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January 16, 2014
06:04 EDTPOWLPowell sells Transdyn to Kapsch TrafficCom for $16M
Powell Industries announced the sale of its subsidiary, Transdyn, to Kapsch TrafficCom, a provider of electronic toll collection systems, headquartered in Vienna, Austria. The transaction closed January 15, at a price of $16M subject to post-closing working capital adjustments. Transdyn contributed revenues of approximately $32M in FY13 and was reported in Powell's Process Control Systems business segment.
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September 26, 2014
12:23 EDTPOWLPowell downgraded to Neutral from Buy at DA Davidson
12:09 EDTPOWLPowell sinks to 52-week low after cutting fiscal 2014 outlook
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06:53 EDTPOWLPowell to host conference call
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September 25, 2014
18:21 EDTPOWLOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
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17:07 EDTPOWLPowell lowers FY14 continuing ops EPS guidance to $1.25-$1.45 from $2.15-$2.40
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17:04 EDTPOWLPowell lowers FY14 guidance after 'start-up productivity issues'
Powell Industries announced that it has experienced start-up productivity issues arising from its May implementation of new business systems and tools, a scalable infrastructure investment designed to drive process efficiency across the organization. The company began experiencing schedule delays and higher than previously anticipated operating costs in July and August as orders moved into production after the systems implementation. In addition, Powell continues to experience inefficiencies associated with the ramp up of its Canadian manufacturing operations, which are also resulting in higher operating costs. Consequently, the company is reducing its FY14 revenue and earnings guidance. Based on the preliminary review of July and August results, as well as revised production schedules, Powell now expects FY14 revenues from continuing operations to range between $630M-$640M compared to its previous guidance of $650M-$675M, predominantly due to the scheduling delays in its U.S. businesses. FY14 earnings from continuing operations are now expected to range between $1.25-$1.45 per diluted share compared to its previous guidance of $2.15-$2.40 per diluted share due to the higher costs and scheduling delays in its U.S. businesses and as well as the higher costs in Canada. Actual FY14 results could be favorably impacted by the final resolution of certain pending tax matters, which is not included in this current guidance. During this same period, incoming order rates have been robust and are expected to continue at a healthy pace.
16:55 EDTPOWLPowell trading halted, pending news
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