Crompton Greaves Shopper Electricals Ltd on Friday reported a 33 per cent improve in consolidated web revenue at Rs 125.95 crore within the first quarter ended June 30, on the again of upper gross sales.
The corporate, which had posted a consolidated web revenue of Rs 94.76 crore within the year-ago interval, mentioned it has raised Rs 600 crore by the allotment of non-convertible debentures on non-public placement foundation in two sequence.
Consolidated income from operations within the first quarter stood at Rs 1,862.94 crore, as in opposition to Rs 1,050.48 crore within the corresponding interval of the earlier fiscal, Crompton Greaves Shopper Electricals Ltd (CGCEL) mentioned in a regulatory submitting.
Complete bills have been larger at Rs 1,693.09 crore, as in opposition to Rs 943.08 crore within the year-ago interval, the corporate mentioned.
“First quarter began with sturdy progress momentum and recorded strong income progress throughout companies, in each Crompton and Butterfly,” CGCEL Managing Director, Shantanu Khosla mentioned.
Various channels equivalent to e-commerce, canteen shops and rural markets proceed to extend their share within the general enterprise, he added.
Khosla mentioned Butterfly (Butterfly Gandhimathi Home equipment Ltd) wherein the corporate had elevated stake to 81 per cent in June this 12 months, carried out strongly within the first quarter publish the takeover.
“Operational and value synergies are below implementation,” he added.
Within the first quarter, CGCEL mentioned electrical shopper durables phase income stood at Rs 1,347.18 crore and lighting merchandise income was at Rs 262.26 crore, whereas Butterfly product was at Rs 253.5 crore.
In a separate submitting, the corporate mentioned it has raised Rs 600 crore by the allotment of non-convertible debentures.
The committee of debentures of the corporate on Friday have authorised the allotment of 6,000 secured, rated, listed redeemable, non-convertible debentures (NCDs) of face worth of Rs 10 lakh every aggregating to Rs 600 crore.
The NCDs have been allotted on non-public placement foundation in two sequence, it added.
The sequence A comprising 3,000 NCDs has a coupon price of seven.40 per cent every year with tenor of 24 months commencing July 22, 2022.
Then again, the sequence B of an analogous variety of debentures has a tenor of 36 months with coupon price of seven.65 per cent every year, it added.