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Preformed Line Products's Customers Performance

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PLPC's Source of Revenues Preformed Line Products's Customers have recorded an increase in their cost of revenue by 10.8 % in the 2 quarter 2022 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 5.59 %, for the same period Preformed Line Products Company recorded revenue increase by 22.88 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 18.27 %.

List of PLPC Customers




Preformed Line Products's Customers have recorded an increase in their cost of revenue by 10.8 % in the 2 quarter 2022 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 5.59 %, for the same period Preformed Line Products Company recorded revenue increase by 22.88 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 18.27 %.

List of PLPC Customers


   
Customers recorded net loss in Q2 Customers recorded net loss



Preformed Line Products's Customers, Q2 2022 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      8.07 %
Customers in Construction Raw Materials Industry      20.88 %
Customers in Aerospace & Defense Industry -3.48 %   
Customers in Construction Services Industry      39.77 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      64.18 %
Customers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      9.11 %
Customers in Conglomerates Industry      1.65 %
Customers in Appliance & Tool Industry      0.7 %
Customers in Audio & Video Equipment Industry -6.35 %   
Customers in Furniture & Fixtures Industry      5.09 %
Customers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry      19.33 %
Customers in Legacy Industry    
Customers in Coal Mining Industry      33.71 %
Customers in Oil And Gas Production Industry      76.95 %
Customers in Consumer Financial Services Industry      14.28 %
Customers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry      10.22 %
Customers in Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals Industry  
Customers in Broadcasting Media & Cable TV Industry      19.96 %
Customers in Educational Services Industry      16.49 %
Customers in Casinos & Gaming Industry      19.52 %
Customers in Communications Services Industry -16.6 %   
Customers in Hotels & Tourism Industry -32.97 %   
Customers in Professional Services Industry      63.3 %
Customers in Print Media & Newspaper Publishing Industry      7.3 %
Customers in Communications Equipment Industry      13.59 %
Customers in Electronic Instruments & Controls Industry      17.01 %
Customers in Semiconductors Industry      16.35 %
Customers in Software & Programming Industry      71.71 %
Customers in Electric Utilities Industry      10.85 %
Customers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry      28.75 %
Customers in Automotive Aftermarket Industry      17.11 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Preformed Line Products's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



The Company markets its products to the energy, telecommunication, cable, data communication and special industries. While rapid changes in technology have blurred the distinctions between telephone, cable, and data communication, the energy industry is clearly distinct. The Company’s role in the energy industry is to supply formed wire products and related hardware used with the electrical conductors, cables and wires that transfer power from the generating facility to the ultimate user of that power. Formed wire products are used to support, protect, terminate and secure both power conductor and communication cables and to control cable dynamics.


Electric Utilities - Transmission. The electric transmission grid is the interconnected network of high voltage aluminum conductors used to transport large blocks of electric power from generating facilities to distribution networks. Currently, there are three major power grids in the U.S.: the Eastern Interconnect, the Western Interconnect and the Texas Interconnect. Virtually all electrical energy utilities are connected with at least one other utility by one of these major grids. The Company believes that the transmission grid has been neglected throughout much of the U.S. With demand for power now exceeding supply in some areas, the need for the movement of bulk power from the energy-rich areas to the energy-deficient areas means that new transmission lines will likely be built and many existing lines will likely be refurbished. Connecting renewable energy sources to the grid should also continue to attract new investment to fund transmission infrastructure projects in the future. The Company believes that this will generate opportunities for the Company’s products in this market over at least the next several years. In addition, increased construction of international transmission grids is occurring in many regions of the world. However, consolidations in the markets that the Company services with increased global competition may also have an adverse impact on the Company’s sales.


Electric Utilities - Distribution. The distribution market includes those utilities that distribute power from a substation where voltage is reduced to levels appropriate for the consumer. Unlike the transmission market, distribution is still handled primarily by local electric utilities. These utilities are motivated to reduce cost in order to maintain and enhance their profitability. The Company believes that its growth in the distribution market will be achieved primarily as a result of incremental gains in market share driven by emphasizing the Company’s quality products and service over price. Internationally, particularly in the developing regions, there is increasing political pressure to extend the availability of electricity to additional populations. Through its global network of factories and sales offices, the Company is prepared to take advantage of this new growth in construction.

Renewable Energy. The renewable energy market includes residential consumers, commercial businesses, off-grid operators, and utility companies that have an interest in alternative energy sources. Environmental concerns along with federal, state and local utility incentives have fueled demand for renewable energy systems including solar, wind and biofuel. The industry continues to grow as advancements in technology lead to greater efficiencies which drive down overall system costs. The Company currently provides hardware solutions, system design and installation services for solar power applications. The Company markets and sells these products and services to end-users, distributors, installers and integrators.
Communication and Cable. Major developments, including growing competition between the cable and communications industries and increasing overall demand for high-speed communication services, have led to a changing regulatory and competitive environment in many markets throughout the world. The deployment of new access networks and improvements to existing networks for advanced applications continues to gain momentum.


Cable operators, local communication operators and power utilities are building, rebuilding or upgrading signal delivery networks in developed countries. These networks are designed to deliver video and voice transmissions and provide Internet connectivity to individual residences and businesses. Operators deploy a variety of network technologies and architectures to carry broadband and narrowband signals. These architectures are constructed of electronic hardware connected via coaxial cables, copper wires or optical fibers. The Company manufactures closures that these industries use to securely connect and protect these vital networks.


As critical components of the outdoor infrastructure, closures provide protection against weather and vandalism, and permit technicians who maintain and manage the system ready access to the devices. Cable operators and local telephone network operators place great reliance on manufacturers of protective closures because any material damage to the signal delivery networks is likely to disrupt communication services. In addition to closures, the Company supplies the communication and cable industry with its formed wire products to hold, support, protect and terminate the copper wires and cables and the fiber optic cables used by that industry to transfer voice, video or data signals.


The industry has developed technological methods to increase the usage of copper-based products through high-speed digital subscriber lines (DSLs). The popularity of these services, the regulatory environment and the increasingly fierce competition between communications and cable operators has driven the move toward building out the “last mile” in fiber optic networks. FTTP technology supports the next wave in broadband innovation by carrying fiber optic technology into homes and businesses. The Company has been actively developing products that address this market.


Data Communication. The data communication market is driven by the continual demand for increased bandwidth. Growing Internet Service Providers (ISPs), construction in Wide Area Networks (WANs) and demand for products in the workplace are all key elements to the increased demand for the racking and cabinet products made by the Company. The Company’s products are sold to a number of categories of customers including, (i) ISPs, (ii) large companies and organizations which have their own local area network for data communication, and (iii) distributors of structured cabling systems and components for use in the above markets.


Special Industries. The Company’s formed wire products are also used in other industries which require a method of securing or terminating cables, including the metal building, tower and antenna industries, the agriculture and arborist industries, and various applications within the marine systems industry. Products other than formed wire products are also marketed to other industries. For example, the Company’s urethane capabilities allow it to market products to the light rail industry. The Company continues to explore new and innovative uses of its manufacturing capabilities; however, these markets remain a small portion of overall consolidated sales.


Preformed Line Products's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


The Company markets its products to the energy, telecommunication, cable, data communication and special industries. While rapid changes in technology have blurred the distinctions between telephone, cable, and data communication, the energy industry is clearly distinct. The Company’s role in the energy industry is to supply formed wire products and related hardware used with the electrical conductors, cables and wires that transfer power from the generating facility to the ultimate user of that power. Formed wire products are used to support, protect, terminate and secure both power conductor and communication cables and to control cable dynamics.


Electric Utilities - Transmission. The electric transmission grid is the interconnected network of high voltage aluminum conductors used to transport large blocks of electric power from generating facilities to distribution networks. Currently, there are three major power grids in the U.S.: the Eastern Interconnect, the Western Interconnect and the Texas Interconnect. Virtually all electrical energy utilities are connected with at least one other utility by one of these major grids. The Company believes that the transmission grid has been neglected throughout much of the U.S. With demand for power now exceeding supply in some areas, the need for the movement of bulk power from the energy-rich areas to the energy-deficient areas means that new transmission lines will likely be built and many existing lines will likely be refurbished. Connecting renewable energy sources to the grid should also continue to attract new investment to fund transmission infrastructure projects in the future. The Company believes that this will generate opportunities for the Company’s products in this market over at least the next several years. In addition, increased construction of international transmission grids is occurring in many regions of the world. However, consolidations in the markets that the Company services with increased global competition may also have an adverse impact on the Company’s sales.


Electric Utilities - Distribution. The distribution market includes those utilities that distribute power from a substation where voltage is reduced to levels appropriate for the consumer. Unlike the transmission market, distribution is still handled primarily by local electric utilities. These utilities are motivated to reduce cost in order to maintain and enhance their profitability. The Company believes that its growth in the distribution market will be achieved primarily as a result of incremental gains in market share driven by emphasizing the Company’s quality products and service over price. Internationally, particularly in the developing regions, there is increasing political pressure to extend the availability of electricity to additional populations. Through its global network of factories and sales offices, the Company is prepared to take advantage of this new growth in construction.

Renewable Energy. The renewable energy market includes residential consumers, commercial businesses, off-grid operators, and utility companies that have an interest in alternative energy sources. Environmental concerns along with federal, state and local utility incentives have fueled demand for renewable energy systems including solar, wind and biofuel. The industry continues to grow as advancements in technology lead to greater efficiencies which drive down overall system costs. The Company currently provides hardware solutions, system design and installation services for solar power applications. The Company markets and sells these products and services to end-users, distributors, installers and integrators.
Communication and Cable. Major developments, including growing competition between the cable and communications industries and increasing overall demand for high-speed communication services, have led to a changing regulatory and competitive environment in many markets throughout the world. The deployment of new access networks and improvements to existing networks for advanced applications continues to gain momentum.


Cable operators, local communication operators and power utilities are building, rebuilding or upgrading signal delivery networks in developed countries. These networks are designed to deliver video and voice transmissions and provide Internet connectivity to individual residences and businesses. Operators deploy a variety of network technologies and architectures to carry broadband and narrowband signals. These architectures are constructed of electronic hardware connected via coaxial cables, copper wires or optical fibers. The Company manufactures closures that these industries use to securely connect and protect these vital networks.


As critical components of the outdoor infrastructure, closures provide protection against weather and vandalism, and permit technicians who maintain and manage the system ready access to the devices. Cable operators and local telephone network operators place great reliance on manufacturers of protective closures because any material damage to the signal delivery networks is likely to disrupt communication services. In addition to closures, the Company supplies the communication and cable industry with its formed wire products to hold, support, protect and terminate the copper wires and cables and the fiber optic cables used by that industry to transfer voice, video or data signals.


The industry has developed technological methods to increase the usage of copper-based products through high-speed digital subscriber lines (DSLs). The popularity of these services, the regulatory environment and the increasingly fierce competition between communications and cable operators has driven the move toward building out the “last mile” in fiber optic networks. FTTP technology supports the next wave in broadband innovation by carrying fiber optic technology into homes and businesses. The Company has been actively developing products that address this market.


Data Communication. The data communication market is driven by the continual demand for increased bandwidth. Growing Internet Service Providers (ISPs), construction in Wide Area Networks (WANs) and demand for products in the workplace are all key elements to the increased demand for the racking and cabinet products made by the Company. The Company’s products are sold to a number of categories of customers including, (i) ISPs, (ii) large companies and organizations which have their own local area network for data communication, and (iii) distributors of structured cabling systems and components for use in the above markets.


Special Industries. The Company’s formed wire products are also used in other industries which require a method of securing or terminating cables, including the metal building, tower and antenna industries, the agriculture and arborist industries, and various applications within the marine systems industry. Products other than formed wire products are also marketed to other industries. For example, the Company’s urethane capabilities allow it to market products to the light rail industry. The Company continues to explore new and innovative uses of its manufacturing capabilities; however, these markets remain a small portion of overall consolidated sales.








PLPC's vs. Customers, Data

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



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Preformed Line Products Company 357.31 568.52 45.68 2,744
Atlantic Power Corporation 269.99 581.40 51.40 0
At and t Inc. 121,852.11 148,628.00 21,364.00 242,000
Lumen Technologies inc. 8,265.12 19,452.00 1,869.00 39,875
Citizens Communications, Co. 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Time Warner Inc. 91,302.99 50,198.00 3,691.00 34,000
Verizon Communications Inc. 166,063.04 134,022.00 22,529.00 0
Viacom Inc 9,784.88 12,890.00 1,672.00 0
Walt Disney Co 181,587.50 81,106.00 3,506.00 205,500
United Breweries Co Inc 3,513.98 3,607.95 318.07 0
Gannett Co. Inc. 264.31 3,258.55 -18.82 31,250
Comcast corporation 142,274.53 121,660.00 13,628.00 168,000
Sanmina Corporation 2,797.57 7,331.89 247.96 43,854
SOLECTRON CORPORATION 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Jabil Inc 8,059.19 31,857.28 855.62 161,000
TRIBUNE COMPANY 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Meredith Corporation 2,788.10 2,992.50 273.90 3,500
Crane Holdings Co. 4,916.16 3,215.50 551.90 0
Genuine Parts Co 21,493.60 20,519.11 1,102.95 55,000
Dana Corporation 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
MAYTAG CORPORATION 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Whirlpool Corp 7,884.24 21,320.00 734.00 77,500
Windstream Holdings Inc 14.54 4,894.50 -567.40 13,434
Time Warner Cable Inc. 0.00 38,663.00 1,954.00 0
Leggett and Platt Inc 4,658.74 5,370.60 395.80 22,000
Rockwell Collins Inc 23,426.74 8,665.00 1,032.00 19,500
Raytheon Company 32,665.15 29,176.00 3,329.00 61,000
Northrop Grumman Corp 74,695.92 34,957.00 5,674.00 97,000
Lockheed Martin Corporation 110,033.30 64,167.00 4,705.00 114,000
Jx Luxventure Ltd 3.60 59.00 -37.22 48,000
Honeywell International Inc 117,451.18 34,459.00 5,112.00 105,500
General Dynamics Corporation 61,809.24 38,441.00 3,308.00 100,700
International Game Technology Plc 3,190.85 4,089.00 670.00 4,400
Illinois Tool Works Inc 58,477.90 15,185.00 2,648.00 44,000
Equillium Inc. 68.93 0.00 -72.45 0
News Corporation 9,095.80 10,385.00 760.00 23,500
Flir Systems Inc 7,603.05 1,940.08 235.97 4,265
First Data Corp 30,770.99 9,569.00 1,213.00 0
Frontier Communications Parent Inc. 5,523.40 8,385.00 -356.00 0
Emerson Electric Co. 44,023.41 19,216.00 3,196.00 83,500
Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. 11,827.92 3,561.81 814.35 2,100
The E.w. Scripps Company 13.35 2,337.71 175.61 2,100
Cablevision Systems Corp 0.00 6,232.15 465.64 13,656
Ncr Corp 2,935.68 7,798.00 84.00 30,200
Sai.tech Global Corporation 8.74 0.00 -2.55 0
Fox Corporation 18,109.27 13,974.00 1,233.00 9,000
Science applications International corporation 5,011.17 7,229.00 217.00 13,000
Leidos Holdings Inc. 12,230.64 14,065.00 733.00 34,000
Graham Holdings Co 2,592.12 3,520.39 154.72 0
Air Industries Group 21.26 55.84 1.51 379
Astronics Corporation 269.74 473.20 -19.68 2,000
Aerovironment Inc. 2,198.90 453.24 1.34 663
Cpi Aerostructures Inc. 12.36 92.69 5.55 0
Heico Corporation 20,077.34 2,070.39 364.13 3,500
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions inc. 1,422.00 832.60 -24.70 3,600
Ducommun Incorporated 491.72 665.75 132.66 3,150
Lmi Aerospace Inc 184.85 340.33 -41.61 1,970
National Presto Industries Inc 463.73 325.52 16.97 1,043
Orbital Atk, Inc. 7,801.00 4,991.00 345.00 12,300
Sigma Labs Inc. 8.58 1.13 -8.79 0
Ies Holdings Inc. 542.96 2,033.23 45.57 3,106
Goldfield Corp 171.88 185.10 8.00 418
American Electric Power Co Inc. 50,351.95 17,916.70 2,574.40 17,408
Centerpoint Energy Inc. 19,945.92 8,770.00 1,593.00 14,262
Cms energy Corporation 18,966.19 7,164.00 858.00 8,837
Consolidated Edison Inc. 33,939.59 14,503.00 1,463.00 14,890
Constellation Energy Corporation 0.00 23,775.00 -254.60 0
Dominion Energy Inc. 60,725.43 14,931.00 2,269.00 19,100
Duke Energy Corporation 79,856.70 27,006.00 3,640.00 28,793
Edison International 24,841.38 16,606.00 702.00 12,937
Entergy Corporation 22,843.84 12,349.11 1,224.57 13,635
Exelon Corporation 40,919.94 26,391.00 2,768.00 32,713
Firstenergy Corp. 22,908.60 11,591.00 1,370.00 12,316
NextEra Energy, Inc. 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Pg and e Corp 26,998.01 21,960.00 541.00 22,581
Pinnacle West Capital Corporation 8,079.81 3,952.31 565.87 6,210
Ppl Corporation 20,740.05 12,128.00 1,695.00 0
Paragon Offshore Plc 0.00 230.97 605.47 0
Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated 31,470.00 9,348.00 -990.00 12,992
Sempra Energy 51,100.96 14,224.00 1,396.00 13,969
The Southern Company 80,089.32 22,463.00 2,951.00 27,943
Teco Energy Inc 0.00 5,014.20 197.70 4,400
TXU CORP 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Xcel Energy Inc 39,071.76 25,291.00 1,632.00 11,317
The Aes Corporation 16,225.72 11,736.00 -810.00 21,000
Williams companies inc. 35,641.53 11,096.00 1,603.00 4,812
Nisource Inc. 47,572.41 10,849.00 722.50 0
Dte Energy Co 24,378.04 17,458.00 758.00 15,600
Empire Petroleum Corporation 298.41 1,317.49 96.54 0
Sitio Royalties Corp. 1,829.41 716.00 116.71 1,745
Wec Energy Group Inc. 31,484.03 8,984.40 1,368.30 7,509
Scana Corporation 6,832.54 3,531.00 -115.00 5,989
Pepco Holdings Inc 0.00 4,340.00 -212.00 2,374
Dyne Therapeutics Inc. 641.34 3,055.00 -182.26 0
Ameren Corporation 25,557.05 6,032.00 748.00 9,323
Oneok Inc. 23,646.08 21,398.00 1,576.94 2,882
Nrg Energy Inc 9,629.31 28,833.00 3,440.00 4,577
Berkshire Hathaway Inc 500,090.30 289,371.00 12,751.00 0
Lime Energy Co. 0.00 0.00 0.00 161
Seafarer Exploration Corp. 17.64 0.00 -2.84 1
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Sifco Industries Inc 17.58 89.59 -5.22 465
Transdigm Group Incorporated 0.00 5,197.00 811.00 14,200
Trans-pacific Aerospace Company, Inc. 0.01 0.00 -2.34 7
Entertainment Gaming Asia Inc. 33.85 23.64 -1.79 107
Arotech Corp 79.51 91.25 -0.63 523
Everi Holdings Inc. 1,581.27 721.53 160.22 900
Koss Corporation 58.44 17.61 1.27 54
Invensense Inc 0.00 248.74 4.10 0
Knowles Corporation 1,161.04 856.70 -104.50 12,000
Genasys Inc. 104.22 53.04 -1.62 0
Skullcandy, Inc. 0.00 0.00 0.00 300
Universal Electronics Inc. 244.89 569.07 -7.78 2,309
Be Aerospace Inc 6,704.88 3,483.70 365.60 10,057
Applied Biosciences Corp. 0.00 0.86 -0.96 1
Empire Global Gaming Inc. 13.91 0.00 -0.21 1
Gaming Partners International Corp 110.59 80.37 2.70 704
Anixter International Inc 3,385.61 8,808.80 259.50 8,700
Bel Fuse Inc 52.46 510.50 35.84 0
Benchmark Electronics Inc. 877.04 2,569.05 48.67 10,500
Ceetop Inc. 0.00 0.00 0.00 24
Directview Holdings Inc 0.00 3.36 -5.51 9
Cyalume Technologies Holdings, Inc. 24.38 43.26 1.76 462
Graybar Electric Company Inc. 0.00 9,688.80 365.60 8,300
Wesco International Inc. 0.00 19,739.82 642.26 0
Addvantage Technologies Group Inc. 22.43 89.97 -1.91 178
Mdu Resources Group Inc 5,746.08 6,166.62 328.24 9,598
Endurance Exploration Group, Inc. 1.73 0.00 -0.36 5
Handy & Harman Ltd. 401.51 602.43 40.60 3,400
Cemtrex Inc. 5.22 51.74 -19.79 577
Highway Holdings Limited 9.63 12.37 0.47 260
Proto Labs Inc 994.35 515.54 22.62 1,700
Rada Electronic Industries Ltd 516.30 117.24 25.07 93
Macquarie Infrastructure Holdings Llc 367.53 480.12 2,681.71 3,600
Nacco Industries Inc. 338.57 217.24 124.34 3,600
Duo World Inc. 2.13 0.08 -0.28 100
Endurance International Group Holdings Inc 1,396.73 1,101.81 18.58 3,664
Inspired Entertainment Inc. 284.73 276.50 32.80 0
Web.com Group, Inc. 1,373.36 750.88 51.69 3,600
Internap Corp 2.05 291.51 -138.17 503
Cirrus Logic Inc. 4,365.36 1,689.30 251.69 1,596
Dsp Group Inc 530.62 138.10 -3.13 328
Iec Electronics Corp 169.49 188.66 4.14 565
Kimball Electronics Inc 442.26 1,305.16 35.76 5,700
Osi Systems inc. 1,332.12 1,183.24 115.35 0
Plexus Corp. 2,462.84 3,530.76 121.13 16,000
Sigmatron International Inc. 30.65 398.70 2.44 2,993
Smtc Corporation 170.40 386.45 -0.58 1,171
Sparton Corp. 182.04 378.91 -7.77 1,531
Ttm Technologies Inc. 1,386.51 2,361.74 74.38 29,000
Viavi Solutions Inc. 2,931.71 1,292.40 15.50 3,500
Aviat Networks Inc. 340.33 302.96 21.16 704
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Ntt Docomo Inc 0.00 40,793.23 4,428.91 26,374
Fabrinet 3,447.21 2,262.22 200.38 10,579
Iteris inc. 124.60 133.15 -12.56 0
Shoretel Inc 456.07 332.70 -9.29 1,158
Ag&e Holdings Inc. 0.22 2.82 -0.95 76
Galaxy Gaming Inc. 64.62 22.55 0.34 0
SUBTOTAL 2,844,067.58 1,904,233.11 170,690.40 2,503,920
       
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