Summer Infant, Inc. :SUMR-US: Earnings Analysis: Q2, 2017 By the Numbers : August 10, 2017

Summer Infant, Inc. reports financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2017.

We analyze the earnings along side the following peers of Summer Infant, Inc. – USANA Health Sciences, Inc., Avon Products, Inc., Inter Parfums, Inc., Revlon, Inc. Class A, Mattel, Inc., Newell Brands Inc and Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc. (USNA-US, AVP-US, IPAR-US, REV-US, MAT-US, NWL-US and FBHS-US) that have also reported for this period.

Highlights

  • Summary numbers: Revenues of USD 52.58 million, Net Earnings of USD 0.54 million.
  • Gross margins widened from 29.74% to 30.95% compared to the same period last year, operating (EBITDA) margins now 5.41% from 6.14%.
  • Year-on-year change in operating cash flow of 210.93% is about the same as the change in earnings, likely no significant movement in accruals or reserves.
  • Earnings growth due to contribution of one-time items.

The table below shows the preliminary results and recent trends for key metrics such as revenues and net income growth:

2017-06-30 2017-03-31 2016-12-31 2016-09-30 2016-06-30
Relevant Numbers (Quarterly)
Revenues (mil) 52.58 47.34 45.53 49.05 50.58
Revenue Growth (%YOY) 3.96 -4.69 -10.33 -2.31 -2.38
Earnings (mil) 0.54 0.17 -4.48 0.23 0.26
Earnings Growth (%YOY) 111.33 151.05 -44.22 112.73 107.37
Net Margin (%) 1.03 0.36 -9.84 0.48 0.51
EPS 0.03 0.01 -0.24 0.01 0.01
Return on Equity (%) 3.46 1.13 -26.09 1.2 1.34
Return on Assets (%) 2.1 0.67 -17.44 0.87 0.93

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Market Share Versus Profits

Revenues History
Earnings History

SUMR-US‘s change in revenue this period compared to the same period last year of 3.96% is almost the same as its change in earnings, and is about average among the announced results thus far in its peer group, suggesting that SUMR-US is holding onto its market share. Also, for comparison purposes, revenues changed by 11.07% and earnings by 218.24% compared to the immediate last period.

Revenues Growth Versus Earnings Growth

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Leader, Earnings Focus, Laggard, Revenues Focus

Earnings Growth Analysis

The company’s earnings growth has been influenced by the year-on-year improvement in gross margins from 29.74% to 30.95%. However the company’s overhead costs have prevented it from fully capitalizing on these gross margin improvements. In fact, the company’s operating margins (EBITDA margins) showed no improvement over the same period last year.

Gross Margin Versus EBITDA Margin

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Differentiated; Low Cost, Commodity; Low Cost, Commodity; High Cost, Differentiated; High Cost

Gross Margin Trend

Companies sometimes sacrifice improvements in revenues and margins in order to extend friendlier terms to customers and vendors. Capital Cube probes for such activity by comparing the changes in gross margins with any changes in working capital. If the gross margins improved without a worsening of working capital, it is possible that the company’s performance is a result of truly delivering in the marketplace and not simply an accounting prop-up using the balance sheet.

Gross Margin History
Working Capital Days History

SUMR-US‘s improvement in gross margin has been accompanied by an improvement in its balance sheet as well. This suggests that gross margin improvements are likely from operating decisions and not accounting gimmicks. Its working capital days have declined to 54.26 days from 61.07 days for the same period last year.

Gross Margin Versus Working Capital Days

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Customer Financed, Cash Starved, Supplier Financed, Cash Rich

Cash Versus Earnings – Sustainable Performance?

It is important to examine a company�s cash versus earnings numbers to gauge whether its performance is sustainable.

SUMR-US‘s change in operating cash flow of 210.93% compared to the same period last year is about the same as its change in earnings this period. Additionally, this change in operating cash flow is about average among its peer group. This suggests that the company did not use accruals or reserves to manage earnings this period, and that, all else being equal, the earnings number is sustainable.

Operating Cash Flow Growth Versus Earnings Growth

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Cash Flow based Earnings, Likely Non-cash Earnings, Low Cash Flow Base, Likely Undeclared Earnings

Margins

The company’s operating (EBIT) margins contracted from 3.84% to 3.43%. In spite of this, the company’s earnings rose. This was influenced primarily by one-time items, which improved pretax margins from 1.05% to 2.03%.

EBIT Margin Versus PreTax Margin

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Operation driven Earnings, One-time Favorables, Low Earnings Base, One-time Unfavorables
EBIT Margin History
PreTax Margin History

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Company Profile

Summer Infant, Inc. designs, markets and distributes branded juvenile health, safety, and wellness products. It markets proprietary products in various product categories including nursery audio or video monitors, safety gates, durable bath products, bed rails, infant thermometers, related health and safety products, booster and potty seats, cribs, baby gear, bouncers, feeding items, and swaddling blankets. The company was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Woonsocket, RI.

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