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Brink s Co  (BCO)
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Price: $59.0000 $1.68 2.931%
Day's High: $59.1 Week Perf: 4.09 %
Day's Low: $ 57.08 30 Day Perf: 7.76 %
Volume (M): 457 52 Wk High: $ 80.14
Volume (M$): $ 26,963 52 Wk Avg: $64.68
Open: $57.52 52 Wk Low: $53.73



 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 2,820
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 48
 Employees 60,700
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 4,332
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 162
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) 165
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 165

Brink S Co

The Brink’s Company is a premier provider of secure logistics and security solutions including cash-in-transit, ATM replenishment and maintenance, cash management services, including vault outsourcing, money processing, and intelligent safe services, international transportation of valuables, and payment services. Our customers include financial institutions, retailers, government agencies (including central banks), mints, jewelers and other commercial operations around the world. Our global network serves customers in more than 100 countries. We have ownership interests in companies in 40 countries and agency relationships with companies in additional countries.

Our Strategy

Our strategy is designed to achieve both organic and inorganic revenue growth while driving margins consistently higher. Our strategy has three pillars:

Accelerate profitable growth ("APG")

Close the gap with operational excellence ("CTG")

Introduce differentiated services ("IDS")

Accelerate profitable growth through:

growing High-Value Services

growing account share with existing customers

increasing focus on smaller financial institutions

penetrating large, unvended retail market

exploring core and adjacent acquisitions

We have opportunities to grow revenue in higher-margin lines of business such as CompuSafe® services and recyclers, money processing outsourcing, and Brink’s Global Services. Our plan calls for growing revenue with both large and small financial institutions, and increasing penetration of the large and underserved retail market.

Close the gap with operational excellence by:

leading our industry in safety and security

exceeding customer expectations

increasing operational productivity

We have already begun an aggressive drive to improve internal productivity, optimize cost and achieve industry-leading margins.

Introduce differentiated services through:

leveraging uniform, best-in-class global technology base for logistics and operating systems

offering end-to-end cash supply chain managed services

launching a customer portal and value-added, fee-based services

The third component of our strategy is to introduce differentiated services to our customers by strengthening and leveraging our IT capabilities. Our IT strategy and systems will also drive improved service levels and operational efficiencies.

Services
We design customized services to meet the cash and valuables supply chain needs of our customers. We enter into contracts with our customers to establish pricing and other terms. Cash-in-Transit and ATM contracts usually cover an initial term of at least one year and in many cases one to three years, and generally remain in effect thereafter until canceled by either party. Contracts for Cash Management Services are typically longer. Following are descriptions of our service offerings:

Core Services
Cash-in-transit and ATM Services are core services we provide to customers throughout the world. We charge customers per service performed or based on the value of goods transported. Revenues are affected by the level of economic activity in various markets as well as the volume of business for specific customers.

 

Cash-in-Transit Services – Serving customers since 1859, our success in Cash-in-Transit is driven by a combination of rigorous security practices, high-quality customer service, risk management and logistics expertise. Cash-in-Transit Services generally include the secure transportation of:

cash between businesses and financial institutions, such as banks and credit unions

cash, securities and other valuables between commercial banks, central banks and investment banking and brokerage firms

new currency, coins, bullion and precious metals for central banks and other customers

ATM Services – We manage 94,600 ATMs worldwide. We provide customers who own and operate ATMs a variety of service options. Basic ATM management services include cash replenishment and first and second line maintenance. We also provide comprehensive services for ATM management through our Brink's Integrated Managed Services (“Brink’s IMS”) offering, which includes cash replenishment, replenishment forecasting, cash optimization, ATM remote monitoring, service call dispatching, transaction processing, installation services, and first and second line maintenance.

High-Value Services (40% of total revenues in 2016)
Our Core Services, combined with our brand and global infrastructure, provide a broad platform from which we offer additional High-Value Services, which generated approximately $1.2 billion of revenues in 2016.

Global Services - Brink’s Global Services ("BGS") is the leading global provider of secure transport of highly-valued commodities including diamonds, jewelry, precious metals, securities, currency, high-tech devices, electronics and pharmaceuticals. Our specialized diamond and jewelry operations have offices in the world’s major diamond and jewelry centers. Serving customers in more than 100 countries, BGS provides secure transportation services including pick-up, packaging, customs clearance, secure vault storage and inventory management. BGS uses a combination of armored vehicles and secure air and sea transportation.

Cash Management Services - We offer a variety of Cash Management Services, depending on customers’ unique needs. These include:

money processing (e.g., counting, sorting, wrapping, checking condition of bills, etc.) and other cash management services

services related to deploying and servicing “intelligent” safes and safe control devices, including our patented CompuSafe® service

integrated check and cash processing services (“Virtual Vault”)

check imaging services

Other cash management services include cashier balancing, counterfeit detection, account consolidation and electronic reporting. Retail and bank customers use Brink’s to count and reconcile coins and currency, prepare bank deposit information and replenish coins and currency in specific denominations.

Brink's offers a fully integrated approach to managing customers' supply chain of cash. These services include logistical support from point-of-sale through transport, vaulting, bank deposit and related credit reporting. We also offer a variety of advanced technology applications including online cash tracking, cash inventory management, check imaging for real-time deposit processing, and a variety of other web-based tools that enable banks and other customers to reduce costs while improving service to their customers. We believe the quality and scope of our money processing and information systems differentiate our Cash Management Services from competitive offerings.

Brink’s CompuSafe® Service. Brink’s CompuSafe® service provides an integrated, closed-loop system for preventing theft and managing cash. We market CompuSafe® services to a variety of cash-intensive customers including convenience stores, gas stations, restaurants, retail chains and entertainment venues. In a majority of instances, once the specialized safe is installed, the customer’s employees deposit currency into the safe’s cassettes, which can only be removed by Brink’s personnel. Upon removal, the cassettes are securely transported to a vault for processing where contents are verified and transferred for deposit. Our CompuSafe® service features currency-recognition and counterfeit-detection technology, multi-language touch screens and an electronic interface between the point-of-sale, back-office systems and external banks. Our electronic reporting interface with external banks enables customers to receive same-day credit on their cash balances, even if the cash remains on the customer’s premises. Recently, some customers have requested specialized safes permitting customer employees to remove money in a secure manner that was previously deposited in the safe cassettes to meet a current need. We have also implemented this capability.

Virtual Vault. Virtual Vault services combine Cash-in-Transit Services, Cash Management Services, vaulting and electronic reporting technologies to help banks expand into new markets while minimizing investment in vaults and branch facilities. In addition to providing secure storage, we process deposits, provide check imaging and reconciliation services, perform currency inventory management, process ATM replenishment orders and electronically transmit banking transactions.

Payment Services – We provide convenient payment services, including bill payment processing, mobile phone top-up, and Brink’s Money™ prepaid cards.

Latin America. Bill payment processing services include bill payment acceptance and processing services on behalf of utility companies and other billers. Consumers can pay bills, top-up prepaid mobile phones and manage accounts at retail agent locations that we operate on behalf of utility companies, banks and a small number of leased payment locations. This service is offered at over 31,300 locations in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and Panama.

United States. We offer Brink’s Money™ general purpose reloadable prepaid cards and payroll cards to consumers and employers. Our general purpose reloadable cards are sold to consumers through our direct-to-consumer marketing efforts while our payroll cards are sold to employers who use them to pay employees electronically. Brink’s Money™ cards can be used at stores, restaurants, online retailers, and at ATMs worldwide. This product is targeted to the millions of unbanked and under-banked Americans looking for alternative financial products.

Commercial Security Systems – We provide commercial security system services in designated markets in Europe. Our security system design and installation services include alarms, motion detectors, closed-circuit televisions, digital video recorders, and access control systems, including card and biometric readers, electronic locks, and turnstiles. We may also provide monitoring services after systems have been installed.



   Company Address: 1801 Bayberry Court Richmond 23226 VA
   Company Phone Number: 289-9600   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE BCO
   BCO is expected to report next financial results on October 28, 2022.


   

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