Lincoln’s New Organizational Structure and Operational Efficiency
To simplify organizational complexity and drive efficiencies, Lincoln Electric (LECO) is undergoing a transformation toward a new organizational structure.
Why Did Lincoln Electric’s Debt Surge 200% in 2015?
Lincoln Electric (LECO) has been successful in keeping a low debt-to-equity ratio. This shows the company is using less leverage and has a strong equity position.
What Is Helping Lincoln Electrics Post an Impressive ROIC??
Lincoln Electric (LECO) historically has been able to generate return on invested capital (or ROIC) in the mid-teens.
What Are the Major Risks Faced by Lincoln Electric?
The revival of global growth is of the utmost importance to Lincoln Electric. The company’s revenue declined by 1% in 2014 while it further deteriorated by 10% in 2015.
Volume, Raw Material Prices Impact Lincoln’s Harris Welding Segment
In fiscal 2015, Lincoln Electric’s (LECO) Harris Product Welding segment contributed approximately 10% to its total revenue, with 7% to its consolidated operating profit.
Why Lincoln Electric Is Known as the ‘Welding Expert’
Lincoln Electric (LECO) addresses consumers’ process issues with its know-how on equipment and consumables development.
How Has Cognex Performed Compared to Its Peers?
The Robo Global Robotics and Automation ETF (ROBO) invests 1.7% of its holdings in Cognex.
Cognex’s Income and EPS Rose in 3Q15
After the 3Q15 earnings report, Cognex rose by 1.1% to close at $38.00 per share on November 2, 2015.