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AIA Engineering Ltd

Updated on July 13, 2019

Stock/Share Code - AIAENG

AIA Engineering is primarily involved in the manufacturing of High Chrome Mill Internals.

Below is the details of AIAENG AIA Engineering Ltd

Market Cap₹16,865 Cr.
Current Price ₹1,755.2 as on 19 Jul 19
52 Week High / Low Price₹2,026 / ₹1,423.05
Face Value₹2
Stock P/E40.66
Book Value₹336.8
Dividend Yield0.45 %
ROCE20.51 %
ROE16.39 %
Sales Growth (3yrs)0.89 %
SectorCastings, Forgings & Fastners
IndustryCastings & Forgings
Listed onBSE  AND  NSE
Company WebsiteCompany Website
Pros: Company is virtually debt free. Company is expected to give good quarter Company has been maintaining a healthy dividend payout of 20.57%
Cons: Promoter's stake has decreased The company has delivered a poor growth of 6.28% over past five years.

AIA Engineering Ltd Price Chart

AIA Engineering Ltd Price Chart

AIA Engineering Ltd Peer Comparison in Castings, Forgings & Fastners

S.No. Name CMP Rs. P/E Mar Cap Rs.Cr. Div Yld % NP Qtr Rs.Cr. Qtr Profit Var % Qtr Sales Var % Sales Qtr Rs.Cr. ROCE %
1. Bharat Forge ₹437.2 20.31 ₹21,759.28 Cr. 0.96 ₹299.51 Cr. 85.25 13.77 1668.60 19.45
2. AIA Engg. 40.66 ₹16,864.61 Cr. 0.45 ₹98.06 Cr. -54.46 9.81 740.06 20.51
3. AIA Engg. 32.99 ₹16,864.61 Cr. 0.45 ₹155.89 Cr. 2.73 19.27 887.22 19.58
4. Mahindra CIE ₹571.3 18.73 ₹9,288.38 Cr. 0.00 ₹152.42 Cr. 2174.39 13.86
5. Ramkrishna Forg. ₹480.15 13.69 ₹1,633.09 Cr. 0.20 ₹24.93 Cr. -27.36 0.72 443.27 13.71
6. M M Forgings ₹418.7 15.94 ₹1,256.65 Cr. 0.96 ₹16.19 Cr. 243.15 20.69
7. Electrost.Cast. ₹14.85 5.96 ₹742.03 Cr. 1.44 Cr. 6.41
8. Nelcast ₹42.9 14.10 ₹542.02 Cr. 1.61 ₹6.3 Cr. -38.66 -18.12 174.33 13.60

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AIA Engineering Ltd Fundamentals

Quarterly Results

Quarterly reports are issued by companies every three months. Most companies have a financial year-end of Mar. 31 and quarters that end on June 30, Sept. 30, Dec. 31 and March 31.

Standalone Figures in Rs. Crores

Jun 2016Sep 2016Dec 2016Mar 2017Jun 2017Sep 2017Dec 2017Mar 2018Jun 2018Sep 2018Dec 2018Mar 2019
Sales446491512625475497504674684718696740
YOY Sales Growth %-5.42%3.37%7.97%42.79%6.56%1.16%-1.66%7.87%43.76%44.35%38.21%9.81%
Expenses327376380428363418399505527575562603
Material Cost %38.2%42.35%41.61%40.4%41.78%50.24%46.79%46.92%48.15%49.34%48.06%50.49%
Employee Cost %4.18%3.83%3.73%3.32%4.1%4.08%4.07%3.23%3.26%3.11%3.26%3.19%
Operating Profit11911513319611279105169157143134137
OPM %27%23%26%31%24%16%21%25%23%20%19%19%
Other Income2525236217592811318433322
Interest111112132222
Depreciation171717211716181416182122
Profit before tax125122138236111122114265157166144135
Tax %37%45%40%21%35%25%21%19%33%35%29%27%
Net Profit79678318772929021510510910398
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Profit & Loss

The profit and loss (P&L) statement is a financial statement that summarizes the revenues, costs and expenses incurred during a specified period, usually a fiscal quarter or year. The P&L statement is synonymous with the income statement. These records provide information about a company's ability or inability to generate profit" by increasing revenue, reducing costs or both. Some refer to the P&L statement as a statement of profit and loss, income statement, statement of operations, statement of financial results or income, earnings statement or expense statement.

Standalone Figures in Rs. Crores

Mar 2007Mar 2008Mar 2009Mar 2010Mar 2011Mar 2012Mar 2013Mar 2014Mar 2015Mar 2016Mar 2017Mar 2018TTM
Sales3995939228039851,2721,5861,7832,0941,8202,0662,1502,838
Sales Growth %32.43%48.44%55.51%-12.82%22.64%29.14%24.62%12.42%17.46%-13.09%13.52%4.1%%
Expenses3104617216247901,0351,3241,3341,5831,3041,5061,6842,267
Material Cost %46.34%45.34%47.15%37.8%45.54%47.65%47.3%43.87%44.51%39.38%41.37%46.52%%
Manufacturing Cost %22.19%23.94%21.67%24.81%25.01%24.62%24.51%21.07%22.54%24.56%23.85%23.5%%
Employee Cost %2.68%2.57%2.79%3.49%3.46%3.28%3.27%3.18%3.16%3.87%3.74%3.82%%
Other Cost %6.49%5.89%6.59%11.68%6.15%5.76%8.42%6.73%5.41%3.88%3.95%4.47%%
Operating Profit89132201179196238262449511516560467571
OPM %22%22%22%22%20%19%17%25%24%28%27%22%20%
Other Income1228232816121910137358139217116
Interest1122146756687
Depreciation381619212531366864716478
Profit before tax97151206186189220245416575804621611602
Tax %31%28%35%34%31%31%31%31%28%23%33%23%
Net Profit67108133123130151169285415616417470415
EPS in Rs7.0011.3913.7712.5813.2715.5217.2529.2042.3360.4443.5548.43
Dividend Payout %10%7%18%19%22%19%22%20%18%28%18%16%

Compounded Sales Growth

  • 10 Years:: 13.76%
  • 5 Years:: 6.28%
  • 3 Years:: 0.89%
  • TTM:: 31.96%

Compounded Profit Growth

  • 10 Years:: 14.65%
  • 5 Years:: 20.52%
  • 3 Years:: 1.16%
  • TTM:: -11.72%

Return on Equity

  • 10 Years:: 20.79%
  • 5 Years:: 22.16%
  • 3 Years:: 20.41%
  • Last Year:: 16.39%

Balance Sheet

A balance sheet is a financial statement that reports a company's assets, liabilities and shareholders' equity at a specific point in time, and provides a basis for computing rates of return and evaluating its capital structure. It is a financial statement that provides a snapshot of what a company owns and owes, as well as the amount invested by shareholders. It is used alongside other important financial statements such as the income statement and statement of cash flows in conducting fundamental analysis or calculating financial ratios.

Standalone Figures in Rs. Crores

Mar 2007Mar 2008Mar 2009Mar 2010Mar 2011Mar 2012Mar 2013Mar 2014Mar 2015Mar 2016Mar 2017Mar 2018Mar 2019
Share Capital19191919191919191919191919
Equity Capital18.818.818.818.8618.8618.8618.8618.8618.8618.8618.8618.8618.86
Reserves4075066307258229401,0651,2931,6332,0322,4032,7413,157
Borrowings0037222714711790170140118127
Other Liabilities130181283353134157200263283205277328306
Trade Payables30.1432.0843.8657.8160.2572.6785.9119.68112.8795.68116.77122.19151.66
Total Liabilities5557069691,0989771,1431,4311,6922,0252,4262,8393,2063,609
Fixed Assets47146201205242316339367530652650651822
Gross Block64.53171.29256.86278.87336.97434.36488.13554.13786.26963.01782.73844.76
Accumulated Depreciation17.3425.4855.3973.9594.56118.84148.85187.35255.82311.05132.9193.58
CWIP60307101318311004638429560
Investments164116561561651271925166169239411,0471,094
Other Assets2844157057275556828687098328131,2061,4131,633
Inventories53.0793.4677.0599.63131.85162.1209.64219.4226.43208.42299.11344.96457.72
Trade receivables105.15138.72154.13183.92243.21297.16233.52221.36226.38401.26661.01702.99900.75
Cash Equivalents24.6513.57219.19125.6584.0977.81208.5882.99123.8934.9523.33112.227
Loans n Advances101.37169.05254.83317.988.64127.17205.67169.7217.9156.53157.34170.527.74
Total Assets5557069691,0989771,1431,4311,6922,0252,4262,8393,2063,609

Cash Flows

Cash flow is the net amount of cash and cash-equivalents being transferred into and out of a business. At the most fundamental level, a company’s ability to create value for shareholders is determined by its ability to generate positive cash flows, or more specifically, maximize long-term free cash flow.

Standalone Figures in Rs. Crores

Mar 2007Mar 2008Mar 2009Mar 2010Mar 2011Mar 2012Mar 2013Mar 2014Mar 2015Mar 2016Mar 2017Mar 2018
Cash from Operating Activity42615487365416538032533649240
Profit from operations91.7139.18208.94194.33194.29230.03266.96432.36558.23620.64583.56502.07
Working Capital Changes-25.1-90.329.37-51.73-98.27-121.45-35.5258.22-42.82-113.06-371.86-104.1
Taxes paid-24.91-43.2-64.29-55.74-60-55-66-111-190.71-172-162.38-157.85
Cash from Investing Activity-133-933-113-59-52-119-428-196-21215-64
Fixed Assets Purchased-90.88-71.54-37.06-26.1-63.05-104.2-68.09-132.99-181.12-178.52-79.44-135.27
Fixed Assets Sold001.630.240.8810.961.140.620.840.320.61
Investments purchased-49.840-41.38-108.31-137.91-41.94-125.93-468.97-238.06-513.7-1.12-118.82
Investments sold045.5294.768.24130.479.9761.46152.97144.74227.1255.6573.05
Cash from Financing Activity104-819-66-19-883-77-88-213-76-163
Proceeds from Shares122.5200000000000
Proceeds from Borrowings0034.950025.44120.3311.810107.8800
Repayment of Borrowings-13.730-0.03-35.48-0.09-0.13-0.13-41.62-27.54-27.6300
Interest Paid0-0.08-0.85-0.76-0.03-0.48-4.06-3.4-3.4-4.4700
Dividends Paid-5.07-7.7-15.39-29.79-18.69-32.85-32.87-44.11-56.96-288.6-44.28-132.92
Net Cash Flow13-11206-92-41-6130-12641-89-1213

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Ratios

Mar 2007Mar 2008Mar 2009Mar 2010Mar 2011Mar 2012Mar 2013Mar 2014Mar 2015Mar 2016Mar 2017Mar 2018
ROCE %29%32%34%26%24%25%22%33%36%38%23%21%
Debtor Days96856184908554453980117119
Inventory Turnover10.838.0910.819.098.518.668.538.319.398.378.146.68

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