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    • Automotive Industry in India
    • Automotive Clusters in India
    • Rapidly growing presence of Global OEMs (Original equipment manufacturer)
    • Passenger Vehicles Production
    • Other Vehicles Production
    • Auto Component Industry Profile - Turnover
    • Favorable Policy Regime
    • Company IP Rings manufacture Piston Rings predominantly steel and Precision Net Shaped Forgings for Transmission Applications
    • Product
    • Collaborations
    • Promoter and Promoter Group 58% Insurance Companies 3% Bodies Corporate 13% Individual shareholders capital up to Rs. 1 lakh 19% Individual shareholders holding excess of Rs. 1 lakh 7% Shareholding Promoter and Promoter Group Insurance Companies Bodies Corporate Individual shareholders capital up to Rs. 1 lakh Individual shareholders holding excess of Rs. 1 lakh
    • Competitor
    • SWOT Analysis Strengths Opportunities Strong Management Innovation Supply Chain Emerging Markets Economies of Scale International Expansion Cost Advantages Customer Loyalty
    • Weaknesses Threats Online Presence Bad Economy Weak Brand Mature Markets Customer Service Intense Competition Outdated Technology Volatile Costs SWOT Analysis
    • Capital previous year Capital Current year Capital expenditure % change 33,25,87,454 38,48,41,418 5,22,53,964 15.71 38,48,41,418 35,67,74,921 -2,80,66,497 -7.3 35,67,74,921 60,40,32,123 24,72,57,202 69 60,40,32,123 65,40,11,478 4,99,79,355 8.27 Avg 21.42 65,40,11,478 79,41,00,736 Capital expenditure
    • Company  Founded in 1929 as a distributor of automobiles & auto components and diversifying into manufacturing in 1959  Serves a range of industry segments including Passenger Cars, Multi-Utility Vehicles, Commercial Vehicles, Farm Tractors, Three wheelers, Two Wheelers and Stationary Engines
    • Rane Companies & Product Range
    • Volume Growth in % over previous year 2012-13 2011-12 • Vehicles assenger Cars -4 2 • Utility Vehicles 52 17 • Small Commercial Vehicles -17 27 • Light Commercial Vehicles 25 28 • Medium & Heavy -28 11 • Commercial Vehicles • Three Wheelers -4 10 • Two Wheelers 2 16 • Farm Tractors -1 12 • Source: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers INDUSTRY GROWTH
    • Domestic Sales (Rs. in crores) 2012-13 2011-12 Growth in % Brake Linings 171.42 177.23 -3.3 Disc Pads 142.25 127.01 12.0 Other Products 40.95 33.97 20.5 Domestic Market
    • Competitor
    • Strength • State of art R&D and manufacturing facility • In-house formulation development and benchmarking capability • Operational excellence • Preferred supplier for OEMs • Strong distribution network • Good customer contact and rapport with Tier-1 & vehicle OEM’s • Market leadership • Brand equity SWOT
    • • Unceasing cost reduction demand from OEMs from whom the major portion of the future growth is expected to come. • Spiralling commodity prices affecting the input costs structure. • Dumping from China. • Apprehension about weak economic expansion in the developed countries. Threats
    • Capital previous year Capital Current year Capital expenditure % change 17,00,000 8,00,000 -9,00,000 -52 9,00,000 13,00,000 4,00,000 44 Avg -4 13,00,000 12,48,000 Capital expenditure
    • Company Bosch Ltd was incorporated in the year 1951 with the name Motor Industries Company Ltd.
    • JUN' 13 MAR' 13 DEC' 12 SEP' 12 Promoter 71.18 71.18 71.18 71.18 FII 7.10 6.91 6.44 6.12 DII 11.53 11.62 12.01 12.50 Others 10.19 10.29 10.37 10.20 Total 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 Share Holding Pattern in (%)
    • Balance Sheet of Bosch
    • Balance Sheet of Bosch
    • • Standalone sales turnover of Rs 2,306.99 crore and a net profit of Rs 251.68 crore for the quarter ended Jun '13. • Bosch reported 1.70 percent increase in its net profit at Rs 251.68 crore for the second quarter ended June 30, 2013 Financial analysis
    • Company The company is engaged in the manufacturing of rubber products, such as tyres, tubes, flaps, tread rubber and conveyor belt
    • Product
    • SWOT Analysis Strength 1.Company has remained in no.1 position in tyre industry and was the first to reach annual turnover ofRs.5000Crore in India 2. They have 6 manufacturing facilities in India (all in south) in proximity of rubber belt of India, with sales network divided in 4 zones; east(14), west (23), south(33) and north(27 dealers)- very strong and developed distribution network. 3. Good export market with company exporting tyres and conveyor belts to 65 countries 4. Complete product portfolio with tyres for all types of vehicles-heavy duty vehicles, SUVs, small & luxury cars, two & three wheelers, conveyor belts, paints & coats and pretreads. 5. It enjoys strong brand equity and loyalty of customers. Weakness 1. Volatility in industrial relations. Ex: the labour unrest
    • Opportunity 1. Emerging markets and growth of automobile industry 2. More tie-ups with Automobile companies as it’s mainly into B2B market. 3.Horizontal and concentric Diversification. Threats 1.Price wars 2. Stiff competition from national and international brands 3. Cheaper technologies 4. Volatility in prices and availability of raw material as india’s rubber production is less than its demand. 5. Government Policies w.r.t export duties, import duties, tax levied on automobile industries and economic condition of nation as it determines the sale of automobiles. 6. Introduction of other transport facilities like metro, monorails and local trains
    • • MRF reported a 57.22 percent increase in standalone net profit to Rs 227.28 crore for the third quarter ended June 30 • Standalone income stood at Rs 3,051.46 crore in the April-June quarter, compared with Rs 3,008.27 crore in the same period of the previous financial year • MRF said its board of directors declared an interim dividend of Rs 3 per share for the year ending September 30, which will be paid after August 19. Financial analysis
    • • Associated Battery Manufacturers (Ceylon) Limited • Chloride International Ltd • Caldyne Automatics Ltd • Tandon Metals Ltd • Lead Age Alloys India Ltd • ESPEX Batteries Limited, UK Subsidiary
    • • Award • Future plan of action • Current Scenario
    • SWOT Analysis EXID E STRENGTH WEAKNE SS OPPURTUNI TY THREATS
    • March 2011-12 March 2012-13 Net sales 6084.96 5117.63 Total revenues 74495 74304 Gross profit 4592 4383 Profit before tax 742.28 645.17 Tax 188.37 219.50 Profit after tax 461.17 522.78 Gross profit margin 11.02 11.69 Net profit margin 8.48 8.89 Income data
    • March 2011-12 March 2012-13 Current ratio 1.48 1.65 Inventory turnover 6.00 5.88 Debt to Equity - - Fixed Asset Turnover 2.90 3.24 Net worth 3057.32 3423.59 Return on Net Worth 15.21 15.26 Return on capital employed (%) 21.95 21.80 Dividend Per Share 1.5 1.6 CAPEX 176 250 Balance sheet Data
    • Jun 2013 Mar 2013 Dec 2012 Sep 2012 Sales 1627.47 1541.20 1463.06 1521.36 Profit Before Tax 238.25 205.30 146.85 171.61 Tax 79.45 58.84 42.76 51.40 Profit After Tax 158.80 146.46 104.09 120.21 EPS 1.87 1.72 1.22 1.41 QUARTERLY RESULTS
    • •Anand Automotive Ltd •Anchemo Ltd •Victor Gasket India Ltd •Perfect Circle India Ltd Subsidiary
    • • Award • Joint Venture • Future plan of action • Current Scenario
    • SWOT Analysis GABRIEL STRENGTH WEAKNESS OPPURTUNITY THREATS
    • 2011-12 (Million) 2012-13 (Million ) Sales 10599.7 11544.8 Export Sales 553.1 415.5 Total Sales 1152.8 11960.3 Profit Before Tax 624.4 411.8 Profit After Tax 530.6 381.3 Return on Net Worth (%) 22.9 14.8 Income Statement
    • March 2011-12 March 2012-13 Current ratio 0.92 0.88 Inventory turnover 9.94 11.97 Debt to Equity 0.39 0.26 Fixed Asset Turnover 2.93 2.74 Return on capital employed (%) 22.29 14.8 Dividend Per Share 1.00 0.75 CAPEX 25.13 46.01 Balance Sheet
    • Jun 2013 Mar 2013 Dec 2012 Sep 2012 Sales 297.42 312.25 297.73 306.21 Profit Before Tax 10.96 10.92 9.80 15.70 Tax 1.90 0.11 0.67 3.02 Profit After Tax 9.06 10.81 9.13 12.68 EPS 0.60 0.81 0.56 0.88 QUARTERLY RESULTS
    • TVS Motor
    • Popular Product of TVS Phoenix 125 TVS SPORT TVS SCOOTY TVS APACHE
    • •Sundaram Auto Components Limited •TVS Energy Limited •TVS Housing Limited •TVS Motor Company (Europe) B.V •Sundaram Business Development •Consulting (Shanghai) Company Limited Subsidiary of TVS Motor
    • • Award • Acquisition • Future plan of action • Government Regulation • Current Scenario
    • SWOT Analysis TVS STRENGTH WEAKNESS OPPURTUNI TY THREATS
    • Market Share & Competitor Hero Moto 41% Honda 18% Bajaj 18% TVS Motor 13% Suzuki 3% Others 7%
    • Mar 2011-12 Mar 2012-13 Net sales 7163.23 7088.84 Gross profit 4592 4383 Interest 520 461 Profit before tax 316.46 163.58 Tax 67.39 47.56 Profit after tax 249.07 116.02 EPS 5.24 2.44 Dividend Per Share 1.30 1.20 Income data
    • Mar 2011-12 Mar 2012-13 Current ratio 0.8 0.9 Inventory turnover 33 31 Long term debt 8745 8457 Interest coverage 3.6 2.8 Debt to Equity 1.2 0.9 Return on equity 18.3 22.1 Return on capital employed(%) 19.0 14.7 Return on assets 6.7 9.0 Net Worth 1170 1225 Return on Net worth(%) 23.0 9.7 Balance sheet Data
    • Jun 2013 Mar 2013 Dec 2012 Sep 2012 Sales 1760.89 1725.29 1780.24 1661.67 Profit Before Tax 69.05 -28.49 67.00 58.17 Tax 17.18 5.02 14.55 12.98 Profit After Tax 51.87 -33.51 52.45 45.19 EPS 1.09 -.67 1.10 0.95 QUARTERLY RESULTS