8-K
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UNITED STATES

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

Washington, D.C. 20549

 

Form 8-K

 

CURRENT REPORT

PURSUANT TO SECTION 13 OR 15(d)

OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

Date of Report: January 30, 2020 

 

CARPENTER TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION

(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

 

Delaware

 

1-5828

 

23-0458500

(State of or other jurisdiction

of incorporation)

 

(Commission

File Number)

 

(IRS Employer

I.D. No.)

1735 Market Street

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

19103

(Address of principal executive offices)

 

(Zip Code)

(610) 208-2000

Registrant’s telephone number, including area code

 

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Trading

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Common Stock, $5 Par Value

 

CRS

 

New York Stock Exchange

Indicate by check mark whether the registrant is an emerging growth company as defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act of 1933 (§230.405 of this chapter) or Rule 12b-2 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (§240.12b.2 of this chapter).

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Item 2.02 - Results of Operations and Financial Condition.

On January 30, 2020, Carpenter Technology Corporation held its second quarter fiscal 2020 earnings call, broadcast live by webcast. A copy of the slides presented during the call are furnished as Exhibit 99.1 to this Form 8-K and shall not be deemed to be “filed” for any purpose.

Item 9.01 - Financial Statements and Exhibits

(d) Exhibits

Exhibit

No.

   

Descriptions

         
 

99.1

   

Slides presented during Carpenter Technology Corporation second quarter fiscal 2020 earnings call

         
 

Exhibit 104

   

Cover Page Interactive Data File (formatted as inline XBRL and contained in Exhibit 101)


Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

CARPENTER TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION

     

By

 

/s/ Timothy Lain

 

Timothy Lain

 

Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Date: January 31, 2020

EX-99.1

Exhibit 99.1 Carpenter Technology Corporation nd 2 Quarter Fiscal Year 2020 Earnings Call January 30, 2020Exhibit 99.1 Carpenter Technology Corporation nd 2 Quarter Fiscal Year 2020 Earnings Call January 30, 2020


Cautionary Statement Forward-Looking Statements This presentation contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ from those projected, anticipated or implied. The most significant of these uncertainties are described in Carpenter Technology's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its report on Form 10-K for the year ended June 30, 2019, Form 10-Q for the quarter ended September 30, 2019, and the exhibits attached to those filings. They include but are not limited to: (1) the cyclical nature of the specialty materials business and certain end-use markets, including aerospace, defense, medical, transportation, energy, industrial and consumer, or other influences on Carpenter Technology's business such as new competitors, the consolidation of competitors, customers, and suppliers or the transfer of manufacturing capacity from the United States to foreign countries; (2) the ability of Carpenter Technology to achieve cash generation, growth, earnings, profitability, operating income, cost savings and reductions, qualifications, productivity improvements or process changes; (3) the ability to recoup increases in the cost of energy, raw materials, freight or other factors; (4) domestic and foreign excess manufacturing capacity for certain metals; (5) fluctuations in currency exchange rates; (6) the effect of government trade actions; (7) the valuation of the assets and liabilities in Carpenter Technology's pension trusts and the accounting for pension plans; (8) possible labor disputes or work stoppages; (9) the potential that our customers may substitute alternate materials or adopt different manufacturing practices that replace or limit the suitability of our products; (10) the ability to successfully acquire and integrate acquisitions; (11) the availability of credit facilities to Carpenter Technology, its customers or other members of the supply chain; (12) the ability to obtain energy or raw materials, especially from suppliers located in countries that may be subject to unstable political or economic conditions; (13) Carpenter Technology's manufacturing processes are dependent upon highly specialized equipment located primarily in facilities in Reading and Latrobe, Pennsylvania and Athens, Alabama for which there may be limited alternatives if there are significant equipment failures or a catastrophic event; (14) the ability to hire and retain key personnel, including members of the executive management team, management, metallurgists and other skilled personnel; (15) fluctuations in oil and gas prices and production; and (16) uncertainty regarding the return to service of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft and the related supply chain disruption. Any of these factors could have an adverse and/or fluctuating effect on Carpenter Technology's results of operations. The forward-looking statements in this document are intended to be subject to the safe harbor protection provided by Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”), and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Carpenter Technology undertakes no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements. Non-GAAP Financial Measures Some of the information included in this presentation is derived from Carpenter Technology's consolidated financial information but is not presented in Carpenter Technology's financial statements prepared in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Certain of these data are considered “non-GAAP financial measures” under SEC rules. These non-GAAP financial measures supplement our GAAP disclosures and should not be considered an alternative to the GAAP measure. Reconciliations to the most directly comparable GAAP financial measures and management’s rationale for the use of the non-GAAP financial measures can be found in the Appendix to this presentation. 2Cautionary Statement Forward-Looking Statements This presentation contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ from those projected, anticipated or implied. The most significant of these uncertainties are described in Carpenter Technology's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its report on Form 10-K for the year ended June 30, 2019, Form 10-Q for the quarter ended September 30, 2019, and the exhibits attached to those filings. They include but are not limited to: (1) the cyclical nature of the specialty materials business and certain end-use markets, including aerospace, defense, medical, transportation, energy, industrial and consumer, or other influences on Carpenter Technology's business such as new competitors, the consolidation of competitors, customers, and suppliers or the transfer of manufacturing capacity from the United States to foreign countries; (2) the ability of Carpenter Technology to achieve cash generation, growth, earnings, profitability, operating income, cost savings and reductions, qualifications, productivity improvements or process changes; (3) the ability to recoup increases in the cost of energy, raw materials, freight or other factors; (4) domestic and foreign excess manufacturing capacity for certain metals; (5) fluctuations in currency exchange rates; (6) the effect of government trade actions; (7) the valuation of the assets and liabilities in Carpenter Technology's pension trusts and the accounting for pension plans; (8) possible labor disputes or work stoppages; (9) the potential that our customers may substitute alternate materials or adopt different manufacturing practices that replace or limit the suitability of our products; (10) the ability to successfully acquire and integrate acquisitions; (11) the availability of credit facilities to Carpenter Technology, its customers or other members of the supply chain; (12) the ability to obtain energy or raw materials, especially from suppliers located in countries that may be subject to unstable political or economic conditions; (13) Carpenter Technology's manufacturing processes are dependent upon highly specialized equipment located primarily in facilities in Reading and Latrobe, Pennsylvania and Athens, Alabama for which there may be limited alternatives if there are significant equipment failures or a catastrophic event; (14) the ability to hire and retain key personnel, including members of the executive management team, management, metallurgists and other skilled personnel; (15) fluctuations in oil and gas prices and production; and (16) uncertainty regarding the return to service of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft and the related supply chain disruption. Any of these factors could have an adverse and/or fluctuating effect on Carpenter Technology's results of operations. The forward-looking statements in this document are intended to be subject to the safe harbor protection provided by Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”), and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Carpenter Technology undertakes no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements. Non-GAAP Financial Measures Some of the information included in this presentation is derived from Carpenter Technology's consolidated financial information but is not presented in Carpenter Technology's financial statements prepared in accordance with U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Certain of these data are considered “non-GAAP financial measures” under SEC rules. These non-GAAP financial measures supplement our GAAP disclosures and should not be considered an alternative to the GAAP measure. Reconciliations to the most directly comparable GAAP financial measures and management’s rationale for the use of the non-GAAP financial measures can be found in the Appendix to this presentation. 2


nd 2 Quarter Fiscal Year 2020 Tony Thene President and Chief Executive Officer 3nd 2 Quarter Fiscal Year 2020 Tony Thene President and Chief Executive Officer 3


Safety is Our Highest Value Total Case Incident Rate (TCIR) 3.9 3.7 3.5 3.3 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.3 1.3 1.2 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 YTD 4Safety is Our Highest Value Total Case Incident Rate (TCIR) 3.9 3.7 3.5 3.3 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.3 1.3 1.2 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 YTD 4


nd 2 Quarter Summary th • Delivered 12 consecutive quarter of year-over-year earnings growth with EPS of $0.79, Adjusted EPS of $0.83 Generating Consistent Year- • Continued strong product mix drove record second quarter operating income for Specialty Alloys Operations (SAO); adjusted operating margin of 19.9% Over-Year Earnings Growth and th • Total backlog increased year-over-year for the 12 consecutive quarter; Aerospace Expanded Backlog; and Defense backlog up 14% year-over-year Investments in • Strong solutions portfolio, sub-market diversity and broad platform exposure drove Critical Emerging 19% year-over-year sales growth in the Aerospace and Defense end-use market Technologies • Obtained four additional Vendor Approved Process (VAP) approvals for Athens facility Strengthen during the quarter Foundation for Long- Term Sustainable • Strong demand trends in Medical end-use market drove 13% year-over-year revenue growth Growth • Enhanced capabilities in additive manufacturing and soft magnetics strengthen long- term position as a solutions provider and irreplaceable supply chain partner 5nd 2 Quarter Summary th • Delivered 12 consecutive quarter of year-over-year earnings growth with EPS of $0.79, Adjusted EPS of $0.83 Generating Consistent Year- • Continued strong product mix drove record second quarter operating income for Specialty Alloys Operations (SAO); adjusted operating margin of 19.9% Over-Year Earnings Growth and th • Total backlog increased year-over-year for the 12 consecutive quarter; Aerospace Expanded Backlog; and Defense backlog up 14% year-over-year Investments in • Strong solutions portfolio, sub-market diversity and broad platform exposure drove Critical Emerging 19% year-over-year sales growth in the Aerospace and Defense end-use market Technologies • Obtained four additional Vendor Approved Process (VAP) approvals for Athens facility Strengthen during the quarter Foundation for Long- Term Sustainable • Strong demand trends in Medical end-use market drove 13% year-over-year revenue growth Growth • Enhanced capabilities in additive manufacturing and soft magnetics strengthen long- term position as a solutions provider and irreplaceable supply chain partner 5


nd 2 Quarter End-Use Market Highlights vs. vs. Q2-20 Net Sales ex. Comments Q2-19 Q1-20 Surcharge ($M)* nd +19% -3% • Year-over-year (YoY) increases across all sub-markets with record 2 quarter shipments driven by strong demand Aerospace and $278.8 59% • Short-term disruption anticipated related to 737 MAX supply chain, long-term Defense market fundamentals remain intact • Record defense shipments associated with program specific demand +13% -1% • Market demand for high-value solutions remains strong Medical 9% • Sequential performance impacted by customer inventory management $43.5 • Expanding titanium capacity to meet strong long-term demand signals +4% -7% • High temp applications continue to grow as higher engine performance requirements drive growing demand Transportation $30.6 6% • Sequential reduction due to customer shutdowns for holidays • Domestic demand remained strong but international demand impacted by ongoing trade actions -26% -18% • Demand headwinds persist in North America due to reduced drilling activity Energy 6% • International oil & gas demand signals remain positive $26.9 • Power generation sub-market continues to recover off a low base -18% +6% • YoY performance driven by reduced infrastructure activity and semiconductor Industrial and market volatility 14% $63.9 • Sequential improvement driven by strengthening mix and stabilized demand Consumer across distributor supply chain Sales ex-surcharge up 5% year-over-year; down 3% sequentially *Excludes sales through Carpenter’s Distribution businesses 6nd 2 Quarter End-Use Market Highlights vs. vs. Q2-20 Net Sales ex. Comments Q2-19 Q1-20 Surcharge ($M)* nd +19% -3% • Year-over-year (YoY) increases across all sub-markets with record 2 quarter shipments driven by strong demand Aerospace and $278.8 59% • Short-term disruption anticipated related to 737 MAX supply chain, long-term Defense market fundamentals remain intact • Record defense shipments associated with program specific demand +13% -1% • Market demand for high-value solutions remains strong Medical 9% • Sequential performance impacted by customer inventory management $43.5 • Expanding titanium capacity to meet strong long-term demand signals +4% -7% • High temp applications continue to grow as higher engine performance requirements drive growing demand Transportation $30.6 6% • Sequential reduction due to customer shutdowns for holidays • Domestic demand remained strong but international demand impacted by ongoing trade actions -26% -18% • Demand headwinds persist in North America due to reduced drilling activity Energy 6% • International oil & gas demand signals remain positive $26.9 • Power generation sub-market continues to recover off a low base -18% +6% • YoY performance driven by reduced infrastructure activity and semiconductor Industrial and market volatility 14% $63.9 • Sequential improvement driven by strengthening mix and stabilized demand Consumer across distributor supply chain Sales ex-surcharge up 5% year-over-year; down 3% sequentially *Excludes sales through Carpenter’s Distribution businesses 6


Navigating 737 MAX Disruption % of Net Sales Sub-market / Application Mix* End-use Market ex. Surcharge* • Rings • Bearings Engines 40% • Discs • Shafts Aerospace and Defense 59% Fasteners • Airframe • Engine 20% • Landing Gear • Electrical Structural 30% Medical 9% • Actuation • Distribution Defense • Program specific 10% Transportation 7% • Participation in practically all major OEM engine/aircraft platforms • Longstanding relationships with key supply chain participants Energy 6% • Significant current backlog of firm orders Industrial and Consumer 13% • Robust outlook for long-term industry demand • Opportunities to redeploy capacity to capitalize on growth opportunities in markets other than Aerospace and Defense Breadth of portfolio enables opportunities to mitigate 737 MAX disruption impact *For the six months ended December 31, 2019 7Navigating 737 MAX Disruption % of Net Sales Sub-market / Application Mix* End-use Market ex. Surcharge* • Rings • Bearings Engines 40% • Discs • Shafts Aerospace and Defense 59% Fasteners • Airframe • Engine 20% • Landing Gear • Electrical Structural 30% Medical 9% • Actuation • Distribution Defense • Program specific 10% Transportation 7% • Participation in practically all major OEM engine/aircraft platforms • Longstanding relationships with key supply chain participants Energy 6% • Significant current backlog of firm orders Industrial and Consumer 13% • Robust outlook for long-term industry demand • Opportunities to redeploy capacity to capitalize on growth opportunities in markets other than Aerospace and Defense Breadth of portfolio enables opportunities to mitigate 737 MAX disruption impact *For the six months ended December 31, 2019 7


nd 2 Quarter Financial Overview and Business Update Tim Lain Vice President and Chief Financial Officer 8nd 2 Quarter Financial Overview and Business Update Tim Lain Vice President and Chief Financial Officer 8


Income Statement Summary Year-Over- Sequential $ Millions, except pounds and per-share amounts Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 Year Change Change Pounds ('000) 63,918 62,298 59,298 (4,620) (3,000) Net Sales 556.5 585.4 573.0 16.5 (12.4) Net Sales ex. Surcharge Revenue* 449.4 486.6 471.2 21.8 (15.4) Gross Profit 107.0 112.6 112.6 5.6 - Selling, General and Administrative Expenses 51.6 52.8 55.3 3.7 2.5 Special Items (1.2) - (2.3) (1.1) (2.3) Operating Income 55.4 59.8 55.0 (0.4) (4.8) Operating Income ex. Special Items* 56.6 59.8 57.3 0.7 (2.5) % of Net Sales ex. Surcharge Revenue* 12.6% 12.3% 12.2% -0.4 pts -0.1 pts Effective Tax Rate 21.5% 23.8% 23.2% +1.7 pts -0.6 pts Net Income 35.5 41.2 38.8 3.3 (2.4) Diluted Earnings per Share $0.73 $0.85 $0.79 $0.06 ($0.06) Adjusted Diluted Earnings per Share* $0.76 $0.85 $0.83 $0.07 ($0.02) th Ongoing momentum drove 12 consecutive quarter of year-over-year earnings growth 9 * Detailed schedule included in Non-GAAP Schedules in AppendixIncome Statement Summary Year-Over- Sequential $ Millions, except pounds and per-share amounts Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 Year Change Change Pounds ('000) 63,918 62,298 59,298 (4,620) (3,000) Net Sales 556.5 585.4 573.0 16.5 (12.4) Net Sales ex. Surcharge Revenue* 449.4 486.6 471.2 21.8 (15.4) Gross Profit 107.0 112.6 112.6 5.6 - Selling, General and Administrative Expenses 51.6 52.8 55.3 3.7 2.5 Special Items (1.2) - (2.3) (1.1) (2.3) Operating Income 55.4 59.8 55.0 (0.4) (4.8) Operating Income ex. Special Items* 56.6 59.8 57.3 0.7 (2.5) % of Net Sales ex. Surcharge Revenue* 12.6% 12.3% 12.2% -0.4 pts -0.1 pts Effective Tax Rate 21.5% 23.8% 23.2% +1.7 pts -0.6 pts Net Income 35.5 41.2 38.8 3.3 (2.4) Diluted Earnings per Share $0.73 $0.85 $0.79 $0.06 ($0.06) Adjusted Diluted Earnings per Share* $0.76 $0.85 $0.83 $0.07 ($0.02) th Ongoing momentum drove 12 consecutive quarter of year-over-year earnings growth 9 * Detailed schedule included in Non-GAAP Schedules in Appendix


Free Cash Flow Summary $ Millions YTD FY19 Q1-20 Q2-20 YTD FY20 Net Income + Non-cash Items 146 83 81 164 Inventory (151) (51) (57) (1 08) Working Capital / Other 55 (29) (1) (29) Total Net Working Capital / Other 96 (80) (58) (137) Pension Plan Contributions (3) (2) (1) (4) Net Cash Provided From Operating Activities 47 1 22 23 Purchases of Property, Plant, Equipment and Software (82) (48) (47) (94) Acquisitions of Business, Net of Cash Acquired (79) - - - Dividends Paid (19) (10) (10) (19) Other - 1 - - Free Cash Flow * (133) (56) (35) (91) Cash 29 25 30 Available Borrowing Under Credit Facility 293 316 275 Total Liquidity 322 341 305 The clerical accuracy of certain amounts may be impacted due to rounding Strong earnings funding seasonal inventory growth and investments in key strategic projects 10 * Detailed schedule included in Non-GAAP Schedules in AppendixFree Cash Flow Summary $ Millions YTD FY19 Q1-20 Q2-20 YTD FY20 Net Income + Non-cash Items 146 83 81 164 Inventory (151) (51) (57) (1 08) Working Capital / Other 55 (29) (1) (29) Total Net Working Capital / Other 96 (80) (58) (137) Pension Plan Contributions (3) (2) (1) (4) Net Cash Provided From Operating Activities 47 1 22 23 Purchases of Property, Plant, Equipment and Software (82) (48) (47) (94) Acquisitions of Business, Net of Cash Acquired (79) - - - Dividends Paid (19) (10) (10) (19) Other - 1 - - Free Cash Flow * (133) (56) (35) (91) Cash 29 25 30 Available Borrowing Under Credit Facility 293 316 275 Total Liquidity 322 341 305 The clerical accuracy of certain amounts may be impacted due to rounding Strong earnings funding seasonal inventory growth and investments in key strategic projects 10 * Detailed schedule included in Non-GAAP Schedules in Appendix


SAO Segment Summary Q2 Operating Results Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 vs Q2-19 vs Q1-20 Pounds ('000) 61,668 60,004 56,564 (5,104) (3,440) Net Sales ($M) 461.6 491.1 483.0 21.4 (8.1) Sales ex. Surcharge ($M) 356.2 393.2 382.5 26.3 (10.7) Operating Income ($M) 69.0 81.0 76.3 7.3 (4.7) % of Net Sales 14.9% 16.5% 15.8% +0.9 pts -0.7 pts % of Sales ex. Surcharge 19.4% 20.6% 19.9% +0.5 pts -0.7 pts Q2 Business Results Q3-20 Outlook • Record Q2 operating income performance driven by • Short-term impacts from 737 MAX supply chain continued focus on richer product mix reaction expected to be partially mitigated by broad • Carpenter Operating Model focused on capturing aerospace solutions portfolio capacity and productivity gains • Capacity and productivity gains remain priority • Sharp movement in raw material prices resulted in • Similar operating income sequentially despite 737 pronounced unfavorable surcharge lag MAX disruption 11SAO Segment Summary Q2 Operating Results Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 vs Q2-19 vs Q1-20 Pounds ('000) 61,668 60,004 56,564 (5,104) (3,440) Net Sales ($M) 461.6 491.1 483.0 21.4 (8.1) Sales ex. Surcharge ($M) 356.2 393.2 382.5 26.3 (10.7) Operating Income ($M) 69.0 81.0 76.3 7.3 (4.7) % of Net Sales 14.9% 16.5% 15.8% +0.9 pts -0.7 pts % of Sales ex. Surcharge 19.4% 20.6% 19.9% +0.5 pts -0.7 pts Q2 Business Results Q3-20 Outlook • Record Q2 operating income performance driven by • Short-term impacts from 737 MAX supply chain continued focus on richer product mix reaction expected to be partially mitigated by broad • Carpenter Operating Model focused on capturing aerospace solutions portfolio capacity and productivity gains • Capacity and productivity gains remain priority • Sharp movement in raw material prices resulted in • Similar operating income sequentially despite 737 pronounced unfavorable surcharge lag MAX disruption 11


PEP Segment Summary Q2 Operating Results Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 vs Q2-19 vs Q1-20 Pounds* ('000) 3,300 3,250 3,424 124 174 Net Sales ($M) 112.9 109.4 106.0 (6.9) (3.4) Sales ex. Surcharge ($M) 109.4 107.9 104.1 (5.3) (3.8) Operating Income (Loss) ($M) 4.4 (2.0) 0.4 (4.0) 2.4 % of Net Sales 3.9% -1.8% 0.4% -3.5 pts +2.2 pts % of Sales ex. Surcharge 4.0% -1.9% 0.4% -3.6 pts +2.3 pts Q2 Business Results Q3-20 Outlook • Execution challenges at Dynamet subsiding as capital • Ongoing strong demand for titanium solutions with projects near completion improving execution to capitalize on market • Results include operating losses related to strategic conditions investments in additive manufacturing • Similar operating losses related to additive • Oil & gas business impacted by decreased activity in manufacturing investments North America due to reduced drilling activity • Similar operating income compared to Q2 12 * Pounds includes only Dynamet, Carpenter Powder Products and Additive businessesPEP Segment Summary Q2 Operating Results Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 vs Q2-19 vs Q1-20 Pounds* ('000) 3,300 3,250 3,424 124 174 Net Sales ($M) 112.9 109.4 106.0 (6.9) (3.4) Sales ex. Surcharge ($M) 109.4 107.9 104.1 (5.3) (3.8) Operating Income (Loss) ($M) 4.4 (2.0) 0.4 (4.0) 2.4 % of Net Sales 3.9% -1.8% 0.4% -3.5 pts +2.2 pts % of Sales ex. Surcharge 4.0% -1.9% 0.4% -3.6 pts +2.3 pts Q2 Business Results Q3-20 Outlook • Execution challenges at Dynamet subsiding as capital • Ongoing strong demand for titanium solutions with projects near completion improving execution to capitalize on market • Results include operating losses related to strategic conditions investments in additive manufacturing • Similar operating losses related to additive • Oil & gas business impacted by decreased activity in manufacturing investments North America due to reduced drilling activity • Similar operating income compared to Q2 12 * Pounds includes only Dynamet, Carpenter Powder Products and Additive businesses


nd 2 Quarter Fiscal Year 2020 Closing Comments Tony Thene President and Chief Executive Officer 13nd 2 Quarter Fiscal Year 2020 Closing Comments Tony Thene President and Chief Executive Officer 13


Investing in Our Future Growth Additive Manufacturing Soft Magnetics Titanium Capacity Expansion ▪ $100 million investment in hot strip mill on ▪ High-value titanium offerings driving sales ▪ Created end-to-end additive manufacturing platform via strategic Reading campus growth consistently ahead of broader acquisitions and organic capabilities industry ▪ Expanding leadership position in ▪ Recently opened Emerging Technology Aerospace Auxiliary Power Units (APU’s) ▪ Strategically elevated our supply chain Center and collaborating with customers and other electrification applications position in Medical end-use market via deepened OEM relationships to develop and implement future ® ▪ Leveraging proprietary alloys (Hiperco solutions ® and Hypocore ) to develop solutions for ▪ Solutions portfolio is increasingly ▪ Process parameter development, quickly growing Electric Vehicle (EV) recognized in the development of new characterization analysis and parts being market medical devices and applications that printed for key customers improve patient outcomes ▪ Solutions address key EV motor design challenges (range, cargo capacity, ▪ Targeted capacity expansion projects at ▪ Powder management and lifecycle systems used to improve part efficiency and cost) by maximizing power Dynamet titanium facilities nearing performance while increasing yields and and reducing size and weight completion production rates ▪ Significant electrifications efforts being pursued by key Aerospace OEMs 14Investing in Our Future Growth Additive Manufacturing Soft Magnetics Titanium Capacity Expansion ▪ $100 million investment in hot strip mill on ▪ High-value titanium offerings driving sales ▪ Created end-to-end additive manufacturing platform via strategic Reading campus growth consistently ahead of broader acquisitions and organic capabilities industry ▪ Expanding leadership position in ▪ Recently opened Emerging Technology Aerospace Auxiliary Power Units (APU’s) ▪ Strategically elevated our supply chain Center and collaborating with customers and other electrification applications position in Medical end-use market via deepened OEM relationships to develop and implement future ® ▪ Leveraging proprietary alloys (Hiperco solutions ® and Hypocore ) to develop solutions for ▪ Solutions portfolio is increasingly ▪ Process parameter development, quickly growing Electric Vehicle (EV) recognized in the development of new characterization analysis and parts being market medical devices and applications that printed for key customers improve patient outcomes ▪ Solutions address key EV motor design challenges (range, cargo capacity, ▪ Targeted capacity expansion projects at ▪ Powder management and lifecycle systems used to improve part efficiency and cost) by maximizing power Dynamet titanium facilities nearing performance while increasing yields and and reducing size and weight completion production rates ▪ Significant electrifications efforts being pursued by key Aerospace OEMs 14


Closing Comments th ▪ 12 consecutive quarter of year-over-year earnings growth Continue to Deliver Solid Financial th ▪ 12 consecutive quarter of year-over-year backlog growth Results and ▪ SAO delivered highest second quarter operating income on record Operating Performance; End-to- ▪ Strong year-over-year performance in Aerospace and Defense end-use market driven by End Additive broad platform and sub-market participation Manufacturing ▪ Multiple approvals received at Athens facility; customer engagement remains high Platform and Expanding Soft ▪ Medical sales increased double-digits year-over-year due to ongoing strong demand for Magnetics high-value solutions and expanded customer relationships Capabilities ▪ Financial position supports continued direct returns to shareholders coupled with Strengthen investments in critical emerging technologies Foundation for Long- ▪ Disruption due to 737 MAX supply chain expected to be partially mitigated in near-term; Term Growth planning for future action if necessary 15Closing Comments th ▪ 12 consecutive quarter of year-over-year earnings growth Continue to Deliver Solid Financial th ▪ 12 consecutive quarter of year-over-year backlog growth Results and ▪ SAO delivered highest second quarter operating income on record Operating Performance; End-to- ▪ Strong year-over-year performance in Aerospace and Defense end-use market driven by End Additive broad platform and sub-market participation Manufacturing ▪ Multiple approvals received at Athens facility; customer engagement remains high Platform and Expanding Soft ▪ Medical sales increased double-digits year-over-year due to ongoing strong demand for Magnetics high-value solutions and expanded customer relationships Capabilities ▪ Financial position supports continued direct returns to shareholders coupled with Strengthen investments in critical emerging technologies Foundation for Long- ▪ Disruption due to 737 MAX supply chain expected to be partially mitigated in near-term; Term Growth planning for future action if necessary 15


Appendix of Non-GAAP Schedules 16Appendix of Non-GAAP Schedules 16


Non-GAAP Schedules (Unaudited) Adjusted Diluted Earnings Per Share $ Millions except per share amounts Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 Diluted Earnings per Share $ 0 .73 $ 0 .85 $ 0 .79 Net Income 3 5.5 41.2 3 8.8 Special Items: Acquisition-related costs 1.2 - - Restructuring charges - - 1.8 Special Items 1 .2 - 1.8 Net Income Excluding Special Items 36.7 4 1.2 40.6 Adjusted Diluted Earnings per Share $ 0 .76 $ 0 .85 $ 0 .83 Management believes that earnings per share adjusted to exclude the impacts of special items is helpful in analyzing the operating performance of the Company, as these items are not indicative of ongoing operating performance. Management uses its results excluding these amounts to evaluate its operating performance and to discuss its business with investment institutions, the Company's board of directors and others. 17Non-GAAP Schedules (Unaudited) Adjusted Diluted Earnings Per Share $ Millions except per share amounts Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 Diluted Earnings per Share $ 0 .73 $ 0 .85 $ 0 .79 Net Income 3 5.5 41.2 3 8.8 Special Items: Acquisition-related costs 1.2 - - Restructuring charges - - 1.8 Special Items 1 .2 - 1.8 Net Income Excluding Special Items 36.7 4 1.2 40.6 Adjusted Diluted Earnings per Share $ 0 .76 $ 0 .85 $ 0 .83 Management believes that earnings per share adjusted to exclude the impacts of special items is helpful in analyzing the operating performance of the Company, as these items are not indicative of ongoing operating performance. Management uses its results excluding these amounts to evaluate its operating performance and to discuss its business with investment institutions, the Company's board of directors and others. 17


Non-GAAP Schedules (Unaudited) Adjusted Operating Margin Excluding Surcharge Revenue and Special Items $ Millions Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 Net sales 5 56.5 585.4 5 73.0 Less: surcharge revenue 1 07.1 9 8.8 101.8 Net Sales Excluding Surcharge Revenue 449.4 486.6 4 71.2 Operating Income 5 5.4 59.8 5 5.0 Special Items: Acquisition-related costs 1 .2 - - Restructuring charges - - 2 .3 Special Items 1 .2 - 2 .3 Operating Income Excluding Special Items 5 6.6 5 9.8 5 7.3 Operating Margin 10.0% 10.2% 9.6% Adjusted Operating Margin Excluding Surcharge Revenue and Special Items 12.6% 12.3% 12.2% Management believes that removing the impact of raw material surcharge revenue from operating margin provides a more consistent basis for comparing results of operations from period to period, thereby permitting management to evaluate performance and investors to make decisions based on the ongoing operations of the Company. In addition, management believes that excluding the impact of special items is helpful in analyzing the operating performance of the Company, as these items are not indicative of ongoing operating performance. Management uses its results excluding these amounts to evaluate its operating performance and to discuss its business with investment institutions, the Company’s board of directors and others. 18Non-GAAP Schedules (Unaudited) Adjusted Operating Margin Excluding Surcharge Revenue and Special Items $ Millions Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 Net sales 5 56.5 585.4 5 73.0 Less: surcharge revenue 1 07.1 9 8.8 101.8 Net Sales Excluding Surcharge Revenue 449.4 486.6 4 71.2 Operating Income 5 5.4 59.8 5 5.0 Special Items: Acquisition-related costs 1 .2 - - Restructuring charges - - 2 .3 Special Items 1 .2 - 2 .3 Operating Income Excluding Special Items 5 6.6 5 9.8 5 7.3 Operating Margin 10.0% 10.2% 9.6% Adjusted Operating Margin Excluding Surcharge Revenue and Special Items 12.6% 12.3% 12.2% Management believes that removing the impact of raw material surcharge revenue from operating margin provides a more consistent basis for comparing results of operations from period to period, thereby permitting management to evaluate performance and investors to make decisions based on the ongoing operations of the Company. In addition, management believes that excluding the impact of special items is helpful in analyzing the operating performance of the Company, as these items are not indicative of ongoing operating performance. Management uses its results excluding these amounts to evaluate its operating performance and to discuss its business with investment institutions, the Company’s board of directors and others. 18


Non-GAAP Schedules (Unaudited) Free Cash Flow $ Millions Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 YTD FY19 YTD FY20 Net cash provided from operating activities 3 7.8 0 .7 2 1.8 4 7.2 22.6 Purchases of property, plant, equipment and software (4 0.1) (4 7.5) (4 6.7) (81.7) (94.3) Proceeds from disposals of property, plant and equipment and assets held for sale 0 .1 0.1 0 .1 0 .1 0 .1 Acquisition of business, net of cash acquired (7 9.0) - - (79.0) - Dividends paid (9.7) (9 .7) (9 .7) (1 9.3) (19.4) Free Cash Flow (90.9) (5 6.4) (3 4.5) (1 32.7) (9 1.0) Management believes that the free cash flow measure provides useful information to investors regarding our financial condition as it is a measure of cash generated which management evaluates for alternative uses. 19Non-GAAP Schedules (Unaudited) Free Cash Flow $ Millions Q2-19 Q1-20 Q2-20 YTD FY19 YTD FY20 Net cash provided from operating activities 3 7.8 0 .7 2 1.8 4 7.2 22.6 Purchases of property, plant, equipment and software (4 0.1) (4 7.5) (4 6.7) (81.7) (94.3) Proceeds from disposals of property, plant and equipment and assets held for sale 0 .1 0.1 0 .1 0 .1 0 .1 Acquisition of business, net of cash acquired (7 9.0) - - (79.0) - Dividends paid (9.7) (9 .7) (9 .7) (1 9.3) (19.4) Free Cash Flow (90.9) (5 6.4) (3 4.5) (1 32.7) (9 1.0) Management believes that the free cash flow measure provides useful information to investors regarding our financial condition as it is a measure of cash generated which management evaluates for alternative uses. 19