|9 Months Ended
Sep. 30, 2022
|Restructuring and Related Activities [Abstract]
|Restructuring, Impairment, and Other Activities Disclosure
NOTE 3. RUSSIAN OPERATIONS
On March 17, 2022, the Board of Directors (the Board) decided to indefinitely suspend our operations in Russia due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. At the time of suspension, our Russian operations included a wholly-owned distributor in Russia, an unconsolidated joint venture (the Unconsolidated JV) with KAMAZ Publicly Traded Company (KAMAZ), a Russian truck manufacturer, and direct sales into Russia from our other business segments. As a result of the suspension of operations, we evaluated the recoverability of assets in Russia and assessed other potential liabilities. We experienced and expect to continue to experience an inability to collect customer receivables and may be the subject of litigation as a consequence of our suspension of commercial operations in Russia. We recorded a charge of $158 million in the first quarter related to these actions. In the second quarter, we recovered certain inventory and other expense amounts reserved in the first quarter and incurred some small additional charges resulting in a net recovery of $47 million. In the third quarter, we incurred $4 million of additional contract termination charges, and we recovered certain bad debt expenses and inventory amounts reserved in the first quarter for a net charge of $1 million. As of September 30, 2022, we had approximately $13 million of inventory and $15 million of receivables in Russia, all of which are fully reserved. In addition, we have cash balances of $71 million, some of which will be used to fund ongoing employee, tax and contract settlement obligations. The following summarizes the costs (recoveries) associated with the suspension of our Russian operations in our Condensed Consolidated Statements of Net Income:
We will continue to evaluate the situation as conditions evolve and may take additional actions as deemed necessary in future periods.