Greaves Cotton Electric Mobility
  • Consolidated EBITDA for the quarter stood at Rs 41 Crore
  • New business including e-mobility continues to accelerate with 49% contribution to overall business
  • Auto Engines business reports Quarter-on-Quarter growth of 102% over Q3FY22
  • E-Mobility business turns profitable for Q4FY22
  • Reported Consolidated FY22 revenue of Rs. 1710 Crore, with growth of 14% over FY21, and EBITDA of Rs. 27 Crore

Greaves Cotton Limited, one of India’s leading engineering companies, reported its highest-ever quarterly consolidated revenue of Rs 621 crore for the quarter ended March 31, 2022, representing 19% jump over Q4FY21. The company reported PBT before exceptional items of Rs 33 Crore. The quarter reflected the strong contribution of new businesses in driving revenue growth with 49% contribution in FY22. The Company delivers an improved EBITDA for Q4FY22 at Rs. 41 crore. The Company reported a consolidated revenue of Rs 1710 Crore for FY22, representing a growth of 14% over FY21 and EBITDA of Rs 27 Crore.

The YoY performance growth is attributable to the company’s accelerated expansion into the e-mobility business and reorganization of the 2W and 3W e-mobility businesses under Greaves Electric Mobility and higher revenue contribution from the auto engines business.

The retail sales of E-Mobility business stood at 62,000+ vehicles for FY 22, up 128% from FY21 of 27,000+ vehicles. Affordable pricing along with credible technology stack, safety track record and on-ground after sales support has made Ampere 2W scooters an attractive EV option for the discerning buyers across the country. The sales growth was helped by the abating Covid infections and rebounding consumer demand across sectors.

The company has augmented its manufacturing capacity of e-2W by operationalizing the Ranipet plant with the current production capacity of up to 250,000 vehicles per year and expanding the product portfolio with the introduction of Ampere Magnus EX. The company has also strengthened its presence across the entire value chain of last-mile mobility by launching AutoEVMart, India’s first set of multi-brand EV retail networks.

Greaves Cotton reports retail sales of e-mobility business up 128% in FY22