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Inotera likely to turn profitable as early as March - related company info
Josephine Lien, Taipei; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Thursday 7 February 2013]
  • Inotera Memories
  • Performance
    The company has reported consolidated revenues of NT$4,961 million for October 2016, representing a 9.3% drop on month and 11.9% increase on year.
    For the third quarter of 2016, the company totaled NT$13,892 million in consolidated revenues, up 19.9% sequentially and down 4.1% on year.
    Brief

    Full name: Inotera Memories

    Chinese name: 華亞科技股份有限公司

    Short name: Inotera

    Stock code: 3474

    Tax ID: 80353271

    Market: TSE

    Established: 23 Jan 2003

    Paid in capital: NT$65.60 billion

    Listed on TSE: 17 Mar 2006

    Listed on ESB: 15 Apr 2005

    Public since: 7 Oct 2004

    Website: www.inotera.com

  • Latest sales

    Inotera: Consolidated revenues, Oct 2015 - Oct 2016 (NT$m)

    Month

    Sales

    M/M

    Y/Y

    YTD

    Y/Y

    Oct-16

    4,961

    (9.3%)

    11.9%

    41,013

    (23.5%)

    Sep-16

    5,470

    31.6%

    20.3%

    36,052

    (26.7%)

    Aug-16

    4,156

    0.7%

    (13%)

    30,582

    (31.5%)

    Jul-16

    4,127

    14.3%

    (20.1%)

    26,426

    (33.7%)

    Jun-16

    3,611

    (6.3%)

    (31.2%)

    22,299

    (35.7%)

    May-16

    3,855

    (1.5%)

    (25.3%)

    18,688

    (36.5%)

    Apr-16

    3,915

    2.1%

    (32.9%)

    14,833

    (38.9%)

    Mar-16

    3,836

    12.5%

    (34.7%)

    10,918

    (40.8%)

    Feb-16

    3,411

    (7.1%)

    (42%)

    7,082

    (43.7%)

    Jan-16

    3,671

    (3.4%)

    (45.2%)

    3,671

    (45.2%)

    Dec-15

    3,802

    10.9%

    (45%)

    65,287

    (27%)

    Nov-15

    3,428

    (22.7%)

    (51%)

    61,485

    (25.6%)

    Oct-15

    4,434

    (0%)

    (34%)

    58,057

    (23%)

    *Figures are consolidated
    Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, November 2017

    Inotera: Consolidated revenues, 3Q15 - 3Q16 (NT$m)

    Quarter

    Sales

    Q/Q

    Y/Y

    YTD

    Y/Y

    3Q-16

    13,892

    19.9%

    (4.1%)

    36,288

    (26.2%)

    2Q-16

    11,584

    7.1%

    (28.7%)

    22,397

    (35.5%)

    1Q-16

    10,813

    (6.6%)

    (41.4%)

    10,813

    (41.4%)

    4Q-15

    11,574

    (20.1%)

    (43.9%)

    60,762

    (26.4%)

    3Q-15

    14,490

    (10.8%)

    (28.5%)

    49,189

    (20.6%)

    *Figures are consolidated
    Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, November 2017

    Latest balance sheet and income statement

    Inotera: Consolidated balance sheet, 3Q15 - 3Q16 (NT$k)

    Item

    3Q-2016

    2Q-2016

    1Q-2016

    4Q-2015

    3Q-2015

    Current assets

    33,005,591

    32,659,626

    37,163,684

    41,012,811

    51,280,779

    Non-current assets

    121,423,475

    124,046,584

    120,884,941

    116,871,496

    102,417,814

    Assets

    154,429,066

    156,706,210

    158,048,625

    157,884,307

    153,698,593

    Current liabilities

    14,101,592

    17,451,326

    13,885,575

    12,325,004

    17,463,766

    Non-current liabilities

    9,148,615

    8,969,347

    10,172,283

    10,237,028

    1,782,075

    Liabilities

    23,250,207

    26,420,673

    24,057,858

    22,562,032

    19,245,841

    Stockholders' equity

    131,178,859

    130,285,537

    133,990,767

    135,322,275

    134,452,752

    *Figures are consolidated
    Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, November 2017

    Inotera: Consolidated income statement, 3Q15 - 3Q16 (NT$k)

    Item

    3Q-2016

    2Q-2016

    1Q-2016

    4Q-2015

    3Q-2015

    NT$k

    % of sales

    NT$k

    % of sales

    NT$k

    % of sales

    NT$k

    % of sales

    NT$k

    % of sales

    Operating revenue

    13,891,683

     

    11,583,648

     

    10,813,067

     

    11,573,597

     

    14,490,329

     

    Gross profit (loss) from operations

    1,682,379

    12.1%

    -372,989

    -3.2%

    -728,527

    -6.7%

    826,991

    7.1%

    4,082,335

    28.2%

    Operating expenses

    155,737

    1.1%

    172,310

    1.5%

    179,884

    1.7%

    198,894

    1.7%

    219,250

    1.5%

    Operating income (loss)

    1,526,642

    11%

    -545,299

    -4.7%

    -908,411

    -8.4%

    628,097

    5.4%

    3,863,085

    26.7%

    Non-operating expenses and losses

    -456,242

    -3.3%

    -54,089

    -0.5%

    -652,227

    -6%

    97,052

    0.8%

    2,681,137

    18.5%

    Income from continuing operations before income tax

    1,070,400

    7.7%

    -599,388

    -5.2%

    -1,560,638

    -14.4%

    725,149

    6.3%

    6,544,222

    45.2%

    Net income (loss)

    885,967

    6.4%

    -1,887,132

    -16.3%

    -1,560,728

    -14.4%

    446,623

    3.9%

    5,773,519

    39.8%

    Diluted earnings per share (NT$)

    0.1

     

    -0.3

     

    -0.2

     

    0.1

     

    0.9

     

    *Figures are consolidated
    Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, November 2017

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