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Avery Dennison Corporation  (AVY)
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Avery Dennison Corporation Segments

 
Pressure-sensitive
   73.49 % of total Revenue
Retail Information Services
   25.32 % of total Revenue
Vancive Medical Technologies
   1.19 % of total Revenue
 

Business Segments (June 29, 2015)
Revenues
(in millions $)
II. Quarter
%
(of total Revenues)
(June 29, 2015)
Income
(in millions $)
II. Quarter
%
(Profit Margin)
Pressure-sensitive
1,114.10 73.49 % 129.80 11.65 %
Retail Information Services
383.80 25.32 % 10.00 2.61 %
Vancive Medical Technologies
18.10 1.19 % -1.40 -
Total
1,516.00 100 % 138.40 9.13 %

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Growth rates by Segment (June 29, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
%
II. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
%
(June 29, 2015)
Y/Y Income
%
II. Quarter
Q/Q Income
%
Pressure-sensitive
-5.66 % -0.58 % 50.06 % 5.61 %
Retail Information Services
-7.38 % -1.11 % -64.66 % -47.92 %
Vancive Medical Technologies
-11.71 % -6.22 % - -
Total
-6.18 % -0.79 % 22.37 % -1.14 %

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  Avery Dennison's

Business Segments Description



Pressure-sensitive Materials Segment

The Pressure-sensitive Materials segment manufactures and sells Fasson-, JAC- and Avery Dennison-brand pressure-sensitive base materials, graphic films, reflective highway safety products, and performance polymers. The business of this segment is generally not seasonal, except for certain highway safety products. Base materials consist primarily of papers, plastic films, metal foils and fabrics, which are coated with Company-developed and purchased adhesives, and then laminated with specially coated backing papers and films. They are sold in roll or sheet form with either solid or patterned adhesive coatings, and are available in a wide range of face materials, sizes, thicknesses and adhesive properties. Base materials are sold to label printers and converters for labeling, decorating, fastening, electronic data processing and special applications on a worldwide basis.

Graphic products consist of a variety of films and other products sold to the automotive, architectural, commercial sign, digital printing, and other related markets. We also sell durable cast and reflective films to the construction, automotive, fleet transportation, sign and industrial equipment markets, scrim-reinforced vinyl material for banner sign applications, and reflective films and highway safety products for traffic and safety applications. In addition, we sell specialty print-receptive films to the industrial label market, metallic dispersion products to the packaging industry and proprietary woodgrain film laminates for housing exteriors and automotive applications. Our graphics businesses are organized on a worldwide basis to serve the expanding commercial graphic arts market, including wide-format digital printing applications. We also manufacture and sell proprietary films that are used for outdoor, weather-resistant applications.

Performance polymer products include a range of solvent- and emulsion-based acrylic polymer adhesives, protective coatings and other polymer additives for internal use, as well as for sale to other companies.

In this segment, our larger competitors are Raflatac, a subsidiary of UPM; MACtac, a division of the Bemis Company; and 3M Company (for graphic and reflective products). Entry of competitors into the field of pressure-sensitive adhesives and materials may be limited by capital requirements and a need for technical knowledge. We believe that our relative size and scale of operations, our ability to serve our customers with a broad line of quality products and service programs, our distribution and brand strength, and the development and commercialization of new products are among the more significant factors in developing and maintaining our competitive position.

Office and Consumer Products Segment

The Office and Consumer Products segment manufactures and sells a wide range of Avery brand products and label products. The business of this segment is seasonal, with higher volume related to the back-to-school season.

This segment’s products are generally sold through office products superstores, mass market distributors, wholesalers and dealers. We manufacture and sell a wide range of Avery brand products for office, school and home uses: printable media, such as copier, ink-jet and laser printer labels, related computer software, ink-jet and laser printer card and index products, and organization, filing and presentation products, such as binders, dividers and sheet protectors. We also offer a wide range of other stationery products, including writing instruments, markers, adhesives and specialty products under brand names, such as Avery, Marks-A-Lot and HI-LITER. The extent of product offerings varies by geographic market.

In this segment, our larger competitors are Fortune Brands, Inc. and Esselte Corporation. We believe that our brand strength, large installed base of software that facilitates the use of many of our products, our ability to serve our customers with a broad line of quality products, and the development and commercialization of new products are among the more significant factors in developing and maintaining our competitive position.

Retail Information Services Segment

The Retail Information Services segment designs, manufactures and sells a wide variety of price marking and brand identification products for retailers, apparel manufacturers, distributors and industrial customers on a worldwide basis. This business is seasonal, with higher volumes in advance of the back-to-school and holiday shopping periods.

Our brand identification products include woven and printed labels, graphic tags and barcode tags. Our information management products include price tickets, carton labels and printing applications for supply chain and security management. And our solution enabling products include barcode printers, molded plastic fastening and application devices and security management products.

In September 2004, we completed the acquisition of Rinke Etiketten, a privately held company based in Sprockhövel, Germany, to support growth in this segment.

In this segment, our largest competitor is Paxar Corporation. We believe that our ability to serve our customers with product innovation, a comprehensive brand identification and information management product line, our global distribution network, and technical foundation, are among the more significant factors in developing and maintaining our competitive position.

Other Specialty Converting Businesses

Other specialty converting businesses include specialty tapes and industrial and automotive products businesses. These businesses manufacture and sell specialty tapes, highly engineered films, pressure-sensitive postage stamps and other converted products. These businesses are generally not seasonal, except for certain automotive products due to typical summer plant shutdowns by automotive manufacturers.

The specialty tapes business manufactures and sells single- and double-coated tapes and adhesive transfer tapes for use in non-mechanical fastening, bonding and sealing systems in various industries, which are sold to industrial and medical original equipment manufacturers, converters, and disposable diaper producers worldwide. These products are sold in roll form and are available in a wide range of face materials, sizes, thicknesses and adhesive properties.

Our industrial and automotive products businesses primarily consist of custom pressure-sensitive and heat-seal labels for the automotive and durable goods industries. These products are sold primarily to original equipment manufacturers. We also manufacture and sell self-adhesive battery labels to a battery manufacturer, and self-adhesive stamps to the U.S. Postal Service. Specialty automotive film products are used for interior and exterior vehicle finishes.

We compete with a number of diverse businesses. Our largest competitor for this group of businesses is 3M Company in the specialty tapes business. Entry of competitors into these specialty converting businesses may be limited by capital and technical requirements. We believe that our ability to serve our customers with quality products and the development and commercialization of new products are among the more significant factors in developing and maintaining our competitive position.

   

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