Market Research Report : Warehousing market in India 2012

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Growth in organized retail and increasing manufacturing activities in India are the key demand generators for warehousing space in India. Presence of extremely affordable and desirable e-Commerce options is also driving the warehousing demand. Further, the growth in international trade is providing huge impetus to the growth in warehousing market. Rising containerized cargo traffic which leads to the growth in CFSs and ICDs adds on to the growth in warehousing sector. Rising income and consumption levels along with increased demand from farmers will further fuel growth of warehouses in India.

The report begins with an introduction section, projecting the evolution of Warehousing Market in India. It then shows the position of warehousing in the logistics market followed by the value chain of the warehousing market. Subsequently, the roles, activities and integration of warehousing market in India has been pointed out.

Market overview section provides a brief snapshot of the Warehousing Market. To begin with, it shows the structure & share of different segments of warehousing market in India. Then it highlights warehousing market share in total logistics cost followed by the share of warehousing segments – by space & value. This section then projects the market size of the warehousing market in India, demonstrating the forecasted growth over the period 2010 - 2016. The section also includes warehousing demand from major sectors in India over the period 2010 - 2013. A comparison in the agri-warehousing capacity expansion over the period 2000 – 2010 has also been shown. Further, the current state of market and state of infrastructure and resources has been discussed. A comparative analysis of the warehousing market in India, China and USA has been shown in this section.

Warehouse Classification section deals with the different types of warehouses based on ownership & usage.

Business Models section deals with the two primary business models based on operator’s preferences. It also shows the shift towards owned warehousing model. Further, the benefits of warehouses are also pointed out in this section.

Establishment Criteria section includes key requirements for building warehouses, major buying criteria, and critical success factors in the warehousing market. Further the factors influencing warehouse locations are pointed out followed by showing the location preference for warehousing and major warehouse hubs in India. Different types of hubs are then classified showing the warehousing attractiveness in Indian cities.

Drivers & challenges section in the report provides a comprehensive set of factors which boosts and hinders the growth in the market. An analysis of the section brings forth the key drivers fueling growth in the market including rapid growth in organized retail & major industry segments, growth in e-commerce, grow

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Market Research Report : Warehousing market in India 2012

  1. 1. Insert Cover Image using Slide Master View Do not distortWarehousing Market – IndiaSeptember 2012
  2. 2. Executive Summary  Warehousing market in India is expected to grow at about xx% reaching ~ INR xx bn by 20‐‐  Warehousing demand in India from eight major industry segments is expected to grow at xx% CAGR from  Market ~xx mn sq. ft. in 20‐‐ to ~xx mn sq. ft. in 20‐‐  Warehousing Market in India: Unorganized – xx% and Organized – xx%  Warehousing  Space Segments: Agri‐warehousing – xx% and Industrial Warehousing – xx% Drivers Challenges – Rapid Growth in Organized Retail & Major  – Strategic challenges    Industry Segments – Operational challenges LE Drivers &  – Growth in E‐commerce – Growth in International Trade P Challenges – Growth in Containerization M – Rising Domestic Consumption A – Increased Demand from Farmers Government  Initiatives • Warehousing Act S • National Policy on Handling, Storage and Transportation • Shift to GST tax regime • Government Warehousing Agencies • Consolidation in the Warehousing Market • Private Investment in Logistics Parks and FTWZs • Infrastructural Developments • Development of the Dedicated Freight Corridor • Way Forward ‐ Planning Commission  • Real Estate Companies Foray into Warehousing Trends • Changing Tax Policy Boosting Warehouse Outsourcing • PE Activity in Warehousing Market • Emergence of 3PLs in Logistics Services • Adoption of New Technologies Major Players Company A Company B Company CCompetition Company D Company E Company F Company G Company H  Company I WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 2
  3. 3. •Introduction•Market Overview•Warehouse Classification   •Business Models•Establishment Criteria P LE S M•Drivers & Challenges A•Government Initiative•Warehousing Opportunities in India  Opportunities in Rural Areas•Trends•Competition•Strategic Recommendation•Appendix  WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 3
  4. 4. SAMPLE Evolution of Warehousing – India 2005‐2011 Late 1990s‐Early 2000 • xx • xx 1990s • xx WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 4
  5. 5. Warehouses constitutes space for temporary storage for raw  SAMPLE materials and finished goods for onward transport to customers Role • xx Core Non‐core or value added services Activities • xx • xx • xx Integration • xx WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 5
  6. 6. Warehousing Market in India – Structure & Share Organized Unorganized •xx xx% •xx xx% SAMPLE  Warehousing  Market in India EXIM xx% Domestic xx%Note: % Share corresponds to current warehousing space  WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 6
  7. 7. Warehousing Market in India is poised to grow owing to  meet up the demand‐supply gap Warehousing Market ‐ Overview Warehousing Market Share in Logistics (2010)• Warehousing in India which accounts for approximately  Warehousing Other Logistic Segments xx% of total logistics costs primarily has 2 segments: x1%  Agri‐warehousing  Industrial warehousing• Agri‐warehousing capacity is expected to grow at xx%  LE   P CAGR to xx MMT by 20‐‐ driven by growth in the   agricultural sector  and  deficit in space  M x2% A  Agri‐ warehousing market was estimated at about INR xx bn in  S 20‐‐• India can store xx mn tonnes out of xx mn tonnes of food  Warehousing Segments – By Space & Value produce that comes for sale, having a gap of xx mn  tonnes which is likely to widen to xx mn tonnes by 20‐‐ Space Value  This indicates the need for construction of 3,500 warehouses  z1% each holding 10,000 tonnes over next five years y1%• Competitive landscape is dominated by state‐owned  companies such as Food Corporation of India (FCI),  y2% Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC) and 17 State  z2% Warehousing Corporations (SWCs) although private  participation is also growing significantly Agri‐warehousing Industrial WarehousingNote: Agricultural warehousing does not include temperature controlled warehousing; Industrial Warehousing includes liquid / gas warehousing WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 7
  8. 8. Industrial Warehousing Market in India will grow faster than  Agri‐warehousing over 20‐‐ ‐ 20‐‐ Warehousing Market – Market Size INR bn 1,000 a7 xx% a6 800 a5   600 a4 LE a3 a1 a2 400 200 0 MP Agricultural Warehousing Market  INR bn 20‐‐ S A 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ INR bn 20‐‐ 20‐‐ Industrial Warehousing Market 80 xx% b7 1,000 b6 c7 b5 xx% 60 b3 b4 800 c6 b1 b2 c5 600 c4 40 c3 400 c1 c2 20 200 0 0 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐Note: Market size do not include temperature controlled warehousing WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 8
  9. 9. Demand for warehousing is expected to grow at xx% CAGR  from ~xx mn sq. ft. in 20‐‐ to ~xx mn sq. ft. in 20‐‐ Warehousing Demand in India 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐e 20‐‐e a3% b3% c3% c2% d3% a2% b2% d2% a4% b4% c4% d4% a5% a6% a1% b5% b6% b1% c5% LE   c1% d5% d1% P a7% b7% c7% d7% c8% M a8% b8% c6% d6% d8% Sector A Sector E Sector B Sector F S A Warehousing Demand from Major Sectors Sector C Sector G Sector D Sector H Demand for  warehousing will be  mn sq ft. higher from Engg xx% goods and IT,  600 x3 x3 Electronics & Telecom  x1 x2 sectors than Food  400 sector validating that  the industrial  200 warehousing will  0 grow at higher rate  20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐Note: Warehousing demand excludes CFS warehousing space, warehousing space within factories and public agriculture warehouses WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 9
  10. 10. Share of private participation in agri‐warehousing has increased over the last decadeAgri‐warehousing Capacity Expansion (2000 – 2010) 20‐‐ 20‐‐ y3% x1% x2% y2% LE   z3% z1% MP y4% A x3% y1% S z2% x4% Agency A Player A Player C Player B Player D Agency B Agency C Traditionally public sector had the major share in agri‐warehousing due to its capital  intensive nature and high uncertainty over revenue generation, however, private  participation has now picked up owing to the available capital subsidy    WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 10
  11. 11. Classification of Warehouses based on Ownership & Usage (1/2) SAMPLE  Private • xx Type Public • xx Bonded • xx WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 11
  12. 12. Two Primary Business Models based on Operator’s Preferences SAMPLE  Built‐to‐suit  • xx (BTS) xx Direct land  Model A • xx purchase Partnership   xx with land  • xx developer Built‐to‐suit  xx  xx (BTS) Model B Long‐term  xx  xx Land Lease WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 12
  13. 13. SAMPLE Key Requirements for building Warehouses Right Location The location should  be logistical Requirements Operation Design Warehouses should be Warehouses should be  linked to IT systems  built as per well  and metrics defined norms WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 13
  14. 14. Major Buying Criteria SAMPLE  Criteria 1 Criteria 7 Criteria 2 Major Buying  Criteria Criteria 6 Criteria 3 Criteria 5 Criteria 4 WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 14
  15. 15. Critical Success Factors SAMPLE  Factor 1 Critical  Factor 4 Success  Factor 2 Factors Factor 3 In future, when warehousing industry will be more organized and technology will be extensively used  In future, when warehousing industry will be more organized and technology will be extensively used  in operations, the availability and costs of trained labor would gain in importance in operations, the availability and costs of trained labor would gain in importance WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 15
  16. 16. Location Preference for Warehousing (1/2) City 22 City  21High City 20 City 16 City 19 City 9 City 10Connectivity   City 17 LE City  8 City 11 City  15 City 18 P City 7 City 12 While city x, city y  M and city z are most  A attractive locations,  S City 6 most of the other  City 13 preferred locations  City 5 lie in major western  City 2 City  14 and southern citiesLow City 3 City 4 City 1 Low Total Cargo Traffic High Competitive Intensity Low Medium High WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 16
  17. 17. SAMPLE Major Warehouse Hubs in India Legend Cities  Western and Southern India  comprises of the most of the  cities having warehouses Note: The list is not exhaustive WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 17
  18. 18. Drivers & Challenges Drivers Rapid Growth in Organized Retail &  LE   P Major Industry Segments Challenges Growth in E‐commerce Growth in International Trade S A M Strategic challenges Operational challenges Growth in Containerization Rising Domestic Consumption Increased Demand from Farmers  WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 18
  19. 19. With the growth in organized retail and manufacturing sectors, the need for warehousing is increasing in IndiaRapid Growth in Organized Retail & Major Industry Segments (1/2) Impact•Finding 1  Sub‐finding 1  Sub‐finding 2•Finding 2 LE    Sub‐finding 1  Sub‐finding 2 MP  Sub‐finding 3•Finding 3  Sub‐finding 1 S A Growth in Organized Retail Growth in Food Retail Sector INR tn INR tn 15 a2 10 xx% xx% b2 10 5 b1 5 a1 0 0 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 19
  20. 20. Presence of extremely affordable and desirable E‐Commerce options is driving the warehousing demandGrowth in E‐commerce Impact• Finding 1• Finding 2• Finding 3 LE  • Finding 4:  Sub‐finding 1 MP A  Sub‐finding 2• Finding 5 S E‐Commerce Market Growth ‐ India E‐Commerce Market Share (20‐‐) INR bn x4% Online Travel3,000 xx% a6 x2% x3% e‐tailing2,000 a5 x5% a4 Online Financial Services1,000 a2 a3 a1 Online Other Services 0 x1% Online Digital Downloads 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 20
  21. 21. Growth in international trade provides huge impetus to the growth in warehousing marketGrowth in International Trade Impact• Finding 1• Finding 2  Sub‐finding 1  Sub‐finding 2  • Finding 3 LE  Sub‐finding 1 P  Sub‐finding 2• Finding 4• Finding 5• Finding 6 S A M India’s Total Export India’s Total Import INR bn Government of India  INR bn plans to double India’s 15,000 20,000 xx% xx% exports of goods and  b4 a4 services of by 20‐‐ ‐ ‐‐ 15,000 b2 b310,000 a2 a3 b1 a1 10,000 5,000 Imports into India are  also expected to grow  5,000 further, particularly of  0 0 oil and capital good 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 21
  22. 22. Rising containerized cargo  traffic has led to the growth in CFSs and ICDs Growth in Containerization (1/2) Impact • Finding 1  Sub‐finding 1  Sub‐finding 2 • Finding 2  Sub‐finding 1  Sub‐finding 2 LE   • Finding  3:  Sub‐finding 1 MP A  Sub‐finding 2 S  Sub‐finding 3  Sub‐finding 4 Growth in Overall Containerized Cargo ‘000 Tonnes150,000 xx% a9 a10100,000 a8 a7 a5 a6 a3 a4 50,000 a1 a2 0 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 22
  23. 23. Rising income and consumption levels will boost the need for better warehousing in IndiaRising Domestic Consumption Impact• Finding 1• Finding 2• Finding 3  Sub‐finding 1• Finding 4  Sub‐finding 2  Sub‐finding 3 LE   MP Aggregate Consumption (INR tr) S A Aggregate Disposable Income (INR tr) x1 x2 x3 y1 y2 y3100% a5% b5% Household Income Brackets 100% d5% a4% c5% d4% e5% f5%80% a3% b4% (INR ‘000)  80% d3% e4% b3% c4% Globals >1000 f4%60% 60% e3% a2% Strivers 500‐1000 d2%40% c3% 40% f3% b2% Seekers 200‐500 e2%20% 20% a1% c2% c1% Aspirers 90‐200 d1% f2% f1% 0% b1% 0% e1% Deprived <90 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 23
  24. 24. Strategic Challenges (4/7)Highly Unorganized and Fragmented Market (1/2) Impact•Finding 1•Finding 2  Sub‐finding 1  Sub‐finding 2 LE  •Finding 3  Sub‐finding 3 MP S A Inventory in the system (No. of days) Market Share of Unorganized Players 40 x2% x 30 y z Players A 20 Players B 10 0 x1% Country A Country B Country C WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 24
  25. 25. Strategic Challenges (6/7)Lack of Power Supply & Increasing Cost Impact•Finding 1•Finding 2  Sub‐finding •Finding 3  Sub‐finding  LE  •Finding 4 MP  Sub‐finding 1  Sub‐finding 2 Future Power Demand‐Supply Scenario S A Demand Supply Gap ~ 17% Peak Average Energy Demand Base Energy (BU) Generation x5 x6 1,000 x1 x2 x3 b5% b6% x4 b1% b2% b3% 500 b4% a5% a6% a1% a2% a3% a4% 0Demand Supply Demand Supply Demand Supply VI VII VIII IX X 2007 20‐‐e 20‐‐e WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 25
  26. 26. Government has taken strong initiatives and implemented  SAMPLE various policies for the development of warehousing sector National Policy on Handling, Storage and Transportation •xx Shift to GST tax regime • xx Warehousing Act Key  • xx Initiatives Private Investment in Logistics Parks and FTWZs • xx Infrastructural Developments • xx Development of the Dedicated Freight Corridor • xx WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 26
  27. 27. Number of Centers & Storage Capacities (Constructed &  Hired) Available with the State Warehousing Corporations Sl. No. Name of SWCs No. of Centers Capacity in Lakh MT Total Occupancy Owned Hired Pinth Actual in MT % 1 State 1 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 2 State 2 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 3 State 3 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐   4 State 4 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ LE 5 State 5 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ P 6 State 6 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ M 7 State 7 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ A 8 State 8 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 9 10 11 12 State 9 State 10 State 11 State 12 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ S ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 13 State 13 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 14 State 14 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 15 State 15 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 16 State 16 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 17 State 17 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ Total ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐Note: The list is as on 31st Mar, 2011 WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 27
  28. 28. Opportunities for Warehousing in India (2/4) Growth of  Pharmaceutical Market P LE  Growth of  Automobile Sector INR bn2,5002,000 x1% a2 SA M INR tn 8 x2% b2 61,500 4 b11,000 a1 Growth  500 2 0 in  0 20‐‐ 20‐‐ the  20‐‐ 20‐‐ Growth in FMCG Sector Major  Growth in Agriculture Sector Industry  INR tr Segments x4% MMT 4 c4 d3 d5 x3% 60 d2 d4 3 c3 40 d1 2 c2 c1 1 20 0 0 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 28
  29. 29. Opportunities for Warehousing in India (3/4)Demand for Warehousing• Finding 1  Sub‐finding 1  Sub‐finding 2• Finding 2  Sub‐finding 3 LE   MP 70 x% S a4 ADemand for Warehousing from Engineering Goods mn sq ft Demand for Warehousing from IT, Electronics & Telecom  mn sq ft 80 y% a3 b4 a2 b3 60 b2 a1 b1 50 60 40 40 30 20 20 10 0 0 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ 20‐‐ WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 29
  30. 30. Opportunities for Warehousing in India (4/4) SAMPLE Major Demand Generators for Warehousing – City Wise Mapping Industries Cities  Industry A Industry B Industry C Industry D Industry E Industry FCity A    City B   City C    City D   City E    City F    City G    City H    Retail goods contribute a significant share of the warehousing demand at all the primary hubs owing to their large  demographics and consumption WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 30
  31. 31. Opportunities in Rural Areas ‐ Farmer’s Benefits from Warehouses 1 2 3 xx xx xx LE   M P 6 S A 5 4 xx xx xx WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 31
  32. 32. Key Trends ‐ Summary LE   MP S A Consolidation in the  Warehousing Market Changing Tax Policy  Adoption of New  Boosting Warehouse  Technologies Outsourcing Trends PE Activity in  Emergence of 3PLs in  Warehousing Market Logistics Services Real Estate  Companies Foray into  Warehousing WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 32
  33. 33. Foreign players have become interested in the Indian market due to initiatives taken by government  Changing Tax Policy Boosting Warehouse Outsourcing State of logistics outsourcing Outsourced activities• Finding 1 Activity A a1%• Survey: Activity B a2%    Sub‐finding 1 LE  Sub‐finding 2 Activity C a3% P• Finding 2: Activity D a4%  Sub‐finding 1  Sub‐finding 2 S A M Activity E Activity F Activity G a5% a6% a7% Activity H a8% Activity I a9% Activity J a10% Respondents: 130 companies in 15 industries Source: Centre for Supply Chain Management, MDI, Gurgaon, India Growth in logistics outsourcing will provide an impetus to the organized sector and 3PL operators,  Growth in logistics outsourcing will provide an impetus to the organized sector and 3PL operators,  which currently account for less than 10% of Indian logistics which currently account for less than 10% of Indian logistics WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 33
  34. 34. Major Public Companies ‐ SummaryNet Profit/Loss2,800 Size of the Bubble represents Market Capitalization in INR mn2,6002,400 m12,2002,0001,800 LE  1,6001,400 MP1,2001,000 800 m2 S A 600 m4 400 200 m3 0 10,000 12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000 20,000 22,000 24,000 26,000 28,000 30,000 32,000 34,000 36,000 38,000 Total income Company A Company B Company C Company D Note: All figures are in INR mn and are based on the latest financials available WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 34
  35. 35. Public: Domestic Company – Company A (1/3)Company Information Offices and Centres – India Corporate AddressTel No.Fax No.WebsiteYear of Incorporation LE  Ticker Symbol MP AStock Exchange Mumbai Head OfficeProducts and ServicesCategoryLogistics solutions  Products/Services S Key People Name Designation WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 35
  36. 36. Public: Domestic Company – Company A (2/3)Financial Snapshot Key Ratios y‐o‐y change  Total Income Net Profit/Loss INR mn Particulars  2012 2011 2010 2009 INR mn (2012‐11) E  35858.4 Profitability Ratios40000 34381.0 3000 PL 28803.1 Operating Margin ‐0.19 8.78% 8.97% 7.61% 8.01%30000 Net Margin 0.06 6.54% 6.48% 5.76% 6.24% 20836.4 2000 AM20000 Profit Before Tax Margin ‐0.15 8.44% 8.58% 7.77% 8.13% 1000 S Return on Equity 0.48 15.42% 14.94% 13.74% 13.07%10000 Return on Capital Employed 1.52 14.71% 13.18% 13.53% 13.95% 0 0 Return on Working Capital ‐11023.91 ‐ 50.35% 46.22% 36.95% 10973.56% 2009 2010 2011 2012 Return on Assets 0.32 8.27% 7.95% 8.07% 8.62%Financial Summary  Return on Fixed Assets 4.55 16.76% 12.20% 19.68% 23.75% Cost Ratios• The company earned a net profit of INR xx mn in FY 20‐‐, as  Operating costs (% of Sales) 0.19 91.11% 90.92% 92.34% 91.90% compared to net profit of INR xx mn in FY 20‐‐ Administration costs (% of  17.24 17.24% 0.00% 6.07% 8.64%• The company reported total income of INR xx mn in FY 20‐‐,  Sales) registering an increase of xx% over FY 20‐‐ Interest costs (% of Sales) 0.03 1.65% 1.62% 0.68% 1.12%• The company earned an operating margin of xx% in FY 20‐‐, a  Liquidity Ratios decrease of xx percentage points over FY ‐‐ Current Ratio ‐48.94% 1.00 1.95 1.82 2.13 Cash Ratio ‐43.37% 0.26 0.47 0.63 0.83• The company reported debt to equity ratio of xx in FY 20‐‐, a  Leverage Ratios decrease of xx% over FY ‐‐ Debt to Equity Ratio ‐1.63% 0.86 0.88 0.70 0.52Key Financial Performance Indicators Debt to Capital Ratio ‐20.15% 0.27 0.34 0.24 0.17 Interest Coverage Ratio ‐3.90% 5.39 5.61 11.27 7.20 Indicators Value (22/06/2012) Efficiency RatiosMarket Capitalization (INR mn) xx Fixed Asset Turnover 35.97% 2.53 1.86 3.39 3.77Total Enterprise Value (INR mn) xx Asset Turnover 3.01% 1.25 1.21 1.39 1.37 Current Asset Turnover 36.26% 5.10 3.74 3.59 3.11EPS (INR) xx Working Capital Turnover ‐21677.73% ‐1655.74 7.67 7.97 5.86PE Ratio (Absolute)‐25th Jun, 2012 xx Capital Employed Turnover 2.23% 2.33 2.28 2.37 2.07 Note: FYC 2012 Improved Decline WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 36
  37. 37. Public: Domestic Company – Company A (3/3)Key Business Segments Key Geographic Segments Container Freight Stations Australia & New Zealand Mediterranean Far East Europe Project & Engineering Solutions Africa America India Multimodal Transport Operations INR mn INR mn 2% 2% 2%100% 6% 7% 7% 100% 2% 10% 10% 16% 6% 2%   16% 18% 5% 19% 4% LE50% 94% 83% 83% 50% 28% 27% 15% 29% 15% P 30% 31% 29% 0% 0% M 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010Business HighlightsDescription Overview News S AICD/CFS FacilitiesRankAcquisitions WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 37
  38. 38. Major Private Companies ‐ SummaryNet Profit/Loss 600 500 Size of the Bubble represents Total Assets  in INR mn 400 t3   300 LE 200 t2 P 100 M 0 t4 A ‐100 ‐200 ‐300 ‐400 ‐500 t1 S ‐600 ‐700 ‐800 Total income 1,150 1,200 1,250 1,300 1,350 1,400 1,450 1,500 1,550 1,600 1,650 1,700 1,750 1,800 1,850 1,900 1,950 2,000 Company A Company B Company C Company D Note: All figures are in INR mn and are based on the latest financials available WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 38
  39. 39. Private: Domestic Company – Company B (1/3)Company Information Offices and Centres – India Corporate Address Gurgaon  Tel No. LEFax No.WebsiteYear of Incorporation MP A Head OfficeProducts and ServicesCategoryIntegrated logistics  Products/Services S Key Peoplesolutions  Name Designation WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 39
  40. 40. Private: Domestic Company ‐ Company B (2/3)Financial Snapshot Key Ratios y‐o‐y change  Total Income Net Profit/Loss Particulars  (2011‐10) 2011 2010 2009 2008   INR mn INR mn Profitability Ratios LE Operating Margin 11.33 158.76% 147.43% 85.78% 85.47%1500 1376.6 0 Net Margin 2.84 ‐39.51% ‐42.35% ‐34.24% ‐12.04% 1169.3 P Profit Before Tax Margin 14.83 ‐3.54% ‐18.36% ‐33.73% ‐13.47%1000 ‐200 Return on Equity ‐1.56 ‐17.44% ‐15.88% ‐13.03% ‐2.17% M 559.6 Return on Capital Employed 6.47 32.09% 25.62% 10.24% 8.61% SA Return on Working Capital ‐9.23 ‐47.77% ‐38.55% ‐14.12% ‐32.91%500 ‐400 222.9 Return on Assets ‐0.61 ‐7.75% ‐7.14% ‐3.95% ‐1.20% Return on Fixed Assets ‐0.73 ‐11.84% ‐11.11% ‐19.23% ‐544.86% 0 ‐600 Cost Ratios 2008 2009 2010 2011 Operating costs (% of Sales) ‐3.12 ‐84.18% ‐81.06% 13.85% 14.36% Administration costs (% of  ‐0.29 4.97% 5.27% 5.22% 1.90% Sales)Financial Summary  Interest costs (% of Sales) ‐24.46 8.02% 32.48% 0.00% 0.00%• The company incurred a net loss of INR xx mn in FY 20‐‐, as  Liquidity Ratios Current Ratio ‐10.05% 6.57 7.31 9.15 3.87 compared to net loss of INR xx mn in FY 20‐‐ Cash Ratio 3.39% 6.02 5.82 8.58 2.69• The company reported total income of INR xxmn in FY 20‐‐,  Leverage Ratios registering an increase of xx% over FY 20‐‐ Debt to Equity Ratio 4.88% 1.25 1.19 2.31 0.81 Debt to Capital Ratio 2.17% 0.56 0.54 0.70 0.45• The company earned an operating margin of xx% in FY 20‐‐, an  Interest Coverage Ratio 311.83% 22.96 5.57 N.A. N.A. increase of xx percentage points over FY 20‐‐ Efficiency Ratios• The company reported debt to equity ratio of xx in FY 20‐‐, an  Fixed Asset Turnover 20.93% 0.26 0.21 0.56 45.17 Asset Turnover 23.15% 0.17 0.14 0.11 0.10 increase of xx% over FY 20‐‐ Current Asset Turnover 38.14% 0.88 0.64 0.37 2.02 Working Capital Turnover 40.63% 1.04 0.74 0.41 2.73 Capital Employed Turnover 24.62% 0.38 0.31 0.38 0.18 Improved Decline WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 40
  41. 41. Private: Domestic Company ‐ Company B (3/3)Business HighlightsDescription  NewsOverviewICD FacilitiesInvestment PlansProjects LE   MP SA WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 41
  42. 42. SAMPLE Strategic Recommendation (1/5) Opportunities for Warehousing  in Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh • xx WAREHOUSING MARKET IN INDIA 2012.PPT 42
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