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hella india lighting Limited

158.00
+ 1.94 %
Scrip Name
HELLA INDIA
ISIN No.
INE431D01013
PAN No.
AAACJ0101G
Face Value
10
No. of Outstanding Shares
3,171,400
Market Capitalization
50.11 Crore

HELLA INDIA LIGHTING LIMITED

About the Company

HELLA India Lighting Ltd. brings “Technology of Tomorrow for the Life of Today” to Indian Roads. Member of the Management Board of the HELLA Group, Germany, along with all employees of HILL, have adopted the new strategy for the company to focus all future activities around the central theme of ensuring road safety on Indian Roads. In this regard, HILL focuses on state-of-the-art technology products for the special OE segment and safety awareness campaigns through its strong independent Aftermarket network.

India is one of the focus markets for the HELLA Group and in the last years, Hella India Lighting has turnaround its operations and thus earned the right to grow. HILL has achieved a benchmark in quality performance and assured resource support for training and development of all employees to perform the “Technology Jump”. To operationalize the new strategy of HILL and to perform the “Technology Jump”, HELLA’s plant at Derabassi has gone through modernization and the plant has been equipped with the latest machines and facilities.

HELLA India Lighting has set up its company vision to impact the aspect of recognition. Moreover, the company seeks to lower the number of deaths during traffic accidents by 10% by the end of this decade. The latest death toll figures show that there are almost 1 lakh deaths due to road accidents. This issue is of prime importance to HILL. The company’s vision is able to create and unlock a new value paradigm for end consumers. The safety cycle during night – to see and to be seen – is of great importance. Looking at the number of road accidents, the increasing death toll, and the social and economic impact, HELLA is committed to road safety through its company vision. HILL has launched safety enabling products, tries to increase awareness of safety-critical do’s and don’ts, and actively engages with related non-governmental organizations and governmental departments.

                                                                                 

INCORPORATION DETAILS


CIN


U74899DL1959PLC003126


Registration Date

04 September 1959

Category/Sub-category of the Company

Company limited by Shares

Address of the Registered office and contact details

K-61B, LGF, Kalkaji, New Delhi – 110019.

Telephone (+91) 124 4425700

Name, Address and Contact Details of

Registrar and Transfer Agent, if any

6 th Floor, Platinum Tower, Plot No. 184, Udyog Vihar,

Phase – I, Gurugram, Haryana – 122 016,

 T (+91) 124 4658600 F (+91) 124 4658699


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Mr. AvinashRazdanBindra - Non – Executive Independent Director

Mr. Tarun Gulati - Non – Executive Independent Director

Mr. Rama Shankar Pandey - Managing Director

Mr. Christoph Boris Sohnchen - Additional Director


PRINCIPAL BUSINESS ACTIVITY OF BUSINESS

Name and Description of main products/services

NIC Code of the product/service *

% to the total turnover of the company #

Manufacturing of:



Horns

3748

15%

Lamps

3748

65%

 

Shareholders holding more than 5 % shares in the company as on 31 March 2021



As of 31 March 2021

As of 31 March 2021

 As of
31 March 2020

As of 31 March 2020

Name

No. of shares

% of holding

No. of shares

% of holding

Hella Holding International GmbH, Germany, the holding company

16,17,400

51

16,17,400

51

Hella India Automotive Private Limited

10,01,490

31.58

10,01,490

31.58


INDUSTRY OUTLOOK

The "Market “Size is expected to grow from 724.1 million USD In 2020, to reach 820.2 Million USD by 2026, The base year considered for the study is 2020, and the forecast period is between 2021 and 2026. There has been an increase in the adoption of Electric Automobile Horn in various industries such as Passenger Vehicle, Light Commercial Vehicle. Various trade shows and expos have also helped Electric Automobile Horn manufacturing companies to expand their customer base and contribute significantly to the growth of the Electric Automobile Horn market.

The Electric Automobile Horn Market report is designed to provide the latest market information and enable decision-makers to compile reliable investment reviews. It also offers an in-depth analysis of the global Electric Automobile Horn market by product type, end-user/application, leading manufacturers, and key regions. Electric Automobile Horn's market size was USD 708 million and it is expected to reach USD 820.2 million by the end of 2026, with a CAGR of 2.1% during 2021-2026.

In the projected period 2021-2026, increasing global urbanization, higher sales of Machinery and Equipment, multinational corporations, local merchants, and supply chains are driving the expansion of the "

Electric Automobile Horn's market size was USD 708 million and it is expected to reach USD 820.2 million by the end of 2026, with a CAGR of 2.1% during 2021-2026. An automobile horn is a device used to alert other vehicles and passersby. When a horn button is pressed, an electromagnet energized intermittently will cause the steel diaphragm to oscillate back and forth producing the sound of the car horn. Automobile horns have become a part of everyday life and one can hardly find an automobile without a horn. The classification of electric automobile horn includes flat shape and snail shape, and the proportion of snail shape in 2016 is about 75%, and the proportion is in increasing trend from 2012 to 2016. Electric automobile horn is widely used in passenger vehicles, light commercial vehicles, and other kinds of vehicle. The most proportion of electric automobile horns is used in passenger vehicles, and the consumption proportion is about 75% in 2016. China is the largest consumption place, with a consumption market share of nearly 29% in 2016. Following China, Europe is the second-largest consumption place with a consumption market share of 22%. Market competition is intense. Fiamm, Minda, Denso, Bosch, etc. are the leaders of the industry, and they hold key technologies and patents, with high-end customers; have been formed in the monopoly position in the industry.

FINANCIALS AT GLANCE

STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS (All Amounts in Thousands, unless otherwise stated)


Particulars

2021

2020

2019

Revenue from Operations

19,29,007

17,26,282

19,78,176

Other Income

30,163

17,068

20,827

Total Revenue

19,59,170

17,43,350

19,99,003

 change %

12.38%

-12.79%


EBITDA

1,51,905

1,41,092

1,69,300

EBITDA Margin

7.75%

8.09%

8.47%

EBIT

66,946

50,575

95,508

EBIT Margin

3%

3%

5%

DEP

84,959

90,517

73,792

FINANCE COST

39,083

24,346

21,106

Profit before tax

27,863

26,229

74,402

Tax Expense I Current Taxes

30,645

18,480

25,679

Prior Year taxes

0

73

-2,179

Deferred tax

-3,096

-11,412

-3,825

Total Tax Expense

27,549

7,141

19,675

PAT

314

19,088

54,727

Profit Margin

0.02%

1.09%

2.74%

EPS(in Rs.)

0.1

6.02

17.62

 

 BALANCE SHEET AS ON 31st MARCH 2021 (All Amounts in Thousands, unless otherwise stated)

ASSETS

As of 31 March 2021

As of 31 March 2020

Non-current assets



Fixed assets



a) Property, Plant and Equipment

4,63,978

4,25,082

b) Capital work in progress

74,261

1,88,691

c) Other intangible assets

2,533

915

d) Right of use assets

9,138

19,617

e) financial assets



(i) Investments

20

20

(ii) Other financial assets

5,457

8,697

(f) Deferred tax assets

16,326

12,731

(g) Other tax assets

19,949

23,032

(h) Other non-current assets

42,231

12,023

Total non-current assets

6,33,893

6,90,808

Current assets



a) Inventories

3,08,762

2,25,618

b) Financial assets



(i) Trade receivables

3,96,051

2,96,080

(ii) Cash and bank balance

39,672

76,041

(iii) Loans Other financial assets

4,180

336

c) Other current assets

1,57,560

1,21,234

Total current assets

9,06,225

7,19,309

Total Assets

15,40,118

14,10,117

EQUITY AND LIABILITIES



Equity



a) Equity share capital

31,714

31,714

b) Other Equity

4,41,573

4,42,556

Total Equity

4,73,287

4,74,270

Liabilities



Non-current liabilities



a) Financial liabilities



(i) Borrowings

976

2,96,144

(ii) Lease liabilities

4,895

11,000

b) Provisions

44,334

39,416

c) Other non-current liabilities

6,224

5,215

Total noncurrent liabilities

2,94,429

3,51,775

Current liabilities



a) Financial liabilities



(i) Borrowings

-

1,05,457

(ii) Lease liabilities

6,104

10,676

(iii) Trade payables



(i) Total outstanding dues of micro and small enterprises

98,442

76,526

(ii) Total outstanding dues of other than micro and small enterprises

5,05,976

3,19,032

(iv) Other financial liabilities

83,047

20,450

b) Provisions

36,997

39,318

c) Other current liabilities

41,836

12,613

Total current liabilities

7,72,402

5,84,072

Total Equity and Liabilities

15,40,118

14,10,117

 

Dividend History

 

Year

2021

2020

Amount

0

0

 

PERFORMANCE OF THE COMPANY

The financial year 2020-21 was a challenging year, owing to certain new kinds of business challenges, primarily due to the impact of COVID-19 worldwide, including India. Despite challenges, the Company maintained its momentum that led to an increase in its Revenue from Operations, which grew from INR 17,26,282,000/- to INR 19,29,007,000/-. However, the Expenses of the Company were increased to INR 19,31,307,000/- from INR 17,17,121,000/-, in the previous year, owing to an increase in the cost of Raw material and components, Employee Benefit expenses, Finance Costs (including interest on 24 Annual Report 2020-21 Annual Report 2020-21 Copyright Protection: Confidential - ISO 16016 borrowings), etc.

The company still managed to have a Profit Before Tax of INR 27,863,000/-, which was higher than of the previous year, i.e. INR 26,229,000/-. However, post consideration of Net Current Tax expenses, Prior year tax expenses & Deferred Taxes, which increased from INR 7,141,000/- to INR 27,549,000/-, your Company had a profit after tax of INR 314,000/-, compared to a Profit After Tax of 19,088,000/-, in the previous financial year. After considering the other comprehensive income/(loss) of INR (1,297,000/-), Total comprehensive income/(loss) stands at INR (983,000/-). The Basic and diluted earnings per share (for equity share having a face value of Rs. 10 each) stands at INR 0.10, as of 31st March 2021, compared to INR 6.02, as of 31st March 2020.


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