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Tyson Foods's Customers Performance

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TSN's Source of Revenues Tyson Foods's Customers have recorded an increase in their cost of revenue by 16.93 % in the 2 quarter 2019 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 7.42 %, for the same period Tyson Foods, Inc. recorded revenue increase by 8.3 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 4.23 %.

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Tyson Foods's Customers have recorded an increase in their cost of revenue by 16.93 % in the 2 quarter 2019 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 7.42 %, for the same period Tyson Foods, Inc. recorded revenue increase by 8.3 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 4.23 %.

List of TSN Customers


   
Customers Net Income fell in Q2 by Customers Net margin fell to %
-7.9 % 3.64 %



Tyson Foods's Customers, Q2 2019 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry -2.06 %   
Customers in Furniture & Fixtures Industry -9.44 %   
Customers in Agricultural Production Industry      104.79 %
Customers in Office Supplies Industry      6.69 %
Customers in Internet, Mail Order & Online Shops Industry      19.89 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Tyson Foods's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. accounted for 13.0% of our consolidated sales. Sales to Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. were included in the Chicken, Beef, Pork and Prepared Foods segments. Any extended discontinuance of sales to this customer could, if not replaced, have a material impact on our operations. No other single customer or customer group represented more than 10% of consolidated sales.

Our principal marketing objective is to be the primary provider of chicken, beef, pork and prepared foods products for our customers and consumers. As such, we utilize our national distribution system and customer support services to achieve the leading market position for our products. On an ongoing basis, we identify distinct markets and business opportunities through continuous consumer and market research. In addition to supporting strong regional brands across multiple protein lines, we build the Tyson brand and Tyson owned brands primarily through well-defined product-specific advertising and public relations efforts focused toward key consumer targets with specific needs. These efforts are designed to present key Tyson products as everyday solutions to relevant consumer problems thereby becoming part of regular eating routines.

We have the ability to produce and ship fresh, frozen and refrigerated products worldwide. Domestically, our distribution system extends to a broad network of food distributors and is supported by our owned or leased cold storage warehouses, public cold storage facilities and our transportation system. Our distribution centers accumulate fresh and frozen products so we can fill and consolidate partial-truckload orders into full truckloads, thereby decreasing shipping costs while increasing customer service. In addition, we provide our customers a wide selection of products that do not require large volume orders. Our distribution system enables us to supply large or small quantities of products to meet customer requirements anywhere in the continental United States. Internationally, we utilize both rail and truck refrigerated transportation to domestic ports, where consolidations take place to transport to foreign destinations.

Our agreements with customers are generally short-term, primarily due to the nature of our products, industry practices and fluctuations in supply, demand and price for such products. In certain instances where we are selling further processed products to large customers, we may enter into written agreements whereby we will act as the exclusive or preferred supplier to the customer, with pricing terms that are either fixed or variable.


Tyson Foods's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. accounted for 13.0% of our consolidated sales. Sales to Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. were included in the Chicken, Beef, Pork and Prepared Foods segments. Any extended discontinuance of sales to this customer could, if not replaced, have a material impact on our operations. No other single customer or customer group represented more than 10% of consolidated sales.

Our principal marketing objective is to be the primary provider of chicken, beef, pork and prepared foods products for our customers and consumers. As such, we utilize our national distribution system and customer support services to achieve the leading market position for our products. On an ongoing basis, we identify distinct markets and business opportunities through continuous consumer and market research. In addition to supporting strong regional brands across multiple protein lines, we build the Tyson brand and Tyson owned brands primarily through well-defined product-specific advertising and public relations efforts focused toward key consumer targets with specific needs. These efforts are designed to present key Tyson products as everyday solutions to relevant consumer problems thereby becoming part of regular eating routines.

We have the ability to produce and ship fresh, frozen and refrigerated products worldwide. Domestically, our distribution system extends to a broad network of food distributors and is supported by our owned or leased cold storage warehouses, public cold storage facilities and our transportation system. Our distribution centers accumulate fresh and frozen products so we can fill and consolidate partial-truckload orders into full truckloads, thereby decreasing shipping costs while increasing customer service. In addition, we provide our customers a wide selection of products that do not require large volume orders. Our distribution system enables us to supply large or small quantities of products to meet customer requirements anywhere in the continental United States. Internationally, we utilize both rail and truck refrigerated transportation to domestic ports, where consolidations take place to transport to foreign destinations.

Our agreements with customers are generally short-term, primarily due to the nature of our products, industry practices and fluctuations in supply, demand and price for such products. In certain instances where we are selling further processed products to large customers, we may enter into written agreements whereby we will act as the exclusive or preferred supplier to the customer, with pricing terms that are either fixed or variable.








TSN's vs. Customers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Tyson Foods, Inc. TSN 33,004 41,520 2,200 124,000
Planet Green Holdings Corp. ALN 1 3 93 3,150
Mamamancinis Holdings, Inc. MMMB 13 28 1 500
Mosaic Co MOS 6,948 9,525 261 9,100
China Green Agriculture, Inc. CGA 217 296 -11 17
Kiwa Bio-tech Products Group Corp KWBT 15 34 -2 1
Innophos Holdings, Inc. IPHS 545 766 29 1,319
Walmart Inc. WMT 319,855 515,640 8,809 2,200,000
WHOLE FOODS MARKET, INC. WFMI 0 0 0 0
Hg Holdings, Inc. STLY 9 97 1 71
Supervalu Inc SVU 1,267 14,620 -20 38,500
Ethan Allen Interiors Inc ETH 489 747 26 5,200
Lowes Companies Inc LOW 84,793 71,690 2,372 175,000
Limited Brands Inc LTD 0 0 0 0
Target Corp TGT 53,763 76,202 3,014 347,000
Bassett Furniture Industries Inc BSET 138 459 6 2,237
Dillards, Inc. DDS 1,448 6,464 168 40,000
Amazon Com Inc AMZN 880,059 252,063 12,096 117,300
Virco Mfg Corporation VIRC 70 205 -1 695
Hni Corporation HNI 1,317 2,215 89 10,400
Miller Herman Inc MLHR 2,409 2,567 161 7,607
Knoll, Inc. KNL 1,105 1,382 85 3,386
Steelcase Inc SCS 1,820 3,514 127 11,000
SUBTOTAL 1,356,279 958,517 27,303 2,972,483


             
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