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

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XPEL, Inc (XPEL -1.84%)
Q1 2020 Earnings Call
May 14, 2020, 11:00 a.m. ET


  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:


Greetings. Welcome to XPEL First Quarter 2020 Earnings Conference Call. At this time, all participants are in a listen-only mode. A question-and-answer session will follow the formal presentation. [Operator Instructions] Please note this conference is being recorded.

I will now turn the conference over to John Nesbett with IMS. Thank you. You may begin.

John Nesbett -- IMS, Founder and President

Good morning and welcome to our conference call to discuss XPEL's financial results for the 2020 first quarter. On the call today we have Ryan Pape, XPEL's President and Chief Executive Officer; and Barry Wood, XPEL's Chief Financial Officer, who will provide an overview of the business operations and review the company's financial results. Immediately after the prepared comments, we will take questions from our call participants.

Now, let me take a moment to read the safe harbor statement. During the course of this call we will make certain forward-looking statements regarding XPEL Inc. and its business, which may include, but not be limited to anticipated use of proceeds from capital transactions, expansion into new markets, and execution of the company's growth strategy. Often, but not always forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of words such as plans, is expected, expects, scheduled, intends, contemplates, anticipates, believes, proposes, or variations including negative variations of such words and phrases or state that certain actions, events or results may, could, would, might or will be taken occur or be achieved.

Such statements are based on the current expectations of the management of XPEL. Forward looking events and circumstances discussed in this call may not occur by certain specified dates or at all and could differ materially as a result of known and unknown risk factors and uncertainties affecting the company's performance and acceptance of the company's products, economic factors competition, the equity markets generally and other factors beyond the control of XPEL. Although XPEL has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual actions, events, results to differ materially from those described in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause actions, events or results to differ from those anticipated, estimated or intended. No forward-looking statement can be guaranteed except as required by applicable securities laws. Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date on which they are made and XPEL undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

Okay. With that I will now like to turn the call over to Ryan. Go ahead Ryan.

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, John and good morning everyone. Again, welcome to our first quarter 2020 conference call. Overall, I was quite pleased with our performance in the first quarter, in light of some fairly significant headwinds due to COVID-19 in China early in the quarter and in the rest of the world at the end of the quarter. Our revenue for the quarter grew 14.8% over Q1 '19 to $28.4 million.

Our revenue from China declined 55% while our non-China growth was about 30%. As we mentioned last quarter, there was around $2 million in pull ahead in China revenue out of Q1 back into Q4 2019. Even with that, there was a significant impact in China from COVID-19 if you compare Q1 to Q4 run rate, obviously. Our Q2 forecast from China is encouraging and it seems at least for now, we may be on the other side of the pandemic in China. China, auto sales were up in April as some of you may follow ending 21-month decline streak. We've certainly seen that positive impact on our business and expect that to continue. We should be up significantly year-over-year in China for Q2 and it could be as much as 100% plus year-over-year revenue growth. Again this has been expected, due to weakness in Q2 of last year as a result of inventory build prior to that quarter. And then, as a result of coming out of the other side of COVID-19 in China. So, I think very good news there.

We also saw COVID-19 impact in our Asia-Pacific region where revenue declined 11.7% quarter-over-quarter, it was certainly less than our initial more pessimistic assumptions for those markets, which again is good news.

Looking at our other regions, we really didn't see any impact from COVID-19 until the last seven days to 10 days of March or so. Our US region finished the quarter with 24% growth, which is good performance for our largest region. In Canada, our Canada, US dollar revenue, grew 35% for the quarter, which was helped somewhat by two months of new revenue resulting from our Protex Center acquisition. Organic growth in Canada was around 25%, so still a very good results there.

In Europe, we had a very strong quarter, with US dollar revenue growth of 96.5%. So we continue to execute and gain traction in Continental Europe. As we mentioned on the last call, Continental Europe business did quite well even during the initial COVID-19 stages which shook Europe earlier than say, US and Canada. We did see more slow down later in the quarter, but it really did outperform. Our UK posted, US dollar growth of 26.4%, which is lower than recent quarters, but still good results.

Our Latin America region was essentially flat in Q1, but that masks the 120% year-over-year growth in Mexico, which is our primary focus within LatAm. Mexico is now over 60% of the total LatAm revenue. This is direct revenue where we're selling to dealers and installers whereas the remainder of that LatAm revenues to various small distributors through the rest of the region is inherently more volatile. So continue to be really proud of our team in Mexico and a real affirmation of our direct get close to the customer approach is viable in many, many markets.

Overall, the gross margin improved 330 basis points compared to Q1 '19 to 36.3%, clearly our lower China mix during the quarter contributed to that increase in gross margin, as you would expect given the margin profile of the China business. Our EBITDA finished at $2.6 million for the quarter, which was down from $2.8 million in Q1 2019, while net income finished at $1.6 million or $0.06 a share, which was down from $1.9 million in Q1 '19.

We held our 2019 Dealer Conference in May of '19, while we held this year's conference in February. So the net cost of that was around $450,000. We had a record number of participants with well over 300 customers in attendance, which was up around 50% in terms of attendees from the prior year. And I don't believe we've ever grown that conference attendance 50% year-over-year in recent years anyway. So that was really nice and we're still planning to hold our 2021 conference. Barry will talk a bit more about this, but if you normalize for the conference since it was out of period comparatively and factor out the negative FX impact that we experienced from COVID, we posted strong growth in EBITDA and net income. So all in all, I was pretty happy with the Q1 performance, as I mentioned.

As you can imagine though Q1 feels like it was a really long time ago. Like other companies, we had to quickly shift our focus to managing through the crisis created by and uncertainty created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our response really centered around four main objectives. First, ensure the safety of our team; second, ensure we can continue to operate and serve our customers; third, we want to maximize liquidity given the immense uncertainty and certainly that was a priority in the very early days where we've just really didn't know what we were dealing with; and then fourth, minimize the impact, the financial impact to our employees and our partners as much as possible. To that end, we took a very early position with our team that we were not anticipating any reduction in our workforce and we would adopt other shared sacrifice in a variety of ways before that was necessary, if it was necessary. We worked really hard to build the team we have to allow us to get to this point and I think we would all agree, we're not, certainly not over staffed in any area. So we've been able to live up to that commitment to our team and expect that to continue. And we certainly do not underestimate the cost of recruiting, training, and hiring a winning team. And I think some companies do, and it's a big mistake. So that was very important.

As I mentioned on our last call, we had performed a detailed review on supply chain risks, and this is really a suppliers of down to suppliers of suppliers of suppliers, just looking at the impact of really a global supply chain. Consistent with what we said last time, there is no disruption and really no impact to the supply chain and we do not expect any.

I know question on everyone's mind is, what will the overall impact of the COVID-19 pandemic be to us, in the future, and particularly in Q2. We won't be providing any overall guidance related to Q2 because there's just too much uncertainty and so unprecedented in many ways. However, we will tell you what we know so far. Our overall April revenue was down 21% versus April of last year. Our April US revenue was down 36%, which was significant, but less than we saw car sales decline for the US. Our DAP usage declined quite a bit less than 21%. So it suggests some deferred restocking and that perhaps there is better underlying -- better underlying demand performance than revenue alone indicates. And I think we wouldn't be too surprised if -- as the pandemic escalated in the US, that there was some deferred reordering by our customers. We've seen a definite pick up in order volume and customer service phone call metrics within the last 10 days or so. It's more of our customers are coming back online. So I would say, it certainly feels like we've turned a corner, China, obviously, which I mentioned and then US and Canada, Mexico and the UK of behind in their timing, but we expect them to follow a similar path.

We've also had some great wins on the sales side. Even when you're selling a product that will make your customer money or make them more successful they still have to make time to engage with you. And in the slowdown that we felt it really allowed our team to spend time with some key prospects and also significantly more time with various dealership accounts and dealership groups. When things are blowing and going at 100%, it's a lot harder to get that needed face time. So we're actually quite optimistic on our current customer pipeline, particularly with our dealership initiatives. I believe we will see the impact of that over the next two quarters.

And finally, we track our average daily installation revenue through our company-owned locations, principally in the US and Canada. And for me, so far, we're back around March daily averages. So it's too early to say whether that's back to trend or if it's addressing pent-up demand, but it's certainly a very positive departure from April. Significantly reduced average daily installation numbers and while that only represents our corporate-owned locations, there is nothing to expect fundamentally that our customers are faring any differently. Our training classes are opening back up next week, starting in the United States with enhanced safety protocols. And we have plenty of new interest from customers across our regions. We also have customers who we had to cancel as we close down training in March and April, who are looking to reschedule. So that's encouraging. We'll open -- we will reopen Europe next, followed by the UK, and then -- and then Mexico. So we're encouraged by that trend and continue to monitor that.

We can't know whether all these positive signs represent a return to the new normal. Our results, pent up demand, unfinished jobs or deliveries prior to the shutdowns, time will tell, but we're certainly feeling fairly optimistic at this point.

Finally, I'd be remiss if I didn't mention how proud I am of the attitude of our team during this uncertain time. We asked many on our team to help with our face shield project, where we've been supplying tens of thousands of face shields to meet some unmet demand for PPE. We are doing that in all the countries in which we operate. We also asked some on our team to work unusual shifts for social distancing, at significant disruption to their routine and personal lives, and really everyone delivered and delivered without complaint. Our attitude and dedication to providing outstanding service to our customers is what sets us apart and our team continues to rise to the occasion. So in light of the circumstances, I feel very good about where we are as a company and firmly believe that we will be even better coming out the other side of the COVID-19.

With that, I will turn it over to Barry and then we will take some questions. Barry, go ahead.

Barry Wood -- Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Thanks, Ryan and good morning everyone. As Ryan mentioned, Q1 2020 revenue grew 14.8% to $28.4 million, included in this amount is approximately $200,000 or so of revenue from customers participating in our annual Dealer Conference and also as Ryan mentioned that was out of period. In addition, we added approximately $250,000 revenue related to our February acquisition of Protex Center in Montreal. So if you normalize for those items, Q1 revenue would have grown right around 13%.

Q1 2020 product revenue increased 12.8% to $23.7 million. And in this category, paint protection film grew 7.1% to $19.8 million and our window film product line grew 68.6%. And this growth in window film is really consistent with some of the outstanding growth we saw in previous quarters, this product line grew 55% in 2019 on an annual basis and we were certainly off to a great start in 2020, pre COVID-19.

Our installation revenue, combining product and labor, increased 55.6% and represented 8.5% of our total revenue this quarter. This increase was due primarily to increased revenue from our OEM projects in Europe, the new revenue from our acquisition of Protex Center and of course the increased sales in our other company owned installation facilities.

Gross margin for the quarter grew 26.3% to $10.3 million and our gross margin percentage finished at 36.3% versus 33% in Q1 2019. This gross margin percentage was the highest in our history, but with lower China mix, it wasn't totally unexpected obviously. Our Q1 2020 SG&A expense grew 37.6% versus Q1 2019 and represented 27.5% of total revenue. Now including this, was approximately $670,000 of expenses related to our annual Dealer Conference, which was out of period. So if you normalize for that, SG&A expenses would have grown 25.6%, represented 25.1% of revenue.

Sales and marketing expenses grew 71% versus Q2 [Phonetic] 2019 to $2.7 million. Normalizing for the Dealer Conference cost there, sales and marketing would have grown 29%. And this normalized increase is due to our decision last year to increase our marketing spend by 90 basis points, part of which was our Indy car sponsorship. Q1 2020 general administrative expenses grew 24.3% versus Q1 2019 as we continue to support the growth needs of the business and we also picked up some increase SG&A with installation acquisition and Protex Center that have facilities, utilities and other support staff.

You will also note that we incurred approximately $416,000 in FX loss during the quarter. As you are likely aware, most of the functional currencies in our foreign locations weakened substantially during a period of intense FX volatility in the last week of March and response to the growing pandemic. Approximately $655,000 of this loss was realized based on the actual movement of cash in response to the pandemic, while the remainder was unrealized. Q1 2020 EBITDA decreased approximately $267,000 quarter-over-quarter to $2.6 million, reflecting an EBITDA margin of 9.1%. But if you normalize for the Dealer Conference and the FX loss, EBITDA would have grown 21.8% and EBITDA margin would have been right around 12.2%.

Q1 2020 net income declined 13.4% versus Q3 [Phonetic] 2019 $1.6 million and represented 5.7% of total revenue. EPS for the quarter was $0.06 per share. But again if you normalize for the Dealer Conference and the FX loss, net income would have grown 24.3% and represented 8.1% of revenue. EPS would have been $0.08 per share.

And as Ryan alluded to in his comments, one of our key objectives in response to the unprecedented and uncertainty related to COVID-19 was to maximize liquidity. To meet that objective, we took several steps. In March, we drew $6 million on our US line of credit, in April we drew CAD4 million on our Canadian line of credit, and this week, we closed on a $6 million three year term debt facility with the Bank San Antonio. We are also proactively taking advantage of government programs when eligible, in all jurisdictions where we operate. And most of these consist of deferrals of tax payments and/or our delays in transactional filing deadlines. We believe these measures provide liquidity to effectively accomplish our objectives in managing through the crisis and it also provides us some flexibility, should acquisition opportunities arise in the future.

So we're really on a war footing when it comes to this crisis. Unfortunately, the good news on the so far has been the business has continued to generate positive cash flow since the middle of March when the crisis ramped up as a result of our focus, disciplined in micro management of the details of our business that we implemented. We're still in a very uncertain time. And hopefully, the recent trends in our business that we are seeing our indicators that we are in fact coming out of this. So time will tell.

And with that operator, we'll turn the call over for questions.

Questions and Answers:


Thank you. [Operator Instructions] Our first question is from Jeff Van Sinderen from B. Riley FBR. Please proceed.

Jeff Van Sinderen -- B. Riley FBR -- Analyst

Good morning, everyone. Can you speak a little bit more about the sales progression you've seen in China in recent weeks during the reopening? And I guess what you anticipate in that region for Q2?

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, I think we've -- we've obviously been following it very closely, both -- China business is so important to us. And then just trying to understand, a, how that recovery could be a proxy for the rest of the world. And some of the things that we try to understand is the, is the return to normal there really slow and gradual or move a lot quicker, does it seem like it's sustainable or is it kind of trying to meet backlog demand and then Peter [Phonetic] out and really everything that we are seeing is that the recovery in China by all -- by all respects has happen quickly and it looks pretty deep and sustainable. And so as we're looking at forecasting out through the rest of Q2, all indications are that we're seeing real movement there. So for us, obviously we had a tremendous Q4 '19 with China. One, it was a great, great quarter based on the momentum last year, but then we pulled ahead, pulled ahead some of the sales from Q1, like we've talked about. Then we have Q1, which was down 55% really painful with China shutdown between the Lunar New Year and COVID, really shutdown for most of the quarter. So for Q2 now we're conceivably at a 100% plus growth year-over-year, which is -- which is really good, it's off of the low base in Q2 '19, but it's huge growth that way, it's huge sequential growth from Q1. It still puts us off of that peak that we had in Q4, but I think under the circumstances. We're really happy to be able to see that for Q2.

Jeff Van Sinderen -- B. Riley FBR -- Analyst

Okay, good. And then understanding you aren't providing guidance, but can you give us more color on what you're seeing in your business in North America in regions that have eased lockdown measures? And how you thinking about reopening for your business both in your own shops and are dealers are reopening, maybe just touch on COVID measures that you're taking in your own facilities and what your dealers are doing around COVID [Speech Overlap] progression?

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Sure. Yeah, it's been -- it's been really kind of mixed. And when you look at the different regions, if you were to compare even Canada to the US when Canada was in the depths of their lockdown, it was I would say implemented much more effectively much deeper and you felt it, whereas in the US, the level of activity is kind of have ebb and flowed and sort of bottom there in mid-April, but it was never as clean cut and never as sort of just shutting off the spigot entirely. And I think as I mentioned what we're seeing with our average daily revenue trend for our installation businesses, anecdotally we are -- we're hearing that echoed from a lot of our customers where it's not uncommon for -- we have customers this month that are, that are fully booked that would say they are operating in a normal way. Now, it does vary by geography. But I think there is more of that than maybe we would have expected. What we are doing and what we are helping to guide our customers to do is looking at things, obviously safety of our team. So this is temperature checks. These are masks and shields, disinfection procedures. And then also procedures around how do you ensure that the customers vehicles are disinfected as they come in and as they leave and we're trying to help our customers adopt best practices with that too and they all have the sort of the same -- the same concerns, but I think given our position is really understanding the that part of the business. Since we do it also, we're in a really good position to help them.

Jeff Van Sinderen -- B. Riley FBR -- Analyst

Okay, great. And then if I can just squeeze in one more, how are you thinking about perhaps evolving your acquisition strategy during this COVID period?

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, I think that's a very important question. And I think we are not looking at fundamentally pausing that or suspending that. I think it will, it will change. I think what we're going to find is that market by market even within North America or within another country, some of the dynamics are going to be different out of this. So it may change what we prioritize, it may change what we're willing to pay. I think it may increase the number of interested parties we have. I think companies of every size realize with something like this that is so unprecedented, how vulnerable really all companies are and particularly the smallest companies are just that much more vulnerable. And the prospect of business going to zero due to government mandate is really a frightening thing.

So I think it -- I think it really opens up a window as we plan to do as part of that strategy to get more engaged like we've been talking about and then obviously we did the last transaction in Canada earlier this year. I think it really gives us an opportunity to double down there, but I think there will be things different. I think the mix may shift, the economics may shift and we may be looking for different deals, but it's -- it's not going to slow us down at all. I don't think.

Jeff Van Sinderen -- B. Riley FBR -- Analyst

Okay, good to hear. Thanks for taking my questions and best of luck.

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. Great, thank you.


[Operator Instructions] Our next question is from Steve Dyer with Craig-Hallum. Please proceed.

Steve Dyer -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

Thanks, good morning guys. You've given a lot of great color about sort of what you've seen in China versus here. I know it's very, very early days here, some dealerships aren't even open, but I think typically back of the house has been open through some of this, are you able to sort of compare and contrast at all, sort of what you saw in China in terms of reopening to what you're seeing early days here, is one of them sort of responding better, bouncing back better?

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Well, the one main difference. I would say is, like some of the other countries the shutdown in China was certainly either more absolute or more effective. So China activity went zero for a period of time or close to, whereas in the US we really didn't see that. So I think that's going to be a key differences, you're not ramping off of the -- the same low because it just didn't get to that level, but I think so far and I'm really basing this on the past 10 business days or so in May, but we're seeing a lot of instances where things have ramped quite quickly. Now, it may be too soon to say that across the board, say within the US, but in pockets and with certain customers we've seen that and that you know resembles China to some extent.

Steve Dyer -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

Got it. That's great, Ryan. Thanks. In terms of Europe, I thought you really strong Q1 despite sort of being on the leading edge of the curve relative to us. What have you sort of seeing there in the second quarter so far?

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

You know, we have been off of our sort of peak rate that we saw in Q1. We saw some slowdown in Europe really very end of March and into April. Sort of like we saw in the US, but we're seeing that pick up really commensurate with sort of what we're seeing in the US and Canada now. So I don't -- I don't think that Europe is a situation where the impact of that would say fundamentally delayed and that's why we didn't see it more in Q1. I think it's just for us been a bit more muted compared to some other -- some other markets.

Steve Dyer -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

Sure. In Q2, would you anticipate just sort of the relative higher mix of China vis-a-vis sort of China is bouncing back and the US will probably have its worst quarter, would you anticipate any sort of material swing in gross margin on that or am I over thinking that?

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Well, I think we will see -- depending on what that mix is, we will see gross margin swing. I mean we're at Q1 36 plus percent. We are at the -- at the highest that we've ever been, if you go back and look at Q4 '19 where China was a much bigger percent of the mix we were significantly off from 36. So I think we're going to be closer to that range probably in Q2. If we see China really outperform relative to the rest of the world, which right now I think is our best guess, but the exact mix of that to be determined. So, yeah, I think from the Q1 run rate with gross margin, we'll see that decline substantially and sequentially into Q2.

Steve Dyer -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

Got it. And then lastly, just sort of a one-off the face shields. Is that something you anticipate doing for some time yet? And is there any sort of material contribution from that? That's it for me. Thanks guys.

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Sure. No, Steve. Thanks. Yeah, I think what we -- early on, we said how can we help and many of the raw materials used for face shields and other things were just in short supply and we said, well, we can create a face shield using raw materials that we have and it's going to be a premium, nicer, higher cost of construction product, but we have ample supply and it was a good way to really get our team rallied. And we're seeing that demand continue, and people think about PPE relative to medical facilities and whatnot, but I think what's but lost in that is that there are all sorts of businesses that need PPE that never needed it before, who are just trying to protect their workforce. So it's not, it's not material from a revenue sense it does allow us to keep inventory moving that sort of a just cash flow from that standpoint, is a nice side benefit, but we do intend to continue doing it as long as there is demand and then if that ends will stop doing it, but it's a good project and something we can help just a little bit with. So we're happy to do it.

Steve Dyer -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

Got it. Okay. Well done thanks guys.

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, Steve.


We have reached the end of our question-and-answer session. I would like to turn the call back over to management for closing remarks.

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, I want to just make one correction earlier I think Barry's stated that we had $665,000 of our FX losses realized. It is actually $265,000 out of the approximately $400,000 FX loss. So just so that's clear.

Thank you everybody for your time and we look forward to speaking with you next quarter. Thank you.


[Operator Closing Remarks]

Duration: 33 minutes

Call participants:

John Nesbett -- IMS, Founder and President

Ryan Pape -- Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer

Barry Wood -- Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Jeff Van Sinderen -- B. Riley FBR -- Analyst

Steve Dyer -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

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