Concepcion Industrial Corporation (CIC, the “Company”) derives majority of its revenues from sale of air conditioning, refrigeration, and after sales services through its two subsidiaries. Below is CIC’s corporate structure:
CCAC, a joint venture with Carrier Air Conditioning Philippines, Inc., not only offers Carrier and Toshiba brand air conditioners and Totaline parts but also offers Condura and Kelvinator brands. The Company operates the largest air conditioning manufacturing facility in the Philippines with 500,000 units per year capacity and a production area of 19,620 sq. m. in Light Industry and Science Park in Cabuyao, Laguna, Philippines.
CDI offers refrigerators and freezers including Condura and Kelvinator brand. Refrigeration equipment is manufactured in CDI factory adjacent to CCAC also in Light Industry and Science Park with a capacity of 300,000 units annually.
Below is CIC’s significant financial information:
CIC plans to spend 31% of the initial public offering (IPO) proceeds for expanding the products it offers through a joint venture with Midea, a brand leader in China, as a supplier of appliances such as air conditioners, refrigerators, and laundry and kitchen appliances.
Computation of total outstanding shares of CIC after IPO is as follows:
Not much information is available to thoroughly analyse the quality of earnings of CIC but assuming that CIC will report in 2013 the same earnings as of 2012 (426.1 million), CIC will be able to register an earnings per share of P1.63. At an IPO price of P26, CIC is trading at 16x PE ratio which is reasonable for a company that participates in the increasing buying power of the Philippine population.
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