11-Year Financial and Non-Financial Highlights PDF 181KB

11-Year Financial and Non-Financial Highlights
OMRON Corporation and Subsidiaries (As of and for the years ended March 31)
FY2004
Operating Results:
Net sales
Gross profit
Selling, general and administrative expenses (excl. R&D expenses)
Research and development expenses
Operating income (Note 2)
EBITDA (Note 3)
Net income (loss) attributable to shareholders
Cash Flows:
Net cash provided by operating activities
Net cash used in investing activities
Free cash flow (Note 4)
Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities
Financial Position:
Total assets
Cash and cash equivalents
Total interest-bearing liabilities
Total shareholders’
equity
Per Share Data:
Net income (loss) attributable to shareholders (EPS)
Shareholders’equity
Cash dividends (Note 5)
Dividend payout ratio
Financial Indicators:
Gross profit margin
Operating income margin
EBITDA margin
Return on invested capital (ROIC)
Return on equity (ROE)
Ratio of shareholders’
equity to total assets
Total return ratio (Note 6)
Capital expenditures
Depreciation and amortization
Ratio of overseas sales
Non-Financial Data (Note 7) :
Number of employees
Ratio of overseas employees to total employees
Number of patents held (Note 8)
Environmental contribution (ton-CO2) (Note 9)
CO2 emissions of global production sites (ton-CO2) (Note 10)
FY2005
FY2006
FY2007
¥598,727
¥616,002
¥723,866
245,298
248,642
278,241
¥762,985
293,342
141,185
149,274
164,167
176,569
49,441
50,501
52,028
51,520
54,672
60,782
62,046
65,253
83,314
91,607
95,968
101,596
30,176
35,763
38,280
42,383
61,076
51,699
40,539
68,996
(36,050)
(43,020)
(47,075)
(36,681)
25,026
8,679
(6,536)
32,315
(40,684)
(38,320)
(4,697)
(34,481)
585,429
589,061
630,337
617,367
80,619
52,285
42,995
40,624
23,203
2,468
19,988
18,179
305,810
362,937
382,822
368,502
126.5
151.1
165.0
185.9
1,284.8
1,548.1
1,660.7
1,662.3
24.0
30.0
34.0
42.0
19.2%
19.9%
20.6%
22.6%
41.0%
40.4%
38.4%
38.4%
9.1%
9.9%
8.6%
8.6%
13.9%
14.9%
13.3%
13.3%
9.0%
10.1%
9.9%
10.4%
10.4%
10.7%
10.3%
11.3%
52.2%
61.6%
60.7%
59.7%
29.1%
47.8%
49.7%
74.7%
38,579
40,560
44,447
37,072
28,642
30,825
33,922
36,343
39.9%
43.4%
47.3%
52.1%
24,904
27,408
32,456
35,426
58.4%
61.1%
64.9%
65.7%
4,426
4,538
5,206
5,717
Notes: 1. U.S. dollar amounts represent translations of Japanese yen at the approximate exchange rate on March 31, 2015 of ¥120 = U.S.$1.
2. Operating income for fiscal 2005 includes an ¥11,915 million gain recorded on the return of pension assets to the government.
3. EBITDA = Operating income + Depreciation and amortization
4. Free cash flow = Net cash provided by operating activities + Net cash used in investing activities
5. Cash dividends per share represent the amounts applicable to the respective year, including dividends to be paid after the end of the fiscal year.
6. Total return ratio = (Total dividends paid + Amount of shares repurchased) / Net income (loss) attributable to shareholders (does not include repurchases of
less than one trading unit)
7. The non-financial data presented herein was reviewed by Deloitte Tohmatsu Evaluation and Certification Organization Co., Ltd., an independent practitioner.
See page 92 for more information.
Long-Term Management Strategy
Grand Design 2010(GD2010)
FY2001 – FY2003
FY2004 – FY2007
FY2008 – FY2010
1st Stage Establish a Profit Structure
2nd Stage Balance Growth and
Earnings
3rd Stage Achieve a Growth
Structure
Reinforce business foundations through
aggressive investment in growth areas,
including M&A, and cost reduction
Fortify growth businesses (high profitability)
Concentrate on cost structure reform and
restructure the Company as a profit-generating
business
Achievements
• ROE of 10%
• Withdrew from unprofitable business, spun off
Healthcare Business
• Raised the level of corporate governance to the
global standard
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OMRON Corporation
Achievements
• Increased earnings per share from ¥110.7
(FY2003) to ¥185.9 (FY2007)
Revival Stage (February 2009 to March 2011)
Revised 3rd-stage targets due to an abrupt
change in the business environment, implemented cost reductions, and spun off Automotive Electronic Components Business and Social
Systems, Solutions and Service Business
FY2008
FY2009
FY2010
FY2011
FY2012
FY2013
Millions of yen
Thousands of
U.S. dollars (Note 1)
FY2014
FY2014
¥524,694
¥617,825
¥619,461
¥650,461
¥772,966
¥847,252
$7,060,433
218,522
184,342
231,702
227,887
241,507
297,208
332,607
2,771,725
164,284
133,426
142,365
145,662
152,676
181,225
198,103
1,650,858
48,899
37,842
41,300
42,089
43,488
47,928
47,913
399,275
5,339
13,074
48,037
40,136
45,343
68,055
86,591
721,592
38,835
40,088
71,021
62,753
67,795
93,144
114,930
957,750
(29,172)
3,518
26,782
16,389
30,203
46,185
62,170
518.083
31,408
42,759
41,956
31,946
53,058
79,044
77,057
642.142
(40,628)
(18,584)
(20,210)
(26,486)
(28,471)
(31,125)
(39,517)
(329,308)
24,175
21,746
5,460
24,587
47,919
37,540
312,833
(20,358)
3,333
(33,492)
(18,550)
(16,298)
(29,303)
(244,192)
538,280
532,254
562,790
537,323
573,637
654,704
711,011
5,925,092
46,631
51,726
74,735
45,257
55,708
90,251
102,622
855,183
52,970
36,612
45,519
18,774
5,570
488
0
0
298,411
306,327
312,753
320,840
366,962
430,509
489,769
4,081,408
Yen
(132.2)
1,355.4
U.S. dollars (Note 1)
16.0
121.7
74.5
137.2
209.8
283.9
2.37
1,391.4
1,421.0
1,457.5
1,667.0
1,956.1
2,254.4
18.79
0.59
17.0
30.0
28.0
37.0
53.0
71.0
ー
106.4%
24.7%
37.6%
27.0%
25.3%
25.0%
34.8%
35.1%
37.5%
36.8%
37.1%
38.5%
39.3%
0.9%
2.5%
7.8%
6.5%
7.0%
8.8%
10.2%
6.2%
7.6%
11.5%
10.1%
10.4%
12.1%
13.6%
(7.6%)
1.0%
7.8%
4.8%
8.6%
11.3%
13.4%
(8.7%)
1.2%
8.7%
5.2%
8.8%
11.6%
13.5%
55.4%
57.6%
55.6%
59.7%
64.0%
65.8%
68.9%
ー
106.7%
25.2%
37.7%
27.0%
25.3%
49.1%
36,844
19,524
23,192
28,341
28,285
33,653
38,143
317,858
33,496
27,014
22,984
22,617
22,452
25,089
28,339
236,158
49.7%
50.7%
51.4%
52.2%
51.1%
55.4%
60.1%
32,583
36,299
35,684
35,992
35,411
36,842
37,572
63.4%
68.1%
67.8%
67.7%
67.4%
69.1%
69.7%
5,205
5,218
5,452
5,959
6,448
6,635
7,194
216,467
211,364
331,222
671,953
880,561
191,103
183,953
176,055
207,426
223,945
Corporate Value Initiatives
25.0
Where We’
re Headed
(9,220)
21,867
About Omron
¥627,190
Corporate Value Foundation
Financial Section
8. Patent information is as of March 15.
s use of the Omron Group’
s energy-saving, storage, or generation
9. Environmental contribution = Volume of CO2 emissions reduction contributed by society’
products and services.
10. CO2 emissions volumes calculated based on fuel consumption and electricity purchase volumes by the Company.
Operating Income
Omron applies the single step presentation of income under U.S. GAAP (that is, the various levels of income are not presented) in its consolidated statements of income.
For comparison with other companies, operating income is presented as gross profit less selling, general and administrative expenses and research and development expenses.
Discontinued Operations
Figures for FY2006 and prior years have been restated to account for businesses discontinued in FY2007.
Value Generation 2020(VG2020)
FY2011 – FY2013
FY2014 – FY2016
FY2017 – FY2020
GLOBE STAGE
EARTH-1 STAGE
EARTH- 2 STAGE
Establishment of profit and growth
structures on a global basis
Establish self-driven growth structure
Target*1
Net sales
¥ 750.0 billion
Operating income
¥100.0 billion
Gross profit margin
42.0%
Operating income margin
13.3%
ROE
over 15%
Result
¥ 773.0 billion
¥68.1 billion
38.5%
8.8%
11.6%
*1 Target values are those announced at the time of the original
VG2020 announcement (July 2011)
●
FY2016
Targets*2
●
●
●
●
●
Net sales over ¥900 billion
Gross profit margin over 40%
Operating profit margin
over 10%
ROIC approx. 13%
ROE approx. 13%
EPS approx. ¥290
*2 Announced April 2014
●
FY2020
Targets*3
●
Net sales over ¥1 trillion
Operating profit margin15%
*3 Target values are those announced at the time of the
original VG2020 announcement (July 2011)
Integrated Report 2015
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