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Tetra Technologies Inc 's Suppliers Performance

TTI's Supply Chain

 
TTI Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Tetra Technologies Inc 's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 9.99 % year on year in Q3 2022, from the previous quarter, sales fell by -0.92 %, Tetra Technologies Inc 's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, relative to one quarter ago cost of sales fell by -24.35 % in Q3.

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Tetra Technologies Inc 's Suppliers recorded an increase in sales by 9.99 % year on year in Q3 2022, from the previous quarter, sales fell by -0.92 %, Tetra Technologies Inc recorded increase in cost of sales by 14.99 % year on year, compare to one quarter ago cost of sales fell by -24.35 % in Q3.

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Tetra Technologies Inc 's Comment on Supply Chain


Our Fluids Division manufactures calcium chloride, calcium bromide, zinc bromide, zinc calcium bromide, and sodium bromide for sale to its customers. The Fluids Division also recycles used calcium bromide and zinc bromide CBFs repurchased from its oil and gas customers.

The Fluids Division manufactures liquid calcium chloride, either from underground brine or by reacting hydrochloric acid with limestone. The Fluids Division also purchases liquid and dry calcium chloride from a number of U.S. and foreign chemical manufacturers. Our El Dorado, Arkansas, plant produces liquid and flake calcium chloride, utilizing underground brine (tail brine) obtained from Chemtura Corporation ("Chemtura") that contains calcium chloride. We also produce calcium chloride at our two facility locations in San Bernardino County, California, by solar evaporation of pumped underground brine reserves that contain calcium chloride. The underground reserves of this brine are deemed adequate to supply our foreseeable need for calcium chloride at those plants.

The Fluids Division's primary sources of hydrochloric acid are co-product streams obtained from chemical manufacturers. Substantial quantities of limestone are also consumed when converting hydrochloric acid into calcium chloride. Currently, hydrochloric acid and limestone are generally available from multiple sources.

To produce calcium bromide, zinc bromide, zinc calcium bromide, and sodium bromide at our West Memphis, Arkansas, facility, we use bromine, hydrobromic acid, zinc, and lime as raw materials. There are multiple sources of zinc that we can use in the production of zinc bromide and zinc calcium bromide. We have a long-term supply agreement with Chemtura, under which the Fluids Division purchases its requirements of raw material bromine from Chemtura’s Arkansas bromine facilities. In addition, we have a long-term agreement with Chemtura under which Chemtura supplies the Fluids’ El Dorado, Arkansas, calcium chloride plant with raw material tail brine from its Arkansas bromine production facilities.

We also own a calcium bromide manufacturing plant near Magnolia, Arkansas that was constructed in 1985. This plant was acquired in 1988 and is not operable. We currently lease approximately 33,000 gross acres of bromine-containing brine reserves in the vicinity of this plant. While this plant is designed to produce calcium bromide, it could be modified to produce elemental bromine or select bromine compounds. Development of the brine field, construction of necessary pipelines, and reconfiguration of the plant would require a substantial capital investment. The long-term Chemtura bromine supply agreement discussed above provides us with a secure supply of bromine to support the division’s current operations. We do, however, continue to evaluate our strategy related to the Magnolia, Arkansas, assets and their future development. Chemtura has certain rights to participate in future development of the Magnolia, Arkansas assets.

The Fluids and Production Testing Divisions purchase their water management, production testing, and rig cooling equipment and components from third-party manufacturers. CCLP designs and fabricates its reciprocating and rotary screw compressor packages and pumps with components obtained from third party suppliers. These components represent a significant portion of the cost of the compressor packages and pump systems. Some of the components used in the assembly of compressor packages, well monitoring, sand separation, production testing, and rig cooling equipment are obtained from a single supplier or a limited group of suppliers. We do not have long-term contracts with these suppliers or manufacturers. Should we experience unavailability of the components we use to assemble our equipment, we believe that there are adequate alternative suppliers and that any impact to us would not be severe. CCLP occasionally experiences long-lead times for components from suppliers and, therefore, may at times make purchases in anticipation of future orders.

Tetra Technologies Inc 's Comment on Supply Chain


Our Fluids Division manufactures calcium chloride, calcium bromide, zinc bromide, zinc calcium bromide, and sodium bromide for sale to its customers. The Fluids Division also recycles used calcium bromide and zinc bromide CBFs repurchased from its oil and gas customers.

The Fluids Division manufactures liquid calcium chloride, either from underground brine or by reacting hydrochloric acid with limestone. The Fluids Division also purchases liquid and dry calcium chloride from a number of U.S. and foreign chemical manufacturers. Our El Dorado, Arkansas, plant produces liquid and flake calcium chloride, utilizing underground brine (tail brine) obtained from Chemtura Corporation ("Chemtura") that contains calcium chloride. We also produce calcium chloride at our two facility locations in San Bernardino County, California, by solar evaporation of pumped underground brine reserves that contain calcium chloride. The underground reserves of this brine are deemed adequate to supply our foreseeable need for calcium chloride at those plants.

The Fluids Division's primary sources of hydrochloric acid are co-product streams obtained from chemical manufacturers. Substantial quantities of limestone are also consumed when converting hydrochloric acid into calcium chloride. Currently, hydrochloric acid and limestone are generally available from multiple sources.

To produce calcium bromide, zinc bromide, zinc calcium bromide, and sodium bromide at our West Memphis, Arkansas, facility, we use bromine, hydrobromic acid, zinc, and lime as raw materials. There are multiple sources of zinc that we can use in the production of zinc bromide and zinc calcium bromide. We have a long-term supply agreement with Chemtura, under which the Fluids Division purchases its requirements of raw material bromine from Chemtura’s Arkansas bromine facilities. In addition, we have a long-term agreement with Chemtura under which Chemtura supplies the Fluids’ El Dorado, Arkansas, calcium chloride plant with raw material tail brine from its Arkansas bromine production facilities.

We also own a calcium bromide manufacturing plant near Magnolia, Arkansas that was constructed in 1985. This plant was acquired in 1988 and is not operable. We currently lease approximately 33,000 gross acres of bromine-containing brine reserves in the vicinity of this plant. While this plant is designed to produce calcium bromide, it could be modified to produce elemental bromine or select bromine compounds. Development of the brine field, construction of necessary pipelines, and reconfiguration of the plant would require a substantial capital investment. The long-term Chemtura bromine supply agreement discussed above provides us with a secure supply of bromine to support the division’s current operations. We do, however, continue to evaluate our strategy related to the Magnolia, Arkansas, assets and their future development. Chemtura has certain rights to participate in future development of the Magnolia, Arkansas assets.

The Fluids and Production Testing Divisions purchase their water management, production testing, and rig cooling equipment and components from third-party manufacturers. CCLP designs and fabricates its reciprocating and rotary screw compressor packages and pumps with components obtained from third party suppliers. These components represent a significant portion of the cost of the compressor packages and pump systems. Some of the components used in the assembly of compressor packages, well monitoring, sand separation, production testing, and rig cooling equipment are obtained from a single supplier or a limited group of suppliers. We do not have long-term contracts with these suppliers or manufacturers. Should we experience unavailability of the components we use to assemble our equipment, we believe that there are adequate alternative suppliers and that any impact to us would not be severe. CCLP occasionally experiences long-lead times for components from suppliers and, therefore, may at times make purchases in anticipation of future orders.


TTI's Suppliers Net profit fell by TTI's Suppliers Net margin fell in Q3 to
-32.99 % 9.17 %


Tetra Technologies Inc 's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q3 2022 by Industry

Suppliers from Aluminum Industry -8.3 %   
Suppliers from Iron & Steel Industry      4.01 %
Suppliers from Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      20.09 %
Suppliers from Construction & Mining Machinery Industry      20.34 %
Suppliers from Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      6.94 %
Suppliers from Conglomerates Industry      159.72 %
Suppliers from Oil And Gas Production Industry      190.89 %
Suppliers from Electronic Instruments & Controls Industry      10.35 %
Suppliers from Semiconductors Industry  
     
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TTI's vs. Suppliers, Data

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



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Tetra Technologies Inc 496.94 442.82 8.52 2,400
United States Steel Corp 7,967.14 22,349.00 3,419.00 34,680
Dover Corp 22,413.99 8,358.14 2,589.39 23,000
Ak Steel Holding Corporation 111.45 6,359.40 63.00 8,000
Worthington Industries Inc 2,974.60 5,482.75 229.35 10,500
Terex Corporation 3,566.38 4,106.90 240.60 20,400
Rowan Companies Plc 1,379.14 1,119.70 -49.90 4,051
Nucor Corporation 44,085.68 39,967.55 7,933.90 26,800
Nov Inc 9,184.41 6,681.00 13.00 29,593
The Manitowoc Company Inc 494.88 1,908.70 16.50 12,300
Deere and Co 125,407.31 48,368.00 6,170.00 69,600
Caterpillar Inc 132,649.19 56,628.00 7,370.00 102,300
Ati Inc 5,709.94 3,591.00 40.70 9,700
Alcoa Corp 9,306.22 13,128.00 89.00 61,000
Steel Dynamics Inc 22,431.02 22,745.14 4,336.18 7,780
Columbus Mckinnon Corporation 1,099.32 935.77 46.36 2,747
Astec Industries Inc 1,023.67 1,191.60 10.00 3,952
Concrete Leveling Systems Inc 0.00 0.00 -0.05 3
Briggs and Stratton Corporation 32.41 1,697.15 -212.09 5,480
Commercial Metals Company 6,843.58 8,913.48 1,217.26 8,388
Ascent Industries Co 118.78 428.26 30.01 0
Timkensteel Corporation 909.90 1,424.60 155.40 2,600
Searchlight Minerals Corp. 0.00 0.00 0.00 11
Handy & Harman Ltd. 401.51 602.43 40.60 3,400
Dmc Global Inc 495.40 550.86 6.82 428
Global Brass & Copper Holdings, Inc. 967.78 1,723.90 60.70 1,857
Generac Holdings Inc 7,801.45 4,065.61 523.52 4,202
Mueller Industries Inc 3,903.98 4,061.23 649.28 4,244
Materion Corporation 1,830.30 1,719.76 76.91 2,550
Ryerson Holding Corporation 1,497.89 6,569.30 521.80 3,000
Tesco Corp 172.99 152.68 -58.98 1,215
Olympic Steel Inc 551.96 2,664.53 111.83 1,660
Eco-stim Energy Solutions, Inc. 0.40 40.71 -87.87 230
Expro Group Holdings N v 2,147.00 1,436.62 -113.38 0
Viavi Solutions Inc 2,568.50 1,250.10 56.40 3,500
Arcelormittal 32,597.36 76,571.00 15,565.00 0
SUBTOTAL 452,645.54 356,792.87 51,060.26 469,171
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