Gradual demand recovery being witnessed across market segments
The Board of Directors of Apollo Tyres Ltd has approved the company’s unaudited results for the 1st quarter of the financial year 2021-22.
For the quarter ended June 30, 2021 Apollo Tyres Ltd, on a consolidated basis, reported a revenue of Rs 4584 crores. While the second wave of the pandemic did impact the
operations, it was comparatively lesser than the first wave witnessed in Q1 last year. Both, Indian and European Operations performed well, with their revenues increasing 82% and 28%
respectively, as compared to the first quarter last fiscal.
Quarter 1 Consolidated Performance Highlights
Q1 FY2021-22 (April – June) vs Q1 FY2020-21
Revenue from Operations for the quarter increased 59% to close at Rs 4584 crores, as
against Rs 2882 crores
Operating profit was up 131% at Rs 567 crores, as against Rs 246 crores
Net profit increased 195% to close at Rs 128 crores, as against a loss of Rs 135 crores
in the last fiscal
Commenting on the first quarter results, Onkar Kanwar, Chairman, Apollo Tyres Ltd said, “We have adopted to the new way of working amidst the pandemic. We were better prepared
in the second wave, as compared to the first wave in Q1 last fiscal. The performance reflects the resilience of the company, even as the employees across geographies worked like ‘One Family’ to help each other in the times of crisis. With the improving business sentiment and demand for our products, we are optimistic of continuing with our stellar performance across geographies.”