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PACK earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.

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Ranpak Holdings Corp (PACK)
Q1 2020 Earnings Call
May 11, 2020, 8:30 a.m. ET


  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:


Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by and welcome to the Ranpak Holdings Corp First Quarter 2020 Earnings Call.

[Operator Instructions]

And I would now like to hand the conference over to your speaker today, Bill Drew, Chief of Staff. Please go ahead, sir.

Bill Drew -- Chief of Staff

Thank you and good morning everyone. Before we begin, I'd like to remind you that we will discuss forward-looking statements as defined under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those forward-looking statements as a result of various factors, including those discussed in our press release and the risk factors identified in our Form S-4 registration statement filed with the SEC in connection with the business combination and our other filings with the SEC. Some of the statements in responses to your questions in this conference call may include forward-looking statements that are subject to future events and uncertainties that could cause our actual results to differ materially from these statements. Ranpak assumes no obligation and does not intend to update any such forward-looking statements. You should not place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, all of which speak to the company only as of today.

The earnings release we issued this morning and the presentation for today's call are posted on the Investor Relations section of our website. A copy of the release has been included in an 8-K that we submitted to the SEC before this call. We will also make a replay of this conference call available via webcast on the company website. For financial information that is presented on a non-GAAP basis, we have included reconciliations to the comparable GAAP information. Please refer to the table and slide presentation accompanying today's earnings release. Also, as we will discuss in more detail later, due to the accounting treatment for the business combination we closed on June 3, 2019, the data presented for the first quarter of 2019 represents the predecessor period. Lastly, we'll be filing our 10-Q with the SEC for the period ending March 31, 2020. The 10-Q will be available through the SEC or in the Investor Relations section of our website.

With me today, I have Omar Asali, our Chairman and CEO. Omar will provide an update on how we are responding to the challenges of managing through the COVID pandemic and summarize our first quarter results. I will then provide additional detail on the financial results before we open the call for questions. With that, I'll turn the call over to Omar.

Omar Asali -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, Bill. Good morning everyone. I'd like to begin by sharing how proud I am of our team and the role we play in helping transport goods across the world safely, sustainably and reliably to people and communities in need. As a part of the critical logistics infrastructure, Ranpak has remained steadfast in its commitment to provide our customers across the globe with the environmentally friendly protective packaging materials that they rely on to ship their products. Ranpak is not a large company, but we are a global one doing business in roughly 50 countries. Initially encountering the virus in our operations in Asia, then in Europe, and more recently in the Americas, our employees have been working hard and executing under difficult conditions and I'm extremely proud of how they have adapted to the changing environment and come together. We shipped a tremendous amount of product in the first quarter, very close to what we did in the first quarter last year, which benefited from customers purchasing ahead of the upcoming price increases and Brexit. While most employees from Ranpak are currently working remotely, many of our colleagues report to our operating facilities every day to make the machine and paper and necessary to serve our customers. Their dedication and resolve in stressful times is an example for the rest of our organization. In order to operate in the safest manner possible, the company is working closely with the appropriate public health officials to follow stated health and safety guidelines in the cities and countries where Ranpak operates. All of the company's manufacturing, distribution and other facilities are operating under these guidelines and are fully operational. Our top priorities are the safety and health of colleagues and maintaining business continuity to meet the needs of our customers. Given the critical role Ranpak's products play in the global supply chain, Ranpak colleagues have worked diligently to support the integrity of the company's supply chain in order to keep its global footprint and network of partners operating effectively. Today, our paper supply has not been interrupted and we have experienced only minimal delays in the receipt of certain converter machine parts. To further protect ourselves from potential disruption, we have developed alternative sources to many of the key components required for converter machine assembly. Although the outlook is uncertain and seems to change daily, we believe Ranpak is in a solid position to weather the effects of COVID. Our cash position is strong at more than $20 million as of March the 31 and our $45 million revolver is undrawn and available to us should we seek additional liquidity. We continue to perform well and generate cash within our business, giving us adequate flexibility to support operations and continue to invest in the business. We continue to hire and build out our teams, most recently, with an emphasis on finance and automation. But given the unknowns in the world, we have delayed some of our discretionary capex projects such as the renovation of our Cleveland headquarters and have enacted tighter controls on our SG&A expenses.

We're fortunate to be an essential part of the supply chain and able to help our customers. So we want to do our part to help those in need and some of our active communities. In addition to donations to local food pantries near our headquarters in Cleveland and in Netherlands, we have made donations to the Cleveland Clinic and Mount Sinai Hospital in New York with the funds earmarked to pay for onsite meals, comfort stations and lodging for hospital staff treating COVID patients as well as a delivery of meals to hospital staff who become infected with the virus. In times like these, we all need to come together as a global community and help where we can. I'm proud to say Ranpak is doing its part.

Now, onto the quarter. The first quarter was a respectable one given the comparison and challenging operating environment. If you recall our fourth quarter earnings call, I shared that the first quarter of 2020 would be a tough comparison given the first quarter 2019 performance was up 12% on a constant currency basis due to buy-ins ahead of Brexit and price increases in Europe and North America. While I was aiming to achieve a target more in line with the 2019 level, the team delivered solid results given the rolling impact of COVID we felt in our operating regions throughout the quarter. The virus has had a mixed impact overall on our business with some end markets such as e-commerce experiencing substantial demand growth while more industrial segments such as machine parts and oil and gas are under pressure. Given our global footprint, our Asia Pacific team was the first to experience the effects and so many electronics and industrial customers substantially weaker to start the year only to have a nice recovery into quarter end led by many of the regional e-commerce players. In Europe, industrial end markets were considerably weaker, but this weakness was more than offset by robust growth in Void-Fill and Wrapping products and continued sustainability tailwinds. In North America, a slower start to the year, as well as weakness in industrial end markets led to some pressure while e-commerce was particularly strong exiting the quarter. This environment has provided some additional opportunities to grow our e-commerce business with existing customers and we believe that many of our customers will permanently gain share from the dislocation taking place. We're very proud that we have been a reliable partner for our customers throughout the past few months, and many of our customers have taken notice. We believe our performance during this period further solidifies the reputation of our company and our products and that when customers want reliability they choose Ranpak. New installations from trials and closes are obviously slower in this environment as many customers will not allow outside personnel to physically enter into their facilities. But as lock downs are lifted, we're encouraged by our growing pipeline that is carried over from the first quarter, which we expect to close in the upcoming months. Feedback on our next-generation Void-Fill equipment called Trident in North America continues to be excellent. And we are having great success closing deals with customers who trialed this product. Given the demand we're experiencing, we are reallocating machines that were previously bound for Europe to North America and we'll introduce into Europe later this year. While feedback on our next-generation cushioning machines we have placed is quite positive the launch has been more limited relative to plan due to the slowdown in industrial activity in Europe due to COVID. Expectations for these products are high across our different geographies as we look forward to bring it to North America and Asia Pacific in the second half of the year. We continue our innovation and new product development work and have made some exciting progress on a new cold-chain application that we began trialing recently. We believe this curbside recyclable product is ideal for the rapidly expanding grocery home delivery space and provides the thermal protection needed to keep groceries cold while taking up minimal space in warehouses or in the back of grocery stores. To our knowledge, this is a truly unique product in the marketplace and an example of the renewed focus on innovation at Ranpak. We successfully opened our new automation center in the Netherlands according to plan in April. The team is close to complete as we have added 32 employees fully dedicated to automation in the past few months, bringing us up to more than 60 full-time employees dedicated to automation. Our pipeline for Automation sales is robust, but given the restrictions on travel and the inability to enter in many potential customer sites, the timeline for completing some of these sales has been extended. We continue to believe the medium and longer-term outlook for this business is bright as customers increasingly look for solutions that make their businesses more efficient and less dependent on human labor at the end of the line. Following the events unfolding around the world, I believe many companies who were previously on the fence about automation quickly realize the value of an automated solution.

Now, a quick update on our expansion into retail. Clearly, given the changing landscape our in-store retail trials are experiencing some disruption for the time being. In the interim, we have pivoted to focus more online and are currently selling our environmentally friendly alternatives to bubble wrap Ranpak ReadyRolls on Amazon and We've been developing content to support the online rollout and have stepped up our digital marketing efforts. We also have developed a new disposable Geami wrapping product used at the POS within retailers. This product is gaining a lot of traction in Europe even in the midst of the pandemic and we think has great opportunities to be used globally. Turning the discussion now to first quarter financial performance. For the quarter, consolidated net sales on a constant currency basis decreased 4.6% driven by weakness in industrial end markets, leading to declines in Cushioning and to a lesser extent, Void-Fill. Wrapping was a bright spot globally, exhibiting nearly 50% growth on a constant currency basis, driven by Geami and WrapPak. Automation, not surprisingly, was under some pressure year-over-year as we were in the process of opening our facility and the pandemic slowed new sales opportunities. After a strong fourth quarter, the North American team posted a decline of 9.4% year-over-year driven by decreased cushioning and Void-Fill sales, partially offset by strong growth in Wrapping. While performance in North America was disappointing, we are encouraged by the pipeline. Our new additions to the sales team have developed and expect to close activity to ramp-up once business restrictions are lifted. On a constant currency basis for the quarter, net sales in Europe and Asia-Pacific were roughly flat against the first quarter in 2019 that saw an increase of 19% year-over-year. Strong growth in Wrapping and Void-Fill were offset by weakness in Cushioning and Automation. Europe and Asia Pacific exited the quarter on a very strong note and have seen solid demand since the end of the quarter. Overall, sales through April and the beginning of May are up versus last year as e-commerce continues to be a strong driver while industrial areas are under pressure. Sustainability remains a robust tailwind in Europe as our experience has been companies continue to move forward with their existing plans to reduce the impact of their supply chain has on the environment. Pro forma adjusted EBITDA of $18.1 million was down 8% in constant currency terms, year-over-year. First quarter EBITDA was adversely impacted by lower sales and the investment in the business I mentioned in our fourth quarter call. The largest driver being increased G&A related to the hiring of 65 additional personnel in management, operations, engineering, sales, finance, customer service and automation versus last year. Just to put that in perspective, that is a 12% increase in total headcount versus a year ago. But I believe these hires were required to put Ranpak in a position to succeed over the longer term. In the second half of the year, we will begin to lap these additions and gain operating leverage as the first quarter typically is the smallest contributor to annual sales and EBITDA. Now with our automation center stood up and a number of key engineering and finance team members hired in the last couple of months, the vast majority of our additions to personnel are complete. We have added a lot of talent over the last nine months and believe we are now largely fully staffed at this point with the expertise required to execute on our long-term growth goals. Those are the high level points on our start to 2020.

To summarize, while our business is not immune to the impacts of COVID, aspects of it such as e-e-commerce, home goods and medical supplies are performing extremely well and have been largely offsetting the weakness in the industrial segment. We are in a solid position from a cash on hand and liquidity standpoint. We continue to generate cash and our bank adjusted EBITDA leverage ratio is 4.4 times. In short, while we are extremely mindful of our operating environment, we continue to be on offense and are in a position to take advantage of the opportunities that can come about in times of dislocation. As a part of our momentum building efforts, this morning, we launched our first B2B digital marketing campaign to engage DTC e-commerce brands and encourage them to box better by using Ranpak sustainable packaging solutions. We developed this campaign with Ready Set Rocket to target key DTC decision makers and showcase Ranpak's unique alternatives for plastic. We're excited to raise Ranpak profile and get our message out. You can learn more about the campaign on

Now, Bill will take you through some further details for the quarter and then I'll discuss the outlook and open the call for questions. Bill?

Bill Drew -- Chief of Staff

Thank you, Omar. In the deck, you'll see a summary of some of our key performance indicators. For the convenience of readers, we've presented the comparison of the three-month period ended March 31 2020, pro forma for constant currency and percentage of completion revenue recognition adjustments in order to present a meaningful comparison against the corresponding period. We'll also be filing our 10-Q today which provides further information on Ranpak's operating results. Machine placement continued its steady increase in the quarter, up 8.5% year-over-year, to [Phonetic] 107,000 machines globally. Cushioning and Void-Fill install systems continued to grow in the mid-single-digit and Wrapping continues to ramp well, exceeding 30% year-over-year. Overall, net sales for the company in the first quarter were down 4.6% year-over-year on an adjusted constant currency basis, driven by industrial headwinds and automation, offset by continued solid performance in our core business in Europe and Asia. As Omar mentioned, we did have some headwinds to our adjusted EBITDA this quarter from the investments we've been making but still achieved a roughly 28% margin compared to 29% in the prior year. We were able to offset some of the investments in personnel through more favorable input cost as we negotiated lower pricing from our paper suppliers going into this year. We expect paper pricing to remain a tailwind for the remainder of the year and expect to obtain greater operating leverage on our G&A as the year progresses and sales increases. Capital expenditures for the quarter were $10.3 million versus 6.5 million in 1Q '19. $2.4 million of the increase was due to increases in converter equipment as we ramped up production of Trident and Guardian, our next generation converters, support our new product launches while we also built inventory of Void-Fill converters, [Indecipherable] earmarked [Phonetic] fulfillment centers coming online in the next couple of quarters. Non-converter related capex increased by approximately $1.4 million year-over-year due to a number of one-time projects and upgrades, such as our new website, equipment related to making paper for Guardian, facility and IT maintenance, etc. We are still experiencing strong demand for our converters to continue to invest in the fleet. But as you may recall, we have the ability to ramp up and scale down our converter capex for the fairly short lead time, so we can stay nimble. Given the environment, we are watching capex closely and we'll adjust accordingly to make sure we're adequately protecting the balance sheet. Interest expense for the quarter was approximately $6 million. We were able to take advantage of the lower yields by reducing the rate on a $200 million swap by 22 basis points to 2.1%. For the full year, assuming no revolver draw, we expect our cash interest expense to be roughly $22 million.

Moving to the balance sheet and liquidity. We completed the quarter with a strong liquidity position, including a cash balance of $20.2 million and no drawings against our $45 million revolving credit facility to date. I should also point out that we have satisfied all required amortization payments on our USD tranche of debt, so are only required to pay down EUR1.4 million per year related to our euro tranche.

With that, I'll turn it back over to Omar before we move on to questions. Thanks, Bill. At this point in the call, I'd like to take a moment to thank Trent Meyerhoefer for his efforts and contributions made to Ranpak. As you have all seen this morning, Trent will be moving on from Ranpak as of May 15 and we wish him the best in his future endeavors. Trent is leaving on good terms and has been working with Bill Drew who will assume the role of Interim CFO to ensure a smooth transition. We will be conducting a search to find a permanent replacement, which we expect to conclude by the end of the year. We provided a lot of info on this call and tried to provide you with as much color as possible, given how quickly the world is changing, including some color on our sales in April and early May. All in all, I am encouraged by our execution in the quarter, our business fundamentals, liquidity and financial health are strong. We are laser focused on ensuring business continuity in our operating areas and developing contingency plans to address a wide range of scenarios. I feel very good about where we stand right now, but understand we are navigating a very dynamic environment where some things are not in our control. The lack of visibility and uncertainty about the pandemic and its potential effects on the global economy and our business makes it difficult to forecast the remainder of the year with any precision. Due to these factors, we are temporarily suspending our forward-looking guidance until the environment stabilizes and we get more clarity. As always, we are prudently managing our business in the near term while maintaining focus on the long-term health of our company. 2020 remains an investment year and we will continue to do the things we believe are in the best interest of the business for the long term. We continue to ramp up our talent and areas of investment, so we can be in a position to emerge from this period in an even stronger position.

Thank you all again for joining us. At this point, operator, we'd like to open the line for questions.

Questions and Answers:


[Operator Instructions]

Our first question comes from the line of Greg Palm with Craig-Hallum Capital. Go ahead please. Your line is open.

Greg Palm -- Craig-Hallum Capital -- Analyst

Alrighty. Thanks, good morning. Hope everyone is doing well. Omar, as you look back in the quarter, I think you said it didn't quite meet your expectations. Can you talk a little bit more about various end market strengths and weakness points and maybe how some of these customer facility closures that you mentioned might have impacted results?

Omar Asali -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Yes, sure. Good morning, Greg. Obviously, this quarter saw just tremendous volatility in certain sectors that we were not anticipating, I don't think anybody was. So to give obvious examples in some industrial segments where certain facilities and customers of ours were shut down for the last two weeks of the quarter, we saw that in order related, we saw that in some of the furniture players, we've seen a reduction in activity in oil and gas and a lot of that occurred in sort of North America for the quarter. The hit in Asia Pacific happened earlier in the quarter. Towards the end of the quarter actually things we're opening up and APAC continues to perform better up to now. And then globally there has just been a tremendous shift from industrial activity to e-commerce activity. So we as a company have been trying to fulfill the needs of our e-commerce players. In some cases, some of these customers activity has gone up 30%, 40%, 50%, even doubled and we're trying to fulfill that. And in the case of industrial guys that have shut down, some of that activity has gone the wrong way, also 30%, 40%, 50% plus. So, the world that we're in right now just has quite a bit of volatility in terms of the level of activity at underlying facilities level and what we're watching right now is as the world opens up again, trying to see what type of activity we're going to see from the industrial channel. My personal view is the elevated level of e-commerce is going to continue with us for a while. The unknown is sort of what we see from industrial activity pick up in the upcoming weeks and months.

Greg Palm -- Craig-Hallum Capital -- Analyst

Great. That makes a lot of sense. And you also mentioned that April and early part of May was up versus year-ago periods. I don't know if you have the detail to quantify that further, but did you also say that the expectation is that Q1 revenue will likely be the smallest contributor for the year. So, implying we should expect Q2 to be up sequentially even with everything going on?

Omar Asali -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Yes, it's really tough to predict the world Greg, as you and I know given what's happening out there. Under normal circumstances at this call, I would not discuss April and May month-to-date, but frankly sharing with investors what happened in March 31 right now, it seemed like you were talking to them about an eternity ago. So just to give people a timely sense what we have seen in April and May, year-to-date is a continuation of these key trends I talked about, a robust e-commerce environment, very strong activity in Asia Pacific, very strong activity in Europe. So overall, we are up compared to last year and that was just designed to give people a flavor at a high level, how we're doing rather than to give position. If you talk about the rhythm of the business, typically, Q1 is the weakest. And that's typically our smallest quarter from a revenue and EBITDA standpoint. If the trends that we see today continue then I think that statement will hold and you will see us build up sales and EBITDA as we go into the next -- into this quarter and the next few quarters. So that would be our expectation. What I don't know, and no one does is, how will the world open up, what is around the corner in terms of the virus and the potential second wave or any of that stuff. And since we don't have a crystal ball that's better than the rest of the world, we've decided to suspend guidance, but what you're asking about building sales and building EBITDA over the ensuing quarters, that is what we expect at this point.

Greg Palm -- Craig-Hallum Capital -- Analyst

Okay. Let's shift gears if we can, because I think with everything going on in the world that potentially might have accelerated the interest in Automation, at least that's kind of what the commentary implies. So what are you hearing from customers and what's your longer-term vision about the potential for Automation, not just your current product line but broader solution potential for this industry as we look sort of out to the next few years?

Omar Asali -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Yes, I think, look, conventional wisdom is automation, which is really a sale of equipment in most instances for us, it is that in a weakening economy like this one, you would think capex projects are delayed and that would have been my feeling a month, month and a half ago. What we are hearing from customers in particular, the larger ones is given what they're seeing in terms of disruption, obviously given the human contagion aspect, given their need for speed and efficiency automation when it comes to toward end of the line and finding either semi-automated solutions where you can have physical distancing done a lot easier or having completely automated solutions is something that's still very much on their mind and that they are interested in pursuing these conversations. So the level of conversations, frankly, in the US, in Europe and in Asia-Pacific with our prospects and customers in Automation is increasing. What we envision is we finished our first chapter which is hiring the full team. So now we have more than 60 individuals focused solely on automation. We have a facility dedicated to automation. We want to execute on that plan to meet the demands for this year and over time, I would expect that we would be investing in increasing our manufacturing capacity, investing in R&D and in innovation to continue to come up with further solutions around the automation sort of opportunity. And frankly, I would be expecting that we would be coming with more automated solutions in our main converter business and core business as well. Again, it may not be fully automated to eliminate labor in that case, but to reduce labor which from everything we're seeing from our customers, these trends are going to continue. Now these trends apply to the larger customers that can't afford that equipment, the smaller warehouses and smaller customers I think will continue to just focus on sort of manual solutions, but the trends in automation continue to look robust. Now, the reality is that business just like our business, it's a physical business in the sense, people come to your facility. They want to go see your equipment at other customers, our employees, engineers technicians need to go to their facilities. So we need the well to open up to fulfill some of that demand. But the demand and the pipeline continues to be robust.

Greg Palm -- Craig-Hallum Capital -- Analyst

That's great. Okay. Last one for me. Can you talk a little bit more about the cold chain opportunity? I think you mentioned a new application. Curious if you're testing that with new customers, whether that's in pilot stage and maybe what the timeline is to sort of more of a commercialization and the contribution to the P&L?

Omar Asali -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Sure. And that's a great question because I think if you guys recall, in Q4 call, I said our focus has been on retail quite a bit to launch our product, which we were intending on launching in stores in March. And then I talked about automation where -- which is what we just discussed and the third opportunity was cold chain. I would say what happened in the last month and a half, two months with COVID is we pivoted, given the retail environment, we have been investing more resources in cold chain right now. Again, our retail products are ready, they are online, the in-store opportunity has been diminished with many of these stores not open and getting the foot traffic. And what we're seeing given what's happening in the grocery channel, what's happening with everybody loading up their pantries and their fridge as we have increased our level of activity in cold chain, we do have a prototype out there, it is being tested with customers. Our engineering and R&D team worked very hard the last couple of months to meet that demand, which is urgent and now, so that's what we're working on and we're very excited about the product that we have out there that we think will help transmit food and beverage and in some cases actually medications while controlling the temperature. So that has become a pretty exciting area for us, where a lot of resources at Ranpak has moved and started focusing on that and I feel pretty good that you will see the results in the upcoming weeks and months. So it's something that was a shift, given the dynamics that we saw with our customers and then the economy with the virus.

Greg Palm -- Craig-Hallum Capital -- Analyst

What's the market opportunity for that solution? Have you been able to size it up at all or not?

Omar Asali -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

I think the market opportunity is gigantic. As you know, Greg, we're a small company, so, even if we get small fractions of some of these markets. But if you add what you're seeing in grocery channel, if you add what you're seeing in the meal kit channel, if you add even some basic pharmaceutical movements, not the high-end sort of complicated stuff, you're talking about a very sizable market that today in meal kits and in grocery alone is seeing quite a bit of Research and what we're trying to do is meet those needs and meet those demands. And by the way, first and foremost, it's being a good supplier and partner to our customers. So just showing them that Ranpak can be nimble and address their needs relatively quickly. And we think these trends will continue, maybe not at these levels, but they will continue and that would be a nice market segment that is completely additive to what we have. So it will be a whole new opportunity that we're excited about.

Greg Palm -- Craig-Hallum Capital -- Analyst

Good. I'll leave it there. Best of luck going forward.

Omar Asali -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Thank you Greg, appreciated. Thanks a lot.


[Operator Instructions]

And there are no further questions at this time. I'd like to turn the call back over to our presenters.

Bill Drew -- Chief of Staff

Thank you, Jason, and thank you everyone for joining us today. Look forward to speaking again next quarter.


[Operator Closing Remarks]

Duration: 33 minutes

Call participants:

Bill Drew -- Chief of Staff

Omar Asali -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Greg Palm -- Craig-Hallum Capital -- Analyst

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