Snap on Inc  (SNA)
Other Ticker:  
Price: $212.3200 $2.36 1.124%
Day's High: $212.97 Week Perf: -4.95 %
Day's Low: $ 212.97 30 Day Perf: -4.52 %
Volume (M): 8 52 Wk High: $ 257.98
Volume (M$): $ 1,609 52 Wk Avg: $217.76
Open: $216.74 52 Wk Low: $197.75

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 11,529
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 54
 Employees 12,300
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 4,674
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 867
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -44
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 71

Snap On Inc
Snap-on Incorporated†was incorporated under the laws of the state of Wisconsin in 1920 and reincorporated under the laws of the state of Delaware in 1930. Snap-on is a leading global innovator, manufacturer and marketer of high-quality tool, diagnostic and equipment solutions for professional tool and equipment users. Product lines include a broad range of hand and power tools, tool storage, saws and cutting tools, pruning tools, vehicle service diagnostics equipment, vehicle service equipment, including wheel service, safety testing and collision repair equipment, vehicle service information, business management systems, equipment repair services, and other tool and equipment solutions. Snap-onís customers include automotive technicians, vehicle service centers, manufacturers, industrial tool and equipment users and those involved in commercial applications such as construction, electrical and agriculture.

Snap-on markets its products and brands through multiple distribution sales channels in more than 100 countries. Snap-onís largest geographic markets include the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom. The originator of the mobile dealer van tool distribution channel in the automotive repair segment, Snap-on also reaches its customers through company direct, distributor and Internet channels.

Snap-onís business segments are based on the organization structure used by management for making operating and investment decisions and for assessing performance. Snap-onís reportable business segments include: (1) the Snap-on Dealer Group, (2) the Commercial and Industrial Group, and (3) the Diagnostics and Information Group. The Snap-on Dealer Group consists of Snap-onís business operations serving the worldwide franchised dealer van channel. The Commercial and Industrial Group consists of the business operations providing tools and equipment products to a broad range of industrial and commercial customers worldwide through direct, distributor and other non-franchised distribution channels. The Diagnostics and Information Group consists of the business operations providing diagnostics equipment, vehicle service information, business management systems, equipment repair services and other solutions for customers in the worldwide vehicle service and repair marketplace.

Vehicle Service and Repair Sector

The vehicle service and repair sector has three main customer groups: professional technicians who purchase tools and equipment for themselves; vehicle service and repair shop owners and managers ó including independent shops, national chains and automotive dealerships ó who purchase equipment for use by multiple technicians within a service or repair facility; and vehicle manufacturers.

Snap-on provides innovative tool and equipment solutions, as well as technical sales support and training, to meet techniciansí evolving needs. Snap-onís franchised dealer van distribution system offers technicians the convenience of purchasing quality tools with minimal disruption of their work routine. Snap-on also provides owners and managers of shops, where technicians work, with tools, diagnostics equipment, repair and service information, and shop management products. Snap-on provides vehicle manufacturers with products and services including tools, consulting services and facilitation services. Snap-onís facilitation services include product procurement, distribution and administrative support to customers for their dealership equipment programs.

Major challenges for Snap-on and the vehicle service and repair sector include the increasing rate of technological change within motor vehicles and the resulting impact on the businesses of both our suppliers and customers that is necessitated by such change. Snap-on believes it is a meaningful participant in the market sector for vehicle service and repair.

Industrial Sector

Snap-on markets its products to a wide variety of industrial customers including industrial maintenance and repair operations; manufacturing and assembly facilities; government facilities; schools; and original equipment manufacturers that require instrumentation or service tools and equipment for their products.

Major challenges in the industrial sector include a highly competitive, cost-conscious environment, and a trend toward customers making all of their tool purchases through one integrated supplier. Snap-on believes it is a meaningful participant in the market sector for industrial tools and equipment.

Distribution Channels

Snap-on serves customers primarily through three channels of distribution: the mobile dealer van channel (ďdealersĒ), including the companyís technical representatives (ďtech repĒ) organization, company direct sales and distributors. The following discussion represents Snap-onís general approach in each channel, and is not intended to be all-inclusive.

Dealers and Technical Representatives

In the United States, the majority of sales to the vehicle service and repair sector are conducted through Snap-onís dealers and its tech rep organization. Snap-onís dealers primarily cover vehicle service technicians and vehicle service shop owners, providing weekly contact at the customerís place of business. Dealersí sales are concentrated in hand and power tools, tool storage units and small diagnostic and shop equipment, which can easily be transported in a van and demonstrated during a brief sales call. Dealers purchase Snap-onís products at a discount from suggested retail prices and resell them at prices established by the dealer. Although some dealers have sales areas defined by other methods, most U.S. dealers are provided a list of places of business that serves as the basis of the dealerís sales route.

Company Direct Sales

In the United States, a growing proportion of shop equipment sales under the Sun, John Bean, Wheeltronic, White and Blackhawk brands and information products under the Mitchell1 brand are made by direct sales force that has responsibility for national accounts. As the vehicle service and repair sector consolidates (with more business conducted by national chains, automotive dealerships and franchised service centers), these larger organizations can be serviced most effectively by sales people who can demonstrate and sell the full line of equipment and diagnostic products and services. Snap-on also sells these products and services directly to vehicle manufacturers.

Snap-on brand tools and equipment are marketed to industrial and governmental customers in the United States through both industrial sales representatives, who are employees, and independent industrial distributors. In most markets outside the United States, industrial sales are conducted through independent distributors. The sales representatives focus on industrial customers whose main purchase criteria are quality and service. At the end of 2003, Snap-on had industrial sales representatives in the United States, Australia, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico and some European countries, with the United States representing the majority of Snap-onís total industrial sales.


Sales of certain tools and equipment are made through independent vehicle service and industrial distributors who purchase the items from Snap-on and resell them to the end users. Products supplied by Bahco, under the Bahco, Fish and Hook (design), Belzer, Pradines and Lindstrom brands and trade names, for example, are sold through distributors in Europe, North and South America, Asia and certain other parts of the world. Wheel service and other vehicle service equipment are sold through distributors primarily under brands including Hofmann, and Kansas Jack. Hand tools under the Irimo, Palmera and Acesa brands and power tools under the Sioux brand, are differentiated from those products sold through the dealer, tech rep and direct sales channels. Sun-branded equipment is marketed through distributors in South America and Asia, and through both a direct sales force and distributors in Europe.†


Snap-onís e-commerce development initiatives allow Snap-on to combine the capabilities of the Internet with Snap-onís existing brand sales and distribution strengths and to reach new and under-served customer segments. Snap-on began selling Snap-on brand products through the Internet in 2000 as part of its ďStore Without WallsĒ vision, which offers both current and prospective customers online, around-the-clock access to purchase Snap-on and Blue-Point products through its public Website at www.snapon.com. The site features an online catalog containing nearly 14,000 products, including Snap-on hand tools, power tools, tool storage units and diagnostic equipment available to consumers and professionals in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. At the end of 2003, Snap-on had more than 165,000 registered users, including approximately 19,000 industrial accounts. In addition to its public Website, Snap-on began to host individual dealer Websites in 2002 to help franchised dealers extend their industry-leading service. These initiatives, as well as other system enhancement initiatives that are currently under development, are designed to further leverage the one-on-one relationships and service Snap-on has with its current and prospective customers. Through the development of its business-to-business and business-to-consumer capabilities, Snap-on and its dealers are enhancing communications with customers on a real-time, 24-hour, 7-days a week basis.


Snap-on competes on the basis of its product quality and performance, service, brand awareness and technological innovation. While no single company competes with Snap-on across all of its product lines and distribution channels, various companies compete in one or more product categories and/or distribution channels.

Snap-on believes that it is a leading manufacturer and distributor of professional tools and equipment, offering the broadest line of these products to the vehicle service industry. The major competitors selling to professional technicians in the vehicle service and repair sector through the mobile van channel include MAC Tools (The Stanley Works) and Matco (Danaher Corporation). Snap-on also competes with companies that sell through non-mobile van distributors including Facom (Fimalac), Sears, Roebuck and Co. and The Stanley Works. Within the power tools category, Snap-onís major competitors include Atlas Copco, Ingersoll-Rand, Cooper Industries, Inc., Black & Decker Corporation, Bosch, and Makita Corporation. In the industrial sector, major competitors include Armstrong (Danaher Corporation), Cooper Industries, Inc. and Proto (The Stanley Works). The major competitors selling diagnostics and shop equipment to shop owners and managers in the vehicle service and repair sector include Corghi S.p.A., Facom (Fimalac), Hennessy (Danaher Corporation), Hunter Engineering, OTC and Robinair (SPX Corporation), and Rotary and Chief Automotive (Dover Corporation).

   Company Address: 2801 80th Street, Kenosha, 53143 WI
   Company Phone Number: 656-5200   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE SNA
   SNA is expected to report next financial results on July 21, 2022.

Customers Net Income grew by SNA's Customers Net Profit Margin fell to

13.87 %

9.63 %

• Customers Performance • Customers Expend. • Customers Efficiency • List of Customers


Stock Performances by Major Competitors

Year to Date Decrease / Increase
EMR   -7.4%    
SWK   -36.69%    
DHR   -19.84%    
DOV   -26.65%    
ITW   -16.84%    
MYE        14.69% 
NWL   -11.4%    
SRI   -7.55%    
• View Complete Report

Cirtran Corporation

Despite Strong Sales Profitability not Reached at Cirtran Corporation in the first quarter of 2022 earnings season

Although company's Sales increased by 11.68% from the same quarter a year ago to $0.69 millions in the first quarter of 2022 earnings season, Cirtran Corporation increased losses at $-0.11 loss per share.

Vyant Bio Inc.

Vyant Bio Inc declared Remarkable Achievement in the first quarter of 2022

In the first quarter of 2022 Vyant Bio Inc decreased loss of $-0.32 per share compared to $-2.31 a year ago and improved from $-0.85 per share from the previous quarter.

Reed s Inc.

Reed S Inc declared surprisingly strong Top-line advance in the fiscal span ending Mar 31 2022

Reed S Inc announced in the fiscal span ending Mar 31 2022 surge in Sales by 27.92% to $12.18 millions from the same quarter a year ago, but it has lost money at $-0.05 per share.

Agriforce Growing Systems Ltd.

Losses Widen by Agriforce Growing Systems Ltd in the first quarter of 2022 earnings season statement

In the first quarter of 2022 earnings season Agriforce Growing Systems Ltd increased losses of $-0.22 per share compared to $-0.05 a year ago and increased losses from $-0.14 per share from the previous quarter.

Cemtrex Inc.

Cemtrex Inc declared epic results in the second quarter of 2022

Company posted a loss at $-0.20 per share in the second quarter of 2022, although its Sales surged by 37.45% to $12.73 millions from the same quarter a year ago.


Snap On Inc's Segments
Snap-on Dealer Group
 Segment    37.57 % of total Revenue
Commercial & Industrial Group
 Segment    28.48 % of total Revenue
Diagnostics & Information Group
 Segment    27.92 % of total Revenue
Financial Services
 Segment    6.03 % of total Revenue
• View Complete Report
  Company Estimates  
  Revenue Outlook
Snap On Inc does not provide revenue guidance.

Earnings Outlook
Cemtrex Inc. does not provide earnings estimates.

Geographic Revenue Dispersion
United States 65.54 %
Europe 20.1 %
Other 14.37 %


Advance Monthly Sales

Consumer Price Index CPI

Producer Price Index PPI

Retail Inventories

Personal Income

Gross Domestic Product GDP

Money Supply

Industrial Production


Employment Situation

US International Trade

Factory Orders

Durable Goods

Construction Spending

Housing Starts

Vehicle Unit Sales


Event Calendar

BSPK's Profile

Stock Price

BSPK's Financials

Business Description


Charts & Quotes

BSPK's News


BSPK's Competitors

Customers & Markets

Economic Indicators

BSPK's Growth

Company Segments


Stock Performance

Growth Rates




Financial Strength


Largest Companies

Management Effectivness


At a Glance


Growth Rates



Financial Strength


At a Glance



Sectors & Industries






About us


Financial Terms

Technical Analysis

Fundamental Analysis

Energy Terms

Manufacturing Terms

Transportation Terms

Health Care

Insurance Terms

Economy Terms

Hotel & Leisure Terms

CSIMarket Company, Sector, Industry, Market Analysis, Stock Quotes, Earnings, Economy, News and Research.    Copyright © 2022 CSIMarket, Inc. All rights reserved. This site uses cookies to make your browsing experince better. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy - UPDATED (Read about our Privacy Policy)

Intraday data delayed per exchange requirements. All quotes are in local exchange time. Intraday data delayed 15 minutes for Nasdaq, and other exchanges. Fundamental and financial data for Stocks, Sector, Industry, and Economic Indicators provided by CSIMarket.com
CSIMarket.com 1500 N. University Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33071