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Intermet Corp · 8-K · For 3/28/05 · EX-99.1

Filed On 3/28/05, 4:17pm ET   ·   Accession Number 950124-5-1930   ·   SEC File 0-13787

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 3/28/05  Intermet Corp                     8-K:7,9     3/28/05    2:347K                                   Bowne of Detroit...01/FA

Current Report   —   Form 8-K
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Document/Exhibit                   Description                      Pages   Size 

 1: 8-K         Current Report, Dated March 28, 2005                   5     16K 
 2: EX-99.1     Monthly Operating Reports of the Debtors             229    845K 


EX-99.1   —   Monthly Operating Reports of the Debtors

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EXHIBIT 99.1 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67597 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor INTERMET CORP. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts -------------------------------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- -------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries CASE # 04-67597 Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] INTERMET CORP(*) --------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 55,734 $ 278,500 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight 19,104 95,878 Wages - Hourly 8,748 44,859 Wages-Salary 2,601 13,860 Employee Benefits and Pension 6,078 31,771 Repairs & Maintenance 2,629 12,564 Supplies 2,637 14,188 Utilities 3,292 16,637 Purchased Components/Services 3,599 20,627 Income(loss) from Pattern Sales 309 490 Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) 476 353 MIS Expense 217 1,196 Travel & Entertainment 68 234 Other Variable Costs 1,373 8,751 Depreciation & Amortization 2,711 14,120 Other Allocated Fixed Costs 256 1,756 Other Fixed Costs 1,170 5,588 ----------- --------- Cost of Goods Sold 55,268 282,872 Gross Profit 466 (4,372) Plant SG&A Expense 138 672 SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) 2,060 18,401 Other Operating Expenses 60 196,362 ----------- --------- Total Operating Expenses 2,258 215,435 Operating Profit (1,792) (219,807) Outside Interest Income 10 394 Outside Interest (Expense) (1,535) (9,018) Intercompany Interest Income 2,358 3,456 Intercompany Interest (Expense) (2,360) (3,456) Charges (From) Affiliates (1,652) (7,905) Charges To Affiliates 1,723 8,246 Income/Loss From European Operations 483 3,112 Other Income/(Expense) (2,802) (5,572) ----------- --------- Total Non-Operating Expenses (3,775) (10,743) Income Before Income Taxes (5,567) (230,550) Income Tax Expense 182 (107) ----------- --------- Net Income ($ 5,749) ($ 230,443) =========== ========= (*) Intermet Corporate includes the consolidated results of Intermet Corporate and its domestic subsidiaries as well as the income
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric, Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 Other: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) ------- $ 2,060 ======= Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. [Download Table] Allocation: Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 ------ Total $2,060 ======
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] February January --------------- --------------- Case # 04-67597 Case # 04-67597 --------------- --------------- Intermet Intermet Corp (Note 1) Corp (Note 1) --------------- --------------- Cash And Equivalents $ 2,722 $ 3,850 Accounts Receivable 94,689 87,191 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables (5) (6) Inventories 51,050 48,367 Other Current Assets 11,011 11,530 ---------- --------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 159,467 150,932 Land and Buildings 113,968 113,956 Machinery & Equipment 409,445 415,087 Construction In Progress 4,620 4,671 ---------- --------- Total Fixed Assets 528,033 533,714 Accumulated Depreciation (333,615) (335,520) ---------- --------- NET FIXED ASSETS 194,418 198,194 Investment In Subsidiaries (2) (2) Investment In European Operations (Note #2) 95,152 93,160 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 0 Deterred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 661 661 Other Assets 21,404 21,571 ---------- --------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 471,100 $ 464,516 ========== ========= LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 11,056 $ 10,843 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 5,299 4,167 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 4,162 4,307 ---------- --------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 20,517 19,317 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 186,226 178,468 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 607 607 Accrued Tax - State (313) (313) Accrued Property Taxes 220 220 Accrued Workers Comp. 7,535 7,935 Accrued Payroll 2,854 2,907 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 0 ---------- --------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 10,903 11,356 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 63,841 64,138 Senior & IDR Bonds 177,000 177,000 ---------- --------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 240,841 241,138 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 36,752 34,464 Snort-Term intercompany Payables 1 1 Capital Leases 406 475 Retirement Benefits 83,677 83,310 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability (3,838) (3,838) Other Long-Term Liabilities 7,405 7,292 Long-Term Intercompany Payables (859) (775) 0 0 ---------- --------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 582,031 571,208 Common Stock 2,605 2,605 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 36,201 36,201 Retained Earnings - Prepetition 8,831 8,831 Retained Earnings - Post Petition (233,295) (227,064) Equity In European Operations 95,152 93,160 Accumulated Translation Adjustment 3,859 3,859 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment (24,093) (24,093) Unearned Restricted Stock (191) (191) ---------- --------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY (110,931) (106,692) ---------- --------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 471,100 $ 464,516 ========== ========= Note 1: The financial information contained in the operating statement and balance sheet in the monthly operating statement for Intermet Corporation represents the consolidation of all of its domestic subsidiaries that are debtors, other than Intermet Holding Company. Intermet Holding Company is a holding company of certain foreign subsidiaries and does not itself have any domestic operations. As a result, Intermet Holding Company's results are incorporated in the results of Intermet Corporation foreign subsidiaries. Note 2 The "Investment in European Operations" is net of $42,619 in February and $41,738 in January representing an intercompany liability of Intermet Corporation to our non-debtor European Operations. If this amount were to be reclassified as a separate Intercompany liability rather than a reduction in the amount of Intermet's investment in European Operations, it could be subject to cancellation or compromise. We are currently evaluating the treatment of this intercompany liability with our tax and other advisors in order to determine the ultimate effect of this intercompany liability, if any, upon the Debtors.
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 INTERMET CORPORATION CASE #04-67597 CORPORATE BOOKS ONLY - NO SUBS SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 ----------- ---------- ----------- ----------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State 0 0 0 0 Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld 0 0 0 0 Employers FICA 0 (138,545) 138,545 0 Unemployment Tax: Federal (0) (934) 934 (0) Unemployment Tax: State 0 0 0 0 All Other Payroll W/H (135,424) (36,433) 315,856 143,999 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise (3,257,262) (31,312) 3,834 (3,284,740) 2,281,446 0 0 2,281,446 Property Taxes (6,400) (1,600) 0 (8,000) Workers Compensation 0 0 0 0 ------------ ----------- ----------- ------------ Total ($ 1,117,640) ($ 208,824) $ 459,169 ($ 867,295) Wages and Salaries (1,972,014) (515,811) 3,835 (2,483,991) ------------ ----------- ----------- ------------ Grand Total ($ 3,089,654) ($ 724,636) $ 463,004 ($ 3,351,286) ============ =========== =========== ============ Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $1,432,693 $1,354,937 $ 77,756 Accounts Receivable N/A
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 Case # 04-67597 Intermet Corporation [Enlarge/Download Table] ACCOUNT TYPE CONCEN. CONCEN. CONCEN. DEPOSIT DEPOSITORY AP PR BENEFITS ACCOUNT # 1054530796 1851811305 1599333 5401086482 1096643 2770716377 2770716716 502756 BANK Stan. Fed. Comerica Bank One Stan. Fed. Bank One Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Bank One BEGINNING BANK BALANCE 2,399,551 638,852 227,651 - - - - - RECEIPTS 3,919,042 - - 4,666,153 39,669 - - - TRANSFERS IN 32,131,886 18,440,428 7,810,328 - - 1,380,632 579,984 - DIP INFLOW 24,161,111 - - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS (32,649,344) (907,723) (491,023) - - (1,380,632) (579,984) - A B C TRANSFERS OUT (16,602,734) (12,715,583) (6,905,934) (4,666,153) (39,669) - - - DIP REPAYMENT (12,709,182) (4,451,948) - - - - - - ----------- ----------- ---------- ---------- ------- ---------- -------- ---- ENDING BANK BALANCE 650,329 1,004,027 641,022 - - - - - ACCOUNT TYPE BENEFITS METLIFE CHECKING ENVIRONMENTAL RABBI TRUST SPECIAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNT # 611996 5402307564 1385313 400806.1 800558.1 5401197545 BANK Bank One Standard Federal Bank One Lasalle Stan. Fed. - Closed Stan. Fed. BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - 3,095,381 - - RECEIPTS - - - 4,453 495 - TRANSFERS IN 206,396 65,220 - - - - DIP INFLOW - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS (206,396) (65,220) - (4,084) (495) - TRANSFERS OUT - - - - - - DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - -------- ------- -- ------------ ---- -- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - 3,095,750.48 - - [Enlarge/Download Table] CORPORATE WIRES PAID FOR CORPORATE (INCLUDES CORPORATE PAYROLL OF $ 314,493) E 6,945,962 CORPORATE WIRES PAID ON BEHALF OF PLANTS 27,102,128 ------------ WIRES PAID BY CORPORATE D 34,048,090 CHECKS ISSUED E 1,454,344 ------------ TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $ 35,502,434 ============ OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 393,979 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 (409) CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 1,454,344 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (1,380,082) ------------ OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 467,832 ============ [Download Table] A 32,649,344 Standard Fed Concentration Disbursement B 907,723 Comerica Concentration Disbursement C 491,023 Bank One Concentration Disbursement ------------ D $ 34,048,090 Sum of E $ 8,400,306 REPESENTS TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS PERTAINING TO CORPORATE
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INTERMET CORPORATE CASE # 04-67597 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- ABC Coke $ 567,573.99 ABN Amro Bank of New York 10,207.30 A-COM PROTECTION SERVICES INC. 140.00 ADP, INC. 2,126.36 ADT SECURITY SERVICES INC. 1,191.62 AETNA U.S. HEALTHCARE 26,720.95 ALABAMA POWER 891.41 Alcan Aluminum Corporation 1,013,300.16 Alcast Company 86,161.50 Alcoa Aluminum 781,221.20 ALFE Heat Treating 192,651.73 Allied Mineral 4,689.47 Alter Trading 35,000.00 Aluar Aluminum 383,515.77 Aluminum Resources 79,435.96 AMERENIP 280,782.57 AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION 49.90 AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER 1,524.31 AMERIGAS-LYNCHBURG (MONROE) VA 629.28 AMG, INC. 1,400.00 AMTECH INTERNATIONAL GROUP, LTD 38,286.00 ANDREWS, THOMAS 7,875.75 ANX EBUSINESS 3,456.00 ARCET EQUIPMENT COMPANY 85.82 ARCH CONSULTING ASSOCIATES 750.00 ASCOM HASLER 715.50 ASPEN CONSULTING, INC. 245.00 AT&T 239.49 AVIALL 691.09 B & C TEN AIR 692.10 BANCORP SOUTH BANK 700.00 Bank of Nova Scotia 1,063,696.65 BEGLIN, JUSTIN 812.48 Behr Metals 300,000.00 BELLSOUTH 2,121.65 BELTS, ROBERT 24.25 Bent Tube Inc. 1,640.80 Bentonite Performance Minerals 53,620.00 BERNARD E. WALLACE, JR. 1,050.00 BERWYN GROUP, THE 9.50 BLANCHARD CONSULTING, INC. 1,900.00 Blue Cross Blue Shields 2,304,698.87 BLUECAT NETWORKS CORPORATION 4,394.55 BOWNE OF CHICAGO 36,435.00 BRUECHERT, PAUL 98.08 BRYANT'S TREE SERVICE 450.00 BSW, INC. 50.00 BUREAU OF NATIONAL 1,713.00 BURGE, CRAIG 240.01 C.P.C., INC. 31,297.00 CANOPUS ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP 1,850.00 CCMA 174,600.74
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INTERMET CORPORATE CASE # 04-67597 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- CFI Child Support 19,559.05 CFI Pre-petition check 270.18 CIGNA 1,074.00 CINTAS CORPORATION 87.45 CITY OF PULASKI 103,022.92 CITY OF RADFORD 14,795.10 CLIENT SERVICES-ECM 105.10 COCHRAN, JEFF 644.23 COM ED 83.75 Cometals 454,745.10 CONCENTRA MEDICAL CENTERS 50.25 COR SOLUTIONS, INC. 29,691.48 Corporate 550.00 Corporate Payroll 313,943.28 COX, MICHAEL 867.57 CSM WORLDWIDE, INC. 7,200.00 Dana 759,678.00 DAVID L. AHO METALWORKING 16,218.75 Dead Sea Magnesium 779,645.16 Decatur Payroll 796,328.66 DEHAUT AERO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT 3,437.02 DELAWARE SECRETARY OF STATE 5,706.00 DELL MARKETING L.P. 103.19 DETROIT LIONS, INC. 600.00 DICKSON ALLAN 4,142.37 Dimetek 8,946.80 DISPLAY MANUFACTURING 1,080.00 DME RR 45,018.26 DONALD L. WOESSNER 1,152.20 DORSEY & WHITNEY LLP 6,596.60 DOYLE, PAT 1,570.25 Eastern Alloys, inc. 136,468.81 EASTERN COMPUTER EXCHANGE, INC 5,457.00 EDS CANADA, INC. 171.07 EDWIN B. BRANCH 16,831.97 EGH/TIMBERLAND THREE L.P. 60,130.63 EKK, INC. 6,400.00 ELECTRICAL SPECIALTIES 17.50 ELEVATING EQUIPMENT INSPECTION 95.00 Elkem Metals, Inc. 301,402.28 Enbridge Gas Services 70,523.37 ENTERPRISE FLEET SERVICES 13,382.33 EXEC-U-CARE 4,082.23 EXECUTIVE COFFEE SYSTEMS 739.88 Fairmont Minerals 60,375.00 FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF 500.00 Feseco Metallurgical Inc. 671.50 Fidelity Savings and Profit Plan 45,062.23 FITZGERALD, DAVID C. 133.00 FLIGHTSAFETY INTERNATIONAL 15,000.00 FLORIDA UC FUND 298.90 Foley, Lardner 484,769.86 Forest City Technologies, Inc. 4,010.12
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INTERMET CORPORATE CASE # 04-67597 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- Foseco Metallurgical Inc. 67,435.07 Freudenberg NOK 69,873.36 GE CAPITAL 19,512.14 GEORGIA DEPT OF REVENUE - GEORGIA POWER 3,108.55 Georgia Sales Tax - CFI 39,445.22 GIERC, DANIEL 124.55 GILLILAND, TIM 1,183.57 GLOBAL EXCHANGE SERVICES 1,080.84 Globe 414,819.90 GOPAL, NANDA P N 630.79 GRECCO, JOSEPH R 27.51 HA International LLC 184,999.60 HEMING, DANIEL 2,012.76 HERTZ CORPORATION 1,245.04 HOOVER, ROB 281.49 HOWARD & HOWARD 12,986.10 Hydro Magnesium 326,412.36 Hydro Magnesium (Norsk Hydro) 392,949.64 IBM CORPORATION 35,338.37 IBM LIMITED SPECIAL BILLING 195.10 IMCO Recycling 1,970,797.72 INCAT 7,675.00 Ingersoll Machine Tools 30,172.16 INTERCALL 1,258.06 INTERNATIONAL MAGNESIUM ASSOC 3,450.00 IRON MOUNTAIN RECORDS MGMT 259.98 IRVIN, LESLIE B 85.76 J.W. MARTIN 144.45 Jackson 181,830.91 JACKSON, SHIELDS, YEISER, HOLT 14,676.07 Jacobson Mfg. 7,333.75 JAMES DAVIS CLEANING SERVICE 500.00 JESSE WHITE SECRETARY OF STATE 103.50 JOCK ABELL LANDSCAPING 360.00 JOHN HANCOCK FINANCIAL SVCS. 427.00 JOHN P. CRECINE 1,342.59 JOHN R. HORNE 1,136.87 JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A. 177,395.77 KARLA DUNFIELD 24.61 KENNETH C. HOWELL 2,351.92 KLEIN, KYLE 107.63 KPMG Sarbanes Deposit 225,000.00 KUZINSKI, MARK 140.95 L & S Precision Tool 6,050.00 Land Transportation 162,253.31 Larpen Metallurgical Service 125,280.00 LEONARD BROS. DATA MANAGEMENT 278.08 LIEBERT GLOBAL SERVICES 1,575.00 LISIO, JOHN 492.98 LOVELL, TONY 940.51 LUMPKIN, LINDA 52.97 MAGMA FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGIES 4,000.00
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INTERMET CORPORATE CASE # 04-67597 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- MAINLINE INFORMATION SYSTEMS 1,400.00 Malloy - 611996 206,395.95 MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INTL, INC. 21,000.00 MARTINEZ, FRED 1,413.95 Mayer Brown Rowe & Maw LLP 56,988.64 MAYER,BROWN,ROWE & MAW - MCI 518.89 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO. 264.16 Medco Health 414,286.55 MEISSNER MODELLBAUGMBH - MERCER HUMAN RESOURCE 76,269.20 MERGENT, INC. 2,400.00 Metallurg 9,400.11 Metlife Dental 65,220.16 MICHAEL W. ANGLIN 3,376.52 Midland Industries, Inc. 115,961.96 Milbank Tweed Hadley McCloy LLP 659,100.23 Miller & Co. 291,938.90 Minneapolis 860,587.23 Minneapolis Sales Tax 5,224.00 Monroe Payroll 1,071,205.36 MOORE, TERRY 2,254.73 MPC 15,815.88 MSC Industrial Supply 10,111.56 MTS SYSTEMS CORPORATION 10,000.00 NADCA 30.00 National Material Trading 727,812.86 National Metal Abrasive 6,250.00 Noranda Aluminum 100,912.08 Norfolk Southern 80,000.00 NSK Corporation 52,606.55 NTFC CAPITAL CORPORATION 367.00 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. 2,640.96 OFFICE INSTALLATIONS, INC. 480.00 OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION 2,125.00 Ohio Screw Products 37,595.78 OmniSource Corporation - Copper 283,330.00 OmniSource Corporation - Steel 6,813,263.93 Oneok Energy Marketing 42,760.16 PAGE, SCRANTOM, SPROUSE, 898.14 PAPA ROMANO 78.00 Parker Hannifin 26,916.39 PENNSYLVANIA SCDU 747.00 PENSION BENEFIT GUARANTY CORP. 1,802.21 PILON, KEVIN 2,106.35 PLANTERRA GREENHOUSES 87.00 PLASKO, RANDALL 234.32 PLYMOUTH WAYNE, INC. 18.70 PONTIAC COFFEE BREAK INC. 26.50 Porter Warner Industries 59,903.12 PR NEWSWIRE ASSOCIATION, LLC 689.35 Primetrade, Inc. 1,175,054.48 PROVIDENT LIFE & ACCIDENT INS. 13,554.45
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INTERMET CORPORATE CASE # 04-67597 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] TOTAL VENDOR DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------- UCHA, TOM 241.54 Putnam 401K 46,573.63 QWEST 4.64 Racine 165,658.05 RAR HOLDINGS, INC. 3,322.00 Refractory Service, Inc. 117,557.00 REINHART, BOERNER, VAN DEUREN, 2,092.21 RES Manufacturing 52,317.12 RI Lampus 72,568.00 RICHARD A. NAWROCKI 104.03 RIDLEY'S BAKERY CAFE 822.00 ROBERT HALF TECHNOLOGY 11,022.38 ROBERTS, DONALD 722.32 RODGERS, KAREN 233.81 RUFF, GARY F. 194.54 RUTHERFORD, JOHN 1,631.58 SAFETY-KLEEN CORP. 199.40 SANDERS, S. DAVID 4,261.85 SBC 2,174.08 SCHELLHASE, DAN 1,161.79 SENIORSCRIPS 2,130.00 SHAW, ROBERT 286.92 SHAWBITZ, PAT 38.75 SHRED-IT DETROIT 79.80 SILBERT, RICHARD 620.81 SIMPLEXGRINNELL LP 1,179.00 Spartan Light Metal Products 29,192.20 Spectro Alloys Corporation 1,477,306.40 Spray-rite 14,250.85 SPRINT 26,526.32 SPRINT CONFERENCING SERVICES 1,127.04 SPROUSE, JANE 136.51 SRI Quality System Registrar 12,611.40 Standard Federal 11,305.99 STATE OF MICHIGAN 88.49 STERLING COMMERCE-73199 418.29 Stevensville 79,470.22 SUNGARD AVAILABILITY SERVICES 1,668.00 SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS 147.00 Superior Graphite Co. 24,153.76 Supreme Cores 12,461.50 Tenneco Automotive 25,080.00 TERMINIX INTERNATIONAL 32.00 The David J. Joseph Company 345,991.32 THE FARMERS BANK OF APPOMATTOX 616.32 THOMAS H. JEFFS II 790.39 Tinnerman Palnut 23,170.36 T-MOBILE 141.65 Toyota Tsusho 45,750.71 TRADEWINDS AVIATION 8,849.12 Trans Man Logistics, Inc. 442,885.61 Transgroup WW Logistics 14,460.55 Trelleborg 115,920.00
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INTERMET CORPORATE ASE # 04-67597 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] TOTAL VENDOR DISBURSEMENTS ------ --------------- TSBY RR 52,316.33 Tube City 159,442.15 U.S. TRUSTEE 56,250.00 UGS CORP. 2,166.00 ULTRA-NAV AVIATION, INC. 822.00 UMETCO Inc. 115,500.00 Unimin Corporation 32,197.90 UNITED AMERICAN INSURANCE CO. 36,471.00 UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL VIRGINIA 285.00 UNIVERSAL SOFTWARE, INC. 562.50 US Magnesium LLC 724,018.30 VALLEY FASTENERS 6.63 Value Options 20,468.03 VALUEOPTIONS, INC 14,572.79 Vanguard 73,028.28 VANGUARD GROUP 15,753.16 Vanguard Group 401K 849,576.08 VASS, S. REID 2,574.92 VERIZON 1,925.09 VERIZON WIRELESS MESSAGING SVC 73.57 VERIZON WIRELESS-GREAT LAKES 2,200.41 Vesuvius 26,771.45 VIRGINIA DEPT. OF TAXATION 581.56 VISUAL IMPRESSIONS 212.00 VOSS, DAVID 50.00 W.E.L. INC. 1,209.03 WALKER, SEAN 472.74 WASTE MANAGEMENT 90.06 WATCON INC. 1,097.50 WAYNE BOOTH INVESTMENTS 25,300.00 Wheelabrator Abrasives 138,810.00 WOODLAND CAFE 512.60 WOODS, ROGERS & HAZLEGROVE PLC 2,479.74 XEROX CORPORATION 852.22 XPEDX - LYNCHBURG 157.80 ZEIMET, RANDY 205.64 --------------- $ 35,502,433.76
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INTERMET COPORATION CASE # 04-67597 AT 2/28/05 CORPORATE - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 467,832.06 Check #91795 cleared by bank though voided by Corporate,adjusted in March. (41,438.11) ---------- 426,393.95 Unadjusted GL Balance 426,393.95 ---------- Difference $ - ==========
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INTERMET CORPORATION OUTSTANDING CHECKS CASE #04-67597 [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING 10/22/04 91412 503.39 12/29/04 92113 616.32 1/14/05 92218 70.35 1/28/05 92345 106.00 1/28/05 92395 8,500.00 1/28/05 92417 616.32 2/4/05 92446 225.00 2/4/05 92456 79.10 2/4/05 92464 52.97 2/11/05 92512 240.01 2/11/05 92550 104.03 2/11/05 92555 620.81 2/18/05 92580 677.51 2/18/05 92581 691.09 2/18/05 92582 1,577.95 2/18/05 92583 192.22 2/18/05 92586 1,900.00 2/18/05 92587 4,394.55 2/18/05 92588 17.49 2/18/05 92600 643.22 2/18/05 92603 464.00 2/18/05 92604 30.00 2/18/05 92606 704.95 2/18/05 92609 416.94 2/18/05 92610 233.81 2/18/05 92611 40.00 2/18/05 92615 1,179.00 2/18/05 92617 1,127.04 2/18/05 92618 54.76 2/18/05 92623 581.56 2/18/05 92625 177.64 2/23/05 92630 1,802.21 2/25/05 92635 1,191.62 2/25/05 92636 13,131.85 2/25/05 92638 49.90 2/25/05 92639 17.05 2/25/05 92640 3,247.19 2/25/05 92641 3,456.00 2/25/05 92642 85.82 2/25/05 92643 750.00 2/25/05 92644 239.49 2/25/05 92646 225.00 2/25/05 92647 1,850.00 2/25/05 92648 519.00 2/25/05 92649 34.98 2/25/05 92650 105.10 2/25/05 92651 16,218.75 2/25/05 92652 5,706.00 2/25/05 92653 600.00 2/25/05 92654 1,152.20 2/25/05 92655 1,570.25 2/25/05 92656 5,457.00 2/25/05 92657 171.07 2/25/05 92658 16,831.97 2/25/05 92659 6,400.00 2/25/05 92660 398.76 2/25/05 92661 133.00 2/25/05 92662 19,512.14 2/25/05 92663 1,104.47 2/25/05 92664 1,080.84 2/25/05 92665 492.31 2/25/05 92666 246.87 2/25/05 92667 10,000.00 2/25/05 92668 195.10 2/25/05 92669 2,700.00 2/25/05 92670 3,450.00 2/25/05 92671 500.00 2/25/05 92672 360.00 2/25/05 92673 427.00 2/25/05 92674 2,351.92 2/25/05 92675 76.88 2/25/05 92678 2,400.00 2/25/05 92679 3,376.52 2/25/05 92680 911.42 2/25/05 92681 2,125.00 2/25/05 92682 898.14 2/25/05 92683 747.00 2/25/05 92684 26.50 2/25/05 92685 6,771.14 2/25/05 92686 3,322.00 2/25/05 92687 2,092.21 2/25/05 92688 11,022.38 2/25/05 92689 277.65 2/25/05 92690 1,274.24 2/25/05 92691 249.56 2/25/05 92692 286.92 2/25/05 92693 38.75 2/25/05 92694 79.80 2/25/05 92695 21.15 2/25/05 92696 45.00 2/25/05 92697 147.00 2/25/05 92698 616.32 2/25/05 92699 5,492.44 2/25/05 92700 9,250.00 2/25/05 92701 822.00 2/25/05 92702 18,528.00 2/25/05 92703 285.00 2/25/05 92704 14,572.79 2/25/05 92705 15,753.16 2/25/05 92706 1,078.93 2/25/05 92707 1,925.09 2/25/05 92708 169.60 2/25/05 92709 50.00 2/25/05 92710 360.24 2/25/05 92711 90.06 2/25/05 92712 103.44 2/25/05 92713 426.11 2/25/05 92714 4,975.00 2/25/05 92715 7,000.00 2/25/05 92716 6,250.00 2/25/05 92717 7,500.00 2/25/05 92718 6,250.00 2/25/05 92719 6,250.00 2/25/05 92720 6,250.00 2/25/05 92721 6,250.00 2/25/05 92722 1,250.00 2/25/05 92723 57,972.53 2/25/05 92724 76,269.20 2/25/05 92725 25,300.00 -------- ----- ------------- $ 467,832.06
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: INTERMET CORP. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67597 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider PLEASE SEE COMPANY PREPARED SCHEDULE ATTACHED. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Intermet Corporation Month Ended January 31, 2005 [Enlarge/Download Table] ALAN J. GARY ROBERT E. TIMOTHY R. JOHN B. TODD THOMAS E. MILLER NAME: RUFF BELTS GILLILAND RUTHERFORD HEAVIN PRUCHA --------------- -------------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ------------ ------------ VP, General Chairman & CEO VP Finance VP- Light VP-Sales & VP-Ferrous VP-Technical Counsel JOB DUTIES: Director and CFO Metals Marketing Metals Services Ass't Secretary -------------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ------------ ------------ --------------- (MONTHLY) COMPENSATION: $ 41,666.67 $ 21,666.67 $ 16,666.67 $ 16,666.67 $ 17,500.00 $ 14,583.34 $ 18,750.00 ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ------------ ------------ --------------- BENEFITS PAID: Health Insurance 771.54 771.54 545.75 545.75 771.54 545.75 545.75 Exec-U-Care 358.33 358.33 358.33 358.33 358.33 358.33 358.33 Long Term Disability 141.67 141.67 141.67 141.67 141.67 123.96 141.67 Life Insurance 364.06 189.82 148.06 148.06 153.52 128.11 164.41 Deferred Comp Retirement - - - - - - - Company Vehicle 1103.58 850 850 850 855.25 721.55 850.00 Cell Phone 61.8 100.15 67.18 (EXPENSE REIMBURSE): Meals & Entertainment 27.41 185.27 6.75 Travel 91.8 24.25 1183.57 1446.31 116.55 Communications (cell phone, internet on travel, etc.) 75.33 58.24 Dues & Subscriptions 60 OTHER PAYMENTS: Rents Paid Loans Other (Describe) ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- ------------ ------------ --------------- TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS 44,600.39 24,064.08 19,894.05 20,442.21 19,847.49 16,702.58 20,810.16 =========== =========== =========== =========== ============ ============ =============== [Enlarge/Download Table] BYTHA GREG MICHAEL NAME: MILLS WAHOWIAK SKRZYPCAK MARY JO KARJALA -------------- ---------------- ----------- --------------- VP- Business Systems JOB DUTIES: Administration Director Treasurer Secretary TOTAL -------------- ---------------- ----------- --------------- ---------- (MONTHLY) COMPENSATION: $ 12,500.00 $ 11,916.67 $ 10,833.35 $ 6,000.00 188,750 -------------- ---------------- ----------- --------------- ---------- BENEFITS PAID: Health Insurance 284.43 486.76 771.54 545.75 6,586 Exec-U-Care 358.33 358.33 - - 3,225 Long Term Disability 106.25 101.29 92.08 51.00 1,325 Life Insurance 108.90 103.33 94.36 54.34 1,657 Deferred Comp 0 Retirement - - - - 0 Company Vehicle 850.00 650.00 - - 7,580 Cell Phone 41.39 41.39 312 0 0 (EXPENSE REIMBURSE): 0 Meals & Entertainment 219 Travel 2,862 Communications (cell phone, internet on travel, etc.) 134 Dues & Subscriptions 60 OTHER PAYMENTS: 0 Rents Paid 0 Loans 0 Other (Describe) 0 -------------- ---------------- ----------- --------------- ---------- TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS 14,207.91 13,657.77 11,832.72 6,651.09 212,710.45 ============== ================ =========== =============== ==========
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Intermet Corp. Case Number: 04-67597 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------------- -------------- ----------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67599 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor ALEXANDER CITY CASTING CO., INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248)952-2500 ----------------------- ------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp.and Subsiadiries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE # 04-67599 ALEXANDER CITY CASTING CO. ---------------------------------------- Total Current Month Since Filing ------------- ------------ Net Sales $ 0 $ 0 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight - - Wages - Hourly - - Wages-Salary - - Employee Benefits and Pension - - Repairs & Maintenance - - Supplies - - Utilities - - Purchased Components/Services - - Income(loss) from Pattern Sales - - Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense - - Travel & Entertainment - - Other Variable Costs 1 68 Depreciation & Amortization - - Other Allocated Fixed Costs - - Other Fixed Costs - - ------------- ------------ Cost of Goods Sold 1 68 Gross Profit (1) (68) Plant SG&A Expense - - SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) - - Other Operating Expenses 2 1,577 ------------- ------------ Total Operating Expenses 2 1,577 Operating Profit (3) (1,645) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) - - Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - 1 ------------- ------------ Total Non-Operating Expenses - 1 Income Before Income Taxes (3) (1,644) Income Tax Expense 1 7 ------------- ------------ Net Income ($ 4) ($ 1,651) ============= ============
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) -------- $ 2,060 ======== Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. [Download Table] Allocation: Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 -------- Total $ 2,060 ========
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE # 04-67599 ---------------- ALEXANDER CITY CASTING CO. ---------------- Cash And Equivalents $ 0 Accounts Receivable 0 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Inventories 133 Other Current Assets 0 -------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 133 Land and Buildings 537 Machinery & Equipment 1,592 Construction In Progress 0 -------- Total Fixed Assets 2,129 Accumulated Depreciation (1,572) -------- NET FIXED ASSETS 557 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 0 -------- TOTAL ASSETS $690 ======== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 0 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 0 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 2 -------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 2 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 0 Accrued Workers Comp. 0 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 -------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 0 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 0 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 -------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 0 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 152 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 0 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 0 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 36,948 Minority Interest 0 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 37,102 Common Stock 10 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 90 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (34,861) Retained Earnings - Post Petition (1,651) Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 -------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY (36,412) -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 690 ========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 ALEXANDER CITY CASTING CO., INC. CASE #04-67599 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 --------- --------- ---------- --------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: Local $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 FICA Withheld $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Employers FICA $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Unemployment Tax: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Unemployment Tax: State $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 All Other Payroll W/H $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise $ 900 $ 900 $ 0 $1,800 Property Taxes $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Workers Compensation 0 0 0 0 ----- ----- ------ ------ Total $ 900 $ 900 $ 0 $1,800 Wages and Salaries 0 0 0 0 ----- ----- ------ ------ Grand Total $ 900 $ 900 $ 0 $1,800 ===== ===== ====== ====== Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $0 $0 $0 Accounts Receivable $0 $0 $0
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MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 ALEXANDER CITY CASTING CO., INC. Case Number: 04-67599 CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS (CASH BASIS ONLY): [Enlarge/Download Table] General Payroll Tax Cash Coll. Petty Cash Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. A. Beginning Balance _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ B. Receipts _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (Attach separate schedule) C. Balance Available _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (A+B) D. Less Disbursements _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (Attach separate schedule) E. Ending Balance N/A - COMPANY HAS NO BANK ACCOUNTS (C-D) (PLEASE ATTACH COPIES OF MOST RECENT RECONCILED BANK STATEMENTS FROM EACH ACCOUNT) General Account: 1. Depository Name & Location ____________________________________ 2. Account Number ____________________________________ Payroll Account: 1. Depository Name & Location ____________________________________ 2. Account Number ____________________________________ Tax Account: 1. Depository Name & Location ____________________________________ 2. Account Number ____________________________________ Other monies on hand (specify type and location) i.e., CD's, bonds, etc.: ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Date: MARCH 28, 2005 ______________________________ Debtor in Possession Form 5
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: ALEXANDER CITY CASTING CO., INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67599 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Alexander City Casting Co., Inc. Case Number: 04-67599 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------------- -------------- ----------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67605 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor CAST-MATIC CORPORATION ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ------------------------------------------ Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- -------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE #04-67605 CAST-MATIC CORP -------------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 3,630 $ 17,621 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight 2,165 10,247 Wages - Hourly 263 1,281 Wages-Salary 126 668 Employee Benefits and Pension 120 533 Repairs & Maintenance 57 429 Supplies 228 911 Utilities 101 549 Purchased Components/Services 164 810 Income(loss) from Pattern Sales - - Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense 7 48 Travel & Entertainment 2 10 Other Variable Costs 136 718 Depreciation & Amortization 159 809 Other Allocated Fixed Costs - (1) Other Fixed Costs 67 395 -------- --------- Cost of Goods Sold 3,595 17,407 Gross Profit 35 214 Plant SG&A Expense - - SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) 82 393 Other Operating Expenses - 55 -------- --------- Total Operating Expenses 82 448 Operating Profit (47) (234) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) (65) (181) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - 10 -------- --------- Total Non-Operating Expenses (65) (171) Income Before Income Taxes (112) (405) Income Tax Expense (6) 94 -------- --------- Net Income ($ 106) ($ 499) ======== =========
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February ---------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric, Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) ---------- $ 2,060 ========== Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. [Download Table] Allocation: Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 ---------- Total $ 2,060 ==========
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE #04-67605 -------------- CAST-MATIC CORP -------------- Cash And Equivalents $ 0 Accounts Receivable 7,787 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Inventories 2,240 Other Current Assets 199 -------------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 10,226 Land and Buildings 2,889 Machinery & Equipment 17,100 Construction In Progress 0 -------------- Total Fixed Assets 19,989 Accumulated Depreciation (6,739) -------------- NET FIXED ASSETS 13,250 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 0 -------------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 23,476 ============== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 541 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 98 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 105 -------------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 744 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 0 Accrued Workers Comp 0 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 -------------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 0 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 3,215 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 -------------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 3,215 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 334 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 538 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 0 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 18,017 Minority Interest 0 -------------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 22,848 -------------- Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 2,109 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (982) Retained Earnings - Post Petition (499) Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 -------------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY 628 -------------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 23,476 ==============
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 CAST-MATIC CORP. CASE #04-67605 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 ---------- ---------- ----------- ---------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 $ 41,784 ($ 41,784) $ 0 Income tax withheld: State 0 11,344 (11,344) 0 Income tax withheld: Local 0 16 (16) 0 FICA Withheld 0 27,500 (27,500) 0 Employers FICA 2,426 30,449 (27,500) 5,375 Unemployment Tax: Federal 47 2,541 (2,256) 332 Unemployment Tax: State 9,269 18,859 (24,436) 3,692 All Other Payroll W/H 0 0 0 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise 50,000 (6,308) 0 43,692 Property Taxes 18,500 18,500 0 37,000 Workers Compensation 10,000 7,500 (2,616) 14,884 ---------- ---------- ----------- ---------- Total $ 90,242 $ 152,184 ($ 137,452) $ 104,975 Wages and Salaries 86,425 277,201 (265,969) 97,656 ---------- ---------- ----------- ---------- Grand Total $ 176,667 $ 429,385 ($ 403,421) $ 202,631 ========== ========== =========== ========== Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $ 541,059 $ 541,059 $ 0 $ 0 Accounts Receivable $7,447,000 $3,889,000 $3,426,000 $132,000
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 [Enlarge/Download Table] MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT CASE # 04-67605 CAST-MATIC CORP (STEVENSVILE) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX LOCKBOX 673038 DEPOSITORY AP AP PR PR ACCOUNT # 5402699440 1851812063 361567604 2770721856 2176982979 2770721864 2176983126 BANK Stan Fed Comerica Bank One Stan Fed Comerica Stan Fed Comerica TOTAL BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - - - RECEIPTS - 1,439,643 - - - - - 1,439,643 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - - - 514,787 - 321,335 836,121 DIP INFLOW - - - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - - - (514,787) - (321,335) (836,121) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) - (1,439,643) - - - - - (1,439,643) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - - - ---------- ------------- ---------- ---------- ----------- ---------- --------- ---------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - - - MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 2,116,089 CHECKS ISSUED 667,979 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 280,291 ----------- TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $ 3,064,359 =========== OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 67,338 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 - CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 667,979 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (514,787) ----------- OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 220,530 ===========
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CAST-MATIC CORP. CASE NO. 04-67605 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ---------------------------------- ------------------- Ace Hardware $ 2,493.78 Adams Remco, Inc. 2,228.14 ADP, Inc. 2,317.39 Advanced Technologies Serv. Bureau 250.00 Alcan 1,013,300.16 Alcoa 781,221.20 Alfe 192,651.73 Alpha Resources 54.85 Alro Steel 712.16 Aluar 84,224.09 American Electric Power 30,418.68 Anderson Pattern 71,254.00 Aquila 13,762.64 Aramark 83.14 Aramark Uniforms Services, Inc. 2,634.45 Arrow Health & Safety 137.25 ASI Datamyte, Inc 636.00 Assoicated Bag 134.96 Automation Direct.com 1,277.00 Bastian Material Handling 157.62 Batteries Plus 168.98 Beacon Operations, Center 13,108.80 Borries Marking Systems 1,919.08 Brammall Supply Co. 1,388.19 Brandon Reed 442.52 Brown & Shape, Inc MSD 2,925.00 Burchett Quality Tool 3,600.00 C & E Machine Service 1,000.00 C. B. DeKorne, Inc. 684.10 C.P.C., Inc. 23,364.00 Candal Enterprises Inc 72.50 CDW Direct.com 627.74 Charlevoix Energy Trading 98,927.62 ChemStation of Northern Indiana 982.62 Climax Research Services 18,990.00 Condat 2,673.00 Connection Services Co. 279.11 Creative Financial Staffing 3,954.50 Custom Mold 731.50 Dell Computer 2,713.60 DESA Heating Products 78.43 Dimetek 8,946.80 D-M-E Co 978.59 Double Day Office Products, Inc 3,389.13 Dowling Magnets 72.12 Earthscapes Landscaping, Inc 1,019.50 EIS, Inc. 922.82 E-Jay Thermo Products, Inc 450.03 Empire Products 181.20 EWAB Engineering 2,540.46 Floyd Barnes 518.76 Gateway, Inc. 36.18 Geo T Schmidt, Inc 724.39 Global Exchange Services 28.36 Globe 4,350.00 Golden's Foundry & Machine 4,002.03 Great Lakes Automation Supply 139.82 Griffin Tool, Inc. 2,040.00 Helpmate 142.72 Herschall Products 83.25 Hull Lift Truck, Inc. 98.18 Hydract 711.25 Ikon Office Solutions 220.88 Industrial Firebrick Corp. 336.85 Industrial Solutions 8,989.86 Innerspec Technologies, Inc 3,781.00 J & L Industrial Supply 5,819.87 Jerz Machine Tool Corp 4,965.00 Jonshson's Workbench 603.20
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CAST-MATIC CORP. CASE NO. 04-67605 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ---------------------------------- ------------------- Keener Sand & Clay Co 1,760.00 Kendall Electric, Inc. 7,061.24 Kent Rudbeck 480.00 KMH Systems 2,587.54 Landauer 539.38 Lawrence Williams 40.00 Lincoln Charter Township 42,005.89 M & I Machine 6,402.50 Martin Fluid Power 146.85 McMaster-Carr Supply Co 4,045.35 Metallurg 18,800.10 Michigan Shipper Supply 158.55 Midwest Safety Products 64.19 Mitchell Maze 482.15 Mittler Supply Inc. 2,770.94 Molten Metal Equipment 3,225.52 Motion Industries, Inc 3,644.95 MSC Industrial Supply Co 1,811.52 Neff Engineering Company 319.11 Niles Janitor Service & Supp 57.50 NMHG Financial Services 2,132.55 OKK 252.28 Omega Engineering, Inc 672.34 Ondraka Management Enterprises LLC 845.00 Online Lables.Com 190.95 Original AD 979.99 Payroll Disbursed (Includes Wires Paid by Corp) 280,291.46 PC Universe 1,482.84 Petty Cash 710.13 Pitney Bowes 101.50 Pooch Welding Supply Co 3,770.40 Porter-Cable Corp 47.07 PRI-MAR Petroleum, Inc 58.90 Process Engineering & Equipment Co 187.25 Product Action International, Inc 2,196.63 Pyrotek, Inc 53,080.87 QME Quality Mold & Engineering 3,638.00 Quantum Connections, LLC 67.00 R A Mort Supply 104.56 Rapid Print 859.93 Ray's Motel 756.00 R-Con NDT, Inc 366.85 Red Arrow Fire & Safety, LLC 79.11 Refactory Engineers 6,416.44 Reliable Disposal 350.45 RHM Fluid Power 469.32 Rx Optical 124.00 S & S Industrial Supply 835.74 Saddle Island Institute 475.00 Safety Products Division 1,020.15 Safety-Kleen 708.70 SBC Ameritech 689.13 Schott Saw Co 8,056.50 Scope Services, Inc 26,910.07 Sears 243.43 Southwestern Medical Clinic PC 577.50 Spectro Analytical Instruments 2,400.85 Sprint 286.53 Sun-Tec Corp 237.46 Superior Business Solutions 188.74 TCP Wire & Cable 675.40 Test Equipment Distributors 302.92 Thayer, Inc 360.92 The Connection Co. 164.67 Tox Pressotechnik 2,126.00 Tracee Lotz 300.21 Trans Man Logistics 12,594.00 Westoff Machine Co 36.22 William A Kibbe & Assoc., Inc 1,455.00
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CAST-MATIC CORP. CASE NO. 04-67605 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ---------------------------------- ------------------- William Atkins 91.50 Wood Temporary Staffing 14,223.47 Y.E.S. 52,515.57 Youngblood Air Systems 11,498.58 Yxlon International 16,236.00 Turpin Wholesale, Inc 230.46 United States Postal Service 500.00 Unum Life Ins. Co. of Amer. 3,037.93 Valenite 142.00 Vektek 2,226.10 W. H. Duffill 186.44 West Michigan Hydraulics 308.31 Westmoreland Mech. Testing & Res. 11,210.00 ------------------- $ 3,064,359.38
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CAST-MATIC CORPORATION CASE NO. 04-67605 AT 2/28/05 STEVENSVILLE - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Outstanding AP Checks $ 220,530.35 Misc Reconciling Items Adjusted in March (1,282.50) 219,247.85 ------------ Unadjusted GL Balance 219,247.85 ----------- Difference $ - ===========
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CAST-MATIC CORPORATION CASE NO. 04-67605 OUTSTANDING CHECKS [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING 2/8/05 42501 168.94 2/9/05 42504 85.86 2/9/05 42508 1,282.50 2/10/05 42536 2,540.46 2/17/05 42596 73.62 2/17/05 42602 98,927.62 2/17/05 42603 168.00 2/17/05 42606 4,002.03 2/21/05 42636 622.84 2/21/05 42638 205.85 2/21/05 42639 134.96 2/22/05 42641 190.47 2/22/05 42642 115.23 2/23/05 42644 675.40 2/23/05 42646 46.01 2/24/05 42648 142.00 2/24/05 42650 176.29 2/24/05 42651 319.91 2/24/05 42652 134.00 2/24/05 42653 21.12 2/24/05 42654 597.10 2/24/05 42655 84.00 2/24/05 42656 3,666.41 2/24/05 42657 378.81 2/24/05 42658 2,904.00 2/24/05 42659 61.84 2/24/05 42660 2,320.00 2/24/05 42661 78.43 2/24/05 42662 2,713.60 2/24/05 42663 717.00 2/24/05 42664 450.03 2/24/05 42665 2,000.00 2/24/05 42666 711.25 2/24/05 42667 227.78 2/24/05 42668 1,870.00 2/24/05 42669 220.88 2/24/05 42670 4,965.00 2/24/05 42671 880.00 2/24/05 42672 689.00 2/24/05 42673 539.38 2/24/05 42674 1,114.72 2/24/05 42675 64.19 2/24/05 42676 669.00 2/24/05 42677 1,572.00 2/24/05 42678 1,421.70 2/24/05 42679 350.78 2/24/05 42680 361.51 2/24/05 42681 376.46 2/24/05 42682 58.90 2/24/05 42683 1,785.59 2/24/05 42684 1,440.00 2/24/05 42685 859.93 2/24/05 42686 67.00 2/24/05 42687 475.00 2/24/05 42688 125.03 2/24/05 42689 390.42 2/24/05 42691 6,602.52 2/24/05 42692 204.19 2/24/05 42693 188.74 2/24/05 42694 906.24 2/24/05 42695 6,902.77 2/24/05 42696 420.00 2/24/05 42697 3,174.80 2/24/05 42698 113.78 2/24/05 42699 10,773.73 2/25/05 42701 63.41 2/25/05 42703 243.43 2/25/05 42704 217.67 2/28/05 42705 649.80 2/28/05 42707 2,000.00 2/28/05 42708 3,148.85 2/28/05 42709 37,254.00 2/28/05 42710 333.97 2/28/05 42711 35.60 2/28/05 42712 57.00 ----------- $220,530.35
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: CAST-MATIC CORPORATION Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67605 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 __________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Cast-Matic Corporation Case number: 04-67605 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------- ------- ------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67609 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor COLUMBUS FOUNDRY, L.P. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- -------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE #04-67609 COLUMBUS FOUNDRY ---------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 13,008 $ 64,018 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight 4,964 23,240 Wages - Hourly 1,617 8,443 Wages-Salary 484 2,393 Employee Benefits and Pension 929 4,514 Repairs & Maintenance 756 3,591 Supplies 688 3,368 Utilities 760 4,251 Purchased Components/Services 408 4,175 Income(loss) from Pattern Sales 1 (628) Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - 11 MIS Expense 52 273 Travel & Entertainment 12 41 Other Variable Costs 38 775 Depreciation & Amortization 402 2,631 Other Allocated Fixed Costs - 1 Other Fixed Costs 180 734 -------- -------- Cost of Goods Sold 11,291 57,813 Gross Profit 1,717 6,205 Plant SG&A Expense 36 154 SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) 313 1,496 Other Operating Expenses - 415 -------- -------- Total Operating Expenses 349 2,065 Operating Profit 1,368 4,140 Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - (6) Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) (232) (728) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - - -------- -------- Total Non-Operating Expenses (232) (734) Income Before Income Taxes 1,136 3,406 Income Tax Expense 31 193 -------- -------- Net Income $ 1,105 $ 3,213 ======== ========
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric, Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) ------- $ 2,060 ======= Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. [Download Table] Allocation: Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 ------- Total $ 2,060 =======
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE #04-67609 COLUMBUS FOUNDRY -------- Cash And Equivalents $ 1 Accounts Receivable 25,599 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 5 Inventories 6,659 Other Current Assets (11) -------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 32,253 Land and Buildings 12,701 Machinery & Equipment 79,214 Construction In Progress 123 -------- Total Fixed Assets 92,038 Accumulated Depreciation (61,713) -------- NET FIXED ASSETS 30,325 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 22,549 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 639 -------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 85,766 ======== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 1,744 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 229 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 805 -------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 2,778 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 0 Accrued Workers Comp. 307 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 -------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 307 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 10,148 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 -------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 10,148 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 2,098 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 713 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits (1,022) Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 1,336 Minority Interest 0 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 16,358 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 4,592 Retained Earnings - Prepetition 61,603 Retained Earnings - Post Petition 3,213 Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 -------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY 69,408 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 85,766 ========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 COLUMBUS FOUNDRY CASE #04-67609 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1-31-05 Withheld Deposits 2-28-05 ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ Income tax withheld: Federal ($ 34,475) ($ 203,661) $ 192,825 ($ 45,311) Income tax withheld: State (16,091) (90,698) 86,726 (20,064) Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld (28,944) (156,498) 151,494 (33,949) Employers FICA (38,558) (151,546) 151,494 (38,610) Unemployment Tax: Federal 27,587 (11,373) (53,482) (37,268) Unemployment Tax: State (60,305) (40,554) 0 (100,859) All Other Payroll W/H (140,712) (170,242) 169,529 (141,425) State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise (169,106) (71,128) 52,034 (188,200) Property Taxes (50,000) (50,000) 0 (100,000) Workers Compensation (60,000) (40,000) 0 (100,000) ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- Total ($ 570,605) ($ 985,700) $ 750,620 ($ 805,685) Wages and Salaries (91,799) (2,229,071) 2,091,162 (229,708) ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- Grand Total ($ 662,404) ($3,214,771) $ 2,841,782 ($1,035,393) =========== =========== =========== =========== Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Enlarge/Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $ 1,744,503 ($ 717,341) $ 2,044,221 $ 417,623 Accounts Receivable $ 25,877,298 $24,391,235 $ 109,847 $ 1,376,216
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 [Enlarge/Download Table] MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT CASE # 04-67609 COLUMBUS FOUNDRY -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX 77691 DEPOSIT AP PR (HOURLY) PR (SALARY) ACCOUNT # 269833 5401086425 2770716492 2770716484 2770716658 BANK Bank One Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. TOTAL BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - RECEIPTS 18,645 6,056,468 0 596 - 6,075,710 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - 2,672,847 1,550,962 382,474 4,606,283 DIP INFLOW - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - (2,672,847) (1,551,558) (382,474) (4,606,879) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) (18,645) (6,056,468) - - - (6,075,114) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - --------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - - - (0.00) [Enlarge/Download Table] MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 5,005,098 CHECKS ISSUED 2,854,756 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 1,898,144 ---------- TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $9,757,998 ========== OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 444,885 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 (799) CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 2,854,756 Does not include $ 57,420.278 EFT's relating CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (2,615,156) to sales tax and child support. ---------- OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 683,686 ==========
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COLUMBUS FOUNDRY CASE NO. 04-67609 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS -------------------------------- ------------------- ABB ROBOTICS 12,400.00 ABEL, JOHN N. 1,438.29 ACTIVATION, INC. 24,254.95 ADECCO EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 2,131.20 ADP INC 2,835.40 ADULT PROBATION OFFICE 1,935.08 AETNA US HEALTHCARE 9,015.92 AIR SPECIALIST INC 280.19 AIRGAS DRY ICE 395.00 AIRGAS SOUTH INC. 978.31 ALABAMA CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT 13,740.92 ALABAMA CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT 362.50 ALLEGRA PRINT & IMAGING 84.53 ALLEN RICHIE 1,088.54 ALLEN, JOHN F. 1,024.37 ALLIED MINERAL PRODUCTS INC 12,930.00 AMERICAN BUSINESS FORMS 9,324.33 AMERICAN COLLOID COMPANY 202,123.25 AMERICAN EYE CARE 905.55 AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE 214.39 AMERICAN FOUNDRY SOCIETY 84.00 APPLIED SOFTWARE 636.65 ATHLETIC DEPT. 598.32 ATMOS ENERGY 154,587.47 AUTOMATED BUSINESS MACHINES 682.00 BARLOWORLD HANDLING LP 35,686.08 BEARDSLEY & PIPER, LLC 91.00 BEAUFORT COUNTY FAMILY COURT 253.08 BECK & ASSOCIATES 1,425.00 BHA GROUP 114.41 BHA GROUP INC 2,026.65 BIRMINGHAM CRANE & HOIST, 37,651.49 BROADSPIRE SERVICES INC 23,880.04 C.A. PICARD SURFACE ENGIN 12,221.04 CAIL TOOL & MACHINERY, INC. 2,653.60 CAMERON & BARKLEY CO. 1,662.13 CARLA DEVITA REED 600.00 CARRIER VIBRATING EQUIPMENT, I 3,209.22 CBI LEASING INC #1 11,710.11 CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE 23,934.90 CHEMSEARCH 1,049.67 CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT, FSR 1,606.00 CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT, FSR 450.00 CINTAS CORP. 6,023.90 CLAREDON TEXTILES INC. 7,835.98 CLEARINGHOUSE 332.52 CLERK OF MUNICIPAL COURT 470.42 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 498.40 COASTAL ENERGY 19,105.65 COBB WIRE ROPE & SLING CO. 1,222.52 COLUMBUS FIRE & SAFETY EQUIP 178.58
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COLUMBUS FOUNDRY CASE NO. 04-67609 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS -------------------------------- ------------------- COLUMBUS INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 1,691.05 COLUMBUS RUBBER & GASKET, INC. 192.00 COLUMBUS WATER WORKS 8,608.31 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL DISTRI 893.45 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVIC 27,292.00 CONVERGED NETWORKS 9,900.00 CONVEYOR DYNAMICS 3,634.86 CORINNE T. HURST/CIRCUIT C 151.00 CRAWFORD VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT 100.00 CRAYTON, GEORGE 324.38 CURTIS REDDING 1,428.00 DANIELS, RICHARD 450.92 DAUBER COMPANY, INC. 14,112.00 DAVID J JOSEPH COMPANY 332,955.70 DEFENDER SERVICES INC 18,993.44 DENNY ENTERPRISES 512.00 DIDION INTERNATIONAL INC 77,718.12 DISAMATIC 29,594.80 DYNAMIC AIR INC. 151.07 E COHN COMPANY, INC. 1,575.00 EAGLITE CHEMICALS 10,146.00 EARTHLINK INC 23.95 EAST COAST INDUSTRIAL TIRE 3,552.49 EBCO BATTERY CO 389.31 EDDIE WILLIAMS 8,136.16 EDWARD E. RIFFLE 375.00 ELECTRIC MELTING SRVCES SW INC 4,123.63 ELEVATOR SERVICE COMPANY 184.79 ELKEM METALS, INC. 105,977.97 ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY CORP 73.30 ETA ENGINEERING, INC. 1,242.00 EXCEL 491.00 F & B AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE 890.78 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY FSR 40,077.60 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES 1,231.00 FISHER SCIENTIFIC CO. 2,811.80 FLETCHER OIL INC. 5,553.50 FORKLIFTS PLUS, INC. 386.58 FORTNEY, LEE 573.64 FREEMAN MFG. & SUPPLY CO. 1,502.19 G E CAPITAL 005 9,255.00 G E CAPITAL 006 16,229.76 G E CAPITAL 007 9,903.92 G E CAPITAL 008 7,553.13 GA AUTOMATION CO. INC. 941.69 GA VALVE & FITTING CO. 232.80 GEMS SENSORS DIVISION 222.24 GENERAL KINEMATICS 4,502.48 GENTRY MACHINE WORKS, INC. 44,096.78 GEORGIA POWER 716,294.49 GEORGIA POWER CO 44.60 GEORGIA TECH 225.00
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COLUMBUS FOUNDRY CASE NO. 04-67609 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS -------------------------------- ------------------- GLENN PETRIK 169.53 GLOBAL DOSIMRY SOLUTIONS INC 113.90 GLOBE METALLURGICAL INC 237,953.10 GRAYLINK 592.98 GWINNETT MAGISTRATE COURT 971.96 HA INTERNATIONAL LLC 26,634.56 HAMILTON STATION APTS 2,600.00 HARMON, DOUG 2,563.26 HARTLEY CONTROLS INC. 1,666.00 HARTZ CHICKEN 123.39 HASLER MAILING SYSTEMS 174.96 HERAEUS ELECTRO-NITE CO. 624.67 HOUGHTON INTERNATIONAL 5,235.34 HUGHES SUPPLY, INC. 15,120.00 IFCO INDUSTRIAL CONTAINER 683.09 IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS 522.06 INDUCTOTHERM CORP. 20,608.73 INDUSTRIAL 1 SUPPLY CO. 30,245.52 INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS 279.74 INDUSTRIAL COMBUSTION SVCE INC 5,105.50 INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTING SERVICE 11,792.69 INDUSTRIAL METAL FABRICATORS 19,006.00 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 778.00 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 320.00 INTERNATIONAL TREASURER-USAW 13,003.63 INTERSTATE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY 50,386.58 JESS W. JACKSON & ASSOCIATES 14,544.46 JOHN H. GERMERAAD, TRUSTEE 475.00 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 479.78 JOSLYN HI-VOLTAGE CORP. 3,829.60 KEITH'S LOCK & KEYS 33.00 KENNETH T. LARSON 255.07 KENT RUDBECK 8,224.42 KNOX PEST CONTROL 108.00 KRAUTKRAMER BRANSON, INC. 3,610.50 LABCORP OF AMERICA HOLDINGS 766.25 LAEMPE + REICH CORPORATION 570.89 LAKE, STEVE 49.10 LAND TRANSPORTATION 151,090.20 LARPEN METALLURGIAL SERVICE 125,280.00 LEADING EDGE 25,300.00 LINA 296.00 LINDE GAS LLC 5,659.87 LORAMENDI, INC 806.74 MANPOWER 3,412.36 MARTIN BROTHERS CONTAINERS 7,653.58 MAYS, DANNY J. 49.33 MCI 809.23 MCI CONFERENCING 124.78 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO 992.70 METALDYNE 7,213.50 METOKOTE CORPORATION 91,619.50
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COLUMBUS FOUNDRY CASE NO. 04-67609 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS -------------------------------- ------------------- MICHAEL SMITH 2,088.00 MIDWEST INSTRUMENT COMPANY 1,200.50 MIKE GRAY 135.58 MIKE WINDISH 4,229.67 MILLER AND COMPANY LLC 49,766.02 MILLER LANDSCAPING 700.00 MODERN EQUIPMENT CO 2,532.34 MOTION INDUSTRIES, INC. 33,296.07 MT SYSTEMS, INC 1,041.58 NATIONAL AFFILIATED TECHNOLOGI 1,595.00 NATIONAL BELT SERVICE, INC 24,979.60 NC CHILD SUPPORT CENTRALIZED 271.00 NEW MOUNTAIN HILL ATHLETIC 500.00 NEWARK ELECTRONICS 412.27 NEWCO 17,606.42 NOBLE COUNTY CLERK 1,560.01 NOBLE SALES 17,634.48 NORFOLK SOUTHERN CORPORATION 80,000.00 NORTH COLUMBUS PHARMACY 97.50 NORTHSIDE H.S. SOCCER 250.00 OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE OF 1,594.00 ODYSSEY PRINTING & GRAPHICS 3,150.66 OFFICE DEPOT CREDIT PLAN 394.43 OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 504.00 OHIO CSPC 765.92 OMNISOURCE COPPER 30,200.00 OMNISOURCE CORPORATION - STEEL $ 2,473,513.25 OVERBY COMPANY, THE 6,595.40 PARMER WATER COMPANY 27.82 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES CORP PAYMENT) 1,898,144.26 PENSION BENEFIT QUARANTY CORP. 12,654.00 PERFECT PATTERNS INC. 115,145.00 PIEDMONT FOUNDRY SUPPLY, INC. 3,339.32 PIEDMONT NATIONAL CORPORATION 812.71 PINE HOLLOW, INC. 16,720.00 PINSON VALLEY HEAT TREAT 675.00 POSTMASTER 892.00 POWERMOTION 2,699.27 PREFERRED SOURCING 24,851.25 PRIMETRADE, INC. 1,007,742.96 PROVIDENT LIFE & ACCIDENT INS. 6,953.47 PRYOR GIGGEY COMPANY 3,457.20 QUALI-FAB. INC. 4,620.00 RADIO WHOLESALE MARKETING 1,647.01 RAY RENTS, INC. 38.32 REAVES WRECKING 1,000.00 REFRACTORY SALES & SERVICE CO. 16,749.60 REYNOLDS SUPPLY CO. 6,267.63 RICHARD DANIELS 149.75 ROBERTS SINTO CORPORATION 145.85 ROCKWELL AUTOMATION 335.84 RODGERS METAL CRAFT, INC. 16,705.91
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COLUMBUS FOUNDRY CASE NO. 04-67609 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS -------------------------------- ------------------- ROURA IRON WORKS, INC. 18,400.00 RUSS THUROW 6,000.00 SAFETY SOUTH 7,608.49 SAFETY-KLEEN CORP. 1,581.82 SAM'S WELDING 2,925.00 SCORE, INC 15,620.00 SERVICIOS INDUSTRIALES PRECISO 5,400.98 SHAW GOLF BOOSTER CLUB 440.00 SHEMWELL, DAVID 749.77 SHEPARD NILES 9,879.51 SHERRIE FAYE LANDRY 650.00 SHOES 'N COMPANY 3,172.23 SIMPSON TECHNOLOGIES 757.00 SMITH GRAY ELECTRIC CO., INC. 12,495.42 SMITH, MIKE 2,974.69 SOUTHEASTERN TESTING LAB, INC. 29.75 SOUTHERN COPPER & SUPPLY CO. 878.50 SOUTHERN STATES TOYOTALIFT 7,814.04 SOUTHLAND CHEMICAL 82.13 SPAR SPECIALTY REFRACTORIES 12,672.00 SPECIALTY CARBIDE PRODUCTS 306.50 SPX CONTECH 1,171.38 STAFFING SOLUTIONS, COLUMBUS 408.00 STATE COURT OF GWINNETT CTY 891.35 STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT 2,771.27 STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT 437.67 STATE OF FLORIDA DISBURSMENT 821.84 SUPREME CORES OF THE CAROLINAS 12,461.50 TECHNICAL SERVICES GROUP INC 6,000.00 TECHNO 3,279.23 TELEDYNE ISCO,INC 153.10 TENNANT SALES & SERVICE CO 222.83 THE BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER 360.00 THE LUNCH BOX 400.00 THE MODAL SHOP 357.29 THE NEW KEIBLER-THOMPSON CO. 3,509.50 THORNTON, JOSEPH 400.00 TOOLING & EQUIPMENT INTERNAT'L 280.00 TRANS-MAN LOGISTICS, INC. 37,677.10 TRIPLE M MANUFACTURING, INC. 12,060.00 TRU KUT INC 1,873.29 TUBE CITY, INC. 267,865.93 U.S. DEPT OF EDUCATION 296.18 UMETCO, INC 94,500.00 UNEEDA GLASS 345.78 UNIFRAX 20,766.72 UNIMIN CORPORATION 20,997.90 UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE INC 2,882.40 UNITED RENTALS, INC. 1,495.96 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE 1,000.00 UNITED WAY CHATTAHOOCHEE CTY 1,009.74 VALLEY PLUMBING COMPANY 520.00
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COLUMBUS FOUNDRY CASE NO. 04-67609 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------------- ------------------- VESUVIUS U.S.A. 19,425.29 VICTORIA BODLEY 200.00 VOLVO RENTS 4,413.98 VULCAN ELECTRO COATING 25,043.25 VULCAN ENGINEERING CO. 13,661.11 WAMPFLER 82.03 WANG, JAMES 813.57 WARD, WILLIAM H. 554.30 WARNER PAINT & DECORATING CENT 1,138.91 WARR GRADING CONTRACTOR 21,840.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT 5,419.40 WEAVER, ROBERT W 857.86 WHEELABRATOR ABRASIVES, INC. 39,480.00 WHEELABRATOR INTERNATIONAL 29,722.96 WILLIAM A.KIBBE & ASSOCIATES 2,475.00 WILLS ENTERPRISES, INC. 8,240.51 WINGATE INN 408.70 YELLOW CAB OF COLUMBUS INC. 24.90 YELLOW CORP 159.67 ------------------- $ 9,757,998.38
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COLUMBUS FOUNDRY CASE NO. 04-67609 AT 2/28/05 COLUMBUS FOUNDRY - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 683,685.87 Georgia Sales Tax EFT booked in March (37,861.22) Georgia Child Support EFT booked in March (19,559.05) Misc Reconciling Items Adjusted in March 2,009.75 ------------ 628,275.35 Unadjusted GL Balance 628,275.35 ------------ Difference $ - ============
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COLUMBUS FOUNDRY OUTSTANDING CHECK LIST CASE NO. 04-67609 [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING 10/15/04 15522 308.38 10/20/04 15599 270.84 12/2/04 16428 270.84 1/7/05 17162 20.00 1/26/05 17527 1,450.85 2/2/05 17627 1,663.85 2/2/05 17644 159.67 2/25/05 17652 1,495.96 2/8/05 17806 516.50 2/11/05 17869 14,175.90 2/11/05 17872 341.00 2/11/05 17883 12,733.00 2/11/05 17893 100.00 2/11/05 17899 33.00 2/15/05 17915 23,320.43 2/15/05 17926 901.00 2/15/05 17935 3,609.80 2/15/05 17945 689.50 2/15/05 17962 2,150.40 2/15/05 17978 250.00 2/15/05 17980 149.75 2/17/05 18007 3,701.13 2/17/05 18009 146.45 2/17/05 18012 1,495.70 2/17/05 18019 1,611.00 2/17/05 18035 2,309.06 2/17/05 18042 9,728.80 2/17/05 18045 1,935.08 2/17/05 18046 13,740.92 2/17/05 18048 253.08 2/17/05 18051 450.00 2/17/05 18052 332.52 2/17/05 18053 470.42 2/17/05 18054 498.40 2/17/05 18056 151.00 2/17/05 18060 778.00 2/17/05 18062 135.58 2/17/05 18063 271.00 2/17/05 18064 765.92 2/17/05 18067 891.35 2/17/05 18068 821.84 2/17/05 18069 296.18 2/17/05 18073 40,077.60 2/23/05 18079 12,400.00 2/23/05 18080 2,131.20 2/23/05 18083 1,225.73 2/23/05 18084 1,670.40 2/23/05 18085 1,049.67 2/23/05 18087 919.85 2/23/05 18089 2,886.00 2/23/05 18090 422.50 2/23/05 18091 85.00 2/23/05 18093 386.58 2/23/05 18094 627.68 2/23/05 18096 186.40 2/23/05 18097 10,752.00 2/23/05 18098 7,131.00 2/23/05 18099 279.74 2/23/05 18100 7,471.52 2/23/05 18103 11,043.43 2/23/05 18106 13,049.96 2/23/05 18108 115.57 2/23/05 18109 4,200.00 2/23/05 18111 758.29 2/23/05 18112 3,456.00 2/23/05 18113 1,200.50 2/23/05 18114 314.92 2/23/05 18115 400.43 2/23/05 18116 9,508.96 2/23/05 18117 1,595.00 2/23/05 18118 17,112.42 2/23/05 18119 2,078.48 2/23/05 18120 1,615.33 2/23/05 18121 520.89 2/23/05 18122 3,670.00 2/23/05 18123 5,721.25 2/23/05 18124 1,375.07 2/23/05 18126 7,810.00 2/23/05 18128 878.50 2/23/05 18129 306.50 2/23/05 18130 6,000.00 2/23/05 18134 2,635.69 2/23/05 18136 18,776.37 2/23/05 18137 780.00 2/23/05 18139 73.30 2/23/05 18142 8,601.09 2/23/05 18143 225.00 2/23/05 18145 500.00 2/23/05 18146 12,654.00 2/23/05 18150 813.57 2/23/05 18151 408.70 2/23/05 18152 5,118.68 2/23/05 18154 59,092.99 2/23/05 18155 76,854.12 2/23/05 18160 38,001.29 2/23/05 18161 37,000.00 2/25/05 18167 199.66 2/25/05 18169 893.45 2/25/05 18170 491.00 2/25/05 18171 123.39 2/25/05 18172 5,424.18 2/25/05 18173 189.29 2/25/05 18174 6,961.20 2/25/05 18175 15,573.43 2/25/05 18176 4,048.74 2/25/05 18177 285.11 2/25/05 18178 9,015.92 2/25/05 18179 69.54 2/25/05 18180 13,003.63 2/25/05 18181 49.10 2/25/05 18182 1,044.00 2/25/05 18183 35.86 2/25/05 18184 1,434.15 2/25/05 18186 1,009.74 2/25/05 18192 5,684.80 2/25/05 18193 1,395.35 2/25/05 18194 11,710.11 2/25/05 18195 99.79 2/25/05 18197 113.90 2/25/05 18198 438.27 2/25/05 18199 522.06 2/25/05 18201 108.00 2/25/05 18202 660.00 2/25/05 18203 2,235.05 2/25/05 18204 160.68 2/25/05 18205 6,030.00 2/25/05 18206 275.00 2/25/05 18207 5,111.10 2/25/05 18208 39,927.10 ------------ $ 683,685.87
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: COLUMBUS FOUNDRY, L.P. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67609 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly ________ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ ________ Life Insurance _______ ________ Retirement ________ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ ________ Travel _______ ________ Other Benefits _______ ________ Total Benefits _______ ________ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ ________ Loans _______ ________ Other (Describe) _______ ________ Other (Describe) _______ ________ Other (Describe) _______ ________ Total Other Payments _______ ________ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Columbus Foundry, L.P. Case Number: 04-67609 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------------- -------------- ----------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67612 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated:MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts --------------------------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- --------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp.and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the month Ended 2-28-2005 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE #04-67612 DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS ------------------------------------ Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------- Net Sales $ 7,349 $ 35,558 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight 2,593 12,098 Wages - Hourly 1,422 6,620 Wages-Salary 154 733 Employee Benefits and Pension 799 4,010 Repairs & Maintenance 448 2,038 Supplies 125 572 Utilities 244 1,354 Purchased Components/Services - - Income(loss) from Pattern Sales 72 802 Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense - - Travel & Entertainment 4 14 Other Variable Costs 450 2,061 Depreciation & Amortization 697 3,187 Other Allocated Fixed Costs 256 1,755 Other Fixed Costs 133 654 ------------- ------------------- Cost of Goods Sold 7,397 35,898 Gross Profit (48) (340) Plant SG&A Expense - (7) SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) 257 1,234 Other Operating Expenses - 518 ------------- ------------------- Total Operating Expenses 257 1,745 Operating Profit (305) (2,085) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) (220) (872) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - - ------------- ------------------- Total Non-Operating Expenses (220) (872) Income Before Income Taxes (525) (2,957) Income Tax Expense 33 41 ------------- ------------------- Net Income ($ 558) ($ 2,998) ============= ===================
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February --------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) --------- $ 2,060 ========= Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. [Download Table] Allocation: Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 --------- Total $ 2,060 =========
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE #04-67612 DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS -------------- Cash And Equivalents $ 23 Accounts Receivable 14,142 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 4 Inventories 13,741 Other Current Assets 1,541 -------------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 29,451 Land and Buildings 16,395 Machinery & Equipment 59,181 Construction In Progress 963 -------------- Total Fixed Assets 76,539 Accumulated Depreciation (42,556) -------------- NET FIXED ASSETS 33,983 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 39,064 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 0 -------------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 102,498 ============== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 1,763 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 305 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 750 -------------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 2,818 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 0 Accrued Workers Comp. 985 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 -------------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 985 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 6,514 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 -------------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 6,514 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 3,863 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 64 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 1,099 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 1,348 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 0 Minority Interest 0 -------------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 16,691 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 110,000 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (21,195) Retained Earnings - Post Petition (2,998) Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 -------------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY 85,807 -------------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 102,498 ==============
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. CASE #04-67612 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 01/31/05 Withheld Deposits 02-28-05 --------- ----------- ---------- ----------- Income tax withheld: Federal ($ 50,059) ($ 176,825) $ 175,622 ($ 51,263) Income tax withheld: State (15,805) (55,698) 55,302 (16,201) Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld (39,252) (137,436) 136,676 (40,012) Employers FICA (39,252) (137,436) 136,676 (40,012) Unemployment Tax: Federal (3,378) (11,312) 11,505 (3,185) Unemployment Tax: State (13,511) (45,248) 46,019 (12,740) All Other Payroll W/H (62,552) (174,218) 160,171 (76,599) State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise (2,418) (46,055) 5,830 (42,643) Property Taxes (38,289) (38,289) 0 (76,577) Workers Compensation (390,668) 150,142 (148,992) (389,519) --------- ----------- ---------- ----------- Total ($655,183) ($ 672,376) $ 578,808 ($ 748,751) Wages and Salaries (241,647) (1,300,856) 1,237,216 (305,288) --------- ----------- ---------- ----------- Grand Total ($896,831) ($1,973,232) $1,816,024 ($1,054,039) ========= =========== ========== =========== Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $ 1,762,847 $ 1,739,853 $ 22,073 $ 920 Accounts Receivable $14,141,826 $12,809,294 $269,637 $ 1,062,895
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT [Enlarge/Download Table] CASE # 04-67612 DIVERSIFIED DIE MAKERS (MONROE) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOCKBOX ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX 672976 DEPOSIT AP AP CHECKING CHECKING ACCOUNT # 5402530991 1851811313 3473589977 2770721732 2176982854 5045182027 5970758593 BANK Stan Fed Comerica Bank Of America Stan Fed Comerica Bank Of America UMB Bank ---------- ---------- --------------- ---------- ---------- --------------- ---------- BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - - - 21,526 32 RECEIPTS 58,614 5,456,325 30,145.97 - - - - TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - - - 1,558,298 - - DIP INFLOW - - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - (800.92) - (1,558,298) - (12) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) (58,614) (5,456,325 (29,345.05) - - - - DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - - ------- ---------- ---------- ----- ---------- ------ --- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - 0 - - 21,526 20 [Enlarge/Download Table] CASE # 04-67612 DIVERSIFIED DIE MAKERS (MONROE) ------------------------------------------------------------ ACCOUNT TYPE PR PR BENEFITS ACCOUNT # 2770721740 2176983043 688486 - INACTIVE BANK Stan Fed Comerica Bank One TOTAL ---------- ---------- ----------------- ---------- BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - 21,559 RECEIPTS - - - 5,545,085 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - 947,919 - 2,506,217 DIP INFLOW - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - (947,919) - (2,507,030) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) - - - (5,544,284) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - -------- -------- --------- ---------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - 21,546 MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 3,583,661 CHECKS ISSUED 1,631,025 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 1,560,374 ---------- TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $6,775,060 ========== OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 270,973 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 - CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 1,631,025 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (1,558,298) ---------- OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 343,699 ==========
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DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67612 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------------ ------------------- A & S PRINTING SERVICE 13,799.12 A. RAYMOND INC 1,511.14 AAF INTERNATIONAL 80.77 ABB INC. 1,649.00 ABBOTT SUPPLY LLC 1,198.41 ACHESON COLLOIDS COMPANY 3,267.00 ADAMS MACHINERY MOVERS INC 2,040.00 ADECCO EMPLOYMENT SERVICES 68,714.74 ALBERT BUSS 178.87 ALCOA FASTENING SYSTEMS 2,346.09 ALCOA INC. 4,960.00 ALLEGHENY COATINGS 1,295.94 ALRO MASCO ST. LOUIS 3,156.50 ALTORFER MACHINERY COMPANY 814.01 AMERICAN METAL CHEMICAL CORP 297.00 APPLEBEE TREE FLOWERS & GIFTS 282.53 AREA DISTRIBUTORS INC. 199.06 AROBOTECH SYSTEMS INC 1,486.60 ART FUEMMELER 15.00 ASI - DATAMYTE 312.68 AT&T 23.42 ATMOS ENERGY 3,240.31 AWERKAMP MACHINE CO. 552.73 B.C. MacDONALD & COMPANY 456.01 BALZERS TOOL COATING INC. 25.11 BANK OF AMERICA 7,091.07 BANNER MACHINE TOOL&SUPPLY CO 291.41 BARNES INTERNATIONAL, INC. 260.00 BDC, INC. 5,527.97 BENT TUBE, INC. 4,255.39 BEVERLY DIECKMAN 130.95 BFI QUINCY 2,221.64 BIJUR LUBRICATING CORPORATION 17.93 BIRDSALL TOOL & GAGE 285.00 BLEIGH READY MIX CO. 998.41 BOBBI HUDSON 15.38 BODLE DIAMOND INDUSTRIES 156.50 BOKUM TOOL COMPANY, INC. 208.98 BOULEVARD PROPERTIESM, LLC. 821.25 BOXES, INC. 11,260.00 BRAD MURPHY 72.62 BRAHLER'S TRUCKERS SUPPLY INC 392.19 BRENT DUDGEON (employee) 886.81 BUCKMAN'S CONVENIENCE STORE 1,755.70 BYRON McLELLAND 75.00 CALIFORNIA INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 13,042.26 CAMCAR TEXTRON 9,539.06 CANFIELD & JOSEPH, INC. 134.38 CAPE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY, INC. 6,210.99 CARL HAYS (employee) 15.00 CAROLYN A. GRAINGER 3,153.50 CASTING EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY 900.00
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DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67612 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------------ ------------------- CASTOOL TOOLING SOLUTIONS 14,494.00 CATHERINE HIRNER 200.00 CENTRAL WELDING SUPPLIES, INC. 25,271.67 CENTURYTEL 3,992.07 CHARLIE PORTER 24.50 CHARLIE SMOOT (employee) 101.25 CHEM-TREND INCORPORATED 15,503.61 CHINN ENTERPRISES, LLC 18,164.00 CHRISTY REFRACTORIES COMPANY 355.44 CITY OF MONROE CITY 128,823.07 CITY OF SHELBINA 986.88 CLEAN WATER SOLUTIONS 87.47 COMETALS 454,745.10 COMMON SENSE ENTERPRISES 190.00 CONNIE BARNARD (employee) 22.50 CONTAINER DISTRIBUTERS INC 6,078.20 CONTROL-AIR, INC. 1,222.82 COORSTEK, INC. 7,109.72 COPPER & BRASS SALES 204.84 CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO 830.42 CREST PRODUCTS INC 4,274.00 CROSS HULLER DRILLUNIT 584.52 CROWN LINEN SERVICE, INC. 2,190.56 DAN FOSTER (employee) 382.40 DANA CORPORATION 250,542.00 DANIEL SKAGGS 897.48 DAVIS TOOL & DIE $ 334,077.00 DEAD SEA MAGNESIUM LTD 779,645.16 DEBBIE LEWIS 75.00 DENNY MOSS 34.50 DIEMER & ASSOCIATES 8,788.52 DISA GOFF, INC. 517.46 DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS(employee related) 763.01 DOALL COMPANY 533.68 DOMINO AMJET INC 73.96 DON HAYS (employee) 467.13 DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC. 152.72 EASTERN ALLOYS 136,468.81 EFD, INC. 115.22 E-JAY THERMO PRODUCTS, INC. 317.03 ELECTROCHEM, INC. OF MO 1,828.50 ELECTRODES, INC. 1,052.29 ENGINEERED FINISING CORP 360.80 ENGINEERED LUBRICANTS CO. 12,554.79 ENGINEERED PRODUCTS 1,504.30 ENGINEERED SALES 369.20 FANUC ROBOTICS NORTH AMERICA 877.48 FANUC, USA CORP 4,764.00 FASTENAL COMPANY 1,701.49 FedEx 355.86 FIRST BANKCARD 256.50 FLO-PRODUCTS COMPANY 95.98 FRANK FLORI EQUIPMENT CO. 266.79
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DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67612 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------------ ------------------- FRENCH GERLEMAN ELECTRIC CO. 10,272.14 FREUDENBERG - NOK 10,148.00 FS MIDWEST 5,900.00 G&H DIVERSIFIED MFG, L.P. 6,676.00 G.S. ROBINS AND COMPANY 685.43 GARFIELD ALLOYS, INC. 7,200.00 GARY SHOEMAKER 37.50 GARY YAGER 546.03 GASKET & SEAL FABRIC. INC. 37.59 GATEWAY METALS INC. 7,184.54 GATEWAY PHARMACY 402.18 GDC, INC. 339.57 GE CAPITAL 8,219.96 GETZ FIRE EQUIPMENT CO. 10,547.96 GIBBS 1,215.00 GOAD COMPANY 326.70 GRAINGER 6,001.35 GRAVOGRAPH 71.53 GREENFIELD COMMERCIAL CREDIT 1,175.00 GREG COOPER 352.71 GREG FARR 48.18 GULLY TRANSPORATION 550.00 HANNIBAL BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 28,582.18 HANNIBAL CLINIC INC 40.00 HANNIBAL COURIER-POST 274.40 HANNIBAL REGIONAL HOSPITAL 150.00 HANNIBAL VISION CENTER 232.00 HARCOURT ASSESMENT INC 166.47 HARTWIG, INC. 3,664.39 HEIMER CONSTRUCTION 2,315.00 HEINTZ ELECTRIC COMPANY 184.52 HELCO PRECISION TOOLS & GAGES 348.22 HENKEL LOCTITE CORPORATION 1,165.08 HILLYARD FLOOR CARE SUPPLY 6,676.49 HTE TECHNOLOGIES 13,320.72 iCONNECT 100.40 IDG USA, LLC 5,990.84 IDRAPRINCE, INC. 28,744.31 ILLINI ENVIRONMENTAL INC. 8,000.00 INDUSTRIAL FINISHING SERVICES 28,176.08 INDUSTRIAL INNOVATIO 207.39 INDUSTRIAL STRAINER COMPANY 1,802.79 INSIGHT/HARDDRIVES INT'L. 323.40 IOSSO METAL PROCESSES 675.00 IOWA MACHINERY & SUPPLY 615.85 ISA, INC 3,005.59 JACKSON BROS-HEARTLAND 2,698.40 JAMES KAYLOR 75.00 JASON DEXTER 75.00 JASON STARK (employee) 48.75 JEFF HESS 40.58 JOE MCCLURE 51.75 JOE MORRIS 120.95
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DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67612 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------------ ------------------- JOHN HENRY FOSTER CO. 1,297.77 JOHN LONG 91.13 KENNETH BAKER 75.00 KEVIN BICHSEL (employee) 88.75 KEVIN PETERS (employee) 139.10 KEVIN SPALDING 93.07 KEYENCE CORP OF AMERICA 23,205.00 L.N. BROSS 10,817.19 LACQUEMENT SCALE & EQUIP. CO. 675.00 LEANDER LUBRICANTS 471.35 LISA MARTIN (employee) 246.41 LISA OBERT (employee) 210.06 LISA YAGER 45.00 LOGAN A. GRESHAM CO. 1,153.14 LOWRY COMPUTER PRODUCTS INC 365.88 LUBY EQUIPMENT SERVICES 1,544.30 M.A. ALTRUP COMPANY 87.25 MALCOM CO 304.38 MANPOWER 15,168.59 MARK ADAMS 597.43 MARK TWAIN SUPPLY CO. 14,790.91 MARLON BUSINESS FORMS 290.13 MARTIN'S TRUE VALUE HARDWARE 532.30 MARVEL ENGINEERING COMPANY 88.34 MARVIN HALLEMEYER 96.00 MC MACHINERY SYSTEMS, INC. 327.08 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY COMPANY 201.29 MEHRA TUBE INC 7,200.00 MERRICK MACHINERY CO. 1,715.71 METAL-MATIC, INC. 24,790.00 MFA OIL CO. 2,720.00 MICHAEL F BEGLEY 44.75 MID-AMERICAN PROD. INC 36,482.56 MIDLAND INDUSTRIES, INC. 115,961.96 MIDWEST INSTRUMENT CO. 140.71 MIKE BICHSEL (employee) 212.26 MINIATURE PRECISION COMPONENTS 1,547.10 MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 912.75 MISSOURI EMERGENCY 360.00 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMAT 1,120.93 MO. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 156.81 MOHLER MATERIAL HANDLING, I 2,127.95 MONROE AUTO PARTS 481.49 MONROE CITY SHELTER WORK SHOP 20,493.15 MONROE TIRE & BATTERY 96.00 MOTION INDUSTRIES, INC 11,514.26 MOYERS SERVICE CENTER & 387.85 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO. 1,786.93 MUNICIPAL TOOL & MACHINERY CO 435.35 MUNROE MATERIAL HANDLING 125.20 MVI, INC. 359.01 NALCO COMPANY 6,220.69 NATIONAL KARD 170.45
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DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67612 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------------ ------------------- NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL 601.60 NATIONAL TOOL AND MFG. CO. 211.54 NEFF POWER INC. 2,685.23 NEOPOST, INC. 468.39 NEWARK INONE 1,185.42 NORSK HYDRO CANADA INC 719,362.00 NORTHEAST MO MACHINE & PATTERN 320.00 NSK STEERING SYSTEMS 6,430.80 O.K. FASTENERS INC 349.92 ONEOK ENERGY MARKETING COMPANY 42,760.16 OVERHEAD DOOR CO. OF QUINCY 78.26 PALMYRA BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 46,684.07 PAMIDA 15.57 PATTY KISER 72.65 PAUL YOCHUM 75.00 PAULO PRODUCTS CO. 3,216.41 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES CORP PAYROLL) 1,560,374.06 PERRY MACHINE AND DIE INC. 90,932.66 PHELPS ASSOCIATES, INC. 276.36 PRECISION INTERNATIONAL CORP. 60.00 PRECISION TOOL COMPANY 1,330.15 PRISCILLA MONTGOMERY 68.95 PROFORMA 221.12 PROGRESSIVE COMPONENTS 704.88 PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE 12,781.59 PSYCHEMEDICS CORPORATION 1,677.00 PURCHASE PARTNERS 9,180.00 QST, INC. 2,856.19 QUINCY MEDICAL GROUP 101.00 QWEST COMMUNICATIONS 1,221.94 R.L. HOENER COMPANY 61.44 RADCO INDUSTRIES 5,591.00 RELIABLE TEMPS INC. 626.20 REMACOR, INC. 16,642.45 RES MANUFACTURING COMPANY 35,764.00 RIBACK SUPPLY CO. 334.95 RICH GREEN 75.00 RICHARD GREENE CO. 1,092.24 RIMROCK 2,533.59 ROBEY BUILDING SUPPLY, INC. 112.41 ROGER LIPP 96.00 RONALD V. HOUSE 175.57 ROTOR CLIP CO INC 419.25 RTD OFFICE PRODUCTS 542.15 RUDOLPH BROS & CO 3,449.28 SAFETY-KLEEN SYSTEMS 1,819.77 SARAH DOWELL 70.31 SBC 1,604.11 SCOTT SPECIAL TOOLS, INC. 7,267.51 SCOTT WILLIAMS (employee) 339.74 SEMCO, INC. 137.83 SHANNAHAN CRANE & HOIST, INC. 79.03 SHARP BROS. INC 1,150.00
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DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67612 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------------ ------------------- SHELLEY BUCKMAN (employee) 45.00 SHERYL HAYS (employee) 339.78 SILICON GRAPHICS, INC. 2,295.78 SKF LINEAR MOTION & PRECISION 3,772.09 SODICK, INC. 135.19 SOLUTIA INC 2,638.16 SOUND SOLUTIONS 98.09 SOUTHWEST PUMPS & FILTERS, INC 1,159.60 SOUTHWESTERN BELL 1,207.27 SPAN AMERICA, INC. 789.39 SPAN de MEXICO 350.00 SPAN MANUFACTURING 1,455.00 SPARTAN LIGHT METAL 29,192.20 SPECTRO ALLOYS CORP 215,095.00 SPHERION CORPORATION 3,127.20 SPINCRAFT 281.10 SPRINT 8,384.76 SSA GLOBAL 17,165.35 ST. LOUIS TESTING LAB, INC. 300.00 STERLING, INC. 377.82 STEWART REFRIGERATION 406.89 STRIPMATIC PRODUCTS INC 2,897.31 SUNNEN PRODUCTS COMPANY 182.32 SUNSOURCE 438.91 SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT INC 208.00 T.F. EHRHART COMPANY 1,320.14 TAPESWITCH CORP OF AMERICA 217.43 TAYLOR IND SERVICES HPM DIV. 437.94 TECHMIRE LTD 40.00 TECHMIRE USA 212.00 TECHNA TOOL & MACHINE CO INC. 470.54 TELESIS TECHNOLOGIES INC 213.47 TEMTRON, INC. 111.92 TENNANT 149.80 THE LAKE GAZETTE 116.00 THE ROBOT COMPANY 1,758.00 THE ST. LOUIS DISTRIBUTION 1,253.00 THE SU-DAN COMPANY 2,296.58 TIC-MS, INC. 1,626.00 TIEMANN INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 168.03 TIMKEN US CORPORATION 31,815.39 TINA MITCHELL 18.00 TINNERMAN PALNUT ENGINEERED 23,170.36 TOOLING ASSOCIATES 1,250.68 TOYOTA TSUSHO AMERICA INC 45,750.71 TRANSMAN 43,668.00 TRUTH HARDWARE 691.20 U.S. MAGNESIUM, LLC 724,018.30 U.S. POSTAL SERVICE 1,500.00 UGS 898.36 UNISOURCE WORLDWIDE INC. 33,915.08 UNITED ROBOTICS, INC. 4,137.66 UNITED STATES DRILL HEAD CO 853.39
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DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67612 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------------ ------------------- US FILTER/IONPURE, INC 5,041.65 VAC-U-MAX 138.45 VAN SHULTZ 75.00 VEKTEK INC 591.48 VIATRAN CORPORATION 848.82 VICTORY PACKAGING 12,305.14 VISI-TRAK WORLDWIDE, LLC 4,714.10 VONTHUN POWERWASHING 1,600.00 WESBELL DEDICATED ASSEMBLY LTD 6,027.50 WESTHOFF 174.91 WIESE PLANNING & ENGINEERING 5,648.36 WILLIAM A KIBBE & ASSOCIATES 405.00 WILLIAMS EQUIPMENT & ELECTRIC 826.51 WISE EL SANTO CO., INC. 2,664.45 -------------- $ 6,775,060.08
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DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67612 AT 2/28/05 MONROE - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding AP Checks 343,699.09 Actual Outstanding Payroll Checks 216,286.09 ------------ Total Outstanding Checks 559,985.18 Unadjusted GL Balance 559,985.18 ------------ Difference $ - ============
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DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67612 OUTSTANDING CHECKS [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING -------- ------ ----------- 10/5/04 337183 45.00 11/5/04 337674 35.76 11/5/04 337705 5.00 11/11/04 337789 158.49 11/16/04 337916 341.24 11/17/04 337930 454.88 12/29/04 338726 821.25 1/6/05 338925 33.57 1/21/05 339228 106.09 1/27/05 339264 1,602.30 2/4/05 339484 62.97 2/4/05 339506 6,430.80 2/11/05 339582 15.38 2/11/05 339629 15.00 2/11/05 339636 3,226.63 2/11/05 339685 42.13 2/14/05 339698 37.00 2/16/05 339705 46.35 2/17/05 339709 78.26 2/18/05 339734 118.50 2/18/05 339735 72.62 2/18/05 339737 514.52 2/18/05 339762 72.82 2/18/05 339778 2,156.42 2/18/05 339782 36.85 2/18/05 339783 75.00 2/18/05 339793 44.75 2/18/05 339796 83.72 2/18/05 339797 238.73 2/18/05 339798 66.19 2/18/05 339810 68.95 2/18/05 339819 542.15 2/18/05 339823 19.80 2/21/05 339849 8,354.32 2/22/05 339852 544.00 2/22/05 339853 60.00 2/23/05 339855 834.03 2/23/05 339862 45,394.16 2/23/05 339864 63.82 2/23/05 339866 14,400.89 2/23/05 339868 89.04 2/23/05 339869 177.65 2/24/05 339870 71.93 2/24/05 339871 550.00 2/24/05 339872 591.48 2/25/05 339878 4,051.06 2/25/05 339879 902.58 2/25/05 339880 80.77 2/25/05 339881 2,040.00 2/25/05 339882 22,424.79 2/25/05 339883 282.53 2/25/05 339884 23.42 2/25/05 339885 7,091.07 2/25/05 339886 75.41 2/25/05 339887 392.19 2/25/05 339888 708.68 2/25/05 339889 379.69 2/25/05 339890 134.38 2/25/05 339891 959.76 2/25/05 339892 120.00 2/25/05 339894 18,704.99 2/25/05 339895 3,992.07 2/25/05 339896 67.50 2/25/05 339897 4,080.00 2/25/05 339899 774.29 2/25/05 339900 497.42 2/25/05 339901 595.65 2/25/05 339902 75.49 2/25/05 339903 533.68 2/25/05 339904 152.72 2/25/05 339905 115.22 2/25/05 339906 1,828.50 2/25/05 339907 369.20 2/25/05 339908 551.40 2/25/05 339909 95.98 2/25/05 339910 2,275.11 2/25/05 339911 7,200.00 2/25/05 339912 18.75 2/25/05 339913 5,166.59 2/25/05 339914 4,109.98 2/25/05 339915 3,121.78 2/25/05 339916 326.70 2/25/05 339917 2,859.40 2/25/05 339918 48.75 2/25/05 339919 50.00 2/25/05 339920 166.47 2/25/05 339921 129.95 2/25/05 339922 31.19 2/25/05 339923 67.11 2/25/05 339924 2,798.28 2/25/05 339925 13,857.16 2/25/05 339926 2,000.00 2/25/05 339927 4,941.81 2/25/05 339929 1,190.42 2/25/05 339930 75.00 2/25/05 339931 51.75 2/25/05 339932 213.82 2/25/05 339933 88.75 2/25/05 339934 61.13 2/25/05 339935 4,798.37 2/25/05 339936 45.00 2/25/05 339937 1,153.14 2/25/05 339938 950.01 2/25/05 339939 8,009.79 2/25/05 339940 2,075.66 2/25/05 339941 160.00 2/25/05 339942 60.22 2/25/05 339943 544.00 2/25/05 339944 212.26 2/25/05 339945 338.00 2/25/05 339946 48.61 2/25/05 339947 10,568.40 2/25/05 339948 96.00 2/25/05 339949 2,079.48 2/25/05 339950 387.85 2/25/05 339951 166.31 2/25/05 339952 175.00 2/25/05 339953 435.35 2/25/05 339954 142.02 2/25/05 339955 1,712.54 2/25/05 339956 170.45 2/25/05 339957 1,768.33 2/25/05 339958 24,083.50 2/25/05 339959 704.88 2/25/05 339960 1,677.00 2/25/05 339961 1,941.19 2/25/05 339962 1,221.94 2/25/05 339963 34.35 2/25/05 339964 138.74 2/25/05 339965 1,018.11 2/25/05 339966 62.51 2/25/05 339967 1,149.76 2/25/05 339968 33.41 2/25/05 339969 58.01 2/25/05 339970 730.76 2/25/05 339971 30.00 2/25/05 339972 42.97 2/25/05 339973 1,207.27 2/25/05 339974 789.39 2/25/05 339975 1,455.00 2/25/05 339976 350.00 2/25/05 339977 1,620.80 2/25/05 339978 8,384.76 2/25/05 339979 148.00 2/25/05 339980 2,897.31 2/25/05 339982 246.43 2/25/05 339983 208.00 2/25/05 339984 40.00 2/25/05 339985 25.14 2/25/05 339986 116.00 2/25/05 339987 84.21 2/25/05 339988 1,187.34 2/25/05 339989 68.68 2/25/05 339990 1,500.00 2/25/05 339991 449.18 2/25/05 339992 767.48 2/25/05 339993 2,295.00 2/25/05 339994 129.91 2/25/05 339995 857.82 2/25/05 339996 843.01 2/25/05 339997 625.38 2/25/05 339998 837.99 2/25/05 339999 520.70 2/25/05 340000 6,078.20 2/28/05 340001 7,999.99 2/28/05 340002 204.25 2/28/05 340003 86.75 2/28/05 340004 481.60 2/28/05 340005 20,418.80 ------- ------ ----------- $343,699.09
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: DIVERSIFIED DIEMAKERS, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67612 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly ______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance ______ _______ Life Insurance ______ _______ Retirement ______ _______ Company Vehicle ______ _______ Entertainment ______ _______ Travel ______ _______ Other Benefits ______ _______ Total Benefits ______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid ______ _______ Loans ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Total Other Payment ______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly ______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 _____________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Diversified Diemakers, Inc. Case Number: 04-67612 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------------- -------------- ----------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67600 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts -------------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- -------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE #04-67600 GANTON TECHNOLOGIES ------------------------------------------ Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 6,622 $ 34,213 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight 1,648 8,603 Wages - Hourly 1,518 7,816 Wages-Salary 470 2,774 Employee Benefits and Pension 946 5,777 Repairs & Maintenance 115 581 Supplies 102 1,536 Utilities 417 1,920 Purchased Components/Services 750 4,255 Income(loss) from Pattern Sales 216 (255) Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense 8 42 Travel & Entertainment 21 71 Other Variable Costs 172 759 Depreciation & Amortization 77 1,121 Other Allocated Fixed Costs - - Other Fixed Costs 188 1,010 ------- ----------- Cost of Goods Sold 6,648 36,010 Gross Profit (26) (1,797) Plant SG&A Expense 20 108 SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) 168 804 Other Operating Expenses (391) 10,058 ------- ----------- Total Operating Expenses (203) 10,970 Operating Profit 177 (12,767) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) (152) (431) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - - ------- ----------- Total Non-Operating Expenses (152) (431) Income Before Income Taxes 25 (13,198) Income Tax Expense 9 56 ------- ----------- Net Income $ 16 ($ 13,254) ======= ===========
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) -------- $ 2,060 ======== Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. [Download Table] Allocation: Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 ------ Total $2,060 ======
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE #04-67600 -------------- GANTON TECHNOLOGIES -------------- Cash And Equivalents $ 38 Accounts Receivable 10,873 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 47 Inventories 5,509 Other Current Assets 1,306 --------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 17,773 Land and Buildings 12,390 Machinery & Equipment 42,189 Construction In Progress 647 --------- Total Fixed Assets 55,226 Accumulated Depreciation (34,947) --------- NET FIXED ASSETS 20,279 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 6,676 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 41 --------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 44,769 ========= LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 1,446 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 523 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 260 --------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 2,229 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 7 Accrued Property Taxes 0 Accrued Workers Comp. 1,121 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 --------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 1,128 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 9,693 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 --------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 9,693 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 3,998 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 31 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 1,457 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 4,066 Minority Interest 0 TOTAL LIABILITIES 22,602 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 160,000 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (124,579) Retained Earnings - Post Petition (13,254) Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 --------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY 22,167 --------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 44,769 =========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 GANTON TECHNOLOGIES (PULASKI) CASE #04-67600 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 --------- ---------- ---------- --------- Income tax withheld: Federal ($ 1,160) ($ 1,251) $ 1,160 ($ 1,251) Income tax withheld: State 0 0 0 0 Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld (973) (1,049) 973 (1,049) Employers FICA (973) (1,049) 973 (1,049) Unemployment Tax: Federal (102) (110) 102 (110) Unemployment Tax: State (827) (891) 827 (891) All Other Payroll W/H 0 0 0 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise (12,000) (1,904) 0 (13,904) Property Taxes (5,613) (7,800) 0 (13,413) Workers Compensation (9,833) 0 0 (9,833) --------- ---------- ------- --------- Total ($ 31,481) ($ 14,055) $ 4,035 ($ 41,501) Wages and Salaries (88,783) (105,017) 88,783 (105,017) --------- ---------- ------- --------- Grand Total ($120,264) ($ 119,072) $92,818 ($146,518) ========= ========== ======= ========= Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $ 456,203 $ 431,359 $ 23,096 $ 1,748 Accounts Receivable $3,811,338 $2,573,622 $205,131 $1,032,585
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PERIOD ENDED: 2/28/05 GANTON TECHNOLOGIES (RACINE) CASE #04-67600 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 ($ 179,499) $ 179,499 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State 0 (88,442) 87,542 (900) Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld 0 (122,532) 122,532 (0) Employers FICA 0 0 0 0 Unemployment Tax: Federal 0 0 0 0 Unemployment Tax: State 0 0 0 0 All Other Payroll W/H 0 0 0 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise (2,073) (7,228) 2,141 (7,160) Property Taxes (12,331) (12,501) 28,088 3,256 Workers Compensation (611,786) (100,000) 497,190 (214,596) ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------- Total ($ 626,190) ($ 510,203) $ 916,993 ($ 219,400) Wages and Salaries (412,269) (400,979) 395,569 (417,679) ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------- Grand Total ($1,038,459) ($ 911,182) $1,312,562 ($ 637,079) =========== ========== ========== ========== Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $ 990,438 $ 709,077 $ 2,546 $ 278,815 Accounts Receivable $7,674,416 $5,729,660 $128,550 $1,816,206
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 [Enlarge/Download Table] MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: CASE # 04-67600 GANTON TECHNOLOGIES (PULASKI) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX LOCKBOX 673017 AP LOCKBOX 77165 AP PR PR ACCOUNT # 5402699424 1851811388 2770721799 644113482 2176982953 2770721807 2176983100 Bank Stan Fed Comerica Stan Fed Bank One Comerica Stan Fed Comerica TOTAL BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - - - RECEIPTS - 102,059 - 10,957 0 - - 113,016 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - - - 572,276 - 473,722 1,045,999 DIP INFLOW - - - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - - - (572,276) - (473,722) (1,045,999) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) - (102,059) - (10,957) - - - (113,016) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - - - ------ -------- ------ ------- ---------- ------ -------- ---------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - - (0.00) MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 685,651 CHECKS ISSUED 727,322 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 424,440 ---------- TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $1,837,414 ========== OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 70,610 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 - CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 727,322 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (572,276) ---------- OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 225,656 ==========
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GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. (PULASKI) CASE NO. 04-67600 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------ ------------------- ABBOTT BALL COMPANY $ 399.42 ADVANCE PRODUCTS 372.86 AH ASSOCIATES 1,000.00 AIR DRAULICS ENGINEE 5,237.99 AIRGAS SOUTH (BOC GA 3,078.40 AL CAST COMPANY 86,161.50 ALABAMA CHILD SUPPORT 268.00 ALLEN WRIGHT MACHINING 250.00 ALLIED VAN LINES, IN 6,211.07 ALUMINUM RESOURCES I 38,517.41 AMCOR 304.16 AMERICAN CHEMICAL 26,837.20 AMERICAN QUALITY 20,814.50 ANIXTER PENTACON, IN 898.80 ATCO INDUSTRIES, INC 15,011.34 AUTOMATIC DATA PROCE 4,240.34 B & C INSTRUMENTS 485.00 BAILEY COMPANY 8,662.20 BANK OF FRANKEW 553.00 Barry Webster 153.00 BELLSOUTH 2,099.40 BG & R COMPANY 11,895.60 BI-LO / RED FOOD 79.48 BOSTON MUTUAL LIFE 2,554.93 Brooks Auto 199.09 C KENNETH STILL 340.00 C3 INTERNATIONAL 125.94 CARR LANE MANUFACTUR 248.51 Carrie Smith 361.61 CASTOOL 3,055.00 CENTRAL CHILD SUPPORT 4,072.04 CENTRO 856.53 CHEM STATION 1,425.72 CHILES OIL INC. 1,024.11 Chris Douthit 4,670.00 CINCINNATI FAN 991.41 CINDY WATSON 361.25 CINTAS CORPORATION 4,626.89 COLUMBIA MACHINE WOR 10,473.00 DEXPORT TOOL MFG. CO. 859.00 DIE CAST PRESS MFG CO IN 7,226.50 DIE-TECH WIRE TOOL I 16,000.00 DIVERSIFIED PRINTING 446.04 DIXIE COMPRESSOR & P 1,748.52 DOUBLE M INC 1,208.30 DUMBARTON TOOL, INC 1,968.12 EDWARDS XPRESS INC. 2,682.50 EEP GROUP 840.00 EMPIRE CNC SERVICES 5,333.39 Empire Refactory 39,759.46 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENC 630.00 Expedite Services 978.40 F.S. SPERRY 341.40 FIRST NATIONAL 8,288.34 FURNACE PARTS, LLC 684.64 GE BETZ, INC. 8,604.85 GENERAL SUPPLY CORP. 11,549.00 GILES COUNTY CHAMBER 530.00 GILES COUNTY CLERK 78,605.53 Global Exchange Serv 66.21
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GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. (PULASKI) CASE NO. 04-67600 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------ ------------------- HENRY E. HILDEBRAND, III 2,360.00 HILDRETH MANUFACTURI 2,757.04 IMCO RECYCLING 13,933.50 INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTO 1,295.00 INDUSTRIAL FINISHING 828.00 INTERMET 471.45 INTERNATIONAL QUALITY 621.00 J & K INDUSTRIAL SUP 347.23 J&J/INGAS PROPANE 1,070.00 J.M. JUDE ASSOCIATES 226.54 Jack Warren 389.21 J-COM EDI SERVICES 117.00 Jefferson Pilot Fina 1,480.95 Jefferson Pilot Fina 935.48 JEFFERSON SMURFIT CO 1,856.79 Jerry Colvin 150.00 JM FOREST PRODUCTS, 2,580.02 JUDY G CALLAHAN 361.32 KELSEY ELECTRIC 677.81 KENNAMETAL INC. 1,043.83 KEYENCE CORP. OF AMERICA 603.00 LAKESIDE MANUFACTURI 33,408.43 LANDAUER 235.74 LEWISBURG RUBBER AND 4,619.08 Lin Roe 1,250.00 LINDA TOMLIN 49.50 LIVINGSTON AND HAVEN 506.03 Lowell Glossup 99.14 Madison Travel 1,104.90 MAGID GLOVE/EQUITY I 630.07 MAGNA-TECH SE. 2,065.00 MANAR, INC. 10,933.52 MARTIN SUPPLY CO., INC. 2,831.93 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY 1,376.67 METAL MECHANICS 509.92 METOKOTE 7,651.13 METOKOTE CORPORATION 24,019.34 MG Electric 749.63 MICHIGAN MILL & ABRA 536.39 MIGUEL MEDINA 5,919.83 MIRSA 10,916.98 MSC IND. SUPPLY CO. 1,836.71 NEIL BARNHART 368.83 NEWCO, INC. 2,395.68 NEWSOM INDUSTRIES 4,680.00 PACKAGING FULFILLMEN 15,286.36 PARKER SEAL COMPANY 794.29 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES CORP PAYMENTS) 424,440.07 PEREZ SERVICES INC. 2,919.60 PHYSICIANS AND SURGE 136.00 PIONEER METAL FINISH 2,560.75 POSTMASTER 111.00 PPG INDUSTRIES 493.34 PRECISION MACHINERY 3,939.70 PRINCE MACHINE CORP 982.21 PROCLEAN SUPPLIES & 648.90 PROGRESSIVE COMPONENTS 3,572.07 PULASKI CITY RECORDE 14,807.00 PULASKI ELECTRIC, WA 95,944.34 PULASKI LUMBER COMPA 513.51
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GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. (PULASKI) CASE NO. 04-67600 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------- ------------------- PUTNAM INVESTMENTS 11,142.65 PYROTEK, INC. 8,824.79 QUAD STEEL CORPORATION 716.00 QUALITY MOLD 2,112.53 RANDSTAD 13,146.66 REC EXCAVATING 3,000.00 REFRACTORY ENGINEERS 1,976.83 REPUBLIC - LAGUN MACHINE 267.25 RIMROCK 11,772.02 RIVER TOOL TECH, INC 223.44 RIVERSBURG WELDING C 4,951.54 ROBERT W. HERR 17,949.82 ROSEMONT INDUSTRIES 1,887.50 SAFETY-KLEEN CORPORATION 1,313.19 Schaefer Group 749.32 SEI ENVIROMENTAL INC 735.00 SELECT FOODS INC. 229.95 SHEFFIELD MACHINE AN 6,200.00 SHERWIN WILLIAMS 115.01 SLOAN FLUID 269.50 SPARTAN WOOD PRODUCT 580.00 SPECTRO ALLOYS CORP 492,897.50 Sprint 26.95 SRI 4,264.71 STERICYCLE INC. 11.93 Steve Romick 1,526.32 SWIFT INDUSTRIAL POW 1,076.13 TAYLOR CONTROL 813.15 TAYLOR HOBSON 405.50 TENN.VALLEY RECYCLING LLC 1,016.28 Tim Doss 96.00 TN DEPT ENVIRONMENT & 600.00 Transman 54,322.01 UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP 185.00 VEKTEK, INC. 6,941.50 VERIZON WIRELESS 149.53 WATKINS TRUCKING, IN 90.00 WATSON'S OFFICE SUPP 3,220.26 WILLIAM H. DAY 1,500.00 WILSON TOOL & DIE 2,892.25 -------------- $ 1,837,413.68
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GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. CASE NO. 04-67600 AT 2/28/05 PULASKI - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 225,656.37 Total PR Outstanding Checks 35,767.47 Misc. reconiling items adjusted in March (537.84) ---------- Total Outstanding Checks 260,886.00 Unadjusted GL Balance 260,886.00 ---------- Difference $ - ==========
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GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. CASE NO. 04-67600 OUTSTANDING CHECKS (PULASKI) [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING 11/11/04 12952 770.00 11/30/04 13078 1,956.50 1/27/05 13487 687.63 2/8/05 13578 185.00 2/11/05 13620 712.86 2/11/05 13631 3,025.10 2/16/05 13654 8,096.28 2/16/05 13659 64.00 2/16/05 13660 49.50 2/16/05 13666 1,076.13 2/17/05 13672 679.20 2/17/05 13674 85.92 2/17/05 13675 248.51 2/17/05 13677 856.53 2/17/05 13679 103.17 2/17/05 13680 1,208.30 2/17/05 13682 840.00 2/17/05 13683 3,343.29 2/17/05 13685 2,757.04 2/17/05 13686 221.81 2/17/05 13688 90.33 2/17/05 13690 455.20 2/17/05 13695 5,115.04 2/17/05 13696 632.43 2/17/05 13697 148.97 2/17/05 13699 2,257.50 2/17/05 13702 4,680.00 2/17/05 13706 8,824.79 2/17/05 13707 814.83 2/17/05 13709 942.50 2/17/05 13712 1,856.79 2/17/05 13713 341.40 2/17/05 13716 600.00 2/17/05 13719 590.00 2/17/05 13720 606.77 2/22/05 13744 399.42 2/22/05 13745 131.67 2/22/05 13746 426.63 2/22/05 13748 368.58 2/22/05 13750 1,760.56 2/22/05 13751 3,295.70 2/22/05 13752 1,156.27 2/22/05 13753 1,836.71 2/22/05 13756 30,196.96 2/22/05 13757 31.32 2/24/05 13765 363.44 2/24/05 13766 3,751.02 2/24/05 13767 954.60 2/24/05 13768 250.00 2/24/05 13769 3,564.00 2/24/05 13770 304.16 2/24/05 13771 4,084.50 2/24/05 13772 720.00 2/24/05 13773 1,324.34 2/24/05 13774 234.00 2/24/05 13775 1,262.93 2/24/05 13776 67.04 2/24/05 13777 125.94 2/24/05 13778 1,028.01 2/24/05 13779 510.00 2/24/05 13780 71.93 2/24/05 13781 859.00 2/24/05 13782 7,226.50 2/24/05 13783 267.50 2/24/05 13784 255.25 2/24/05 13785 2,479.47 2/24/05 13786 684.64 2/24/05 13787 347.96 2/24/05 13788 2,937.53 2/24/05 13789 90.33 2/24/05 13791 235.74 2/24/05 13792 67.00 2/24/05 13793 1,043.83 2/24/05 13794 603.00 2/24/05 13795 102.46 2/24/05 13796 506.03 2/24/05 13797 6,526.95 2/24/05 13798 1,246.08 2/24/05 13799 117.97 2/24/05 13800 5,661.72 2/24/05 13801 735.50 2/24/05 13802 460.18 2/24/05 13803 493.65 2/24/05 13805 2,573.29 2/24/05 13806 533.00 2/24/05 13807 739.01 2/24/05 13808 521.85 2/24/05 13809 85.00 2/24/05 13810 405.50 2/24/05 13811 2,157.50 2/24/05 13813 90.00 2/24/05 13814 590.00 2/24/05 13815 196.57 2/24/05 13816 375.44 2/24/05 13817 149.53 2/25/05 13819 679.79 2/25/05 13820 1,709.40 2/25/05 13821 178.80 2/25/05 13822 280.00 2/25/05 13823 8,400.00 2/25/05 13824 1,500.00 2/25/05 13825 16,000.00 2/25/05 13826 1,968.12 2/25/05 13827 1,060.00 2/25/05 13828 1,316.28 2/25/05 13829 619.77 2/25/05 13830 621.00 2/25/05 13831 2,778.32 2/25/05 13832 148.00 2/25/05 13833 45.44 2/25/05 13834 1,505.52 2/25/05 13835 509.92 2/25/05 13836 40.37 2/25/05 13837 8,659.48 2/25/05 13838 26.95 2/25/05 13839 794.29 2/25/05 13840 2,919.60 2/25/05 13841 512.00 2/25/05 13842 545.00 2/25/05 13843 14,807.00 2/25/05 13844 25.62 2/25/05 13846 2,112.53 2/25/05 13847 185.00 2/25/05 13848 277.03 2/25/05 13849 223.44 2/25/05 13850 195.00 2/25/05 13851 76.65 2/25/05 13852 428.02 $225,656.37
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: Month Ended 2/28/2005 [Enlarge/Download Table] MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT CASE # 04-67600 GANTON TECHNOLOGIES (RACINE) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Account Type Lockbox Lockbox 673025 Deposit AP AP PR (Hourly) Account # 5402699432 1851812055 5800062522 2770721815 2176982961 2770721823 Bank Stan Fed Comerica Lasalle Stan Fed Comerica Stan Fed -------------------------- ---------- -------------- ---------- ---------- ------------ ----------- Beginning Bank Balance - - 159,676 - - - Receipts 657,980 6,337,576 870,053 - - - Transfers IN (Corporate) - - - - 1,230,502 - Dip Inflow - - - - - - Disbursements - - (341) - - - Transfers OUT (Corporate) (657,980) (6,337,576) (1,028,662) - (1,230,502) - Dip Repayment - - - - - - ---------- -------------- ---------- ---------- ------------ ----------- Ending Bank Balance - - 727 - - - ------------------------- ---------- ----------- ----------- ------------ ------------ Account Type PR (Hourly) PR (Salary) PR (Salary) Health Care Group Health Account # 2176983118 2770721831 2176982839 2770721849 2176982862 Bank Comerica Stan Fed Comerica Stan Fed Comerica Total ------------------------- ---------- ----------- ----------- ------------ ------------ ---------- Beginning Bank Balance - - - - - 159,676 Receipts - - 1,330 - - 7,866,940 Transfers IN (Corporate) 1,314,758 - 160,615 - 20,048 2,725,923 Dip Inflow - - - - - - Disbursements (1,314,758) - (161,945) - (20,048) (1,497,093) Transfers OUT (Corporate) - - - - - (9,254,720) Dip Repayment - - - - - - ---------- ----------- ----------- ------------ ------------ ---------- Ending Bank Balance - - - - - 727 [Download Table] Material Wires Paid for by Corporate 2,691,942 Checks Issued 1,139,631 Payroll Disbursed (includes payroll paid by Corporate) 1,452,015 ----------- Total Disbursements (See Total Disbursements Reconciliation) $ 5,283,589 =========== Outstanding Checks As of January 31 545,999 Voided Checks Outstanding as of January 31 - Checks Issued in February 1,139,631 Check Cleared in February (1,230,502) ----------- Outstanding Checks as of February 28 (See Outstanding Checklist) $ 455,129 ===========
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GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. (RACINE) CASE NO. 04-67600 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------------------------- ------------------- AA ELECTRIC $ 7.05 AAA ENVIRONMENTAL 1,704.30 ACCOUNTEMPS 12,112.91 ACCU-TEMP HEAT TREAT 750.52 ACOM SOLUTIONS INC. 289.78 ACURID COMMERICAL SE 150.00 ADA METAL PRODUCTS 3,264.00 ADT SECURITY SYSTEMS 959.90 ADVANCE HYDRAULICS I 144.40 ADVANCED WASTE SERVI 3,908.00 ALL FASTENERS, INC. 277.98 ALUMINUM RESOURCES I 45,284.15 AMERICAN CITIZEN 390.00 AMERICAN GENERAL FINANCE 178.48 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL 12,311.33 AMERICREDIT FINANCIAL 400.00 AMERIGAS - FRANKSVIL 1,500.00 ANNETTE M HEATHCOTE 3,225.55 AUTOMATIC DATA PROCE 12,783.58 BARNES INTERNATIONAL 1,175.00 BELLE CITY HEATING A 35.68 BENZ OIL INC 73.08 BEST ENGINEERING CO. 9,444.85 BOSTON MUTUAL LIFE 3,430.00 BTL PALLET CORP 2,037.20 BUELL AUTOMATICS INC 3,750.00 C & C ENTERPRISES, I 6,465.77 CAMCAR DIVISON OF TE 1,244.00 CAMCAR TEXTRON 4,701.69 CDW COMPUTER CENTERS INC 362.17 CDW SELECT INC 143.72 CENTRAL TRANSPORT 81.53 CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE 2,952.00 CHEMENCE INC. 396.26 CHEMTOOL INCORPORATE 26,576.00 CINCINNATI TEST 1,705.20 CIRCUIT CITY 100.00 CITI FINANCIAL 260.00 CKD CORPORATION 167.80 CLIFF SOPER CO. INC. 1,995.20 CON-WAY TRANSPORTATION 1,181.69 CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT UNION 55,826.20 CORNER HOUSE 50.00 CREATIVE FOAM CORPOR 5,102.72 CURT PAPE 41.13 DANA CORPORATION 509,136.00 DAVIES TRIPLE VENDING 31.53 DAYTON FREIGHT 45.78 DENTALBLUE 6,254.80 DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 65.00 DEPT OF CORRECTIONS 200.00 DIGITAL SUPPLIES 482.70 DIRECT DENTAL SERVICE 24,334.10 DIVERSIFIED PRINTING 2,681.61 DONALDSON COMPANY 231.00 DURA GUARD INC 300.00 EAST RACINE PET 1,200.00 EASTERDAY OFFICE 1,063.45 ELCO TEXTRON INC 15,922.04 ENPRO INC. 208.80 EUTECTIC CORPOR 6.11 EXECUTIVE CONSULTING INC. 6,312.93 EYE CARE OF WISCONSIN INC 651.28 FELIZ SERVANTEZ 120.00 FOREST CITY TECHNOLO 4,010.12 FRANK HARRIS 1,094.25 FRANKSVILLE OIL CO 266.42 FRED SANDERS 2,514.45 FREUDENBERG-NOK 69,873.36 G.E. CAPITAL CORPORA 80,423.93 G.W. SMITH & SONS, I 5,665.28 GARDTEC INC. 39.50
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GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. (RACINE) CASE NO. 04-67600 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ---------------------------------------------- ------------------- GARY SAUER 45.50 GENERAL INDUSTRIAL S 651.07 GENESIS CONSULTANTS, 3,000.00 GESSWEIN 920.32 GOERTZ & SCHIELE 1,178.59 GROUP ADMINISTRATORS LTD 280.00 GS HYSDRAULIC - H.F.I. FLUID POWER 42.00 HALLMAN LINDSAY QUAL 99.75 HIGH RELIABILITY SYS 534.71 HILDRETH MANUFACTURI 9,790.00 IDEALEASE OF SOUTHEA 1,562.56 IDRAPRINCE INCORPORA 140.53 IGC TECHNOLOGIES 653.00 IMCO RECYCLING 1,576,400.00 IMPREX, INC. 40,526.20 INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATE 1,890.00 INGERSOLL MACHINE TO 30,172.16 INTEGRATED LOGISTICS 4,414.53 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 50.00 INTERNATIONAL PRODUC 695.45 JACOBSON MFG. LLC 7,333.75 JEFFERSON PILOT FINANCIAL 1,638.35 JEFFERY STROPES 50.63 JENNIFER SCHENNING 2,561.31 JIM'S GARAGE DOOR SE 354.00 JOE COCKING 50.00 JOHN P FREDERIC - JUNE ABITZ 804.90 KAZTEX ENERGY MANAGE 181,485.78 KMC STAMPINGS 4,360.00 KOMAR SCREW CORP. 1,882.44 KRISTIANSEN ENTERPRI 1,369.38 LAB SAFETY SUPPLY 73.60 LASALLE NATL LEASING 88,216.68 LIBRA INDUSTRIES, IN 2,473.71 LIN ROE SERVICES INC 1,250.00 M & I TRUST 34,363.71 MACHINERY & FACTORY 897.73 MARSHALL & ILSLEY TRUST 406.11 MCJUNKIN CORPORATION 728.83 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY 110.12 MELISSA PATRENETS 20.25 MEREDITH'S CULLIGAN 165.91 MERWIN STOLTZ CO 17,181.83 MIDWEST FILTER 278.00 MIGUEL MEDINA 3,698.17 MILWUAKEE BOILER INT'L 975.00 MINIATURE PRECISION 15,815.88 MISDU 260.00 MISSISSIPPI DEPT. OF 104.28 MODULAR PIPING SUPPL 234.60 MOLD SUPPLIES INC - MOLTEN METAL EQUIPME 5,304.14 MOTION INDUSTRIES, I 3,135.23 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPL 10,310.11 NAPA AUTOMOTIVE PART 28.00 NASSCO INC. 4,954.23 NATIONAL CASH ADVANCE 19.13 NELSON ELECTRIC SUPP 499.83 NORMAN EQUIPMENT CO. 50.00 NSK CORPORATION 52,606.55 OFSI 229.79 OHIO SCREW PRODUCTS 37,595.78 OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 151.02 OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 368.56 PACKERLAND RENT-A-MA 1,689.84 PARKER HANNIFIN CORP 26,916.39 PAYROLL DISBURSEMENTS (INCLUDES CORP PAYMENTS) 1,452,015.20 PENSION BENEFIT GUAR 13,357.00 PENSKE TRUCK LEASING 11,686.32 PERFECTION SPRING & 415.76
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GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. (RACINE) CASE NO. 04-67600 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS -------------------------- ------------------- PITNEY BOWES CREDIT CORP 1,181.32 POTTINGER STEEL WORK 63.34 POWER/MATION DIVISIO 97.00 PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION 4,222.47 PRICE ENGINEERING CO 1,190.84 PURNIMA C. SWEARINGEN, DDS 50.00 PUTNAM INVESTMENTS- 7,232.79 QSR GROUP INC. 15,287.16 QUADRA 49,500.00 RACINE WATER AND 919.65 REFRACTORY SERVICE 118,147.00 REGENCY MALL 375.00 RES MANUFACTURING 52,317.12 RITTER ENGINEERING C - ROCKFORD WELDING SUP 1,886.69 ROTOR CLIP COMPANY, INC. 329.85 RSA 136.34 SAFETY KLEEN SYSTEMS 2,322.25 SAFTEY KLEEN CORPORATION 715.15 SBC 374.46 SMURFIT-STONE CONTAINER 1,224.00 SNYDER PLASTICS INC. 630.30 STEVE MUTCHIE 45.60 STEVE SADLON 42.14 STURTEVANT WATER & S 168.00 SUMITOMO ELECTRIC CA 2,896.90 SUPERIOR DIE SET COR 229.44 TERRI JARSTAD 97.13 THE SUMMIT RESTAURANTE 100.00 TOOL SERVICE CORPORA 686.00 TOTAL COMFORT OF WIS 4,226.86 TOWNSEND CONSULTING 875.00 TOYODA MACHINERY USA 4,731.60 TRELLEBORG AUTOMOTIV 115,920.00 TRANSMAN LOGISTICS, INC 20,892.56 TRUDELL TRAILERS OF 1,033.69 TWIN CITY OPTICAL 543.20 U.S. CELLULAR 2,381.34 UAW LOCAL 627 13,932.76 UAW V-CAP 142.00 UGS PLM SOLUTIONS IN 188.13 ULINE 2,849.80 UNITED PARCEL SERVIC 60.08 UNITED ROBOTICS 795.00 US DEPT OF EDUCATION 723.84 USA PAYDAY LOAN 259.00 VESUVIUS USA 273.81 VISION CLINIC 168.00 W.W. GRAINGER INC. 885.71 WASTE MANAGEMENT 1,265.06 WE ENERGIES 143,832.75 WI SCTF 30,231.44 WILLIAM KNECHT 204.15 WISC. LIFTING SPECIA 426.01 WISCONSIN CONTROL CORP 12.52 WISCONSIN DEPT OF REVENUE 3,659.89 WISCONSIN EMERGENCY 360.00 WISCONSIN LIFT TRUCK 23,214.19 WOODLAND HILLS 21,075.16 ZEE MEDICAL, INC. 357.71 ------------------- $ 5,283,588.66
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GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. CASE NO. 04-67600 AT 2/28/05 RACINE - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 455,129.01 Unadjusted GL Balance 455,129.01 ----------- Difference $ - ===========
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GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. CASE NO. 04-67600 OUTSTANDING CHECKS (RACINE) [Download Table] Date Check Outstanding 11/16/04 40708 2,353.21 12/6/04 40990 2,748.00 12/8/04 41015 112.61 12/22/04 41247 24.46 12/23/04 41255 8,564.76 1/4/05 41299 491.00 1/11/05 41361 4,825.00 1/13/05 41409 70.00 1/17/05 41439 774.00 1/24/05 41530 165.54 1/24/05 41542 69.10 1/24/05 41547 433.94 2/1/05 41636 964.00 2/2/05 41665 197.92 2/7/05 41711 44.50 2/8/05 41734 42.00 2/8/05 41740 1,581.73 2/9/05 41791 603.50 2/14/05 41830 1,427.80 2/14/05 41840 929.00 2/14/05 41847 1,563.53 2/15/05 41854 4,371.55 2/15/05 41861 6,083.00 2/15/05 41864 3,000.00 2/15/05 41881 165.75 2/15/05 41883 739.31 2/16/05 41891 65.00 2/16/05 41893 50.00 2/16/05 41895 662.00 2/16/05 41896 35.95 2/16/05 41906 1,871.10 2/16/05 41907 1,610.99 2/17/05 41913 875.25 2/21/05 41915 390.00 2/21/05 41916 759.95 2/21/05 41920 29,936.00 2/21/05 41923 695.45 2/21/05 41924 958.23 2/21/05 41925 1,250.00 2/21/05 41926 1,824.38 2/21/05 41928 13,357.00 2/21/05 41929 103.96 2/21/05 41930 1,224.00 2/21/05 41932 229.44 2/21/05 41933 4,000.00 2/21/05 41934 795.00 2/22/05 41938 3,616.46 2/22/05 41940 4,375.38 2/22/05 41941 1,659.00 2/22/05 41942 623.27 2/22/05 41943 3,430.00 2/22/05 41944 143.72 2/22/05 41945 165.91 2/22/05 41947 523.05 2/22/05 41951 39.50 2/22/05 41955 718.35 2/22/05 41956 920.00 2/22/05 41957 85.37 2/22/05 41958 50,989.53 2/22/05 41960 4,239.03 2/22/05 41962 229.79 2/22/05 41964 5,830.41 2/22/05 41965 207.88 2/22/05 41966 14.30 2/22/05 41967 28.95 2/22/05 41968 1,641.77 2/22/05 41970 1,033.69 2/22/05 41971 120.00 2/22/05 41972 1,034.47 2/22/05 41973 2,469.70 2/22/05 41976 12.52 2/22/05 41977 360.00 2/22/05 41979 357.71 2/22/05 41980 9.03 2/22/05 41981 715.15 2/23/05 41983 4,806.14 2/23/05 41984 188.13 2/23/05 41985 1,178.59 2/23/05 41986 1,301.17 2/23/05 41987 85.59 2/23/05 41988 9.93 2/23/05 41989 2,381.34 2/23/05 41990 310.70 2/23/05 41993 44.62 2/23/05 41994 100.00 2/23/05 41995 65.00 2/23/05 41997 50.00 2/23/05 41998 65.00 2/23/05 41999 766.00 2/23/05 42000 59.93 2/23/05 42001 7,232.79 2/23/05 42002 8,422.73 2/23/05 42003 26.07 2/23/05 42005 20.00 2/23/05 42006 13,932.76 2/23/05 42008 111.27 2/23/05 42009 83.01 2/23/05 42010 191.16 2/24/05 42012 774.00 2/24/05 42014 81.53 2/24/05 42015 289.78 2/24/05 42016 1,758.24 2/24/05 42017 198.55 2/24/05 42018 731.60 2/24/05 42019 31.53 2/24/05 42021 643.35 2/25/05 42025 78,265.00 2/28/05 42027 1,632.00 2/28/05 42028 158.92 2/28/05 42029 48.40 2/28/05 42030 45.78 2/28/05 42031 87.03 2/28/05 42032 28,087.93 2/28/05 42033 218.99 2/28/05 42034 350.00 2/28/05 42035 941.22 2/28/05 42036 103,220.78 2/28/05 42037 27.00 2/28/05 42038 5,304.14 2/28/05 42039 207.88 2/28/05 42040 590.00 2/28/05 42041 168.00 2/28/05 42042 729.03 2/28/05 42043 473.55 ----------- $455,129.01
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: GANTON TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67600 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly ______ ________ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance ______ ________ Life Insurance ______ ________ Retirement ______ ________ Company Vehicle ______ ________ Entertainment ______ ________ Travel ______ ________ Other Benefits ______ ________ Total Benefits ______ ________ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid ______ ________ Loans ______ ________ Other (Describe) ______ ________ Other (Describe) ______ ________ Other (Describe) ______ ________ Total Other Payments ______ ________ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly ______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Ganton Technologies Case Number: 04-67600 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------------- -------------- ----------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67601 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor INTERMET HOLDING COMPANY. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: [X] Operating Statement (Form 2) [X] Balance Sheet (Form 3) [X] Summary of Operations (Form 4) [X] Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) [X] Statement of Compensation (Form 6) [X] Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases curent. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (24) 952-2500 ----------------------- ------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE # 04-67601 INTERMET HOLDING CO. ----------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 0 $ 0 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight - - Wages - Hourly - - Wages-Salary - - Employee Benefits and Pension - - Repairs & Maintenance - - Supplies - - Utilities - - Purchased Components/Services - - Income(loss) from Pattern Sales - - Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense - - Travel & Entertainment - - Other Variable Costs - - Depreciation & Amortization - - Other Allocated Fixed Costs - - Other Fixed Costs - - ------------- ------------------ Cost of Goods Sold - - Gross Profit - - Plant SG&A Expense - - SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) - - Other Operating Expenses - - ------------- ------------------ Total Operating Expenses - - Operating Profit - - Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) - - Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - - ------------- ------------------ Total Non-Operating Expenses - - Income Before Income Taxes - - Income Tax Expense - - ------------- ------------------ Net Income $ 0 $ 0 ============= ================== *Note: Intermet Holding Company is a holding company of certain foreign subsidiaries and does not itself have any domestic operations. As a result, Intermet Holding Company's results are incorporated in the results of Intermet Corporation foreign subsidiaries. For January, $395,000 of Intercompany interest was eliminated through foreign operations and therefore not included in this statement. [Download Table] Current Month Total Since Filing ($393) ($1,943)
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) -------- $ 2,060 ======== Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. [Download Table] Allocation: Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 --------- Total $ 2,060 =========
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INTERMET CORP. AND SUBSIDIARIES BALANCE SHEET AS of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE # 04-67601 --------------- INTERMET HOLDING CO. --------------- Cash And Equivalents Accounts Receivable Short-Term Intercompany Receivables Inventories Other Current Assets 0 --------------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 0 Land and Buildings 0 Machinery & Equipment 0 Construction In Progress 0 --------------- Total Fixed Assets 0 Accumulated Depreciation 0 --------------- NET FIXED ASSETS 0 Investment In Subsidiaries 90,292 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 8,246 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset Other Assets 0 --------------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 98,538 =============== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 0 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 0 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 0 --------------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 0 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 0 Accrued Workers Comp. 0 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 --------------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 0 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 0 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 --------------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 0 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 0 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 0 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 0 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 150,985 Minority Interest 0 --------------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 150,985 Common Stock 1 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 1 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (18,705) Retained Earnings - Post Petition (1,943) Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment (31,801) Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 --------------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY (52,447) --------------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 98,538 =============== Note: Intermet Holding Company is a holding company of certain foreign subsidiaries and does not itself have any domestic operations. As a result, Intermet Holding Company's results are incorporated in the results of Intermet Corporation foreign subsidiaries.
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 INTERMET HOLDING COMPANY CASE #04-67601 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 --------- --------- ---------- --------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: Local $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 FICA Withheld $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Employers FICA $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Unemployment Tax: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Unemployment Tax: State $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 All Other Payroll W/H $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Property Taxes $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Workers Compensation 0 0 0 0 --------- --------- ---------- --------- Total $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Wages and Salaries 0 0 0 0 --------- --------- ---------- --------- Grand Total $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 ========= ========= ========== ========= Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Accounts Receivable $ 0 $ 0 $ 0
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MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 INTERMET HOLDING COMPANY Case Number: 04-67601 CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS (CASH BASIS ONLY): [Download Table] General Payroll Tax Cash Coll. Petty Cash Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. A. Beginning Balance _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ B. Receipts _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (Attach separate schedule) C. Balance Available _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (A+B) D. Less Disbursements _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (Attach separate schedule) E. Ending Balance N/A - COMPANY HAS NO BANK ACCOUNTS (C-D) (PLEASE ATTACH COPIES OF MOST RECENT RECONCILED BANK STATEMENTS FROM EACH ACCOUNT) General Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Payroll Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Tax Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Other monies on hand (specify type and location) i.e., CD's, bonds, etc.: ____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Date: MARCH 28, 2005 ___________________________ Debtor in Possession Form 5
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: INTERMET HOLDING COMPANY Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67601 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Intermet Holding Company Case Number: 04-67601 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------- ------- ------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67604 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor INTERMET ILLINOIS, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts -------------------------------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- --------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE # 04-67604 INTERMET ILLINOIS ---------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 0 $ 0 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight - - Wages - Hourly - - Wages-Salary - - Employee Benefits and Pension - - Repairs & Maintenance - - Supplies - - Utilities - - Purchased Components/Services - - Income(loss) from Pattern Sales - - Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense - - Travel & Entertainment - - Other Variable Costs - - Depreciation & Amortization - - Other Allocated Fixed Costs - - Other Fixed Costs - - -------- --------- Cost of Goods Sold - - Gross Profit - - Plant SG&A Expense - - SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) - - Other Operating Expenses - - -------- --------- Total Operating Expenses - - Operating Profit - - Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) - - Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - - -------- --------- Total Non-Operating Expenses - - Income Before Income Taxes - - Income Tax Expense - - -------- --------- Net Income $ 0 $ 0 ======== =========
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) -------- $ 2,060 ======== Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. Allocation: [Download Table] Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 ------ Total $2,060 ======
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE # 04-67604 --------------- INTERMET ILLINOIS --------------- Cash And Equivalents Accounts Receivable Short-Term Intercompany Receivables Inventories Other Current Assets 0 --------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 0 Land and Buildings 0 Machinery & Equipment 163 Construction In Progress (163) --------- Total Fixed Assets 0 Accumulated Depreciation 0 --------- NET FIXED ASSETS 0 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset Other Assets 0 --------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 0 ========= LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable Wages and Salaries (See schedule) Taxes Payable - (See schedule) --------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 0 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 0 Accrued Workers Comp. 0 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 --------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 0 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 0 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 --------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 0 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 0 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 0 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability Other Long-Term Liabilities Long-Term Intercompany Payables 100 Minority Interest --------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 100 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 0 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (100) Retained Earnings - Post Petition 0 Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment Unearned Restricted Stock --------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY (100) --------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 0 =========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 INTERMET ILLINOIS CASE #04-67604 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 ----------------------------------------------------------------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: Local $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 FICA Withheld $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Employers FICA $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Unemployment Tax: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Unemployment Tax: State $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 All Other Payroll W/H $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Property Taxes $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Workers Compensation 0 0 0 0 --------- --------- ---------- ---------- Total $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Wages and Salaries 0 0 0 0 --------- --------- ---------- ---------- Grand Total $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 --------- --------- ---------- ---------- Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Accounts Receivable $ 0 $ 0 $ 0
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MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 INTERMET ILLINOIS, INC. Case Number: 04-67604 CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS (CASH BASIS ONLY): [Enlarge/Download Table] General Payroll Tax Cash Coll. Petty Cash Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. A. Beginning Balance _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ B. Receipts _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (Attach separate schedule) C. Balance Available _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (A+B) D. Less Disbursements _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (Attach separate schedule) E. Ending Balance N/A - COMPANY HAS NO BANK ACCOUNT (C-D) (PLEASE ATTACH COPIES OF MOST RECENT RECONCILED BANK STATEMENTS FROM EACH ACCOUNT) General Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Payroll Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Tax Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Other monies on hand (specify type and location) i.e., CD's, bonds, etc.: _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Date: MARCH 28, 2005 ______________________________ Debtor in Possession Form 5
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: INTERMET ILLINOIS, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67604 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly ______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance ______ _______ Life Insurance ______ _______ Retirement ______ _______ Company Vehicle ______ _______ Entertainment ______ _______ Travel ______ _______ Other Benefits ______ _______ Total Benefits ______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid ______ _______ Loans ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Total Other Payments ______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly ______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 __________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Intermet Illinois, Inc. Case Number: 04-67604 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------- ------- ------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67607 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor INTERMET INTERNATIONAL, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts -------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- -------------- Title Phone
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN IN RE: INTERMET INTERNATIONAL, INC. CASE NO. 04-67607 All activity for Intermet International, Inc. is reported in the consolidated Columbus Foundry operating report (Case #04-67609).
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MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 INTERMET INTERNATIONAL, INC. Case Number: 04-67607 CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS (CASH BASIS ONLY): [Enlarge/Download Table] General Payroll Tax Cash Coll. Petty Cash Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. A. Beginning Balance _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ B. Receipts _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (Attach separate schedule) C. Balance Available _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (A+B) D. Less Disbursements _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (Attach separate schedule) E. Ending Balance ALL ACTIVITY FOR INTERMET INTERNATIONAL, INC. IS REPORTED IN THE (C-D) CONSOLIDATED COLUMBUS FOUNDRY OPERATING REPORT (CASE #04-67609). (PLEASE ATTACH COPIES OF MOST RECENT RECONCILED BANK STATEMENTS FROM EACH ACCOUNT) General Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Payroll Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Tax Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Other monies on hand (specify type and location) i.e., CD's, bonds, etc.: ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ Date: MARCH 28, 2005 _____________________________ Debtor in Possession Form 5
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: INTERMET INTERNATIONAL, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67607 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ____________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Intermet International, Inc. Case Number: 04-67607 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------- -------- ------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67598 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor INTERMET U.S. HOLDING, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ------------------------------------------ Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- -------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE #04-67598 INTERMET U.S. HOLDING ------------------------------------------ Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 5,550 $ 31,004 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight 2,012 10,802 Wages - Hourly 776 4,713 Wages-Salary 371 1,947 Employee Benefits and Pension 415 2,350 Repairs & Maintenance 365 1,676 Supplies 425 2,302 Utilities 502 2,860 Purchased Components/Services 196 1,524 Income(loss) from Pattern Sales 10 761 Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) 478 395 MIS Expense 47 277 Travel & Entertainment 4 20 Other Variable Costs 136 818 Depreciation & Amortization 492 2,826 Other Allocated Fixed Costs (1) - Other Fixed Costs 185 877 ---------- ------------- Cost of Goods Sold 6,413 34,148 Gross Profit (863) (3,144) Plant SG&A Expense - 1 SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) 259 1,240 Other Operating Expenses 33 445 ---------- ------------- Total Operating Expenses 292 1,686 Operating Profit (1,155) (4,830) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) (135) (473) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - 15 ----------- -------------- Total Non-Operating Expenses (135) (458) Income Before Income Taxes (1,290) (5,288) Income Tax Expense - (1) ---------- ------------- Net Income ($ 1,290) ($ 5,287) ========== =============
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) ------- $ 2,060 ======= Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. [Download Table] Allocation: Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 ------ Total $2,060 ======
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE #04-67598 -------------- INTERMET U.S. HOLDING -------------- Cash And Equivalents $ 1 Accounts Receivable 7,535 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 781 Inventories 6,741 Other Current Assets (6) -------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 15,052 Land and Buildings 30,171 Machinery & Equipment 64,275 Construction In Progress 0 -------- Total Fixed Assets 94,446 Accumulated Depreciation (52,366) -------- NET FIXED ASSETS 42,080 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 1,338 -------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 58,470 ======== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 519 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 512 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 424 -------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 1,455 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes (38) Accrued Workers Comp 520 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 482 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 7,836 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 -------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 7,836 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 1,962 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 132 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 0 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 21,804 Minority Interest 0 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 33,671 Common Stock 5 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 54,495 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (24,414) Retained Earnings - Post Petition (5,287) Equity In European Operations 0 Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 -------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY 24,799 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 58,470 ========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 INTERMET U.S. HOLDING (COLUMBUS MACHINING) CASE #04-67598 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 --------- --------- --------- --------- Income tax withheld: Federal ($ 1,861) ($ 24,968) $ 28,007 $ 1,177 Income tax withheld: State (2,359) (10,695) 11,695 (1,359) Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld 3,246 (16,113) 18,167 5,300 Employers FICA (3,283) (27,239) 18,167 (12,355) Unemployment Tax: Federal (1,691) (2,209) 1,336 (2,564) Unemployment Tax: State (27,952) (5,033) 4,912 (28,074) All Other Payroll W/H (736) (583) 0 (1,318) State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise 0 334 0 334 Property Taxes (73,473) (17,415) 0 (90,888) Workers Compensation (2,990) (1,000) 10,318 6,328 --------- --------- --------- --------- Total ($111,100) ($104,922) $ 92,602 ($123,419) Wages and Salaries (8,277) (149,816) 164,704 6,611 --------- --------- --------- --------- Grand Total ($119,377) ($254,737) $ 257,306 ($116,808) ========= ========= ========= ========= Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $218,467 $ 156,420 $ 64,687 ($ 2,641) Accounts Receivable $285,329 $ 284,687 $ 238 $ 403
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 INTERMET U.S. HOLDING CORP. (NEW RIVER) CASE #04-67598 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 01-31-05 Withheld Deposits 02-28-05 ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 ($ 114,016) $ 114,016 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State 0 (43,033) 43,033 0 Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld 0 (73,040) 73,040 0 Employers FICA (15,367) (72,460) 73,040 (14,786) Unemployment Tax: Federal (39,401) (13,976) 0 (53,376) Unemployment Tax: State (76,340) (56,424) 0 (132,764) All Other Payroll W/H (20,323) (43,576) 137,066 73,167 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise (15,000) (13,202) 13,202 (15,000) Property Taxes (40,000) (30,000) 0 (70,000) Workers Compensation (75,000) (11,537) 0 (86,537) ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- Total ($ 281,430) ($ 471,264) $ 453,398 ($ 299,296) Wages and Salaries (527,858) (955,701) 964,620 (518,940) ----------- ----------- ----------- ----------- Grand Total ($ 809,288) ($1,426,965) $ 1,418,018 ($ 818,236) =========== =========== =========== =========== Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days ---------- ---------- ---------- ------------ Accounts Payable $ 299,969 $ 485,079 ($191,244) $ 6,134 Accounts Receivable $6,663,550 $4,910,885 $ 24,123 $1,028,542
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES Cash Activity Analysis: Month Ended 2/28/2005 MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT [Enlarge/Download Table] CASE # 04-67598 INTERMET U.S. HOLDING (COLUMBUS MACHINING) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Account Type Lockbox 77420 Deposit AP PR (Hourly) PR (Hourly) PR (Salary) Total Account # 1477713 5401086409 2770716450 2770716443 505156 2770716633 Bank Bank One Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Bank One Stan. Fed. -------- ------- -------- ------- -------- -------- -------- Beginning Bank Balance - - - - - - - Receipts 368,730 185,230 - - - - 553,960 Transfers IN (Corporate) - - 394,356 68,796 130,978 44,107 638,238 Dip Inflow - - - - - - - Disbursements - - (394,356) (68,796) (130,978) (44,107) (638,238) Transfers OUT (Corporate) (368,730) (185,230) - - - - (553,960) Dip Repayment - - - - - - - -------- ------- -------- ------- -------- -------- -------- Ending Bank Balance - - - - - - - MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 59,053 Checks Issued 367,194 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 221,379 --------- TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $ 647,626 ========= OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 181,630 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 (83,502) CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 367,194 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (394,356) --------- OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 70,966 =========
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INTERMET U.S. HOLDING, INC. (COLUMBUS MACHINING) CASE NO. 04-67598 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- ADAIR'S MACHINE $ 4,848.50 ADP 2,422.44 ADVANCE DESIGN 1,486.80 AETNA US HEALTHCARE 1,174.96 AFLAC 1,588.24 AMERICAN PRECISION TOOL 15,618.87 ARTHUR WEEMS 2,500.00 ATMOS ENERGY 13.77 BELLSOUTH 236.02 BERNEY OFFICE SOLUTIONS 1,017.50 BIRDSALL 62,000.00 BRENT INDUSTRIES 334.41 C&S MACHINE 8,130.00 CAIL TOOL 276.95 CARL HAMILTON 105.00 CENTRAL PACKAGING CORP 2,919.95 CHARLES HAYDEN 2,500.00 CHEMGARD, INC 358.53 CINTAS CORPORATION 180.78 COLUMBUS INDUSTRIAL SUP 86.28 COLUMBUS WATER WORKS 148.00 DEXTER FASTENER TECH., 29,726.40 DIRECT OPTICAL 50.00 DOWDEL GAS, INC 2,380.91 ED LEESON 1,354.85 FANUC AMERICA CORPORATI 272.85 G&K SERVICES 2,254.43 GE CAPITAL (GA) 1,451.54 GEORGIA CHILD SUPPORT 720.00 GEORGIA POWER COMPANY 18,830.85 GREENLEAF TREATMENT SVC 2,161.00 HAGEMEYER NORTH AMERICA 13,571.25 HARMONY CREEK PEST CONT 60.00 ICM PETTY CASH 700.00 IMPECCABLE MACHINING 57,707.64 INTERSTATE ELECTRIC SUP 267.82 ITC DELTACOM 2,522.77 J & H MACHINE TOOLS INC 1,056.94 KENNAMETAL, INC 4,502.81 LAND TRANSPORTATION 1,196.40 LINA 42.00 MANPOWER CANADA 880.06 MATTHEW ALVERSON 3,700.00 MATT'S WELDING 2,110.00 MIKE L. CONNER 630.00 MILLER LANDSCAPING 1,426.67 MSC INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY 205.86 MUSCOGEE CO.TAX COMMISS 210.81 NELSON ELECTRIC 3,679.00 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES CORP PAYMENTS) 221,378.84 PROVIDENT LIFE AND ACCI 356.40
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INTERMET U.S. HOLDING, INC. (COLUMBUS MACHINING) CASE NO. 04-67598 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- RIVER MILL RECORDS MGMT 500.00 SAFETY KLEEN CORPORATIO 1,111.93 SOUTHERN STATES TOYOTAL 1,605.00 SOUTHLAND CHEMICAL & SU 650.23 SPHERION CORPORATION 24,427.53 SPW INDUSTRIES 551.70 THE OVERBY COMPANY 525.17 TRANSMAN LOGISTICS, INC 57,856.36 TRU-KUT, INC. 423.38 UNITED RENTALS 2,149.25 VEKTEK 110.80 VERIZON WIRELESS COLUMB 1,164.34 WASTE MANAGEMENT 376.95 YUSA CORPORATION 72,633.60 ZIEGLER TOOLS, INC. 184.30 -------------- $ 647,625.64
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INTERMET U.S. HOLDING, INC. CASE NO. 04-67598 AT 2/28/05 COLUMBUS MACHINING - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 70,966.41 Misc Reconciling Items Adjusted in March (0.41) ----------- 70,966.00 Unadjusted GL Balance 70,966.00 ----------- $ - ===========
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COLUMBUS MACHINING OUTSTANDING CHECKS CASE NO. 04-67598 [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING --------- ----- ----------- 2/10/2005 78467 5,990.69 2/10/2005 78484 210.81 2/16/2005 78501 8,130.00 2/23/2005 78515 7,417.85 2/23/2005 78516 151.99 2/23/2005 78517 536.20 2/23/2005 78518 86.28 2/23/2005 78519 176.02 2/23/2005 78520 2,161.00 2/23/2005 78522 880.06 2/23/2005 78524 336.98 2/23/2005 78525 720.68 2/23/2005 78526 1,174.96 2/23/2005 78528 236.02 2/23/2005 78529 739.65 2/23/2005 78531 2,522.77 2/23/2005 78532 42.00 2/23/2005 78533 630.00 2/23/2005 78534 356.40 2/23/2005 78536 2,149.25 2/23/2005 78537 36,316.80 ----------- $ 70,966.41
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 [Enlarge/Download Table] CASE # 04-67598 INTERMET U.S. HOLDINGS (NEW RIVER) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX 771170 DEPOSIT AP PR(HOURLY) PR(SALARY) ACCOUNT # 291513 5401086417 2770716476 2770716468 2770716641 BANK Bank One Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. TOTAL -------------- ---------- ------------ ---------- ---------- ---------- BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - RECEIPTS 2,913,318 3,989,676 - - - 6,902,994 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - 1,587,596 686,537 298,361 2,572,494 DIP INFLOW - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - (1,587,596) (686,537) (298,361) (2,572,494) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) (2,913,318) (3,989,676) - - - (6,902,994) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - ----------- ---------- ----------- --------- ---------- ---------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 2,931,439 CHECKS ISSUED 1,746,904 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 862,224 ----------- TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $ 5,540,567 =========== OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 71,214 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 - CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 1,746,904 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (1,587,596) ----------- OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 230,523 ===========
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INTERMET U.S. HOLDING, INC. (NEW RIVER) CASE NO. 04-67598 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- ADT SECURITY SERVICES $ 972.08 ADVANCED CARBIDE TOOL 7,062.05 ADVANCED MOTOR SERVICES 2,275.00 AETNA US HEALTH CARE 8,889.56 AIR PRODUCTS & CHEMICAL 5,043.66 AIRGAS INC 1,777.47 ALLIED MINERAL PRODUCTS 4,689.47 APPLIED INDUST. TECH 2,050.42 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICE 495.84 ARCET 1,906.49 ASI DATAMYTE, INC 313.50 Atlantic Coast ToyotaLift 2,070.00 ATMOS ENERGY 6,547.78 ATMOS ENERGY MARKETING 123,618.10 B & S INDUSTRIAL SERVIC 1,010.00 BANKS COMPANY INC. 4,033.10 BEST ONE TIRE 5,400.00 BOB'S REFUSE SERVICE IN 1,254.23 CANON FINANCIAL 534.34 CC METALS AND ALLOYS IN 22,393.99 CENTRAL VALLEY RUBBER S 8,652.28 CHAMPION CHISEL WORKS, 4,217.52 CHICAGO FREIGHT CAR LEA 4,484.40 CITICORP VENDOR FINANCE 444.00 CITY OF RADFORD 407,628.20 CITY OF RADFORD 210.00 Control Company 53.00 CRANE AMERICA SERVICES 4,328.75 DAVID J JOSEPH COMPANY 547,208.05 DETEK INC. 2,600.80 DISA INDUSTRIES, INC 131,165.78 DUBOIS FINISHING TECHNOLOGIES 3,185.32 EASTERN TECHNICAL ASSOC 450.00 EIRICH MACHINES 51.31 ELKEM METALS INC. 20,884.50 ENVIRITE OF OHIO 1,795.31 FAIRLAWN STORAGE 112.00 FAULKNER IND MAINTENANC 6,285.00 FOSECO INC. 8,415.00 FRENCH, LYDIA 133.11 GE Inspection Technologies 2,777.13 GREAT LAKES PRODUCTION SUPPORT 15,192.01 H.C. WADE 20,901.82 HA INTERNATIONAL, LLC 92,206.80 HARRIS RENTALS 65.00 HART METALS, INC. 74,800.00 HEAT TREATING SERVICES 46,028.29 HEATH OIL LLC 5,617.96 HERAEUS ELECTRO NITE CO 5,650.00 HIGHLAND PAGING 356.59 HILL AND GRIFFITH CO. 133,757.88 HOWELL, DOUG 77.02 INDUSTRIAL POWDER COATI 87,695.35 INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC CORP 646.98 INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CORP 251,313.71 Instron Corp 3,514.00 INTERNATIONAL SURFACE P 1,489.10 JONES,WILLARD 280.00 LAND TRANSPORTATION 9,966.71 LAYTON, TOMMY 70.88 LIFT ONE/DIVISION CAROL 6,394.19 LINA. 74.00 Magneco/Metrel 6,620.00 MARJO PLASTICS CO INC 92.40 MARSHALL WIRT & COMPANY 702.00 MCC 5,064.75 MCCOMBS, BRENT 1,101.95 MCELROY,JOHN C 821.83 METEC INC 13,500.00 METOKOTE CORPORATION 553.28 MILLENIUM TECHNOLOGIES 269.90
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INTERMET U.S. HOLDING, INC. (NEW RIVER) CASE NO. 04-67598 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- MILLER AND COMPANY LLC $ 223,011.85 MONTGOMERY SANITATION SER 72.35 MOUNTAIN SPRINGS 390.00 MYOPTICS EYEWEAR 875.00 National Material Trading 242,089.33 NEW RIVER GLASS 202.40 NEW RIVER RECYCLING 7,467.87 NEW RIVER SOLID WASTE M 55,574.67 NORFOLK SOUTHERN (GA) 82,316.47 NORTHBEND PATTERN WORKS 20,210.85 Omnisource Corporation 1,562,039.93 OMNISOURCE FT 61,400.00 PATTERN SERVICES 6,861.09 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES CORP PAYMENTS) 862,224.07 PEARSON, MURRAY 35.78 PROCHEM ANALYTICAL INCO 827.25 PROFORMA 1,580.53 PROVIDENT LIFE 2,120.46 QUALITY EQUIPMENT DISTR 6,200.00 RADFORD CITY FLORIST 122.21 RADFORD COMBINED COURT 274.44 RADFORD STORAGE 160.00 RED HILL GRINDING WHEEL CORP. 3,702.60 REDDY ICE-CASSCO 78.00 REFCO INC 11,928.00 ROBERTS SINTO CORPORATI 340.76 ROGER RHODES 484.76 SAFETY & COMPLIANCE 400.00 SAF-GARD SAFETY SHOE CO 819.91 SATEC SYSTEMS (3,514.00) SAVEITNOW 1,563.66 SECURITY FORCES INC 7,522.36 SOUTHWESTERN VA. GAS SE 602.73 T K GROUP INC 273.00 Thompson Tire 3,292.00 TOMLIN, LINDA 93.00 TRANSMAN (FREIGHT) 55,213.40 TREASURER OF VA-DEQ 3,058.77 UNITED INDUSTRIAL SERVI 19,358.25 UNITED REFRACTORIES COM 18,959.70 UNITED STATES POSTAL OFFICE 800.00 UNITED WAY SAL 180.00 VA. DEPT OF TAXATION 13,422.11 VERIZON (17577) 4,708.11 VERIZON WIRELESS 71.85 W.E.L. INC. 3,925.00 WEDRON SILICA-FAIRMOUNT 28,679.00 WESTMORELAND ADVANCED M 14,580.00 WHEELABRATOR ABRASIVES 56,760.00 WHITING CORPORATION 12,040.00 WILLIAM A. KIBBE & ASSO 180.00 WILLIAMS SUPPLY INC 2,745.00 -------------- $ 5,540,567.46
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INTERMET U.S. HOLDING, INC. CASE NO. 04-67598 AT 2/28/05 NEW RIVER - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 230,522.92 Misc. Reconciling Items Adjusted in March - ------------ 230,522.92 Unadjusted GL Balance 230,522.92 ------------ Difference $ - ============
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NEW RIVER OUTSTANDING CHECKS CASE NO. 04-67598 [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING ---- ------ ------------ 1/26/05 103053 185.00 2/8/05 103057 350.00 2/24/05 103060 12,040.00 2/25/05 103061 21,233.40 10/14/04 103122 180.00 1/20/05 104413 188.93 1/21/05 104425 1,008.80 1/26/05 104501 151.26 2/8/05 104667 3,514.00 2/9/05 104687 13,500.00 2/16/05 104743 885.00 2/17/05 104785 93.00 2/18/05 104801 16,435.85 2/21/05 104815 1,600.00 2/22/05 104830 6,547.78 2/22/05 104839 345.00 2/22/05 104845 79.18 2/23/05 104857 4,484.40 2/23/05 104867 40,580.88 2/24/05 104873 1,800.00 2/24/05 104874 53.00 2/24/05 104875 1,050.00 2/24/05 104876 8,802.16 2/24/05 104883 269.90 2/25/05 104892 660.00 2/25/05 104893 2,215.00 2/25/05 104896 29,963.91 2/25/05 104898 62,306.47 ------------ $ 230,522.92
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: INTERMET U.S. HOLDING, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67598 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Intermet U.S. Holding, Inc. Case Number: 04-67598 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------------- -------------- ----------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67603 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor IRONTON IRON, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: [X] Operating Statement (Form 2) [X] Balance Sheet (Form 3) [X] Summary of Operations (Form 4) [X] Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) [X] Statement of Compensation (Form 6) [X] Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ------------------------------------------ Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- --------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Months Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE #04-67603 IRONTON IRON ---------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 0 $ 0 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight - - Wages - Hourly - - Wages-Salary - - Employee Benefits and Pension - - Repairs & Maintenance - - Supplies - - Utilities - - Purchased Components/Services - - Income(loss) from Pattern Sales - - Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense - - Travel & Entertainment - - Other Variable Costs - (37) Depreciation & Amortization - - Other Allocated Fixed Costs - - Other Fixed Costs - - -------- -------- Cost of Goods Sold - (37) Gross Profit - 37 Plant SG&A Expense - (3) SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) - - Other Operating Expenses 7 352 -------- -------- Total Operating Expenses 7 349 Operating Profit (7) (312) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) - - Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - - -------- -------- Total Non-Operating Expenses - - Income Before Income Taxes (7) (312) Income Tax Expense - - -------- -------- Net Income ($ 7) ($ 312) ======== ========
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) -------- $ 2,060 ======== Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. Allocation: [Download Table] Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 -------- Total $ 2,060 ========
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE #04-67603 -------------- IRONTON IRON -------------- Cash And Equivalents Accounts Receivable Short-Term Intercompany Receivables Inventories Other Current Assets 0 -------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 0 Land and Buildings 0 Machinery & Equipment Construction In Progress -------- Total Fixed Assets 0 Accumulated Depreciation -------- NET FIXED ASSETS 0 Investment In Subsidiaries Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset Other Assets -------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 0 ======== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 0 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 0 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 0 -------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 0 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 0 Accrued Workers Comp. 751 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 751 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 0 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 -------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 0 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 0 Short-Term Intercompany Payables Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 0 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 33,246 Minority Interest 0 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 33,997 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 49,000 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (82,685) Retained Earnings - Post Petition (312) Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY (33,997) -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 0 ========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 IRONTON IRON, INC. CASE #04-67603 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 --------- --------- ---------- --------- Income tax withheld: Federal $0 $0 $0 $0 Income tax withheld: State $0 $0 $0 $0 Income tax withheld: Local $0 $0 $0 $0 FICA Withheld $0 $0 $0 $0 Employers FICA $0 $0 $0 $0 Unemployment Tax: Federal $0 $0 $0 $0 Unemployment Tax: State $0 $0 $0 $0 All Other Payroll W/H $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise $0 $0 $0 $0 Property Taxes $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Workers Compensation 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- Total $0 $0 $0 $0 Wages and Salaries 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- Grand Total $0 $0 $0 $0 -- -- -- -- Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $0 $0 $0 Accounts Receivable $0 $0 $0
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MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 IRONTON IRON, INC. Case Number: 04-67603 CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS (CASH BASIS ONLY): [Download Table] General Payroll Tax Cash Coll. PettyCash Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. A. Beginning Balance _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ B. Receipts _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ (Attach separate schedule) C. Balance Available _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ (A+B) D. Less Disbursements _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ (Attach separate schedule) E. Ending Balance N/A - COMPANY HAS NO BANK ACCOUNT (C-D) (PLEASE ATTACH COPIES OF MOST RECENT RECONCILED BANK STATEMENTS FROM EACH ACCOUNT) General Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Payroll Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Tax Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Other monies on hand (specify type and location) i.e., CD's, bonds, etc.: ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Date: MARCH 28, 2005 _____________________________ Debtor in Possession Form 5
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: IRONTON IRON, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67603 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly ______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance ______ _______ Life Insurance ______ _______ Retirement ______ _______ Company Vehicle ______ _______ Entertainment ______ _______ Travel ______ _______ Other Benefits ______ _______ Total Benefits ______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid ______ _______ Loans ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Total Other Payments ______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly ______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Ironton Iron, Inc. Case Number: 04-67603 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------------- -------------- ----------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67606 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: [X] Operating Statement (Form 2) [X] Balance Sheet (Form 3) [X] Summary of Operations (Form 4) [X] Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) [X] Statement of Compensation (Form 6) [X] Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts --------------------------------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- ------------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE #04-67606 LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY ------------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 8,107 $ 38,565 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight 3,724 18,259 Wages - Hourly 1,069 5,889 Wages-Salary 324 1,640 Employee Benefits and Pension 1,135 4,812 Repairs & Maintenance 378 2,256 Supplies 491 2,713 Utilities 353 1,540 Purchased Components/Services 286 1,002 Income(loss) from Pattern Sales (4) (7) Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) (2) (42) MIS Expense 35 182 Travel & Entertainment - 4 Other Variable Costs 291 2,414 Depreciation & Amortization 220 1,068 Other Allocated Fixed Costs - (1) Other Fixed Costs 117 579 ---------- -------- Cost of Goods Sold 8,417 42,308 Gross Profit (310) (3,743) Plant SG&A Expense - - SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) 193 923 Other Operating Expenses 4 264 ---------- -------- Total Operating Expenses 197 1,187 Operating Profit (507) (4,930) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) (121) (206) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) (2) 6 ---------- -------- Total Non-Operating Expenses (123) (200) Income Before Income Taxes (630) (5,130) Income Tax Expense - - ---------- -------- Net Income ($ 630) ($ 5,130) ========== ========
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 Other: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) -------- $ 2,060 ======== Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. Allocation: [Download Table] Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 -------- Total $ 2,060 ========
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INTERMET Corp. and subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE #04-67606 -------------- LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY -------------- Cash And Equivalents $ 0 Accounts Receivable 9,308 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 6 Inventories 4,752 Other Current Assets 63 --------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 14,129 Land and Buildings 19,915 Machinery & Equipment 53,034 Construction In Progress 14 --------- Total Fixed Assets 72,963 Accumulated Depreciation (58,379) --------- NET FIXED ASSETS 14,584 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 1,337 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 443 --------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 30,493 ========= LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 1,201 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 381 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 334 --------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 1,916 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 0 Accrued Workers Comp. 2,212 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 --------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 2,212 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 7,589 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 --------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 7,589 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 2,528 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 7 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 467 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 2,341 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 152 Minority Interest 0 --------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 17,212 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 0 Retained Earnings - Prepetition 18,411 Retained Earnings - Post Petition (5,130) Equity In European Operations 0 Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 --------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY 13,281 --------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 30,493 =========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY (ARCHER CREEK) CASE #04-67606 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/05 Withheld Deposits 02/28/05 --------- ----------- ---------- --------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 ($ 170,713) $ 170,713 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State 0 (67,165) 67,165 0 Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld 0 (112,253) 112,253 0 Employers FICA (29,405) (110,747) 113,010 (27,142) Unemployment Tax: Federal (15,294) (10,725) 13,350 (12,670) Unemployment Tax: State (109,821) (93,572) 44,980 (158,412) All Other Payroll W/H (31,066) (82,488) 196,649 83,096 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise (47,684) (3,000) 877 (49,808) Property Taxes (25,262) (25,262) 4,315 (46,209) Workers Compensation (102,250) (31,750) 41,007 (92,993) --------- ----------- ---------- --------- Total ($ 360,782) ($ 707,674) $ 764,318 ($ 304,137) Wages and Salaries (361,836) (1,444,147) 1,425,129 (380,854) --------- ----------- ---------- --------- Grand Total ($ 722,617) ($ 2,151,821) $2,189,447 ($ 684,991) ========= =========== ========== ========= Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $1,201,471 1,197,471.41 4,000.00 - Accounts Receivable $9,667,596 9,008,846.00 595,566.00 63,184.00
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY (RADFORD) CASE #04-67606 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 ---------------- ----------- ---------- ------------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 ($ 1,223) $ 1,223 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State 0 (536) 536 0 Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld 0 (852) 852 0 Employers FICA 0 (852) 852 0 Unemployment Tax: Federal 0 0 0 0 Unemployment Tax: State 0 0 0 0 All Other Payroll W/H 0 (295) 295 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise 0 0 0 0 Property Taxes (20,491) (10,000) 0 (30,491) Workers Compensation 0 0 0 0 -------------- ---------- ---------- ------------ Total ($ 20,491) ($ 13,757) $ 3,757 ($ 30,491) Wages and Salaries 0 0 0 0 -------------- ---------- ---------- ------------ Grand Total ($ 20,491) ($ 13,757) $ 3,757 ($ 30,491) ============== ========== ========== ============ Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable - Post Petition $ 0 $0 $0 $ 0 Accounts Receivable -Pre & Post $37,500 $0 $0 37,500.00
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT [Enlarge/Download Table] CASE # 04-67606 LYNCHBURG FOUNDRIES - ARCHER CREEK ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX 77314 DEPOSIT AP PR (HOURLY) PR (SALARY) ACCOUNT # 1599583 5401086466 2770716393 2770716385 2770716690 BANK Bank One - Inactive Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. TOTAL BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - RECEIPTS - 2,501,780 - - - 2,501,780 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - 1,672,193 1,219,923 262,391 3,154,507 DIP INFLOW - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - (1,672,193) (1,219,923) (262,391) (3,154,507) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) - (2,501,780) - - - (2,501,780) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - -------- ---------- ------------ ---------- --------- ---------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 3,432,876 CHECKS ISSUED 1,555,036 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 1,271,674 ------------ TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $ 6,259,586 ============ OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 494,333 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 (1,564) CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 1,555,036 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (1,672,193) ------------ OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 375,612.59 ============
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LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY, INC.(ARCHER CREEK) CASE NO. 04-67606 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- AC CONTROLS CO $ 754.77 ACTION MACHINERY 2,439.14 ADAMS MOTOR CO 53.25 ADVANCED CARBIDE TOOL 4,778.30 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS & ELEC 127.50 AEA TECHNOLOGY 45.98 AETNA U.S. HEALTHCARE 13,606.27 AFP INDUSTRIES 396.00 AGFA NDT, INC 816.99 AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS 2,055.21 AIRGAS MID-AMERICA 735.08 ALABAMA BY-PRODUCTS 567,574.40 ALLOR MFG 5.85 ALLTEL 291.47 ALPHA OMEGA RESOURCES 1,775.03 ALTA SHOE SHOP INC 277.34 AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER 171,948.45 AMERIGAS - LYNCHBURG-MONROE 7,800.00 AMX PERFORMANCE CO 755.00 APPLIED ENGINEERING, INC 578.40 APPLIED IND. TECHNOLOGIES 4,986.87 APPOMATTOX DRUG STORE 295.55 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES 3,144.14 ARCET EQUIPMENT 3,258.87 ARTISAND 366.09 ASC INDUSTRIES 1,375.87 ASSET ACCEPTANCE 493.54 AT&T 583.41 ATCO INDUSTRIES, INC 1,892.53 ATLANTIC COAST TOYOTALIFT 2,370.42 ATL-EAST TAG & LABEL 2,519.08 ATMOSPHERE ANNEALING 1,792.78 AUTOCOM MANUFACTURING 262,909.50 AUTOTECH SYSTEMS 490.16 BANKS COMPANY 4,202.20 BARKER-JENNINGS 6,773.22 BEARDSLEY & PIPER 152.15 BERGQUIST WAREHOUSE 57.49 BFI 38,554.97 BHA 29,071.04 BLUE RIDGE OCCUP. HEALTH, INC 1,183.00 BMG METALS 12,163.37 BOND, CYNTHIA GALLIER 369.52 BOULEVARD PROPERTIES 821.25 BRAMMER SAFETY SUPPLY 15,060.15 BRC COMPANY 8,837.56 BRENNTAG SOUTHEAST 1,708.55 BROOKVILLE H.S. PTSO 125.00 BUEHLER LTD 819.34 BWI DISTRIBUTION, INC 1,840.00 CAMPBELL COUNTY TREASURER 1,073.10 CAMPBELL, MIKE, SR. 100.00 CAMPBELL-PAYNE 480.00 CANDLER OIL 38,623.24 CAPITAL EQUIPMENT SALES, INC 565.75 CAPITAL ONE BANK 1,195.94 CAPP, INC. 701.72 CARCO INC 197.28 CARLTON SCALE 3,172.43 CAROLINA FIREBRICK SPEC. 2,000.00 CAROTEK 260.00 CARRIER VIBRATING 898.36 CARTER MACHINERY 590.60 CASTEC, INC 873.16 CC METALS & ALLOYS 152,206.75 CENTRA HEALTH 956.85 CENTRA LAB 196.50 CENTRAL VA FEDERAL 291.29 CHAMPION CHISEL WORKS 3,330.76 CHEMALLOY COMPANY, INC 420.00 CHICAGO FREIGHT CAR LEASING 5,243.99 CITY OF LYNCHBURG 1,449.00
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LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY, INC.(ARCHER CREEK) CASE NO. 04-67606 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- COLUMBIA GAS 9,808.21 COLUMBIA MARKING TOOLS 179.36 COMMERICAL STEEL ERECTION 60,095.50 CONSUMER DORIN ADAMS 23,209.45 CONTROL CHIEF CORP 897.21 CONTROL CORP OF AMERICA 178.14 CRANE AMERICA SERVICES 1,650.00 CROSS SALES & ENGINEERING 611.77 CSXT 5,247.00 DAVID J. JOSEPH (270,676.42) DAY-TIMERS 25.98 DELTA AUTOMATION 2,124.35 DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES 344.25 DETEK 325.00 DICK HARRIS & SON TRUCK 8,624.07 DIKE-O-SEAL 1,144.66 DM&E RAILROAD 45,018.26 DODSON BROS. EXTERMINATING 177.00 DOMINION METALLURGICAL 959.25 EAGLITE CHEMICALS 1,936.00 EASTERN N D T INC 827.84 EASTERN TECHNICAL ASSOCIATES 675.00 ECK SUPPLY 9,074.32 EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES 139.00 EDWARDS MEDICAL SUPPLY 60.40 ELECTRIC MELTING 46,979.93 ELECTRONICS REPAIR CENTER 552.00 ELKEM METALS 54,033.32 ELY CRANE AND HOIST 16,537.30 EMLEX CONSTRUCTION 72,222.00 ENGINE DESIGN SYSTEMS INC 3,380.00 ENGINE DISTRIBUTORS 33.66 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY 2,627.00 EQUIPMENT MERCHANTS, INTL 7,784.81 EUTECTIC CORPORATION 345.31 EXCEL TECHNOLOGIES 174.50 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY 585.12 FEI LYNCHBURG #75 269.51 FERBEE-JOHNSON CO 10,567.75 FIRE & SAFETY EQUIPMENT 700.35 FIRTION, BRIAN 35.47 FLOYD, BRADLEY 90.90 FOLEY MATERIAL HANDLING 501.10 FOLKS, MELANIE 1,586.00 FOSECO 59,691.57 FOSTER ELECTRIC CO 397.89 FREEMAN MFG & SUPPLY 2,362.11 FROEHLING & ROBERTSON, INC 4,393.60 G E SUPPLY 750.96 G.E. CAPITAL 11,542.96 GEE, KIRKLIN 100.00 GENERAL KINEMATICS 5,824.98 GLOBAL STONE JAMES RIVER 4,000.00 GLOBE METALLURGICAL 172,516.80 HA INTERNATIONAL 42,972.00 HAJOCA CORPORATION 60.10 HALL, ERNEST 84.59 HARBISON-WALKER REFRACTORIES 13,343.58 HELEN P. PARRISH 207.00 HELWIG CARBON, INC 186.04 HERAEUS ELECTRO-NITE CO 9,603.31 HERBERT L. BESKIN 8,122.00 HERITAGE H.S. 125.00 HILL AND GRIFFITH 43,445.98 HOPKINS, WILLIAM D 168.02 HORSEHEAD RESOURCE DVLP 8,000.00 I.A.M. NATIONAL PENSION FUND 1,913.30 INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS 1,234.21 INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CORP 13,130.02 INDUSTRIAL TOOL SERVICES 824.64 INGE, DAPHNE 122.74 INTERNATIONAL ASSOC 432.00
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LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY, INC.(ARCHER CREEK) CASE NO. 04-67606 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- INTERSTATE BATTERY 63.90 INT-L SURFACE CORPORATION 18,711.90 JACKSON WANDA K 396.92 JAMES D. ENGLISH 10,379.69 JAMES T. DAVIS 825.91 JDN LEASING 3,500.00 JEFFERSON GALLERIES 1,813.45 JESUS BARAJAS CARLOS 1,977.50 JFHS AFTER-PROM CELEBRATION 125.00 JOBE& COMPANY 1,315.92 JOHNSON DIVERSE/DUBOIS 3,217.50 JOHNSON, GEORGE 84.59 JONES, JOE 100.00 KC ROBOTICS, INC 6,083.50 KEETER-DIXON-PEARRE 370.00 KENT RUDBECK 1,164.24 KINDT COLLINS CO 359.06 LABORATORY CORP. OF AMERICA 16.50 LAWRENCE EQUIPMENT 4,106.09 LEWIS SYSTEMS INC. 2,625.29 LEWIS, ANGELA V. 369.20 LINA 216.50 LINDA TOMLIN 37.50 LIVINGSTON AND HAVEN 233.60 LYNCHBURG GARAGE DOOR 3,950.00 MABINS, GARY 90.90 MACDERMID INC 137.75 MAGNETEK INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS 555.00 MARJO PLASTICS 3,671.36 MARTIN, DAVID 107.08 MASTER GAGE & TOOL CO 1,900.00 MAYBERRY, SHAUN 80.41 MAYBERRY, SUSIE 936.17 MCI COMM SERVICE 22.04 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY 133.87 MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGIES 166.39 MEDICAL ASSOCIATES OF CENTRAL VA 327.18 METAL MARKER MFG 1,102.17 METSO MINERALS IND 2,141.75 MIDCO INTERNATIONAL, INC 179.37 MIDWESCO, INC 20,583.36 MONROE, SARAH 1,329.24 MOORE'S MACHINE CO 2,840.00 MORRIS MATERIAL HANDLING 197.57 MOTION INDUSTRIES 1,286.98 NATIONAL AUTO PARTS 242.32 NATIONAL MATERIAL TRADING 485,723.53 NEWARK INONE 180.72 NOEL SYSTEMS 628.00 NORTH AMERICAN MFG CO 69.71 OLYMPIC CREDIT FUND 9,902.88 OMNISOURCE FT WAYNE 1,812,946.50 OSBORNE INTERNATIONAL 386.28 OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION CO 72.86 PALLETONE OF VA 5,399.10 PAYROLL DISBURSEMENTS (INCLUDES CORP PAYMENTS) 1,271,674.27 PEARSON EQUIPMENT 366.00 PGS, INC 408.71 PIEDMONT FOUNDRY SUPPLY 101,012.96 PORTER WARNER IND 59,930.12 POSTMASTER 570.00 POTOMAC ENVIRONMENTAL 624.52 PRECISION HYDRAULICS CO 827.92 PRO CHEM INCORPORATED 425.00 PROCHEM ANALYTICAL 100.00 PRODUCT ACTION 2,640.13 PROVIDENT LIFE & ACCIDENT 2,393.68 QSI, INC 151.79 R.I. LAMPUS 72,568.00 RAMSEY, MARTHA 790.35 RAY, JAMES 90.90 REBECCA B. CONNELLY 600.00
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LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY, INC.(ARCHER CREEK) CASE NO. 04-67606 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- RED HILL GRINDING WHEEL 10,096.96 REI CONSULTANTS 6,718.00 REXEL 476.38 RICHMOND SECURITY SERVICES 10,283.44 ROBERTS SINTO CORP 60.00 RSC 5,327.10 SAFETY-KLEEN 792.00 SAF-GARD SAFETY SHOE 189.98 SALEM TOOLS 469.25 SERVICE FIRST 1,444.37 SERVICE PRINTING 207.00 SHEPHERDS FABRICS & SUPLS 128.00 SMITH SERVICES 7,816.14 SOUTHEAST SERVICE SUPPLY 2,130.49 SOUTHERN AIR 1,410.00 SOUTHERN GRAPHICS & SUPPLY 65.00 SOUTHERN MAINTENANCE SUPPLY 2,096.31 SPECIAL K LANDSCAPING 500.00 SPECIALTY FOUNDRY PRODUCTS 747.00 STAHL, INC 2,792.31 STEELE, WILLIAM 25.00 STERICYCLE INC 429.90 SUPERIOR GRAPHITE 24,153.76 T K GROUP, INC 123.00 T. H. COMMUNICATIONS 70.00 TEMPLETON'S MKT 552.11 THE MASA CORP 3,500.40 THERMAL TECHNOLOGIES 2,625.00 THOMPSON TRUCKING 50,020.33 TIME TECHNOLOGIES 81.03 TORRENCE PLUMBING 8,425.17 TRANE 156.60 TRANSMAN 14,614.79 TREASURER OF VA 19,674.97 TUSCOLA SAGINAW BAY RAILWAY 52,316.33 UMETCO INC 21,000.00 UNITED HYDRAULICS INC 25,513.83 UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL VA 3,985.28 VA CAROLINA BELTING 3,093.36 VA DEPT OF TAX 1,137.36 VALLEY FASTENERS 3,169.01 VBS 1,299.36 VERIZON 53.65 VIRGINIA CAROLINA CONTROLS 351.75 VIRGINIA ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS 650.48 VIRGINIA METAL SERVICE 2,308.31 W.E.L. ENTERPRISES 13,036.50 WADE, BRANDON 90.90 WENDT DUNNINGTON 557.61 WESCO 1,723.99 WESTERN VIRGINIA SERVICE, INC 38.00 WEXFORD SAND COMPANY 25,280.00 WHEELABRATOR ABRASIVES 42,570.00 WHITE, ERNEST 90.90 WIGGINGTON RD FAMILY PRACTICE 483.00 WILLIAMS, CLARENCE 5,306.40 WILLIAMSON & WILMER 40.34 WISCONSIN BOX COMPANY 10,977.00 WOMEN'S HEALTH SERVICES 404.78 XEROX CORPORATION 1,771.76 XPEDX 6,500.25 -------------- $ 6,259,586.34
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LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY CASE NO. 04-67606 AT 2/28/05 ARCHER CREEK - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 375,612.59 Prepetition Checks Voided in March 12,819.00 Misc Reconciling Items Adjusted in March (1,944.78) ----------- 386,486.81 Unadjusted GL Balance 386,486.81 ----------- Difference $ - ===========
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ARCHER CREEK OUTSTANDING CHECKS CASE NO. 04-67606 [Enlarge/Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING 10/8/04 15418 28.35 2/25/05 17905 277.34 2/25/05 17977 1,923.53 10/8/04 15419 85.61 2/25/05 17907 4,355.12 2/25/05 17978 50.00 10/8/04 15421 28.35 2/25/05 17908 222.77 2/25/05 17979 890.37 10/11/04 15430 52.67 2/25/05 17909 1,048.65 2/25/05 17980 9,823.72 10/14/04 15447 42.76 2/25/05 17910 287.65 2/25/05 17981 578.40 10/15/04 15452 296.64 2/25/05 17911 1,268.63 2/25/05 17982 154.77 10/15/04 15470 518.33 2/25/05 17912 6,569.63 2/25/05 17983 43.92 10/22/04 15555 48.50 2/25/05 17913 2,318.28 2/25/05 17984 208.46 1/5/05 16804 1,263.56 2/25/05 17914 1,073.10 2/25/05 17985 11.50 1/28/05 17333 186.71 2/25/05 17915 3,172.43 2/25/05 17986 611.84 2/11/05 17583 754.77 2/25/05 17916 10,182.50 2/25/05 17987 362.07 2/11/05 17629 1,444.37 2/25/05 17917 6,175.45 2/25/05 17988 76.50 2/11/05 17643 35.47 2/25/05 17918 1,650.00 2/25/05 17989 280.40 2/11/05 17648 327.18 2/25/05 17919 570.60 2/25/05 17990 1,010.22 2/15/05 17697 100.00 2/25/05 17920 177.00 2/25/05 17991 203.90 2/15/05 17717 797.92 2/25/05 17921 241.07 2/25/05 17992 7,185.60 2/15/05 17718 11.99 2/25/05 17922 1,936.00 2/25/05 17993 7,185.60 2/15/05 17723 262.28 2/25/05 17923 858.29 2/25/05 17994 269.20 2/15/05 17727 226.63 2/25/05 17924 987.50 2/25/05 17995 2,124.35 2/15/05 17728 568.00 2/25/05 17925 3,380.00 2/25/05 17996 13.05 2/15/05 17731 1,434.00 2/25/05 17926 5.07 2/25/05 17997 231.35 2/18/05 17790 291.47 2/25/05 17928 7,108.00 2/25/05 17998 619.48 2/18/05 17794 1,195.94 2/25/05 17929 5,230.00 2/25/05 17999 94.00 2/18/05 17795 291.29 2/25/05 17930 4,416.12 2/25/05 18000 253.44 2/18/05 17801 123.00 2/25/05 17931 8,000.00 2/25/05 18001 119.87 2/18/05 17802 37.50 2/25/05 17932 641.07 2/25/05 18002 648.00 2/18/05 17804 50.00 2/25/05 17933 3,127.64 2/25/05 18003 12.12 2/18/05 17808 88.16 2/25/05 17934 7,460.44 2/25/05 18004 8.38 2/18/05 17809 4.00 2/25/05 17935 735.31 2/25/05 18005 345.31 2/18/05 17821 96.58 2/25/05 17936 3,500.00 2/25/05 18006 128.00 2/18/05 17822 12.85 2/25/05 17937 370.00 2/25/05 18007 175.00 2/18/05 17823 2,015.64 2/25/05 17938 91.29 2/25/05 18008 256.00 2/18/05 17824 707.50 2/25/05 17939 166.39 2/25/05 18009 15.64 2/18/05 17826 48.50 2/25/05 17940 5,399.10 2/25/05 18010 250.00 2/18/05 17827 956.00 2/25/05 17941 198.00 2/25/05 18011 59.98 2/18/05 17829 7,203.00 2/25/05 17942 624.52 2/25/05 18012 187.99 2/21/05 17833 25,210.50 2/25/05 17943 50.00 2/25/05 18013 5,941.00 2/22/05 17845 651.45 2/25/05 17944 151.79 2/25/05 18014 142.50 2/22/05 17850 113.71 2/25/05 17945 4,322.42 2/25/05 18015 1,286.98 2/22/05 17851 333.12 2/25/05 17946 825.00 2/25/05 18016 476.38 2/22/05 17852 42.98 2/25/05 17947 396.00 2/25/05 18018 35.00 2/22/05 17853 10.50 2/25/05 17948 424.54 2/25/05 18019 30.00 2/22/05 17854 23.22 2/25/05 17949 1,120.00 2/25/05 18020 956.00 2/22/05 17855 46.44 2/25/05 17950 1,319.32 2/25/05 18021 703.50 2/22/05 17856 159.32 2/25/05 17951 429.90 2/25/05 18022 25,210.50 2/22/05 17857 23.22 2/25/05 17952 588.85 2/25/05 18023 480.00 2/22/05 17858 143.00 2/25/05 17953 2,145.00 2/28/05 18024 80.00 2/22/05 17859 9.15 2/25/05 17954 1,236.85 2/28/05 18025 162.00 2/22/05 17860 1,507.38 2/25/05 17955 562.01 2/28/05 18026 1,362.71 2/22/05 17861 51.98 2/25/05 17956 2,331.00 2/28/05 18027 310.00 2/22/05 17862 149.19 2/25/05 17957 1,723.99 2/28/05 18028 36,015.00 2/22/05 17863 1,840.00 2/25/05 17958 10,977.00 2/28/05 18029 7,119.00 2/22/05 17866 872.00 2/25/05 17959 2,256.10 2/22/05 17868 240.00 2/25/05 17960 493.54 $ 375,612.59 2/22/05 17869 10.00 2/25/05 17961 92.38 2/22/05 17874 3,349.00 2/25/05 17962 125.00 2/22/05 17875 60.59 2/25/05 17963 93.50 2/22/05 17876 129.60 2/25/05 17964 863.35 2/22/05 17877 11.39 2/25/05 17965 9,808.21 2/22/05 17879 33.22 2/25/05 17966 146.28 2/22/05 17880 359.06 2/25/05 17967 8,122.00 2/22/05 17886 890.42 2/25/05 17968 125.00 2/22/05 17890 106.27 2/25/05 17969 99.23 2/23/05 17891 34,214.25 2/25/05 17970 10,379.69 2/25/05 17899 53.25 2/25/05 17971 125.00 2/25/05 17900 2,572.90 2/25/05 17972 92.30 2/25/05 17901 127.50 2/25/05 17973 145.82 2/25/05 17902 45.98 2/25/05 17974 600.00 2/25/05 17903 221.80 2/25/05 17975 3,649.88 2/25/05 17904 203.89 2/25/05 17976 3,792.35
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT [Enlarge/Download Table] CASE # 04-67606 LYNCHBURG FOUNDRIES - (RADFORD FOUNDRY) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX 77307 DEPOSITORY AP PR (HOURLY) PR (SALARY) ACCOUNT # 1599413 5401086474 2770716419 2770716401 2770716708 BANK Bank One Stan Fed Stan Fed - Inactive Stan Fed - Inactive Stan Fed TOTAL BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - RECEIPTS 194 - - - - 194 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - - - 107 107 DIP INFLOW - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - - - (107) (107) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) (194) - - - - (194) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - ------ --- --- --- ----- ----- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - - - (0.00) NOTE: Radford's payroll is consolidated with the Corporate payroll due to immateriality
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: LYNCHBURG FOUNDRY, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67606 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ___________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Lynchburg Foundry, Inc. Case Number: 04-67606 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------------- -------------- ----------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67608 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor NORTHERN CASTINGS CORP. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: [X] Operating Statement (Form 2) [X] Balance Sheet (Form 3) [X] Summary of Operations (Form 4) [X] Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) [X] Statement of Compensation (Form 6) [X] Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ---------------------------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- --------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE #04-67608 NORTHERN CASTINGS --------------------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 1,679 $ 7,449 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight 354 2,109 Wages - Hourly 232 1,086 Wages-Salary 84 405 Employee Benefits and Pension 121 586 Repairs & Maintenance 108 365 Supplies 93 431 Utilities 170 720 Purchased Components/Services 92 267 Income(loss) from Pattern Sales (14) (143) Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense 11 59 Travel & Entertainment 5 10 Other Variable Costs 56 105 Depreciation & Amortization 42 211 Other Allocated Fixed Costs - - Other Fixed Costs 20 93 --------- ------------ Cost of Goods Sold 1,374 6,304 Gross Profit 305 1,145 Plant SG&A Expense - - SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) 49 241 Other Operating Expenses - - --------- ------------ Total Operating Expenses 49 241 Operating Profit 256 904 Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) (25) (36) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - - --------- ------------ Total Non-Operating Expenses (25) (36) Income Before Income Taxes 231 868 Income Tax Expense (1) 3 --------- ------------ Net Income $ 232 $ 865 ========= ============
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) ------- $ 2,060 ======= Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. [Download Table] Allocation: Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 ------ Total $2,060 ======
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE #04-67608 -------------- NORTHERN CASTINGS -------------- Cash And Equivalents $ 0 Accounts Receivable 2,581 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Inventories 830 Other Current Assets 3 -------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 3,414 Land and Buildings 2,266 Machinery & Equipment 8,644 Construction In Progress 0 -------- Total Fixed Assets 10,910 Accumulated Depreciation (9,229) -------- NET FIXED ASSETS 1,681 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 11,199 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 115 -------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 16,409 ======== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 427 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 65 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 52 -------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 544 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 29 Accrued Workers Comp 53 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 -------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 82 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 1,661 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 -------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 1,661 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 337 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 0 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 0 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 0 Minority Interest 0 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 2,624 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 1,800 Retained Earnings - Prepetition 11,120 Retained Earnings - Post Petition 865 Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 -------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY 13,785 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 16,409 ========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 NORTHERN CASTINGS CORP. CASE #04-67608 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/05 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- Income tax withheld: Federal ($ 5,688) ($ 28,202) $ 29,288 ($ 4,603) Income tax withheld: State (2,597) (12,651) 13,041 (2,207) Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld (5,152) (23,952) 24,404 (4,700) Employers FICA (4,856) (17,720) 18,173 (4,403) Unemployment Tax: Federal 2,308 (6,269) 0 (3,961) Unemployment Tax: State 0 0 0 0 All Other Payroll W/H 0 0 0 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise (1,584) (646) 1,584 (646) Property Taxes (10,000) (2,500) 0 (12,500) Workers Compensation (11,768) (7,000) 111 (18,657) --------- --------- --------- --------- Total ($ 39,338) ($ 98,941) $ 86,601 ($ 51,677) Wages and Salaries (66,641) (30,778) 32,934 (64,485) --------- --------- --------- --------- Grand Total ($105,978) ($129,719) $ 119,535 ($116,162) ========= ========= ========= ========= Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days ---------- ---------- ---------- ------------ Age in Days (Post Petiition) Accounts Payable $ 427,046 $ 427,046 $ 0 $ 0 Accounts Receivable $2,627,439 $2,293,337 $ 241,632 $ 92,470
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT [Enlarge/Download Table] CASE # 04-67608 NORTHERN CASTINGS (HIBBING) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX 77122 DEPOSIT AP PR (HOURLY) PR (SALARY) ACCOUNT # 1261483 5401086458 2770716435 2770716427 2770716682 BANK Bank One Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. TOTAL BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - RECEIPTS 166,019 368,518 - - - 534,537 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - 441,914 236,360 69,369 747,643 DIP INFLOW - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - - (236,360) (69,369) (305,728) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) (166,019) (368,518) (441,914) - - (976,451) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - ----------- ---------- ---------- ----------- ---------- -------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 425,641 CHECKS ISSUED 407,677 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 281,772 ---------- TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $1,115,090 ========== OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 123,770 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 - CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 407,677 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (440,330) EFT of $ 1,584 not included. ---------- OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 91,117 ==========
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NORTHERN CASTINGS CORPORATION CASE NO. 04-67608 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- 3 Rivers Trucking, Inc $ 7,926.14 Aetna 1,341.02 Airgas - North Central 4,877.19 Allied Mineral Products Inc 2,749.12 Alter Trading 35,000.00 American Colloid 36,115.64 Ameripride Linen 1,474.82 ASI Data Myte Inc 319.50 B & R Engineering 2,804.50 B C M 1,330.00 Baldwin Supply 167.74 BDI - Bearing Service Co 332.39 Beardsley & Piper 7,563.00 Beckstrom, Bruce 83.51 Behr Iron 300,000.00 Behr Specialty 3,100.00 Bob Scofield 15,507.50 Bruce R Smith 2,340.00 Carlson Systems Corp 20.33 Carpenter Brothers 71.37 Carquest Auto Parts 363.48 Cast Corporation 44,272.00 Collection Bureau of Little Falls 123.36 Disa 8,274.60 Dixie Industrial Finishing 1,728.64 Elkem Metals 46,683.99 EMSCO 3,995.80 ENCO 60.79 Erickson Lumber & Fuel 220.58 Express Print 1,807.01 Fastenal Company 806.06 Ferrellgas 74.99 Full Circle Image 161.03 G E Capital 1,017.08 George Bougalis 1,200.00 Gil-Mar Manufacturing 16,605.00 GMP Local 21B 1,370.50 Guaranteed Quality Cleaning 329.09 Heraeus Electro-Nite Co 3,832.18 Hibbing Community College 1,570.00 Hibbing Police Association 30.00 Hi-Temp 4,793.08 I.R.B Inc. 1,638.00 J. N. Johnson 372.75 Jasper Eng. 799.79 Ken's A-1 Auto 20.00 L & L Rental 1,521.85 Larpen Metallurgical 957.00 Lekatz, Mike 1,607.24 Lerch Brothers 180.00 Lina 8.00
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NORTHERN CASTINGS CORPORATION CASE NO. 04-67608 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- Lucarelli, Mark 43.00 Malton Electric 366.18 McMaster-Carr Supply 117.92 Mesabi Office Equipment, Inc 566.53 Metokote Corp 5,420.90 Midtown Machine 4,001.70 Midwest Computer Depot 126.57 Miller & Co 19,161.03 Minnesota Bearing Co 3,336.27 Minnesota Industries 2,413.93 Minnsota Power 122,704.14 Minn-Tech Electronics 358.50 MN Child Support 6,865.03 MN Dept of Revenue 768.26 MN Supply Co 2,292.31 National Metal Abrasive, Inc - National Metal Abrasive, Inc 6,250.00 Nelsons 200.00 New Castle E-Coating Plus 278.08 Northeast Technical 1,667.50 Northern Balance & Scale 2,302.50 Northern Technologies 354.94 Occupational Dev. Center 2,843.40 Office North 1,666.30 Omnidyne Croporation 2,450.83 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES CORP PAYMENTS) 281,772.07 Pitney Bowes 242.82 Platico Corp 775.39 Precisions Repair 144.10 Provident Life 358.32 PTS, Inc 233.75 Quick, Alan 191.34 Radko Iron & Supply, Inc 1,645.40 Range Auto Glass Inc 154.65 Range Steel Fabricators 2,172.61 Range Water 47.93 Rapid Rooter 875.00 Reserve Account 500.00 Rose & Erickson Law Firm 1.35 RRHS UMCM Mesaba Clinic 200.00 Sacco Paint Supply Co 1,230.16 Securitas Sec Serv 3,186.74 Seline, Roger 2,120.88 Side Lake Septic 185.00 Sim Supply, Inc 390.55 Simplexgrinnell 59.25 St. Louis County Waste Dept 11,000.00 Sullivan Candy & Supply Co 1,373.95 Sunny Hill Dist 11.61 Sunrise Bakery 97.51 TDS Metrocom 573.38 Town and Country Electric 7,232.01
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NORTHERN CASTINGS CORPORATION CASE NO. 04-67608 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- Toyota-Lift of MN 1,219.26 Trimark Industrial 1,456.71 Tritec of MN, Inc 4,410.00 TTS 245.34 UESCO 308.67 Unimin 11,200.00 Utility Chemical 3,847.03 Vesuvius 7,346.16 Vickers Engineering 10,826.20 Vista Eyes 57.58 Wally's Drain Cleaning 225.00 Wheelabrator 1,068.61 ------------- $1,115,089.81
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NORTHERN CASTINGS CORP CASE NO. 04-67608 AT 2/28/05 HIBBING - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 91,116.57 Manual Check #76177 booked in March. (2,292.31) ---------- 88,824.26 Unadjusted GL Balance 88,824.26 ---------- Difference $ - ==========
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NORTHERN CASTINGS CORP OUTSTANDING CHECKS CASE NO. 04-67608 [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING 1/26/05 76015 11.18 1/26/05 76042 84.60 2/14/05 76131 1,370.50 2/14/05 76133 30.00 2/16/05 76148 1,200.00 2/16/05 76160 233.75 2/17/05 76174 7,563.00 2/17/05 76175 167.74 2/17/05 76176 60.79 2/17/05 76177 2,292.31 2/22/05 76184 8,274.60 2/22/05 76186 308.67 2/22/05 76188 200.00 2/23/05 76190 2,000.00 2/24/05 76195 853.27 2/24/05 76196 1,249.60 2/24/05 76197 13,978.58 2/24/05 76198 447.29 2/24/05 76199 319.50 2/24/05 76200 2,390.50 2/24/05 76202 148.30 2/24/05 76203 1,805.00 2/24/05 76204 220.58 2/24/05 76205 96.62 2/24/05 76206 74.99 2/24/05 76207 161.03 2/24/05 76208 4,455.00 2/24/05 76209 3,832.18 2/24/05 76210 20.00 2/24/05 76211 676.16 2/24/05 76212 180.00 2/24/05 76213 117.92 2/24/05 76214 4,001.70 2/24/05 76215 358.50 2/24/05 76216 1,105.07 2/24/05 76217 1,727.39 2/24/05 76218 278.08 2/24/05 76219 1,667.50 2/24/05 76220 900.00 2/24/05 76221 253.65 2/24/05 76222 242.82 2/24/05 76223 773.38 2/24/05 76224 963.83 2/24/05 76225 47.93 2/24/05 76226 689.05 2/24/05 76227 805.14 2/24/05 76228 185.00 2/24/05 76229 199.51 2/24/05 76230 59.25 2/24/05 76231 950.41 2/24/05 76232 97.51 2/24/05 76233 5,461.85 2/24/05 76234 1,456.71 2/24/05 76235 1,240.00 2/24/05 76236 245.34 2/24/05 76238 57.58 2/24/05 76240 1,570.00 2/24/05 76243 75.00 2/24/05 76245 1,219.26 2/25/05 76246 2,815.93 2/25/05 76247 123.36 2/25/05 76248 150.32 2/28/05 76249 1,144.00 2/28/05 76250 1,287.00 2/28/05 76251 2,412.20 2/28/05 76252 1,728.64 $ 91,116.57
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: NORTHERN CASTINGS CORP. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67608 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 _________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form-6
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Northern Castings Corp. Case Number: 04-67608 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------- ------- ------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67613 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor SUDBURY, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: [X] Operating Statement (Form 2) [X] Balance Sheet (Form 3) [X] Summary of Operations (Form 4) [X] Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) [X] Statement of Compensation (Form 6) [X] Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ------------------------------------ Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- -------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statements For the Month Ended 2-28-05($000's) [Download Table] CASE # 04-67613 SUDBURY INC. --------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 0 $ 0 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight - - Wages - Hourly - - Wages-Salary - - Employee Benefits and Pension - - Repairs & Maintenance - - Supplies - - Utilities - - Purchased Components/Services - - Income(loss) from Pattern Sales - - Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense - - Travel & Entertainment - - Other Variable Costs - - Depreciation & Amortization - 177 Other Allocated Fixed Costs - - Other Fixed Costs - (1) ------------- ------------------ Cost of Goods Sold - 176 Gross Profit - (176) Plant SG&A Expense - - SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) - - Other Operating Expenses - 62,559 ------------- ------------------ Total Operating Expenses - 62,559 Operating Profit - (62,735) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) - (13) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - - ------------- ------------------ Total Non-Operating Expenses - (13) Income Before Income Taxes - (62,748) Income Tax Expense - - ------------- ------------------ Net Income $ 0 ($ 62,748) ============= ==================
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) -------- $ 2,060 ======== Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. Allocation: [Download Table] Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 -------- Total $ 2,060 ========
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE # 04-67613 --------------- SUDBURY INC. Cash And Equivalents $ 0 Accounts Receivable 7 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Inventories 0 Other Current Assets 0 --------------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 7 Land and Buildings (2,077) Machinery & Equipment (23,412) Construction In Progress 0 --------------- Total Fixed Assets (25,489) Accumulated Depreciation 25,489 --------------- NET FIXED ASSETS 0 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 12,860 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 77 --------------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 12,944 =============== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 0 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 0 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 0 --------------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 0 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes (2,031) Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 47 Accrued Workers Comp. 0 Accrued Payroll 0 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 --------------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES (1,984) UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 2 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 --------------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 2 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 2 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 0 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 0 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 64,312 Minority Interest 0 --------------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 62,332 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 86,100 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (72,740) Retained Earnings - Post Petition (62,748) Equity In European Operations 0 Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 --------------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY (49,388) --------------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 12,944 ===============
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 SUDBURY INC. CASE #04-67613 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued/ Payments/ as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 -------------------------------------------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: Local $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 FICA Withheld $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Employers FICA $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Unemployment Tax: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Unemployment Tax: State $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 All Other Payroll W/H $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Property Taxes $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Workers Compensation 0 0 0 0 -------------------------------------------- Total $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Wages and Salaries 0 0 0 0 -------------------------------------------- Grand Total $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 ============================================ Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Accounts Receivable $ 0 $ 0 $ 7,000
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT [Download Table] CASE # 04-67613 SUDBURY, INC. --------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE INVESTMENT INVESTMENT ACCOUNT # 413046662076 413046663076 BANK Morgan Stanley Morgan Stanley TOTAL BEGINNING BANK BALANCE 505 295,729 296,234 RECEIPTS 49 420 469 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - - DIP INFLOW - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - - TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) - - - DIP REPAYMENT - - - --------- ---------- ------- ENDING BANK BALANCE 554 296,150 296,703
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: SUDBURY, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67613 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ________________________________________ Principal, Officer, Director, or Insider Form 6
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Sudbury, Inc. Case Number: 04-67613 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------- ------- --------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67602 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor SUDM, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ----------------------------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- -------------- Title Phone
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN IN RE: SUDM, INC. CASE NO. 04-67602 All activity for SUDM, Inc. is reported in the consolidated Columbus Foundry operating report (Case #04- 67609).
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MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 SUDM, INC. Case Number: 04-67602 CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS (CASH BASIS ONLY): [Download Table] General Payroll Tax Cash Coll. Petty Cash Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. Acct. A. Beginning Balance _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ B. Receipts _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (Attach separate schedule) C. Balance Available _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (A+B) D. Less Disbursements _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ (Attach separate schedule) E. Ending Balance ALL ACTIVITY FOR SUDM, INC. IS REPORTED IN THE CONSOLIDATED (C-D) COLUMBUS FOUNDRY OPERATING REPORT (CASE #04-67609). (PLEASE ATTACH COPIES OF MOST RECENT RECONCILED BANK STATEMENTS FROM EACH ACCOUNT) General Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Payroll Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Tax Account: 1. Depository Name & Location _____________________________ 2. Account Number _____________________________ Other monies on hand (specify type and location) i.e., CD's, bonds, etc.: _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ Date: MARCH 28, 2005 _____________________________ Debtor in Possession
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: SUDM, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67602 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] Current Compensation Paid: Weekly or Monthly _______ ________ Current Benefits Paid: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ___________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER
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SUDM, Inc. Case Number: 04-67602 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------- ------- ------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67610 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/Robert E. Belts -------------------------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- ----------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE # 04-67610 TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. ----------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 4,466 $ 23,590 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight 415 3,909 Wages - Hourly 1,192 5,412 Wages-Salary 319 1,291 Employee Benefits and Pension 515 2,435 Repairs & Maintenance 135 481 Supplies 216 989 Utilities 243 1,138 Purchased Components/Services 930 4,794 Income(loss) from Pattern Sales 5 5 Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense 18 98 Travel & Entertainment 16 50 Other Variable Costs 93 374 Depreciation & Amortization 228 1,007 Other Allocated Fixed Costs 1 - Other Fixed Costs 68 288 --------- ----------- Cost of Goods Sold 4,394 22,271 Gross Profit 72 1,319 Plant SG&A Expense 63 318 SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) 137 655 Other Operating Expenses - 367 --------- ----------- Total Operating Expenses 200 1,340 Operating Profit (128) (21) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) (6) (41) Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) (99) (332) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - - --------- ----------- Total Non-Operating Expenses (105) (373) Income Before Income Taxes (233) (394) Income Tax Expense 84 124 --------- ----------- Net Income ($ 317) ($ 518) ========= ===========
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February ------------ Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) ------- $ 2,060 ======= Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. Allocation: [Download Table] Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 ------- Total $ 2,060 =======
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE # 04-67610 ------------------ TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. ------------------ Cash And Equivalents $ 3 Accounts Receivable 6,936 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 651 Inventories 4,337 Other Current Assets 324 -------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 12,251 Land and Buildings 10,872 Machinery & Equipment 24,070 Construction In Progress 752 -------- Total Fixed Assets 35,694 Accumulated Depreciation (13,235) -------- NET FIXED ASSETS 22,459 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 9,894 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 0 -------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 44,604 ======== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 1,131 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 135 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 374 -------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 1,640 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 64 Accrued Workers Comp. 405 Accrued Payroll 64 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 -------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 533 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 6,600 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 -------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 6,600 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 2,546 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 134 Capital Leases 406 Retirement Benefits 232 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 1,630 Minority Interest 0 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 13,721 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 19,200 Retained Earnings - Prepetition 12,201 Retained Earnings - Post Petition (518) Equity In European Operations 0 Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 -------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY 30,883 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 44,604 ========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. (MINNEAPOLIS) CASE #04-67610 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued/ Payments/ as of 01-31-05 Withheld Deposits 02-28-05 ------------- ------------- ----------- ------------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: Local $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 FICA Withheld $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Employers FICA $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Unemployment Tax: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Unemployment Tax: State $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 All Other Payroll W/H $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise $ 0 ($ 114,000) $ 0 ($ 114,000) Property Taxes ($ 42,302) ($ 11,349) $ 0 ($ 53,651) Workers Compensation ($ 107,761) ($ 41,000) $ 49,267 ($ 99,493) ---------- ---------- --------- ---------- Total ($ 150,062) ($ 166,349) $ 49,267 ($ 267,144) Wages and Salaries ($ 36,470) ($ 30,315) $ 0 ($ 66,785) ---------- ---------- --------- ---------- Grand Total ($ 186,532) ($ 196,664) $ 49,267 ($ 333,929) ========== ========== ========= ========== Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $ 924,467 $ 924,467 $ 0 $ 0 Accounts Receivable $4,541,779 $2,784,809 $961,459 $ 795,512
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PERIOD ENDED: 02-28-05 TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. (JACKSON) CASE #04-67610 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued/ Payments/ as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2/28/2005 ------------- ------------- ----------- ------------- Income tax withheld: Federal ($ 8,018) ($ 48,847) $ 47,277 ($ 9,588) Income tax withheld: State 0 0 0 0 Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld (6,146) (34,116) 33,455 (6,807) Employers FICA (6,146) (34,116) 33,455 (6,807) Unemployment Tax: Federal (5,797) (2,884) 0 (8,681) Unemployment Tax: State (11,999) (14,015) 0 (26,014) All Other Payroll W/H (264) (11,490) 11,490 (264) State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise (31,196) 29,858 0 (1,338) Property Taxes (5,000) (10,000) 0 (15,000) Workers Compensation (31,114) (6,151) 3,794 (33,471) --------- --------- --------- --------- Total ($105,680) ($131,762) $ 129,470 ($107,972) Wages and Salaries (42,014) (41,112) 14,653 (68,473) --------- --------- --------- --------- Grand Total ($147,694) ($172,874) $ 144,123 ($176,445) ========= ========= ========= ========= Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable ($ 207,509) ($ 207,509) $ 0 $ 0 Accounts Receivable $2,797,487 $2,115,401 $ 311,700 $ 370,387
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT [Enlarge/Download Table] CASE # 04-67610 TOOL PRODUCTS, INC (JACKSON) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX LOCKBOX 672984 LOCKBOX 77881 AP AP PR PR ACCOUNT # 5402699408 1851811321 363168104 2770721757 2176982870 2770721765 2176983068 BANK Stan Fed Comerica Bank One - Inactive Stan Fed Comerica Stan Fed Comerica TOTAL BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - - - - RECEIPTS - 822,316 - - 100 - - 822,416 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - - - 543,927 - 141,427 685,355 DIP INFLOW - - - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - - - (544,027) - (141,427) (685,455) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) - (822,316) - - - - - (822,316) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - - - ------- --------- --------------- ------- ---------- ------- --------- -------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - - - (0.00) MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 757,852 CHECKS ISSUED 657,118 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 395,939 ---------- TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $1,810,909 ========== OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 137,116 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 - CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 657,118 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (543,927) ---------- OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 250,307 ==========
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TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. (JACKSON) CASE NO. 04-67610 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ---------------------------------------- ------------------- AAA PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL $ 368.20 ADHESIVE LABEL 449.89 ADVANTAGE ENGINEERING INC. 699.90 AH ASSOCIATES 3,200.00 AIR DRAULICS ENGINEERING CO 4,178.54 AIRGAS SOUTH 3,722.68 ALCHEM ALUMINUM, INC. 380,464.22 ALPHA RESOURCES INC 92.32 ALUAR 299,291.68 AMCOR 270.00 AMERICAN RED CROSS 320.00 APPLIED INDUSTRIAL TECH 73.88 APPLIED SCALE TECHNOLOGY 160.00 APRIL PRICE 157.35 AVAYA 445.00 A-Z OFFICE RESOURCES, INC. 631.39 B & B FIRE PROTECTION 308.63 B & B TOOL AND DIE COMPANY INC 18,000.00 BELLSOUTH 1,887.69 BERTELKAMP AUTOMATION, INC. 36.10 BLUFF CITY ELECTRONICS 404.35 BOB FULGHAM 212.72 BROWN & SHARPE MSD 1,800.00 BUHLER INC 15,457.41 CANON FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. 389.61 CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE 5,053.79 CHEM TREND INCORPORATED 26,508.40 CHEM-DRY 289.00 CITY OF JACKSON 1,093.73 COMPRESSORS & TOOLS, INC. 2,042.62 CONTRA COSTA 380.00 cts 800.00 D M E CORP 1,410.70 DANKA INDUSTRIES INC 579.93 DAVE CLARK 310.08 DIECO TOOL & DIE 11,145.00 DIEMER ASSOCIATES INC 958.24 DIMETEK INTERNATIONAL INC 1,080.00 EAGLE WAREHOUSE & DIST. 4,800.00 ENGINEERED PRODUCTS DIVIS 5,626.28 ESTES EXPRESS LINES 1,153.57 FAIRFIELD INN 135.42 FERRELL GAS 543.72 FLOZONE SERVICES INC 1,826.45 FLUID POWER OF MEMPHIS 3,117.97 FORBERG SCIENTIFIC 774.47 FRANKLIN ELECTROFLUID CO 153.55 FREEMAN MFG & SUPPLY 412.36 FUGITT RUBBER AND SUPPLY CO 3,769.99 G & H INDUSTRIES 583.46 GENERAL SESSIONS COURT 493.59 GESSWEIN 190.84
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TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. (JACKSON) CASE NO. 04-67610 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ---------------------------------------- ------------------- GOLDEN KEY REALTORS 650.00 GOODRICH TOOL & SUPPLY 451.14 GORDON PETERS 2,486.07 GRAVES METAL PRODUCTS, INC. 1,816.39 GRIFFIN TOOL 10,733.34 H C I SUPPLY INC. 14,190.12 HI TEMP PRODUCTS INC 10,583.35 I SQUARED R ELEMENT CO., INC. 1,858.80 INDEPENDENT COMPUTER SVC 152.06 INDUSTRIAL FIREBRICK WAREHOUSE 1,500.14 JACKSON COMMUNICATIONS 378.64 JACKSON ENERGY AUTHORITY 106,466.63 JIT FORMS 146.51 JONES, GRADY W.-CO. OF MEMPHIS 589.30 KENT RUDBECK 480.00 L & S PRECISION TOOL 6,050.00 L&H SUPPLY CO INC 5,541.00 LOWE'S COMPANIES 215.24 M.C. GATLIN 118.49 Machine Tool & Supply (JKSN) 2,987.04 MACK PEST CONTROL 140.00 MADISON FINISHING INC 43,692.05 MARTIN INDUSTRIAL 4,226.02 MCMASTER CARR SUPPLY CO 4,502.24 MEDICAL CENTER LABORATORY 146.72 METALLICS SYSTEMS CO. L.P. 491.46 MIDVALE INDUSTRIES INC 4,920.50 MN CHILD SUPPORT PMT CTR 168.65 MTRONICS.COM INCORPORATED 114,148.96 MULLER OPTICAL CO 70.07 NORTHSIDE MEDICAL CLINC 312.00 OFFICE DEPOT 64.61 PARAMOUNT UNIFORM RENTAL 2,083.12 PAT WALKER PETTY CASH 703.15 PAUL RECK 159.59 PAYROLL ISSUANCE (INCLUDES WIRES BY CORP 395,939.11 PENNSYLVANIA STATE CHILD SUPPORT 535.40 PRECISION MACH PRODUCTS 63,684.87 PRINCE MACHINE 675.12 PYROTEK, INC. 24,923.44 RAMON AYALA DELGADO 1,660.03 RIMROCK CORP 12,709.36 SHERRY CHURCH 109.99 SIDNEY DAVID FLORIST & GIFT 32.93 SPAN AMERICA INC 27,119.05 SPECTRO ALLOYS CORP 35,887.50 SPECTRUM FINISHING 5,451.80 SPRINT 266.47 State of Tennessee 2,400.00 STRIKO DYNARAD CORPORATION 1,109.97 TEC ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORIES 675.00 TENNANT 1,000.00
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TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. (JACKSON) CASE NO. 04-67610 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ---------------------------------------- ------------------- TENNESSEE CHILD SUPPORT 4,876.58 TEST EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTORS 3,258.17 THE ROYAL GROUP 7,202.58 TRANSMAN 36,158.62 UNITED SAW AND SUPPLY CO 211.00 VERIZON WIRELESS 429.82 WEST TENNESSEE COFFEE SERVICE 615.94 WILMA ALLEN 31,469.00 ZYP COATINGS INC. 1,029.00 ---------------- $ 1,810,908.87
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TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67610 AT 2/28/05 JACKSON - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 250,306.66 Unadjusted GL Balance 250,306.66 ----------- Difference $ - ===========
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JACKSON OUTSTANDING CHECKS CASE NO. 04-67610 [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING 1/6/05 20379 1,128.96 2/10/05 20640 73.88 2/10/05 20686 615.94 2/14/05 20689 289.00 2/17/05 20700 699.90 2/17/05 20712 310.08 2/17/05 20748 456.07 2/24/05 20755 450.99 2/24/05 20756 368.20 2/24/05 20757 1,595.89 2/24/05 20758 811.00 2/24/05 20759 4,218.81 2/24/05 20760 18,000.00 2/24/05 20761 740.08 2/24/05 20763 77.37 2/24/05 20764 7,022.41 2/24/05 20765 389.61 2/24/05 20766 1,279.00 2/24/05 20767 1,093.73 2/24/05 20768 95.00 2/24/05 20769 735.78 2/24/05 20770 210.45 2/24/05 20771 7,645.00 2/24/05 20772 540.00 2/24/05 20773 40.13 2/24/05 20774 874.50 2/24/05 20775 3,117.97 2/24/05 20776 412.36 2/24/05 20777 170.43 2/24/05 20778 435.39 2/24/05 20779 93.39 2/24/05 20780 10,733.34 2/24/05 20782 4,306.01 2/24/05 20783 1,649.00 2/24/05 20784 1,500.14 2/24/05 20785 49.39 2/24/05 20786 78,217.18 2/24/05 20787 480.00 2/24/05 20788 701.45 2/24/05 20789 835.77 2/24/05 20790 140.00 2/24/05 20791 11,763.38 2/24/05 20792 738.37 2/24/05 20793 1,816.02 2/24/05 20794 70.07 2/24/05 20795 31,809.60 2/24/05 20796 312.00 2/24/05 20798 510.04 2/24/05 20799 133.85 2/24/05 20806 22,081.18 2/24/05 20807 10,059.00 2/24/05 20808 1,929.00 2/24/05 20809 571.05 2/24/05 20810 159.59 2/24/05 20811 8,423.60 2/24/05 20812 1,430.68 2/24/05 20813 675.00 2/24/05 20814 1,000.00 2/24/05 20815 1,222.84 2/24/05 20816 1,029.00 2/28/05 20817 109.99 2/28/05 20818 1,858.80 ------------ $ 250,306.66
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT [Enlarge/Download Table] CASE # 04-67610 TOOL PRODUCTS - MINNEAPOLIS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX LOCKBOX 672990 DEPOSIT AP AP PR PR ACCOUNT # 5402699416 1851811339 104756210449 2770721773 2176982920 2770721781 2176983076 BANK Stan Fed Comerica US Bank Stan Fed Comerica Stan Fed Comerica TOTAL BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - 10,234 - - - - 10,234 RECEIPTS - 3,481,065 91,256 - 0 - - 3,572,321 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - - - 1,123,832 - 92,135 1,215,968 DIP INFLOW - - - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - (98,557) (404) - (1,123,833) - (92,135) (1,314,928) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) - (3,382,508) (90,215) - - - - (3,472,723) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - - - ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - 10,872 - (0) - - 10,872 MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 921,873 CHECKS ISSUED 1,306,115 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 739,869 ------------ TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $ 2,967,856 ============ OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 197,296 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 (834) CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 1,306,115 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (1,123,832) ------------ OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 378,744 ============
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TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. (MINNEAPOLIS) CASE NO. 04-67610 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] Vendor Total Disbursements ------ ------------------- A FINKL & SONS CO $ 40,962.51 A&C METALS-SAWING INC 1,053.98 ABRASIVE SPECIALISTS 1,443.30 ADHESIVE LABEL COMPANY 357.80 ADVANTAGE ENG. 319.40 AIR ENGINEERING & SUPPLY 119.30 AIR POWER EQUIPMENT CORP 2,195.76 AIRPORT & AIRLINE TAXI-CAB 52.00 AIRTEC INC. 837.24 ALERT FIRE & SAFETY COMPANY 290.39 APPLIED PRODUCTS, INC. 482.25 ARROW CRYOGENICS 17,637.17 ASSOCIATED BAG COMPANY 842.94 AT&T 182.91 AVTEC FINISHING SYSTEMS,INC. 1,312.57 BARNES DISTRIBUTION 54.76 BEES INDUSTRIAL SERVICES 500.60 BEST SOFTWARE, INC. 3,164.52 BOHLER UDDEHOLM CORP. 96,801.76 BOYER FORD 359.23 BRAAS COMPANY 458.42 BROWNING & FERRIS 737.28 BUHLER INC 13,191.04 C C DAY COMPANY 37.13 CARBON PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY 651.01 CAREFREE SERVICES INC. 3,086.23 CENTERPOINT ENERGY MARKETING 66,765.86 CENTRAL CONTAINER CORP 37,642.36 CERTIFIED POWER INC 896.05 CHEM TREND LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 33,363.32 CIMA TRANSPORTATION, INC. 491.00 CINDY MANCUSO 71.46 CITY OF NEW HOPE 5,141.02 COMMERCIAL SAW 47.25 COMMUNICATIONS UNLIMITED 127.80 CONCEPT MACHINE TOOL 201.71 CONSOLIDATED CONTAINER COMPANY 276.00 CROWLEY & ASSOCIATES 9,489.22 CROWN MARKING INC 109.09 CRUCIBLE SERVICE CENTERS 125.78 CULLIGAN METRO 142.00 DADANT & SONS, INC 345.06 DAVANNIS INC 66.80 DAVE ALEXANDER 34.77 DAVID OLSON SALES CO 597.00 DECO TOOL SUPPLY COMPANY 5,181.36 DEEP ROCK WATER COMPANY 140.58 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES 150.44 DHL 2,298.12 DIEMER ASSOCIATES INC 15,425.65 DOMS INC 210.65 DOODY MECHANICAL SERVICE 3,255.50 DRIVER & VEHICLE SVCS 364.50
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TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. (MINNEAPOLIS) CASE NO. 04-67610 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] Vendor Total Disbursements ------ ------------------- DUNCAN COMPANY 1,604.75 DWAYNE VOSS 1,028.00 DYNAMEX 396.90 EDM SALES & SUPPLIES 12,604.06 EDP ENGINEERING GROUP 61,244.63 EFECTOR, INC 94.06 EMPLOYERS ASSC. 782.58 ENGINEERED PRODUCTS DIVIS 31,805.62 ENTEGEE/ADVANCE POSSIS 7,433.90 EXCEL 315.95 FAMILY SUPPORT PAYMENT CENTER 151.62 FASTENAL COMPANY 7,815.79 FED EX FREIGHT 249.33 FEDERAL CRANE & HOIST 1,500.00 FEDEX FREIGHT EAST 687.37 FERGUSON THRALL DISTRIBUTION 447.23 FERRELLGAS 1,363.75 FIFTH THIRD LEASING COMPANY 30,108.72 FIREBRICK ENGINEERING 3,710.70 FLAME METALS PROCESSING 225.00 FOUR SEASONS FLORAL & GIFTS 245.53 FRANCI AMES 511.59 FRED FROELICH 2,563.05 FREEDOM FINISHING 302.40 FRISBY P.M.C. 7,065.46 G.W. SMITH AND SONS INC 114.90 GARLANDS INC 262.08 GE CAPITAL FLEET SERVICES 364.50 GENERAL ELECTRIC CAPITAL 30,806.55 GERARD DUNNE 52.69 GLOBAL EXCHANGE SERVICES 119.26 GOODIN CO 833.36 H. R. PETERSON CO. 217.20 HARTFIEL COMPANY 314.57 HIGH CALIBER SERVICES 2,700.00 HILDRETH 7,773.75 HOLIDAY CREDIT OFFICE 1,271.70 HOSE/CONVEYORS INCORPORATED 1,284.94 IBM LIMITED SPECIAL BILLING 9.00 IMPRINT ENTERPRISES 953.24 INDUSTRIAL FLOOR MAINT 580.96 INDUSTRIAL HYDRAULIC SERVICE 4,022.52 INTERNET INC. 3,043.34 J & W INSTRUMENTS, INC. 2,199.04 J M GRIMSTAD 980.46 JEFF JOHNSON 8,609.88 JESCO INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 139.28 JESKA TECHNICAL SERVICE, INC 5,561.95 JIM SANDELL 82.72 JOHN HENRY FOSTER CO 2,726.56 KEVIN HEIMANN 1,153.75 KIRSTEN MULARKY 400.00 L & S SERVICES (prev antec) 2,030.63
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TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. (MINNEAPOLIS) CASE NO. 04-67610 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] Vendor Total Disbursements ------ ------------------- LAKELAND ENG 660.53 LAWSON SOFTWARE 4,276.89 LEEDS PRECISION INSTRUMENT,INC 51.12 LEEF BROS INC 8,664.60 LEHIGH SAFETY SHOE CO 976.20 LIBERTY MUTUAL INSURANCE GROUP 73.46 LOEFFLERS SAFETY SHOE 842.65 LOFTEN LABEL, INC. 783.09 LUBE TECH 3,873.34 MACHINE TOOL SUPPLY INC 382.95 MAGNATAG 327.05 MARODI INC 1,871.07 MARSHALL NELSON & ASSOC 1,177.79 MATT HANKEN 1,054.23 MATUSHAK LEON 81.74 MCMASTER CARR SUPPLY CO 3,642.92 METAL TREATERS INC 3,189.35 METALMATIC 70,962.57 METROCALL 29.24 MHC SOFTWARE 175.54 MICHAEL DAHLEN 354.13 MICRO-WELD 2,035.00 MIDWEST MACHINE TOOL 414.90 MIDWEST SIGN & SCREEN PRINTING 25.68 MINN CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CTR 7,923.82 MINNESOTA DEPT OF ECONOMIC SEC 428.86 MINNESOTA DEPT OF REVENUE 8,338.00 MINNESOTA DEPT OF REVENUE 454.12 MINNESOTA GLOVE INC 166.93 MINNESOTA SAFETY COUNCIL INC 355.00 MINNESOTA STATE BOARD OF ELEC 40.00 NADCA 200.00 NATIONAL KARD 1,147.25 NATIONAL TOOL & MANUFACTURING 40,987.69 NEW DIMENSION PLATING 3,926.40 NEWARK ELECTRONICS 272.14 NORANDA ALUMINUM 100,912.08 NORTH SECOND STREET STEEL 133.85 NORTHERN SANITARY SUPPLY 1,437.16 NOTT CO. 210.89 NOVOTECHNIK U.S. INC 1,053.64 OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE 810.00 OLSEN CHAIN & CABLE 494.12 OSI ENVIRONMENTAL 16,320.22 P F C EQUIPMENT 1,657.83 PAM'S POLISHING 2,200.00 PARAGON TECHNOLOGIES 156.56 PARAMETRIC TECHNOLOGY CORP. 17,417.59 PARK NICOLLET MEDICAL CTR 69.50 PAUL KARNOWSKI 215.47 PERSONNEL RESEARCH SERVICES 683.00 PETTY CASH 642.76 PHYGEN, INC. 960.00
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TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. (MINNEAPOLIS) CASE NO. 04-67610 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] Vendor Total Disbursements ------ ------------------- PINE BEND LANDFILL 133.90 PIONEER METAL FINISHING 2,447.35 PIRTEK PLYMOUTH 655.34 POLCO METAL FINISHING INC 351.60 POWDER TECH 10,508.13 PRECISION POLISHING 5,694.00 PRECISION PUNCH & PLASTIC 283.42 PRECISION SAW 6,709.58 PRECISION TOOL CO. 1,273.53 PRO STAFF 3,476.93 PROCESS MEASURMENT 1,173.47 PRODUCTIVITY INC 2,007.26 PROFILE TOOL & ENG INC 37,960.00 PROGRESSIVE COMPONENTS 1,405.15 PROGRESSIVE ENGINEERING TECH 750.31 PROLIFT SERVICES, INC 1,701.98 PYROTEK 873.76 QUAD STEEL 5,388.00 QUEST ENGINEERING INC 1,751.44 QWEST DEX MEDIA EAST LLC 34.80 RAY DAY 600.00 RELIASTAR BANKERS 1,572.38 RELIASTAR LIFE INSURANCE CO. 4,925.49 RELIZON 93.96 REPLENEX (A-1 CUTTING TOOLS) 984.12 RICE INDUSTRIES 3,622.27 RICK KRAMBER 163.88 RIMROCK CORP 17,616.79 RIVER CITY PACKAGING 1,888.80 ROBERTS AUTOMATIC PROD INC 2,204.29 ROCHESTER TOOL & CUTTER 672.25 RYER FOOD 467.00 S & T OFFICE PRODUCTS INC 1,623.52 S.K. MISRA 58.00 SAVOIE SUPPLY CO. INC. 2,577.83 SBC PAGING 44.05 SHAD NELSON 3,771.60 SPECTRO ALLOYS CORP 733,426.40 SPECTRUM FINISHING 2,640.12 SPECTRUM INDUSTRIES 14,937.21 SPHERION 78,276.00 SPIRIT TOOL & DIE 7,746.66 SPRAY RITE INC 14,250.85 STAR TRIBUNE 700.42 STERLING INC. 1,041.15 STEVEN TURDO 1,296.40 STREET FLEET 29.78 STRIKO DYNARAD CORPORATION 54,746.50 SUB-MEX 57,196.00 SUNSOURCE 102.11 TEMP AIR 1,057.66 TEMPLE-INLAND 9,521.86 TEXTRON FASTENING SYSTEMS 2,731.80
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TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. (MINNEAPOLIS) CASE NO. 04-67610 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] Vendor Total Disbursements ------ ------------------- THOMAS ZAGER 557.67 TILSNER CARTON CO. 9,075.28 TOLL COMPANY 2,581.75 TOOL FABRICATION CORP 231.56 TOOLING ASSOCIATES 2,291.81 TOSHIBA MACHINE COMPANY 602.14 TOYOTA-LIFT OF MINNESOTA 594.62 TRANS-MAN LOGISTICS, INC. 61,129.19 TROUT ENTERPRISES, INC. 2,599.00 TRU-TONE FINISHING 5,055.00 TULL BEARINGS CO 529.01 TWIN CITY OPTICAL CO., INC. 144.26 TWIN PINES METROLOGY LTD. 1,214.00 ULINE SHIPPING SUPPLIES 653.00 UNITED ELECTRIC CORP 4,410.20 UNITED STATES TREASURY 100.00 UNUM LIFE INS. CO. OF AMERICA 8,841.82 UNUM LIFE INS. CO. OF AMERICA 1,113.15 VALMONT/APPLIED COATING TECH. 6,107.46 VIKING ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC. 641.44 VOICE & DATA NETWORKS, INC 626.68 W W GRAINGER INC 2,980.24 WALTER HAMMOND CO 371.48 WESTMAN SERVICE 320.00 WEYERHAEUSER 40.00 WIRE WORX 1,275.00 WISCONSIN SCTF 202.00 XCEL ENERGY 57,533.37 XTREME MACHINE, INC. 10,500.00 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES CORP PAYROLL) 739,868.56 -------------- $ 2,967,856.38
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TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67610 AT 2/28/05 MINNEAPOLIS - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance - Actual Outstanding Checks $ 378,744.14 Miscellaneous Reconciling Items Adjusted in March (13.72) ------------ 378,730.42 Unadjusted GL Balance 378,730.42 ------------ Difference $ - ============
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MINNEAPOLIS OUTSTANDING CHECK LIST CASE NO. 04-67610 [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING 11/8/04 451757 271.85 2/25/05 453595 1,050.90 11/11/04 451812 500.00 2/25/05 453596 918.00 11/15/04 451855 124.74 2/25/05 453597 10,430.00 12/2/04 452035 60.50 2/25/05 453598 1,002.34 12/3/04 452068 192.32 2/25/05 453599 134.53 12/3/04 452086 403.25 2/25/05 453600 307.81 12/8/04 452188 105.53 2/25/05 453601 199.65 12/21/04 452371 406.30 2/25/05 453602 1,092.06 12/28/04 452484 114.01 2/25/05 453603 2,577.83 12/29/04 452490 45.46 2/25/05 453604 906.92 1/13/05 452731 399.78 2/25/05 453605 4,740.04 1/14/05 452845 100.60 2/25/05 453606 7,746.66 1/25/05 452988 6,145.00 2/25/05 453607 556.38 1/27/05 453057 96.29 2/25/05 453608 29.78 2/3/05 453124 120.00 2/25/05 453609 12,481.84 2/7/05 453222 80.00 2/25/05 453610 102.11 2/10/05 453249 364.50 2/25/05 453611 468.23 2/10/05 453288 336.90 2/25/05 453612 188.90 2/10/05 453305 150.00 2/25/05 453613 84.55 2/10/05 453337 188.22 2/25/05 453614 260.97 2/14/05 453357 210.65 2/25/05 453616 1,583.18 2/14/05 453367 82.21 2/25/05 453617 25.00 2/17/05 453390 188.50 2/25/05 453618 1,075.02 2/17/05 453428 187.00 2/25/05 453619 762.31 2/17/05 453443 20.00 2/25/05 453620 101.05 2/17/05 453455 160.22 2/25/05 453621 40.00 2/17/05 453459 93.96 2/25/05 453622 480.00 2/17/05 453463 1,380.40 2/25/05 453623 50.50 2/17/05 453477 185.54 2/25/05 453549 15,425.65 2/17/05 453479 450.00 2/25/05 453550 729.18 2/18/05 453488 71.46 2/25/05 453551 25.52 2/18/05 453490 160.00 2/25/05 453552 31,805.62 2/18/05 453491 1,200.00 2/25/05 453553 50.54 2/18/05 453494 1,200.00 2/25/05 453555 2,317.47 2/18/05 453497 995.97 2/25/05 453556 514.13 2/18/05 453500 396.42 2/25/05 453557 30,108.72 2/18/05 453501 238.00 2/25/05 453558 1,422.00 2/22/05 453505 409.60 2/25/05 453559 15,497.73 2/22/05 453506 253.03 2/25/05 453560 68.75 2/22/05 453508 1,250.00 2/25/05 453561 500.54 2/22/05 453510 24,200.44 2/25/05 453562 186.33 2/23/05 453511 458.42 2/25/05 453563 2,700.00 2/23/05 453512 20,338.08 2/25/05 453564 2,667.50 2/23/05 453513 130.00 2/25/05 453565 9.00 2/23/05 453514 977.25 2/25/05 453566 435.17 2/23/05 453516 51.32 2/25/05 453567 2,742.84 2/24/05 453518 6,860.98 2/25/05 453568 115.69 2/24/05 453519 24.00 2/25/05 453569 139.28 2/24/05 453523 395.54 2/25/05 453571 163.88 2/24/05 453524 200.00 2/25/05 453573 4,035.44 2/24/05 453525 372.50 2/25/05 453574 73.46 2/24/05 453526 1,888.80 2/25/05 453575 2,168.59 2/24/05 453527 992.28 2/25/05 453576 1,348.50 2/25/05 453528 327.16 2/25/05 453577 385.32 2/25/05 453529 74.18 2/25/05 453578 2,221.80 2/25/05 453530 52.00 2/25/05 453579 29.24 2/25/05 453531 290.39 2/25/05 453580 414.90 2/25/05 453534 222.38 2/25/05 453581 2,228.39 2/25/05 453537 4,793.78 2/25/05 453582 113.53 2/25/05 453538 1,103.24 2/25/05 453583 200.00 2/25/05 453539 651.01 2/25/05 453584 3,434.70 2/25/05 453540 66,765.86 2/25/05 453585 1,912.80 2/25/05 453541 191.80 2/25/05 453586 133.85 2/25/05 453542 127.80 2/25/05 453587 268.43 2/25/05 453543 9,489.22 2/25/05 453588 555.00 2/25/05 453544 179.56 2/25/05 453589 960.00 2/25/05 453545 354.13 2/25/05 453590 69.50 2/25/05 453546 894.26 2/28/05 453624 294.83 2/25/05 453547 140.58 2/28/05 453625 302.40 2/25/05 453548 37.61 2/28/05 453626 28,054.65 2/25/05 453591 1,218.15 2/28/05 453627 156.56 2/25/05 453593 4,303.62 2/28/05 453628 120.60 2/25/05 453594 2,990.00 2/28/05 453629 1,805.00 ----------- $378,744.14
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: TOOL PRODUCTS, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67610 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 _________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER
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Tool Products, Inc. Case Number: 04-67610 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------- ------- ------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67614 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor WAGNER CASTINGS CO. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ------------------------------------------ Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- ---------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE #04-67614 WAGNER CASTINGS ------------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 5,323 $26,483 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight 1,226 6,613 Wages - Hourly 659 3,598 Wages-Salary 269 2,011 Employee Benefits and Pension 1,004 6,539 Repairs & Maintenance 267 1,146 Supplies 269 1,315 Utilities 496 2,289 Purchased Components/Services 773 3,801 Income(loss) from Pattern Sales 23 (45) Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - (11) MIS Expense 39 214 Travel & Entertainment 4 13 Other Variable Costs 25 649 Depreciation & Amortization 321 1,693 Other Allocated Fixed Costs (1) (3) Other Fixed Costs 174 816 ------------ -------- Cost of Goods Sold 5,548 30,638 Gross Profit (225) (4,155) Plant SG&A Expense 19 100 SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) 191 913 Other Operating Expenses 393 923 ------------ -------- Total Operating Expenses 603 1,936 Operating Profit (828) (6,091) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) (132) (328) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - (2) ------------ -------- Total Non-Operating Expenses (132) (330) Income Before Income Taxes (960) (6,421) Income Tax Expense - - ------------ -------- Net Income ($ 960) ($ 6,421) ============ ========
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) -------- $ 2,060 ======== Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. Allocation: [Download Table] Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 ------ Total $2,060 ======
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE #04-67614 -------------- WAGNER CASTINGS -------------- Cash And Equivalents $ 31 Accounts Receivable 8,265 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 125 Inventories 5,969 Other Current Assets 619 -------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 15,009 Land and Buildings 2,412 Machinery & Equipment 58,079 Construction In Progress 854 -------- Total Fixed Assets 61,345 Accumulated Depreciation (47,759) -------- NET FIXED ASSETS 13,586 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 170 -------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 28,765 ======== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 842 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 567 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 139 -------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 1,548 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 0 Accrued Property Taxes 51 Accrued Workers Comp. 1,165 Accrued Payroll 14 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 -------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 1,230 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 6,378 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 -------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 6,378 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 1,909 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 5 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits (1,603) Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 8,974 Minority Interest 0 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 18,441 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 17,027 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (282) Retained Earnings - Post Petition (6,421) Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 -------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY 10,324 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 28,765 ========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2-28-05 WAGNER CASTINGS COMPANY CASE #04-67614 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Enlarge/Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 01-31-05 Withheld Deposits 02-28-05 --------- --------- ---------- -------- Income tax withheld: Federal ($13,038) ($ 98,857) $ 98,841 ($ 13,053) Income tax withheld: State (4,098) (26,240) 26,132 (4,206) Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld (6,677) (70,421) 70,484 (6,614) Employers FICA (25,986) (69,421) 70,484 (24,923) Unemployment Tax: Federal (2,344) (5,872) 6,514 (1,702) Unemployment Tax: State (27,763) (86,211) 93,223 (20,750) All Other Payroll W/H (23,590) (78,928) 78,459 (24,059) State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise (82) (2) 82 (2) Property Taxes (23,829) (6,000) 0 (29,829) Workers Compensation 9,784 (53,076) 29,182 (14,110) --------- ----------- ---------- ---------- Total ($117,622) ($ 495,027) $ 473,402 ($ 139,247) Wages and Salaries (231,134) (972,144) 636,432 (566,846) --------- ----------- ---------- ---------- Grand Total ($348,756) ($1,467,171) $1,109,833 ($ 706,094) ========= =========== ========== ========== Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Enlarge/Download Table] Age in Days Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable - Post Petition $ 842,089 748,024.20 94,064.95 - Accounts Receivable -Pre & Post 9,418,035.96 7,641,725.35 556,432.92 1,219,877.69
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 [Enlarge/Download Table] MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT CASE # 04-67614 WAGNER CASTINGS (DECATUR) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ACCOUNT TYPE LOCKBOX 771149 DEPOSIT AP CHECKING PR (HOURLY) PR (SALARY) ACCOUNT # 256543 5401086433 2770716518 35223301 2770716500 2770716666 BANK Bank One Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. First Bank Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. TOTAL BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - 29,913 - - 29,913 RECEIPTS 3,144,574 2,739,738 3,354.06 - - - 5,887,666 TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - - 1,895,126 - 170,515 1,307 2,066,948 DIP INFLOW - - - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - - (1,898,480) - (170,515) (1,307) (2,070,302) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) (3,144,574) (2,739,738) - - - - (5,884,312) DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - - - ---------- ---------- ---------- ------ -------- ------ ---------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - 29,913 - - 29,913 MATERIAL WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE 1,355,570 CHECKS ISSUED 1,921,192 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES PAYROLL PAID BY CORPORATE) 750,476 ---------- TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS (SEE TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS RECONCILIATION) $4,027,238 ========== OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 389,293 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 - CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 1,921,192 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (1,895,126) Does not include $ 3,354.06 of checks posted and ---------- returned. OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 415,359 ==========
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WAGNER CASTINGS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67614 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- A D BROOKS $ 440.00 ABB INC (32,540.19) ADA JACKSON 440.00 ADVANCED CARBIDE TOOL 1,479.85 AETNA US HEALTHCARE 16,534.27 AIR LIQUIED INDUSTRIAL US LP 10,122.84 ALLIED ELECTRONICS INC 94.47 ALLIED MINERAL PRODUCTS INC 40,849.87 AMERENIP $ 260,105.44 AMERICASH LOANS LLC 472.92 ANN ROYER 20.00 APPLIED PROCESS INC 13,519.93 ARAMARK UNIFORM SERVICES INC 3,236.22 ARCH WIRELESS 1,125.89 ARCHIE JOHNSON 440.00 ARTHUR G BYRNE CO INC 8,286.93 AT&T 1,410.45 BARBARA LEE 440.00 BEARING DISTRIBUTORS INC 41,777.95 BENTONITE PERFORMANCE MINERALS 53,620.00 BETTY HAMILTON 440.00 BLACK & CO #11 9,205.74 BODINE ELECTRIC OF DECATUR 1,704.01 BODINE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE 1,700.10 BODINE SERVICES INC 225.00 BOULEVARD PROPERTIES LLC 856.25 BOWMAN HEINTZ BOSCIA & VICIAN 0.08 BRUSKE PRODUCTS 218.22 BUEL COLE 440.00 BURDICK PLUMBING INC 6,264.44 BUSCHE ENTERPRISE DIVN INC 141,262.72 C A PICARD SURFACE ENG INC 20,018.54 C C FIRE EQUIPMENT CO INC 2,077.50 C H ROBINSON INC 621.25 CAPITAL CITY PAPER CO 458.58 CARLIN AUTOMATION INC 191.23 CARRIER VIBRATING EQUIPMENT 3,250.77 CATTRON THEIMEG INC 15.24 CENT IL EMER PHYS LLP ST MARY 450.00 CENT ILL EMER PHYS LLPOST MARY 282.00 CENTRAL IL ANESTHESIA 1,152.00 CENTRAL STEEL & WIRE CO 315.10 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1,110.00 CHAMPION CHISEL WORKS INC 3,146.28 CHARLES BEDFORD OD/DEC EYECARE 345.00 CHRIS INCORPORATED 1,250.00 CHRISTY-FOLTZ INC 1,597.72
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WAGNER CASTINGS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67614 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- CINGULAR WIRELESS 18.34 CITY OF DECATUR 8,727.82 CLIMATE CONTROL 83,629.84 COLUMBIA MARKING TOOLS 489.95 COLUMBUS MCKINNON CORP 9,002.20 CONNOR CO 304.71 CONTINENTAL CARBONIC PROD INC 289.12 CONWAY CENTRAL EXPRESS 339.87 DAVID JOSEPH CO (263,496.01) CRANE PRO PARTS/PMI 3,471.71 CRI RECYCLING 1,000.00 CROWN PACKAGING CORP 9,504.00 DAMON LEE 440.00 DAUBER COMPANY 28,896.00 DAVID A DENTON 250.00 DAVID RIGHTNOWAR 440.00 DCD TRANSPORTATION INC 520.25 DE LAGE LANDEN FIN SERVICES 1,965.00 DECATUR HEALTHCARE LLC 4,012.49 DECATUR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC 979.08 DECATUR MACHINE & TOOL CO 1,048.32 DECATUR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 333.00 DHL EXPRESS 40.64 DISA GOFF INC 3,671.65 DISA INDUSTRIES INC 23,832.70 DIVISION OF MANAGEMENT SERVICE 350.00 DONALD SCHELL 440.00 DONNELLY AUTOMOTIVE MACH INC 671.16 DORSEY PIRTLE 440.00 EAGLITE CHEMICAL INC 12,025.00 EDMUND IND. OPTICS 650.00 ELECTRO-NITE CO 983.28 ELKEM METALS INC 73,822.50 ENBRIDGE GAS SERVICES 70,523.37 ENGINEERED TOOLING DIV 23,927.04 ENGLEWOOD 1,825.65 FAMILY SUPPORT PAYMENT CENTER 297.08 FEDEX 809.67 FIVE MORRS 314.50 FOSECO INC 5,028.48 FRANK MATTHEWS 440.00 FRANK REED 440.00 FRISBY PMC 222,613.51 G E CAPITAL 2,017.00 G G BARNETT TRANSPORT INC 3,225.19 GARD SPECIALISTS CO INC 165.82 GE CAPITAL 706.22
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WAGNER CASTINGS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67614 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- GE INSPECTION TECHNOLOGIES 3,067.00 GENERAL KINEMATICS CORP 261.52 GERDAU AMERISTEEL 2,670.00 GLENN PIERSON 1,260.88 GLENN ZILLS 640.00 GRAINGER INC 259.73 GULLY TRANSPORTATION 4,594.85 HA INTERNATIONAL LLC 23,186.24 HAGERTY BROTHERS CO 5,146.29 HARRY BOND 440.00 HARRY E HILLS & ASSOC 4,673.90 HASLER INC 218.50 HAWTHORN IND/JAMES J MAY 508.32 HILLS SPORTS MEDICINE 859.00 HI-TEMP INC 1,075.31 HOLTGRIEVE & CO 3,562.67 HTE TECHNOLOGIES 553.24 IL INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 420.39 ILL STUDENT ASSISTANCE COMM 91.97 ILLINOIS DEPT OF REVENUE 271.28 INDUSTRIAL PROCESS EQUIPMENT 2,492.70 INNOVATIVE LABELING SOLUTIONS 469.44 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE 1,010.00 IVORY CURRY 440.00 J C JELKS 440.00 J.D. FINLEY 440.00 JAMES GAVIN 440.00 JAMES JONES 669.16 JAMES REED 440.00 JEFF COCHRAN 139.07 JEFF PYATT 700.00 JER INDUSTRIAL SERVICES LLC 1,707.47 JERRY SHERWOOD 440.00 JOHN BAKER 500.00 JOHN C KEFALAS MDSC 2,617.04 JOHN H GERMERAAD - TRUSTEE 1,953.25 KANSAS PAYMENT CENTER 276.92 KEN BUCKELY 440.55 KENT RUDBECK 310.92 KING-LAR CO 12,167.37 KIRBY RISK CORP 2,135.34 KOPETZ MFG INC 5,485.00 L & N INDUSTRIES INC 3,680.51 LAND OF LINCOLN CREDIT UNION 53,707.44 LARPEN METALLURGICAL SERVICE 54,783.00 LARRY BONNELL 440.00 LARRY HAYES 440.00
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WAGNER CASTINGS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67614 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- LARRY TURPIN AND 5,000.00 LEADING EDGE ENTERPRISES INC 34,330.00 LEVOY REED 440.00 LINCO REFRACTORY SUPPLY INC 6,648.00 LOCAL #6-728 PACE 6,333.08 LOUIS THOMAS 440.00 LYNN ZASADA 440.00 M H EQUIPMENT 441.76 M H EQUIPMENT CORP 1,873.37 MAC EQUIPMENT INC 1,216.00 MACIOROWSKI SACKMANN & ULRICH 5,707.10 MARTIN BRUMETT 761.51 MARVIN BRANDT 440.00 MARVIN KELLER TRUCKING 400.00 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO 1,272.20 MENNIE'S MACHINE CO 75,569.72 METOKOTE CORP 18,002.66 METRO METAL PRODUCTS INC 22,256.18 MICHAEL DELSIGNORE 1,174.75 MICHAEL HENEGHAN 535.58 MICRO TEK PATTERN INC 1,800.00 MID-STATE CARTAGE INC 327.00 MIDWEST CREDIT & COLLECTION 933.42 MORGAN DISTRIBUTING INC 8,676.33 MORGAN EXPRESS INC 43,273.53 MOTION INDUSTRIES INC 1,012.34 MTM INC 1,244.68 NATIONAL CITY BANK 18,305.82 NDS PRODUCTS 52.07 NIRMAL DATTA 128.00 NOBLE SALES INC 1,788.25 NORTH STAR IMAGING INC 3,326.85 OLSTEN STAFFING 450.50 OMNISOURCE FT WAYNE FERR DIV 1,156,494.25 ONYX WASTE SERVICES MIDWEST 40,312.28 OSBORNE'S MACHINE & 1,019.04 PAUL ALTHOFF 477.11 PECHINEY WORLD TRADE 32,540.19 PEERLESS METAL POWDERS 40,590.00 PEORIA DISPOSAL COMPANY 131.40 PERFECTION SERVO HYDRAULIC 2,731.04 PETRONOL CORP OF INDIANA 6,730.00 PHILLIP DANNEWITZ 440.00 POWER SUPPLY OF ILLINOIS 4,920.00 PRAIRIE IDEALEASE 1,449.00 PRECISION TOOL & DIE CO 1,465.00 PRIMETRADE 167,311.52
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WAGNER CASTINGS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67614 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- QUALITY ASSOCIATES 6,265.00 R D MCMILLEN ENTERPRISES 3,641.72 RADIOLOGICAL ASN OF DECATUR 380.00 RECORD COPY SERVICES 138.50 REFRACTORY SALES & SRV CO INC 5,752.00 RENEE HADDEN 228.49 RENTAL SERVICE CORP 1,366.80 RICHARD COLE 440.00 RICK WALLACE 635.12 ROBERT LOWRY 440.00 ROBERTS SINTO CORP 5,299.10 ROLAND MABRY 440.00 S J SMITH WELDING SUPPLY 14,708.05 SAFETY-KLEEN CORP 5,705.38 SAFEWORKS DECATUR 405.30 SAFEWORKS-COLES COUNTY 1,265.04 SAFEWORKS-ILLINOIS 241.50 SBC 1,393.76 SBC GLOBAL SERVICES INC 1,998.20 SECURITAS SEC SVCS USA INC 7,969.94 SHERMAN BAINE 440.00 SHERRI GRIMES 1,425.00 SIMPSON TECHNOLOGIES 20,100.00 SLIGO STEEL 892.50 SOPH TECH 2,489.00 SOURCE ONE SUPPLY CORP 575.80 SPECTRO ANALYTICAL INSTRMNTS 551.17 SPRINGFIELD ELECTRIC 4,608.35 ST MARY'S HOSPITAL 2,617.88 STEINER ELECTRIC 401.46 STONE CONTAINER CORP 15,406.68 STRIGLOS OFFICE EQUIPMENT 2,104.15 STUART BAKER MD 78.00 SUNBELT RENTALS 6,750.25 TEAM COOPERHEAT MQS 3,000.00 TENNECO AUTOMOTIVE 25,270.31 TERMINIX INTERNATIONAL 187.00 TEST EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTORS 10,337.75 THOMAS H BOWDRE 440.00 THORNTON WELDING SERVICE INC 9,901.40 TOM DUNN 60.75 TORUS MACHINING 14,245.07 TRACY CAUSEY 71.64 TRANSMAN 42,576.42 TRAUSCH INSURANCE 100.00 TYCO VALVES AND CONTROLS 2,518.48 TYDUS GREEN 440.00
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WAGNER CASTINGS, INC. CASE NO. 04-67614 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- U S DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 316.07 U S HARDWOOD PRODUCTS 6,704.92 U S POSTAL SERVICE 3,000.00 UNION PLANTERS TRUST 5,800.00 UNION PLANTERS TRUST & INVEST 50.00 UNITED WAY OF DEC & MID-IL 1,164.00 UNITHERM FURNACE CORP 2,682.21 VERIZON WIRELESS 1,046.19 VESUVIUS USA 9,216.00 WABEL TOOL CO 84,276.79 WALLENDER-DEDMAN PRINTING 425.00 WALZ EQUIPMENT 3,273.11 WARD NORTH AMERICA INC 2,804.00 WATTS COPY SYSTEMS INC 1,152.42 WEDRON SILICA COMPANY 6,416.00 WHEELABRATOR 12,720.32 PAYROLL DISBURSED (INCLUDES CORP PAYMENTS) 750,475.69 WHITING CORP 1,652.00 WI SCTF 384.00 WIESE PLANNING & ENGR INC 201.64 WILKENS-ANDERSON CO 1,127.75 WILLIAM A KIBBE & ASSOC INC 2,295.00 WILLIAM WALKER 440.00 WILLIE LEE GREEN 440.00 WOOD PRINTING SERVICE 25.00 WORKING RX 17.31 WORLDWIDE FILTER 6,453.41 X-R-I TESTING DIV 10,250.50 YELLOW FREIGHT SYSTEM INC 164.70 ZEP MFG CO 322.64 -------------- $ 4,027,238.19
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DECATUR CASE # 04-67614 AT 2/28/05 DECATUR - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 415,358.82 Unadjusted GL Balance 415,358.82 ----------- Difference $ - ===========
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DECATUR OUTSTANDING CHECKS CASE # 04-67614 [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING 11/29/04 116586 1,799.88 12/2/04 116677 6,798.97 12/13/04 116949 163.13 12/16/04 117036 658.00 1/27/05 117928 161.05 2/3/05 118038 20.00 2/3/05 118066 187.28 2/3/05 118109 65.00 2/15/05 118317 537.32 2/15/05 118326 551.17 2/15/05 118329 165.00 2/16/05 118337 7,829.52 2/17/05 118359 2,636.81 2/17/05 118362 5,521.32 2/17/05 118366 1,048.32 2/17/05 118373 440.55 2/17/05 118376 543.99 2/17/05 118381 1,985.32 2/18/05 118396 1,322.73 2/18/05 118401 489.95 2/18/05 118407 469.44 2/18/05 118413 1,393.76 2/21/05 118426 3,486.23 2/21/05 118429 191.23 2/21/05 118431 250.00 2/21/05 118436 3,471.71 2/21/05 118439 314.50 2/21/05 118442 244.23 2/21/05 118444 28.28 2/21/05 118453 262.33 2/21/05 118454 1,912.68 2/21/05 118456 175.89 2/22/05 118469 3,412.04 2/22/05 118470 857.68 2/22/05 118472 537.32 2/22/05 118475 544.97 2/22/05 118478 792.92 2/22/05 118479 1,465.00 2/22/05 118480 1,845.64 2/22/05 118482 2,023.62 2/22/05 118484 3,000.00 2/22/05 118486 100.00 2/23/05 118494 701.10 2/23/05 118497 17,723.54 2/23/05 118498 1,285.30 2/23/05 118499 621.25 2/23/05 118501 250.00 2/23/05 118502 8,727.82 2/23/05 118503 2,435.02 2/23/05 118508 538.68 2/23/05 118510 780.69 2/23/05 118513 320.40 2/23/05 118516 5,000.00 2/23/05 118518 44.72 2/23/05 118520 616.82 2/23/05 118523 1,504.00 2/23/05 118527 5,139.00 2/23/05 118529 1,998.20 2/23/05 118533 455.40 2/23/05 118535 675.00 2/24/05 118543 6,346.10 2/24/05 118544 8,286.93 2/24/05 118546 11,432.40 2/24/05 118547 3,987.42 2/24/05 118548 45.45 2/24/05 118549 14,448.00 2/24/05 118550 6,067.00 2/24/05 118551 73.27 2/24/05 118553 925.75 2/24/05 118554 508.32 2/24/05 118555 3,562.67 2/24/05 118556 69.23 2/24/05 118558 13,043.11 2/24/05 118559 621.54 2/24/05 118560 1,788.25 2/24/05 118561 1,635.51 2/24/05 118562 2,350.00 2/24/05 118563 2,985.00 2/24/05 118564 759.00 2/24/05 118565 131.50 2/24/05 118566 6,542.00 2/25/05 118574 778.75 2/25/05 118575 2,257.94 2/25/05 118576 7,894.80 2/25/05 118577 1,152.00 2/25/05 118578 1,316.04 2/25/05 118579 100.00 2/25/05 118580 6,980.95 2/25/05 118581 4,012.49 2/25/05 118582 7,712.40 2/25/05 118583 165.82 2/25/05 118584 3,067.00 2/25/05 118585 3,492.59 2/25/05 118586 859.00 2/25/05 118587 2,145.99 2/25/05 118589 2,296.64 2/25/05 118590 2,294.10 2/25/05 118591 500.84 2/25/05 118592 5,485.00 2/25/05 118594 167.51 2/25/05 118595 898.35 2/25/05 118596 4,326.00 2/25/05 118599 10,663.24 2/25/05 118600 52.07 2/25/05 118601 131.40 2/25/05 118602 1,095.53 2/25/05 118603 4,380.00 2/25/05 118604 114.00 2/25/05 118605 138.50 2/25/05 118609 2,733.82 2/25/05 118610 1,265.04 2/25/05 118611 146.00 2/25/05 118612 1,813.45 2/25/05 118613 899.48 2/25/05 118614 501.89 2/25/05 118616 187.00 2/25/05 118617 759.00 2/25/05 118618 5,025.00 2/25/05 118619 195.00 2/25/05 118624 28,261.36 2/28/05 118631 1,410.45 2/28/05 118632 530.94 2/28/05 118634 2,507.83 2/28/05 118635 6,264.44 2/28/05 118636 15,888.44 2/28/05 118637 45.00 2/28/05 118638 2,789.46 2/28/05 118639 3,671.65 2/28/05 118640 1,059.10 2/28/05 118641 350.00 2/28/05 118642 160.48 2/28/05 118643 23,927.04 2/28/05 118644 1.87 2/28/05 118645 9,643.65 2/28/05 118646 15.50 2/28/05 118647 218.50 2/28/05 118648 553.24 2/28/05 118649 420.39 2/28/05 118650 364.00 2/28/05 118651 4,288.20 2/28/05 118652 1,972.95 2/28/05 118653 1,426.96 2/28/05 118654 450.50 2/28/05 118655 100.00 2/28/05 118656 494.26 2/28/05 118657 10.89 2/28/05 118658 2,518.48 2/28/05 118659 3,000.00 2/28/05 118660 2,029.00 2/28/05 118661 4,259.00 1/31/05 119539 3,128.97 2/21/05 119581 164.70 2/23/05 119583 201.64 2/25/05 119585 775.00 2/25/05 119586 1,152.42 2/25/05 119587 4,689.39 2/25/05 119588 2,914.00 11/5/04 120747 1,564.32 ----------- $415,358.82
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: WAGNER CASTINGS CO. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67614 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly ______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance ______ _______ Life Insurance ______ _______ Retirement ______ _______ Company Vehicle ______ _______ Entertainment ______ _______ Travel ______ _______ Other Benefits ______ _______ Total Benefits ______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid ______ _______ Loans ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Other (Describe) ______ _______ Total Other Payments ______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly ______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 ________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Wagner Castings Co. Case Number: 04-67614 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------- ------- ------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN TRANSMITTAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS AND CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH UNITED STATES TRUSTEE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2005: IN RE: ) INTERMET CORPORATION, ET AL ) CASE NO: 04-67611 ) Chapter 11 ) Judge: Marci B. McIvor WAGNER HAVANA, INC. ) Debtor ) As debtor in possession, I affirm: 1. That I have reviewed the financial statements attached hereto, consisting of: X Operating Statement (Form 2) X Balance Sheet (Form 3) X Summary of Operations (Form 4) X Monthly Cash Statement (Form 5) X Statement of Compensation (Form 6) X Schedule of In-Force Insurance (Form 7) and that they have been prepared in accordance with normal and customary accounting practices, and fairly and accurately reflect the debtor's financial activity for the period stated; 2. That the insurance, including workers' compensation and unemployment insurance, as described in Section 5 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 Cases is in effect; and, (if not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 3. That all post-petition taxes as described in Section 9 of the Operating Instructions and Reporting Requirements For Chapter 11 cases are current. (If not, attach written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 4. No professional fees (attorney, accountant, etc.) have been paid without specific court authorization. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] 5. All United States Trustee Quarterly fees have been paid and are current YES [X] NO [ ] 6. Have you filed your pre-petition tax returns. (If not, attach a written explanation) YES [X] NO [ ] I hereby certify, under penalty of perjury, that the information provided above is true and correct to the best of my information and belief. Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 /s/ Robert E. Belts ---------------------------------------- Debtor In Possession Chief Financial Officer (248) 952-2500 ----------------------- -------------- Title Phone
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Intermet Corp. and Subsidiaries Operating Statement For the Month Ended 2-28-05 ($000's) [Download Table] CASE #04-67611 WAGNER HAVANA ---------------------------------- Current Month Total Since Filing ------------- ------------------ Net Sales $ 0 $ 0 Cost of Goods Sold Materials and Freight - - Wages - Hourly - - Wages-Salary - - Employee Benefits and Pension 94 214 Repairs & Maintenance - - Supplies - 50 Utilities 6 17 Purchased Components/Services - (1) Income(loss) from Pattern Sales - - Fixed Asset - (gain/loss) - - MIS Expense - 1 Travel & Entertainment - - Other Variable Costs 2 8 Depreciation & Amortization - - Other Allocated Fixed Costs - - Other Fixed Costs 38 136 ------- -------- Cost of Goods Sold 140 425 Gross Profit (140) (425) Plant SG&A Expense - - SG&A Expense - Allocation (Sched 1) - - Other Operating Expenses - 4,895 ------- -------- Total Operating Expenses - 4,895 Operating Profit (140) (5,320) Outside Interest Income - - Outside Interest (Expense) - - Intercompany Interest Income - - Intercompany Interest (Expense) - (5) Charges (From) Affiliates - - Charges To Affiliates - - Income/Loss From European Operations - - Other Income/(Expense) - (34) ------- -------- Total Non-Operating Expenses - (39) Income Before Income Taxes (140) (5,359) Income Tax Expense - - ------- -------- Net Income ($ 140) ($ 5,359) ======= ========
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Intermet Corp and Subsidiaries Schedule 1 Corporate Selling, General and Administrative Costs February (Allocation of Corporate Costs to Filing Entities) (000's) [Download Table] February -------- Officer Compensation $ 189 Salary Expense other Employees 1,075 Employee Benefits and Pension 92 Payroll Taxes 67 Other Taxes (2) Rent and Lease Expense 184 Interest Expense Insurance 36 Automobile and Truck Expense 12 Utilities(Gas Electric,Phone) 33 Depreciation 73 Travel and Entertainment 55 Repairs and Maintenance (3) Advertising/Promotion 0 Supplies, Office Expense 33 OTHER: Contributions 0 Professional Fees - Audit/Tax 269 Bank Fees 11 Public Reporting Fees 16 Employee Relocation/Training 24 Data Processing 31 Dues and Subscriptions 20 Outside Services 111 Project Development Costs net of Billings (56) Director Fees 25 Miscellaneous 33 Legal Fees 29 Cost Allocation - Europe (78) Cost Allocation - Out (219) ------- $ 2,060 ======= Note: In 2005, Professional fees related to the bankruptcy restructuring have been reclassified to non-operating expense (Other Income/expense). In February, the expense was $2,800,000. [Download Table] Allocation: Wagner Castings 191 Northern Castings 49 Ironton Iron 0 Lynchburg Foundry 193 Columbus Foundry 313 Wagner Havana 0 Intermet U.S. Holdings 259 Cast-Matic Corp. 82 Diversified Diemakers 257 Ganton Technologies 168 Tool Products 137 Corporate 411 ------ Total $2,060 ======
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INTERMET Corp. and Subsidiaries Balance Sheet as of 2-28-05 [Download Table] CASE #04-67611 -------------- WAGNER HAVANA -------------- Cash And Equivalents $ 0 Accounts Receivable 68 Short-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Inventories 198 Other Current Assets 0 -------- TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 266 Land and Buildings 1,633 Machinery & Equipment 14,700 Construction In Progress 0 -------- Total Fixed Assets 16,333 Accumulated Depreciation (13,534) -------- NET FIXED ASSETS 2,799 Investment In Subsidiaries 0 Investment In European Operations 0 Long-Term Intercompany Receivables 0 Deferred Taxes, Long-Term Asset 0 Other Assets 0 -------- TOTAL ASSETS $ 3,065 ======== LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDER EQUITY POST PETITION LIABILITIES Accounts Payable $ 9 Wages and Salaries (See schedule) 0 Taxes Payable - (See schedule) 49 -------- TOTAL POST PETITION LIABILITIES 58 SECURED LIABILITIES: SECURED BANK DEBT 0 PRE-PETITION LIABILITIES: Taxes and Other Priority Liabilities: Accrued Income Taxes 0 Accrued Tax - State 3 Accrued Property Taxes 63 Accrued Workers Comp 361 Accrued Payroll 137 Accrued Payroll Taxes 0 -------- TOTAL TAXES AND OTHER PRIORITY LIABILITIES 564 UNSECURED LIABILITIES Accounts Payable 344 Senior & IDR Bonds 0 -------- TOTAL UNSECURED LIABILITIES 344 OTHER LIABILITIES Accrued Liabilities 8 Short-Term Intercompany Payables 0 Capital Leases 0 Retirement Benefits 0 Deferred Taxes - Long-Term Liability 0 Other Long-Term Liabilities 0 Long-Term Intercompany Payables 7,882 Minority Interest 0 -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES 8,856 Common Stock 0 Capital In Excess Of Par Value 9,349 Retained Earnings - Prepetition (9,781) Retained Earnings - Post Petition (5,359) Equity In European Operations Accumulated Translation Adjustment 0 Minimum Pension Liability Adjustment 0 Unearned Restricted Stock 0 -------- TOTAL SHAREHOLDER EQUITY (5,791) -------- TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $ 3,065 ========
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PERIOD ENDED: 2/28/05 WAGNER HAVANA CASE #04-67611 SCHEDULE OF POST-PETITION TAX LIABILITY [Download Table] Balance Balance as of Accrued / Payments / as of 1/31/2005 Withheld Deposits 2-28-05 ---------- --------- ---------- --------- Income tax withheld: Federal $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 Income tax withheld: State 0 0 0 0 Income tax withheld: Local 0 0 0 0 FICA Withheld 0 0 0 0 Employers FICA 0 0 0 0 Unemployment Tax: Federal 0 0 0 0 Unemployment Tax: State 0 0 0 0 All Other Payroll W/H 0 0 0 0 State Taxes: Inc./Sales/Use/Excise 0 0 0 0 Property Taxes (28,060) (7,015) 0 (35,075) Workers Compensation 0 (14,460) 0 (14,460) ---------- --------- -------- --------- Total ($ 28,060) ($ 21,475) $ 0 ($ 49,535) Wages and Salaries 0 0 0 0 ---------- --------- -------- --------- Grand Total ($ 28,060) ($ 21,475) $ 0 ($ 49,535) ========== ========= ======== ========= Aging of Accounts Receivable and Post Petition Accounts Payable [Download Table] Age in Days (Post Petiition) Total 0-30 Days 30-60 Days Over 60 Days Accounts Payable $ 9,001 $9,001 - - Accounts Receivable $ 0 - - -
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INTERMET CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES CASH ACTIVITY ANALYSIS: MONTH ENDED 2/28/2005 MONTHLY CASH STATEMENT [Enlarge/Download Table] CASE # 04-67611 WAGNER HAVANA -------------------------------------------------------- ACCOUNT TYPE DEPOSIT AP PR (HOURLY) PR (SALARY) TOTAL ACCOUNT # 5401086441 2770716534 2770716526 2770716674 BANK Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. Stan. Fed. BEGINNING BANK BALANCE - - - - - RECEIPTS - - - - - TRANSFERS IN (CORPORATE) - 17,293 430 - 17,723 DIP INFLOW - - - - - DISBURSEMENTS - (17,293) (430) - (17,723) TRANSFERS OUT (CORPORATE) - - - - - DIP REPAYMENT - - - - - -------- -------- -------- -------- ------- ENDING BANK BALANCE - - - - - WIRES PAID FOR BY CORPORATE - CHECKS ISSUED 26,120 -------- TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $ 26,120 ======== OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF JANUARY 31 2,999 VOIDED CHECKS OUTSTANDING AS OF JANUARY 31 - CHECKS ISSUED IN FEBRUARY 26,120 CHECK CLEARED IN FEBRUARY (23,675) -------- OUTSTANDING CHECKS AS OF FEBRUARY 28 (SEE OUTSTANDING CHECKLIST) $ 5,444 ======== NOTE: Havana's payroll is consolidated with the Corporate payroll due to immateriality
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WAGNER HAVANA, INC. CASE NO. 04-67611 CASH DISBURSEMENTS FEBRUARY 2005 [Download Table] VENDOR TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ------ ------------------- AMERENCIPS (ELECTRIC) $ 5,598.74 BODINE SERVICES 3,460.10 CANTON RAIOLOGY SERV S 42.00 CITY OF HAVANA 9.42 ILL-MO PRODUCTS CO 13.18 MASON DISTRICT HOSPITAL 921.47 SAFEWORKS ILLINOIS 3,746.42 SECURITAS SECURITY SERV 8,361.36 SPRINGFIELD CLINIC 3,820.00 ST JOHNS HOSPITAL 147.52 ---------- $26,120.21
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WAGNER HAVANA, INC. CASE NO. 04-67611 AT 2/28/05 HAVANA - BANK RECONCILIATION [Download Table] Bank Balance $ - Actual Outstanding Checks 5,444.15 Unadjusted GL Balance 5,444.15 --------- Difference $ - =========
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WAGNER HAVANA, INC. OUTSTANDING CHECKS CASE NO. 04-67611 [Download Table] DATE CHECK OUTSTANDING 2/17/05 52172 2,090.34 11/12/04 52197 300.00 2/17/05 52200 921.47 2/17/05 52204 42.00 2/28/05 52205 2,090.34 --------- $5,444.15
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MONTHLY STATEMENT OF INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS Period Ending: FEBRUARY 28, 2005 The following information is to be provided for each shareholder, officer, director, manager, insider, or owner that is employed by the debtor in possession. (Attach additional pages if necessary.) Name: WAGNER HAVANA, INC. Capacity: ___ Shareholder Case Number: 04-67611 ___ Officer ___ Director ___ Insider MANAGEMENT AND OTHER INSIDER COMPENSATION ARE MAINTAINED AT INTERMET CORPORATION. PLEASE SEE INTERMET CORPORATION (CASE #04-67597) FOR ALL INSIDER COMPENSATION/PAYMENTS. [Download Table] CURRENT COMPENSATION PAID: Weekly or Monthly _______ _______ CURRENT BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Health Insurance _______ _______ Life Insurance _______ _______ Retirement _______ _______ Company Vehicle _______ _______ Entertainment _______ _______ Travel _______ _______ Other Benefits _______ _______ Total Benefits _______ _______ CURRENT OTHER BENEFITS PAID: Weekly or Monthly Rent Paid _______ _______ Loans _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Other (Describe) _______ _______ Total Other Payments _______ _______ CURRENT TOTAL OF ALL PAYMENTS: Weekly or Monthly _______ $ 0 Dated: MARCH 28, 2005 _________________________________________ PRINCIPAL, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, OR INSIDER Form 6
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Wagner Havana, Inc. Case Number: 04-67611 Intermet Corporation and Subsidiaries Schedule of In-Force Insurance [Download Table] INSURANCE TYPE CARRIER POLICY PERIOD -------------------- -------------- ----------------- Property Lloyds 11/1/04-11/1/05 Boiler/Machine Hartford 11/1/04-11/1/05 Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Truck Cargo Fireman's Fund 11/1/04-11/1/05 Aviation USAIG 11/1/04-11/1/05 Fiduciary St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Primary D&O St. Paul 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Chubb 11/1/04-11/1/05 Excess D&O Platte River 11/1/04-11/1/05 Crime AIG 12/1/04-12/1/05 General Liability ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Umbrella National Union 12/22/04-12/22/05 Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-6/22/05 Excess Workers' Comp ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Auto ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Foreign (DIC) ACE 12/22/04-12/22/05 Note: This list does not include In-Force Insurance for Foreign Subsidiaries.

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