Combined revenue (BFL plus its wholly owned subsidiaries) reached Rs. 1,323.8 Crores, PBT before exce ptional item reached Rs. 131.6 Crores.
Bharat Forge Ltd., today announced its Q1 results with combined revenue reaching Rs. 1,323.8 Crore, a growth of 22.3%. The combined EBIDTA margin improved to 16.4%.
Stand-alone revenue & EBIDTA for Q1 reached Rs. 649.5 Crore and Rs. 168.1 Crore a growth of 25.6%, & 38.6% respectively.
As per accounting standard AS 11, the company has revalorized its foreign currency liabilities and has recognized an exchange loss of Rs 69.3 crore which is shown as exceptional item. Stand alone PAT after such exceptional item was Rs 26.6 crores.
BFL clocked impressive performance on the export front which grew by 25.6 % (adjusted for rupee depreciation) over the corresponding quarter previous year. This growth has been achieved despite sluggishness in the US & European Automotive industry.
Commenting on the results of the company Mr. B N Kalyani, Chairman & Managing Director said “The first quarter results are in line with our expectations despite the challenging environment that we continue to face.”
“Going forward, the market conditions are expected to be much more challenging in the light of continuing increase in raw material prices, high crude oil prices, and sluggishness in the Indian & global economy. However, our foray in to the non auto sector will assist BFL in maintaining its growth mome ntum.” he added.