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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact:Renee Campbell
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Date:October 20, 2021

Valmont Reports Third Quarter 2021 Results

Omaha, NE - Valmont Industries, Inc. (NYSE: VMI), a leading global provider of engineered products and services for infrastructure development and irrigation equipment and services for agriculture, today reported financial results for the third quarter ended September 25, 2021.
Third Quarter 2021 Highlights (all metrics compared to Third Quarter 2020 unless otherwise noted)
Record Third-Quarter Net Sales of $868.8 million, an increase of 18.4%, with growth in all segments led by significantly higher Irrigation sales

Operating Income improved to $76.2 million, or 8.8% of sales ($80.4 million or 9.3% adjusted1) compared to $61.5 million or 8.4% of sales last year ($67.1 million or 9.1% adjusted1), despite ongoing inflationary pressures and supply chain disruptions

Diluted Earnings per Share (EPS) improved to $2.40 ($2.57 adjusted1) compared to $1.84 ($1.99 adjusted1)

Record global backlog of more than $1.5 billion, an increase of 35.0% since the end of fiscal 2020, reflecting improved pricing and continued strong market demand
Raising the bottom end of full-year GAAP diluted EPS guidance to a new range of $10.10 to $10.60 (Adjusted diluted EPS to $10.60 to $11.10)1.
    

1 Please see Reg G reconciliation to GAAP measures at end of document



Key Financial Metrics

Third Quarter
GAAP
Adjusted1
(000's except per share amounts)09/25/2021 3Q 202109/26/2020
3Q 2020

vs. 3Q 2020
09/25/2021 3Q 202109/26/2020
3Q 2020
vs. 3Q 2020
Net Sales
$868,782 $733,970 18.4%$868,782 $733,970 18.4%
Operating Income
76,195 61,479 23.9%80,433 67,111 19.9%
Operating Income as a % of Net Sales
8.8 %8.4 %9.3 %9.1 %
Net Earnings
51,650 39,342 31.3%55,284 42,670 29.6%
Diluted Earnings Per Share
$2.40 $1.84 30.4%$2.57 $1.99 29.1%
Average Shares Outstanding
21,552 21,416 21,552 21,416 
Year-To-Date
GAAP
Adjusted1
09/25/2021 YTD 202109/26/2020
YTD 2020
vs. YTD 202009/25/2021 YTD 202109/26/2020
YTD 2020
vs. YTD 2020
Net Sales
$2,538,297 $2,096,978 21.0%$2,538,297 $2,096,978 21.0%
Operating Income
236,031 171,814 37.4%248,494 199,663 24.5%
Operating Income as a % of Net Sales
9.3 %8.2 %9.8 %9.5 %
Net Earnings
168,774 104,878 60.9%176,060 128,446 37.1%
Diluted Earnings Per Share
$7.86 $4.89 60.7%$8.20 $5.99 36.9%
Average Shares Outstanding
21,483 21,453 21,483 21,453 


"We have continued building positive momentum in 2021 with another quarter of strong sales and operating performance," said Stephen G. Kaniewski, President and Chief Executive Officer. "Our results reflect the benefits of focused pricing actions and our growth strategies, combined with the strength of our businesses and execution by our global teams. Through these actions, we achieved record third-quarter sales, grew adjusted operating income 20 percent year-over-year and delivered adjusted diluted earnings per share growth of 30 percent, despite ongoing inflationary pressures of higher raw materials, freight and labor. Sales growth this quarter was once again led by significantly higher sales in Irrigation, as strong global agricultural market fundamentals are driving positive farmer sentiment, and deliveries of the large Egypt project continued. Robust market demand for improving grid resiliency and renewable energy usage, and increased pricing are driving continued sales growth in Utility Support Structures. Higher sales in Engineered Support Structures were led by a focus on pricing and growth of wireless communication products and components, and solid execution globally helped drive this segment's third-quarter operating profit margins above 12 percent for the first time. Sales growth in Coatings was led by pricing and improved industrial production levels compared to last year."

Kaniewski continued, "Year-to-date, we have delivered strong results driven by the engagement and focus of our employees and successful execution of our strategies, in spite of a challenging macro environment. I am incredibly proud of the way our team continues to perform and would like to thank our employees for their hard work in delivering these results and continuing to provide exceptional service to our customers."

Third Quarter 2021 Segment Review
Infrastructure
Utility Support Structures Segment (31.8% of Sales)
Steel, concrete and composite structures for utility markets, including transmission, distribution, substations, renewable energy generation equipment and drone inspection services
1 Please see Reg G reconciliation to GAAP measures at end of document


Sales of $276.5 million grew slightly year-over-year. Significantly higher pricing and higher volumes in North American markets due to utilities' ongoing investments in grid resiliency were mostly offset by lower global generation sales primarily related to large projects in 2020 that did not repeat this year.

Operating Income was $24.6 million or 8.9% of sales compared to $25.9 million or 9.4% of sales ($29.2 million or 10.6% adjusted1) in 2020. Higher average selling prices were more than offset by the impact of continued raw material cost inflation that was not fully recovered through pricing mechanisms during the quarter, and lower global generation product sales.

Engineered Support Structures Segment (32.4% of Sales)
Poles, towers and components for the lighting, transportation and wireless communication markets, engineered access systems, integrated structure solutions for smart cities, and highway safety products
Sales of $281.1 million increased 10.0% year-over-year, due to favorable pricing in all regions and higher sales of wireless communication products and components.

Lighting and transportation sales of $188.6 million increased 3.9% year-over-year, as favorable pricing and higher commercial lighting sales more than offset lower transportation volumes in most regions.

Wireless communication products and components sales of $63.4 million increased 25.2% year-over-year. Capital investments from wireless carriers supporting 5G buildouts, and favorable pricing led to sales growth.

Access systems sales of $29.1 million increased 24.3% year-over-year, primarily due to improved end markets in Australia.

Operating Income improved to $34.4 million or 12.2% of sales compared to $25.4 million or 9.9% of sales ($26.4 million or 10.3% adjusted1) in 2020. Profitability improvement was driven by favorable pricing and improved fixed cost leverage.

Coatings Segment (11.1% of Sales)
Galvanizing, painting and anodizing services to preserve and protect metal products
Sales of $96.7 million increased 10.0% year-over-year, due to higher average selling prices and sales from the new greenfield facility in Pittsburgh, PA that commenced operations earlier this year.

Operating Income was $12.5 million or 12.9% of sales compared to $12.4 million or 14.1% of sales ($13.7 million or 15.6% adjusted1) in 2020. Lower profitability was driven by higher cost inflation that was not yet fully recovered by price, and startup costs related to the new Pittsburgh facility.

Agriculture
Irrigation Segment (27.7% of Sales)
Center pivots and linear irrigation equipment for agricultural markets, including parts, services, and tubular products, and advanced technology solutions for water management and precision agriculture

Global sales of $240.3 million increased 72.6% year-over-year, due to higher volumes in all markets, particularly Egypt, North America and Brazil, favorable pricing, and higher technology sales.

North American sales of $116.3 million grew 53.4% compared to 2020. Sales growth was led by favorable pricing, higher volumes due to continued strength in agricultural markets and higher industrial tubing sales.

International sales of $124.0 million nearly doubled year-over-year. Sales growth was led by continued strong demand, including deliveries of the large Egypt project and higher sales in Brazil, Africa and Europe.

1 Please see Reg G reconciliation to GAAP measures at end of document


Global backlog increased 26.0% year-over-year to $388.0 million, demonstrating the underlying strength in agricultural markets globally.

Operating Income improved to $27.7 million, or 11.5% of sales ($32.0 million or 13.3% adjusted1) compared to $14.7 million, or 10.6% of sales in 2020. Profitability growth was driven by higher volumes, favorable pricing and improved operational efficiencies, partially offset by SG&A expense from the recent Prospera acquisition.
Global Supply Chain and Continuation of COVID-19 Safety Protocols
Since the start of the pandemic, the Company has been taking measured and deliberate steps to strengthen its global supply chain. Through its strong relationships with many strategic suppliers, Valmont has experienced no significant supply disruptions, and has been able to continue procuring raw materials and components critical to its operations, including steel, aluminum and zinc. Other supply constraints have been largely mitigated by effectively utilizing the Company's global footprint.

Valmont monitors health advisories on a continuous basis and will continue to follow CDC, WHO and local guidelines to protect the safety, health and well-being of employees, customers, suppliers and communities.

Balance Sheet, Liquidity and Capital Allocation
Year-to-date cash flows from operations are $61.8 million, primarily reflecting higher levels of net working capital to proactively manage supply chain disruptions and support strong sales growth. At the end of third quarter, cash and cash equivalents were $170.0 million. Valmont purchased $2.5 million of company stock in the third quarter, and $123.9 million remains on the current authorization with no expiration. The Company remains committed to maintaining its Investment Grade credit rating.

2021 Financial Outlook and Key Assumptions
The Company is raising the bottom end of its full-year diluted EPS guidance range and reaffirming key assumptions for the remainder of 2021. GAAP diluted EPS is now expected to be $10.10 to $10.60 and adjusted diluted EPS is now expected to be $10.60 to $11.101. Full-year Net Sales growth is expected to be 17% to 18%, and Irrigation segment sales growth is expected to be 50% to 53%. The revised guidance reflects the Company's year-to-date results, strength in global agricultural markets, continued favorable end-market demand across all businesses and expected recovery of cost inflation.
2021 Full Year Financial OutlookPrevious OutlookRevised Outlook
Net Sales Growth (vs. PY)
16% to 19%17% to 18%
Irrigation Segment Sales Growth (vs. PY)
45% to 50%50% to 53%
GAAP Diluted EPS1
$9.90 to $10.60$10.10 to $10.60
Adjusted Diluted EPS1
$10.40 to $11.10$10.60 to $11.10
    

2021 Key Assumptions
Favorable foreign currency translation impact of approximately 1.0% of Net Sales
Fourth quarter tax rate of approximately 24.0%;
Capital expenditures to be in the range of $110 - $120 million to support strategic growth and Industry 4.0 advanced manufacturing initiatives
No pandemic-driven closures of large manufacturing facilities, workforce disruptions, or significant supply chain interruptions

"The strong market drivers we are seeing across our businesses, and our team’s proven ability to manage through this unprecedented macro environment give us confidence about the remainder of this year", Kaniewski added. "We entered the fourth quarter with a record backlog of more than $1.5 billion reflecting
1 Please see Reg G reconciliation to GAAP measures at end of document


strong market demand. In the Utility Support Structures segment, despite continued steel cost increases, we expect sequential margin improvement as pricing becomes more aligned with inflation. Our backlog of more than $760.0 million in this segment is indicative of the long-term market drivers of grid resiliency and the increasing use of renewable energy. In Engineered Support Structures, the long-term need for critical infrastructure investment globally, including current and future stimulus programs, gives us confidence in future growth. We are benefiting from increasing demand in wireless communications markets as 5G build-outs are accelerating. Our Coatings business has been trending in-line with industrial production levels. In Irrigation, a solid international project pipeline and favorable market trends globally are providing strong momentum well into next year. Across the portfolio, we continue to quickly execute pricing strategies to recover the impact of inflation and leverage the strength of our global supply chain. Additionally, our balance sheet remains strong, giving us flexibility to execute our long-term strategic plan."

Kaniewski continued, "Strong market demand, the strength of our operations, and our continued pricing actions across the portfolio give us confidence as we look ahead to next year. In 2022 we expect sales growth of 7% to 12% and earnings per share growth of 13% to 15%, in line with the 3- to-5 year growth targets we communicated at our May 2021 Investor Day. We are in a position of strength with a diverse and talented team who are driven by our core values to deliver results for our customers and our stakeholders.”

A live audio discussion with Stephen G. Kaniewski, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Avner M. Applbaum, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, will be accessible by telephone on Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. CDT by dialing 1-877-407-6184 or 1-201-389-0877 (no Conference ID needed), or via webcast by pointing browsers to this link: Valmont Industries 3Q 2021 Earnings Conference Call. A slide presentation will simultaneously be available for download on the Investors page at valmont.com. A replay of the event can be accessed two hours after the call at the above link or by telephone at 1-877-660-6853 or 1-201-612-7415. Please use conference identification number 13713723. The replay will be available through 10:59 p.m. CDT on October 28, 2021.

About Valmont Industries, Inc.
For over 75 years, Valmont® has been a global leader in creating vital infrastructure and advancing agricultural productivity. Today, we remain committed to doing more with less by innovating through technology. Learn more about how we’re Conserving Resources. Improving Life.® at valmont.com.

Concerning Forward-Looking Statements
This release contains forward-looking statements, within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are based on assumptions that management has made in light of experience in the industries in which Valmont operates, as well as management’s perceptions of historical trends, current conditions, expected future developments and other factors believed to be appropriate under the circumstances. As you read and consider this release, you should understand that these statements are not guarantees of performance or results. They involve risks, uncertainties (some of which are beyond Valmont’s control) and assumptions. Although management believes that these forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, you should be aware that many factors could affect Valmont’s actual financial results and cause them to differ materially from those anticipated in the forward-looking statements. These factors include among other things, the continuing and developing effects of COVID-19 including the effects of the outbreak on the general economy and the specific economic effects on the Company’s business and that of its customers and suppliers, risk factors described from time to time in Valmont’s reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as future economic and market circumstances, industry conditions, company performance and financial results, operating efficiencies, availability and price of raw material, availability and market acceptance of new products, product pricing, domestic and international competitive environments, and actions and policy changes of domestic and foreign governments. The Company cautions that any forward-looking statement included in this press release is made as of the date of this press release and the Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking statement.
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1 Please see Reg G reconciliation to GAAP measures at end of document


VALMONT INDUSTRIES, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF EARNINGS
(Dollars in thousands, except per share amounts)
(unaudited)
Third QuarterYear-to-Date
13 Weeks Ended39 Weeks Ended
25-Sep-2126-Sep-2025-Sep-2126-Sep-20
Net sales$868,782 $733,970 $2,538,297 $2,096,978 
Cost of sales641,378 543,223 1,876,692 1,536,045 
Gross profit
227,404 190,747 661,605 560,933 
Selling, general and administrative expenses
151,209 129,268 425,574 372,481 
Impairment of goodwill and intangible assets— — — 16,638 
Operating income76,195 61,479 236,031 171,814 
Other income (expense)
Interest expense(11,031)(10,454)(31,466)(30,566)
Interest income397 430 894 1,931 
Gain on investments (unrealized)488 900 1,556 1,102 
Other2,644 233 10,297 1,349 
Other income (expense), net(7,502)(8,891)(18,719)(26,184)
Earnings before income taxes68,693 52,588 217,312 145,630 
Income tax expense16,080 12,084 46,322 39,172 
Equity in (loss) of nonconsolidated subsidiaries (360)(276)(1,079)(755)
Net earnings52,253 40,228 169,911 105,703 
Less: Loss (earnings) attributable to non-controlling interests(603)(886)(1,137)(825)
Net earnings attributable to Valmont Industries, Inc.$51,650 $39,342 $168,774 $104,878 
Average shares outstanding (000's) - Basic21,175 21,309 21,182 21,358 
Earnings per share - Basic$2.44 $1.85 $7.97 $4.91 
Average shares outstanding (000's) - Diluted21,552 21,416 21,483 21,453 
Earnings per share - Diluted$2.40 $1.84 $7.86 $4.89 
Cash dividends per share$0.500 $0.450 $1.500 $1.350 







VALMONT INDUSTRIES, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
SUMMARY OPERATING RESULTS
(Dollars in thousands)
(unaudited)
Third QuarterYear-to-Date
13 Weeks Ended39 Weeks Ended
25-Sep-2126-Sep-2025-Sep-2126-Sep-20
Net sales
Utility Support Structures
$276,502 $274,393 $797,498 $731,178 
Engineered Support Structures281,097 255,656 772,813 739,783 
Coatings
96,685 87,886 288,131 255,976 
Infrastructure products654,284 617,935 1,858,442 1,726,937 
Irrigation240,331 139,209 751,960 446,568 
Less: Intersegment sales(25,833)(23,174)(72,105)(76,527)
Total$868,782 $733,970 $2,538,297 $2,096,978 
Operating Income
Utility Support Structures
$24,561 $25,881 $61,168 $75,255 
Engineered Support Structures34,383 25,434 86,235 46,183 
Coatings
12,478 12,416 40,018 33,618 
Infrastructure products71,422 63,731 187,421 155,056 
Irrigation27,735 14,687 108,467 60,701 
Corporate(22,962)(16,939)(59,857)(43,943)
Total$76,195 $61,479 $236,031 $171,814 



Valmont has aggregated its business segments into four global reportable segments as follows.

Utility Support Structures: This segment consists of the manufacture of steel, concrete and composite structures for utility markets, including transmission, distribution, substations, renewable energy generation equipment and drone inspection services.

Engineered Support Structures: This segment consists of the manufacture and distribution of poles, towers and components for the lighting, transportation and wireless communication markets, engineered access systems, integrated structure solutions for smart cities, and highway safety products.

Coatings: This segment consists of global galvanizing, painting and anodizing services to preserve and protect metal products.

Irrigation: This segment consists of the global manufacture of center pivots and linear irrigation equipment for agricultural markets, including, parts, services, and tubular products, and advanced technology solutions for water management and precision agriculture





VALMONT INDUSTRIES, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS
(Dollars in thousands)
(unaudited)
25-Sep-2126-Dec-20
ASSETS
Current assets:
Cash and cash equivalents
$169,795 $400,726 
Accounts receivable, net537,693 511,714 
Inventories655,903 448,941 
Contract asset - costs and profits in excess of billings155,417 123,495 
Prepaid expenses and other assets95,965 59,804 
Refundable income taxes— 9,945 
Total current assets1,614,773 1,554,625 
Property, plant and equipment, net617,313 597,727 
Goodwill and other assets1,179,178 800,808 
$3,411,264 $2,953,160 
LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
Current liabilities:
Current installments of long-term debt$4,803 $2,748 
Notes payable to banks13,765 35,147 
Accounts payable338,723 268,099 
Accrued expenses241,058 227,735 
Contract liability - billings in excess of costs and earnings138,286 130,018 
Income taxes payable3,734 — 
Dividend payable10,610 9,556 
Total current liabilities750,979 673,303 
Long-term debt, excluding current installments897,488 728,431 
Operating lease liabilities148,031 80,202 
Other long-term liabilities270,034 263,388 
Shareholders' equity1,344,732 1,207,836 
$3,411,264 $2,953,160 



VALMONT INDUSTRIES, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
(Dollars in thousands)
(unaudited)
Third Quarter
39 Weeks Ended
25-Sep-2126-Sep-20
Cash flows from operating activities
Net Earnings$169,911 $105,703 
Depreciation and amortization67,764 61,523 
Impairment of long-lived assets— 19,449 
Contribution to defined benefit pension plan(970)(17,398)
Change in working capital(157,473)119,617 
Other(17,403)(15,848)
Net cash flows from operating activities61,829 273,046 
Cash flows from investing activities
Purchase of property, plant, and equipment
(80,509)(70,960)
Acquisitions(312,500)(15,862)
Other3,546 15,437 
Net cash flows from investing activities(389,463)(71,385)
Cash flows from financing activities
Proceeds from long-term borrowings
236,710 88,872 
Principal payments on long-term borrowings(66,128)(76,417)
Payments on short-term borrowings(20,463)(6,462)
Purchase of treasury shares(24,101)(28,006)
Purchase of noncontrolling interest— (55,916)
Dividends paid(30,794)(27,316)
Other5,792 (4,739)
Net cash flows from financing activities101,016 (109,984)
Effect of exchange rates on cash and cash equivalents(4,313)(2,164)
Net change in cash and cash equivalents(230,931)89,513 
Cash and cash equivalents - beginning of year400,726 353,542 
Cash and cash equivalents - end of period$169,795 $443,055 





VALMONT INDUSTRIES, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES
SUMMARY OF EFFECT OF SIGNIFICANT NON-RECURRING ITEMS ON REPORTED RESULTS
REGULATION G RECONCILIATION
(Dollars in thousands, except per share amounts)
(unaudited)

The non-GAAP tables below disclose the impact of 1) the intangible asset amortization and stock-based compensation recognized on the Prospera subsidiary, 2) a write off a receivable following arbitration of a commercial transaction from 2014, 3) acquisition diligence, 4) restructuring expenses on segment operating income and net earnings and 6) the impact of the U.K. tax rate change on net earnings (adjusts statutory tax rate from 19% to 25%). Amounts may be impacted by rounding. We believe the adjustments for Prospera allow for a better comparison of future Irrigation segment performance as compared to historical results. We believe it is useful when considering company performance for the non-GAAP adjusted net earnings and operating income to be taken into consideration by management and investors with the related reported GAAP measures.
Thirteen weeks ended September 25, 2021DilutedThirty-nine weeks ended September 25, 2021Diluted
earnings perearnings per
shareshare
Net earnings attributable to Valmont Industries, Inc. - as reported$51,650 $2.40 $168,774 $7.86 
Prospera intangible asset amortization1,926 0.09 1,926 0.09 
Stock-based compensation - Prospera subsidiary 2,312 0.11 2,312 0.11 
Write-off of a receivable, pre-tax
— — 5,545 0.26 
Acquisition diligence expense, pre-tax— — 1,120 0.05 
Restructuring expense, pre-tax
— — 1,560 0.07 
Total Adjustments4,238 0.20 12,463 0.58 
Change in U.K. statutory tax rate— — (2,819)(0.13)
Tax effect of adjustments *(604)(0.03)(2,358)(0.11)
Net earnings attributable to Valmont Industries, Inc. - Adjusted$55,284 $2.57 $176,060 $8.20 
Average shares outstanding (000’s) - Diluted21,552 21,483 
* The tax effect of adjustments is calculated based on the income tax rate in each applicable jurisdiction.

Thirteen weeks ended September 25, 2021
Operating Income Reconciliation
Engineered Support StructuresUtility Support StructuresCoatingsIrrigationCorporateValmont
Operating income - as reported
$34,383 $24,561 $12,478 $27,735 $(22,962)$76,195 
Prospera intangible asset amortization— — — 1,926 — 1,926 
Stock-based compensation - Prospera subsidiary— — — 2,312 — 2,312 
Adjusted Operating Income
$34,383 $24,561 $12,478 $31,973 $(22,962)$80,433 
Net Sales - as reported
281,097 276,502 96,685 240,331 NM868,782 
Operating Income as a % of Sales
12.2 %8.9 %12.9 %11.5 %NM8.8 %
Adjusted Operating Income as a % of Sales
12.2 %8.9 %12.9 %13.3 %NM9.3 %









Thirty-nine weeks ended September 25, 2021
Operating Income Reconciliation
Engineered Support StructuresUtility Support StructuresCoatingsIrrigationCorporateValmont
Operating income - as reported
$86,235 $61,168 $40,018 $108,467 $(59,857)$236,031 
Prospera intangible asset amortization— — — 1,926 — 1,926 
Stock-based compensation - Prospera subsidiary— — — 2,312 — 2,312 
Write off a receivable, pre-tax— 5,545 — — — 5,545 
Acquisition diligence expense, pre-tax
— — — — 1,120 1,120 
Restructuring expense, pre-tax— 650 — 910 — 1,560 
Adjusted Operating Income
$86,235 $67,363 $40,018 $113,615 $(58,737)$248,494 
Net Sales - as reported
772,813 797,498 288,131 751,960 NM2,538,297 
Operating Income as a % of Sales
11.2 %7.7 %13.9 %14.4 %NM9.3 %
Adjusted Operating Income as a % of Sales
11.2 %8.4 %13.9 %15.1 %NM9.8 %




The non-GAAP tables below disclose the impact of impairment of goodwill, tradenames, and a facility, restructuring costs on segment operating income and net earnings as well as the impact of the U.K. tax rate change on net earnings (adjusts statutory tax rate from 17% to 19%). Amounts may be impacted by rounding. We believe it is useful when considering company performance for the non-GAAP adjusted net earnings and operating income to be taken into consideration by management and investors with the related reported GAAP measures for the second quarter and first half of fiscal 2020.
Thirteen weeks ended September 26, 2020DilutedThirty-nine weeks ended September 26, 2020Diluted
earnings perearnings per
shareshare
Net earnings attributable to Valmont Industries, Inc. - as reported$39,342 $1.84 $104,878 $4.89 
Impairment of goodwill and tradename, pre-tax
— — 16,638 0.78 
Restructuring and related asset impairment costs - pre-tax
5,632 0.26 11,211 0.52 
Total Adjustments5,632 0.26 27,849 1.30 
Tax effect of adjustments *(776)(0.04)(2,753)(0.13)
UK tax rate change(1,528)(0.07)(1,528)(0.07)
Net earnings attributable to Valmont Industries, Inc. - Adjusted$42,670 $1.99 $128,446 $5.99 
Average shares outstanding (000’s) - Diluted21,416 21,453 
* The tax effect of adjustments is calculated based on the income tax rate in each applicable jurisdiction.




Thirteen weeks ended September 26, 2020
Operating Income Reconciliation
Engineered Support StructuresUtility Support StructuresCoatingsIrrigationCorporateValmont
Operating income - as reported
$25,434 $25,881 $12,416 $14,687 $(16,939)$61,479 
Impairment of goodwill and tradename— — — — — 
Restructuring and related asset impairment costs
902 3,301 1,284 — 145 5,632 
Adjusted Operating Income
$26,336 $29,182 $13,700 $14,687 $(16,794)$67,111 
Net Sales - as reported
255,656 274,393 87,886 139,209 NM733,970 
Operating Income as a % of Sales
9.9 %9.4 %14.1 %10.6 %NM8.4 %
Adjusted Operating Income as a % of Sales
10.3 %10.6 %15.6 %10.6 %NM9.1 %

Thirty-nine weeks ended September 26, 2020
Operating Income Reconciliation
Engineered Support StructuresUtility Support StructuresCoatingsIrrigationCorporateValmont
Operating income - as reported
$46,183 $75,255 $33,618 $60,701 $(43,943)$171,814 
Impairment of goodwill and tradename16,638 — — — — 16,638 
Restructuring and related asset impairment costs2,364 6,975 1,506 — 366 11,211 
Adjusted Operating Income
$65,185 $82,230 $35,124 $60,701 $(43,577)$199,663 
Net Sales - as reported
739,783 731,178 255,976 446,568 NM2,096,978 
Operating Income as a % of Sales
6.2 %10.3 %13.1 %13.6 %NM8.2 %
Adjusted Operating Income as a % of Sales
8.8 %11.2 %13.7 %13.6 %NM9.5 %



VALMONT INDUSTRIES, INC. AND SUBSIDIARIES

REGULATION G RECONCILIATION OF FORECASTED GAAP AND ADJUSTED EARNINGS
(Dollars in thousands, except per share amounts)

The non-GAAP tables below disclose the impact on the range of estimated diluted earnings per share of the 1) write off a receivable following arbitration 2) restructuring costs, 3) acquisition diligence costs and 4) six months of (a) amortization of the technology intangible asset (Prospera Technologies) and (b) share-based compensation for Prospera employees and 5) the increase in the U.K. statutory tax rate. We believe the adjustments for Prospera allow for a better comparison of future Irrigation segment performance as compared to historical results. We believe it is useful when considering company performance for the non-GAAP adjusted net earnings to be taken into consideration by management and investors with the related reported GAAP measures for fiscal 2021.
Reconciliation of Range of Net Earnings - Full Year 2021Low EndHigh EndAdjustments
Estimated net earnings - GAAP$217,000 $228,000 
Write-off of a receivable, pre-tax
5,545 
Acquisition diligence expense, pre-tax1,120 
Estimated restructuring expense, pre-tax1,560 
Prospera intangible asset (proprietary technology) amortization, pre-tax3,750 
Share-based compensation - Prospera (ML & AI subsidiary), pre-tax4,950 
 Total pre-tax adjustments16,925 
Estimated tax benefit from above expenses*(3,106)
Change in U.K. statutory tax rate (2,819)
  Total Adjustments, after-tax$11,000 
Estimated net earnings - Adjusted$228,000 $239,000 
Diluted Earnings Per Share Range - GAAP$10.10 $10.60 
Diluted Earnings Per Share Range - Adjusted$10.60 $11.10 
* The tax effect of adjustments is calculated based on the income tax rate in each applicable jurisdiction.


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