Dabur India Restricted introduced its July-September quarter outcomes for the monetary 12 months 2021-22, reporting a internet revenue of Rs 504 crore on a consolidated foundation, in comparison with Rs 481.68 crore within the corresponding interval final 12 months, marking a development of 5 per cent year-on-year.
The FMCG main’s income from operations within the second quarter of the present fiscal stood at Rs 2,817.58 crore, in comparison with Rs 2,516.04 crore in the identical quarter final 12 months, registering a development of 12 per cent year-on-year.
The corporate’s FMCG enterprise led development within the September quarter, reporting a quantity development of 10 per cent, marking the fifth successive quarter of double-digit quantity development, in accordance with a regulatory submitting by Dabur India to the inventory exchanges immediately.
“Persevering with with our payout coverage, the board has declared an interim dividend of Rs 2.50 per share, aggregating to a complete payout of Rs 441.98 crore,” mentioned Mr. Mohit Burman, Vice Chairman, Dabur India.
Dabur’s meals & beverage enterprise reported a 43 per cent development within the September quarter. The digestives enterprise grew 22.7 per cent, whereas the Ayurvedic medicines enterprise reported a 12.6 per cent development.
Dabur’s hair care class, reporting development for each its hair oils and shampoo companies, reported a 26.5 per cent development within the September quarter. The toothpaste class reported a development of 15.2 per cent, whereas Dabur Purple Paste grew by 20 per cent in the course of the quarter.
”….our strategic enterprise transformation train final 12 months helped us efficiently deal with the rising challenges and ship a wholesome topline development regardless of the robust macroeconomic situations. We have now undertaken calibrated worth will increase and sharpened our deal with value management to mitigate the impression,” mentioned Mr. Mohit Malhotra, Chief Government Officer, Dabur India.
In the meantime, the corporate’s board accepted the enhancement in restrict of non-convertible debenture (NCDs) to be issued on personal placement foundation from the prevailing restrict of Rs 250 crore to Rs 500 crore. The improved restrict will allow the corporate to situation the mentioned NCDs from varied tranches on personal placement foundation, in accordance with the inventory alternate submitting.
On Tuesday, November 2, shares of Dabur India settled 0.05 per cent larger at Rs 598.30 apiece on the BSE.