New York Analyst Meeting Presentation

352 views

Published on

Published in: Economy & Finance
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
352
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
4
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

New York Analyst Meeting Presentation

  1. 1. Forward-Looking Statement
  2. 2. To Reach Our Goal
  3. 3. Signs of Progress
  4. 4. Financial Philosophy
  5. 5. Capital Structure Targets
  6. 6. Key Focus Areas
  7. 7. Capturing Willamette Synergies
  8. 8. Operating Income as Reported
  9. 9. Net Cash Flow from Operations
  10. 10. Goal: To Be a Global Leader
  11. 11. Agenda
  12. 12. Chief Operating Officer Role
  13. 13. Capital Spending
  14. 14. Capital Spending (cont.)
  15. 15. Changes in Capital Spending
  16. 16. Timberlands Portfolio
  17. 17. Timberlands Harvest
  18. 18. Timberlands Cash Flow
  19. 19. Saw Timber Self-Sufficiency
  20. 20. Portfolio Management
  21. 21. Unit Value Increases as Tree Ages
  22. 22. Current Status
  23. 23. Summary
  24. 24. Profitable Regardless of the Market
  25. 25. Couple Best Manufacturing to Fee Timber
  26. 26. Couple Best Manufacturing to Fee Timber
  27. 27. Asset Rationalization
  28. 28. Leverage World-Class Technology
  29. 29. Leverage World-Class Technology
  30. 30. Leverage World-Class Technology
  31. 31. Leverage World-Class Technology
  32. 32. Build on a Strong Market Presence
  33. 33. Build on a Strong Market Presence
  34. 34. Build on a Strong Market Presence
  35. 35. Build on a Strong Market Presence
  36. 36. Top 10 Market Pulp Producers Worldwide
  37. 37. Forest Regions and Mill Locations
  38. 38. Weyerhaeuser Has a Larger Share of More Stable N.A. Pulp Markets
  39. 39. Product Mix Heavily Weighted Toward Fluff Production Compared to the Industry
  40. 40. Weyerhaeuser Market Pulp Products
  41. 41. Uncoated Freesheet (UCFS) Mills
  42. 42. N.A. UCFS Capacity and Share
  43. 43. N.A. USFS 2003 Paper Machine Width and Age
  44. 44. Capacity Rationalization
  45. 45. UCFS Competitive Advantage
  46. 46. Gaining Synergies
  47. 47. Uncoated Freesheet Segments
  48. 48. Summary
  49. 49. Containerboard Packaging & Recycling U.S. Leader in Industry
  50. 50. Containerboard Packaging Overview
  51. 51. Containerboard
  52. 52. U.S. Containerboard Market Position
  53. 53. Packaging
  54. 54. U.S. Box Market Position
  55. 55. Recycling
  56. 56. Optimize Mills to Drive Costs Down
  57. 57. Reduce Costs
  58. 58. System Weighted Average Cash Operating Costs
  59. 59. Low Capital Requirements
  60. 60. Paper Machine Age Class
  61. 61. Packaging is a Low-Cost System
  62. 62. The Future
  63. 63. Grow the Packaging Business
  64. 64. Retail Trends
  65. 65. Retailers
  66. 66. Develop Retail
  67. 67. Summary
  68. 68. Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company
  69. 69. Weyerhaeuser Real Estate and Related Activities
  70. 70. Real Estate Performance Has Improved
  71. 71. WRECO 2002 Rankings
  72. 72. Who We Are
  73. 73. National Housing Market Expected to Remain Strong
  74. 74. Large Builders Continue to Gain Market Share
  75. 75. Summary
  76. 76. Weyerhaeuser Today

×