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Old 20th August 2015, 15:51   #1
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Default July 2015: Commercial Vehicle Sales

Hello BHPians!

Apologies for such a late post of the figures. (Though I am not sure how many people would have missed it )

So, to make up for some bad karma, I have added the data for Q1 earnings for the business (relevant ones in case of businesses like Tata Motors, Mahindra where there are passenger vehicle figures in revenue as well).

Consolidated figures (LCV & MCV)
July 2015: Commercial Vehicle Sales-july_consolidated.jpg

LCV Figures
July 2015: Commercial Vehicle Sales-july_lcv.jpg

M&HCV Figures
July 2015: Commercial Vehicle Sales-july_mcv.jpg

Revenue per vehicle sold (effectively sales price average)
Disclaimer: Lots of assumptions made such as revenue is proportional to number of vehicles sold in each service line, some average selling price of the entire product range of passenger vehicles etc)
July 2015: Commercial Vehicle Sales-q1-revenue-per-vehicle-sold.jpg

Profit per vehicle sold (TaMo excluded as they have operating loss in standalone business)
July 2015: Commercial Vehicle Sales-q1_profit-per-vehicle-sold.jpg

Hope you guys find this helpful/ useful/ useless trivia

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Thanks for the useful update. A close analysis of the sales chart clearly shows that the Ashok Leyland is closing up on Mahindra & Mahindra, which also justifies the current rise in company's share at the bourses. With steady rise in the sales from 8,435 units in April'15 to 11,022 units in July'15 i.e. a phenomenal increase of 30.66% in a quarter, Ashok Leyland has shown pretty good progress and it seems that it will overtake Mahindra & Mahindra soon.
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Thanks for the useful update. A close analysis of the sales chart clearly shows that the Ashok Leyland is closing up on Mahindra & Mahindra
Wow. I actually missed out this analysis due to my focus on compiling.
The best part is, ALL gets its revenue from higher priced products, which are manufactured in an excise holiday plant, and a distribution network all across India.
The profitability is also bound to improve with the debt payoffs.
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