M&M Q4 Results – The company’s revenue has grown by 48 percent annually (YoY) to Rs 13,338 crore from Rs 9,005 crore reported in the corresponding quarter last year.
Mahindra and Mahindra Limited (‘M&M’) is a leading Mahindra Group company with a wide range of business interests worldwide with combined revenue of approximately USD 19.4 billion.
The company operates in nine categories: the automotive segment consists of the sale of car parts and related services; a piece of the farm machinery is for the sale of uncrewed tractor tractors and associated services; information technology (IT) services have services provided by IT and telecom; financial services include finance-related services for rental and leasing of vehicles and tractors; metal trading and processing involve buying and processing of steel; foundation consists of the operation of commercial buildings for project management and development; Part of the visitors include time sales; The Systech segment consists of car parts and other related products and services, and some of its components include post-tire marketing and investment.
The company’s production facilities are located in Kandivali Nashik Igatpuri Nagpur, Chakan Zaheerabad Jaipur Rudrapur Haridwar Mohali, and Pithampur. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd was established on October 2, 1945, by Mahindra & Mohammed Ltd. The company was renamed Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd in 1948.
On Friday, Mahindra and Mahindra reported a combined profit of $ 163 million in the March 2020-21 quarter (Q4FY21), affected by a single loss of $ 840. By comparison, M&M reported a loss of 3,255 million shares in the last quarter.
The company also announced a maximum share of Rs 8.75 per share of FY21 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the company. M&M Q4 revenue has grown by 48 percent annually (YoY) to Rs 13,338 crore from Rs 9,005 crore reported in the corresponding quarter last year.
Emkay analysts expected M&M to report Q4 revenue at Rs 13,001.5 crore while total profit was identified at Rs 1,012.8 crore.
The company reported pre-interest earnings, taxes, depreciation, and depreciation (Ebitda) on 1,960 crores. Despite solid price increases, Ebitda’s limit entered 14.7 percent quarterly compared to 13.6 percent reported in Q4FY20.
“Strong restrictions and the transformation of underground FES companies and the strong demand for vehicles through the SUV-focused strategy have given us the impetus to now speed up the flight,” said Executive Director Rajesh Jejurikar.
The company said the overall demand remains vital for the company’s automotive products in Q4FY21. However, the global shortage of semi-condors has contributed to quarterly production and sales.
Meanwhile, it also registered a 58 percent increase in tractor capacity while revenue grew by 60 percent despite the challenges of procurement and supply constraints.
In response to stocks, M&M Q4 store rose to 2.58% to Rs 850 on the BSE after announcing its March quarterly results. At 2:55 PM, the stock traded at 2.32 percent compared to a 0.6 percent gain on the S&P BSE Sensex benchmark.