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Title: Gerdau Group


1
Gerdau Group
UBS Sixth Annual CEO Conference
Rio de Janeiro, March 7-8, 2005
2
Steel Sector Gerdau S.A. Consolidated Consolida
ted Figures Capital Markets
All data presented in R and metric tons, except
when indicated
3
World Output Crude Steel
In million tons
The world production of crude steel surpassed
the mark of 1 billion tons in 2004, an increase
of 8.9 over the previous year. The growth
average has been 4.6 year over year if China
was not included.
3
Source IISI
4
World Top Producers Crude Steel
In million tons
Mittal Steel (Ispat, LNM and ISG) will be the
biggest world steel company with 60 million tons
of installed capacity.
After the investment program in Brazil is
completed, Gerdau will have an installed capacity
of 21 million tons of crude steel per year.
4
Source Metal Bulletin
5
Steel Sector Gerdau S.A. Consolidated Consolida
ted Figures Capital Markets
6
Units Distribution
  • NORTH AMERICA
  • 14 mills and 1 strategic shareholding (Gallatin
    Steel)
  • 29 fabrication shops
  • 13 downstream operations and special sections
  • BRAZIL
  • 10 mills
  • 11 fabrication shops
  • 8 downstream operations and special sections
  • 75 sales points (Comercial Gerdau) and flat steel
    service centers
  • SOUTH AMERICA
  • 2 mills and 1 strategic shareholding (Sipar)
  • 4 fabrication shops
  • 4 sales points

6
7
Installed Capacity December 2004
In thousand tons
7
8
Output Evolution
  • Utilization rate
  • Brazil 96.2
  • Abroad 83.9
  • Utilization rate
  • Brazil 91.7
  • Abroad 83.7

8
9
Shipments
In thousand tons
74 increase in sales in the last 5 years
12,560
12,144
9,151
7,213
7,394
9
10
Exports
2003
2004
EXPORTS 2004
  • Shipments from Brazil reached 2.7 million tons
    in 2004
  • Revenues generated by exports reached US 1.1
    billion in 2004
  • Average price 57.9 greater than in 2003 (in US)

10
11
Financials
In R million
2003
2004
MAIN VARIATIONS (YoY)
  • NET SALES REVENUE 46.6
  • Better prices in the international market
  • Recovery of the domestic demand
  • Consolidation of the units acquired in 2004.
  • NET FINANCIAL EXPENSES -72.8
  • Increase in financial investments of the cash
  • generated in the period

OTHER OPERATING INCOME 1,153.3 - Favorable
outcome of a legal suite due to the
improper collection of PIS.
  • EQUITY PICK UP 14.7
  • FX variation over investments abroad
  • Fiscal incentives reserves
  • Goodwill amortization.

11
12
Results by Region 2004
12
13
Evolution of Results
NET REVENUE
EBITDA
GROSS MARGIN
EBITDA MARGIN
42.0
43.6
36.2
35.8
34.1
30.3
25.3
32.1
14.9
13.5
2.9
3.6
13
14
Indebtedness
COST OF DEBT (per annum) Brazil - Domestic
currency 15.2 Brazil Foreign currency
FX4.4 Companies abroad
7.2
2004
2003
In R million
HEDGE In R million Foreign currency debt
2,358 Swap operations
225 Exports 2,904 Cash in US 1,393 TOTAL
HEDGE 4,522
COVERAGE RATIO 1.9x
DEBT AVERAGE LIFE 4.1 years
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15
Capital Expenditures
In US million
Rolling mill start up in São Paulo Improvements
in Colombia
Melt shop start up in São Paulo Acquisition of
stakes in Colombia Improvements at
Piratini Improvements at Cosigua
North Star Assets (USA) Investments in São
Paulo Acquisition of stakes in Colombia
New blast furnace in Ouro Branco Improvements at
Brazilian mills New Specialty Steel mill in Rio
1,260
1,140
772
770
15
16
Main Investments Brazil
TOTAL INVESTMENT US 3.2 BILLION
Brazil Expansion US 1,620 mm Update US 750
mm
Abroad Update US 800 mm
INSTALLED CAPACITY
Brazil Crude Steel Current 7,580 k tons New
11,720 k tons
Consolidated Crude Steel Current 16,380 k
tons New 20,950 k tons
Brazil Rolled Products Current 4,730 k tons
New 6,610 k tons
Consolidated Rolled Products Current 12,970 k
tons New 15,490 k tons
DISBURSEMENT SCHEDULE
2005 US 1,140 mm 2006 US 1,260 mm 2007 US
770 mm
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Outlook
  • In general terms, the expectation is that 2005
    will be similar to 2004 both in
  • Brazil and abroad.
  • Increase in cost of coking coal and iron ore
    brings repercussions to the steel
  • products international prices.
  • In the short term there is a decline in scrap
    and pig iron prices.
  • In Brazil the trend is to see margins in the
    1Q05 at the same levels as those of
  • the 4Q04.
  • In the 1Q05, volumes in Brazil seasonally low,
    compensated by exports.
  • In Brazil GDP should grow around 4 leading to
    an increase in the demand
  • for steel products.
  • Investments in infrastructure in Brazil are
    expected to grow sharply in 2005.

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18
Steel Sector Gerdau S.A. Consolidated Consolida
ted Figures Capital Markets
19
Stock Performance
GGBR4 GERDAU S.A.
GOAU4 METALÚRGICA GERDAU S.A.
99
54
Ibovespa
Ibovespa
22
22
Market Cap US 5.1 bi
Market Cap US 1.9 bi
GGB GERDAU S.A. ADRs
GNA GERDAU AMERISTEEL CORP.
ADRs - Gerdau S.A.
71
68
Dow Jones
17
3
Market Cap US 2.0 bi
Market Cap US 5.1 bi
19
Source Economática/Bloomberg - Period
01.01.2004 to 02.17.2005 (Base 100).
20
Stock Liquidity Bovespa
GERDAU S.A. (GGBR4)
METALÚRGICA GERDAU S.A. (GOAU4)
GOAU4 240 trades US 2.5 mm
20
Source Economática
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