SCAs Annual General Meeting 2011


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SCAs Annual General Meeting 2011

  1. 1. Annual General Meeting 2011Jan Johansson, President and CEO Annual General Meeting 2011
  2. 2. SCA GroupA global hygiene products and paper company Net sales SEK 109bn 45,000 employees and sales in more than 100 countries World’s third largest hygiene products company Europe’s largest private forest owner Europe’s second largest packaging company2 Annual General Meeting 2011
  3. 3. SCA Group Sales and EBIT split 2010EBIT split EBIT split Forest Products Sales split Personal Care 25% 29% 15% 22% 27% 36% 16% 30% Packaging Tissue 3 Annual General Meeting 2011
  4. 4. Leading market positions Global and regional Nordic region Incontinence care: 1 Baby diapers: 1North America AFH tissue: 1AFH tissue: 3 Consumer tissue: 2Incontinence care: 3 Europe Tissue: 1 Corrugated board: 2Mexico Baby diapers: 3Incontinence care: 1 Incontinence care: 1Tissue: 2 Privately owned forests: 1Feminine care: 3Baby diapers: 3 Global Incontinence care: 1 Colombia AFH tissue: 3 Australia Incontinence care: 1 Feminine care: 1 Feminine care: 1 Tissue: 1 Incontinence care: 1 Tissue: 2 4 Annual General Meeting 2011
  5. 5. Strategic Priorities Cost reductions in all Efficiency programs in Personal Care SCA Group 5%* business areas of Packaging and Forest Thin baby diaper SEK 1bn Products Personal Care 2%** TENA Ultra thins Emerging markets 10%** Cash flow from Closure/Divestment Strong TENA value current operations: of 18 packaging units assortment Tissue 2%** SEK 7.4bn Emerging markets 6%** Supply chain Tissue excellence and asset Tork Xpressnap Packaging 20%* utilization programs in Café Tissue Europe Tork Performance Forest Products 3%** Tempo ice Restructuring program in Baby diapers in Packaging Europe Trueflo New tissue plant in ZeoCool Mexico Forest Products New Personal Care Increased value plant in Russia added* Adjusted for exchange rate movements, divestments and closures* * Adjusted for exchange rate movements 5 Annual General Meeting 2011
  6. 6. Growth High potential in markets with low penetration Usage of hygiene products Units/capita/year Units/child/year Units/woman/year Kg/capita/yearPenetrationin maturemarketsaround 35% North America Western Europe Eastern Europe Latin America Asia 6 Annual General Meeting 2011
  7. 7. GrowthSCA’s growth markets Latin America Strong SCA positions South East Asia Good market growth Favourable socio-demographics Eastern Europe /Russia Middle East Good market growth Favourable socio-demographics China Incontinence care products7 Annual General Meeting 2011
  8. 8. Increased pace of innovationStrengthens market positions8 Annual General Meeting 2011
  9. 9. Full year 2010 resultsSEKm Change, Change, unless otherwise stated 2010 2009 % %**Net sales 109,142 110,857 -2 5***EBIT* 9,608 9,648 0 4EBIT margin* (%) 8.8 8.7Profit before tax* 8,492 8,004 6 10Earnings per share (SEK) 7.90 6.78 17Cash flow from current operations 7,399 11,490 -36Debt/Equity ratio 0.51 0.60* Excluding restructuring cost** Adjusted for exchange rate movements*** Adjusted for exchange rate movements and divestments9 Annual General Meeting 2011
  10. 10. Net debtAnd debt payment capacity SEKm Net debt decreased SEK 6bn % 36% 40% 33% 35% 33%10 Annual General Meeting 2011
  11. 11. Personal CareSEKm Investment in local production in Russia 25,027 25,716 Acquisition of third largest baby diapers business 2%* in Mexico Restructuring program in baby diapers in Europe GrowthNet sales 2010 2009 TENA has increased market share Incontinence care products in China Feminine care products launched in Malaysia 3,235 2,922** Tampons launched in Sweden and the Netherlands -10%** Extended range of Libero baby care products Emerging market sales increased 10%* InnovationEBIT 2010 2009 TENA Ultra Thins Thin baby diapersEBIT margin 11.7%** 12.6% Strong TENA value assortment* Adjusted for exchange rate movements** Excluding restructuring costs11 Annual General Meeting 2011
  12. 12. Tissue SEKm Investment in new tissue plant in Mexico 39,870 41,425 European brand migration project 2%* Implementation of price increases Growth Tork has gained market share in Europe and North America Net sales 2010 2009 Emerging market sales increased 6%* 3,946 Innovation 3,041 Tork Xpressnap Café Tork Performance -23% Tempo Ice Tempo Kids Tempo toilet tissue EBIT 2010 2009 EBIT margin 7.6% 9.5%* Adjusted for exchange rate movements 12 Annual General Meeting 2011
  13. 13. PackagingSEKm 29,633 28,359 Finalized restructuring program 20%* Annualized savings of slightly more than SEK 1bn Divestment of the Asian packaging operation Annual sales of USD 250mNet sales 2010 2009 Price increases 1,577** Innovation 282%** Trueflo 413** ZeoCoolEBIT 2010 2009EBIT margin 5.3%** 1.5%*** Adjusted for exchange rate movements, divestments and closures** Excluding restructuring costs13 Annual General Meeting 2011
  14. 14. Forest ProductsSEKm 17,123 16,983 Efficiency project at Ortviken paper mill 3%* Creation of Gällö Timber AB Deliveries of FSC certified publication papers increased 35 %Net sales 2010 2009 2,455** 2,503 -2%**EBIT 2010 2009EBIT margin 14.3%** 14.7%* Adjusted for exchange rate movements** Excluding restructuring costs14 Annual General Meeting 2011
  15. 15. Corporate sustainabilityNew business opportunities and reduced cost New business opportunities Increased access to products in emerging markets Incontinence training of 5,000 nurses in China Renewable energy Reduced cost and reduced risk 1,300 energy-efficiency initiatives have reduced cost by SEK 600m New global supplier standard for the hygiene business reduces supply chain risk15 Annual General Meeting 2011
  16. 16. The ForestA valuable asset Europe’s largest private forest owner – FSC certified Annual net growth of 1% Raw material integration and potential for electricity generation Our forests absorb as much carbon dioxide as is discharged from our entire production If the worlds forests were managed the same way as SCA’s that would solve a big part of the climate change problem16 Annual General Meeting 2011
  17. 17. SCA Group Strategic PrioritiesA stronger SCA17 Annual General Meeting 2011
  18. 18. Tack.18 Annual General Meeting 2011