Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) FY10 Result : Net surges 36.6%

by khalid on 03/04/2010 · 0 comments

State-run Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is the largest engineering and manufacturing enterprise in India in the energy-related/infrastructure sector. The company has informed the market(BSE) that the company reported a jump of 36.61 per cent in its net profit to Rs 4287 crore for financial year 2009-10 (FY10).

The company had a net profit of Rs 3138 crore during the last financial year 2008-09 (FY09). During FY10, the power equipment maker’s turnover increased to Rs 34050 crore from Rs 28033 crore in fiscal 2008-09.

With an enviable order book of about Rs 145000 crore, the FY11 annual numbers were on expected lines. In the financial year 2010-11, BHEL notched up its highest ever turnover of Rs 34050 crore and profit after tax also went up by over 4200 crore.

The company now has an annual capacity of producing equipment worth 15000 MW that is enough to light more than three cities as large as the capital. About three years ago the company had planned to recruit 20000 personals and has recruited 12000 till March 31.

In 2009-10, BHEL’s turnover touched a new high of Rs 34,050 crore from Rs 28,033 crore in 2008-09 fiscal, an increase of 21 per cent.

Share’s Data :-
BSE Code : 500103
Mkt. Cap: Rs 118414 Crores
P/E: 37.21
EPS: 64.11
Face Value : Rs 10
Last bonus : 1:1 Jan 2007
Last Dividend : 110% in Jan 2010
52 Week H/L : Rs 2550.00 / 1251.00
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited share’s CMP is Rs 2,419.10 on 1st Apr 2010.

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