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commercial metals FactSheet_2008

  1. 1. CORPORATE FACT SHEET CMC OPERATIONS Metal Recycling Facilities Steel Minimills Copper Tube Minimill Steel Fabrication Plants Steel Joist & Deck Plants Heat Treating Plants Founded in 1915, Commercial Metals Company and its subsidiaries recycle, manufacture and Steel Fence Post Manufacturing Plants market steel and metal products and related materials throughout a network of locations Steel Service Centers around the world. CMC is an efficient, high-quality, low-cost producer and is one of the few Construction-Related Product Warehouses steel companies with investment grade public debt ratings. CMC has a high degree of vertical Marketing and Distribution Offices Strategic Investments integration and is organized into five business segments across two geographic responsibilities: INVESTMENT DATA CMC AMERICAS – Americas Recycling, Americas Mills, and Americas Fabrication & Distribution (as of August 31, 2008) CMC INTERNATIONAL – International Mills and International Fabrication & Distribution. NYSE: CMC Shares Outstanding: 113,777,152 INVESTMENT SUMMARY Market Capitalization: $3.0 billion • Focus on cash flow • Solid, consistent growth Annual Dividend Rate: $0.48 • Strong balance sheet • Strong management expertise P/E Ratio: 13.2 • First-class facilities • Global presence Stockholders’ Equity • Vertical integration with product • Performance outpaces peer group Per Share: $14.40 diversification - Investment grade long-term debt 52 Week High/Low: $39.80-$20.85 • Growing demand in end-use markets and commercial paper • Growth in strategic capital facilities and - 31 consecutive profitable years CORPORATE OFFICE product and geographic diversification • Sustainable earnings power COMMERCIAL METALS COMPANY • Core values: pervasive, ethical culture • Quality people 6565 N. MacArthur Blvd. Suite 800 Irving, TX 75039 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Telephone: (214) 689-4300 (dollars in thousands, except per share data) Fax: (214) 689-5886 2008 (Year ended August 31) 2007 2006 For more information contact: Debbie Okle $10,427,378 Net Sales $8,329,016 $7,212,152 Director, Public Relations 231,966 Net Earnings 355,431 356,347 Telephone: (214) 689-4354 1.97 Diluted Earnings Per Share 2.92 2.89 Fax: (214) 689-5886 E-mail: debbie.okle@cmc.com 1,638,383 Stockholders’ Equity 1,548,567 1,220,104 or visit our website at: 4,746,371 Total Assets 3,472,663 2,898,868 http://www.cmc.com
  2. 2. Net Sales (in billions) 10.4 $10.0 8.3 Five Synergistic Businesses Provide Vertical Integration 7.2 8.0 6.3 6.0 4.6 CMC AMERICAS 4.0 2.0 AMERICAS RECYCLING The Americas Recycling segment is one of the largest processors of nonferrous scrap metals and one of the largest 0.0 04 05 06 07 08 regional processors of ferrous scrap metals in the U.S. During fiscal 2008, our domestic recycling plants processed and shipped 3.4 million tons of scrap metal. The recycled metals are sold to steel mills, specialty steel producers, high Americas Recycling temperature alloy manufacturers, foundries, aluminum refineries and mills, copper and brass mills, and other consumers. (tons shipped in millions) 4.0 3.4 3.2 AMERICAS MILLS 3.0 2.8 2.7 3.0 The Americas Mills are comprised of four steel minimills and a copper tube mill. Domestic steel mill capacity of 2.5 million 2.0 tons includes reinforcing bars, angles, channels, beams, special bar quality rounds and flats, squares, light and midsized 1.0 structurals, and special sections. The products are sold to the construction, service center, transportation, steel warehousing, fabrication, energy, petrochemical and original equipment manufacturing industries. The copper tube mill, 0 04 05 06 07 08 with 80 million pounds of capacity, manufactures primarily copper water tube as well as air conditioning line sets and Ferrous refrigeration tubing in straight lengths and coils for use in commercial, industrial and residential construction. Nonferrous AMERICAS FABRICATION & DISTRIBUTION Americas Steel Mills (tons shipped in millions, including billets) The Americas Fabrication & Distribution segment is comprised of rebar and structural fabrication plants, joist and deck 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.4 plants, a castellated and cellular beam fabricator, fence post manufacturing plants, heat treating plants, construction- 2.3 2.3 related product warehouses and a domestic import/export steel division. Domestic steel fabrication capacity exceeds 2.0 2.0 million tons. 1.0 0 04 05 06 07 08 Americas Fabrication Plants (tons shipped in 000’s) 1,726 1,645 1,595 1750 1,342 1,250 1500 CMC INTERNATIONAL 1250 1000 INTERNATIONAL MILLS 750 500 The International Mills segment is comprised of three mills located in Poland and Croatia. The Polish mills, located in 250 Zawiercie, have a capacity of 1.1 million metric tons and are the second largest steel producers in Poland manufacturing 0 primarily rebar, wire rod and merchants. The facility has two melting furnaces, continuous casters, a bar mill, and a wire 04 05 06 07 08 rod mill. The bar mill produces merchant products which include concrete reinforcing bar, rounds, squares, and flats. Rebar Posts Deck Structurals Joists The wire rod mill produces wire rod in drawing and mesh quality. CMCZ sells primarily to fabricators, distributors and construction companies. Principal customers for wire rod are meshmakers, end users and distributors. The mill in Croatia International Steel Mills has an annual capacity of 300,000 metric tons and produces seamless, welded and cold processed pipe. (tons shipped in millions, including billets) 3.0 INTERNATIONAL FABRICATION AND DISTRIBUTION 2.0 This segment is a physical business which markets, distributes and processes primary and secondary metals, steels, ores, 1.5 1.4 1.2 1.1 1.1 concentrates, industrial minerals, ferroalloys, chemicals and industrial products through a global network of marketing 1.0 and distribution offices, processing facilities and other investments and joint ventures. This segment functions as a global marketing channel for metal producers and fabricators, providing technical information and assistance, financing, 0 04 05 06 07 08 transportation and shipping (including chartering of vessels), just-in-time warehousing, processing, storage, insurance, 11/08

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