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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
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ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« on: December 24, 2009, 09:18:08 AM »
All About Unilever Pakistan Limited.
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« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2009, 09:22:48 AM »
Food Products: UNILEVER PAKISTAN FOODS LIMITED - Analysis of Financial Statements Financial Year 2005 - 2001 H 2009

OVERVIEW (December 24 2009): Unilever Pakistan Foods Limited, formerly known as Rafhan Best Foods Limited (RBL) has been one of the leading producers of consumer food products in the country. The spectrum of RBL's product range contains some of the leading brands like Rafhan, Knorr, Energile, Glaxose-D, Bestfoods etc.

The majority of RBL's shares are held by Bestfoods, USA, which is engaged in producing a vast range of food products in 63 countries across 5 continents. RBL was incorporated in Pakistan 1997 and is listed on Karachi and Lahore stock exchanges in 'Food and Allied' sector.

On 24th April, 2007 Rafan Best Foods Limited was renamed Unilever Pakistan Foods Limited, after Unilever's acquisition of Bestfoods. In Pakistan, Unilever made its debut in 1948 and now, it is one of the most prominent multinationals in the country operating by two affiliated companies, viz. Unilever Pakistan and Unilever Pakistan Foods. The two public listed limited companies have 5 wholly-owned and 7 third party manufacturing sites across Pakistan with 1,500 employees on their payroll and many thousands indirectly. Currently, Unilever Foods Pakistan has 5 major brands: Knorr, Rafhan, Energile, Glaxose-D and Unilever Food Solutions.

RECENT RESULTS 1H09


The company delivered a sales growth of 7.4% during the period under review on account of aggressive price growth. Despite this, Sharp increase in raw material prices has led to a 3% decline in gross margins over last year. There was a 33% increase in advertising expense due to heavy investment in launching new categories. Net sales were recorded at Rs 1808 million. PAT was recorded at Rs 124 million, a decline of 39.2% due to the above mentioned reasons. EPS was recorded at Rs 20.2 as compared to Rs 33.14 in the same period last year. Economic slowdown has also hurt the demand for Unilever Pakistan Foods products and the coming times pose more difficulty for the organization.

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE (DEC 03-DEC 08)

The company sales continue to grow consecutively for the 5th year, registering a growth of 29.5% in FY08, compared to 22.53% in FY07 as the company continues to built on the growth momentum starting in 2004 after the loss occurred in 2003. Since 2004 the company grew at a rate of 24.97% CAGR. Good marketing strategies and the company's bold venture into new products like Knorr meal maker, Rafhan Magic Jelly and Energile ready to drink yielded positive results. Furthermore, two new variants of Knorr noodles were introduced and the Energile range was re launched; both ventures proved successful and significant value was generated.

The export business, aimed at traditional taste and halal markets mainly in Asia and Europe region registered inspirational growth, with revenues from exports for the FY08 increased more than twice from those in FY07. Significant investment in Pakistani factory to overcome capacity constraints has also been made. The impressive growth in sales was however mitigated by rising COGS, on the back of the peaking food inflation, energy crisis and other situational externalities in the country coupled with competitive pricing, thereby maintaining pressure on the gross margins. The COGS for FY08 showed almost a proportionate increase of 29% from the FY07. Operating Profit growth was around 56% compared to FY07. Gross Profit Margin showed more of a steady stage since FY05.

The company showed a loss in 2003 but was able to recover till recent times with a CAGR of 89.75%. The profit margin growth was 11.31% in FY08 (2007: 37.38%). ROA showed an incline as the growth in profits (56% in FY 08) was much higher than the growth in assets. In FY08 equity shows a recovery from the big drop in FY07 as the company had dividends of Rs 75 and Rs 25 per share, causing a big drop in reserves, and spiking the FY07's ROE. The liquidity ratios of the company had shown a decline since FY05, due to massive amount of short-term borrowings taken by the company in 2006 and 2007.

In FY08 the liquidity ratios project a stable pattern, showing no significant change. The finance cost showed a sharp rise in FY08 of 227% changed during the year (2007 growth rate being 56%). These short term borrowings are causing the company's current liabilities to surge and the laggard growth in current assets have caused a decline in Company's ability to pay off its short-term obligations, as shown in the accounts of 2007. The quick ratio, a better measure of liquidity showed a steady trend from FY03 to FY06 and then plunged downward, depicting that like the Current Assets, Quick Assets growth also lagged behind that of current liabilities.

Inventory Turnover (ITO) ratio depicts how quickly the company is able to sell off its inventory. Unilever's inventory turnover was slightly lowered in 2005 but since then has been on the rise. This shows that Unilever's efficiency in turning its inventory to sales is on the decline, but still it is in reasonable trend. The prime reason is due to the growth in sales being more than the growth in inventories (which actually showed a decline in FY08) Day's sales outstanding (DSO) shows how quickly the company is able to collect the dues from its debtors.

It should be enough for the company to avoid risks of bad debts. DSO for Unilever has been on the decline since 2003. It has shown a reduction from 36 days to 12 days in 2007 and in 2008, it further declined to 8 days. This shows that Unilever has a firm policy for debtors, but it should also be considered that the policy has not yet affected the sales of the company, which continue to grow. It is interesting to note that the Unilever food's inventories showed a decline of 6.77% in FY08.

The operating cycle of the company is seen following a similar trend to that of the inventory turnover days, with the FY08 rate being 69 days as compared to 81 days in FY07. TATO of Unilever Foods have been on a steady inclining trend over the years, reflecting that the assets and sales are growing at a steady rate and the growth of sales is higher than the growth of assets. This trend continues in FY08. This shows that the company is responding well with the sales in terms of asset management. Sales/equity had declined during 2004 due to low sales but since then has been on a steady rise and managed accordingly in 2008, the sales/equity stood at 10.23. The decline in FY08 as compared to FY07 has been due to the sharp growth in equity of about 56%.

Regarding debt management, both debt to equity and debt to assets ratios are following similar trend. From 2003 to 2005 they were showing a declining trend, whereas since 2005 to 2007, they were showing more of a rising trend. In FY08, the D/E shows a decline mainly due to a sharp rise in equity and a comparatively modest rise in liabilities. The company managed to keep the liabilities down till 2005. However, thereafter the liabilities show a consecutive rise for 3 years until 2008 mainly on back of rising finance charges. The increase in liabilities in FY08 is caused by a growth of 202% in the non-current liabilities whereas the current liabilities show a decline of 8% from the previous year because of the finance cost incurred during the current year.

Long-term debt/equity ratio had been almost near bottom at a very steady rate for the past few years, this year ie FY08, the Long term debt to Equity ratio stood higher (0.14) from previous year's low (of 0.07). Again, this can be attributed to the steep rise in non-current liabilities for FY08. The TIE ratio for Unilever Foods that showed a rising trend from 2003 with a spike in 2006, nose-dived in 2007 and continued to plunge in FY08, standing 24.85 this year. Looking at this, it can be inferred that Unilever Foods is being adversely affected due to higher markups and finance costs.

The EPS of Unilever Foods has been on an upward march since 2003. After the loss faced by the company in 2003, it has not lowered its EPS yet and the FY08's figure stands at Rs 56.60. Any change in EPS is caused by the profits earned by the company, as number of shares has been the same for the five years. The increase in FY08 was more than the previous years because of the increase in profits. The (P/E) ratio shows, how much investors are willing to pay per rupee of the reported profits, depends on the company's price per share and its earnings per share (EPS).

The P/E for Unilever Foods have been on the downslide from 2004 to 2006 as the growth in EPS has been much higher than the share price. The yearend market prices have been on the increase over the five-year period, with 2007 showing major increases. In 2007 it was observed that the yearend market price of the company's share had been much higher than previous years (2006: Rs 414 to 2007: Rs 921), causing an increase in P/E multiple to 36.5x. In 2008, the P/E ratio again declined to stand at 29.31. This decline is mainly due to an increase of 25% in year-end price of the share whereas the earnings grew by 55%, the net effect being decrease due to the disproportionate nature of the growth.

Since 2003 to 2006, the company's book value has been almost steady, declining slightly in 2004 and then rising till 2006. The changes in book value are caused by the changes in equity of the company, as number of shares outstanding is the same throughout. The nosedive in 2007 was caused by decrease in equity on the back of decrease in reserves of the company. In 2008, the book value again showed signs of recovery and stood at 48.92 (FY07 Rs 32.31). The main reason for this is the FY08 growth in total equity of about 58.3% from FY07. The dividend payout has also shown a steady rising trend from 2004 to 2006 (dividend were not given in 2003 due to losses), followed by an extremely healthy dividend Payout of Rs 93/share in FY07, and in FY08, the Dividend Payout stood at Rs 36/share. The major beneficiary of which would be its associated companies and undertakings followed by the individual shareholders of the company.

FUTURE OUTLOOK

The global recession has set in with global decline in consumer spending and weak demand for consumer goods due to reduced buying power and inflation, which has plagued almost all major economies of the world. The full impact of the global downturn is slowly impacting Pakistan and consumers are now more discerning in making buying decisions and are spending more prudently. Despite a challenging environment, Unilever Foods have managed to remain profitable and maintain a positive outlook, which is an essential thing for any company under the current situation.

The pressure on the company's margins is expected to continue and the company remains unfazed and committed to face competition and deliver better quality at cheaper prices. Another major concern to Unilever Foods is of increasing markup rates that it is currently facing for past two years as they are causing some troubles in managing. The company needs to effectively manage its short term borrowings at its earliest. Keeping in view, Unilever's strong competitive edge of continuous innovation, delivering cost advantages and deep local roots, the company has the potential to steer out of these troubled waters and outperform the competition.

Balance sheet                        2003       2004       2005       2006       2007       2008
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Property, plant and equipment     152,516    117,971    103,067    102,310    196,350    307,707
Other non-current assets          204,809    216,737    212,874    187,126    197,780    191,469
Inventories                             -          -          -    279,859    378,002    352,394
Trade debts                             -          -          -     64,279     88,101     49,976
Cash and cash equivalents
 at the end of the year         (148,941)     83,931    100,834    172,096  (346,216)  (234,569)
Current assets                    641,991    400,560    426,277    597,016    552,418    516,437
Quick Assets                            -          -          -    317,157    174,416    164,043
Total assets                      999,316    735,268    742,218    886,452    946,548  1,015,613
Ordinary share capital             61,576     61,576     61,576     61,576     61,576     61,576
Preference share capital                -          -          -          -          -          -
Reserves                          442,470    433,213    463,849    497,888    137,406    239,647
Total equity                      504,046    494,789    525,425    559,464    198,982    301,223
Surplus on revaluation
 of fixed assets                        -          -          -          -          -          -
Non-current liabilities            14,984      8,124      8,248     12,606     13,926     42,079
Current liabilities               480,286    232,355    208,545    314,382    733,640    672,311
Total liabilities                 495,270    240,479    216,793    326,988    747,566    714,390
Total equity and liabilities      999,316    735,268    742,218    886,452    946,548  1,015,613

 2004       2005       2006       2007       2008
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Net sales                       1,556,623  1,217,507  1,489,952  1,939,515  2,376,408  3,081,879
COGS                            1,127,273    874,068    964,296  1,208,264  1,488,073  1,924,766
Gross profit                      429,350    343,439    525,656    731,251    888,335  1,157,113
Operating profit / EBIT            -5,290     42,540    167,017    294,461    352,872    552,544
Finance Cost                       16,278      5,794      6,111      4,345      6,798     22,233
Profit before tax                 -21,568     36,746    160,906    290,116    346,074    530,311
Taxation                           -4,250     15,215     62,536    102,137    121,582    181,765
Profit after tax                  -17,318     21,531     98,370    187,979    224,492    348,546

                                     2003       2004       2005       2006       2007       2008
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PROFITABILITY RATIOS
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Profit Margin                       -1.11%      1.77%      6.60%      9.69%      9.45%    11.31%
Gross profit margin                 27.58%     28.21%     35.28%     37.70%     37.38%    37.55%
Return on Assets                    -1.73%      2.93%     13.25%     21.21%     23.72%    34.32%
Return on Equity                    -3.44%      4.35%     18.72%     33.60%    112.82%   115.71

LIQUIDITY RATIOS
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Quick Ratio                          1.00       1.00       1.00       1.01       0.24       0.24
Current Ratio                        1.34       1.72       2.04       1.90       0.75       0.77
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ASSET MANAGEMENT RATIOS
Inventory Turnover(Days)            67.00      86.00      60.00      65.00      81.00      69.00
Day Sales Outstanding (Days)        36.00      27.00      17.00      13.00      12.00       8.00
Operating cycle (Days)             103.00     113.00      77.00      78.00      93.00      77.00
Total Asset Turnover                 1.56       1.66       2.01       2.19       2.51       3.03
Sales/Equity                         3.09       2.46       2.84       3.47      11.94      10.23

DEBT MANAGEMENT RATIOS
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Debt to Asset                        0.50       0.33       0.29       0.37       0.79       0.70
Debt to Equity Ratio                 0.98       0.49       0.41       0.58       3.76       2.37
Long Term Debt to Equity             0.03       0.02       0.02       0.02       0.07       0.14
Times Interest Earned               -0.32       7.34      27.33      67.77      51.91      24.85

MARKET RATIOS
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Earnings per share                 (2.81)       3.50      15.97      30.53      36.46      56.60
Price/Earnings Ratio              (87.12)      82.94      21.91      16.18      36.35      29.31
Dividend per share                      -      10.00      11.00      25.00      94.88      39.99
Book value per share                81.85      80.35      85.32      90.85      32.31      48.92
No  of Shares issued            6,158,000  6,158,000  6,158,000  6,158,000  6,158,000  6,158,000
Market prices(Year end)            245.00     290.00     350.00     494.00    1325.00    1659.00

COURTESY: Economics and Finance Department, Institute of Business Administration.

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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2010, 03:46:34 PM »
ULEVER: Cashing in on the demographic transition
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We reinitiate coverage on Unilever Pakistan Limited (ULEVER) with a target price of PkR2,863/share and a Buy stance. Our bullish stance is premised on the company's stable core earnings stream (Home & Personal Care Segment) which, going forward, will likely be augmented by rapid medium-term growth in the Ice cream segment. This should dovetail an expected improvement in broad macroeconomic indicators where rural income growth should lead urban income, lending credence to volume growth expectations. ULEVER's low volatility exposure to income growth transition makes it a part of our recommended portfolio. At current market price, ULEVER offers an upside of 21% to our target price of PkR2,863/share. Buy!

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« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2010, 08:36:26 PM »
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« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2010, 08:36:55 PM »
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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #5 on: March 06, 2010, 12:30:48 PM »
ULEVER: CY09 Result Review (Inline)

ULEVER announced its CY09 result , recording earnings growth of 54%YoY. The company has posted NPAT of PkR3.056bn in CY09 against
NPAT of PkR1.984bn posted in the previous year. This translates into an EPS of PkR230/share in CY09 against an EPS of PkR149/share in full year
CY08. The result was inline with our expected NPAT of PkR3.01bn (EPS-PkRPkR226/share) for the period under review.
Robust topline growth of 23%YoY comes from high tea prices combined with higher volumetric growth in the Home and Personal Care and Icecream
segments. Although distribution costs grew by 23%YoY, administration costs remained almost static – reporting a marginal increase of 2.8%YoY.
Additionally, the elimination of restructuring costs in CY09 further aided bottomline profitability growth.
Along with the result, ULEVER also declared a final cash dividend of PkR137/share. The company has already paid an interim dividend of
PkR92/share taking total dividend to PkR229/share in CY09. At current levels, we have an ‘Accumulate’ stance on ULEVER with a target price of
PkR2,863.6/share.

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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #6 on: October 29, 2010, 04:24:38 PM »
Eps 160.66 for 9 months.
Dps Nil (Rs. 89 already paid)
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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #7 on: December 15, 2010, 10:09:57 AM »
any views on the effect the $ transaction will have on the price?
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« Reply #8 on: February 15, 2011, 10:17:34 AM »
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« Reply #9 on: April 25, 2011, 08:35:12 AM »
Consumer goods giant protects its profit margins

Unilever Pakistan’s profit rose 54 per cent to Rs889 million during January to March owing to reduction in financial charges.
The country’s largest manufacturer of consumer products, satisfied with the growth, said in a statement on Friday that margins benefited from timely price corrections in order to cover higher input costs. Unilever predicts that this year the total global input cost of inflation will be “around four per cent of total turnover”.
However, Unilever Pakistan’s turnover surged 19 per cent to Rs12.2 billion in the quarter ended March 31 compared with Rs10.26 billion in the same period last year, according to a company statement sent to the Karachi Stock Exchange.
The home and personal care sector jumped 23 per cent on the back of enhanced consumers. The company’s surf products, consisting of Surf Excel and Rin, consolidated their position as the market leader. Despite the entry of new rival, the company’s ice cream sales went up 18 per cent. “Greater focus on costs and pricing changes helped maintain the gross margin,” the company said.

Smuggling hurting beverages business

The company called on the government to reduce tax rates for encouraging tea to come through legal channels as rampant smuggling is making the environment uncompetitive in the country.

Growth of the tea business, which represents 30 per cent of total sales, was affected by smuggling in 2010 as only half of the 180,000 tons of tea consumed in the country was officially imported. The other half was smuggled into the country through Iran and Afghanistan routes. Two of the biggest tea brands in the country Lipton and Brooke Bond Supreme are made by Unilever. However, successful advertisement campaigns by both the tea brands led to a growth in the quarter.



Published in The Express Tribune, April 23rd, 2011.
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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #10 on: February 14, 2012, 04:55:47 PM »
ULEVER CY 11 eps 308 previous 246 {up 25.20% YoY}
dps Rs. 202/- in addition to interim dps Rs. 105/- already paid
Total dps Rs. 307/-
Market price Rs. 5600/-
P/E 18x
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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #11 on: February 14, 2012, 05:42:48 PM »
good growth in tough economic environment.
Resilient sector.
worth buy for long term.

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« Reply #12 on: February 17, 2012, 03:59:43 PM »
Dec' 12 target Rs. 6600/-
Still dividend of Rs. 202/- in belly
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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #13 on: February 17, 2012, 04:30:47 PM »
planning to keep 20 shares in portfolio
bought 5 today @ 5500 avg  :fingerscrossed1:
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« Reply #14 on: February 17, 2012, 04:41:17 PM »
planning to keep 20 shares in portfolio
bought 5 today @ 5500 avg  :fingerscrossed1:

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« Reply #15 on: February 17, 2012, 04:43:15 PM »
@ Kamal
What are your views on this giant?  :biggrin:
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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #16 on: February 17, 2012, 04:51:00 PM »
@ Kamal
What are your views on this giant?  :biggrin:

Iam holding arnd 5000...

I am planning to dispose at 6000 ..

Iam in line with ur views ..

Woh kia hai kai NESTLE ULEVER sai market meray hands main hai chahay 2 digits numbers main share he kiun nahee rahay ..

OGDC i dont trade in ... and dont follow ...

But U lever ..Bravo

another of my fav is RMPL ... jis main is week i had great gain Alhamdoullillah ..
Realize Profit when and wherever u can. Coz its profit for which we are here for not marrying scrips. Fundamentals at KSE  weigh not more than 20-30%. Move with the moves of market. If u move against than u'll be loser and accumulating dividend only.

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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #17 on: February 17, 2012, 10:00:50 PM »
Year   Eps     Mkt Price  Dividend
2005  120     1775        Rs. 120/-
2006  123     2000        Rs. 122/-
2007  127     2280        Rs. 123/-
2008  149     1808        Rs. 123/-
2009  230     2300        Rs. 229/-
2010  246     4360        Rs. 246/-
2011  308     5565        Rs. 307/-
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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #18 on: April 20, 2012, 03:20:45 PM »
first q results out .. 65 dps 78 eps
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Re: ULEVER -- UNILEVER Pakistan Limited.
« Reply #19 on: May 04, 2012, 01:21:12 AM »
6700........  :biggthumpup:

anyone holding it??????  :s1:

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