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Garmin Reports Fourth Quarter Results Highlighting EPS Growth and Revenue Growth in all Segments
02.22.2012
GarminGarmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation, today announced fourth quarter results for the period ended December 31, 2011 delivering EPS growth and revenue growth across all reported segments.

Fourth Quarter 2011 Financial Summary:

  • Total revenue of $910 million, up 9% from $838 million in fourth quarter 2010, with each business segment contributing to growth:
    • Automotive/Mobile segment revenue increased 4% to $579 million
    • Outdoor segment revenue increased 35% to $121 million
    • Fitness segment revenue increased 17% to $95 million
    • Aviation segment revenue increased slightly to $72 million
    • Marine segment revenue increased 16% to $43 million
  • All geographies contributed at or above the levels of the previous year:
    • Americas revenue was $537 million, flat to the prior year
    • EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) revenue was $301 million compared to $235 million, up 28%
    • APAC (Asia Pacific) revenue was $72 million compared to $66 million, up 9%
  • Gross margin increased to 48% compared to 45% in fourth quarter 2010
  • Operating margin was flat at 22% compared to fourth quarter 2010
  • Diluted earnings per share increased 25% to $0.85 from $0.68 in fourth quarter 2010; pro forma earnings per share increased 16% to $0.96 from $0.83 in the same quarter of 2010. (Pro forma earnings per share excludes the impact of foreign currency transaction gains or losses.)
  • Generated $213 million of free cash flow in fourth quarter 2011 for a cash and marketable securities balance of almost $2.5 billion.

Fiscal Year 2011 Financial Summary:

  • Total revenue of $2.76 billion, up 3% from $2.69 billion in 2010
    • Automotive/Mobile segment revenue decreased 5% to $1.59 billion
    • Outdoor segment revenue increased 14% to $363 million
    • Fitness segment revenue increased 24% to $298 million
    • Aviation segment revenue increased 9% to $285 million
    • Marine segment revenue increased 12% to $222 million
  • EMEA and APAC contributed growth while the Americas declined:
    • Americas revenue was $1.53 billion compared to $1.65 billion, down 7%
    • EMEA revenue was $983 million compared to $823 million, up 19%
    • APAC revenue was $248 million compared to $220 million, up 13%
  • Gross margin declined slightly to 49% compared to 50% in 2010
  • Operating margin declined to 20% from 24% in 2010
  • Effective normalized tax rate (excluding one‐time tax adjustments) decreased to 10.8% in 2011 compared to 15.8% in 2010
  • Diluted earnings per share decreased 9% to $2.67 from $2.95 in fiscal year 2010 when a one‐time tax adjustment added $0.50; pro forma EPS decreased 4% to $2.73 from $2.83 in fiscal year 2010. (Pro forma earnings per share excludes the impact of foreign currency transaction gains or losses and one‐time tax adjustments.)
  • Generated over $784 million of free cash flow in 2011.
Note: In accordance with GAAP, the Company is deferring significant revenue and the related costs associated with high margin sales of certain products bundled with content and services over their economic lives. In the fourth quarter of 2011, the Company deferred, net of amortization of previous deferrals, $72 million of revenue, $15 million of costs, and approximately $0.26 of diluted EPS, net of taxes, into future years. For the full year, the Company deferred, net of amortization of previous deferrals, $179 million of revenue, $36 million of costs, and approximately $0.66 of diluted EPS, net of taxes, into future years. A table outlining the impact of this net deferral in both 2011 and 2010 is included for reference. Results have not been adjusted unless specifically stated as such.

Business highlights:

  • Achieved full year revenue growth in outdoor, fitness, marine and aviation offsetting declines in auto/mobile. These growth segments generated 71% of the total operating income in 2011.
  • Sold almost 16 million units in 2011 with unit growth in outdoor, fitness, marine and automotive OEM nearly offsetting declines in personal navigation devices (PND).
  • Continued to be the world‐wide PND market share leader with market share gains globally.
  • Received the J.D. Power and Associates award for Highest Customer Satisfaction with Factory‐Installed Navigation in our first year of eligibility for the 2011 Dodge Charger. The Garmin solution for the Chrysler 300 was ranked third.
  • Announced the Approach® G6 golf handheld to further enhance our growing position in the golf market. It joins the successful Approach S1, which gained market share in the holiday selling season.
  • Introduced the nüvi® 3500 series in the Prestige line. These 5‐inch devices are ultra‐thin and loaded with the most premium capabilities including: high resolution color display with capacitive touch, digital 3D traffic and photoReal junction view.
  • Supported the successful first flight of the Cessna Citation Ten with the Garmin G5000 cockpit.

Executive overview from Dr. Min Kao, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer:
“Entering 2011, we forecasted $2.5 billion of revenue and $2.50 of EPS. I am pleased to say that we far exceeded those targets through a combination of solid execution by our associates and successful
acquisitions that further diversify our company in both products and geographies,” said Dr. Min Kao, chairman and chief executive officer of Garmin Ltd. “The business generated free cash flow of $784 million. We returned $311 million to shareholders through our quarterly dividend and used an additional $54 million to fund acquisitions. We will continue to use both of these strategies to grow long‐term shareholder value.

The automotive/mobile segment revenues increased 4% on a year‐over‐year basis in the fourth quarter as PND unit declines were offset by improved pricing related to mix and growth in mobile applications and auto OEM. The improvement in our overall average selling price (ASP) for the fourth quarter is due to an increase in the popularity of our bundled product offerings, offset by decreases in the ASP of comparable models from the prior year. While the PND market size continued to decline in 2011, we emerge from the year with increased market share, stabilizing ASPs and strong profitability. In 2012, we will continue to focus on gaining market share and improved profitability. We are extremely excited that Garmin was recognized by J.D. Power and Associates for Highest Customer Satisfaction with Factory‐Installed Navigation on the 2011 Dodge Charger. This is validation for our ongoing investment and serves as a selling point as we work with future OEM partners on next‐generation solutions.

The outdoor segment posted revenue growth of 35% in the fourth quarter as supply constraints that affected results in the third quarter were resolved and our broad portfolio of products saw strong holiday demand. Some of our best sellers included our Approach S1, the Montana™ series, the eTrex® series and the Astro® series. Each of these product lines serves a diverse niche market which has allowed us to continue to grow. We believe this will be true again in 2012 as we fully integrate Tri‐Tronics dog training capabilities and grow share in the golf market with further innovation.

The fitness segment posted revenue growth of 17% in the quarter and full‐year growth of 24%. Growth in the segment fell slightly short of our expectations as we were unable to ship the Forerunner® 910XT in time for the holiday season. The good news is that we are now filling back orders and customer feedback on the product has been extremely positive. We expect 2012 to be another exciting year for the segment as we launch the Vector™ power meter and other unique offerings that we believe will continue to drive our growth in this segment.

Aviation segment revenues were up only slightly in the fourth quarter as sales were reduced in the 2011 quarter due to OEM program contributions. For the full year, revenues improved by 9% and the segment contributed $72 million of operating income. In light of the ongoing economic conditions affecting the general aviation industry, we are pleased with our revenue growth and plan to build on it in 2012. Our focus will be expanding our presence in the Part 25 business jet market, while also winning new helicopter business with the recently introduced G5000H. The G5000H was already named as the avionics for the upcoming Bell Relentless helicopter.

The marine segment posted fourth quarter and full year revenue growth of 16% and 12%, respectively, exceeding our expectations. The marine industry, like aviation, has been slow to recover but Garmin has continually gained market share, allowing us to post our strongest ever revenues in 2011. We have invested heavily in our marine segment this year with increased research and development and the build‐out of additional support infrastructure to serve our growing base of OEM customers. This strategy is working, as we announced the addition of Teleflex and Viking as OEM partners at the recent Miami Boat Show. We expect growth to continue in 2012 as we deliver further innovation and utility to the recreational marine market.”
 
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