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SANM earnings call for the period ending April 3, 2021.

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Sanmina Corp (SANM -0.42%)
Q2 2021 Earnings Call
May 3, 2021, 5:00 p.m. ET


  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:


Good day, and thank you for standing by, and welcome to the Sanmina Corporation's Second Quarter Fiscal 2021 Earnings Conference Call. [Operator Instructions] Please be advised that today's conference is being recorded.

[Operator Instructions] I would now like to hand the conference over to your speaker for today, Ms. Paige Melching, Senior Vice President of Investor Communications.

Thank you. Please go ahead, ma'am.

Paige Melching -- Senior Vice President, Investor Communications

Thank you, Katherine. Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to Sanmina's second quarter fiscal 2021 earnings call. A copy of our press release and slides for today's discussion are available on our website at in the Investor Relations section.

Joining me on today's call is Jure Sola, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Good afternoon.

Paige Melching -- Senior Vice President, Investor Communications

And Kurt Adzema, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

Kurt Adzema -- Chief Financial Officer

Good afternoon.

Paige Melching -- Senior Vice President, Investor Communications

Before we begin our prepared remarks, let me remind everyone that today's call is being webcasted and recorded, and will be available on our website. You can follow along with our prepared remarks in the slides provided on our website.

Please turn to Slide 3 of our presentation or the press release safe harbor statement. During this conference call, we may make projections or other forward-looking statements regarding future events or the future financial performance of the Company. We caution you that such statements are just projections. The Company's actual results could differ materially from those projected in these statements as a result of a number of factors set forth in the Company's annual and quarterly reports filed with Securities and Exchange Commission.

The Company is under no obligation to, and expressly disclaims any such obligation to, update or alter any of the forward-looking statements made in the earnings release, the earnings presentation, the conference call, or the Investor Relations section of our website, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, unless otherwise required by law.

Included in our press release and slides issued today, we have provided you with statements of operations for the quarter ended April 3rd, 2021, on a GAAP basis, as well as certain non-GAAP financial information. A reconciliation between the GAAP and non-GAAP financial information is also provided in the press release and slides posted on our website.

In general, our non-GAAP information excludes restructuring costs, acquisition and integration costs, non-cash stock-based compensation expense, amortization expense and other unusual or infrequent items. Any comments we make on this call as it relates to the income statement measures will be directed at our non-GAAP financial information.

Accordingly, unless otherwise stated in this conference call, when we refer to gross profit, gross margin, operating income, operating margin, taxes, net income and earnings per share, we are referring to our non-GAAP information.

I'd now like to turn the call over to Jure Sola.

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, Paige. Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome. Again, thank you all for being here with us today.

I'd like to make a few comments, but first, I would like to say that I'm very proud of our leadership team and our employees for managing through challenges around COVID and material shortages. Despite these challenges, Sanmina's team delivered strong results for the second quarter fiscal year 2021. Definitely, this was a great team effort, and most importantly, we were able to meet the needs of our customers.

For agenda, we have is that the Kurt will review the details of our financial results for you, I will follow with additional comments about Sanmina's result and future goals, then Kurt and I will open for questions-and-answers.

And now, I'd like to turn this call over to Kurt. Kurt?

Kurt Adzema -- Chief Financial Officer

Thanks, Jure. Please turn to Slide 5. In the second quarter, our team did an excellent job of managing through the challenges related to the supply chain constraints and COVID, as well as the typical seasonality leading to strong financial results. Q2 revenue of $1.7 billion met the midpoint of our outlook of $1.65 to $1.75 billion.

Q2 non-GAAP gross margin improved to 8.6%, primarily due to a favorable mix in the CPS segment. Q2 non-GAAP operating margin at 5% was consistent with the prior quarter, despite lower revenues due to strong gross margins. Finally, Q2 non-GAAP fully diluted earnings per share of $1.01 exceeded our outlook of $0.76 to $0.86, primarily, as the result of the favorable mix in the CPS segment and management's focus on driving efficiencies.

Please turn to Slide 6. This slide shows the quarterly trends of our financial results. You can see the excellent job our team did managing through the challenges related to the supply chain and COVID. Non-GAAP gross margins have now exceeded 8% for the last four consecutive quarters. Non-GAAP operating margins have been 5% or greater for the last three consecutive quarters. And finally, non-GAAP fully diluted earnings per share has exceeded $1 for the last three quarters.

If you'd now please turn to Slide 7. Here you will see our IMS revenue was $1.37 billion. The decline in revenue was due to the impact of the typical seasonality and supply chain constraints. Non-GAAP gross margin for IMS declined to 6.9%. This was due to the lower revenue level as well as a less favorable mix.

Components, Products and Services revenue grew to $361 million from $319 million in the prior quarter. Non-GAAP gross margin for CPS improved to 14.2%, primarily due to the higher revenue level and favorable mix. Again, overall non-GAAP gross margin for the quarter improved to 8.6%.

Please now turn to Slide 8. Let's talk about the balance sheet. Our balance sheet remains strong. Cash and cash equivalents increased by $59 million to $575 million at the end of the quarter. We continue to maintain a low debt to cash ratio of 0.6. Between cash and availability under our revolver, we have approximately $1.3 billion of liquidity.

We generated $81 million of cash from operations in Q2, and have generated $143 million year-to-date. Free cash flow for the quarter was $67 million, and we've generated $117 million quarter-to-date. Net capital expenditures were $14 million compared to depreciation of $27 million. Overall, our balance sheet gives us the flexibility to support our long-term objectives.

Please now turn to Slide 9. Here you will see our balance sheet metrics continue to be strong. Inventory was down approximately $34 million. Our team continues to do an excellent job focusing on inventory management, which continues to be challenging given the uncertainty around the supply chain and COVID. Cash cycle days were 58.2. Non-GAAP pre-tax return on invested capital was 27.6%. We believe this high rate reflects our focus on operational efficiency of the business.

Finally, please turn to Slide 11, we'll talk a little bit about the outlook. We expect Q3 revenue to grow and to be in the range of $1.675 billion to $1.775 billion. Overall, customer demand is expected to be stronger, but there is uncertainty related to the supply chain constraints and COVID. We expect non-GAAP gross margin will be in the range of 7.8% to 8.4%. We expect non-GAAP operating expenses to be within the range of $59 million to $61 million, and non-GAAP operating margin to be in the range of 4.4% to 5%.

We expect non-GAAP other expenses to be approximately $6 million and our non-GAAP tax rate to be about 18.5%. We expect non-GAAP fully diluted share count to be about 67.5 million shares. When you consider all this guidance, our outlook for non-GAAP diluted earnings per share for the quarter is in the range of $0.84 to $0.94. We expect capital expenditures to be around $20 million and depreciation and amortization to be around $27 million.

Demand is expected to be stronger, however, there is currently a lot of uncertainty related to the supply chain constraints and COVID. I'm confident that our team, working closely with our customers, will navigate well through this challenge and that the Company is well-positioned to benefit from the ultimate economic recovery.

I'll now turn the call back to Jure.

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, Kurt. Ladies and gentlemen, let me tell you more about the business environment for the second quarter and outlook for the third quarter and the rest of the calendar year.

As you heard from Kurt, Sanmina delivered strong financial results for the second quarter. Our performance is -- in this quarter is a testament that hard work is paying off. Key drivers in this quarter were, we had a stable demand and was a broad-based end-market demand. We had a favorable business mix driven by growth in Components, Products and Services, we have great operational execution as we are continuing to drive efficiencies.

I think our supply chain did an excellent job. I would say, management executed well in this despite some of these supply challenges that we are still wrestling with. And excellent cash management, we delivered strong cash flow.

Sanmina is executing well in this dynamic environment. During the second quarter, we expanded and grew our leadership with our strategic customers in the key markets that we serve. In summary, we are building for a better future.

Please turn to Slide 13. Now, let me tell you more about second quarter revenue by end-markets. We had stable demand but material shortages impacted revenue by approximately $50 million to $75 million this quarter. Our top 10 customers were 53.6% of our revenue. Communication networks and cloud infrastructure was 42% of our revenue; and industrial, medical, defense and automotive markets were 58%.

Overall, revenue was down slightly about 3% comparing to the first quarter of our fiscal year '21, mainly driven by material shortages and some seasonality. And I also can tell you that the book-to-bill for the quarter was strong, over 1.1.

Please turn to Slide 14. Let me give you few more comments on the third quarter and market's outlook. Overall, we are seeing improvements in demand to continue. For the third quarter, today we're seeing relatively stronger demand. We're forecasting that approximately 60% of our revenue will be from industrial, medical, defense and automotive markets; and 40% in communication networks and cloud infrastructure markets.

For industrial, we're forecasting overall good demand with upside potential. For medical, we are seeing some slower demand for Q3, but we see pickup in the second half of calendar year. For defense, continuing to have strong demand and we are winning long-term projects. So I can tell you that backlog just continues to grow in this segment.

Automotive, we're starting to see stable demand and improving. For communication networks, which includes networking, advanced optical systems, IP routing, 5G mobile networks; overall, in this segment, we are seeing stronger demand going forward. For cloud computing, high-end computing and storage, we are starting to see nice positive improvements.

While there are still challenges around supply chain and COVID, we are very focused on continuous improvements as we talked about both in presentation and Kurt's, we have a lot of opportunities in this market. The key drivers for margin improvements going forward are; continuing to drive efficiency and continue to improve the mix of the business, and number three is to drive profitable growth.

I can also tell you that the pipeline remains healthy and visibility is improving. Based on our present customer forecast and pipeline of the growth opportunities, we feel that -- we feel very positive about the rest of the calendar year 2021. The goal is to deliver solid financial metrics for the rest of the calendar year of 2021, and we are positioning Sanmina for the better future.

Please turn to Slide 15. Let me tell you more about management priorities for fiscal year '21 and beyond. The key to our success is delivering competitive advantage for our customers, and we do that by providing industry-leading end-to-end technology solutions. We're continuing to differentiate our industry-leading capabilities. We continue to build on our strong customer partnerships, and we are expanding into new customer partnerships by partnering with the market leaders.

Management is focused on driving profitable growth and I believe that we're well-positioned as market recovers. As I mentioned, pipeline is strong. We expect to see a nice growth in the next one to two years. Short-term, our focus is on supply chain and logistics. We are experiencing material shortages across all electronics components.

We have strong supply chain, a supply chain group, we have one global IT systems. Based on our structure we believe we have right capabilities to be able to communicate with all our key suppliers and customer around the world instantly. But more important, I believe we have the right management team that will be able to manage through this and deliver the right results.

So, back to financial metrics. We're driving sustainable financial metrics by improving profitability, and I still believe there is a lot of room for margin improvements. With all this, our job is to unlock the total value of Sanmina's capabilities by maximizing operating leverage of each business group, what I call, internally back to basics. And I believe that the strong and consistent financial results would deliver industry-leading shareholders value.

Please turn to Slide 16. In summary, as you heard already, we delivered respectable results for the second quarter. Revenue $1.7 billion at midpoint of our outlook; non-GAAP operating margin of 5% exceeding outlook; non-GAAP diluted EPS of $1.01 exceeded outlook; strong free cash flow of $67 million; and non-GAAP pre-tax ROIC of 27.6%. So, for the third quarter, as I mentioned, we have strong demand. The key for the third quarter is to continue to manage supply chain and work around COVID daily challenges.

As a management, we remain focused on financial metrics because we still believe there is a lot of leverage in Sanmina's business model. So, for revenue outlook, as Kurt mentioned, we are planning to deliver $1.67 billion to $1.775 billion, and non-GAAP diluted earnings per share outlook of $0.84 to $0.94. So in summary, overall, we feel good about our future.

So, ladies and gentlemen, now I would like to thank you all for your time and support. Operator, we're now ready to open the lines for questions and answers. Thank you again.

Questions and Answers:


Yes sir. [Operator Instructions] Your first question comes from the line of Ruplu Bhattacharya with Bank of America.

Ruplu Bhattacharya -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Hi, thanks for taking my questions. Jure, during the prepared remarks, you said that visibility has improved. I was wondering if you can give us your thoughts on the second half of the fiscal year versus the first half. Do you think the second half can be stronger in terms of revenue than the first half?

And then when we look at the full year fiscal '21, do you think you can grow revenues this year? I mean, can we -- you know, do you think low-single-digit year-on-year growth is possible? So just any thoughts you have on the second half and full year revenue outlook, just puts and takes, what are you seeing?

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Well, Ruplu, first of all, definitely, as I mentioned, the visibility is improving. Right now, our biggest challenge is around the materials. It's not about the demand. I think if we can get all the materials, definitely we can see the growth year-over-year in, like you say, small percentages.

As we look at the calendar year, for us, that will be the first quarter of 2022. Again, it's all about materials. Demand is there what we've seen today. The good thing about customer base that we have Ruplu, is that they are planning ahead more now than I've seen for a long time. So we have visibility, in some cases, as much as four quarters out.

So, as I said, it's all about managing the material. We have a good team in place, both in purchasing and operations and planning. As I said, we have a -- I think one of the best IT systems in the world. We're globally connected. We see -- we can look at everything what's going on real-time. So we believe that we have the right systems in place to be able to get through this thing. But only way we're going to get through this is really working very close to -- with our customers and the key suppliers. So I'm very optimistic, but a lot of work left.

Ruplu Bhattacharya -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Yeah. No, that makes sense. Thanks for the details on that. Jure, can you also drill down a bit into the communications end market? What are you seeing in optical versus networking versus wireless, any details you can give us on that end market?

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Well, first of all, let me make a comment on 5G mobile networks, you know, that's starting to pick up nicely as we thought that it will starting in the third and fourth quarter and the rest of the year. So that's moving in the right direction.

Our networking, as I said, the networking, our optical, which is -- lot of it is driven with our advanced optical systems and optical module. That part of the business is very healthy. Our customer has given us an upside. Now it's just filling the orders up, to be honest with you. So especially short-term, lot of demand in that markets.

Ruplu Bhattacharya -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Got it. I also had a couple of questions for Kurt, if I can. The gross margins in CPS, the Components, Products and Services, improved a healthy 200 bps sequentially. Can you just drill a little bit into that? What drove that? Were there any one times? And do you think that level of margin is sustainable going forward?

Kurt Adzema -- Chief Financial Officer

Sure, Ruplu. So, I think, obviously, the biggest contributor was the growth. So, we grew on a revenue perspective, basically over 10% quarter-over-quarter going from $319 million to $361 million. So that's the biggest part. And then obviously, inside of CPS, I think the products that we were selling there were some of our better products, so we did have a favorable mix. So I think it's a combination of those two, but certainly, volume or revenue level always helps.

In terms of what's achievable in the long term, I mean, we're continuing to -- as Jure talked about, we're continuing to drive efficiencies. There is going to be ups and downs in quarters depending on revenue level and mix, but we're not satisfied and we'll continue to drive operational efficiencies. And certainly, as that business grows, that revenue growth will help us continue to improve margins over time.

Ruplu Bhattacharya -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Got it. And for the last one, Kurt, if I can ask you, can you give us your priorities for cash in this environment? I mean, how would you balance reducing any more debt or taking on debt to do acquisitions, share buyback? So any thoughts on uses of cash? Thank you.

Kurt Adzema -- Chief Financial Officer

Sure, absolutely. So, our first priority is always investing in the business. And we have plenty of opportunities with our customers and looking at how we can expand those relationships and investing capital to serve our customers' needs. So that's always priority number one. Again, as you've seen, our cash continues to increase and so we've been able to lower our leverage, so we'll continue to do that.

In terms of M&A, we have a pretty high hurdle. We'll continue to opportunistically look at that. And certainly, if the right deal came along, we're going to look at that. But our priority is really focused on organic growth at this point. But we don't rule anything out.

Ruplu Bhattacharya -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Okay, great. Thanks for all the details. Appreciate the color on everything. Thank you.

Kurt Adzema -- Chief Financial Officer

Thanks, Ruplu.


Your next question comes from the line of Jim Suva with Citigroup Investment.

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Hello, Jim.

Jim Suva -- Citigroup Global Markets Inc. -- Analyst

Thank you for -- hello, and thank you so much for the details. You know, it's been a tough year or two for the entire world and Sanmina and your customers, suppliers and employees. As you look back, whether it'd component shortages now or previously airplane shipping shortages, and before that, shortages due to geopolitical sourcing and assembly and even COVID. Is there a view that maybe footprints need to be changed or maybe the answer is working capital?

I'm wondering if there is a need to hold more chips now more than ever to meet demand because it seems like the demand is there. So any strategic views of, is that kind of best use of working capital and should we kind of think about days of inventory kind of permanently changing? Would that be kind of prudent or maybe some other priorities?

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. Jim, those are all great questions. And I'm not saying that because just to make you feel good, but they are great questions that we wrestle every day with.

First of all, yes, you're right, these were challenging year for a lot of different reasons. But I will say, this pandemic was probably a biggest challenge to all management around the world, and it was the biggest challenge to Sanmina's management. But we also learned a lot. We learned a lot how to maybe look at things differently, and we're able to tune things up and we got a lot of great ideas from our people around the world that made us a better company today. And we had to tighten things up to be able to get through this environment. Yeah, you're right, material, logistics, I mean, both of those are still challenges.

Back to your question regarding that global structure. Yeah, the worlds are different today than they were 10, 20 years ago. I think they will be different in next five years. So we are -- we tuned it up pretty well, in Sanmina case. I think we have a very lean structure today around the world. So we don't need to do anything crazy. It's really more tuning up.

If I look at our structure today, it's really more going to be driven by the growth. As the growth comes back, we're going to be adding more capacity around the world, but not too much space-wise, but just adding more capabilities to be able to meet our customers' demand.

Back to the working capital, I mean, as you know, you've been in this business a long time, we all hate extra inventory. Our customers hate it. We hate it. We can't afford to have too much. What we like to have is perfect supply chain, always on time, never too much with no shortages. Those days are gone.

So all those things, yeah, we're definitely looking into -- actually, we're talking to our customers right now to, maybe in some cases, we have to make a bigger commitment to suppliers so that we have the components, not just for the third quarter and fourth quarter, but three quarters from now, four quarters from now.

And I can tell you, they are our key customers, I call them partners, are working with us on that. And in our model, Jim, as you know, that has to be covered by our customers. We can't take a risk carrying on extra chips, for example, unless they are 100% guaranteed by our customers. So we are working on all these things. Definitely, there is going to be a lot of more focus on, as I said in my prepared statement, on the supply chain. And definitely, if we can get all the material we needed, we can ship lot more today.

So, these are good headaches to have. Definitely, environment is changing for positive and I'm hoping this economy is going to continue to improve. And I believe if it does, I think we'll do fine. So I hope, I answered your question. But it's hard to really answer all those details that you asked.

Jim Suva -- Citigroup Global Markets Inc. -- Analyst

Yes, it was.

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

[Speech Overlap] every minute.

Jim Suva -- Citigroup Global Markets Inc. -- Analyst

Thank you so much for the details and clarifications.

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, Jim.


[Operator Instructions] We do have a question from the line of Christian Schwab with Craig-Hallum Capital Group.

Christian Schwab -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

Hey, congrats on the good execution, Jure and team.

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you. Thanks, Christian. We always leave you for the last because you know the best questions.

Christian Schwab -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

Wow, lots of pressure, I guess. So you talked about $50 million to $75 million impact in component shortages in the most recent quarter. What is the impact that you're guiding for in the most current quarter?

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Well, first of all, we already gave the guidance, and that's all calculated in that, and hopefully, what we plan, everything is going to be there. Yeah, definitely, we discount that and we'll see if we can get more materials. I think, then it will be easier to ship it. But yeah, that's all taken in consideration. And I'm not -- trying not to answer that directly, but really, right now, there is a lot of moving parts in the material.

We are definitely planning -- we have a lot more on the floor that we are planning to bring the material into what we are forecasting because certain things we know will move out, so we bring in everything else, and to be able to fill in once we get the right components in. So, fair amount of moving parts, but we feel confident, Christian that we'll be able to manage it and deliver in our guidance.

Christian Schwab -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

That's great. So a follow-up on that, Jure. Is there -- should we assume that there is a long shelf life to the type of products that are being impacted, meaning that we kind of lost out on shipping $50 million to $75 million, you saw due to component shortages. Should we assume these are long-life products, and this isn't forever lost revenue? It's revenue that happens as soon as the components can occur?

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

I wouldn't say this is specifically, what we couldn't ship last quarter, we will be shipping that this quarter. These are all custom-made products for infrastructure, as you know, we build all these mission-critical type of products that are needed. These are long-term programs, so I would say a majority of this stuff just does not disappear.

Christian Schwab -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

Great. That's what I'd expect. My last question has to do on operating margins. We have successfully navigated COVID and component supply shortages and operated at a 5% or greater operating margin. Can you kind of give us the puts and takes to why we're not kind of at those type of levels, the midpoint being below that?

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Could you repeat that question regarding -- I missed you there for a second.

Christian Schwab -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

No, I was just saying that you guys have operated at 5% operating margins for three quarters during COVID issues as well as supply chain issues. Now you're guiding a little bit below that at the midpoint. Is that favoritism given the environment or is there some type of mix change in the business that we should all be aware of?

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. So let me try, and then Kurt can take it over. First of all, we are still operating, and I hate to repeat myself, with lot of uncertainties around the COVID. As you know, right now, if you look at what's going on in India, what's going on in Southeast Asia, some of those countries, so we don't know what's going to happen with COVID.

So there is a lot of stop-and-go in those regions. So far we've been lucky. We've never been shut down. We kept our -- I think our management kept our people pretty safe and we hope to continue with that. But there is still risk in there.

I think we're trying to be real. Our goal, as both Kurt and I said it and maybe more me than even Kurt, I believe there is still room for improvement in the margin. We know there is, not everything is running perfectly. So I think it's all about mix of the business. I think if that comes in -- and the growth. If we get the growth and the mix, then margin will improve a lot faster. Kurt, anything else you want to add?

Kurt Adzema -- Chief Financial Officer

No. I echo that. I mean it comes down to -- given the uncertainty of the supply chain, it's hard to know what the revenue is, much less what the composition of the revenue is. And so, I think, from a gross margin perspective, obviously, we want to try to be conservative there, and then that obviously, goes down to the operating margin level. But certainly, our goal is to continue to provide consistent financial results quarter-to-quarter and we're going to do our best to do that again this quarter.

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer


Christian Schwab -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

Great. No other questions. Thank you, guys.

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Well, thanks, Christian. Well, ladies and gentlemen, that's all we have today. Hopefully, we answered some of your questions. If not all, please get back to us. Otherwise, we'll be talking to you in next, I guess, 90 days from now. So thank you very much for your support. Bye-bye.


[Operator Closing Remarks]

Duration: 35 minutes

Call participants:

Paige Melching -- Senior Vice President, Investor Communications

Jure Sola -- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Kurt Adzema -- Chief Financial Officer

Ruplu Bhattacharya -- Bank of America Merrill Lynch -- Analyst

Jim Suva -- Citigroup Global Markets Inc. -- Analyst

Christian Schwab -- Craig-Hallum -- Analyst

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