For the quarter ended June 30, 2018, EML recorded its highest ever total revenue from operations at Rs 2,548 crores, highest ever EBITDA at Rs 810 crores and Net Profit After Tax at Rs 576 crores
New Delhi, August 09, 2018: Eicher Motors Limited (EML) today announced its unaudited consolidated financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2018.
In the quarter ended June 2018, Royal Enfield posted its
Commenting on Royal Enfield’s performance, Siddhartha Lal Managing Director and CEO Eicher Motors Ltd said, “We continue to make significant progress on all the targets that we have set for ourselves and are happy to report strong financials quarter on quarter. The Twin motorcycles are ready for the first global media ride planned for the last week of September in California; wherein close to top 100 journalists from across the world are expected to participate. We will begin bookings in a phased manner for these motorcycles starting from the third quarter of this financial year, across geographies. To better cater to demand, we have commenced work on Phase II of our Vallam Vadagal manufacturing facility and should begin production there by mid of FY2020. Towards enhancing our design, engineering and product development capabilities, our Chennai Technology Centre is on track and we plan to complete the installation of all testing and validation equipment by October 2018”
In May 2018, Royal Enfield launched the limited edition Classic 500 Pegasus, inspired by the Royal Enfield RE/WD 125 ‘Flying Flea’, the legendary lightweight World War 2 motorcycle, and paying homage to Royal Enfield’s military heritage. With only 1000 motorcycles available globally, and 250 of them in India, the Classic 500 Pegasus, was a unique opportunity to own a piece of motorcycling history. These motorcycles were sold exclusively through the Royal Enfield website in India, wherein all 250 units were sold out in just 178 seconds of bookings opening online.
In this Quarter, Royal Enfield flagged off the 15th edition of the Himalayan Odyssey from India Gate, New Delhi on July 7, 2018. Considered the holy grail of motorcycle rides across the world, the Himalayan Odyssey witnessed a participation of 60 motorcyclists this year, including 10 women riders. On this epic ride, participants traversed some of the toughest terrains and highest mountain passes in the world, covering a distance of over 2200 kilometres across 18 days on their Royal Enfield motorcycles.
In the CV segment, Eicher’s joint-venture with Sweden’s AB Volvo VE Commercial Vehicles (VECV) continued to perform well, in-line with the CV industry. VECV’s Revenue from operations rose by 45% to Rs 2609 crores from 1803 crores in the same period last year; PAT rose by 78% to Rs 118 crores from 67 crores last year. VECV recorded a
VECV sold 16,327 trucks and buses in the quarter, growing 41% over the same period last year. The growth in the CV industry is likely to continue due to a variety of factors including infrastructure development, growth in the manufacturing sector post GSTand strong replacement demand. In the quarter, VECV launched the Pro 6049 and Pro 6041, which will continue to modernize the heavy duty segment in the 49 tonne and 41 tonne segments. We are also adding more variants powered by CNG in the light and medium duty segments, to cater to last mile connectivity.
Commenting on VE Commercial Vehicles (VECV)’s performance Siddhartha said, “We are working to strengthen our market share across segments over the forthcoming quarters. By leveraging new technologies and new products, by strengthening marketing activities and supply chain for faster availability of service and spares, VECV is truly gearing up for growth in the coming months.”
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