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1 Hindusthan National Glass & Industries Ltd. (HNG) CORPORATEPRESENTATIONJune, 2010
2 Presentation Outline PRESENTATION OUTLINE HNG Background About HNG Turnaround specialistBoard of DirectorsGroup synergiesProduct offeringsExpansion plansImproving efficienciesIndustry outlookFinancial Highlights
3 About The tradition of manufacturing quality glass Constantly improving qualityUsing best in class technologyStrong financialsFullest strategic support from promotersAccumulated business knowledge of last 60 yearsCommitment to 360° qualityVast managerial poolWidening global footprint for both Imports & Exports.Industry leadershipLong profitable relationship with customers and suppliers
4 Pioneering Vision“To create a world-class glass manufacturing plant that pursues Quality, Cost Reduction, and Productivity Improvement measures in a truly holistic manner, leading to Customers’, Shareholders’, Employees’ and Suppliers’ Satisfaction; this integrated effort will result in the Company becoming an Industry Benchmark and a role model for systems, processes and results.”
5 HNG – A “Glass” ApartLargest Player (about 65% market share) in the Indian Glass Container MarketManufactures Glass bottles for multiple segments and in multiple sizesInstalled Capacity of about 10 Lac MT/annumHas consistently invested in Technology (Gross Fixed Asset stands at Rs Crores as at 31st Mar, 2010)Gross Sales Revenues of Rs.1439 Crs. in FY09, Rs 1449 in FY10Number of people working in the Company: around 7000Phenomenal Growth in Revenue & Margins over the years (FY to 2010) - Sales CAGR at 25% and PAT CAGR at 280%.FY 2010 Exports at Rs. 77 Crores, with higher continued explorationThe latest long term credit rating of the Company is AA and it is PR1(+) for short term, both from CARE.
6 “Turnaround” Specialist HNG has successfully turned the albatross around the necks of the old managements, into cash cows with its management expertiseAce Glass Containers was acquired in the year 2002 from Owens Brockway, in order to own Pondicherry and Rishikesh Plants, which were sick units. The acquired Pune Plant, unviable, was closed with fullest assets-recovery.Subsequently, the L&T plant in Nashik, another loss making unit, was acquired in the year 2005Acquired the Assets of Haryana Sheet Glass’s Neemrana Unit in Oct. 2007, revamped and attained Commercial Production in a record short time – by March 2008After proving its metal on Indian soil, HNG is exploring similar opportunities to be repeated on foreign soil, through its core competencies, either through acquisition or greenfield (under studies).Today all these acquired units contribute to wealth creation for the Company and its stakeholders
8 Pan – India presence Location Capacity (TPD) Furnaces Rishra 760 3 Bahadurgarh690Neemrana1801Rishikesh4102Nashik360PondicherryTotal276011DelhiKolkataMumbaiHyderabadBengaluruMarketing OfficesChennai
9 Board of Directors Mr. Chandra Kumar Somany, Chairman DIRECTORS Mr. Sanjay Somany, Managing DirectorMr. Mukul Somany, Joint Managing Director▪ Mr. Kishore Bhimani ▪ Mr. Sujit Bhattacharya ▪ Mr. Ratna Kumar Daga ▪ Mr. Dipankar Chatterji ▪ Mr. Shree Kumar Bangur ▪ Dr. Indrajit Kr. Saha ▪ Mr. Ram Raj SoniDIRECTORS
11 In-House Group Synergies (existing) Glass Equipments (India) Ltd.Glass Plant Machinery and spares manufacturer. Produces Global standards of technology at much lower costs.HNG Float Glass Ltd.Greenfield Float Glass plant set up at Halol, Gujarat at a cost of Rs. 600 Crores (Debt Rs Crores : Equity Rs. 250 Crores), having achieved the commercial production and products launched in the market. Also contemplating for second float line (800 tpd) in the same location.HNGIL is considering to make HNG Float as its subsidiary.Would cater to the Realty, Automobile and domestic household sector.HNG FLOAT
12 Shareholding Pattern % Shareholding Particular (as in June, 2010) Promoters70.20Public Shareholding29.80Insurance Companies1.20Bodies Corporate2.82FIIs7.30Individuals18.48**Includes 16.77% held as treasury shares in the CompanyNote: Total shares lacs of face value Rs. 2 each, fully paid up
14 Wide variety of products Produces more than 15 mln. bottles per dayRanging from 5 ml to 3200 mlHigh quality – ISO 9001/2000Multifarious industries:Liquor & BeerPharmaceuticalsBeveragesProcessed FoodsCosmetics etc.
15 Cosmetics & Processed food HNG’s Blue Chip Customer baseBeverages: Non- Alcoholic and AlcoholicPharmaceuticalsCosmetics & Processed food
18 Production Capacity Particulars FY08 FY09 FY10E FY11E FY12E FY13E Capacity – Tonnes per dayParticularsFY08FY09FY10EFY11EFY12EFY13EFY14EFY15ERishra720760825Bahadurgarh690745Neemrana180200Rishikesh410430Pondicherry360800Nashik460New Facility (AP)-650Total25402720276028152980363040904110
19 Ramp-up in capacityHNG plans a capital expenditure of Rs. 905 Crores to further increase production capacity and rebuilds within next two years.Greenfield plant in AP : at 490 Crs. (650 TPD)(Land has been already allotted to HNG , Project commencement date expected is June’10 and targetted project completion date is Mar’12)New Furnace in Nashik : 115 Crs. ( 100 TPD)Maintenance Capex : 300 Crs. ( 120 TPD)Margins expected to grow significantly with increase in capacity, better operating efficiencies and economies of scale and sharing of fruits of light weighting and NNPB initiatives. Large savings also to come from Plants switching to Gas – Neemrana w.e.f. June,2010 and Nashik w.e.f. April, Company is seriously exploring earliest gas connectivity in other 3 Plants. Company is also examining ramping up its captive power generation facility (present about 15MW in Bahadurgarh) through use of Natural gas in other plants.
21 Key Reasons for Improving Margins Installation of natural gas operated power generators and in manufacturing process, as well as the well planned capital expenditureWorld class designing and mould manufacturing facility in the Company, with own FoundryEconomies of scale in procurement of Raw Materials/ConsumablesLight weighting, while producing stronger bottles – Mutual benefit to customers and HNGHNG introduced NNPB (Narrow neck press & blow technology) for the first time in India, HNG is exploring further strengthening of this technology.Neemrana & Nashik Units converting to Gas, Net saving of Rs 20 Crs. (approx) p.a. Other plants are also exploring arranging gas connectivity to switch FO and LPG.Sand Mining – Bankura, Sand benefication plant for Rishra unit, exploring opportunities for other plants as well.Entered into JV with OMCO of Belgium for Moulds – Technology and manufacture
23 Packaging IndustryUS $ 15 bln. market size in India – expected to grow at 14% in the medium termThe present share of about 6-7% of Glass Packaging in the total Indian Packaging industry offers huge opportunities on account of health, hygiene and environmentIndia constitutes a mere 3% of global packaging Industry, while population constitutes 16% of global.Growth in allied industries: Food Processing, Retail, FMCG, Alcohol and Beverages, Perfumes & Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals; is a major growth driver for glass bottles
24 Down Stream DriversLiquor - Indians consume 200 mln cases of IMFL and 220 mln cases of country liquor. Increasing trend of social drinking, driving the sector growth at almost 13%.Beer - Shipments in mln cases against 137 mln cases in Consumption has been increasing by 15 to 20%.Food Processing - USD 70 billion industry has grown at 13.7% in only 4 years and is expected to grow at a rate of 10% in next 5 yearsPharmaceuticals - India is the fastest growing market, where average spending has doubled over past decade. Increased consciousness for wellness leads to demand. Indian Pharmaceutical market is expected to see a CAGR of 12-15% over the next 3 years (as per IMS research).Carbonated drinks - INR 6000 Cr. industry is expected to grow at 6-8% p.a.Cosmetics - Domestic cosmetics and toiletries segment is growing at % and current industry size is USD 950 million, which is expected to become USD 1.4 billion in 3 years time.
25 Glass IndustryLow Per Capita Consumption of Glass in India - significant scope for growth
26 Growth through downstream Industries Per capita consumption of Glass in India is ~1.4 kgs, as against 27.5kgs in US and UK and 5.9 kgs in ChinaThe low per capita consumption of beer in India (0.8 ltrs. v/s 22 ltrs. in China) leaves substantial scope for increase in demandIndian Pharmaceutical Industry is valued at Rs. 250 bn, growing at 10% annually.Adoption of stricter government norms and rising industry standards in quality would further boost glass packaging in the pharmaceutical industryOnly 6% of all processed food in the country is packed in glass, which offers huge scope
27 Glass – a preferred packaging medium Environment friendlyFull recyclabilityLowest pollution (life cycle)Totally inert to contents, heat and UV rays – Thus does not react with packed contentsVisibility of contentsVersatility of design
29 Financial Performance All values in Rs. millionParticularsFY07FY08FY09FY10Net Revenue7016102131311013599EBITDA1175214723593163EBITDA Margin17%21%18%23%PAT28160310771552PAT Margin0.40%16%8%11%EPS (Rs.)1.5918.3612.3417.77
30 Financial Performance All values in Rs. millionParticularsFY07FY08FY09FY10Net Fixed Assets83428923988511437Investments713114610461471Net Working Capital234129353912387411396130041484316782Met by :Net Worth71498636935210428Secured Loans2546287441525486Unsecured Loans12481313921171Provisions453181418697
31 Financial Projections HNGILAll values in Rs. millionParticularsFY11FY12FY13FY14FY15EBITDA4388531584561085112627EPS (Rs.)22.2128.4745.9662.5576.71HNGFL ( Associate Company)All values in Rs. millionParticularsFY11FY12FY13FY14FY15EBITDA8321408168918562012HNGFL = HNG Float Glass Limited, where Company owns Equity StakeDISCLAIMER :“The projections disclosed above are merely indicative in nature and are purely based on management’s beliefs, opinions and estimates as of the date of this Presentation and no obligation is assumed to update such forward looking statements if these beliefs, opinions and estimates should change or to reflect other future developments. These projections are based on certain assumptions of future events over which the Company exercises no control. Hence this involves number of risks and uncertainties which could cause the actual results to differ materially from those that may be projected or implied.”
32 HNGIL’s Rating & Ranking CRISIL Rating ( As on Feb ’10)On “Fundamental” side 4/5 means “Superior Fundamentals”On “Valuation” Side 5/5 means “Strong upside”Business Standard Ranking ( Out of 1000 top listed corporates, as on Feb ’10)Ranking in terms of Revenue - 299On Operating Profit Quantum – 265On Net Profit Quantum – 253
33 “HNG – A Conglomerate”Largest Player, about 65%, in the Indian Glass Container Market through organic and inorganic growth measures in the last 8 years, more than doubling the capacity in this small periodEntered the Engineering business by acquiring AMCL Unit in NagpurSynergistic diversification by setting up of Rs.600 Crores Float glass project in the Gujarat at Halol near Baroda
34 DisclaimerThe Corporate Presentation (the “Presentation”) is based on management estimates and is being provided to you (herein referred to as the “Recipient”) only for information purposes. The sole purpose of this Presentation is to provide preliminary information on the business activities of the Company, in order to assist the recipient in understanding the Company. This Presentation does not purport to be all inclusive or necessarily include all information that a prospective investor may desire in evaluating the Company. The Company expressly disclaims any and all liability for any errors and/or omissions, representations or warranties, expressed or implied as contained in this document. This Presentation contains certain forward looking statements which are based on certain assumptions of future events over which the Company exercises no control. Hence this involves number of risks and uncertainties which could cause the actual results to differ materially from those that may be projected or implied by these forward looking statements. Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: our ability to manage growth, competition, attracting and retaining skilled professionals, time and cost overruns, regulatory approvals, market risks, domestic and international economic conditions, changes in laws governing the Company including the tax regimes and exchange control regulations.The Company does not undertake to update any forward looking statements that may be made from time to time by or on behalf of the Company. This Presentation may not be photocopied, reproduced or distributed to others at any time without prior consent of the Company. Upon request, the Recipient will promptly return all material received from the Company without retaining any copies thereof.In furnishing this Presentation, the Company do not make any obligation to provide the Recipient with access to any additional information on the Company or its subsidiaries. This Presentation should not be deemed an indication of the state of affairs of the company nor shall it constitute an indication that there has been no change in the business or state of affairs of the Company since the date of publication of this Presentation.Any clarifications / queries as well as any future communication regarding the Company should be addressed to the Company. “This presentation does not constitute a prospectus, offering circular or offering memorandum or an offer, invitation, or a solicitation of any offer, to purchase or sell or subscribe, any shares of the Company and should not be considered or construed in any manner whatsoever as a recommendation that any person should subscribe for or purchase any of the Company’s shares.”
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