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VREX Varex Imaging

Varex Imaging Corp. designs, manufactures, and sells x-ray imaging components. Its components include X-ray tubes, digital detectors and other image processing solutions that are key components of X-ray imaging systems. It operates through the Medical and Industrial segments. The Medical segment designs, manufactures, sells, and services X-ray imaging components for use in applications, including radiographic or fluoroscopic imaging, mammography, special procedures, computed tomography, radiation therapy, computer-aided detection, and industrial applications. The Industrial segment deals with products for use in the security and industrial inspection applications, such as airport security, cargo screening at ports and borders and nondestructive examination in a variety of applications. The company is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT.

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5 May 21
15 May 21
1 Oct 21
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Financial data from company earnings reports.

Cash burn rate (estimated) Burn method: Change in cash Burn method: Operating income/loss Burn method: FCF (opex + capex)
Last Q Avg 4Q Last Q Avg 4Q Last Q Avg 4Q
Cash on hand (at last report) 112.6M 112.6M 112.6M 112.6M 112.6M 112.6M
Cash burn (monthly) (positive/no burn) (positive/no burn) (positive/no burn) 4.03M (positive/no burn) (positive/no burn)
Cash used (since last report) n/a n/a n/a 5.82M n/a n/a
Cash remaining n/a n/a n/a 106.78M n/a n/a
Runway (months of cash) n/a n/a n/a 26.5 n/a n/a

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Date Owner Security Transaction Code Indirect 10b5-1 $Price #Shares $Value #Remaining
30 Apr 21 Kimberley E. Honeysett Common Stock Sell Dispose S No Yes 24 2,970 71.28K 3,363
2 Mar 21 Ruediger Naumann-etienne Common Stock Sell Dispose S No No 23.89 4,264 101.87K 24,572
18 Feb 21 Kevin Bruce Yankton Common Stock Sell Dispose S No Yes 22.66 956 21.66K 0
16 Feb 21 Andrew Hartmann NQSO Common Stock Grant Aquire A No No 25.06 28,195 706.57K 28,195
16 Feb 21 Andrew Hartmann RSU Common Stock Grant Aquire A No No 0 11,523 0 11,523

Data for the last complete 13F reporting period. To see the most recent changes to ownership, click the ownership history button above.

94.9% owned by funds/institutions
13F holders
Current Prev Q Change
Total holders 179 179
Opened positions 26 20 +30.0%
Closed positions 26 43 -39.5%
Increased positions 50 49 +2.0%
Reduced positions 49 62 -21.0%
13F shares
Current Prev Q Change
Total value 3.98B 451.84M +780.4%
Total shares 37.31M 35.6M +4.8%
Total puts 3K 247.2K -98.8%
Total calls 31.9K 70.2K -54.6%
Total put/call ratio 0.1 3.5 -97.3%
Largest owners
Shares Value Change
BLK Blackrock 6.5M $108.5M +4.4%
Vanguard 3.92M $65.37M +6.7%
WFC Wells Fargo & Co. 2.05M $34.13M -3.9%
JHG Janus Henderson 1.78M $29.63M +17.5%
STT State Street 1.69M $28.15M -17.0%
PZN Pzena Investment Management 1.62M $27.08M +0.1%
Alecta Pensionsforsakring, Omsesidigt 1.5M $23.08M 0.0%
Cooke & Bieler 1.44M $24.05M +2.4%
Dimensional Fund Advisors 1.31M $21.83M +1.1%
Sessa Capital IM 1.21M $20.26M NEW
Largest transactions
Shares Bought/sold Change
Sessa Capital IM 1.21M +1.21M NEW
Black Creek Investment Management 600K -587.33K -49.5%
Norges Bank 460.82K +460.82K NEW
Clearline Capital 383.72K +383.72K NEW
STT State Street 1.69M -346.8K -17.0%
BLK Blackrock 6.5M +274.3K +4.4%
JHG Janus Henderson 1.78M +264.29K +17.5%
Point72 Asset Management 254.64K +254.64K NEW
Punch & Associates Investment Management 125.68K -250.12K -66.6%
Vanguard 3.92M +246.97K +6.7%

Financial report summary

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Competition
Nano X Imaging
Risks
  • Our operations, cash flow, and financial position have been adversely affected, and in the future could continue to be adversely impacted, by the COVID-19 pandemic and associated economic disruptions.
  • Varex sells its products and services to a limited number of OEM customers, many of which are also its competitors, and a reduction in or loss of business of one or more of these customers may materially reduce its sales.
  • Varex may not be able to accurately predict the demand for its products by its customers.
  • Varex competes in highly competitive markets, and it may lose business to its customers or other companies with greater resources or the ability to develop more effective technologies, or it could be forced to reduce its prices.
  • Varex’s success depends on the successful development, introduction, and commercialization of new generations of products and enhancements to or simplifications of existing product lines.
  • More than half of Varex’s revenues are generated from customers located outside the United States, and economic, political, and other risks associated with international sales and operations could materially and adversely affect Varex’s sales or make them less predictable.
  • Varex may face additional risks from the acquisition or development of new lines of business.
  • Varex may be unable to complete future acquisitions or realize expected benefits from acquisitions of or investments in new businesses, products, or technologies, which could harm Varex’s business.
  • Warranty claims may materially and adversely affect Varex’s business.
  • Product defects or misuse may result in material product liability or professional errors and omissions claims, litigation, investigation by regulatory authorities, or product recalls that could harm Varex’s future revenues and require it to pay material uninsured claims.
  • Varex’s business may suffer if it is not able to hire and retain qualified personnel.
  • A disruption at Varex’s manufacturing facilities, as well as fluctuating manufacturing costs, could materially and adversely affect its business.
  • Varex’s results have been and may continue to be affected by continuing worldwide economic instability, including changes in foreign currency exchange rates and fluctuations in the price of crude oil and other commodities.
  • Supply chain disruptions, including the loss of a supplier, and any inability to obtain supplies of important components could restrict Varex’s ability to manufacture products, cause delays in its ability to deliver products, or significantly increase its costs.
  • A shortage or change in source of, or increase in price of, raw materials could restrict Varex’s ability to manufacture products, cause delays, or significantly increase its cost of goods.
  • If Varex is not able to match its manufacturing capacity with demand for its products, its financial results may suffer.
  • Delivery schedules for Varex’s security, industrial, and inspection products tend to be unpredictable.
  • Varex’s international manufacturing operations subject it to volatility and other risks, including high security risks, which could result in harm to its employees and contractors or substantial costs.
  • Varex’s operations are vulnerable to interruption or loss due to natural or other disasters, power loss, strikes, and other events beyond its control.
  • Varex’s competitive position would be harmed if it is not able to maintain its intellectual property rights and protecting Varex’s intellectual property can be costly.
  • Third parties may claim that Varex is infringing upon their intellectual property, and Varex could suffer significant litigation or licensing expenses or be prevented from selling its products.
  • Disruption of critical information systems or material breaches in the security of Varex’s systems may materially and adversely affect its business and customer relations.
  • Changes in import/export regulatory regimes and tariffs could continue to negatively impact our business.
  • Compliance with foreign laws and regulations applicable to the marketing, manufacture, and distribution of Varex’s products may be costly, and failure to comply may result in significant penalties and other harm to Varex’s business.
  • Varex sells certain X-ray tube products as replacements which are subject to medical device certification and product registration laws and regulations, which vary by country and are subject to change, and Varex may be unable to receive registration approval or renewal of existing registrations if it fails to meet regulatory approval requirements or if the approval process becomes commercially infeasible or impractical.
  • Existing and future healthcare reforms, including the Affordable Care Act and changes to reimbursement rates, may indirectly have a material adverse effect on Varex’s business and results of operations.
  • Varex is subject to federal, state, and foreign laws governing its business practices which, if violated, could result in substantial penalties. Additionally, challenges to or investigations into Varex’s practices could cause adverse publicity and be costly to respond to and thus could harm its business.
  • Certain of Varex’s products are subject to regulations relating to use of radioactive material, compliance with which may be costly, and a failure to comply therewith may materially and adversely affect Varex’s business.
  • If Varex is unable to obtain required FDA clearances or approvals for a product or is unduly delayed in doing so, or the uses of that product were limited, Varex’s business could suffer.
  • Unfavorable results of legal proceedings could materially and adversely affect Varex’s financial results.
  • New accounting pronouncements or changes in interpretation or application of generally accepted accounting principles may materially and adversely affect Varex’s operating results.
  • Environmental laws impose compliance costs on Varex’s business and may also result in liability.
  • Fulfilling obligations incidental to being a public company place significant demands on Varex’s management, administrative, and operational resources, including accounting and information technology resources.
  • Varex identified material weaknesses in its internal control over financial reporting which, if not remediated appropriately or timely, could result in loss of investor confidence and adversely impact our stock price.
  • Varex has significant debt obligations that could adversely affect its business, profitability and ability to meet its obligations.
  • Despite our substantial indebtedness, we may still be able to incur significantly more debt. This could intensify the risks described above.
  • The ABL Facility and the indenture governing our Senior Secured Notes impose significant operating and financial restrictions that may limit our current and future operating flexibility, particularly our ability to respond to changes in the economy or our industry or to take certain actions, which could harm our long term interests and may limit our ability to make payments on the notes.
  • Our ability to continue to have the necessary liquidity to operate our business may be adversely impacted by a number of factors, including uncertain conditions in the credit and financial markets, which could limit the availability and increase the cost of financing. A deterioration of our results of operations and cash flow resulting from decreases in consumer spending, could, among other things, impact our ability to comply with the fixed charge coverage ratio contained in our ABL Facility.
  • We may not be able to generate sufficient cash to service all of our indebtedness, and may be forced to take other actions to satisfy our obligations under our indebtedness, which may not be successful.
  • Our credit rating and ability to access well-functioning capital markets are important to our ability to secure future debt financing on acceptable terms. Our credit ratings may not reflect all risks associated with an investment in our secured notes.
  • Varex entered into certain hedging positions that may affect the value of the Convertible Notes and the volatility and value of Varex’s common stock.
  • The trading price of Varex’s common stock may decline or fluctuate significantly and fluctuations in Varex’s operating results, including quarterly revenues, and margins, may cause its stock price to be volatile, which could cause losses for its stockholders.
  • Conversion of the Convertible Notes may dilute the ownership interest of Varex’s stockholders or may otherwise depress the market price of Varex’s common stock.
  • The conditional conversion feature of the Convertible Notes, if triggered, may adversely affect our financial condition and operating results.
  • Certain provisions in Varex’s Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation, its Amended and Restated Bylaws, its Indenture, and of Delaware law, may prevent or delay an acquisition of Varex, which could decrease the trading price of Varex’s common stock.
  • Liabilities related to Varex’s operations when it was part of Varian, or liabilities associated with its spin-off from Varian, could materially and adversely affect Varex’s business, financial condition, results of operations, and cash flows.
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