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Godrej Agrovet posts Rs 2,134 Cr consolidated revenues in Q4 FY24

In FY24 consolidated revenues from operations increased to Rs 9,561 crores from Rs 9,374 crores in FY23.

Godrej Agrovet Limited has announced its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended March 31, 2024. The company reported consolidated revenues from operations of Rs 2,134 crores in Q4 FY24 as compared to Rs 2,095 crores in Q4 FY23. Company reported consolidated EBITDA, excluding non-recurring & exceptional items, of Rs. 164 crores in Q4 FY24 as compared to Rs 76 crores in Q4 FY23. Company reported Profit before tax*, excluding non-recurring & exceptional items, of Rs. 83 crores in Q4 FY24 as compared to Rs. 2 crores in Q4 FY23.

In FY24 consolidated revenues from operations increased to Rs 9,561 crores from Rs 9,374 crores in FY23. Company reported consolidated EBITDA, excluding non-recurring & exceptional items, of Rs 757 crores in FY24 as compared to Rs. 564 crores in FY23.Company reported Profit before tax*, excluding non-recurring & exceptional items, of Rs 434 crores in FY24 as compared to Rs 280 crores in FY23.

Commenting on the performance, Balram Singh Yadav, Managing Director, Godrej Agrovet Limited, said, “The financial year 2023-34 augured well for Godrej Agrovet in terms of robust surge in profitability over FY2022-23. This growth in profitability was primarily driven by exceptional performance of domestic crop protection business, structural turnaround of dairy business, market share gains in Animal Feed and robust volume & margin growth in branded products in our poultry business.

In our Vegetable Oils business, lower end-product prices, which came off record highs of FY23 and normalized during FY24, resulted in lower segment margins as compared to FY23. Company’s domestic crop protection business delivered stellar performance primarily driven by higher volumes of in-house and in-licensed products. Animal Feed business recorded double-digit growth in volumes in cattle feed and fish feed categories and significant increase in segment margins led by softened commodity prices and higher realizations in the aforementioned categories. Our Dairy business achieved remarkable turnaround and returned to profitability. This was driven by focused efforts on improving operational efficiencies and improved milk spread. The Poultry business also recorded robust improvement in profitability on the back of higher live bird prices and increase in volumes of branded product portfolio”.

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