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August 18, 2014
10:55 EDTSTSensata climbs higher after agreeing to buy Schrader International for $1B
Shares of Sensata Technologies (ST), an industrial technology company involved in the sensor and control market, are climbing higher after announcing plans to buy Schrader International, a privately held company that makes tire pressure monitoring sensors. WHAT'S NEW: Sensata's Sensata Technologies B.V. unit has agreed to acquire Schrader from Madison Dearborn Partners for $1B. Schrader, which is based in Denver, Colorado, and employs 2,500 people globally, is expected to generate about $550M in revenue this year, according to Sensata. The agreement is subject to regulatory approval and is expected to close in Q4. Sensata Chief Financial Officer Paul Vasington expects Schrader to be 13c-16c dilutive to adjusted earnings per share in 2014 and 18c-21c accretive in 2015. Sensata sees Schrader providing 50c-55c of accretion after integration and debt pay-down and provide an additional 18c-22c accretion when China ramps adoption of TPMS. WHAT'S NOTABLE: During the company's conference call discussing the Schrader transaction, Sensata said that it aims to double revenue from 2012-2017. The company said that the acquisition of Schrader strengthens the firm's ability to penetrate the $80B Total Sensor market. Due to the deal, the company said that combined business cash flow will pay down debt and return it to a target net leverage ratio of two times to three times within eighteen months. Sensata intends to finance the acquisition through issuance of debt. The company expects its investments so far this year will add $1 of incremental earnings growth to shareholders. Sensata noted that the acquisition will create "significant" shareholder value. The company says that it expects the agreement to incur $4M-$8M of integration costs annually for next three years beginning in FY15. PRICE ACTION: During morning trading, shares of Sensata were up $2.92 or 6.32% to $49.09.
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July 30, 2015
06:30 EDTSTSensata sees sensing portfolio acquisition 23c-26c accretive to EPS in 3rd year
Paul Vasington, Sensata Technologies CFO, stated, "On a stand-alone basis, this is a profitable and highly cash generative business with EBITDA margins of approximately 26% and Sensata brings significant, value-creating synergies. Including interest and integration expenses, we expect this acquisition to be breakeven to adjusted net income in the first full year and to be 23c-26c accretive to adjusted net income per diluted share in the third year."
06:27 EDTSTSensata acquires sensing portfolio of Custom Sensors & Technologies for $1B
Sensata Technologies announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire the sensing portfolio of Custom Sensors & Technologies, or CST, for a total enterprise value of $1.0B. The acquisition includes the Kavlico, BEI, Crydom and Newall product lines and brands and includes sales, engineering and manufacturing sites in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, China and Mexico that employ approximately 2,500 people, including approximately 250 engineers. Revenue for the business being acquired was approximately $320M during the last 12 months. The transaction is subject to customary regulatory approvals and is expected to close in Q4 of FY15 or early FY16.
July 28, 2015
06:14 EDTSTSensata sees FY15 adjusted EPS $2.86-$2.98, consensus $2.92
Sees FY15 revenue $2.99B-$3.07B, consensus $3.07B.
06:13 EDTSTSensata sees Q3 adjusted EPS 68c-74c, consensus 75c
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06:12 EDTSTSensata reports Q2 adjusted EPS 73c, consensus 72c
Reports Q2 revenue $770.4M, consensus $772.46M.

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