Shree Cement net profit declines 23.6% to Rs 482 cr in Q3 FY22
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Shree Cement net profit declines 23.6% to Rs 482 cr in Q3 FY22

Shree Cement registered a 23.6% decline in consolidate

The consolidated net sales of the company have increased by 2.2% in comparison with Q3 FY21 which is Rs 3,637.11 crore in Q3 FY22.The Profit before tax (PBT) is Rs 619.84 crore in Q3 FY22, which is 27.3% lower than Rs 852.14 crore in Q3 FY21.

The total expenses of Shree cement have increased by approximately 15% from Rs 2,430 crore recorded in Q3 FY21 to Rs 2,791 crore in Q3 FY22.

Shree Cement stated that considering the present situation of the Covid-19 pandemic, the company currently remains uncertain about the extent of the impact on the organisation’s future financial results and will depend on further developments.

However, the Board of Directors of the company has declared an interim dividend that amounts to Rs 45 per equity share for the fiscal year 2021-22.

Shree Cement is among the top three cement producers in India. Their portfolio of products comprises Bangur Cement, Rockstrong Cement, Shree Jung Rodhak Cement, and Roofon.

The company has also installed a power generation capacity of 752 MW which includes solar power, wind power, waste heat recovery power, and others.

On Friday, the shares of Shree Cement stood at Rs 24,704.25, 0.54% lower. And the result had been announced post-market hours on the same day.

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Also read: Shree Cement to set up Rs.150 bn greenfield cement factory in Guntur

Shree Cement registered a 23.6% decline in consolidate The consolidated net sales of the company have increased by 2.2% in comparison with Q3 FY21 which is Rs 3,637.11 crore in Q3 FY22.The Profit before tax (PBT) is Rs 619.84 crore in Q3 FY22, which is 27.3% lower than Rs 852.14 crore in Q3 FY21. The total expenses of Shree cement have increased by approximately 15% from Rs 2,430 crore recorded in Q3 FY21 to Rs 2,791 crore in Q3 FY22. Shree Cement stated that considering the present situation of the Covid-19 pandemic, the company currently remains uncertain about the extent of the impact on the organisation’s future financial results and will depend on further developments. However, the Board of Directors of the company has declared an interim dividend that amounts to Rs 45 per equity share for the fiscal year 2021-22. Shree Cement is among the top three cement producers in India. Their portfolio of products comprises Bangur Cement, Rockstrong Cement, Shree Jung Rodhak Cement, and Roofon. The company has also installed a power generation capacity of 752 MW which includes solar power, wind power, waste heat recovery power, and others. On Friday, the shares of Shree Cement stood at Rs 24,704.25, 0.54% lower. And the result had been announced post-market hours on the same day. Image Source Also read: Shree Cement to set up Rs.150 bn greenfield cement factory in Guntur

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