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Fletcher Building Limited (FBU)
is a publicly listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).


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General Overview

About Fletcher Building Limited

Fletcher Building businesses manufacture and distribute market-leading building and construction materials across the globe. Their subsidiaries, Fletcher Construction and Fletcher Residential, are New Zealand's leading general contractor and residential home builder respectively.

Headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand, the products they produce span the building and construction life-cycle - from the sand and aggregates their extract and distribute in both New Zealand and Australia to the cement and concrete they produce in New Zealand and the decorative laminate surfaces manufactured by their Formica business across Europe, Asia, and North America.

Across all of their operations they strive for excellence in efficiency, innovation, health & safety and environmental performance. Sustainability is a defining factor in everything they do.

Since 2001 they have been dual-listed on both the New Zealand Stock Exchange (NZX) and the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) under the ticker code FBU.

Vision

Since 1909 they have been all about building a great company. While the world, their customers and their roles change, one thing is set in stone: they always build better, together.

That’s how their company was built: one partner, team, business, and community at a time, and that’s what makes us different. They are more powerful together, because together we offer so much more.

Values

Be Bold

Boldness is an important value to enhance their ability to innovate and take calculated risks to drive a growing business for their shareholders, customers, communities and employees.

Play Fair

Playing fair is being honest and respectful in your relationships with fellow employees, customers and the community.

Better Every Day

Better every day is about seizing opportunities to improve regardless of how big or small they may seem.

Customer Leading

Without customers and clients, they don’t have a business – it’s as simple as that. Customer leading is not just about being customer-focused, it’s about being ahead of the game for their customers, every single day.

History

Fletcher Holdings Ltd. had its beginnings in 1908, when James Fletcher, a young carpenter, arrived in Dunedin from Scotland with twelve pounds in capital. In 1909 he and a partner won a contract to construct a house outside Dunedin. Two brothers then joined James, and with persistence and determination they developed a construction company and The Fletcher Construction Company was established. The company built many of New Zealand’s public and private buildings ­ railway stations, universities, hospitals, banks and office blocks. The company expanded and bought businesses that supplied building materials, such as timber, marble, brick and concrete works, and employed hundreds of people in associated trades.

In 1940 Fletcher Holdings Ltd was established with Fletcher Construction Co Ltd a fully owned subsidiary. Other major companies in the group were the Residential Construction Company Ltd (responsible for state housing contracts); The Fletcher Trust and Investment Co Ltd, Te Puke Sawmills, Atiamuri Timber Co Ltd, Vulcan Steel Construction Company Ltd and Wellington Structural and Reinforcing Steel Co Ltd. Pabco Products (NZ) Ltd had been formed to manufacture doors, but was not yet in production, nor was NZ Plywood Ltd. The Dominion Sales Corporation was formed to handle business generated by other Fletcher companies.

In 1942, James C. Fletcher (now Sir James Fletcher) became Managing Director of Fletcher Holdings.

The company was involved in many new industries in New Zealand, including particle board, readymix concrete, linseed and rapeseed oil extraction, long-run roofing, wire-drawing and galvanizing. Fletcher Holdings was involved in the establishment of New Zealand's first major steel mill, Pacific Steel, which was opened in 1962 and in the Tasman Pulp & Paper Company.

The story of the Tasman Pulp and Paper Company Limited begins during the early 1920s when the vast Kaingaroa Forest was planted in central North Island. By the mid 1930s Kaingaroa was the largest man-made forest in the world and in 1952 the Tasman Pulp and Paper Company Limited was formed to make good use of this growing resource. Shares were held by the Crown, Fletcher Trust and Investment Limited and the public.

The mill was commissioned three years later, producing newsprint and market craft pulp for sale in New Zealand and overseas. A series of major expansions during the next two decades saw the company become the largest exporters of manufactured goods.

In 1979 the Government decided to sell its shares in the company and by 1980, Fletcher Holdings owned 56.46 percent and Challenge Corporation 28.23 percent of Tasman Pulp and Paper.

About Environment

Commitments and Principles
  • Reduce CO2 emissions - They aim to reduce CO2 emissions from their operations by 10% between 2012 and 2020.
  • Reduce waste and recycle - They will reduce their waste to landfill and ensure products can be reused or recycled at end-of-life.
  • Sustainable extraction of resources - They will ensure all products use raw materials from verified resources where these are available.
  • Reduce energy use - They will reduce the energy required to produce and supply FB products. Maximise fuel-switching and pursue innovative alternative fuels and technologies.
  • Water Stewardship - They will actively manage waste to use less fresh water and to maximise recycling. Improve water efficiency and minimise water impacts in land management and operations.
  • Develop sustainable Solutions - They will provide innovative, practical, system solutions to enable buildings and infrastructure to be sustainable. Influence and support industry education on sustainable construction practices, design principles and measures.

Their businesses are each required to develop and implement an annual sustainability plan. This plan must include a detailed overview of their recent environmental progress, outline initiatives to reduce CO2 emissions, and also document waste reduction plans which take into account minimising resource use.


Subsidaries

Firth

Firth is the largest and only national manufacturer offering New Zealanders a complete range of concrete products, systems and solutions. The Firth brand is one of New Zealand's best known, most trusted and most enduring trade names. A brand that is synonymous with concrete innovation, leadership, consistent product quality, and superior customer service.

This brand reputation for high standards - reflecting their commitment to excellence - has been hard-earned by generations of Firth people who, over the last eighty years, have reliably serviced the needs of the New Zealand construction market by taking every opportunity to meet and exceed their customers' expectations.

Firth has a team of about 650 people, working in more than 65 plant sites throughout New Zealand, delivering a complete range of concrete products, systems and solutions to customers throughout the country.

Dimond

Dimond is New Zealand's largest manufacturer of steel roofing, cladding, structural and rainwater goods. They produce an extensive range of products in each of these categories which give them the ability to provide the product that is right for you. For over forty years Dimond has been the industry leader in innovation, product development, technical backup and distribution excellence.

The Dimond team is comprised of around 160 dedicated staff spread throughout 10 sales centres. The spread of outlets from Whangarei to Dunedin ensures that their products and support are readily available to serve the needs of their residential, commercial, rural and industrial clients alike. Furthermore, as part of Fletcher Building, you can rest assured Dimond will always strive to improve their offer to you and continue to provide New Zealanders with quality products and service for many years to come.

Humes Pipeline Systems

Humes Pipeline Systems and its sister company Oasis Clearwater Systems are divisions of Fletcher Building, a New Zealand based group of businesses operating in, and supplying to, the building and construction industry. Today, Humes Pipeline Systems is bigger and more successful than ever, operating 8 manufacturing operations and 22 sales centres throughout New Zealand.

Founded in 1923 by pioneering industrialist Walter Hume, Humes is a company that has been built on the principals of innovation, manufacturing expertise, quality and building a team of capable people who are proud to serve their customers across all markets they participate in.

Taurean Door Systems

Taurean Door Systems is part of Fletcher Building Group, one of the largest building product groups in Australasia. The six divisions and more than fifty businesses of the Fletcher group deliver building products, construction materials and services across Australasia, Asia, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and the South Pacific.

Taurean Door Systems are committed to providing the best quality Australian made roller doors, garage doors, panel doors, sectional doors, insulated panel doors, automatic door operators, for domestic applications. Roller shutters, springless shutters, industrial shutters, warehouse shutters and industrial automation for commercial applications. Taurean Door Systems are available across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Hobart and Perth, as well as all major Australian towns and cities.

Golden Bay Cement

Golden Bay Cement is New Zealand's largest cement manufacturer and supplier. With a full suite of cement products tailored to New Zealand conditions and backed by a proven history, Golden Bay Cement has a real commitment to the future of the New Zealand Construction Industry and the future built environment.

Their manufacturing plant is situated in Portland, 10kms south of Whangarei and their main support office is located in Central Auckland. They have seven service centres located around NZ, in Auckland, Tauranga, Napier, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Wellington and Picton.

Golden Bay Cement employs a team of 200 people throughout New Zealand to deliver a complete range of cement products, technical expertise and proactive support to customers around the country.

Atlantic Civil Products

Atlantic Civil Products is a business that develops, designs, manufactures and supplies value-engineered infrastructure solutions for the mining, transportation, development and forestry sectors. Major product categories include structural plate, retaining wall systems, corrugated pipe systems and modular steel bridges. They are third party certified to ISO 9001-2008.

Their head office is in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. They have regional sales offices and both fixed and mobile manufacturing facilities that operate across Australia. They ship their products across Australia, South East Asia and to the Pacific Islands.

Rocla Pipeline

Rocla Pty Ltd is a leading Australian supplier of concrete solutions to the building and construction industry. Rocla has been a part of New Zealand’s Fletcher Building group since March 2005.

Rocla provides a uniquely comprehensive range of innovative engineered solutions for stormwater piping, pits, headwalls and Box Culverts, sewerage piping and access systems, irrigation, stormwater detention and treatment, rainwater harvesting, water storage, bridging and earth retention, as well as concrete poles, building columns, boardwalks and railway sleepers.

With strong capabilities in product design and development, Rocla can supply standard products, as well as value-added solutions to meet specific customer needs. All products are designed for strength and durability – the hallmarks of the Rocla ® brand.

Rocla Quarries

Rocla Quarry Products produces a range of products including specified sands for concrete, mortar, plaster, fill and specialised dried sands for glass manufacture, used in foundaries, sports surfaces and other manufacturing uses.Since the early 1960s, Rocla Quarry Products has been a national supplier of building and construction sands. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fletcher Building, a global construction company.

Decra Roofing Systems

With Decra the strength and durability of a stone coated steel roof is combined with the versatile good looks of a tile, shake or shingle exterior. A DECRA Roofing System is durable and offers richness and beauty to enhance your home’s appearance. With a proven commitment to quality and performance, DECRA Roofing Systems has over fifty years of experience manufacturing and marketing stone coated steel roofing systems.

In 2008, DECRA became registered to OHSAS 18001. This registration exemplifies DECRA’s commitment to the safety of their employees, visitors, and vendors. OHSAS 18001 goes beyond all federal and state regulations. It requires detailed, company specific, policies, procedures, work instructions, employee training, measurements, recordkeeping, and continuous improvement. It is DECRA’s belief that commitment to this registration will enhance the ability to minimize exposure to health and safety risks.

PlaceMakers

PlaceMakers is the trading name of Fletcher Distribution Limited, the retail trading arm of Fletcher Building Limited in New Zealand.

PlaceMakers is New Zealand's leading and largest supplier of building materials and hardware. They are 100% committed to their customers. Their employ over 2,100 people and assist over 300,000 customers. They have 58 stores, from Kaitaia to Invercargill. They sell over 74,000 product lines from concrete to paint and plasterboard. They manufacture frames and trusses from 12 manufacturing plants nationwide.

Partnership is a major theme in their business. Each PlaceMakers store is a joint venture between a local business partner (Joint Venture Partner) and Fletcher Distribution Limited.

Winstone Aggregates

Good people who know how to communicate and can deliver solutions are central to the way they do business. They understand what’s important to their customers and match those needs to their business capabilities. For example, they are the only New Zealand aggregate company to have a dedicated Customer Technical Support Team.

As a long-standing company based on solid values, they know there’s merit in looking back, yet success is also about looking forward. As leaders in their field, they are not too proud to learn. In the same way that their founders traveled to England, Europe and the US in 1912 to find a better way to make cement, so today’s managers attend conferences and make site visits around the world to research the latest trends and methods. They are proud to be Kiwi but this global outlook helps them stay at the forefront of world-class standards in surveying, site development and processing natural resources.

Iplex Pipelines

Iplex manufactures and supplies pipelines systems from 15 mm to 2000 mm in diameter for a wide range of applications including water supply, sewerage, plumbing, gas, stormwater, irrigation, telecommunications, electrical, mining and industria.

At Iplex Pipelines their people, with their 'can do' attitude, are committed to identifying the most efficient and effective ways to meet all of their customer's needs. They are the largest Australian owned and operated pipe and fittings manufacturing businesses in Australia with manufacturing and distribution capabilities in all States as well as New Zealand.

Crane Copper Tube

Crane Copper Tube is committed to being an excellent supplier of quality products through on-going improvements in systems, processes, technology and equipment. The company's success has been a result of being at the forefront in these areas and Crane Copper Tube strives to maintain that edge. End users can have total confidence in the performance of Crane Copper Tube products.

Fletcher Window & Door Systems

When it comes to windows and doors, the age old kiwi adage of “she'll be right” doesn’t sit as well as it used to. New Zealanders expect innovative robust, durable window and door systems capable of withstanding this country’s harshest conditions but maintaining a practical yet functional aesthetic. Luckily we’ve had over 50 years to listen, learn and design windows and doors that quite simply do all of the above.

From the original Ranchslider® to the revolutionary Eurostacker® They have given kiwis what they want. They are so passionate about providing windows and doors for the way you want to live - they like to think “Your home is our home”.

Pink® Batts®

Pink® Batts® insulation is made by Tasman Insulation New Zealand, the country’s foremost manufacturer and supplier of insulation products. Their business is insulation, whether it is for residential homes, commercial buildings or industrial complexes. Their best-known brands include Pink® Batts® insulation and Sisalation® building foils and underlays.

Within New Zealand, their products are sold through the major building supply companies such as Carters, ITM, Mitre 10, PlaceMakers and other outlets including specialist insulation companies such as Forman Building Systems.

GIB®

Winstone Wallboards Ltd is New Zealand's largest manufacturer and marketer of gypsum plasterboard, drywall systems, associated products and services. The company has been operating since 1927 and manufactures plasterboard systems under the GIB® brand name. Winstone Wallboards Ltd, who have facilities in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, is part of the Building Products Division of Fletcher Building - a New Zealand based international company.

The GIB® brand is a New Zealand icon brand and Winstone Wallboards has a proud heritage of being a New Zealand focused and New Zealand based company. Production of plasterboard started in New Zealand in 1927 and with it began the change from construction with scrim to plasterboard lined walls. Ever since regular innovations in the wall and ceiling market have kept Winstone Wallboards at the forefront of New Zealand building supply companies.

Laminex Australia

Laminex® Australia (a division of Laminex Group Pty Limited ABN 98 004 093 092) is the leading marketer, distributor and manufacturer of premium decorative surfaces in Australia. They have a strong portfolio of brands including Formica® and essastone®, as well as Laminex, which is Australasia’s leading brand for decorative surfaces.

The company also produces raw wood panels, a vital product for decorative surfaces, and facilitates the distribution of both premium and trade products to customers. In addition, they supply a growing selection of components including doors, kits, and handle options, to complement their core range and provide further opportunities for development.

After successfully driving the integration of the decorative surfaces and wood panels industry, Laminex Australia is well positioned as the market leader, with extraordinary potential for innovation and growth.

Fletcher Reinforcing

Fletcher Reinforcing carries stock of steel reinforcing material, cuts and bends rebar, produces cutting and bending schedules from construction drawings, and performs on site placement. Other related products and services such as Ancon coupling systems, galvanised Reid bar, support chairs, and building film are also supplied to customers.

Fletcher Reinforcing supplies the reinforcing steel and reinforcing mesh that provides greater strength to concrete foundations and structures. The company’s reinforcing fabrication service is available from its branch network to construction sites, precasters, piling contractors, and builders throughout New Zealand. Fletcher Reinforcing carries stock of steel reinforcing material, cuts and bends rebar, produces cutting and bending schedules from construction drawings, and performs on site placement. Other related products and services such as Ancon coupling systems, galvanised Reid bar, support chairs, and building film are also supplied to customers.

Easysteel

Over the past 80 years of service, Easysteel has developed a reputation for excellence in worldwide product sourcing, inventory management, bulk materials handling, storage and distribution. Easysteel service centers are geared to meet the requirements of the construction, engineering, natural resources and manufacturing industries.

Easysteel has developed a reputation for excellence in worldwide product sourcing, inventory management, bulk materials handling, storage and distribution. Spanning the construction, engineering, natural resources and manufacturing industries, the product offering is supported nationwide, by a dedicated team of qualified metallurgists, technical product specialists and professional logistics providers.


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  Gross Margin Net Profit Margin % Operating Margin Pre Tax Margin Free Operating Cash Flow/Revenue
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Risk Ratio Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Coverage LT Debt/Equity Total Debt/Total equity
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Management Effectiveness Ratios

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Return on Average Assets EBITD Equity Investment
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Employees Net Income Revenue
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Growth Ratios

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CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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5 Year Interim CAGR - {{ratios.Growth.Ebitda_TTMY5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Forecast Ratios

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ProjEPS ProjEPSHigh ProjEPSLow ProjEPSNumOfEst ProjEPSQ
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ProjEPSQH ProjEPSQL ProjEPSQNumOfEst ProjPE ProjLTGrowthRate
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TargetPrice EPSActual EPSPrev EPSSurprise EPSSurprisePrc
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ProjDPS ProjDPSH ProjDPSL ProjDPSNumOfEst
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Financial Reports

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Accounting Notes
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Recommendation Statistics

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Recommendation Statistics
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I/B/E/S Mean
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  • Hold
  • Buy
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Past Broker Recommendations

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Past Broker Recommendations
  Strong Buy Buy Hold Underperform Sell Total
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Target Price

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Contact Info

Fletcher Building Limited

810 Great South Road
Penrose, AUK
New Zealand, 1061

Phone: +64 9 525 9000
Fax: +64 9 488 8787
Website: http://www.fletcherbuilding.com

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