Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd Overview
Fundamentals of Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd
|P/E Ratio (TTM)||19.78|
|Debt to Equity||0.8|
Financials of Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd
|Jun 2022||Sep 2022||Dec 2022||Mar 2023|
|Profit before tax||127||144||159||212|
|EPS in Rs||6.17||6.07||7.92||2.23|
About Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd
Kalpataru Power Transmission Limited (KPTL) was incorporated in 23rd April, 1981, as HT Power Structures Pvt. Ltd. With presence in 67 countries, the Company is among the largest players in the global ... power transmission & distribution, railways, oil & gas and civil infrastructure space. It offers comprehensive solutions encompassing design, testing, fabrication, erection and construction and maintenance solutions for transmission lines, oil and gas infrastructure and railway projects on a turnkey basis. The Company caters to both domestic and international markets through two state-of-the-art factories situated at Gandhinagar (Gujarat) and Raipur (Chhattisgarh). KPTL also has a test bed located near Gandhinagar used for tower prototype testing. Presently, it is engaged in engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) relating to infrastructure comprising power transmission & distribution, railway track laying & electrification, oil & gas pipelines laying, etc. As a diversified conglomerate, KPTL combines its technical prowess and excellent execution strategies to deliver exceptional service to its varied clientele. The Company is also involved in development of assets and has a portfolio of infrastructure along with two Manufacturing facilities in Gandhinagar, Gujarat and Raipur, Chhattisgarh, as well as two Biomass based power plants in Rajasthan, India. KPTL is one of the leading companies in the field of Turnkey projects for EHV Transmission Lines up to and including 800 KV in India and Overseas. As an EPC contractor, the company's scope of work includes design, testing, fabrication, galvanizing of towers and construction activities from survey, civil works/ foundation, erection to stringing and commissioning of EHV lines, besides procurement of items such as conductors, insulators, hardware accessories etc. We also participate in Substation projects on a partnership basis. The Construction division of the company had completed over 8,000+ kms of turnkey projects in India for various clients such as the Power Grid Corporation of India and various State Electricity Boards (SEBs) of Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Orissa, Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh. The Company bagged the first 220 KV contract in April of the year 1984. After two years, in 1986, the first 400 KV contract came in company's hands. In March of the year 1991, KPTL released its 1,000 MTs production. In August of the year 1993, the company received the first 500 KV contract. During the year 1994, in the month of April the first Physical Export contract was came to the company. In the same year, in the month KPTL received an ISO 9001 Certificate and the company issued its Initial Public Offering (IPO). During May of the year 1997, the company changed its name to the present one Kalpataru Power Transmission Limited. The first 800 KV contract was surrendered to the company in September of the year 1995. During October of the year 1998, the company's R & D and Testing Station were commissioned. In July 2000, the company tested its Tallest tower in Test Bed. The Overseas Turnkey contract was signed in June of the year 2001. During December of the year 2002, the company awarded a single largest Project of 1,150 kms of 400kv line (Rihand) - 46,000 MTs by Powergrid, India. In September of the year 2003, KPTL started its Bio Mass Power Plant at Ganganagar, Rajasthan. The Company completed its third overseas 132 kV project for Zesco, Zambia in November 2004, ahead of contractual period. Also in the year 2005, KPTL completed the 900 kms of 400 kv D/C for Rihand project of Powergrid, its also prior to scheduled period. During the year 2005, in the month of January, the strategic diversification was made by the company into 11/33 kv distribution projects in India. In February, the company acquired the equity stake of JMC Projects. In August of the same year 2005, KPTL commissioned its new fabrication plant at Gandhinagar with a capacity of 30,000 Tonnes p.a. The first pipeline contract was signed with BPCL over 400 kms of below 16' in October 2005. During July of the year 2006, the Prestigious Pipeline contract of 74kms x 30' for GAIL (Panvel-Dabhol) was came to the company. The Business Today ranked the KPTL as the fastest growing Mid-Cap company of India in April of the year 2007. The Company plans to further increase tower manufacturing capacity by 24000 MTs p.a, which will be operational from September 2008 at its main plant at Gandhinagar, making it among the largest tower manufacturing capacity at single location in the world. Post addition, the capacity of the company would be 108,000 MTs per annum. The Company has forayed into the fast growing Telecom sector for turnkey jobs, with some success from BSNL & private sector telecom players. During the year 2014, the Company's wholly owned subsidiary, Amber Real Estate Ltd., completed construction & development of commercial building for IT/Software Technology Park at Thane in Maharashtra. During the year 2015, Gestamp Kalpataru Solar Steel Structures Pvt. Ltd. have become subsidiary company, Punarvasu Holding and Trading Company Pvt. Ltd. have become step-down subsidiary company (through SSLL) of the company. During the year 2016, the Company received Certificate of Conformity of the Factory Production Control for the construction product 'Structural Steel Transmission Line Towers' in compliance with Regulation 305/2011/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 March 2011 (the Construction Products Regulation or CPR) from SGS United Kingdom Limited. During the year 2016, the Company received Certificate of Appreciation from Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine for successful completion of '750 kV Rivne NPP &150; Kiev Substation Transmission Line' project, one of the biggest projects of its type constructed in Ukraine which was completed at least nine months ahead of scheduled date. During the year 2016, the Company secured Third Transmission Line BOOM Project under tariff based competitive bidding process. The project scope involves build, own, operate and maintain the transmission system for 'Transmission System Strengthening in Indian System for transfer of power from new HEPs in Bhutan. The Company holds 67.19% equity shares of its wholly owned subsidiary, JMC. JMC has successfully completed Rights issue of 74,62,686 equity shares of Rs10 each during the year 2016, raising funds of approx. Rs. 150crores. It executed 3 road BOOT projects, through its wholly owned subsidiary companies and 1 road BOOT project in joint venture. All the four road BOOT projects are now fully operational on full toll and full length basis, of which the SPV Company M/s Vidhyachal Expressway Private Limited has received second Provisional Certificate to start operations of Toll Plaza - 2 of Rewa Project on April 4, 2016. JMC through its wholly owned subsidiary is engaged in the mining activity. During the year 2017, the Punarvasu Financial Services Private Limited (PFSPL), the company's subsidiary started its new product 'Invoice Discounting'. During the year 2017, the Company's subsidiary, Kalpataru Metfab Private Limited (KMPL) changed its business activity from manufacturing of solar energy equipment's and related businesses to manufacturing of Tower parts, structures and related businesses. During the year 2017, Kohima-Mariani Transmission Limited has become subsidiary company of the Company. In FY 2017, the Company erected 1,09,364 MT of transmission towers at various locations domestically and internationally and executed about 2,321 km of stringing work to connect the grid to sub-station or sub-station to sub-station in 2018. As at 31 March 2018, the Company had 20 direct and indirect subsidiaries and 2 joint venture Companies. During FY 2018, the T&D business has received the following top projects: i) Orders totalling Rs 1,092 crore for Substations and Transmission line in West Africa. ii) Received various Transmission line orders from Afghanistan, Bangladesh & Nepal totalling Rs 985 crore. iii) Three orders for transmission line construction, augmentation and supply in overseas markets for Rs 545 crore. iv) Transmission line turnkey project by Tamil Nadu Transmission Corporation Limited of Rs 643 crore. In the transmission business, the Company completed charging the ATL BOOM Project by commencing commercial operation during FY 2018-19. On 29th April, 2019, Company through its wholly owned subsidiary in Sweden made a strategic investment to enhance KPTL's position in the global T&D EPC business and acquired 85% equity stake in Linjemontage I Grastorp AB (LMG) The Company paid Rs. 136.36 Crores (SEK 185.6 million) to acquire 85% stake in LMG Sweden. It supplied 1,70,696 MTs of Transmission Line Towers during the year 2018-19. It initiated manufacturing of Railway structures at existing manufacturing plant of the Company, which was approved by Central Organization for Railway Electrification (CORE). It incorporated a wholly owned subsidiary in Sweden namely Kalpataru Power Transmission Sweden AB, which became a subsidiary of the Company in FY 2018-19 to explore business opportunities in Nordic Countries and Europe. In FY 2019-20, the Company erected around 1,28,000 MT of transmission towers at various locations domestically and internationally and executed about 3,800 ckm of stringing. The EPC segment has received new orders of approximately Rs. 9,887 Crore. Numerous transmission line and substation orders in international and domestic markets totalling approx. Rs. 3,658 Crore were secured from Power Grid Corporation Ltd. (PGCIL), State Electricity Boards (SEBs) and private clients. It secured several orders of Rs. 1,484 Crore from Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), GAIL and GSPL India Gasnet Limited (GICL). The Company's Railway business garnered orders worth Rs. 1,353 Crore related to gauge conversion, railway electrification and associated works from Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd. (RVNL), Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE) and G-RIDE in FY19-20. It supplied 1,67,206 MTs of Transmission Line Towers during the year 2019-20. On July 3, 2019, Company entered into 3 binding agreements with CLP India Private Limited (CLP) to sell its stake in 3 power transmission assets namely, Kalpataru Satpura Transco Private Limited (KSTPL), Alipurduar Transmission Limited (ATL) and Kohima-Mariani Transmission Limited (KMTL) (referred jointly as SPVs), for an estimated enterprise value of Rs. 3,275 Crores. Though it completed the sale of entire stake in KSTPL on November 20, 2019, however, due to non-fulfillment of conditions precedent, the binding agreement for sale of stake in ATL was terminated effective from May 1, 2020. It purchased 1,46,45,499 equity shares of Rs. 10/- each representing 19.94% of the equity share capital of Shree Shubham Logistics Limited from its existing shareholder i.e. Tano India Private Equity Fund II for an aggregate consideration of ~ Rs. 64.66 Crore paid for consideration other than cash on preferential allotment basis on July 30, 2019. On May 20, 2020, the Board of Directors of the Company approved the buy-back of its equity shares of face value of Rs. 2/ each. It expanded footprints in three new countries each in Asia, Latin America and Africa. It secured 1st order in 765 KV GIS Substation segment in India. It completed 10 T&D projects including some of the most challenging projects. It commissioned around 700 track kms of Over Head Equipment (OHE) works. It secured first EPC project from G-RIDE. It clocked highest ever sales of around Rs. 1,750 Crore in 2019-20 with around 30 projects under execution in two countries. It received single largest EPC order for gas pipeline of Rs. 620 Crore. It commissioned Alipurduar Transmission Line. It renewed engagement with SEBs (Andhra Pradesh & Telangana) and Private Sector Clients in India. In FY 2021, the Company commissioned KohimaMariani Transmission Ltd. (KMTL). It expanded T&D business and entered into five new countries across Asia, Latin America and Africa. It acquired 51% stake in Fasttel Engenharia in Brazil at an equity value of USD 8.8 million and subsidiary in Linjemontage I Grastorp AB (LMG), a Swedish EPC Company. It completed a Shipyard Project in Goa, Supreme Court complex in Delhi, AIIMS Hospital facilities across multiple cities, NTPC townships, Central University in Gaya, besides multiple residential and commercial projects in private sector. It signed agreement to construct 2,000 social housing units in Maldives. It commenced construction works for IIT Tirupati. It completed a river linking project in Ujjain, India and a water supply project in Sri Lanka. It received order book across the states of Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. It developed capability and bidding for Metro Rail Underground Structures and High Speed Rail projects. It completed a Flyover near Mumbai. Its subsidiary, JMC secured large infrastructure projects in Mongolia and Maldives, utilising KPTL's business development capabilities. It completed the divestment of Jhajjar KT Transco (JKTPL) and Alipurduar Transmission Ltd. (ATL). Its subsidiary, JMC Projects (India) Ltd. received orders of approximately Rs. 7,916 Crore in FY20-21 in its Buildings & Factories and Water business. On November 26, 2020, the Company completed the sale and transfer of ~49% of the total equity shares of Adani Transmission Limited (ATL) with an agreement to sell balance 51% after obtaining requisite regulatory and other approvals consistent with Transmission Service Agreement. It entered into definitive agreement on May 29, 2020 with India Grid Trust, an infrastructure investment trust and completed the sale of its entire stake in Jhajjar KT Transco Private Limited (JKTPL) on October 5, 2020. In FY20-21, the Company erected around 1,15,800 MT of transmission towers at various locations domestically and internationally and executed about 3,330 ckm of stringing. The EPC segment received new orders of approximately Rs. 16,359 Crore. It secured several orders of Rs. 1,057 Crore from various oil & gas marketing companies in India. Numerous transmission line and substation orders in international and domestic markets totaling approx. Rs. 6,289 Crore were secured by KPTL from Power Grid Corporation Ltd. (PGCIL), State Electricity Boards (SEBs) and private clients. The Railway business garnered orders worth Rs. 1,097 Crore related to gauge conversion, railway electrification and associated works from Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd. (RVNL), Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE) and G-RIDE in FY 2020-21. It supplied 1,57,095 MTs of Transmission Line Towers. It received Orders in excess of Rs. 8,440 Crores including orders received by Linjemontage I Grastorp AB, in CFY 2020-21. On January 27, 2021, company incorporated a wholly owned subsidiary namely Kalpataru Power Do Brasil Participacoes Ltda (KPBPL). During the year under review, two new companies namely Kalpataru Power Senegal SARL, in the Republic of Senegal and Kalpataru Power DO Brasil Participacoes Ltda., in Brazil were incorporated as Wholly Owned Subsidiaries of Company. Fasttel became 51% step-down subsidiary of the Company w.e.f. April 7, 2021. Jhajjar KT Transco Private Limited ceased to be a Joint Venture Company of the Company effective from FY 2021. During the financial year 2021-22, the Company and Techno Electric and Engineering Company Limited (Techno) completed the divestment of ~49% equity shares of Kohima-Mariani Transmission Limited (KMTL) (23% by the Company and 26% by the Techno) to Apraava Energy Private Limited (formerly known as CLP India Private Limited) and received the sale consideration in the third quarter of the fiscal. This marked the divestment of all Transmission BOOT assets of the Company. It made progress by selling 60% units of its Indore Real Estate asset by end of 2021-22. The Company of transmission towers executed about 2,674 ckm of stringing. The EPC segment received New Orders of approximately Rs. 18,161 Crores. Transmission line and substation orders in international and domestic markets totaling approx. Rs. 7,071 Crores (incl subsidiaries) were secured by KPTL. In India, it secured orders from Power Grid Corporation Limited (PGCIL), State Electricity Boards (SEBs) and private clients. Several orders of Rs. 569 Crores were also secured from various oil & gas marketing companies. The Railway business garnered orders worth Rs. 519 Crores related to gauge conversion, railway electrification and associated works. Its subsidiary, JMC Projects (India) Limited received orders of approximately Rs. 10,139 Crores in 2021-22 with the majority of order 42% - from B&F business. It supplied 1,52,580 MTs of Transmission Line Towers. It received Orders in excess of Rs. 8150 Crores [including orders received by LinjemontageI Grastorp AB (Rs. 985 Crores) and Fasttel Engenharia S.A. (Rs. 283 Crores)] in the current FY 2021-22. During FY 2022, the Company secured record new orders of Rs. 18,161 Crores in 2021-22. It secured several high value projects and diversified global presence to 67 countries with addition of four new countries. In the T&D business, it secured single largest order of Rs. 3,276 Crores in the South American market. At the same time, it secured first international order for the B&F business in Maldives and strengthened Urban Infra business with two new road projects in Africa valuing over Rs. 2,200 Crores. In Water business, it achieved record order inflows of Rs. 3,286 Crores in 2021-22, expanding its geographical reach within India. On 19th February 2022, the Board of Directors of KPTL (the Company) and JMC Projects (India) Limited (JMC) approved the Scheme of Amalgamation for merger of JMC with KPTL. It secured strategic order of over Rs. 3,200 Crore in Chile for the design, engineering, supply, and construction of a HVDC power transmission line of 700 KM. Read More
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