Bristow Group

Bristow Group is the leading provider of industrial aviation services offering exceptional transportation, search and rescue (SAR) and aircraft support services, including helicopter maintenance and training, to government and civil organizations worldwide. With headquarters in Houston, Texas, Bristow has major operations in the North Sea, Nigeria, the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, and in most of the other major offshore oil and gas producing regions of the world, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Russia and Trinidad. Bristow provides SAR services to the private sector in Australia, Canada, Guyana, Norway, Russia and Trinidad, and to the public sector for all of the UK on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. Bristow Academy Bristow owns and operates Bristow Academy, the world’s largest and most respected commercial helicopter training solutions provider in the world, with a global customer base that spans 120 countries. Bristow Academy offers a wide range of value-based helicopter flight and engineer training programs that are customized to meet the individual needs of government and civil organizations. Bristow History Bristow began building its oil and gas credentials before the first discovery in the North Sea, tracing its beginnings back to an adventurous businessman named Alan Bristow. The company’s long history started in 1955 with Bristow Helicopters Ltd. in the UK. In 1996, Offshore Logistics purchased a stake in Bristow Helicopters Ltd., and the company was rebranded as Bristow Group Inc. in 2006.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Houston, US
Founded
1955
Size (employees)
4,374 (est)-8%
Bristow Group was founded in 1955 and is headquartered in Houston, US

Bristow Group Office Locations

Bristow Group has offices in Houston, Lagos, New York, Perth and in 3 other locations
Houston, US (HQ)
2103 City W Blvd
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Bristow Group Data and Metrics

Bristow Group Financial Metrics

Bristow Group's revenue was reported to be $1.7 b in FY, 2016 which is a 8% decrease from the previous period.
USD

Net income (FY, 2017)

(176.9 m)

EBIT (FY, 2017)

(91.7 m)

Market capitalization (17-Aug-2017)

259.6 m

Cash (31-Mar-2017)

96.7 m
Bristow Group's current market capitalization is $259.6 m.
USDFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Revenue

1.7 b1.9 b1.7 b

Revenue growth, %

11%(8%)

Cost of goods sold

1 b1.2 b1.2 b

Gross profit

628 m683.7 m488 m

Gross profit Margin, %

38%37%28%

General and administrative expense

199.8 m254.2 m224.6 m195.4 m

Operating expense total

1.5 b1.7 b1.7 b1.5 b

EBIT

187 m145.9 m(40.8 m)(91.7 m)

EBIT margin, %

11%8%(2%)

Interest expense

(43.2 m)(29.4 m)(34.1 m)(49.9 m)

Pre tax profit

245 m111.5 m(79.2 m)

Income tax expense

57.2 m22.8 m(2.1 m)

Net Income

187.8 m88.7 m(77.1 m)(176.9 m)
USDFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Cash

204.3 m104.1 m104.3 m96.7 m

Inventories

137.5 m147.2 m142.5 m124.9 m

Current Assets

721.6 m637.9 m593.1 m507.9 m

Goodwill

56.7 m75.6 m30 m19.8 m

Total Assets

3.4 b3.2 b3.3 b3.1 b

Accounts Payable

89.8 m84.2 m97 m98.2 m

Current Liabilities

457.8 m435 m392.7 m416.4 m

Common Stock

373 k376 k377 k379 k

Additional Paid-in Capital

762.8 m781.8 m801.2 m810 m

Retained Earnings

1.2 b1.3 b1.2 b991.9 m
USDFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017

Net Income

187.8 m88.7 m(77.1 m)(176.9 m)

Depreciation and Amortization

96 m114.3 m136.8 m118.7 m

Accounts Receivable

3.6 m24.1 m46.6 m23.8 m

Inventories

12.8 m(21 m)(3.4 m)(2 m)

Accounts Payable

(5.2 m)(4.7 m)13.3 m15.1 m

Cash From Operating Activities

232.1 m253.2 m116 m10.7 m

Capital Expenditures

(628.6 m)(601.8 m)(372.4 m)(135.1 m)

Cash From Investing Activities

(266.3 m)(203.1 m)(316.8 m)(116.3 m)

Cash From Financing Activities

10.2 m(128.3 m)191.6 m107.5 m

Free Cash Flow

860.7 m855.1 m488.4 m(124.4 m)

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