M&M reports Q3FY22 results, export volumes up by 58.3% on a YoY basis
The overall performance has improved compared to the corresponding quarter last year but has deteriorated sequentially.
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, one of the leading auto companies in India with a leadership position in utility vehicles, announced its Q3FY22 results yesterday.
During the quarter, on a consolidated basis, the net revenue was up by 9.10% YoY to Rs 23594.46 crore. The PBIDT (ex OI) surged by 28.54% YoY by declining by 7.47% to Rs 4526.19 crore. The corresponding margin expanded by 290 bps YoY but contracted by 360 bps sequentially to 19.18%.
The sequential decline and contraction in the margin were driven by a rise in commodity price and operating leverage. To tackle the challenge of rising commodity prices, the company has undertaken stringent cost control measures.
The PAT increased by a stellar 184.76% YoY but a mere 1.73% sequentially to Rs 2066.60 crore. Similarly, the PAT margins expanded by 540 bps YoY but contracted sequentially by 70 bps to 8.76%.
The company’s auto business continues to register a strong booking pipeline for its key models. Its export volumes went by 58.3% on a YoY basis. Also, the company's XUV 700 received a strong response from the markets. It received booking for more than 1 lakh units in 4 months.
Moreover, the company’s EV segment seems to be gaining traction as it registered its highest ever quarterly billing for EV 3 wheelers, an increase of 170.2% YoY.
While the global shortage of semi-conductors / ECUs impacted production and sales during this quarter too, the supplies have increased. Owing to this, there is a sequential rise in volumes.
At 3.07 pm, the share price of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd was trading at Rs 854.85, an increase of 0.21% from the previous day’s closing price of Rs 853.10 on BSE.
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