In compliance with Regulation 30 and other applicable provisions of the Listing Regulations, please find enclosed herewith Investor Presentation encompassing, inter-alia, an overview of the Quarterly Un-Audited Financial Results of International Conveyors Limited ('the Company') for the quarter ended June 30, 2022.
experienced long waiting periods for - Favorable regulation led to growth of conveyor belting as an impediment, - ICL moved to international markets coal miningin USA with the erstwhile Fenner India, a with its products finding approvals with monopoly in India.
ICL by Fenner International, the parent enjoyed 35% of domestic market share - Signed long term contracts with company of Fenner India (now a part of PVC beltingin Indiaas well.
Our team has been involved in such projects as: operate reliably long-term, despite tough conditions.
We deploy wide-ranging engineering capabilities to Infrastructure / locational advantage: complete manufacturing of ▪ Kolkata sea-port is at a distance of only ~50 km products on schedule realizing Infrastructure / locational advantage: that our products drive our ▪ Excellent road infrastructure between Cost Advantages : customer's business ahead.
WELL WITH CUSTOMERS Enables the company to continually invest in leading 2 High Revenue Visibility edge equipment, processes ✓ Long term contracts ranging between 5-7 years with customers for order visibility & repeat and employee training in order
orders to improve the quality of its ✓ Specific tailor-made products manufactured as per Country’s & Customers specifications products.
Mining Sector Growth Drives India is at an early stage in terms of per capita mineral consumption and has India remains an oasis of growth amongst a significant potential to grow at accelerated growth than historical growth slowing global outlook
Strong economic growth–Projected to be fastest growing economy at-least Make in India –Focus on increase in 7.5% 7.7% Manufacturing share to 25% by 2025 till 2024 6.1% 5.5%
Russia US Japan increasing efficiencies and productivity creates tremendous potential 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024
Key Sectors COAL CEMENT BEACH SAND MATERIAL Demand estimated to increase to 1.3- Cement industry has huge potential in - High reserve share of beach sand 1.9BT by 2030 (Base case-1.5BT) from the country & estimated to grow at a minerals (35%) presents high potential 1BT in 2019 CAGR of ~12% by 2025 - Exploration covered only ~2,000 km of coastal stretch, out of ~ 6000km
Global potash demand is expected to grow ~7Mmt in the next three years, with medium term growth rates at historic levels.
Countries Previous 5 year CAGR Estimated 5 year CAGR 2019 2020E ~1.5-2% ~3.5-4.5% United States 510 470 Belarus 7,350 7,300 • Canada contributes Estimated 100% increase in Brazil 247 250 growth rate as compared to ~33% of the total historical growth
Significant opportunities to grow in We are ready to deliver the High entry barriers: Separate approval Europe, Russia, South Africa, Canada, most Efficient, Reliable & Safe per geography per plant Australia and USA Conveyor Belting and Material handling systems to significantly enhance the Efficiency and Productivity of Strong R&D capabilities to quickly
Penetrate New Markets LEAD TOMORROW - Enhance customer base in the USA and ▪ Penetrate further into Australia Canada, where ICL already enjoys underground coal mine segment significant customer Relationships - Grow South Africa market.
▪ Start Supplies to Europe and Russia
Automation across Facilities TO ADDRESS THE Continuous investments in the mining Our in-house R & D team working on sector in line with growing demand from automation and upgradation of the end user industries gives us long run machines & processes for efficiencies & GROWING DEMAND way for growth for our products going enhanced product portfolio forward
High entry barriers & revival of capex cycle gives us visibility of huge replacement Strong Order Book Visibility Huge Replacement Demand demand
Addition of new customers and newer Revival of capex cycle envisages a huge products has enhanced our order book replacement demand across sectors.
Growth in capacities envisages higher demand generation for our products across sectors, thus diversifying order book from multiple industries.
FY22 EPS growth EBIDTA Margins (%)
Value Creation for Stakeholders New avenues for Growth Revenue and Profitability Growth 5 1 Entry into newer customers & geography with new products developed over the period Global & Domestic mining growth along Strong Order book Visibility & with industry diversification 4 2 Replacement demand
The mining industry in India & across the globe With strong orderbook & revenue visibility, has been growing so as the need for belting has along with huge replacement demand.
Our capabilities to cater to multiple are all ready for growth in coming years industries gives us strong growth visibility 3 Operational Leverage to play out
Increase in scale will lead to operating leverage play out and enhance Operating Margins 31
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|Belting Type||Belting Width||End Use|
|Mining: Type 12000||Mining: 72 inch||Export Market|
|Mining: Type 8000, 10000||Mining: 54 inch 60 inch||Export Market|
|Mining: Type 3500, 4500, 5000, 6000, 6500 Industrial: PVC 3500, 4500, 6000, 7500||Mining: 36, 42, 43, 48 inch Industrial: 60 & 72 inch||Export Market|
|Mining: Type 8000, 12000||Mining: 55 inch||Domestic Market|
|Mining: Type 3000, 5000, 6000||Mining: 30 inch to 48 inch||Domestic Market|
|Facility||Details||Area (Sq. Mtrs)|
|E39 facility||Fully-integrated plant, Administrative office and Laboratory||12,000|
|H19 facility||Plant, with Administrative office inside the plant||1,527|
|Windmill Details||Capacity (KWH)|
|Chitradurga Dist., Karnataka||14,00,000|
|Panchpatta Dist., Maharashtra||14,00,000|
|Kutch Dist., Gujarat||47,00,000|
|Kurnool Dist., Phase - 1, Andhra Pradesh||17,00,000|
|Kurnool Dist., Phase - 2, Andhra Pradesh||17,00,000|
|Particulars (Rs. Crs.)||Q1FY23||Q1FY22||Y-o-Y||Q4FY22||Q-o-Q||FY22|
|Revenue from Operations||55.9||32.1||74%||57.8||-3%||205.2|
|Cost of Materials Consumed||35.0||23.8||37.9||126.6|
|Purchase of Traded Goods||2.7||1.4||5.8||8.0|
|Changes in Inventories of Finished Goods and Work in Progress||-3.3||-8.2||-6.9||-4.8|
|Employee Benefits Expense||4.3||4.5||5.2||18.6|
|EBITDA %||9%||15%||-600 bps||10%||-100 bps||10%|
|Depreciation and Amortisation Expense||0.5||0.5||0.6||2.1|
|Total Tax Expense||0.2||0.0||7.4||10.6|
|Profit for the year||7.0||4.7||47%||2.8||153%||16.2|
|PAT %||13%||15%||-200 bps||5%||+700 bps||8%|
|Particulars (Rs. Crs.)||Mar-22||Mar-21||Mar-20||Mar-19||Mar-18|
|Revenue from Operations||205.2||169.3||98.7||85.6||56.2|
|Cost of Materials Consumed||126.6||84.6||46.2||52.3||33.8|
|Purchase of Traded Goods||8.0||5.9||8.9||0||0|
|Changes in Inventories of Finished Goods and Work in Progress||-4.8||7.3||-8.6||2.4||0.7|
|Employee Benefits Expense||18.6||14.4||11.8||11.6||10.2|
|Depreciation and Amortisation Expense||2.1||1.7||1.8||2.1||2.5|
|Total Tax Expense||10.6||5.7||-3.1||1.7||1.8|
|Profit for the year||16.2||16.6||6.4||-5.7||-5.8|
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