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Nike Inc 's Suppliers Performance

NKE's Supply Chain

 
NKE Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Nike Inc 's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -3.26 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 14.63 %, Nike Inc 's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 47.8 % in Q3.

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Nike Inc 's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -3.26 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 14.63 %, Nike Inc recorded increase in cost of sales by 1.11 % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 47.8 % in Q3.

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Nike Inc 's Comment on Supply Chain


We are supplied by approximately 150 footwear factories located in 14 countries. The largest single footwear factory accounted for approximately 5% of total NIKE Brand footwear production. Virtually all of our footwear is manufactured outside of the United States by independent contract manufacturers who often operate multiple factories. Contract factories in Vietnam, China, and Indonesia manufactured approximately 43%, 28%, and 25% of total NIKE Brand footwear, respectively. We also have manufacturing agreements with independent factories in Argentina, Brazil, India, and Mexico to manufacture footwear for sale primarily within those countries.


We are supplied by approximately 430 apparel factories located in 41 countries. The largest single apparel factory accounted for approximately 7% of total NIKE Brand apparel production. Virtually all of our apparel is manufactured outside of the United States by independent contract manufacturers who often operate multiple factories. In fiscal 2014, most of this apparel production occurred in China, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Malaysia.One apparel contract manufacturer accounted for greater than 10% of apparel production, and the top five contract manufacturers in aggregate accounted for approximately 34% of NIKE Brand apparel production.
The principal materials used in our footwear products are natural and synthetic rubber, plastic compounds, foam cushioning materials, nylon, leather, canvas, and polyurethane films used to make NIKE Air-Sole cushioning components.

NIKE IHM, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of NIKE, Inc., with facilities near Beaverton, Oregon and in St. Louis, Missouri, as well as independent contractors in China and Vietnam, were our largest suppliers of the Air-Sole cushioning components used in footwear. The principal materials used in our apparel products are natural and synthetic fabrics and threads (both virgin and recycled), specialized performance fabrics designed to efficiently wick moisture away from the body, retain heat, repel rain and/or snow, as well as plastic and metal hardware. NIKE’s independent contractors and suppliers buy raw materials in bulk for the manufacturing of our footwear, apparel, and equipment products. Most raw materials are available and purchased by those independent contractors and suppliers in the countries where manufacturing takes place. NIKE's independent contract manufacturers and suppliers have thus far experienced little difficulty in satisfying raw material requirements for the production of our products.

Since 1972, Sojitz Corporation of America (“Sojitz America”), a large Japanese trading company and the sole owner of our redeemable preferred stock, has performed significant import-export financing services for us. Sojitz America provided financing and purchasing services for NIKE Brand products sold in certain NIKE markets including Argentina, Uruguay, Canada, Brazil, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, South Africa, and Thailand, excluding products produced and sold in the same country. Approximately 8% of NIKE Brand sales occurred in those countries. Any failure of Sojitz America to provide these services or any failure of Sojitz America’s banks could disrupt our ability to acquire products from our suppliers and to deliver products to our customers in those markets. Such a disruption could result in canceled orders that would adversely affect sales and profitability. However, we believe that any such disruption would be short-term in duration due to the ready availability of alternative sources of financing at competitive rates.


Nike Inc 's Comment on Supply Chain


We are supplied by approximately 150 footwear factories located in 14 countries. The largest single footwear factory accounted for approximately 5% of total NIKE Brand footwear production. Virtually all of our footwear is manufactured outside of the United States by independent contract manufacturers who often operate multiple factories. Contract factories in Vietnam, China, and Indonesia manufactured approximately 43%, 28%, and 25% of total NIKE Brand footwear, respectively. We also have manufacturing agreements with independent factories in Argentina, Brazil, India, and Mexico to manufacture footwear for sale primarily within those countries.


We are supplied by approximately 430 apparel factories located in 41 countries. The largest single apparel factory accounted for approximately 7% of total NIKE Brand apparel production. Virtually all of our apparel is manufactured outside of the United States by independent contract manufacturers who often operate multiple factories. In fiscal 2014, most of this apparel production occurred in China, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Malaysia.One apparel contract manufacturer accounted for greater than 10% of apparel production, and the top five contract manufacturers in aggregate accounted for approximately 34% of NIKE Brand apparel production.
The principal materials used in our footwear products are natural and synthetic rubber, plastic compounds, foam cushioning materials, nylon, leather, canvas, and polyurethane films used to make NIKE Air-Sole cushioning components.

NIKE IHM, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of NIKE, Inc., with facilities near Beaverton, Oregon and in St. Louis, Missouri, as well as independent contractors in China and Vietnam, were our largest suppliers of the Air-Sole cushioning components used in footwear. The principal materials used in our apparel products are natural and synthetic fabrics and threads (both virgin and recycled), specialized performance fabrics designed to efficiently wick moisture away from the body, retain heat, repel rain and/or snow, as well as plastic and metal hardware. NIKE’s independent contractors and suppliers buy raw materials in bulk for the manufacturing of our footwear, apparel, and equipment products. Most raw materials are available and purchased by those independent contractors and suppliers in the countries where manufacturing takes place. NIKE's independent contract manufacturers and suppliers have thus far experienced little difficulty in satisfying raw material requirements for the production of our products.

Since 1972, Sojitz Corporation of America (“Sojitz America”), a large Japanese trading company and the sole owner of our redeemable preferred stock, has performed significant import-export financing services for us. Sojitz America provided financing and purchasing services for NIKE Brand products sold in certain NIKE markets including Argentina, Uruguay, Canada, Brazil, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, South Africa, and Thailand, excluding products produced and sold in the same country. Approximately 8% of NIKE Brand sales occurred in those countries. Any failure of Sojitz America to provide these services or any failure of Sojitz America’s banks could disrupt our ability to acquire products from our suppliers and to deliver products to our customers in those markets. Such a disruption could result in canceled orders that would adversely affect sales and profitability. However, we believe that any such disruption would be short-term in duration due to the ready availability of alternative sources of financing at competitive rates.



NKE's Suppliers Net profit fell by NKE's Suppliers Net margin fell in Q3 to
-8.35 % 8.54 %


Nike Inc 's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q3 2020 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry -4.8 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry -0.22 %   
Suppliers in Apparel, Footwear & Accessories Industry -31.14 %   
Suppliers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry -8.84 %   
Suppliers in Food Processing Industry -9.77 %   
Suppliers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry -23.87 %   
Suppliers in Software & Programming Industry      25.46 %
Suppliers in Transport & Logistics Industry      6.5 %
Suppliers in Railroads Industry -11.13 %   
Suppliers in Marine Transportation Industry      12.78 %
     
• NKE Suppliers Valuation • NKE Segment Rev. Growth • NKE Segment Inc. Growth • NKE Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





NKE's vs. Suppliers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Nike Inc 215,956 37,337 2,690 62,600
Dupont De Nemours Inc 47,649 20,679 -2,516 63,000
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY 0 0 0 0
Eastman Chemical Co 13,622 8,492 482 15,000
Dow Inc 41,786 35,427 -2,255 53,000
Hub Group Inc 1,872 3,444 79 2,568
Janel Corp 5 78 -3 101
Con-way Inc. 0 5,473 99 30,100
Csx Corporation 70,748 10,643 2,776 24,000
Union Pacific Corporation 140,260 19,604 5,372 47,201
Norfolk Southern Corporation 61,888 9,906 2,008 29,482
Yrc Worldwide Inc 217 4,839 -51 33,000
Arcbest Corporation 1,132 2,841 42 13,238
Covenant Logistics Group Inc 320 849 -16 0
Hunt J B Transport Services Inc 14,509 9,349 497 20,158
Old Dominion Freight Line Inc 24,016 3,941 589 16,443
Werner Enterprises Inc 2,793 2,374 157 188
Saia Inc 4,584 1,789 120 8,900
Celadon Group Inc 88 681 23 6,415
Heartland Express Inc 1,527 657 73 4,500
Marten Transport Ltd 1,466 864 66 3,240
Usa Truck inc 77 523 -5 2,800
Dthera Sciences 0 0 -3 0
Knight swift Transportation Holdings Inc 6,988 4,593 336 5,485
Pam Transportation Services Inc 264 468 -10 2,911
Swift Transportation Co 4,231 4,118 155 21,274
C h Robinson Worldwide Inc 12,757 15,451 458 11,521
Performance Shipping Inc 0 27 -32 0
Expeditors International Of Washington Inc 15,417 8,992 636 14,670
Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd 0 597 14 1
Capital Product Partners L.p. 142 279 0 1
Sfl Corporation Ltd 769 459 89 7
Global Ship Lease Inc 108 261 40 8
Seaspan Corp 2,109 1,096 279 3,700
Costamare Inc. 833 478 99 6
Danaos Corporation 217 447 131 1,287
Matson inc 2,601 2,224 123 1,056
Findex Com Inc 2 1 1 7
International Textile Group Inc 0 0 0 4,750
Talon International, Inc. 2 45 0 195
Tandy Leather Factory Inc 27 84 2 584
Uniroyal Global Engineered Products Inc 11 63 -1 415
Fuller H B Co 2,783 2,786 123 4,400
Chase Corp 1,019 261 34 677
Adm Tronics Unlimited Inc 8 3 0 21
Huntsman Corporation 5,674 6,007 1,014 15,000
Quaker Chemical Corporation 4,448 1,423 7 2,020
Rpm International Inc 11,214 5,641 379 13,394
Westlake Chemical Corporation 9,957 7,422 335 8,870
Westlake Chemical Partners Lp 771 994 358 141
Echo Global Logistics inc 791 2,289 6 2,350
Radiant Logistics Inc 302 855 12 758
Roadrunner Transportation Systems Inc 76 1,848 -341 4,645
Trecora Resources 173 212 27 310
Alteryx Inc 8,190 491 -16 555
Schneider National Inc 3,787 4,444 191 19,600
Flex Ltd 8,432 23,021 324 200,000
SUBTOTAL 532,665 239,835 12,310 713,953


       
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