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James Hardie Industries Plc (JHX)
is a publicly listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).


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General Overview

About James Hardie Industries Plc

James Hardie is a world leader in manufacturing fibre cement siding and backerboard. Their current primary geographic markets include the United States ("US"), Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Europe and Canada.

Their fibre cement products are used in a number of markets, including new residential construction, manufactured housing, repair and remodelling and a variety of commercial and industrial applications.

They manufacture numerous types of fibre cement products with a variety of patterned profiles and surface finishes for a range of applications, including external siding and soffit lining, internal linings, facades and floor and tile underlay.

James Hardie employ approximately 3,100 people and generated net sales of US$1.5 billion in fiscal year 2014.

History

The predecessor to the current James Hardie company was established more than 120 years ago, in 1888, when James Hardie emigrated from Scotland to Melbourne, Australia, and established an import business. The second major figure in the company's origins, Andrew Reid, arrived in Melbourne in March 1892 and joined James Hardie's business, becoming a full partner in 1895.

A publicly-owned company, later known as James Hardie Industries Ltd (JHIL), was listed on the stock exchange in 1951. In the following years, the company built up a diverse portfolio of building and industrial products businesses including a wide range of asbestos-based products.

In the mid 1980s, James Hardie pioneered the development of asbestos-free fibre cement technology, and began designing and manufacturing a wide range of fibre cement building products that made use of the benefits that came from the products' durability, versatility and strength.

Using the technical and manufacturing expertise it developed in Australia, James Hardie expanded its operations, in particular to the US, to become a leading, specialised manufacturer of a wide range of fibre cement building materials.

The growth in James Hardie's US earnings and future opportunities by the late 1990s resulted in a number of significant structural issues, primarily related to financial inefficiencies for James Hardie and its existing, predominantly Australian, shareholders.

In order to maintain dividends and to fund other obligations in Australia, it would have been necessary to repatriate US-sourced profits to Australia. This would have resulted in significant US withholding taxes being incurred, lowering the after-tax earnings of JHIL and hence limiting distributions to shareholders. This would have reduced the value captured from the continuing growth of the businesses of the US companies within the James Hardie Group.

Therefore in August 2001, James Hardie undertook a corporate restructuring to establish a new Dutch holding company, James Hardie Industries NV (JHI NV). The new structure was designed to position the company for further international growth, and generate higher returns for shareholders than were possible under the previous structure. JHI NV became a resident of The Netherlands for the purposes of the US-Netherlands tax treaty.

In 2004, the US/Netherlands tax treaty was amended to provide, among other things, new requirements, including a substantial presence test, which the company must meet to continue to qualify for treaty benefits. The amended treaty became effective for the company on 1 February 2006. Although during fiscal year 2006, the company made significant changes to its organisational and operational structure to satisfy the requirements of the amended treaty the domicile structure became increasingly difficult.

In particular, the requirement to have management located in The Netherlands and a continuing significant risk of, potentially costly, disputes with the IRS that could involve annual penalties of up to US$50 million meant that The Netherlands was no longer appropriate for James Hardie.

The Board considered many alternatives, including re-domiciling either to the US or to Australia. In the end, however, the specific provisions of Dutch corporate law for such transactions – and in particular the requirement for an acceptance threshold of 95 per cent of the entire issued share capital of the company – were thought to be both practically impossible and overly complicated.

Dutch law does allow movement of domicile within the European Union subject to the more realistic hurdle of achieving shareholder support from 75 per cent of the votes cast. After much review, this is the route pursued.

The Board then conducted a review of European EU countries before proposing to move the company's domicile to Ireland. Ireland provides many benefits including having a stable political environment, a robust legal and taxation regime, and a well-educated workforce.

In 2009, James Hardie put forward to shareholders a two-stage proposal (the Proposal) to transform James Hardie into a Societas Europaea company (SE) (Stage 1), and move its corporate domicile from The Netherlands to Ireland (Stage 2).

James Hardie shareholders approved Stage 1 of the Proposal in August 2009, with over 99% of votes cast at an Extraordinary General Meeting being in favour of the resolution. In February 2010, James Hardie Industries SE announced that it had finalised the first stage of the Proposal and, as a result, had transformed from a Dutch NV company to a Dutch SE named James Hardie Industries SE (JHI SE).

The company completed Stage 1 of the re-domicile Proposal on 19 February 2010 and transformed from a Dutch NV company to a Dutch SE company. On 2 June 2010, shareholders approved Stage 2 of the Proposal, with 99.59% of votes cast in favour of the resolution.

Following this vote, on 17 June 2010, the company moved its corporate domicile to Ireland and became subject to Irish law, in addition to the Council of the European Union's Regulation on the Statute for a European Company regulations governing an SE. The Board of Directors of James Hardie Industries SE held its first meeting in Ireland on 29 June 2010.

This represented the final step in the company's transfer from The Netherlands to Ireland.

Sustainability

Manufacturing

James Hardie recognises the importance of sustainable manufacturing practices. Recycling materials that can be re-used in the manufacturing process is a key aspect of improving their manufacturing efficiency and the company has made significant progress in reducing the amount of materials sent to landfill. Their Zero to Landfill initiative is one of the scorecard measures that the Board uses to determine the performance of senior executives under the company's Long Term Incentive Plan.

James Hardie's commitment to sustainable manufacturing practices extends to innovative product design, sustainable construction and support for sustainable communities. Increasingly customers are looking for energy management and savings as well as third party certification of products. Their approach to product innovation is centred on products that have an extended lifespan, require little maintenance and are approved for use in and contribute towards the certification of energy efficient buildings.

In the United States their Peru (Illinois) and Pulaski (Virginia) manufacturing facilities are ISO 14001 certified. ISO 14001 is a voluntary certification issued by a third party certified auditor attesting that they have established the environmental management best practices as documented in the ISO 14001 requirements framework. These best practices include a standardised approach to environmental training, internal auditing, record keeping and documentation, as well as continuous improvement processes from a resource conservation and energy reduction perspective.

Their Australian plants are registered under the National Energy Efficient Opportunities Program. Energy usage is assessed against production output to monitor and ultimately improve energy usage efficiency at each manufacturing facility. The quantity and cause of reject product is also analysed, with a focus on waste reduction in order to conserve energy that would be used to make off-spec product.

Products

While reducing the environmental impact of product manufacturing is critical, sustainable construction involves far more than that. James Hardie believes that sustainable construction involves selecting products that are low in embodied energy (the sum of all energy to manufacture the product in a timber-framed brick veneer wall is about two and a half times greater than the sum of all energy to manufacture the product in a similar-sized timber framed fibre cement clad wall). However, sustainable construction also involves products that:

  • Are low maintenance and extremely durable;
  • Can be put up quickly with few trades;
  • Require lighter building frames which are typically lower in embodied energy themselves (a timber-framed and elevated floor has less than half the embodied energy of a concrete slab) and have less impact on the topology and vegetation of a site;
  • Can be easily used to create energy efficient buildings in any climate; and
  • Don't emit volatile organic compounds or provide a haven for mould.

In the United States the use of James Hardie products contributes points towards a LEED certification as well as the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) – National Green Building Standard. Factors contributing to the points awarded to James Hardie products include their local manufacturing facilities, which reduce the environmental impact of transporting material, the low toxicity of the raw materials, and the longer-lasting nature of the products, which reduces maintenance and repair costs.

The NAHB program also recognises the benefits of ColorPlus® technology for removing the need to apply the finishing on site. James Hardie interior and exterior building products are certified with two independent agencies for their sustainable attributes, Home Innovation Research Labs NGBS Green Certified and UL Environment GREENGUARD Certification.

In Australia James Hardie products contribute towards the Green Building Council's Green Star credit points.

The durability and longevity of their products sets them apart from alternative materials allowing James Hardie products to be specified on sustainable building projects throughout the United States and Australia.

Communities

James Hardie believes in giving back to their communities in all of their locations, with a particular focus in and around the areas where they have a manufacturing and operating presence.

In the United States, they support and participate in community welfare programs such as Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together/Heros at Home by donating products and volunteering. We also support Habitat for Humanity in New Zealand.


Products

Products

James Hardie pioneered the successful development of cellulose reinforced fibre cement and, since the 1980s, has progressively introduced products developed as a result of its proprietary product formulation and process technology.

The introduction of differentiated products is one of the core components of their global business strategy. This product differentiation strategy is supported by their significant investment in research and development activities. In fiscal year 2014, James Hardie Industries spent US$35.3 million, or approximately 2.4% of total net sales, in research and development activities.

By targeting specific performance attributes, they can continue to deliver superior performance,low-maintenance, noncombustible fibre cement products. In the United States, their latest generation of technologically advanced products – the HardieZone™ System – has been created specifically for two climate conditions: HZ5 for freezing wet climates and HZ10 for climates with a combination of hot, humid or high moisture conditions.

These Engineered for Climate Products™ are the seventh generation of James Hardie siding products innovation. They started by developing a fibre cement substrate that offered superior exterior protection over wood and stucco, and have made additional improvements designed to further improve product performance and enhance aesthetic qualities in design and colour.

The James Hardie ColorPlus® technology finish also represents a breakthrough. James Hardie siding products with ColorPlus technology combine advanced fibre cement and baked-on pigment using paint especially formulated for James Hardie siding. The end result is a durable, low-maintenance long-lasting and fade resistant finish.

In Australia, James Hardie customers can take advantage of the lightweight cement composite Scyon™ product range, with recent new products including Scyon Stria™ cladding, a wide cladding board with a horizontal joint that has the classic appeal of decorative render, and Scyon Secura™ external flooring, a fast and simple-to install external structural flooring substrate or ceramic tile finishes over timber or lightweight steel floor joists.

The New Zealand business also offers a differentiated range of products including Linea® weatherboards, Horizon™ lining, RAB® board, Axon™ panel and CLD structural cavity battens.


Price History

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Forecast Ratios

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Financial Reports

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Accounting Notes
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Recommendation Statistics

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Past Broker Recommendations

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Past Broker Recommendations
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Target Price

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Videos

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Contact Info

James Hardie Industries Plc

Level 3
22 Pitt Street
Sydney, NSW
Australia, 2001

Phone: +61 2 8845 3360
Email: investor.relations@jameshardie.com.au
Website: http://www.ir.jameshardie.com.au

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Share Registry

Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited - Click here to view share registry profile

Phone: +61 3 9415 5000
Fax: +61 3 9473 2500
Email: investor.relations@computershare.com.au
Website: http://www.computershare.com/

452 Johnston Street
Abbotsford, VIC
AU Australia, 3067


Important Information

This profile was last edited on 03 Jun 2015.

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