Aug 10, 2022 04:01 PM
Aluminium Products company Alicon Castalloy declares Q4FY22 result:
Commenting on the performance, Mr. Rajeev Sikand, Group CEO, Alicon Castalloy said, “We have closed the year on an encouraging note, reporting strong performance despite several macro-challenges. The 6C challenges defined by Covid-induced disruptions, Chip shortages, Cost-based inflation, Cost of new product development, Conflict between Russia and Ukraine and Crisis in supply chain impacted demand environment and consumer sentiments during the year. Against this backdrop, Alicon has recorded healthy performance during the year. Overall, we reported consolidated total income of Rs. 1,081.4 crore during the year, higher by 27%. On the profitability front, we are encouraged with how our team has managed to navigate through the volatile input cost pressures in the industry. In the year, our margins improved to 10.7%, higher by 60 bps. Price hikes in collaboration with our customers along with an enhanced product mix with higher share of value-added products enabled us to sustain margins.
In a key development, we are pleased to share that Alicon has been approved as one of the beneficiaries of the PLI scheme for automotive components under the Component Champion Incentive Scheme. We look forward to contributing to the development of green mobility eco-system in India. I am also happy to share that we have won several contracts from multiple existing and new OEMs during the year for electric mobility. Order wins for our auto division and non-auto division continues to be on a strong footing. Overall, the outlook for all our three verticals of Auto, non-auto and EV looks solid.
As we look ahead, demand in domestic and international markets is picking up momentum. In addition, we are seeing some early signs of stabilisation in supply-chains across markets. This emanates positive signal for the industry as a whole. Overall, we remain optimistic of delivering strong and sustainable growth in business operations as the broader macro-environment normalizes”
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Alicon Castalloy Ltd. is an aluminium casting manufacturing company, having its market capitalization worth Rs.714.91 crore as of 14 May 2021. The company was incorporated in 1990. The company has reported its consolidated quarterly revenue of Rs. 322.57 crore at the end of March 2021. This company is found on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), having the code 531147, and on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) with the symbol ALICON. Alicon Group is a consortium of Alicon Castalloy, Atlas Castalloy, Illichmann Castalloy & Silicon Meadows. It is one of the largest integrated aluminium casting manufacturers. The company is a one-stop shop for all the engineering solutions of aluminium alloy castings. It provides high-quality products and innovation-driven solutions to various industries such as automobile, infrastructure, aerospace, medical, energy, agriculture, and defence. The company has spent 0.50% of turnover as R&D cost in FY 2019-20, which has been increased by 0.08% in comparison to spending in FY 2018-19. The company has established plants at Shikrapur in Pune, Chinchwad in Pune, Binola in Gurugram, and Zarnovica in Slovakia. It has three foreign subsidiaries i.e. Alicon Holding GmbH, Illichmann Castalloy S.R.O., and Illichmann Castalloy GmbH. Alicon Holding GmbH is a 100% subsidiary who in turn holds 100% in Illichmann Castalloy S.R.O. Further, Illichmann Castalloy S.R.O. holds 100% in Illichmann Castalloy GmbH. During FY 2019-20, the company has received large prestigious orders from Jaguar Land Rover, Daimler, Samsung SDI & MAHLE. The company has 959 permanent employees as of 31 March 20. As of 31 March 2021, promoters in company are holding 62.62 % of shareholding out of which 6.06% relates to Individual/ HUF, and 56.55% is of a body corporate. The remaining shares are subscribed by the public. The company's consolidated EPS has reduced to Rs.12.41 in FY 19-20 from Rs. 39.31 in FY 18-19, which 68.43%. However, revenue from the operation has decreased from Rs. 1188.89 Cr in FY 2018-19 to Rs. 957.19 Cr in FY 2019-20, which shows a decline of 19.48%. The company has reported consolidated EPS of Rs. 18.21 and Rs. 8.23 for the quarter ended March'21 and December'20, respectively. The Company's Net Profit Margin has been reduced to 2.6% in FY 2019-20 from 6.4% in FY 2018-19. Also, Return on Net-worth has decreased to 5.4% in FY 2019-20 from 17.2% in FY 2018-19.
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