Suzuki Motor Corporation’s Indian subsidiary (Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.) has been its single largest contributor when it comes to net income through royalties and dividends. In the last financial year which concluded in March 2016, Maruti’s contribution to its parent’s net income (profit) stood at an impressive 54.5% as against 52.76% in the year before.
The small car specialist’s overall profit in the last fiscal stood at INR 7,291 crores of which INR 3,975 crores came from Maruti Suzuki in the form of royalties and dividends. This also marks the highest ever contribution from Maruti to its parent company in the history. Between April 2014 and March 2015, the Indian subsidiary managed to contribute INR 3,194 crores so the growth in last fiscal stands at 24%.
In terms of sales, Maruti Suzuki accounted for half of Suzuki’s global performance of 2.86 million units in the last financial year. Maruti’s record sales volume combined with benign raw material prices lead to increased revenue and profit.
The introduction of new models such as the Baleno and S-Cross in addition to growth from models like Ciaz SHVS proved to the primary growth drivers for Maruti.
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In the last fiscal, the country’s largest passenger car maker witnessed its market share grow from 45% to 47%. Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. appears to be on track to become a 2-million-units-a-year company by 2020.
Maruti Baleno RS – Photos
Via – Business-standard.com