In FY’22, Maximus had a 32% increase in revenue and net profit
Mumbai, June 14: Consolidating its business and managing margins effectively during covid times has enabled one of the leading manufacturers of most acceptable lubricants in East Africa and the Middle East, Maximus International Limited (MIL), to achieve Total Revenue of Rs. 70.42 Crore on a consolidated basis for the year ended March 31, 2022 (FY 22) against Rs. 53.12 Crore for the previous year ended March 31, 2021 (FY 21), registering a growth of 32.6%. It has clocked a Net Profit of Rs.4.66 Crore on a consolidated basis in FY 22, which is 32% higher than the consolidated Net Profit of Rs. 3.53 Crore for FY 21.
MIL is happy to note its strategies to manage a business, margins effectively, competition etc., which has stood it in good stead. Every vulnerable situation, be it supply chain disruption, competitiveness in pricing, lower demand in the market etc., has been dealt with by prudent and diligent strategies aided by immaculate execution of these by its teams in India, UAE & Kenya. “Such uncertainties/challenges faced have been turned into opportunities that led to efficient Macro/Micromanaging of Supply chain, robust and practical Credit Management & deeper customer/distributor engagement. We have a long-term vision of growing our company globally—our African foray aligns with this strategy. As the after-effects of Covid-19 wear off, we are well prepared to grow exponentially over the next few years,” said Mr Deepak Raval, Managing Director, Maximus International Limited.
“The company plans to consolidate its operations and foray into new markets in Asia and Africa. The company is confident that it can sustain the continuous growth it has been maintaining for the last five years by expanding its footprint in the African continent.,” said Mr Milind Joshi, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Maximus International Limited.
Its manufacturing facilities and solid market presence in UAE and Kenya cater to over 400 customers from over 25 countries.
MIL is confident that it can sustain the continuous growth that they have been maintaining for the last five years by expanding its footprint in the African continent.