Wedbush updated its estimates on Masonite International Corporation (NYSE:DOOR) for restructuring moves. The company announced on Dec 29 that it will incur one-time restructuring charges during Q4/22 that will result in incremental cost savings in future years. Masonite indicated in the Q3/22 conference call that it would be looking for cost-saving opportunities, especially in the Europe segment.
Management did not indicate in the release where the cost cuts were focused, and the analysts will look for more color on the Q4/22 conference call, presumably mid to late February 2023.
The analysts maintained their fiscal 2022 AEBITDA estimate of $456 million and lowered their 2022 GAAP EPS to $10.09 from $10.74. Their 2023/2024 AEBITDA moved to $481/$516 million which represents cost savings of approximately $15 million pretax in 2023 and $20 million pretax in 2024. The analysts maintained their Outperform rating and $115 price target on the company’s shares.