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roop ultrasonix Limited

230.00
-0.86 %
Scrip Name
Roop Telsonic
ISIN No.
INE01QU0101
PAN No.
AAACR2101G
Face Value
10
No. of Outstanding Shares
3,483,262
Market Capitalization
80.12 Crore

About Roop Ultrasonix Limited Unlisted Shares

RTUL was founded in 1982 and is the market leader in Ultrasonic instrumentation. The Company started its activities in Mumbai with the production of high-efficiency Ultrasonic Transducers for non-destructive testing. Transducers bring the vital component for ultrasonic instrumentation, giving immediate recognition to the Company in the non-destructive testing field. The Company started manufacturing ultrasonic flaw detectors and thickness gauges in the year 1985 and was the first to introduce a microprocessor-based flaw detector in the year 1986. The Company's Research and Development wing has developed a number of new instruments like the smallest flaw detector, single-element transducer thickness gauge, concrete tester, liquid level indicator, pest repeller, etc. With the increased development and increased volume of production, the Company acquired additional space in the Gandhinagar Electronic Zone. In 1992, the Company entered into collaboration with M/s Telsonic AG, Switzerland, a world leader in ultrasonic technology for the manufacture of Plastic and Metal Welding and Ultrasonic Cleaning equipment. With this manufacturing base, the Company established itself as one of the largest manufacturers of ultrasonic machines for industrial applications in the South East Asian region. The Company further expanded its manufacturing base in 1997 with a view to consolidating its position in the market. The Company is always on the lookout for delivering the latest in ultrasonic technology to the industry. The Company has also started a software division to incorporate window-based applications in its complete range of instrumentation.

INCORPORATION DETAILS

CIN

U33120MH1982PLC026800

Registration Date

29 March 1982

Category/Sub-category of the Company

Company limited by Shares

Address of the Registered office and contact details

A/41 NANDKISHORE INDL ESTATE OFF. MAHAKALI CAVES ROAD ANDHERI (E) MUMBAI Mumbai City MH 400093 IN

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Sr No

Name of the Director

Designation

1

Dr.A.S . Trivedi

Managing Director

2

Mrs. Rupa A Trivedi

Whole Time Director

3

Mr. Axel Vietze

Director

4

Mr. K.P. Rajagopalan

Director

Particulars of Holding Subsidiary and Associate Company 

Name and Address of the company

Holding / Subsidiary

% of shares held

Address of the company

RTUL Ultrasonic (Thailand) Co. Ltd.

Subsidiary

100%

4/246, Soi Phoemsin, 20 Yeak 16, klohgthanonSaimai, Bangkok-1220

RTUL Ultrasonic SDN. BHD.

Subsidiary

100%

08 Jalan Jasmin, 6/kS6, Bandar Botonic, 41200, Kalang Selangor, Darul Ehsan

Shareholders holding more than 5% shares in the company

Name of the Shareholder

No. of shares in 2021

% share in 2021

No. of shares in 2020

% share in 2020

Telesonic Ag.

                  13,39,401.00

38.45%

                13,39,401.00

38.45%

Dr Anant S. Trivedi

                  10,01,855.00

28.76%

                10,01,855.00

28.76%

Mrs. Rupa A. Trivedi

                    2,73,230.00

7.84%

                  2,73,230.00

7.84%

Mr. Aditya A. Trivedi

                    2,04,410.00

5.87%

                  2,00,110.00

5.74%

INDUSTRY OUTLOOK

The global ultrasonic testing market size is estimated to grow from USD 3.0 billion in 2021 to USD 4.2 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 7.1% from 2021 to 2026. Ultrasonic testing techniques are used primarily in engineering industries for evaluating different properties of structures, equipment, components, and materials without causing any damage.

DRIVERS: Stringent government regulations regarding public safety and product quality

The increasing complexity of machinery, growing requirements of precise product usage specifications, ongoing stringent implementation of government regulations to ensure the workforce's safety, and rising stringent quality control requirements are the key factors that augment the growth of the market for ultrasonic testing equipment and services. Prior evidence of infrastructure failures such as leakages in nuclear refineries, pipeline explosions, and refinery blasts has prompted governments worldwide to impose stringent safety regulations, which have fuelled the demand for ultrasonic testing of equipment and services.

RESTRAINTS: A dearth of skilled and qualified personnel to carry out ultrasonic testing activities

The demand for ultrasonic testing services is gaining more momentum than ultrasonic testing equipment. Additionally, it has become important for players to enhance their global presence, and at the same time, create a highly qualified workforce for providing effective ultrasonic testing and inspection services. Thus, a qualified workforce with the required ultrasonic testing and inspection skillset is a strategic concern for companies. Stringent government regulations and the high complexity of ultrasonic testing techniques lead to the increasing requirement of skilled testers and inspectors

OPPORTUNITIES: Large-scale infrastructural developments in APAC, Europe, and Latin America

Emerging economies such as India, China, Malaysia, and Brazil are experiencing rapid infrastructural developments such as constructing new bridges, dams, railways, power plants, and refineries. This drives the demand for ultrasonic testing services and equipment, which, in turn, is expected to accelerate the growth of the companies providing ultrasonic testing services and equipment.

CHALLENGES: Limited manufacturing activities and supply chain disruptions caused by COVID-19

The main issue being faced by the manufacturing industry is supply chain disruptions. Various rules and regulations imposed by governments of different countries of the world to contain the spread of COVID-19 include restrictions on the export and import of products and raw materials. This has led to significant supply chain issues throughout the world, causing a shortage of raw materials in various industries. As various industries cannot resume their operations, the demand for ultrasonic testing equipment and solutions has also reduced. Hence, the ultrasonic testing market is facing a drop in its size in the present situation.

The ultrasonic technique (UT) is likely to be the largest contributor to the NDT and inspection market during the forecast period

The market for the UT (ultrasonic testing) technique is projected to largest contributor to NDT Market. It is presently the most popular NDT technique due to its ability to identify defects and accurately determine their severity. Some advanced techniques such as ultrasonic immersion testing and guided-wave ultrasonic testing can be used for critical applications in the oil & gas and aerospace industries, among many others.

“Inspection services to account for the largest market size by 2021.”

Ultrasonic testing and inspection services are likely to account for the largest share of the market in 2021. Ultrasonic testing techniques' primary purpose is to inspect objects, materials, machinery, and structures for defects so that they can be rectified in a timely and cost-effective manner. After inspection services, training services are likely to continue to gain the second-largest market share in the coming years since training NDT technicians to keep them updated with new technological trends and make them aware of the customers' changing demands is equally essential.

“The Ultrasonic testing market in APAC to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period.”

The Asia Pacific is likely to be the fastest-growing region in the ultrasonic testing market due to the rapid infrastructural development and automation adoption in manufacturing industries in countries such as India and China. Countries in the Asia Pacific are involved in the manufacturing of defense aircraft, which is expected to increase ultrasonic testing equipment and services in the defense & aerospace industry. Many infrastructural development projects are under construction and scheduled to be constructed in the region during the forecast period. The demand for automobiles is estimated to grow substantially by 2026.

FINANCIALS AT GLANCE

STANDALONE STATEMENT OF PROFIT AND LOSS                                        (Amount is in Rs. Lakhs)  

 

Particulars

2021

2020

Revenue from Operations

5596.63

4141.98

Other Income

16.60

122.10

Total Revenue

5613.23

4264.08

 change %

32%

NA

EBITDA

806.68

518.01

Change %

56%

NA

EBITDA Margin

14%

12%

EBIT

733.12

405.61

EBIT Margin

13%

10%

DEP

73.55

112.41

FINANCE COST

129.07

127.03

Profit before tax

604.05

278.57

Tax Expense I Current Taxes

167.00

69.00

 

0.00

-6.66

Deferred tax

-0.63

-12.15

Total  Tax Expense

166.37

50.19

PAT

437.68

228.38

Profit Margin

8%

5%

EPS( in Rs.)

12.57

6.56

  

Balance sheet As of 31st March 2021                                                                                                             (All amounts in INR Lakhs, unless otherwise stated)

 

Particulars

2021

2020

ASSETS

 

 

Non-current assets

 

 

Tangible Assets

1314.24

1299.96

Intangible Assets

 

 

Capital work in progress

 

 

Non-Current Investments

11.59

11.59

Long term loan and Advances

247.76

327.50

Total non-current assets

1573.59

1639.05

Current assets

 

 

Inventories

1403.86

1882.81

Financial assets

0.00

0.00

(i) Trade receivables

1155.01

1365.50

(ii) Cash and cash equivalents

1943.33

774.16

Short-term loans and advances

260.86

202.26

Other current assets

1.82

3.09

Total current assets

4764.88

4227.81

Total assets

6338.48

5866.86

EQUITY AND LIABILITIES

 

 

Equity share capital

348.33

348.33

 Other Equity

3602.37

3216.94

Total equity

3950.69

3565.26

Liabilities

 

 

Non-current liabilities

 

 

Long Term Borrowings

326.87

240.97

Deferred tax Liability (net)

3.90

4.53

Long Term Provisions

295.48

287.40

Total non-current liabilities

626.25

532.90

Current liabilities

 

 

Financial liabilities

 

 

(i) Short Borrowings

571.15

464.03

(ii) Trade payables

504.05

681.14

 Other current liabilities

686.34

623.52

Total current liabilities

1761.54

1768.69

Total equity and liabilities

6338.48

5866.86

DIVIDEND HISTORY

For FY 2021 the company has paid a dividend of Rs. 1.50 per share.

PERFORMANCE OF THE COMPANY

Even though the Covid-19 situation has adversely impacted the working of the company the total revenue increased from Rs 4264.08 Lacs to Rs.561.23 Lacs i.e. an increase of 31.64%. The profit after tax has increased from Rs. 228.38 Lacs to Rs. 437.68 Lacs which is an increase of 91.65%

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2020-21

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