Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd is within the Capital Goods-Electrical Equipment sector with the Market Capitalization of worth Rs. 18,959.83 crores, it is incorporated in the year 1964. It has reported consolidated sales of Rs. 21490.01 crores in March’2021. The company is listed in the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) with the code 500103 and listed in the National Stock Exchange (NSE) with the code BHEL.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd is also known as BHEL is an Indian, government-owned engineering and manufacturing company. BHEL comes under the ownership of the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Government of India. BHEL is also the most significant power generation equipment manufacturer in India. BHEL has developed the capability to manufacture a wide range of electrical and mechanical equipment for various sectors like transmission, transportation, oil and gas, etc. BHEL can execute more than 150 projects at sites across India and abroad with the help of a network of seventeen manufacturing units, two repair units, four regional offices, eight service centres, eight overseas offices, fifteen regional centres, seven joint ventures, and infrastructure spread in different places. The promoters of the company own 63.17% of the stake in the company,
Foreign Institutional Investors (FII) own 4.67%, Domestic Institutional Investors (DII) own 12.4% of the stake, and others (such as public and retail investors) hold the balance of 19.76%.
In June 2021, quarterly net revenue was Rs. 2,901.32 crores, which has increased by approximately 45.73 % from Rs. 1,990.9 crores for the April-June 2020 quarter. The quarterly net loss in June 2021 was Rs. 445.2 crores, which has improved by nearly 50.38% from a net loss of Rs. 897.15 crores in June 2020. In June 2021, the reported operating profit was at Rs. 2,895.48 crores, which is also increased by 67.67% as compared to an operating profit of Rs. 1,726.9 crores for the quarter ending in June 2020. From Rs. (2.58) in June 2020, the EPS of Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd has improved and reached (Rs. 1.28) per share in June 2021. BHEL’s stock closed at Rs. 54.45 on 18th August’2021 (NSE) and has returned 35.96% in the last six months and 47.16% in the previous year.