Listing on the NSE is another significant milestone in our 3-decades-old corporate journey, Madan Mohan Singla, Managing Director said.
MUMBAI, June 12 (The CONNECT) - Steel tubes and pipes exporter JTL Industries Limited listed on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) as the company raises Rs. 384 crores preferential allotment of up to 1,28,08,350 fully convertible warrants of the face value of Rs. 2/- each. The amount of Rs. 98 crores out of Rs. 384 crores has already been received. The rest is expected to be received by September 2024.
JTL Industries Limited aims to increase its manufacturing capacity to 20 lakhs MTPA by FY27 from a total manufacturing capacity of 5.86 lakhs MTPA across four state-of-the-art facilities located in Punjab, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh. The Company serves industry sectors such as Construction & Building Materials, Core Infrastructure, Energy and Engineering, Heavy Vehicles, Agriculture, Water & Gas distribution, and Solar Projects.
Present on the occasion were: Madan Mohan Singla, Managing Director; Mithan Lal Singla, Non–Executive Director; Rakesh Garg, Executive Director; Pranav Singla, Executive Director; Dhruv Singla, Executive Director & CFO; Pavni Singla, Chief Strategy Officer along with marquee customers, investors, well-wishers and employees.
Madan Mohan Singla, Managing Director said, “Listing on the NSE is another significant milestone in our 3-decades-old corporate journey. JTL Industries continues to move forward on our mission to grow sustainably and enhance shareholder value through the continuous support of our stakeholders. We are aiming to increase its contribution of Value-Added products to over 50% of the total sales mix over the next 2 years. We plan to deploy DFT in our plants which will facilitate the production of various sizes of hollow sections without roll change, increasing efficiency and capacity utilization and adding additional SKUs.”
Pranav Singla, Executive Director said, “JTL commenced commercial production of 36,000 MTPA at its Mandi plant, Punjab. The expanded capacity is dedicated towards manufacturing value-added products. The amalgamation between JTL and Chetan Industries Limited has been completed. This will aid us to become a stronger and dominant player in India by increasing our market share and penetration. This will double the number of dealers and distributors. This will enhance our manufacturing capabilities by 1,00,000 MTPA out of which 50% will be focused on producing value-added products. Now, all 4 plants have galvanizing facilities, hence the value-added product mix will further keep increasing as a trend. This is in line with our future growth target of reaching 20 lakh MTPA capacity.”
Dhruv Singla, Executive Director & CFO said, “During Q4 FY23 and FY23, we at JTL Industries Ltd. recorded our highest ever quarterly and yearly sales volume that aided us in healthy revenue growth and profitability. Revenue is expected to grow by 30-35% from FY23 to FY24 led by increasing sales volume, and greater contribution of value-added products in the sales mix. EBITDA for FY24 is expected to stay within similar lines as witnessed in FY23.”
JTL effectively manages its inventory and working capital keeping them within a range that enables them to easily transfer the impact of fluctuations in raw materials prices to their customers. JTL’s export mix consists of value-added products and commercial grade products with the former contributing to ~90% of its export sales volume which assists them to earn high revenue and margins. Completion of amalgamation between JTL and Chetan Industries Limited provides an advantage of backward integration, proximity to the source of raw material, and cost synergies. All the manufacturing plants of JTL are capable of producing value-added products which will further add to its EBITDA and EBITDA Margins. JTL serves a pool of diversified clientele serving B2B, B2G, OEMs, and international markets, not concentrating and exposing itself to any one sector. Marquee clients include Tata Power, L&T, Siemens, Avaada, Power Grid Corp., NTPC, Suzlon, Susten, EIL, Indian Oil, Hindustan Petroleum, Sterling & Wilson, BHEL, Ashok Leyland, Mahanagar Gas, IGL, Essar, etc.