Nestlés globale årsresultat
- Sales of CHF 92.2 billion, up CHF 8.6 billion, +10.2%
- 5.9% organic growth, 3.1% real internal growth
- Trading operating profit up 11.8% to CHF 14.0 billion, margin up 20 basis points to 15.2%
- Earnings per share up 12.2% to CHF 3.33
- Proposed dividend increased to CHF 2.05 per share
- Operating cash flow increased CHF 5.6 billion to CHF 15.8 billion
- 2013 outlook: Organic growth of 5% to 6%, improved trading operating profit margin and underlying earnings per share in constant currencies
Paul Bulcke, Nestlé CEO: “In 2012 we delivered on our commitment: a good, broad-based performance building upon the profitable growth achieved consistently over previous years. All our businesses, both in developed and in emerging markets contributed. Our nutrition, health and wellness agenda continued to bring enhanced benefits for consumers, greater brand differentiation in the market place and increased value for shareholders. With creativity and innovation, our people laid the foundations for future growth. We increased the support behind our brands. We further strengthened our global R&D network with new facilities in India and China. We developed new capabilities for Nestlé Health Science and acquired Wyeth Nutrition. We invested responsibly and sustainably, expanding our manufacturing footprint, while continuing to reduce the environmental impact of our business. Despite the many challenges 2013 will no doubt bring, we expect to deliver the Nestlé Model of organic growth between 5% and 6% as well as an improved margin and underlying earnings per share in constant currencies.”
Vevey, 14 February 2013 - Nestlé’s reported sales were up CHF 8.6 billion, or 10.2%, to CHF 92.2 billion. Organic growth was 5.9%, building on the strong growth of recent years, and was composed of 3.1% real internal growth and 2.8% pricing. After years of adverse impact, foreign exchange added 1.7% to sales, and acquisitions, net of divestitures, a further 2.6%.
- The Group’s trading operating profit was CHF 14.0 billion, up CHF 1.5 billion or 11.8%. The trading operating profit margin was 15.2%, up 20 basis points, +10 basis points in constant currencies.
- The cost of goods sold fell by 30 basis points and distribution costs were down 20 basis points. Nestlé Continuous Excellence delivered efficiencies of over CHF 1.5 billion, building on savings in previous years.
- We increased the marketing support behind our brands bringing total marketing costs up by 30 basis points. Consumer facing spend rose about 8% in constant currencies.
- Administrative costs were up by 20 basis points, following last year’s drop of 80 basis points caused by the restructuring of pension plans in 2011.
- Net profit was up CHF 1.1 billion to CHF 10.6 billion, and earnings per share were up 12.2% reported to CHF 3.33. Underlying earnings per share in constant currencies were up 7.5%.
- We increased operating cash flow by CHF 5.6 billion to CHF 15.8 billion, reflecting primarily a substantial improvement in our working capital.
- The Nestlé Group’s growth was broad-based across all categories and geographies, with 5.9% organic growth in the Americas, 2.4% in Europe and 10.3% in Asia, Oceania and Africa.
- In spite of the challenging trading environment in the developed world our innovation in products, systems and routes to market delivered organic growth of 2.5%. In emerging markets we grew 11%, achieving sales of CHF 39.3 billion.
- We took further steps to enhance our position as the trusted leader in nutrition, health and wellness. We continued to reformulate products to make them healthier and tastier. We leveraged our research and development capabilities to deliver good nutrition and develop solutions to help people manage diet-related illnesses. We continued to build partnerships with organisations active in the fight against non-communicable diseases. We acquired Wyeth Nutrition and a number of new capabilities for Nestlé Health Science. We inaugurated the Nestlé Institute of Health Sciences, added two new R&D units in China, a new R&D centre in India and opened a global centre for clinical trials in Switzerland.
Nestlés historie i Norge går helt tilbake til 1898 med Viking melk. I dag selger Nestlé en rekke sterke merkevarer som NESCAFÉ, Nesquik, NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto, Nestlé Barnemat, Smarties, Lion, After Eight, Maggi potetmos og buljong og frokostblandinger som Cheerios og Fitness. Nestlé eier også virksomhetene Nespresso, Nestlé Professional, Jede, Kaffeknappen, Hjem-is, Purina og Health Science.
Vårt mål er å produsere kvalitetsprodukter som smaker godt og fremmer en sunn livsstil. I Nestlé Norge er vi ca. 250 ansatte, og omsetter for 1,3 milliarder kroner (2010).
For oss på Nestlé er Creating Shared Value (CSV) måten vi driver virksomhet på. Creating Shared Value betyr at vi må skape langsiktige felles verdier både for våre aksjonærer OG for lokalsamfunnene vi opererer i. Nestlé jobber med CSV innen områdene ernæring, vann og jordbruksutvikling. I tillegg må vi følge våre forretningsprinsipper. Disse omfatter alt fra lokale lover og forskrifter til FNs Global Compact, ILOs konvensjoner samt internasjonalt regelverk.
Nestlé Norge inngår i Nestlé SA som er verdens ledende næringsmiddelkonsern innen ernæring, helse og velvære.