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Fluor Corporation  (FLR)
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    Sector  Capital Goods    Industry Aerospace & Defense
   Industry Aerospace & Defense
   Sector  Capital Goods

Fluor's

Competitiveness


 

FLR Sales vs. its Competitors Q3 2021



Comparing the results to its competitors, Fluor reported Total Revenue decrease in the 3 quarter 2021 year on year by -18.41 %, despite revenue increase by most of its competitors of 12.22 %, recorded in the same quarter.

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With net margin of 1.1 % company reported lower profitability than its competitors.

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Net Income Comparison


Fluor Corporation Net Income in the 3 quarter 2021 grew year on year by 44.78 %, faster than average growth of Fluor's competitiors .

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Fluor's Comment on Competitors and Industry Peers


We are one of the world's largest providers of engineering, procurement and construction services. The markets served by our business are highly competitive and, for the most part, require substantial resources and highly skilled and experienced technical personnel. A large number of companies are competing in the markets served by our business, including U.S.-based companies such as Bechtel Group, Inc., CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd., Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., KBR Inc. and URS Corporation, and international-based companies such as AMEC plc, Balfour Beatty, Chicago Bridge and Iron Company N.V., Chiyoda Corporation, Foster Wheeler AG, Hyundai Engineering & Construction Company, JGC Corporation, McDermott International, Inc., Samsung Engineering, Technip and WorleyParsons Limited.

In the engineering, procurement and construction arena, which is served by our Oil & Gas, Industrial & Infrastructure and Power segments, competition is based on an ability to provide the design, engineering, planning, management and project execution skills required to complete complex projects in a safe, timely and cost-efficient manner. Our engineering, procurement and construction business derives its competitive strength from our diversity, excellence in execution, reputation for quality, technology, cost-effectiveness, worldwide procurement capability, project management expertise, geographic coverage, ability to meet client requirements by performing construction on either a union or an open shop basis, ability to execute projects of varying sizes, strong safety record and lengthy experience with a wide range of services and technologies. In the operations and maintenance markets, barriers to entry are both financially and logistically low, with the result that the industry is highly fragmented with no single company being dominant. Competition in those markets is generally driven by reputation, price and the capacity to perform.

The various markets served by the Global Services segment, while having some similarities to the construction and procurement arena, tend also to have discrete issues impacting individual units. Each of the markets we serve has a large number of companies competing in its markets. The equipment sector, which operates in numerous markets, is highly fragmented and very competitive, with a large number of competitors mostly operating in specific geographic areas. The competition in the equipment sector for larger capital project services is more narrow and limited to only those capable of providing comprehensive equipment, tool and management services. Temporary staffing is a highly fragmented market with over 1,000 companies competing globally. The key competitive factors in this business line are price, service, quality, breadth of service and the ability to identify and retain qualified personnel and geographical coverage.

Key competitive factors in our Government segment are primarily centered on performance and the ability to provide the design, engineering, planning, management and project execution skills required to complete complex projects in a safe, timely and cost-efficient manner.

 





  

Overall company Market Share Q3 2021

Overall company, revenue fell by -18.41 % and company lost market share, to approximate 4.6 %.





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*Market share calculated with total revenue.


FLR's vs. Competition, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Fluor Corporation 12,934 2,606 -247 37,508
General Electric Company 75,754 109,164 -109 305,000
Dover Corp 7,466 24,905 1,699 27,000
BJ SERVICES COMPANY 0 0 0 0
Computer Sciences Corp 7,607 0 -100 70,000
Cameron International Corp 9,838 0 724 28,000
Rowan Companies Plc 1,120 1,379 -50 4,051
Schlumberger Limited 27,494 42,293 1,700 120,000
Baker Hughes Holdings Llc 18,797 0 -16,273 0
Halliburton Company 14,255 19,355 414 80,000
Nov Inc 5,334 4,834 -550 63,642
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc 14,093 18,555 431 0
Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc 715 13 -661 0
Technipfmc Plc 8,306 2,673 163 20,300
Quanta Services Inc 12,077 16,961 549 24,600
Ecolab Inc 11,873 65,426 1,141 47,430
Nabors Industries Ltd 1,917 664 -538 0
Leidos Holdings Inc 13,498 13,068 780 19,000
Aecom 13,341 10,571 203 92,000
Emcor Group Inc 9,545 6,611 362 27,000
Kbr Inc 6,306 6,600 -23 25,000
Hill International inc 377 121 -3 4,558
Willdan Group inc 358 537 -12 637
Tutor Perini Corporation 4,955 701 139 10,626
Fuel Tech Inc 24 51 -1 198
Tortec Group Corporation 0 0 0 0
Osler Inc 0 63 0 2
Pernix Group, Inc. 0 0 0 475
Sterling Construction Company Inc 1,528 796 60 1,565
Blue Whale Acquisition Corp I 4,093 132 412 5,300
Bwx Technologies Inc 2,109 4,714 258 5,300
Receivable Acquisition & Management Corp 0 0 0 4
Tetra Tech inc 1,160 10,077 233 13,000
Babcock and Wilcox Enterprises Inc 681 800 6 5,000
Dril quip Inc 332 684 -76 2,319
Forum Energy Technologies Inc 506 105 1 2,050
Oil States International Inc 549 316 -63 2,821
Tesco Corp 153 173 -59 1,215
Watts Water Technologies Inc 1,739 6,542 155 4,800
Basic Energy Services Inc 377 1 -161 0
Core Laboratories N v 459 1,117 31 4,600
Deep Down Inc 15 8 1 59
Energy & Technology Corp. 3 0 0 93
Enservco Corporation 14 12 -8 249
Eco-stim Energy Solutions, Inc. 41 0 -88 230
Forbes Energy Services Ltd 160 0 -117 843
Expro Group Holdings N v formerly Franks Internati 402 558 -79 0
Nextier Oilfield Solutions Inc 1,129 819 -190 0
Nuverra Environmental Solutions Inc 97 24 -26 0
Rpc inc 745 1,095 -15 3,500
Rignet Inc 208 186 -46 503
Superior Energy Services Inc 833 3 -382 0
SUBTOTAL 295,316 375,315 -10,415 1,060,478


       
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