Company analysis – WABCO India Ltd.

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WABCO India Ltd

Key Highlights

WABCO India Ltd (formerly known as WABCO-TVS India Ltd) is a leading provider for air brake actuation systems (ABS) for commercial vehicles. It designs, manufactures and markets conventional braking products, advanced braking systems, and other related air assisted products and systems.

Wabco India is outperforming the industry growth by a wide margin. The company has focused on improving its content per vehicle, which is a critical factor to boost incremental earnings growth. Presently, it is a dominant supplier of ABS to domestic truck makers. As the penetration of ABS-fitted vehicles improves, it will provide more business from truck manufacturers as well as replacement market. In FY17, ABS alone will offer a revenue potential of Rs4bn to the company.

TOC FOR THE COMPANY PROFILE

  1. Corporate Overview

– Company History

– Business Structure/ Overview

– Management

– Milestones

– Major Merger & Acquisitions (five years)

  1. Product and Services

– Product and Services Overview

– Product Mix

  1. Key Business Strategies

– Marketing Strategy

– Financial strategy

– Effective Sales & Distribution Channels

– Market Positioning Strategy

– Value Pricing Strategy

  1. Financial Highlights

– Five Year Financial Summary

– Financial Performance (Interpretation-Performance of the Company for the quarter ended and financial year ended)

— Revenue Changes (Revenue Growth/ decline-in Volume and Prices)

— Revenue Summary by Geographical distribution/ Segmental

— Analyzing Cost Changes (Cost Structure Analysis)

— COGS (Increase or Decrease)

— Selling General & Admin expenses

— Salary & Wages

— Interest Income/ Expenses

  1. Ratios and Market Indicators

– Solvency, Operational Efficiency and Efficiency in use of Capital Assets

– Stock Analysis

— Relative Market Cap Performance

— Owner Structure (Share holding pattern)

  1. SWOT Analysis

– Strength

– Weaknesses

– Opportunities

– Threats

  1. Competitive Analysis

– Competitors (Peer Comparison-at least five companies)

— Key Financials (Sales, EBITDA, PAT)

— Cost Structure

  1. Future Strategies
  1. Future performance Analysis

– Forecast for two year

  1. Concluding Discussion (Outlook)

– The Industry (Market Size & Growth)

– Trends & Drivers

– Company outlook

– Analyst view

List of Figures

  1. Product Mix
  2. Company performance (5 years)
  3. Revenue by Geographical Distribution/Segmental
  4. Cost Structure (as percentage of sales)
  5. Raw Material Mix
  6. Stock Performance (Relative performance)
  7. Share Holding Pattern (latest quarter ended)
  8. Peer sales

List of Tables

  1. Management
  2. Major Mergers & Acquisitions
  3. Product and Services
  4. Financial Highlights (Five year)
  5. Key Financial Ratios
  6. Financial Performance for the quarter and year ended
  7. Cost Structure (as percentage of sales)
  8. Stock Statistics
  9. Peer Comparison (as percentage of net Sales)
  10. Earnings & Income Estimates (two year forecast)

 

 

 

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