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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd:-Buy/sell/growth prospects and recommendation,news and results,target and analysis,view and outlook,multibagger

Scripscan:Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd

Story:The world’s second largest and India’s largest micro irrigation company for Q2FY12 showed a revenue of Rs. 750 crore and EBITDA Rs. 180 crore, translating to 24% EBITDA margin. PAT was a mere Rs. 11.6 crore, due to pre-tax provision of Rs. 53 crore towards notional forex loss on FCCBs. Had it not been for the impact of foreign exchange, the company's operational performance for the quarter was healthy. Increase in finance charges to Rs. 81 crore from Rs. 52 croreYoY also dented net profits to some extent. Higher receivables, at Rs. 1,732 crore, led to increasing debt on the company’s books to Rs. 2,764 crore (as of 30th September 2011) from Rs. 2,206 crore (as of 31st March 2011) mainly on account of delay in receipt of subsidy from the Government in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.To bring down its debt, the company has two plans – firstly to issue more shares. Which is not likely to happen given the current low price. Its second plan is to float a NBFC and could become a reality only by next fiscal. For now it needs to hope and pray that the Govt pays up its dues. Q3 and Q4 are seasonally its best quarters and hence second half is sure to be much better. Company’s current order book of Rs. 855 crore is also encouraging.

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