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Gibraltar Industries, Inc.  (ROCK)
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    Sector  Basic Materials    Industry Iron & Steel
   Industry Iron & Steel
   Sector  Basic Materials
 

Gibraltar Industries's Suppliers Performance

ROCK's Supply Chain

 
ROCK Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Gibraltar Industries's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -1.62 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 27.24 %, Gibraltar Industries's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 8.49 % in Q2.

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Gibraltar Industries's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -1.62 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 27.24 %, Gibraltar Industries recorded increase in cost of sales by 1.82 % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 8.49 % in Q2.

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Gibraltar Industries's Comment on Supply Chain


Our business is required to maintain sufficient quantities of raw material inventory in order to accommodate our customers’ short lead times. Accordingly, we plan our purchases to maintain raw materials at sufficient levels to satisfy the anticipated needs of our customers. We have implemented enterprise resource planning systems to better manage our inventory, forecast customer orders, enable efficient supply chain management, and allow for more timely counter-measures to changing customer demand and market conditions.


The primary raw materials we purchase are flat-rolled and plate steel, aluminum, and resins. We purchase flat-rolled and plate steel and aluminum at regular intervals on an as-needed basis, primarily from the major North American mills, as well as, a limited amount from domestic service centers and foreign steel importers. Substantially all of our resins are purchased from domestic vendors, primarily through distributors, with a small amount direct from manufacturers. Supply has historically been adequate from these sources to fulfill our needs. Because of our strategy to develop longstanding relationships in our supply chain, we have been able to adjust our deliveries of raw materials to match our required inventory positions to support our on-time deliveries to customers while allowing us to manage our investment in inventory and working capital.


The cost of our raw material purchases of steel, aluminum, and resins is significantly linked to commodity markets. The markets for commodities are highly cyclical and the costs of purchasing these raw materials can be volatile due to a number of factors including general economic conditions, domestic and worldwide demand, labor costs, competition, import duties, tariffs, and currency exchange rates. Changes in commodity costs not only impact the cost of our raw materials but also influence the prices we offer our customers. We have largely managed fluctuations in the market by maintaining lean inventory levels and increasing the efficiency of our manufacturing processes. However, in limited situations, where we have fixed price contracts to supply goods covering multiple quarters, we have used hedge contracts to mitigate the risk of changes in commodity costs.


We purchase natural gas and electricity from suppliers in proximity to our operations.
Even though we have long-term relationships with our suppliers, we have no long-term contractual commitments. Management continually examines and improves our purchasing practices across our geographically dispersed facilities in order to streamline purchasing across similar commodities.


Gibraltar Industries's Comment on Supply Chain


Our business is required to maintain sufficient quantities of raw material inventory in order to accommodate our customers’ short lead times. Accordingly, we plan our purchases to maintain raw materials at sufficient levels to satisfy the anticipated needs of our customers. We have implemented enterprise resource planning systems to better manage our inventory, forecast customer orders, enable efficient supply chain management, and allow for more timely counter-measures to changing customer demand and market conditions.


The primary raw materials we purchase are flat-rolled and plate steel, aluminum, and resins. We purchase flat-rolled and plate steel and aluminum at regular intervals on an as-needed basis, primarily from the major North American mills, as well as, a limited amount from domestic service centers and foreign steel importers. Substantially all of our resins are purchased from domestic vendors, primarily through distributors, with a small amount direct from manufacturers. Supply has historically been adequate from these sources to fulfill our needs. Because of our strategy to develop longstanding relationships in our supply chain, we have been able to adjust our deliveries of raw materials to match our required inventory positions to support our on-time deliveries to customers while allowing us to manage our investment in inventory and working capital.


The cost of our raw material purchases of steel, aluminum, and resins is significantly linked to commodity markets. The markets for commodities are highly cyclical and the costs of purchasing these raw materials can be volatile due to a number of factors including general economic conditions, domestic and worldwide demand, labor costs, competition, import duties, tariffs, and currency exchange rates. Changes in commodity costs not only impact the cost of our raw materials but also influence the prices we offer our customers. We have largely managed fluctuations in the market by maintaining lean inventory levels and increasing the efficiency of our manufacturing processes. However, in limited situations, where we have fixed price contracts to supply goods covering multiple quarters, we have used hedge contracts to mitigate the risk of changes in commodity costs.


We purchase natural gas and electricity from suppliers in proximity to our operations.
Even though we have long-term relationships with our suppliers, we have no long-term contractual commitments. Management continually examines and improves our purchasing practices across our geographically dispersed facilities in order to streamline purchasing across similar commodities.



ROCK's Suppliers Net profit fell by ROCK's Suppliers Net margin grew in Q2 to
-0.87 % 20.18 %


Gibraltar Industries, Inc.'s Suppliers Sales Growth in Q2 2019 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry -3.64 %   
Suppliers in Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber Industry -36.01 %   
Suppliers in Iron & Steel Industry -2.41 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry -3.96 %   
Suppliers in Construction & Mining Machinery Industry -21.85 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry -3.32 %   
Suppliers in Conglomerates Industry -7.19 %   
Suppliers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry      1.86 %
Suppliers in Consumer Financial Services Industry -3.4 %   
Suppliers in Investment Services Industry -3.95 %   
Suppliers in Money Center Banks Industry      2 %
Suppliers in Regional Banks Industry      1.86 %
Suppliers in S&Ls Savings Banks Industry      12.75 %
Suppliers in Commercial Banks Industry      6.1 %
Suppliers in Software & Programming Industry      28.51 %
Suppliers in Home Improvement Industry      2.18 %
     
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ROCK's vs. Suppliers, Data

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



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Gibraltar Industries, Inc. ROCK 1,508 1,011 59 2,311
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American River Bankshares AMRB 79 23 5 100
Air Products & Chemicals Inc APD 49,162 8,935 1,750 19,700
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Bankfinancial Corp BFIN 190 61 16 230
The Bank Of New York Mellon Corporation BK 0 15,881 4,339 50,300
Bok Financial Corp Et Al BOKF 5,736 1,665 479 4,789
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Brookline Bancorp Inc BRKL 1,181 270 88 675
Cordia Bancorp Inc BVA 0 0 0 55
Citigroup Inc C 158,742 72,847 18,466 241,000
Commerce Bancshares, Inc. CBSH 6,677 1,294 430 4,391
Chemours Co CC 2,727 5,876 607 7,000
Community Choice Financial Inc. CCFI 0 454 -176 3,356
Countrywide Financial Corporation CFC 0 0 0 0
Citizens Financial Group Inc CFG 16,480 5,949 1,746 17,000
California First National Bancorp CFNB 195 24 8 107
Cullen CFR 5,638 1,321 465 4,211
Cit Group Inc. CIT 4,407 2,220 480 3,360
Comerica Incorporated CMA 10,100 3,347 1,265 8,876
Commercial Metals Co CMC 2,141 5,432 164 8,388
Community First Inc CMFT 0 20 4 106
Commercial Bancshares Inc Oh CMOH 0 0 0 72
Connectone Bancorp, Inc. CNBC 0 162 68 166
Congaree Bancshares Inc CNRB 0 0 0 20
Capital One Financial Corp COF 43,880 22,767 6,252 46,000
Csw Industrials, Inc. CSWI 1,045 385 103 750
Reliant Bancorp, Inc. CUBN 286 45 8 226
City National Corp CYN 0 0 0 3,570
Citizens Bancshares Corp CZBS 0 0 0 97
Dcb Financial Corp DCBF 0 0 0 164
Dupont De Nemours, Inc. DD 53,628 22,791 -5,759 63,000
Embassy Bancorp, Inc. EMYB 119 34 11 76
Equity Bancshares Inc EQBK 437 132 25 297
East West Bancorp, Inc. EWBC 6,625 1,561 659 2,833
First Business Financial Services, Inc. FBIZ 215 89 22 258
First Citizens Bancshares Inc FCNCA 5,352 1,634 438 5,734
Fidelity D & D Bancorp Inc FDBC 240 40 12 164
First Financial Bankshares Inc FFIN 4,516 380 159 1,270
First Horizon National Corporation FHN 5,154 2,051 607 4,310
First Interstate Bancsystem, Inc. FIBK 2,623 604 161 1,742
Findex Com Inc FIND 4 0 1 7
Fifth Third Bancorp FITB 20,810 6,994 2,131 18,351
First Midwest Bancorp, Inc. FMBI 2,158 663 188 1,790
F&m Bank Corp FMBM 91 37 8 168
Fnb Corp FNB 3,646 1,155 390 2,747
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First Niagara Financial Group Inc FNFG 0 1,326 255 5,428
Ferro Corporation FOE 995 1,638 59 4,846
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Foster L B Co FSTR 234 686 -21 1,241
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First National Corp FXNC 94 36 9 187
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General Electric Capital Corp GEH 0 44,497 5,948 47,000
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Huntington Bancshares Inc HBAN 15,350 4,331 1,425 11,873
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Hills Bancorporation HBIA 603 118 43 391
Hcsb Financial Corp HCFB 60 28 24 90
Honeywell International Inc HON 123,507 38,618 7,089 131,000
Harsco Corp HSC 1,582 1,681 116 9,400
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