HUL Q3 outcomes: The income from operations stood at Rs 11,682 crore, up 20.48 per cent YoY and three.6 per cent quarter-on-quarter (QoQ)
FMCG main Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) has posted an 18.87 per cent year-on-year (YoY) development in its standalone internet revenue at Rs 1,921 crore for the third quarter ended December 31, 2020, pushed by price saving measures. The firm had posted a revenue of Rs 1,616 crore in the identical interval final 12 months. On the sequential foundation, the revenue fell by 4.30 per cent from Rs 2,009 crore in September quarter of 2020.
“Net revenue management and savings agenda has enabled us drive healthy bottom line,” HUL mentioned in a regulatory submitting.
The income from operations stood at Rs 11,682 crore, up 20.48 per cent YoY and three.6 per cent quarter-on-quarter (QoQ). Domestic shopper development (excluding the influence of merger of GSK CH and acquisition of ‘VWash’) grew at 7 per cent.
On the operational entrance, the EBITDA (Earnings earlier than Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortisation) margins stood at 24 per cent.
“Higher mobility, consumer relevant innovations and investments behind market development are driving business momentum. Our business fundamentals remain strong with 86 per cent of our business gaining penetration,” HUL mentioned.
The firm mentioned that well being, hygiene and vitamin, which constitutes 80 per cent of its portfolio, continues to develop in double digits and has seen important enchancment in discretionary classes.
Segment sensible, income from homecare division fell by 1 per cent to Rs 3,409 crore. The income from magnificence & private care phase rose by 10 per cent to Rs 4,841 crore, whereas meals & refreshment reported income development of 80 per cent at Rs 3,356 crore.
Commenting on Q3 outcomes, Sanjiv Mehta, Chairman and Managing Director mentioned, “With COVID cases coming down sharply and increasing mobility, economic activity in the country continues to improve. The rapid rollout of vaccines will give further impetus to economic growth. Our consumer relevant innovations, market development and execution excellence have enabled us to drive broad based growth across our categories in the December quarter.”
“The near-term demand outlook is improving, and we expect to see revival in urban while rural should continue to do well. Inflationary pressures are building up in select commodities and we will manage them judiciously. I am confident that we are very well positioned to capture the growth opportunities and accelerate momentum,” he added.
HUL additionally introduced the appointment of Ritesh Tiwari as Executive Director, Finance & Chief Financial Officer and a member of the Board, impact from May 1, 2021, topic to needed authorities approvals. He may even take over because the Vice President Finance, South Asia, Unilever.
Ahead of Q3 outcomes, shares of HUL ended Wednesday’s commerce at Rs 2,390.75, down 0.34 per cent, in opposition to earlier closing worth of Rs 2,398.90.