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Centric Brands's Suppliers Performance

JOEZ's Supply Chain

 
JOEZ Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Centric Brands's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 6.66 % year on year in Q2 2019, sequentially sales grew by 125.85 %, Centric Brands's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, compare to one quarter ago cost of sales fell by -24 % in Q2.

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Centric Brands's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 6.66 % year on year in Q2 2019, sequentially sales grew by 125.85 %, Centric Brands recorded increase in cost of sales by 1350.1 % year on year, compare to one quarter ago cost of sales fell by -24 % in Q2.

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Centric Brands's Comment on Supply Chain


Our products are primarily produced by, and purchased or procured from, independent manufacturing contractors, many of whom are located outside of the United States. Substantially all of the total revenue for the Robert Graham Business was attributable to manufacturing contractors located outside of the United States, with approximately 92 percent of Robert Graham's purchase attributable to manufacturing contractors located in Asia, including India. 51 percent of the total revenue for the Hudson Business was attributable to manufacturing contractors located outside of the United States, with approximately 45 percent of Hudson's purchases attributable to manufacturing contractors located in Mexico. We anticipate that the percentage of our total combined revenue sourced from outside of the United State will increase because of our plan to shift a substantial portion of Hudson's denim production to Mexico, Turkey and other foreign countries. Two of our manufacturing contractors, Top Jeans in Mexico and Atomic Denim in the United States, represented approximately 22 percent of our total purchases of our Hudson product. We do not have a long-term supply agreement with any of our third party manufactures or contractors, and we believe that there are a number of overseas and domestic contractors that could fulfill our requirements in the event that one of our existing manufacturers would not be able to do so. We purchase products in various stages of production from partial to completed finished goods. We control production schedules in order to ensure quality and timely deliveries and conduct all aspects of inventory, warehousing, picking and packing services internally.

For our Hudson® brands, we purchase fabric from independent vendors located domestically and internationally. Our raw materials are principally blends of fabrics, yarns and threads and are available from multiple sources, and our primary suppliers include Candiani, Orta and Italdenim for fabrics and Revolution Group for trims. For our Robert Graham® brand, we source fabrics and trims, but have the factories that produce the final product purchase the raw materials. We do not enter into any long term agreements with our suppliers for either our Hudson® or our Robert Graham® brand, nor are we substantially dependent on any one of them. For our Robert Graham® brand, one of our larger suppliers is a related party. We have not experienced any material shortage of raw material to meet our needs. We continue to explore alternate inventory strategies designed to improve our gross margins. However, there can be no assurance that any change in sourcing will result in enhanced profit margins, similar quality or timely deliveries, but we do believe that continuing to monitor this expense can be beneficial for the growth of our brands.


Centric Brands's Comment on Supply Chain


Our products are primarily produced by, and purchased or procured from, independent manufacturing contractors, many of whom are located outside of the United States. Substantially all of the total revenue for the Robert Graham Business was attributable to manufacturing contractors located outside of the United States, with approximately 92 percent of Robert Graham's purchase attributable to manufacturing contractors located in Asia, including India. 51 percent of the total revenue for the Hudson Business was attributable to manufacturing contractors located outside of the United States, with approximately 45 percent of Hudson's purchases attributable to manufacturing contractors located in Mexico. We anticipate that the percentage of our total combined revenue sourced from outside of the United State will increase because of our plan to shift a substantial portion of Hudson's denim production to Mexico, Turkey and other foreign countries. Two of our manufacturing contractors, Top Jeans in Mexico and Atomic Denim in the United States, represented approximately 22 percent of our total purchases of our Hudson product. We do not have a long-term supply agreement with any of our third party manufactures or contractors, and we believe that there are a number of overseas and domestic contractors that could fulfill our requirements in the event that one of our existing manufacturers would not be able to do so. We purchase products in various stages of production from partial to completed finished goods. We control production schedules in order to ensure quality and timely deliveries and conduct all aspects of inventory, warehousing, picking and packing services internally.

For our Hudson® brands, we purchase fabric from independent vendors located domestically and internationally. Our raw materials are principally blends of fabrics, yarns and threads and are available from multiple sources, and our primary suppliers include Candiani, Orta and Italdenim for fabrics and Revolution Group for trims. For our Robert Graham® brand, we source fabrics and trims, but have the factories that produce the final product purchase the raw materials. We do not enter into any long term agreements with our suppliers for either our Hudson® or our Robert Graham® brand, nor are we substantially dependent on any one of them. For our Robert Graham® brand, one of our larger suppliers is a related party. We have not experienced any material shortage of raw material to meet our needs. We continue to explore alternate inventory strategies designed to improve our gross margins. However, there can be no assurance that any change in sourcing will result in enhanced profit margins, similar quality or timely deliveries, but we do believe that continuing to monitor this expense can be beneficial for the growth of our brands.



JOEZ's Suppliers Net Income grew by JOEZ's Suppliers Net margin fell in Q2 to
2.19 % 9.82 %


Centric Brands Inc.'s Suppliers Sales Growth in Q2 2019 by Industry

Suppliers in Apparel, Footwear & Accessories Industry -7.41 %   
Suppliers in Transport & Logistics Industry      3.99 %
Suppliers in Marine Transportation Industry      0.14 %
     
• JOEZ Suppliers Valuation • JOEZ Segment Rev. Growth • JOEZ Segment Inc. Growth • JOEZ Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





JOEZ's vs. Suppliers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Centric Brands Inc. JOEZ 0 1,474 -278 588
International Textile Group Inc ITXN 0 0 0 4,750
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY ROH 0 0 0 0
Eastman Chemical Co EMN 10,169 9,907 1,053 15,000
Findex Com Inc FIND 4 0 1 7
Diana Containerships Inc. DCIX 7 24 4 298
Expeditors International Of Washington Inc EXPD 13,101 8,382 636 14,670
Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd TNP 350 530 -101 1
Capital Product Partners L.p. CPLP 214 279 0 1
Sfl Corporation Ltd SFL 1,612 419 74 7
Global Ship Lease, Inc. GSL 75 157 -57 8
Seaspan Corp SSW 2,384 1,096 279 3,700
Costamare Inc. CMRE 779 380 67 6
Danaos Corp DAC 185 588 38 1,287
Matson, Inc. MATX 1,586 2,245 93 1,056
Trac Intermodal Llc TRAC 0 0 0 600
Talon International, Inc. TALN 4 45 0 195
Tandy Leather Factory Inc TLF 41 84 2 584
Uniroyal Global Engineered Products, Inc. UNIR 22 97 1 415
Zartex Inc. ZARTEX 0 0 0 1
SUBTOTAL 30,534 24,233 2,088 42,586


             
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