MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio – July 23, 2020 - Materion Corporation (NYSE: MTRN) today reported second quarter 2020 financial results and provided an update on key strategic initiatives.

Net sales were $271.5 million; value-added sales increased 2% sequentially to $161.6 million

Net income was $0.32 per share, diluted; adjusted earnings were $0.49 per share, up 14% vs. the first quarter

Closed Optics Balzers acquisition to create a global industry leader in optical thin film coating solutions

Significant new customer opportunity for precision clad engineered strip product on schedule

“I am very pleased with our team’s performance in the second quarter amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as we delivered sequential growth in both value-added sales and earnings,” stated Jugal Vijayvargiya, President and Chief Executive Officer. “The health and safety of our people remains our utmost priority. We are continuing to follow all recommended guidelines as all our facilities continue to operate in support of essential industries.”

Mr. Vijayvargiya continued, “Our key strategic initiatives remain on schedule. We completed the Optics Balzers acquisition just 6 weeks after signing, and I would like to welcome their talented team to the Materion family. The customer project on precision clad engineered strip product which we announced during our last earnings call continues to progress. To date, we have received $31 million of funding from the customer, and we remain on the schedule previously communicated."



Net sales for the second quarter of 2020 were $271.5 million, compared to $297.8 million in the prior year. Second quarter value-added sales of $161.6 million were up 2% from the first quarter of 2020, despite challenging market conditions, and down 17% versus the prior year. Consumer electronics, industrial, energy, aerospace, and automotive end markets were heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Operating profit for the second quarter was $8.7 million, and net income was $6.7 million, or $0.32 per diluted share, compared to a net loss of $3.1 million, or $0.15 per share, in the first quarter. Excluding special items for COVID-19 direct expenses ($2.7 million), restructuring ($2.4 million), merger and acquisition costs ($1.4 million), and a foreign currency hedge gain ($2.2 million) related to the acquisition of Optics Balzers, earnings before interest and tax expense were $13.9 million. Adjusted net income was $10.0 million, or $0.49 per diluted share, an increase of 14% compared to the first quarter.


We continue to experience significant levels of uncertainty regarding future demand in our end markets due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Based on current demand levels and assuming our factories remain operational, we expect adjusted earnings in the third quarter to be comparable to slightly better than the second quarter.

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is fluid and continues to evolve, and therefore we cannot predict the extent to which our business, results of operations, financial condition, or cash flows will ultimately be impacted. Therefore, we are not providing full-year earnings guidance. We anticipate resuming our practice of providing full-year earnings guidance once the degree of economic uncertainty driven by the COVID-19 pandemic subsides.


It is not possible for the Company to identify the amount or significance of future adjustments associated with potential insurance and litigation claims, legacy environmental costs, acquisition and integration costs, certain income tax items, or other non-routine costs that the Company adjusts in the presentation of adjusted earnings guidance. These items are dependent on future events that are not reasonably estimable at this time. Accordingly, the Company is unable to reconcile without unreasonable effort the forecasted range of adjusted earnings guidance for the full year to a comparable GAAP range. However, items excluded from the Company's adjusted earnings guidance include the historical adjustments noted in Attachments 4 and 5 to this press release.


Materion Corporation will host an investor conference call with analysts at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time, July 23, 2020. The conference call will be available via webcast through the Company’s website at or through By phone, please dial

(877) 407-0778. Callers outside the U.S. can dial (201) 689-8565. A replay of the call will be available until August 6, 2020 by dialing (877) 481-4010 or (919) 882-2331; please reference replay ID number 57377. The call will also be archived on the Company’s website.


Portions of the narrative set forth in this document that are not statements of historical or current facts are forward-looking statements, in particular, the outlook provided above. Our actual future performance may materially differ from that contemplated by the forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of factors.

These factors include, in addition to those mentioned elsewhere herein:

Our ability to achieve the strategic and other objectives related to the acquisition of Optics Balzers, including any expected synergies;

Our ability to successfully integrate the Optics Balzers business and achieve the expected results of the acquisition, including, without limitation, the acquisition being accretive in the expected timeframe or at all;

Actual net sales, operating rates, and margins for 2020;

The global economy, including the impact of tariffs and trade agreements;

The ultimate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our business, results of operations, financial condition, and liquidity;

The impact of any U.S. Federal Government shutdowns and sequestrations;

The condition of the markets which we serve, whether defined geographically or by segment, with the major market segments being: semiconductor, industrial, aerospace and defense, automotive, energy, consumer electronics, and telecom and data center;

Changes in product mix and the financial condition of customers;

Our success in developing and introducing new products and new product ramp-up rates;

Our success in passing through the costs of raw materials to customers or otherwise mitigating fluctuating prices for those materials, including the impact of fluctuating prices on inventory values;

Our success in identifying other acquisition candidates and in acquiring and integrating such businesses;

The impact of the results of other acquisitions on our ability to fully achieve the strategic and financial objectives related to these acquisitions;

Our success in implementing our strategic plans and the timely and successful completion and start-up of any capital projects;

Other financial and economic factors, including the cost and availability of raw materials (both base and precious metals), physical inventory valuations, metal financing fees, tax rates, exchange rates, interest rates, pension costs and required cash contributions and other employee benefit costs, energy costs, regulatory compliance costs, the cost and availability of insurance, credit availability, and the impact of Materion’s stock price on the cost of incentive compensation plans;

The uncertainties related to the impact of war, terrorist activities, and acts of God;

Changes in government regulatory requirements and the enactment of new legislation that impacts our obligations and operations;

The conclusion of pending litigation matters in accordance with our expectation that there will be no material adverse effects;

Our ability to successfully complete the disposition of our LAC business;

The disruptions on operations from, and other effects of, catastrophic and other extraordinary events including the COVID-19 pandemic; and

The risk factors as set forth in Item 1A of our 2019 Annual Report on Form 10-K and in our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the quarterly period ended March 27, 2020.

Materion Corporation is headquartered in Mayfield Heights, Ohio. The Company, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, supplies highly engineered advanced enabling materials to global markets. Products include precious and non-precious specialty metals, inorganic chemicals and powders, specialty coatings, specialty engineered beryllium alloys, beryllium and beryllium composites, and engineered clad and plated metal systems.


Investor Contact: Media Contact:
Stephen F. Shamrock John G. McCloskey
(216) 383-4010 (216) 383-6835
Mayfield Hts-g



Attachment 1
Materion Corporation and Subsidiaries
Consolidated Statements of Income

Second Quarter EndedSix Months Ended
(In thousands except per share amounts)June 26, 2020June 28, 2019June 26, 2020June 28, 2019
Net sales$271,468  $297,843  $549,414  $599,284  
Cost of sales223,378  228,249  455,749  460,378  
Gross margin48,090  69,594  93,665  138,906  
Selling, general, and administrative expense32,852  39,891  63,596  79,955  
Research and development expense4,502  4,062  8,687  7,802  
Goodwill impairment charges—  —  9,053  —  
Held for sale impairment charges—  —  1,713  —  
Restructuring expense2,387  —  4,551  —  
Other — net(357) 2,891  1,922  7,012  
Operating profit8,706  22,750  4,143  44,137  
Other non-operating (income) expense—net(851) 3,112  (1,795) 3,357  
Interest expense — net1,259  500  1,505  966  
Income before income taxes8,298  19,138  4,433  39,814  
Income tax expense1,620  3,598  858  7,368  
Net income$6,678  $15,540  $3,575  $32,446  
Basic earnings per share:
Net income per share of common stock$0.33  $0.76  $0.18  $1.60  
Diluted earnings per share:
Net income per share of common stock$0.32  $0.75  $0.17  $1.57  
Weighted-average number of shares of common stock outstanding:
Basic20,317  20,383  20,350  20,326  
Diluted20,554  20,666  20,587  20,635  


Attachment 2
Materion Corporation and Subsidiaries
Consolidated Balance Sheets
(Thousands)June 26, 2020December 31, 2019
Current assets
Cash and cash equivalents$265,068  $125,007  
Accounts receivable, net146,527  154,751  
Inventories, net209,847  190,390  
Prepaid and other current assets29,191  21,839  
Assets held for sale5,811  —  
Total current assets656,444  491,987  
Deferred income taxes1,669  1,666  
Property, plant, and equipment924,620  916,965  
Less allowances for depreciation, depletion, and amortization(685,355) (684,689) 
Property, plant, and equipment—net239,265  232,276  
Operating lease, right-of-use assets48,942  23,413  
Intangible assets5,732  6,380  
Other assets19,169  17,937  
Goodwill70,001  79,011  
Total Assets$1,041,222  $852,670  
Liabilities and Shareholders’ Equity
Current liabilities
Short-term debt$151,731  $868  
Accounts payable52,093  43,206  
Salaries and wages24,367  41,167  
Other liabilities and accrued items33,429  32,477  
Income taxes1,779  1,342  
Unearned revenue3,003  3,380  
Liabilities held for sale2,126  —  
Total current liabilities268,528  122,440  
Other long-term liabilities10,117  11,560  
Operating lease liabilities44,830  18,091  
Finance lease liabilities16,939  17,424  
Retirement and post-employment benefits32,389  32,466  
Unearned income57,799  32,891  
Long-term income taxes3,508  3,451  
Deferred income taxes2,172  2,410  
Long-term debt—  1,260  
Shareholders’ equity604,940  610,677  
Total Liabilities and Shareholders’ Equity$1,041,222  $852,670  


Attachment 3
Materion Corporation and Subsidiaries
Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
Six Months Ended
(Thousands)June 26, 2020June 28, 2019
Cash flows from operating activities:
Net income$3,575  $32,446  
Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by (used in) operating activities:
Depreciation, depletion, and amortization23,522  22,607  
Amortization of deferred financing costs in interest expense364  472  
Stock-based compensation expense (non-cash)
3,966  3,541  
Deferred income tax (benefit) expense(234) 4,578  
Net pension curtailments and settlements94  3,296  
Held for sale impairment charges10,766  —  
Changes in assets and liabilities:
Decrease (increase) in accounts receivable
5,331  (11,778) 
Decrease (increase) in inventory(20,585) 1,306  
Decrease (increase) in prepaid and other current assets(7,264) (588) 
Increase (decrease) in accounts payable and accrued expenses(7,634) (18,813) 
Increase (decrease) in unearned revenue(257) (88) 
Increase (decrease) in interest and taxes payable
1,058  (1,130) 
Increase (decrease) in unearned income due to customer prepayments26,713  —  
Domestic pension plan contributions—  (3,000) 
Other-net(2,982) (2,803) 
Net cash provided by operating activities36,433  30,046  
Cash flows from investing activities:
Payments for purchase of property, plant, and equipment(32,034) (13,833) 
Payments for mine development—  (1,591) 
Proceeds from sale of property, plant, and equipment33  15  
Net cash used in investing activities(32,001) (15,409) 
Cash flows from financing activities:
Short-term debt under revolving credit agreement150,000  —  
Repayment of long-term debt(428) (397) 
Principal payments under finance lease obligations(626) (599) 
Cash dividends paid(4,582) (4,368) 
Repurchase of common stock(6,766) (199) 
Payments of withholding taxes for stock-based compensation awards(2,025) (4,763) 
Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities135,573  (10,326) 
Effects of exchange rate changes56  (100) 
Net change in cash and cash equivalents140,061  4,211  
Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of period125,007  70,645  
Cash and cash equivalents at end of period$265,068  $74,856  


Attachment 4
Materion Corporation and Subsidiaries
Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measure - Value-added Sales, Operating Profit, and EBIT
Second Quarter EndedSix Months Ended
(Millions)June 26, 2020June 28, 2019June 26, 2020June 28, 2019
Net Sales
Performance Alloys and Composites$101.6  $135.2  $200.7  $262.3  
Advanced Materials150.1  133.2  310.3  277.3  
Precision Coatings19.8  29.4  38.4  59.7  
Other—  —  —  —  
 Total$271.5  $297.8  $549.4  $599.3  
 Less: Pass-through Metal Cost
Performance Alloys and Composites$11.8  $19.9  $27.2  $37.4  
Advanced Materials95.4  74.9  196.4  161.5  
Precision Coatings2.0  6.3  3.7  14.1  
Other0.7  1.8  1.9  3.7  
 Total$109.9  $102.9  $229.2  $216.7  
 Value-added Sales (non-GAAP)
Performance Alloys and Composites$89.8  $115.3  $173.5  $224.9  
Advanced Materials54.7  58.3  113.9  115.8  
Precision Coatings17.8  23.1  34.7  45.6  
Other(0.7) (1.8) (1.9) (3.7) 
 Total$161.6  $194.9  $320.2  $382.6  
Gross Margin% of VA% of VA% of VA% of VA
Performance Alloys and Composites$25.4  28%$41.6  36%$47.5  27%$80.8  36%
Advanced Materials16.1  29%20.2  35%33.7  30%42.2  36%
Precision Coatings7.1  40%10.3  45%13.1  38%19.7  43%
Other(0.5) (2.5) (0.6) (3.8) 
 Total$48.1  30%$69.6  36%$93.7  29%$138.9  36%
Operating Profit (Loss)% of VA% of VA% of VA% of VA
Performance Alloys and Composites$8.2  9%$19.3  17%$13.0  7%$38.3  17%
Advanced Materials4.4  8%6.1  10%9.2  8%13.2  11%
Precision Coatings2.1  12%3.9  17%(7.5) (22)%6.0  13%
Other(6.0) (6.5) (10.6) (13.4) 
 Total$8.7  5%$22.8  12%$4.1  1%$44.1  12%

Second Quarter EndedSix Months Ended
(Millions)June 26, 2020June 28, 2019June 26, 2020June 28, 2019
Special Items
Performance Alloys and Composites$4.2  $—  $7.8  $—  
Advanced Materials0.6  —  0.7  —  
Precision Coatings0.3  —  11.1  —  
Other(0.8) —  (0.7) —  
 Total$4.3  $—  $18.9  $—  
Operating Profit (Loss) Excluding Special Items% of VA% of VA% of VA% of VA
Performance Alloys and Composites$12.4  14%$19.3  17%$20.8  12%$38.3  17%
Advanced Materials5.0  9%6.1  10%9.9  9%13.2  11%
Precision Coatings2.4  13%3.9  17%3.6  10%6.0  13%
Other(6.8) (6.5) (11.3) (13.4) 
 Total$13.0  8%$22.8  12%$23.0  7%$44.1  12%
Non-Operating (Income) Expense% of VA% of VA% of VA% of VA
Performance Alloys and Composites$0.1  —%$0.2  —%$0.3  —%$0.4  —%
Advanced Materials—  —%—  —%—  —%—  —%
Precision Coatings—  —%—  —%—  —%—  —%
Other(1.0) 2.9  (2.1) 3.0  
 Total$(0.9) —%$3.1  —%$(1.8) —%$3.4  —%
Non-Operating (Income) Expense Special Items
Other$—  $3.3  $—  $3.3  
Total$—  $3.3  $—  $3.3  
EBIT Excluding Special Items% of VA% of VA% of VA
Performance Alloys and Composites$12.3  14%$19.1  17%$20.5  12%$37.9  17%
Advanced Materials5.0  9%6.1  10%9.9  9%13.2  11%
Precision Coatings2.4  13%3.9  17%3.6  10%6.0  13%
Other(5.8) (6.1) (9.2) (13.1) 
 Total$13.9  9%$23.0  12%$24.8  8%$44.0  12%
The cost of gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and copper is passed through to customers and, therefore, the trends and comparisons of net sales are affected by movements in the market price of these metals. Internally, management also reviews net sales on a value-added basis. Value-added sales is a non-GAAP financial measure that deducts the value of the pass-through metals sold from net sales. Value-added sales allows management to assess the impact of differences in net sales between periods or segments and analyze the resulting margins and profitability without the distortion of the movements in pass-through metal prices. The dollar amount of gross margin and operating profit is not affected by the value-added sales calculation. The Company sells other metals and materials that are not considered direct pass throughs, and these costs are not deducted from net sales to calculate value-added sales.

The Company’s pricing policy is to pass the cost of these metals on to customers in order to mitigate the impact of price volatility on the Company’s results from operations. Value-added information is being presented since changes in metal prices may not directly impact profitability. It is the Company’s intent to allow users of the financial statements to review sales with and without the impact of the pass-through metals.


Attachment 5
Materion Corporation and Subsidiaries
Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures - Profitability
Second Quarter EndedSix Months Ended
(Millions except per share amounts)June 26, 2020June 28, 2019June 26, 2020June 28, 2019
GAAP as Reported
Net sales$271.5  $297.8  $549.4  $599.3  
Operating profit8.7  22.8  4.1  44.1  
Non-operating (income) expense(0.9) 3.1  (1.8) 3.4  
Net income6.7  15.5  3.6  32.4  
Shares outstanding - Diluted20,554  20,666  20,587  20,635  
EPS - Diluted$0.32  $0.75  $0.17  $1.57  
Operating Profit Special Items
Impairment charges$—  $—  $10.8  $—  
Non-cash inventory adjustment—  —  1.3  —  
Cost reduction initiatives2.4  —  4.6  —  
COVID-19 related costs2.7  —  2.9  —  
Acquisition & divestiture costs1.4  —  1.5  —  
Foreign currency hedge gain(2.2) —  (2.2) —  
Total Operating Profit Special Items$4.3  $—  $18.9  $—  
Operating Profit Special Items - net of tax$3.3  $—  $14.5  $—  
Non-Operating Expense Special Items$—  $3.3  $—  $3.3  
Non-Operating Expense Special Items - net of tax$—  $2.6  $—  $2.6  
Tax Special Items$—  $—  $0.7  $—  
Special items per diluted share$0.17  $0.13  $0.75  $0.13  
Non-GAAP Measures - Adjusted Profitability
Value-added (VA) sales$161.6  $194.9  $320.2  $382.6  
Operating profit13.0  22.8  23.0  44.1  
Operating profit % of VA8.0 %11.7 %7.2 %11.5 %
EBIT13.9  23.0  24.8  44.0  
EBIT % of VA8.6 %11.8 %7.7 %11.5 %
Net income10.0  18.1  18.8  35.0  
EPS - Diluted$0.49  $0.88  $0.92  $1.70  
In addition to presenting financial statements prepared in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), this earnings release contains financial measures, including operating profit, segment operating profit, earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT), net income, and earnings per share, on a non-GAAP basis. As detailed in the above reconciliation and Attachment 4, we have adjusted the results for certain special items such as non-cash impairment charges, non-cash inventory adjustments, cost reduction initiatives (i.e., severance), COVID-19 related costs, acquisition and divestiture costs, foreign currency hedge gains, and certain discrete income tax items from the applicable GAAP financial measure. Internally, management reviews the results of operations without the impact of these costs in order to assess the profitability from ongoing activities. We are providing this information because we believe it will assist investors in analyzing our financial results and, when viewed in conjunction with the GAAP results, provide a more comprehensive understanding of the factors and trends affecting our operations.

Attachment 6
Materion Corporation and Subsidiaries
Value-added sales by Market
Second Quarter EndedSix Months Ended
(Millions)June 26, 2020June 28, 2019 % ChangeJune 26, 2020June 28, 2019% Change
Materion Corporation
Semiconductor$38.0  $36.3  4.7 %$77.3  $74.2  4.2 %
Industrial29.6  36.4  (18.7)%59.8  70.0  (14.6)%
Aerospace and Defense22.1  29.6  (25.3)%41.3  60.1  (31.3)%
Automotive13.1  14.8  (11.5)%27.8  31.8  (12.6)%
Energy12.3  19.1  (35.6)%25.0  37.5  (33.3)%
Consumer electronics11.3  19.2  (41.1)%24.0  33.4  (28.1)%
Telecom and Data Center10.8  16.1  (32.9)%19.7  31.2  (36.9)%
Other24.4  23.4  4.3 %45.3  44.4  2.0 %
    Total$161.6  $194.9  (17.1)%$320.2  $382.6  (16.3)%
Performance Alloys and Composites
Semiconductor$1.4  $1.3  7.7 %$2.2  $3.2  (31.3)%
Industrial22.2  26.0  (14.6)%43.9  50.0  (12.2)%
Aerospace and Defense17.124.4(29.9)%30.449.3(38.3)%
Consumer electronics7.914.7(46.3)%17.025.3(32.8)%
Telecom and Data Center10.716.0(33.1)%19.331.0(37.7)%
Other13.610.233.3 % %
    Total$89.8  $115.3  (22.1)%$173.5  $224.9  (22.9)%
Advanced Materials
Semiconductor$36.4  $35.0  4.0 %$74.8  $70.8  5.6 %
Industrial4.9  6.6  (25.8)%10.3  12.1  (14.9)%
Aerospace and Defense0.90.580.0 % %
Consumer electronics0.1(100.0)%0.10.2(50.0)%
Telecom and Data Center0.20.1100.0 %0.40.4— %
    Total$54.7  $58.3  (6.2)%$113.9  $115.8  (1.6)%
Precision Coatings
Semiconductor$0.2  $0.1  100.0 %$0.2  $0.2  — %
Industrial2.6  3.8  (31.6)%5.7  8.0  (28.8)%
Aerospace and Defense4.1  4.8  (14.6)%9.2  9.6  (4.2)%
Automotive—  0.4  (100.0)%—  0.6  (100.0)%
Energy—  —  — %—  —  — %
Consumer electronics3.4  4.4  (22.7)%6.9  7.9  (12.7)%
Telecom and Data Center—  —  — %—  —  — %
Other7.5  9.6  (21.9)%12.7  19.3  (34.2)%
    Total$17.8  $23.1  (22.9)%$34.7  $45.6  (23.9)%
Eliminations$(0.7) $(1.8) $(1.9) $(3.7) 

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Screenshot of intrinsic value for AT&T (2019) Member Feature

Our Intrinsic Value calculator estimates what an entire company is worth using up to 10 years of financial ratios to determine if a stock is overvalued or not


Financial Stability Report

Financial Stability Report
Screenshot of financial stability report for Coco-Cola (2019) Member Feature

Our Financial Stability reports uses up to 10 years of financial ratios to determine the health of a company's EPS, Dividends, Book Value, Return on Equity, Current Ratio and Debt-to-Equity


Get a Better Picture of a Company's Performance

Financial Ratios
Available Financial Ratios Member Feature

See how over 70 Growth, Profitability and Financial Ratios perform over 10 Years


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