1. Abbott India Ltd
Abbott India Ltd is one of the leading multinational pharmaceutical companies in India and sells its products through independent distributors primarily in India. It was founded in 1944. A product portfolio of over 125 products across various therapeutic areas such as women’s health, gastroenterology, central nervous system (CNS), metabolism, multispecialty (pain management, insomnia, nutritional supplements and vitamins), vaccines, consumer health, etc.
In FY22, the company introduced 10 new products in different therapeutic areas. In FY22, injectables accounted for ~40% of revenue, followed by tablets (39%), liquids (~16%), capsules (3%) and others (2%). Apart from India, the company also serves Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives and Bhutan.
In FY21, domestic sales accounted for 98% of sales and exports for 2%. OTC (Over-the-Counter) is a strategic area of interest for the company. improve access and affordability of everyday health products for our patients. Furthermore, their focus will continue to be on antacids and laxatives, with a focus on analgesics and preventive healthcare. What is also focusing more on alternative channels – such as modern pharmacy chains and e-pharmacies.
2. Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd
Hindustan Aeronautics is engaged in the manufacture of aircraft and helicopters and the repair and maintenance of aircraft and helicopters. HAL plays a strategic role in India’s defense program as the only Indian company that specializes in aircraft manufacturing and provides its maintenance and related services.
Cumulative R&D cost of Rs. 6783 crore over the last 5 years to FY20. The result is more indigenously designed and developed platforms that offer more products to the domestic and export markets. 10% of the previous year’s operating profit after tax is earmarked for research and development. The share of research and development in total sales as of March 20 is 5.75%. Order book as of September 2020 stands at 54140 Cr consisting of production for 34831 Cr; ROH and spare parts at 17104 kr; Development to 1896 kr and export orders 312 kr.
Platforms see LCH, LUH, HTT-40, LCA Mk-1 have completed the development phase and are entering the production phase.
3. Shriram Transport Finance Company Ltd
Shriram Transport Finance Company Ltd is part of the SHRIRAM Group conglomerate, which has a significant presence in the field of financing. STFC deals with the financing of commercial vehicles with a focus mainly on trucks from used to new. It is a deposit-taking NBFC with 1,758 branches, 831 rural centers and partnerships with ~500 private financiers.
STFC has more than 1834 branches, with 19,451 sales teams serving more than 2.10 million customers and out of the total number of branches, 664 branches are located in Ahmedabad trade zone, 667 in Bangalore trade zone and 503 branches in Chennai trade zone. In FY21, the company’s gross NPA was 7.1% and net NPA was 4.2%. The company has created a provision of Rs.909 Cr. on the FY20 bill for pandemic losses. Fixed deposits of STFC at the end of FY20 are 150 cr. In FY20, the company offered secured convertible non-convertible debentures (NCDs) aggregating up to Rs 10,000 crore.
The Company upgraded and converted from a $2 billion Global Medium Term Note Program to a $3 billion Global Medium Term Note Program. The company issued 5.1% senior secured notes (Social Bonds) totaling US$500 million in a US$3 billion global medium-term note program (the GMTN program) to Qualified Institutional Buyers (QIBs).
4. Uflex Ltd
Uflex Ltd is India’s leading multinational company engaged in the manufacture and sale of flexible packaging products, offering complete flexible packaging solutions to its customers worldwide. Flexible packaging (~96% of sales).The company manufactures a wide range of plastic flexible packaging products. Its product portfolio includes biaxially oriented polyethylene terephthalate (BOPET), biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) films, cast polypropylene (CPP) films, printing and coating inks, adhesives, equipment for holography, metallization and PVDC coatings, gravure cylinders, rotogravure, lamination and molding bag.
The company has clients from all over the world.Its key clientele includes Coca Cola, Nestlé, Mondelez International, Amul, Perfetti, GlaxoSmithKline, PepsiCo, Loreal, ITC, Britannia, P&G etc. The company has a strong global sales and distribution network and provides services in more than 140 countries around the world. Currently, domestic customers account for 49% of sales and foreign customers account for the remaining 51% of sales.
The company has 9 manufacturing facilities in India, United Arab Emirates, Poland, Russia, Egypt, Mexico and USA. It has a production capacity of 3,81,000 TPA for various main products and ~3,75,000 TPA for various intermediate products.
5. CSB Bank Ltd
CSB Bank (Formerly The Catholic Syrian Bank Ltd) is engaged in banking services, India’s oldest private sector bank with a history of over 98 years and a strong base in Kerala, a bank targeting SMEs, retail and NRI customers. . CSB Bank is a private sector bank based in the south with Kerala contributing ~50% of the business. Gold and SMEs are the key credit segments accounting for ~40% and 15% of the credit mix respectively.
Fairfax India Holding was allowed to acquire ~51% stake in FY19. The bank then changed its strategy in various aspects, leading to an organizational transformation that led to improved performance CSB focused more on gold loans and exited several risky SME segments, leading to an increase in the share of gold loans from 26% in FY19 to 40% in FY21; allows you to generate a higher yield.
The bank has hired industry veterans Pralay Mondal (ex-Axis Bank), Neeraj Dhawan (ex-Yes Bank), Shyam Mani (ex-Yes Bank) to strengthen its executive team. As part of solving the ongoing HR problem, the bank has further reduced the number of IBA employees from ~60% before the IPO to 41% now (~1600 IBA employees outside ~3900). Granular retail deposits and loyal customer base (~25% of NRI deposits) allowed CASA to grow to ~32% in FY21.
Cochin Shipyard Limited (NSE:COCHINSHIP) Q4 FY22 Earnings Concall dated May. 26, 2022 Corporate Participants: Madhu S Nair -- Chairman & Managing Director Jose V J -- Director Finance Analysts: Vastupal Shah
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