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Flextronics Announces Third Quarter Results
Date:1/29/2008

Net sales increase 67% to record $9.1 billion

Adjusted net income increases 84% to $250 million

Adjusted EPS increases 30% to $0.30

SINGAPORE, Jan. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Flextronics (Nasdaq: FLEX) today announced results for its third quarter ended December 31, 2007 as follows:

(US$ in millions, except EPS)

Three Month Periods Nine Month Periods

Ended Ended

December December December December

31, 2007 31, 2006 31, 2007 31, 2006

Net sales $9,069 $5,415 $19,783 $14,177

GAAP operating income $22 $153 $317 $300

Adjusted operating income (1) $300 $161 $625 $429

GAAP net income $(774) $119 $(547) $388

Adjusted net income (1) $250 $136 $530 $356

GAAP EPS $(0.94) $0.20 $(0.80) $0.66

Adjusted EPS (1) $0.30 $0.23 $0.77 $0.60

(1) A reconciliation of non-GAAP financial measures to GAAP financial

measures is presented in Schedule II of this press release.

Third Quarter Results

Revenue increased $3.7 billion, or 67%, from the year ago quarter to a record high $9.1 billion in the December 2007 quarter. Adjusted operating profit increased $139 million, or 86%, from the year ago quarter to $300 million in the December 2007 quarter while adjusted operating margin improved 30 basis points from 3.0% to 3.3% over the same tier

charges (6) 5,537 23,012

Intangible amortization (6) 2,905 341

Non-GAAP provision for income

taxes $38,645 0.2% $22,129 0.2%

See the accompanying notes on Schedule IV attached to this press release.

SCHEDULE III

FLEXTRONICS INTERNATIONAL LTD. AND SUBSIDIARIES

UNAUDITED GAAP CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS

(In thousands)

December 31, 2007 March 31, 2007

ASSETS

Current Assets:

Cash and cash equivalents $1,800,824 $714,525

Accounts receivable, net 3,641,704 1,754,705

Inventories 4,271,688 2,562,303

Deferred income taxes 7,533 11,105

Other current assets 903,315 548,409

10,625,064 5,591,047

Property and equipment, net 2,603,512 1,998,706

Deferred income taxes 47,828 669,898

Goodwill and other intangibles, net 5,429,531 3,264,320

Other assets 890,154 817,403

$19,596,089 $12,341,374

LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY

Current Liabilities:

Bank borrowings, current portion

of long-term debt and capital

lease obligations $35,002 $8,385

Accounts payable 5,835,822 3,440,845

Other current liabilities 2,092,414 1,038,838

Total current liabilities 7,963,238 4,488,068

Long-term debt, net of current portion:

Acquisition Term Loan due 2012 and

2014 1,268,123 -

6 1/2 % Senior Subordinated Notes

due 2013 399,622 399,622

6 1/4 % Senior Subordinated Notes

due 2014 402,090 389,119

1 % Convertible Subordinated Notes

due 2010 500,000 500,000

Zero Coupon Convertible Junior

Subordinated Notes due 2009 195,000 195,000

Other long-term debt and capital

lease obligations 295,485 10,064

Other liabilities 336,364 182,842

Total shareholders' equity 8,236,167 6,176,659

$19,596,089 $12,341,374

SCHEDULE IV

FLEXTRONICS INTERNATIONAL LTD. AND SUBSIDIARIES

NOTES TO RECONCILIATION OF GAAP TO NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES

(1) To supplement Flextronics' unaudited selected financial data

presented on a basis consistent with Generally Accepted Accounting

Principles ("GAAP"), the Company discloses certain non-GAAP financial

measures that exclude certain charges, including non-GAAP gross

profit, non-GAAP selling, general and administrative expenses,

non-GAAP operating income, non-GAAP provision for income taxes,

non-GAAP net income and non-GAAP net income per diluted share. These

supplemental measures exclude, among other things, stock-based

compensation expense, restructuring charges, intangible amortization,

gains or losses on divestitures and certain other items. These

non-GAAP measures are not in accordance with or an alternative for

GAAP, and may be different from non-GAAP measures used by other

companies. We believe that these non-GAAP measures have limitations

in that they do not reflect all of the amounts associated with

Flextronics's results of operations as determined in accordance with

GAAP and that these measures should only be used to evaluate

Flextronics's results of operations in conjunction with the

corresponding GAAP measures. The presentation of this additional

information is not meant to be considered in isolation or as a

substitute for the most directly comparable GAAP measures. We

compensate for the limitations of non-GAAP financial measures by

relying upon GAAP results to gain a complete picture of Company

performance.

In calculating non-GAAP financial measures, we exclude certain items

to facilitate a review of the comparability of the Company's

operating performance on a period-to-period basis because such items

are not, in our view, related to the Company's ongoing operational

performance. We use non-GAAP measures to evaluate the operating

performance of our business, for comparison with forecasts and

strategic plans, for calculating return on investment, and for

benchmarking performance externally against competitors. In

addition, management's incentive compensation is determined using

these non-GAAP measures. Also, when evaluating potential

acquisitions, we exclude the items described below from consideration

of the target's performance and valuation. Since we find these

measures to be useful, we believe that investors benefit from seeing

results "through the eyes" of management in addition to seeing GAAP

results. We believe that these non-GAAP measures, when read in

conjunction with the Company's GAAP financials, provide useful

information to investors by offering:

-- the ability to make more meaningful period-to-period comparisons

of the Company's on-going operating results;

-- the ability to better identify trends in the Company's underlying

business and perform related trend analyses;

-- a better understanding of how management plans and measures the

Company's underlying business; and

-- an easier way to compare the Company's operating results against

analyst financial models and operating results of competitors that

supplement their GAAP results with non-GAAP financial measures.

The following are explanations of each of the adjustments that we

incorporate into non-GAAP measures, as well as the reasons for

excluding each of these individual items in the reconciliations of

these non-GAAP financial measures:

Stock-based compensation expense consists of non-cash charges for

the estimated fair value of stock options and unvested share bonus

awards granted to employees and assumed in business acquisitions.

The Company believes that the exclusion of these charges provides

for more accurate comparisons of its operating results to peer

companies due to the varying available valuation methodologies,

subjective assumptions and the variety of award types. In

addition, the Company believes it is useful to investors to

understand the specific impact the application of SFAS 123R has on

its operating results.

Restructuring charges include severance, impairment, lease

termination, exit costs and other charges primarily related to the

closures and consolidations of various manufacturing facilities.

These costs may vary in size based on the Company's acquisition

and restructuring activities, are not directly related to ongoing

or core business results, and do not reflect expected future

operating expenses. These costs are excluded by the Company's

management in assessing current operating performance and

forecasting its earnings trends, and are therefore excluded by the

Company from its non-GAAP measures.

Intangible amortization consists of non-cash charges that can be

impacted by the timing and magnitude of acquisitions. The Company

considers its operating results without these charges when

evaluating its ongoing performance and forecasting its earnings

trends, and therefore excludes such charges when presenting

non-GAAP financial measures. The Company believes that the

assessment of its operations excluding these costs is relevant to

its assessment of internal operations and comparisons to the

performance of its competitors.

Gains or losses on divestiture of operations relate to discrete

and unusual events associated with the sale of a non-core business

of the Company. These gains or losses can vary significantly in

size and do not reflect expected future operating impacts;

therefore, it is useful to investors to highlight the specific

results of these items on the Company's operating results. The

Company's management excludes these items when evaluating its

ongoing performance and forecasting its earnings trends, and

therefore excludes such charges when presenting non-GAAP net

income.

Other charges or gains consist of various other types of items

that are not directly related to ongoing or core business results,

such as integration costs associated with restructuring activities

undertaken in connection with various business acquisitions,

executive separation costs and cumulative foreign exchange

adjustments to the cost basis of international entities that have

been divested or liquidated. We exclude these items because they

do not affect core operations. Excluding these amounts provide

investors with a basis to compare Company performance against the

performance of other companies without this variability.

Adjustment for taxes relates to the tax effects of the various

adjustments that we incorporate into non-GAAP measures in order to

provide a more meaningful measure on non-GAAP net income.

With the exception of net income and diluted earnings per share, the

Reconciliation of GAAP to Non-GAAP Financial Measures as presented in

Schedule II and discussed further below represent results from

continuing operations. Net income and diluted earnings per share

represent results for both continuing and discontinued operations.

(2) During the three-month period ended December 31, 2007, the Company

recognized restructuring and other charges primarily related to

restructuring and integration activities initiated by the Company in

an effort to consolidate and integrate the Company's global capacity

and infrastructure as a result of its acquisition of Solectron

Corporation. These activities, which included closing, consolidating

and relocating certain manufacturing and administrative operations,

elimination of redundant assets and reducing excess workforce and

capacity, were intended to optimize the Company's operational

efficiency post acquisition.

In addition to the restructuring, integration and other costs

described above, the Company also recognized $10.7 million in

restructuring charges for employee termination costs in Europe during

the nine-month period ended December 31, 2007.

During the nine-month period ended December 31, 2006, the Company

recognized restructuring and other charges related to the impairment,

lease termination, exit costs and other charges primarily related to

the disposal and exit of certain real estate owned and leased by the

Company in order to reduce its investment in property, plant and

equipment.

(3) During the three and nine-month periods ended December 31, 2007, the

Company recognized other-than-temporary impairment and related

charges on certain of its non-core investments, primarily resulting

from a divestiture of a certain investment for which the Company

expects to receive approximately $57.4 million in cash proceeds

during the quarter ended March 31, 2008.

(4) During the nine-month period ended December 31, 2007, the Company

recognized net foreign exchange gains in connection with the

divestiture of a certain international entity.

(5) During the nine-month period ended December 31, 2006, the Company

recognized a pretax gain associated with the divestiture of the

Company's Software Development and Solutions business in September

2006.

(6) The Company recognized non-cash tax expense of $661.3 million during

the three and nine-month periods ended December 31, 2007 principally

resulting from the Company's re-evaluation of previously recorded

deferred tax assets in the United States, which are primarily

comprised of tax loss carry forwards, and the determination that the

likelihood that certain deferred tax assets will be realized has

decreased because the Company expects future projected taxable income

in the United States will be lower as a result of increased interest

expense resulting from the term loan entered into as part of the

acquisition of Solectron. During the three and nine-month periods

ended December 31, 2007 and 2006, the Company also recognized tax

benefits related to its restructuring and other activities, and

amortization of intangible assets.

During the nine-month period ended December 31, 2006, the Company

also recognized $1.3 million in tax benefits related to the

amortization of intangible assets attributable to discontinued

operations. These tax benefits were offset by $10.0 million in tax

expense attributable to discontinued operations associated with the

gain recognized on the divestiture of the Company's Software

Development and Solutions business during the nine-month period ended

December 31, 2006. Tax benefits and expense attributable to

discontinued operations are included as tax adjustments in the

Company's reconciliation of GAAP net income (loss) to non-GAAP net

income, but are not included in the Company's reconciliation of GAAP

provision for (benefit from) income taxes to the corresponding

non-GAAP measure as GAAP provision for (benefit from) income taxes

represents results from continuing operations.

(7) Return on invested capital ("ROIC") divides after-tax non-GAAP

operating income by an average of net invested capital. After-tax

non-GAAP operating income includes after-tax operating income from

divested businesses, and excludes intangible amortization,

stock-based compensation expense, restructuring and other charges.

Net invested capital is defined as total assets less current

liabilities and non-operating assets. Non-operating assets include

cash and cash equivalents, short-term investments, notes receivable,

deferred income tax assets, and other non-operating assets.

We believe ROIC is a useful measure in providing investors with

information regarding the Company's performance. ROIC is a widely

accepted measure of earnings efficiency in relation to total capital

employed. We believe that increasing the return on total capital

employed, as measured by ROIC, is an effective method to sustain and

increase shareholder value. ROIC is not a measure of financial

performance under generally accepted accounting principles in the

U.S., and may not be defined and calculated by other companies in the

same manner. ROIC should not be considered in isolation or as an

alternative to net earnings as an indicator of performance.

The following table reconciles ROIC as calculated using after-tax

non-GAAP operating income to the same performance measure calculated

using the nearest GAAP measure, which is GAAP operating income from

continuing operations adjusted for taxes. The Company's ROIC metric

for the December 31, 2007 quarter is based on pro forma amounts that

include the Company's actual balances as of September 28, 2007

adjusted for the preliminary purchase allocation for the Company's

acquisition of Solectron. Please refer to the Company's trended

financial statements included in the Investors section of our website

for further details.

Three Month Periods Ended

ROIC December 31, 2007 September 28, 2007

Non-GAAP 11.9% 11.2%

Restructuring and other charges -11.0% -0.7%

GAAP 0.9% 10.5%

me period. Adjusted net income increased $114 million, or 84%, from the year ago quarter to $250 million in the December 2007 quarter while adjusted EPS increased 30% from $0.23 to $0.30 over the same time period.

Cash amounted to $1.8 billion at December 31, 2007. Operating cash flow generated $534 million and $1.05 billion in the three and nine month periods ended December 31, 2007, respectively. Free cash flow (operating cash flow less net capital expenditures) amounted to $470 million and $840 million in the three and nine month periods ended December 31, 2007, respectively.

"Overall demand in the December quarter was exceptionally strong as revenues and earnings exceeded the high end of our guidance," said Thomas Smach, chief financial officer of Flextronics. "Actual revenue in the quarter was $9.1 billion versus our guidance of $8.5 billion and adjusted EPS was $0.30 versus our guidance of $0.26."

"Our strong financial position provides us with substantial flexibility to make synergistic investments to enhance our competitiveness, expand our capabilities, drive revenue growth and enhance profitability," said Mike McNamara, chief executive officer of Flextronics. "We remain intensely focused on generating a higher return on capital while growing our business, as evidenced by the return on invested capital of 11.9%, which increased 70 basis points from the previous quarter."

McNamara concluded by stating, "I am very proud of the dedication and hard work of our employees and management across the globe in making this a record quarter for Flextronics while successfully integrating Solectron, the largest acquisition in our company's history."

Guidance

The Company reiterated its previously provided March 2008 quarter guidance of revenue in the range of $7.5 - $7.9 billion and adjusted EPS in the range of $0.22 - $0.24.

GAAP earnings per share are expected to be lower than the guidance provided herein by approximately $0.05 for quarterly intangible amortization and stock-based compensation expense and by approximately $0.19 - $0.27 per share for the previously announced remaining restructuring and other charges relating to the Solectron acquisition.

Conference Calls and Web Casts

A conference call hosted by Flextronics's management will be held today at 1:30 p.m. PST to discuss the Company's financial results for the third quarter ended December 31, 2007. This call will be broadcast via the Internet and may be accessed by logging on to the Company's website at http://www.flextronics.com. Additional information in the form of slide presentations may also be found on the Company's site. Replays of the broadcasts will remain available on the Company's website afterwards.

Minimum requirements to listen to the broadcast are Microsoft Windows Media Player software (free download at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/default.asp) and at least a 28.8 Kbps bandwidth connection to the Internet.

About Flextronics

Headquartered in Singapore (Singapore Reg. No. 199002645H), Flextronics is a leading Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) provider focused on delivering complete design, engineering and manufacturing services to automotive, computing, consumer digital, industrial, infrastructure, medical and mobile OEMs. With the acquisition of Solectron, pro forma fiscal year 2007 revenues from continuing operations are more than US$30.0 billion. Flextronics helps customers design, build, ship, and service electronics products through a network of facilities in 35 countries on four continents. This global presence provides design and engineering solutions that are combined with core electronics manufacturing and logistics services, and vertically integrated with components technologies, to optimize customer operations by lowering costs and reducing time to market. For more information, please visit http://www.flextronics.com.

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of U.S. securities laws, including statements related to future revenue and earnings growth. These forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those anticipated by these forward-looking statements. These risks include that revenue and earnings growth may not occur as expected; our dependence on industries that continually produce technologically advanced products with short life cycles; that we may not fully realize the expected synergies, revenues and earnings growth and cost savings from the Solectron acquisition, and that we may incur significant costs and charges associated with the acquisition; our ability to respond to changes in economic trends, to fluctuations in demand for customers' products and to the short-term nature of customers' commitments; competition in our industry, particularly from ODM suppliers in Asia; our dependence on a small number of customers for the majority of our sales and our reliance on strategic relationships with major customers; the challenges of effectively managing our operations, including our ability to manage manufacturing processes, control costs and manage changes in our operations; the challenges of integrating acquired companies and assets; not obtaining anticipated new customer programs, or that if we do obtain them, that they may not contribute to our revenue or profitability as expected or at all; our ability to utilize available and recently expanded manufacturing capacity; the risk of future restructuring charges that could be material to our financial condition and results of operations; our ability to design and quickly introduce world-class components products that offer significant price and/or performance advantages over competitive products; the impact on our margins and profitability resulting from substantial investments and start-up and integration costs in our components, design and ODM businesses; production difficulties, especially with new products; changes in government regulations and tax laws; not realizing expected returns from our retained interests in divested businesses; our exposure to potential litigation relating to intellectual property rights, product warranty and product liability; potential impairment of our intangible assets; our dependence on the continued trend of outsourcing by OEMs; the risks to our particular electronics and technology sector of economic instability and a slowdown in consumer spending; the effects of customer bankruptcies; supply shortages of required electronic components; the challenges of international operations, including fluctuations in exchange rates beyond hedged boundaries leading to unexpected charges; our dependence on our key personnel; and our ability to comply with environmental laws. Additional information concerning these and other risks is described under "Risk Factors" and "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations" in our reports on Form 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K that we file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The forward-looking statements in this press release are based on current expectations and Flextronics assumes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.

SCHEDULE I

FLEXTRONICS INTERNATIONAL LTD. AND SUBSIDIARIES

UNAUDITED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS

(In thousands, except per share amounts)

Three Month Periods Ended Nine Month Periods Ended

December 31, December 31, December 31, December 31,

2007 2006 2007 2006

GAAP:

Net sales $9,068,658 $5,415,460 $19,782,783 $14,176,936

Cost of sales 8,538,958 5,126,311 18,648,730 13,377,737

Restructuring

charges 211,780 - 221,533 95,683

Gross profit 317,920 289,149 912,520 703,516

Selling, general

and administrative

expenses 261,586 135,884 560,725 403,366

Restructuring charges 34,052 - 34,973 565

Operating income 22,282 153,265 316,822 299,585

Intangible

amortization 21,058 7,794 51,444 23,520

Other expense, net 61,078 - 51,769 -

Interest and other

expense, net 36,921 16,791 68,658 77,063

Income (loss)

before income

taxes (96,775) 128,680 144,951 199,002

Provision for

(benefit from)

income taxes 677,636 10,089 691,477 (1,224)

Income (loss)

from continuing

operations (774,411) 118,591 (546,526) 200,226

Income from

discontinued

operations (net of

tax) - - - 187,738

Net income

(loss) $(774,411) $118,591 $(546,526) $387,964

EPS:

GAAP $(0.94) $0.20 $(0.80) $0.66

Non-GAAP $0.30 $0.23 $0.77 $0.60

Shares used in

computing GAAP

per share amounts 828,147 598,534 682,024 590,658

Shares used in

computing

Non-GAAP per

share amounts 837,112 598,534 689,690 590,658

See Schedule II for the reconciliation of GAAP to non-GAAP financials measures.

SCHEDULE II

FLEXTRONICS INTERNATIONAL LTD. AND SUBSIDIARIES

RECONCILIATION OF GAAP TO NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES (1)

(In thousands, except per share amounts)

Three Month Periods Ended

December % of December % of

31, 2007 Sales 31, 2006 Sales

GAAP gross profit $317,920 3.5% $289,149 5.3%

Stock-based compensation

expense 2,498 1,708

Restructuring and other

charges (2) 211,142 -

Non-GAAP gross profit $531,560 5.9% $290,857 5.4%

GAAP SG&A Expenses $261,586 2.9% $135,884 2.5%

Stock-based compensation

expense 13,487 6,346

Restructuring and other

charges (2) 16,663 -

Non-GAAP SG&A Expenses $231,436 2.6% $129,538 2.4%

GAAP operating income $22,282 0.2% $153,265 2.8%

Stock-based compensation

expense 15,985 8,054

Restructuring and other

charges (2) 261,857 -

Non-GAAP operating income $300,124 3.3% $161,319 3.0%

GAAP net income (loss) $(774,411) -8.5% $118,591 2.2%

Stock-based compensation

expense 15,985 8,054

Restructuring and other

charges (2) 270,335 -

Intangible amortization 22,537 9,324

Other - impairment of

investments (3) 61,078 -

Other - foreign currency

gain on liquidation (4) - -

Other - gain on

divestiture of

operations (5) - -

Adjustment for taxes (6) 654,377 (135)

Non-GAAP net income $249,901 2.8% $135,834 2.5%

GAAP provision for (benefit

from) income taxes $677,636 7.5% $10,089 0.2%

U.S. deferred tax asset

impairment (6) (661,274) -

Restructuring and other

charges (6) 5,537 -

Intangible amortization (6) 1,360 135

Non-GAAP provision for income

taxes $23,259 0.3% $10,224 0.2%

SCHEDULE II

FLEXTRONICS INTERNATIONAL LTD. AND SUBSIDIARIES

RECONCILIATION OF GAAP TO NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES (1)

(In thousands, except per share amounts)

Nine Month Periods Ended

December % of December % of

31, 2007 Sales 31, 2006 Sales

GAAP gross profit $912,520 4.6% $703,516 5.0%

Stock-based compensation

expense 4,967 3,560

Restructuring and other

charges (2) 220,895 95,683

Non-GAAP gross profit $1,138,382 5.8% $802,759 5.7%

GAAP SG&A Expenses $560,725 2.8% $403,366 2.8%

Stock-based compensation

expense 30,341 19,758

Restructuring and other

charges (2) 16,663 9,619

Non-GAAP SG&A Expenses $513,721 2.6% $373,989 2.6%

GAAP operating income $316,822 1.6% $299,585 2.1%

Stock-based compensation

expense 35,308 23,318

Restructuring and other

charges (2) 272,531 105,867

Non-GAAP operating income $624,661 3.2% $428,770 3.0%

GAAP net income (loss) $(546,526) -2.8% $387,964 2.7%

Stock-based compensation

expense 35,308 23,874

Restructuring and other

charges (2) 281,009 105,867

Intangible amortization 55,881 34,450

Other - impairment of

investments (3) 61,078 -

Other - foreign currency

gain on liquidation (4) (9,309) -

Other - gain on divestiture

of operations (5) - (181,228)

Adjustment for taxes (6) 652,832 (14,680)

Non-GAAP net income $530,273 2.7% $356,247 2.5%

GAAP provision for (benefit

from) income taxes $691,477 3.5% $(1,224) 0.0%

U.S. deferred tax asset

impairment (6) (661,274) -

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