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Sigma-Aldrich (NASDAQ: SIAL) Reports Q1 2013 Sales And EPS Of $675 Million And $1.01, Respectively, Both Record Quarterly Highs. Reaffirms Full Year 2013 Diluted Adjusted EPS Outlook Of $4.10 To $4.20.
Date:4/25/2013

les declined low double-digits.  As expected, a year-over-year pricing decline in metal organic precursors for the LED market was the primary driver of the decline. 

Operating income margin in the first quarter of 2013 was 24.6%.  Compared with the prior quarter (fourth quarter of 2012), adjusted operating income margin declined by 60 basis points.  The primary driver for the decline was higher SG&A expense for incentive compensation and increased investments in the realigned business units to better position for future growth.  A reconciliation of reported to adjusted operating income margin is provided on page 11.

The effective tax rate for the first quarter of 2013 was 26% compared to 32% in the same period last year.  As anticipated, the first quarter of 2013 benefited from the full-year reinstatement of the 2012 US R&D tax credit.

Free cash flow for the first quarter of 2013 was a strong $129 million, an increase of $17 million from the same period last year.

Other first quarter 2013 highlights include:

  • Worldwide sales of Research and Applied products through the Company's e-commerce channels grew 2% organically from the same period last year.  Total visits increased by 15% as information content initiatives such as Pubget, a comprehensive online source for scientific publications, drove higher web traffic during the quarter.
  • Organic sales to the Research and Applied markets in APAC grew in the mid-single digits when adjusted for shipping days.  Growth in developed regions was flat while emerging regions grew low double-digits.  China led growth with solid double-digit performance.
  • Organic sales in the EMEA region were flat.  Adjusting for shipping days, both Research and Applied organic sales growth in the region would have been in the mid-single digits.  Academic/Government sales were slightly negative. 
  • Organic sales growth
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