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July 31, 2014
07:58 EDTBWENBroadwind Energy reports Q2 EPS 12c, consensus 10c
Reports Q2 revenue $68.4M, one estimate $63.03M. The company booked $23.6M in net new orders in Q2, down slightly from $24.9M the 2Q13. Towers and Weldments orders, which vary considerably from quarter to quarter, totaled $0.9M and consisted of industrial weldment orders. Gearing orders totaled $18.3M, up from $4.8M in 2Q13, and represented the highest quarterly order rate in over four years. Services orders totaled $4.4M, up from $2.6M in 2Q13, and represented the highest quarterly order rate since 4Q12. At June 30, total backlog was $222.4M, up 56% from June 30, 2013.
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February 5, 2016
16:01 EDTBWENBroadwind Energy approves extension of Section 382 Rights Plan
Broadwind Energy announced that its Board of Directors has approved an amendment to the company's Section 382 Rights Plan designed to preserve Broadwind's substantial tax assets associated with net operating loss carryforwards under Section 382 of the Internal Revenue Code. The amendment extends the Rights Plan through February 22, 2019.
07:08 EDTBWENBroadwind Energy sees Q4 EPS to be below company guidance, one estimate (5c)
Reports preliminary Q4 revenue $38M, one estimate $44.11M. The company said that revenue and loss per share for Q4 and FY15 are expected to be below the company's previous estimates due to substantial production issues and one-time costs associated with an unprofitable contract in the company's Abilene tower facility. Based on preliminary financial results, the company now expects consolidated fourth-quarter revenue to be approximately $38M and the consolidated fourth-quarter operating loss to be approximately $11M, versus guidance of a $4M-$5M operating loss. This is primarily due to a $5M loss in the Towers and Heavy Weldments segment mainly due to low production in the company's Abilene tower facility, where labor overruns, inventory charges and other manufacturing inefficiencies were incurred, associated with a challenging order taken in 2014.

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