Un-Audited Standalone and Consolidated Financial Results For the quarter & first half year ended September 30, 2021
Q2 FY22 (Consolidated)
Q2 FY21 (Consolidated)
Q2 FY22 (Standalone)
Q2 FY21 (Standalone)
Jain Irrigation Systems Limited (‘JISL’/‘*the Company’), the largest Micro Irrigation Systems Company in the country and second largest globally, has announced un-audited standalone and consolidated results for second quarter & first half year of FY 2021-22.
Consolidated Performance Overview 2QFY22:
Revenue increased by 36.8 % on YoY basis by registering positive growth in all major business divisions
Hi-tech Agri Input Products Division registered growth of 36.7% YoY on account of good demand in domestic
as well as international market.
Plastic Division registered growth of 50.5% YoY on account of strong growth from PVC pipes & PVC Sheet
Agro Processing Division registered growth of 23.8% YoY on account of higher sales from domestic market
EBIDTA margin for 2QFY22 at 14.2% increased by 730 basis point on YoY basis
Substantial increase in PAT due to one-time gain from implementation of resolution plan of Bonds in
Consolidated Performance Overview For H1FY22:
Overall revenue expanded by 34.7% on account of positive growth in all major business divisions.
Plastic Division registered strong growth of 41.8% YoY growth.
EBIDTA margin for 1HFY22 at 14.5% increased by 810 basis point on YoY basis
Substantial increased in PAT due to one-time gain from implementation of resolution plan of Bonds in
Current Global order book stands at INR 38,273 Mn which includes orders of INR 20,663 Mn for Hi-tech Agri Input Products Division, INR 6,928 Mn for Plastic Division and INR 10,682 for Agro Processing Division
Standalone Performance Overview: 2QFY22
Overall total revenue expanded by 60.1% lead by strong growth in the both businesses i.e. Hi~tech Agri Input Products Division and Plastic product division.
EBIDTA margin for 2QFY22 at ~14.6% increased by 1310 basis point on YoY basis
Significant reduction in loss after tax at INR 379 Mn as against INR 1,069 Mn in 2QFY21 on account of improvement in the EBIDTA margin.
Plastic Division also registered good growth of 34.8% YoY
1HFY22, significant reduction in loss after tax by 74% compare to 1HFY21
Current India order book stands at INR 22,182 Mn which includes orders of INR 15,616 Mn for Hi-tech Agri Input Products Division, INR 6,566 Mn for Plastic Division.
The Vice Chairman and Managing Director of the Company, Mr Anil Jain said:
"We are pleased to announce the unaudited financial results of the Company for the second quarter and first half of FY 2021-22. There is a good all-round performance in the operations. The standalone revenue as seen 60.1% increase YoY and consolidated revenue has seen 36.8% increase YoY in 2" quarter FY22.
The profitability performance is qually good during the quarter. This performance is despite the inflationary headwinds in polymers and logistics cost increases globally. The present global order book is at INR 38,273 million which gives the revenue visibility for next quarters. The net working capital efficiency, measured in terms of DSO (days’ sales outstanding) has improved across standalone and consolidated operations. This shows better recovery of receivables.
During the quarter, one of our subsidiaries, i.e. Jain International Trading B.V. has successfully completed resolution plan with the existing bond holders. The restructuring will provide both long term stability and additional liquidity for the Group. Further, there has been a good progress on the Debt Resolution Plan of the Company. The company has received sanction letters in line with on-going resolution plan (RP) of its credit facilities from the lead bank and few other lenders as well and expects to fully implement the RP within next few weeks post receipt of sanction from other lenders and completion of various other procedural and legal formalities and other conditions precedent as part of the approved RP. We remain optimistic about early and successful completion of all these efforts based upon current status of the Plans. We again thank the various stakeholders - employees, banks, financial institutions, shareholders, suppliers and customers - for their continued support."