Patel Engineering Limited, founded in 1949 and headquartered in Mumbai, is a prominent player in the civil engineering construction segment. With over seven decades of experience, the company has successfully constructed various heavy civil engineering works such as dams, bridges, tunnels, roads, piling, and industrial structures.
The company is strong in high-margin, technology-intensive areas like hydro, tunneling, irrigation, water supply, urban infrastructure, and transport. Its outstanding execution of projects has resulted in the successful completion of over 250 projects.
Patel Engineering Limited commands a robust position in the hydropower and tunneling segments and has played a vital role in some of India’s most prestigious and strategically significant projects. Its shares are listed on the Indian Stock Exchanges (BSE/NSE), and the
company has valuable non-core assets.
Currently, the company’s order book stands at about ₹ 2,00,142 Mn (Including L1 Orders)
|Narration||Mar-14||Mar-15||Mar-16||Mar-17||Mar-18||Mar-19||Mar-20||Mar-21||Mar-22||Mar-23||Trailing||Best Case||Worst Case|
|Profit before tax||45.99||31.69||-216.41||-71.10||93.52||203.91||54.72||-343.82||112.02||232.69||235.54||284.08||72.55|
|Price to earning||69.03||172.69||-5.43||-29.94||22.53||6.76||45.06||-2.56||22.46||6.30||19.85||19.85||16.20|
|TRENDS:||10 YEARS||7 YEARS||5 YEARS||3 YEARS||RECENT||BEST||WORST|
|Price to Earning||45.58||20.49||20.08||16.20||19.85||19.85||16.20|
Risks and concerns.
Internal Risk Factors:
Our business heavily relies on government contracts, making us
vulnerable to potential policy changes. This introduces uncertainty
and challenges that need careful management. Additionally, delays,
modifications, or cancellations of projects can have a significant
impact on our business, affecting our order book and future projects.
These factors have the potential to materially and adversely affect
our results of operations and financial condition.
External Risk Factors:
Prevailing economic, political, and market conditions can lead
to a slowdown in the Indian economy, negatively impacting our
business, financial performance, and operations. Communicable
diseases like COVID-19 and natural calamities pose a significant risk
to the Indian economy, which in turn can have adverse effects on
our business. Moreover, a potential downgrade in India’s debt rating
by rating agencies can have adverse implications for our business
operations and financial performance.
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