Johnson Controls International Plc  (JCI)
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Johnson Controls International Plc Segments

Interior experience
   47.56 % of total Revenue
Building efficiency
   33.18 % of total Revenue
Power solutions
   19.26 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (Sep. 30. 2015)
(in millions $)
IV. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30. 2015)
(in millions $)
IV. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
Interior experience
4,161.00 47.56 % 370.00 8.89 %
Building efficiency
2,903.00 33.18 % 340.00 11.71 %
Power solutions
1,685.00 19.26 % 340.00 20.18 %
8,749.00 100 % 1,050.00 12 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30. 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
IV. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(Sep. 30. 2015)
Y/Y Income
IV. Quarter
Q/Q Income
Interior experience
-6.6 % -22.97 % 41.22 % 12.8 %
Building efficiency
-34.02 % 6.22 % 36 % 85.79 %
Power solutions
-5.87 % 14.39 % 4.94 % 45.3 %
-17.81 % -8.94 % 25.6 % 40.94 %

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  Johnson Controls International Plc's

Business Segments Description

Building efficiency
Building efficiency is the global leader in delivering integrated control systems, mechanical equipment, services and solutions designed to improve the comfort, safety and energy efficiency of non-residential buildings in more than 125 countries. Approximately 75% of revenues come from technical services and the replacement and upgrade of controls and heating, ventilating and air conditioning mechanical equipment in the existing buildings market, where the Company’s large base of current customers leads to repeat business and low cyclicality. The remaining 25% of revenues is associated with installing controls and equipment during the construction of new buildings. Customer relationships often span entire building lifecycles.

Building efficiency sells its control systems, mechanical equipment and services primarily through the Company’s extensive global network of sales and service offices. Some types of controls and mechanical systems are sold to distributors of air-conditioning, refrigeration and commercial heating systems throughout the world. Approximately 45% of building efficiency’s sales are derived from HVAC products and installed control systems. Approximately 55% originate from its service offerings.

The Company’s systems include York® chillers, air handlers and other HVAC mechanical equipment that provide heating and cooling in non-residential buildings. The Metasys® control system monitors and integrates HVAC equipment with other critical buildings systems to maximize comfort while reducing energy and operating costs. As the largest global supplier of technical services, building efficiency supplements or serves as in-house staff to maintain, optimize and repair building systems made by the Company or by competitors. The Company offers a wide range of solutions such as performance contracting under which energy savings are used by the customer to pay a third party financier for the project costs over a number of years. In addition, workplace solutions provides full-time on-site operations staff and real estate consulting services to help customers, especially multi-national companies, reduce costs and improve the performance of their facility portfolios. The Company’s on-site staff typically self-performs tasks related to the comfort and reliability of the facility, and manages the subcontractors for functions like foodservice and landscaping. Through its unitary products business, the Company produces air conditioning and heating equipment for the residential market.

Automotive experience
Automotive experience designs and manufactures products and systems for passenger cars and light trucks, including vans, pick-up trucks and sport/crossover utility vehicles. The business produces automotive interior systems for original equipment manufacturers and operates approximately 110 wholly- and majority-owned manufacturing or assembly plants in 28 countries worldwide. Additionally, the business has partially-owned affiliates in Asia, Europe, North America and South America.

Automotive experience systems and products include complete seating systems and components; cockpit systems, including instrument clusters, information displays and body controllers; overhead systems, including headliners and electronic convenience features; floor consoles; and door systems.

The business operates assembly plants that supply automotive manufacturers with complete seats on a “just-in-time/in-sequence” basis. Seats are assembled to specific order and delivered on a predetermined schedule directly to an automotive assembly line. Certain of the business’s other automotive interior systems are also supplied on a “just-in-time/in-sequence” basis. Foam and metal seating components, seat covers, seat mechanisms and other components are shipped to these plants from the business’s production facilities or outside suppliers.

The business has substantially grown its interior systems capabilities through internal growth aided by acquisitions. In fiscal year 2002, the business expanded its capabilities in vehicle electronics with its acquisition of the automotive electronics business of France-based Sagem SA. In fiscal year 2003, the Company acquired Borg Instruments AG, an automotive electronics company with headquarters in Germany.

Power solutions
Power solutions services both automotive original equipment vehicle manufacturers and the battery aftermarket by providing advanced battery technology, coupled with systems engineering, marketing and service expertise. The Company is the largest automotive battery manufacturer in the world, producing more than 110 million lead-acid batteries annually in approximately 60 manufacturing or assembly plants in 9 countries. Investments in new product and process technology have expanded product offerings to nickel-metal-hydride and lithium-ion battery technology to power hybrid vehicles.

In fiscal year 2002, power solutions expanded its battery operations into the European market through the acquisition of the German automotive battery manufacturer Hoppecke Automotive GmbH and Co. KG. In fiscal year 2003, the Company continued its expansion into the European market with its acquisition of VARTA Automotive GmbH and the 80% majority ownership in VB Autobatterie GmbH (collectively “VARTA”), a major European automotive battery manufacturer headquartered in Germany. In fiscal year 2004, the Company acquired the remaining 51% interest in its Latin American joint venture with Grupo IMSA, S.A. de C. V. In fiscal year 2005, the Company acquired Delphi Corporation’s global battery business and received a global long-term contract to supply General Motors Corporation with original equipment and original equipment service batteries. The acquisitions support the Company’s growth strategies and provide new opportunities to strengthen the Company’s global leadership position in the automotive battery industry. Batteries and plastic battery containers are manufactured at wholly and partially owned plants in North America, South America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

Building efficiency
The building efficiency business conducts certain of its operations through thousands of individual contracts that are either negotiated or awarded on a competitive basis. Key factors in the award of contracts include system and service quality, price, design, reputation, technology, efficiency, acoustics, application engineering capability and construction management expertise. Competition for contracts includes many regional, national and international controls providers; larger competitors include Honeywell International, Inc.; Siemens Building Technologies, an operating group of Siemens AG; Carrier Corporation, a subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation; The Trane Company, a subsidiary of American Standard Companies Inc.; Rheem Manufacturing Company; Lennox International, Inc.; and Goodman Global, Inc. The services market is highly fragmented, with no one company being dominant. Sales of these services are largely dependent upon numerous individual contracts with commercial businesses worldwide; the loss of any individual contract would not have a material adverse effect on the Company.

Automotive experience
The automotive experience business faces competition from other automotive suppliers and, with respect to certain products, from the automobile manufacturers who produce or have the capability to produce certain products the business supplies. Competition is based on technology, quality, reliability of delivery and price. Design, engineering and product planning are increasingly important factors. Independent suppliers that represent the principal automotive experience competitors include Lear Corporation, Faurecia SA, and Magna Automotive Inc.

Power solutions
Approximately 80% of automotive battery sales worldwide in fiscal year 2006 were to the automotive replacement market, with the remaining sales to the original equipment market. Power solutions is the principal supplier of batteries to many of the largest merchants in the battery aftermarket, including Advance Auto Parts, AutoZone, Robert Bosch GmbH, Costco, Interstate Battery System of America, Pep Boys, Sears, Roebuck & Co and Wal-Mart stores. Automotive batteries are sold throughout the world under private label and under the Company’s brand names (Optima®, Varta®, LTH® and Heliar®) to automotive replacement battery retailers and distributors and to automobile manufacturers as original equipment. The power solutions business primarily competes in the battery market with Exide Technologies, GS Yuasa Corporation, East Penn Manufacturing Company and Fiamm Group.


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