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Innophos Holdings, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter And Full Year 2012 Results
Date:2/14/2013

is points against the fourth quarter 2011 and down 240 points sequentially, with lower volumes and unfavorable mix the primary reason for the quarter margin sequential decline. 

US/CanadaUS/Canada Specialty Phosphates sales increased 8% for 2012 on 5% higher prices and 3% growth from acquisitions.  Excluding acquisitions, volumes were flat due to moderately lower market demand offset by growth initiatives. 

For the quarter, sales increased 4%, all attributable to acquisitions. Prices were flat with the year ago period, while continuing success with growth initiatives was fully offset by a greater than anticipated year-end destocking effect.Operating income at $86 million for 2012 was $8 million below 2011, as the effects described above of raw material cost increases catching up to selling price increases outweighed the selling price increases recognized in 2012. As a result, operating income margins for 2012 at 15% were 280 basis points below 2011 levels. 

For the fourth quarter 2012, operating income of $16 million was similar to the year ago quarter, but down $7 million sequentially, resulting in an operating margin of 12%, down 90 basis points against fourth quarter 2011 and down 420 basis points sequentially.  The large sequential decline is primarily due to lower volumes causing lower cost leverage with unfavorable product mix also contributing.

MexicoMexico Specialty Phosphates 2012 sales were 1% above 2011 on 6% higher prices, but 5% lower volumes, due to soft market demand.Fourth quarter 2012 volumes improved sequentially to similar levels seen in the 2012 first half. However, fourth quarter sales were down 11% against a very strong fourth quarter 2011, with prices down 5% in the less differentiated technical grade products and volumes down 6%.Operating income at $22 million for 2012 was flat with 2011 despite the previously noted lower volumes.  Operating income margin was 12% for 2
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