Bajaj Electricals Limited is a company that operates in electrical Products and has a market capitalization of Rs 13,052.68 crore on 24th August 2021. At the end of March 2021, it registered combined revenue of Rs 18181.74 crores. The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange have assigned the number 500031 and scrip code BAJAJELEC. As of 24th August ‘2021, Bajaj Electrical is trading at Rs. 1138.60.
Since its inception, Bajaj Electrical has grown to become a globally trusted brand. Bajaj Electrical remains committed to style and develop unique, convenient, and energy-efficient products that add convenience to life. The company is engaged in marketing various consumer household and industrial goods, including electric lamps and bulbs lighting fitting and domestic appliances like fans, air coolers, pressure cookers, ovens, toaster, heaters, mixer grinder, and parts thereof, water purifier, water filters, etc. In consumer products, 53.8% of total revenue in FY 20-21 is from Appliances (Kitchen and Domestic), 26.6% is from Fans, 12.5% is from Lighting, and The Balance of 7.1% from others and the Company has assigned credit ‘A’ in the Long term, ‘A1’ in Short term and ‘A’ in Non-convertible Debentures. It has a subsidiary naming Nirlep Appliances Private Limited. The promoters currently hold 63.10% of the stake in the company, and the rest, 36.89%, is owned by the others (Retail Investors).
As of 31st March 2021, revenue from operations was Rs 4,573 crore, which had declined by 8.11% from Rs 4,977 crore. It had posted a Quarterly Net Loss in June 2021 was Rs. 869 Lakhs, which decreased 79.49% from Rs.4239 Lakhs in June 2020. However, its PBIT grew sharply from Rs. 192 crores in 2019-20 to Rs. 305 crores. PAT swung from Rs. (0.1) crores in 2019-20 to Rs. 184 crores, marking a strong turnaround in performance. During the year, the company continued to generate strong cash flow from the operation of Rs. 660 crores. Total debts reduced sharply from Rs. 957 crores as of 31st March 2020 to Rs. 464 crores as of 31st March 2021, thus further improving the debt-equity ratio of the company to 0.3.