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Will sich Vista Outdoor von Savage und Stevens, also den Feuerwaffenherstellern, trennen?

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"Our review identified product categories that are core to the company's long-term business strategy," said Vista Outdoor Chief Executive Officer Chris Metz. "We believe future investment should focus on categories where Vista Outdoor can achieve sustainable growth, maximize operational efficiencies, deliver leadership economics, and drive shareholder value."

In conducting the strategic review, Vista Outdoor management defined several criteria to evaluate whether individual product categories are part of the company's core. Vista Outdoor evaluated brands within its current portfolio based on their ability to do the following:

  • Serve the company's target consumer – the outdoor enthusiast
  • Create cross-selling and other similar synergy opportunities
  • Achieve market leading positions and leadership economics
  • Demonstrate omni-channel distribution capabilities

As a result of this evaluation, and with support from its board of directors, Vista Outdoor will focus on achieving growth through its market-leading brands in ammunition, hunting and shooting accessories, hydration bottles and packs, and outdoor cooking products.

"Vista Outdoor is excited about the potential of each of our core businesses, particularly ammunition, which is our largest core business." said Metz. "An increased focus on our heritage ammunition business will manifest itself in more innovative and breakthrough new products introduced over the next few years. We also anticipate that by prioritizing this business, we will be able to invest more capital to further enhance and expand our global leadership position."

The company plans to explore strategic options for assets that fall outside of these product categories, including its remaining Sports Protection brands (e.g. Bell, Giro, and Blackburn), Jimmy Styks paddle boards, and Savage and Stevens firearms. Vista Outdoor expects that the execution of this process will significantly reduce the company's leverage, improve financial flexibility and the efficiency of its capital structure, and provide additional resources to reinvest in core product categories, both organically and through acquisition.

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http://news.vistaoutdoor.com/2018-05-01-Vista-Outdoor-Announces-Strategic-Business-Transformation-Plan

 

Wie seht Ihr das, was habt Ihr gehört und gelesen?

 

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vor einer Stunde schrieb Mausebaer:

Wie seht Ihr das, was habt Ihr gehört und gelesen?

Kannst Du bitte übersetzen?

Begründung: Ich bin kein subjektiv gefühlt Sprach geförderter Flüchtling und deswegen kann ich auch kein Englisch. Ich verstehe nur Täutsch.

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Am 1.5.2018 um 22:10 schrieb Slotsipxes:

Kannst Du bitte übersetzen?

Begründung: Ich bin kein subjektiv gefühlt Sprach geförderter Flüchtling und deswegen kann ich auch kein Englisch. Ich verstehe nur Täutsch.

 

Ich übersetze: "Ich bin weder privat noch beruflich am allgemeinen Fortschritt der technischen und kulturellen Entwicklung der Menschheit interessiert und führe keine Tätigkeit in einem wissensbasierten Beruf aus und benötige daher keine Kenntnis in der Sprache der internationalen Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft und Kultur".

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... und weiß auch nicht, wie man Übersetzungshilfen bedient. Aber ich bin wichtig und mein Verlangen sei für andere gesetzesgleich. 

 

Naja,

wohl auch so nichts Neues zu Vista Outdoor, Savage und Stevens. :closedeyes: 

 

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Mausebaer :hi: 

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Die Brillenmarken Serengeti, Cebe und Bolle sind schon einmal weg. :closedeyes:

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Vista Outdoor Announces Sale of Bollé, Cébé and Serengeti Brands

Vista Outdoor Completes First Step in Strategic Transformation Plan

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FARMINGTON, Utah, July 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Vista Outdoor Inc. ("Vista Outdoor") (NYSE: VSTO) announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell the legal entities operating its Bollé, Cébé and Serengeti brands (the "Eyewear Brands") to an entity controlled by a significant European private equity fund.

The sale is part of Vista Outdoor's previously announced strategic business transformation plan, designed to allow the company to focus resources on pursuing growth in its core product categories of ammunition, hunting and shooting accessories, hydration bottles and packs, and outdoor cooking products.

"We are pleased to have successfully reached an agreement to sell our eyewear and safety business at an attractive price," said Chris Metz, Chief Executive Officer of Vista Outdoor. "The business will have the opportunity to reach its full potential under new ownership. This divestiture is the first step in our transformation plan and will be the first of several potential asset sales that will significantly reduce Vista Outdoor's leverage and provide additional resources to for us to reinvest in our core businesses."

Gross proceeds from the divestiture are expected to be approximately $158 million, subject to customary working capital and transaction adjustments. The purchase price represents a premium to the EBITDA multiple paid for Bollé, Cébé and Serengeti as part of the Bushnell acquisition in 2013. Vista Outdoor expects to use the net after-tax proceeds of the sale to repay outstanding indebtedness. The transaction is expected to close within approximately 30 to 45 days, subject to customary closing conditions.

"We are now turning our efforts to the rest of our divestiture plan as previously communicated in May," said Metz. "We are excited to build on this momentum and expect to provide further updates on this process during our first quarter earnings call in early August."

Robert W. Baird & Co. served as transaction and financial advisor and Reed Smith LLP served as legal advisor to Vista Outdoor in connection with the transaction.

About Vista Outdoor Inc.

Vista Outdoor is a leading global designer, manufacturer and marketer of consumer products in the growing outdoor sports and recreation markets. The company operates in two segments, Outdoor Products and Shooting Sports, and has a portfolio of well-recognized brands that provides consumers with a wide range of performance-driven, high-quality and innovative products for individual outdoor recreational pursuits. Vista Outdoor products are sold at leading retailers and distributors across North America and worldwide. Vista Outdoor is headquartered in Farmington, Utah and has manufacturing operations and facilities in 13 U.S. States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico along with international sales and sourcing operations in Asia, Australia, Canada, and Europe. For news and information visit www.vistaoutdoor.com or follow us on Twitter @VistaOutdoorInc and Facebook at www.facebook.com/vistaoutdoor.

 

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Quelle: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/vista-outdoor-announces-sale-of-bolle-cebe-and-serengeti-brands-300677446.html

 

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Mausebaer :hi:

 

ps: für, die es nicht lassen können ==> https://www.babelfish.de/

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Am 4.5.2018 um 13:20 schrieb Jacko5000:

 

Ich übersetze: "Ich bin weder privat noch beruflich am allgemeinen Fortschritt der technischen und kulturellen Entwicklung der Menschheit interessiert und führe keine Tätigkeit in einem wissensbasierten Beruf aus und benötige daher keine Kenntnis in der Sprache der internationalen Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft und Kultur".

Weißt Du, es gibt durchaus unterschiedliche Begabungen und wenn ich bedenke daß 90% meiner Kollegen nicht in der Lage sind die vier Takte eines Viertakmotors, geschweige denn die zwei Takte eines Zweitaktmotors zu erklären kommen mir meine vergeblichen Versuche Fremdsprachen zu erlernen garnicht mehr so schlimm vor.

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Am 16.7.2018 um 17:23 schrieb Mausebaer:

Mir wem arbeitest Du denn zusammen? :huh2:

Ich sag es mal so, ich projektiere technische Einrichtungen, d.h. ich arbeite auf der einen Seite der Buchhaltung zu, auf der anderen Seite dem Monteur und dem Einkauf. Anschließend dokumentiere den Kram in SAP sowie technischen Zeichenprogrammen.

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Am 9.7.2018 um 13:15 schrieb Mausebaer:

Die Brillenmarken Serengeti, Cebe und Bolle sind schon einmal weg. :closedeyes:

Quelle: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/vista-outdoor-announces-sale-of-bolle-cebe-and-serengeti-brands-300677446.html

 

 

Na, das sieht (vom Gesamteindruck her) ganz so aus, als konzentriere sich ein Unternehmen hier auf das, was es als seine essentilellen Geschäftsfelder (den "Kern" sozusagen) ansieht, und trenne sich folglich von allem "Peripheren".

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vor 38 Minuten schrieb karlyman:

 

Na, das sieht ...

DAS wurde ja auch angekündigt (siehe Start-Post)

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As a result of this evaluation, and with support from its board of directors, Vista Outdoor will focus on achieving growth through its market-leading brands in ammunition, hunting and shooting accessories, hydration bottles and packs, and outdoor cooking products.

"Vista Outdoor is excited about the potential of each of our core businesses, particularly ammunition, which is our largest core business." said Metz. "An increased focus on our heritage ammunition business will manifest itself in more innovative and breakthrough new products introduced over the next few years. We also anticipate that by prioritizing this business, we will be able to invest more capital to further enhance and expand our global leadership position."

The company plans to explore strategic options for assets that fall outside of these product categories, including its remaining Sports Protection brands (e.g. Bell, Giro, and Blackburn), Jimmy Styks paddle boards, and Savage and Stevens firearms.

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Mausebaer :hi:

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vor 3 Stunden schrieb bumm:

Ich sag es mal so, ich projektiere technische Einrichtungen, d.h. ich arbeite auf der einen Seite der Buchhaltung zu,

Kannst Du erklären wann degressive und wann lineare Abschreibungsmethoden gewählt werden und warum bzw. wann Sonderbetriebsvermögen "entsteht"?

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Danke für die ehrliche Antwort. Mir gings halt darum, das

Am 16.7.2018 um 16:49 schrieb bumm:

...wenn ich bedenke daß 90% meiner Kollegen nicht in der Lage sind die vier Takte eines Viertakmotors, geschweige denn die zwei Takte eines Zweitaktmotors zu erklären ...

in Verbindung mit

Am 16.7.2018 um 17:23 schrieb Mausebaer:

Mir wem arbeitest Du denn zusammen? :huh2:

nur zeigt, dass es evtl. für 90% der Kollegen gar nicht wichtig ist zu wissen wie ein Motor funktioniert, ebenso wie es für Dich nicht wichtig ist erklären zu können wann und warum welche Abschreibungsform gewählt wird.

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Und ich habe dieses Beispiel nur gewählt um Jako zu erklären daß eben nicht jeder alles kann. Es ging da um Fremdsprachen. Verbrennungsmotoren waren zu meiner Zeit genau so Teil des Schulunterrichtes wie Fremdsprachen. Aber der eine hat eben das eine, der andere das andere kapiert.

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