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Schweitzer-mauduit International's Suppliers Performance

SWM's Supply Chain

 
SWM Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Schweitzer-mauduit International's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -14.07 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 106.89 %, Schweitzer-mauduit International's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 0.42 % in Q2.

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Schweitzer-mauduit International's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -14.07 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 106.89 %, Schweitzer-mauduit International's cost of sales deteriorated by -1.09 % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 0.42 % in Q2.

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Schweitzer-mauduit International's Comment on Supply Chain


The primary raw material used in our AMS products is plastic resin, and we rely on a variety of commodity grade and specialty resins, including Polypropylene, Polyurethane, Polyethylene, Polyamide (nylon) and a selection of specialized high temperature engineering grade resins. Our TPU films are produced using specialty resins which are significantly more expensive than commodity grade resins. Our thermoplastic nets and apertured films are produced using a blend of specialty resins and commodity grade resins like polypropylene. Resin prices fluctuate significantly and can impact profitability. To partially mitigate the effects of such fluctuations, we have contractual pricing adjustment mechanisms with certain customers. Commodity grade resin prices typically correlate with crude oil prices while specialty resin prices often do not.

Wood pulp is the primary fiber used in our EP operations. Our operations consumed approximately 72,000 and 70,000 metric tons of wood pulp in 2015 and 2014, respectively, all of which we purchased. Our operations also use other cellulose fibers, the most significant of which are flax fiber and tobacco leaf by-products, which are the primary raw materials for certain cigarette papers and reconstituted tobacco products, respectively. We believe that our purchased raw materials for our EP segment are generally available from several sources.

The papermaking processes use significant amounts of energy, primarily electricity, natural gas and fuel oil to run the paper machines and other equipment used in the manufacture of pulp and paper. In France, Brazil, Poland and in the U.S., we believe that energy supply is generally reliable, although prices can fluctuate significantly based on variations in overall demand. We enter into agreements to procure a portion of our energy requirements for future periods in order to reduce the uncertainty of future energy costs.


Schweitzer-mauduit International's Comment on Supply Chain


The primary raw material used in our AMS products is plastic resin, and we rely on a variety of commodity grade and specialty resins, including Polypropylene, Polyurethane, Polyethylene, Polyamide (nylon) and a selection of specialized high temperature engineering grade resins. Our TPU films are produced using specialty resins which are significantly more expensive than commodity grade resins. Our thermoplastic nets and apertured films are produced using a blend of specialty resins and commodity grade resins like polypropylene. Resin prices fluctuate significantly and can impact profitability. To partially mitigate the effects of such fluctuations, we have contractual pricing adjustment mechanisms with certain customers. Commodity grade resin prices typically correlate with crude oil prices while specialty resin prices often do not.

Wood pulp is the primary fiber used in our EP operations. Our operations consumed approximately 72,000 and 70,000 metric tons of wood pulp in 2015 and 2014, respectively, all of which we purchased. Our operations also use other cellulose fibers, the most significant of which are flax fiber and tobacco leaf by-products, which are the primary raw materials for certain cigarette papers and reconstituted tobacco products, respectively. We believe that our purchased raw materials for our EP segment are generally available from several sources.

The papermaking processes use significant amounts of energy, primarily electricity, natural gas and fuel oil to run the paper machines and other equipment used in the manufacture of pulp and paper. In France, Brazil, Poland and in the U.S., we believe that energy supply is generally reliable, although prices can fluctuate significantly based on variations in overall demand. We enter into agreements to procure a portion of our energy requirements for future periods in order to reduce the uncertainty of future energy costs.



SWM's Suppliers Net profit fell by SWM's Suppliers Net margin fell in Q2 to
-20.57 % 9.42 %


Schweitzer-mauduit International, Inc.'s Suppliers Sales Growth in Q2 2019 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry -4.94 %   
Suppliers in Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber Industry -4.55 %   
Suppliers in Iron & Steel Industry -7.2 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      3.27 %
Suppliers in Aerospace & Defense Industry  
Suppliers in Construction & Mining Machinery Industry -5.46 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      2.95 %
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry -4.71 %   
Suppliers in Apparel, Footwear & Accessories Industry      6.92 %
Suppliers in Appliance & Tool Industry      5.12 %
Suppliers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry      2.55 %
Suppliers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry -9.14 %   
Suppliers in Oil Refineries Industry -2.87 %   
Suppliers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry      21.53 %
Suppliers in Internet Services & Social Media Industry -12.38 %   
Suppliers in Scientific & Technical Instruments Industry      3.79 %
Suppliers in Transport & Logistics Industry -1.86 %   
Suppliers in Railroads Industry -0.77 %   
     
• SWM Suppliers Valuation • SWM Segment Rev. Growth • SWM Segment Inc. Growth • SWM Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





SWM's vs. Suppliers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Schweitzer-mauduit International, Inc. SWM 1,100 1,037 86 3,100
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American Superconductor Corp AMSC 145 60 -20 354
American Nano Silicon Technologies, Inc. ANNO 0 0 0 130
Ampco Pittsburgh Corp AP 35 366 -83 1,076
Air Products & Chemicals Inc APD 49,726 8,935 1,750 19,700
Arcbest Corporation ARCB 511 3,133 72 13,238
Airgas Inc ARG 0 0 0 17,000
Ashland Global Holdings Inc. ASH 78 2,450 585 11,000
Advansix Inc. ASIX 400 1,297 41 1,340
Allegheny Technologies Incorporated ATI 2,522 4,142 255 9,700
Barnes Group Inc B 2,778 1,505 156 5,036
Bioamber Inc. BIOA 1 15 -102 86
Badger Meter, Inc. BMI 1,881 425 47 1,514
BURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FE CORP. BNI 0 0 0 0
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC. BRK 0 0 0 316,000
Cabot Corporation CBT 2,106 3,243 155 4,300
Cincinnati Financial Corp CINF 16,255 8,397 919 4,305
Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.p. CLMT 269 3,463 13 2,000
Columbus Mckinnon Corporation CMCO 775 836 70 2,747
Conocophillips COP 52 36,670 7,257 19,100
Csx Corporation CSX 56,082 11,937 3,331 24,000
Covenant Transportation Group Inc CVTI 227 958 31 4,400
Chevron Corp CVX 174,653 146,632 3,146 64,700
Danaher Corporation DHR 106,802 17,911 3,008 71,000
Dow Inc. DOW 88,204 41,768 -1,672 53,000
Eastman Chemical Co EMN 8,435 9,102 384 15,000
Emerson Electric Co. EMR 39,600 18,376 2,190 103,500
Fluor Corporation FLR 0 19,509 -1,289 37,508
Fmc Corporation FMC 12,100 4,632 518 5,900
Haynes International Inc HAYN 325 492 15 1,123
Hubbell Inc HUBB 7,279 4,591 407 16,200
Hub Group, Inc. HUBG 1,541 3,243 128 2,568
Illinois Tool Works Inc ITW 54,891 14,109 2,521 49,000
Hunt J B Transport Services Inc JBHT 10,424 9,033 460 20,158
Dthera Sciences KNMX 0 0 -3 0
Kraton Corp KRA 328 1,844 97 1,971
Liquidmetal Technologies Inc LQMT 83 1 -8 26
Lsb Industries Inc LXU 46 365 -64 610
Model N, Inc. MODN 964 145 -18 864
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. MPMQ 1,560 2,331 0 4,900
Arcelormittal MT 14,466 76,033 5,330 0
Mueller Water Products, Inc. MWA 1,803 988 95 3,900
Ingevity Corporation NGVT 1,997 1,293 184 1,500
Norfolk Southern Corporation NSC 48,145 11,296 2,722 29,482
Onebeacon Insurance Group, Ltd. OB 1,734 1,242 147 1,150
Old Dominion Freight Line Inc ODFL 15,984 4,137 640 16,443
Pagerduty, Inc. PD 1,413 6,777 2,184 0
Perkinelmer Inc PKI 9,404 2,802 225 7,700
Polyone Corporation POL 1,891 2,863 589 7,000
Ppg Industries Inc PPG 24,687 15,119 1,230 44,400
Praxair Inc PX 47,954 12,037 1,500 27,780
Quality Distribution Inc QLTY 0 0 0 4,342
Rockwell Automation, Inc. ROK 21,711 6,649 1,003 22,500
Saia Inc SAIA 2,441 1,750 118 8,900
Superconductor Technologies Inc SCON 1 1 -10 22
Horrison Resources Inc. SLPC 0 0 0 0
Schneider National, Inc. SNDR 3,207 4,747 147 19,600
American Soil Technologies Inc SOIL 0 0 0 3
Sunoco Lp SUN 1,864 16,142 129 22,500
Titanium Metals Corp TIE 0 0 0 0
Timken Co TKR 3,363 3,819 363 14,000
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. TMO 120,020 25,220 3,592 51,000
Trecora Resources TREC 146 272 -1 310
Unifi Inc UFI 437 709 4 3,000
Union Pacific Corporation UNP 110,936 21,708 5,919 47,201
Usa TruckĀ inc. USAK 48 531 -3 2,800
Universal Stainless & Alloy Products Inc USAP 106 243 4 645
Waters Corp WAT 15,849 2,342 27 6,200
Werner Enterprises, Inc. WERN 2,392 2,500 181 188
Westlake Chemical Corporation WLK 6,665 7,858 275 8,870
Westlake Chemical Partners Lp WLKP 755 1,269 324 141
White Mountains Insurance Group, Ltd WTM 3,367 1,292 228 2,973
United States Steel Corp X 1,295 11,506 -630 34,680
Xerium Technologies Inc XRM 222 493 -1 2,950
Yrc Worldwide Inc. YRCW 62 4,959 -71 33,000
SUBTOTAL 1,178,395 664,464 54,192 1,490,534


             
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