This section contains information about SKF financial development, yearly as well as quarterly and a seven-year review of the SKF Group.
- Financial summary
- Income statement
- Balance sheet
- Key ratios
- Business areas/segment data
- Geographic distribution
- Components in sales changes
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Financial data is available in three different levels:
Restated statement of cash flow
The Group utilizes derivatives to manage risks related to external loans. Cash flow from such derivatives have been reclassified to cash flow used in financing activities. Previously these were included as cash flow from operations. Years 2014 - 2010 are restated by quarter below. Years prior to 2010 had no effect.
Restated figures for SKF's business areas for 2014, 2015, and Q1 2016
SKF has as of April 2016 adjusted its operational organisation into four areas; Industrial Sales Americas, Industrial Sales Europe and MEA, Industrial Sales Asia, and Automotive and Aerospace. In addition, we have combined the responsibility for our end-to-end procurement, manufacturing and logistics operations into the newly formed Bearing Operations and formed a new structure for product and business development.
The Group segment reporting is specified per industrial and automotive customers and not based on the operational organisation. Industrial and Automotive include sales and operating profit to all significant Industrial/Automotive customers as well as the assets/liabilities related to this sales.
Previously published figures per 2014, 2015, and Q1 2016, are restated accordingly.
Other units includes external sales outside Industrial/Automotive and a non-allocated one-time item, the partial reversal done in 2014 of the provision for the payment to the EC.
Company structure 2015: Restated figures for SKF's business areas for 2013 and 2014
From January 2015 SKF operates through three business areas. The main structural change was the merging of the two previous industrial business areas, Strategic Industries and Regional Sales and Service into one business area, Industrial Market. Additional reclassifications of units between business areas also occurred. The figures for 2013 and 2014 have been restated to conform to the new structure.
Company structure 2014: Restated figures for SKF's business areas for 2012 and 2013
SKF has four business areas as of January 2014. Previously published figures for 2012 and 2013 are restated as shown below to reflect this organization as well as to incorporate some minor structural changes.
Additionally the business areas' operating profit has been restated to include previous reconciling items to the Group's operating profit.