Servotech Power Systems Ltd. Declared its Results for FY22, Revenue Increases 64% from FY21
Servotech Power Systems Ltd. bagged an annual revenue of Rs. 14,425 lacs as against Rs8,790 lacs in the same period last fiscal, registering an annualised growth in revenues of around 64%. Additionally, the company delivered a profit of Rs. 559 lacs during the 2021-2022 financial year, as against Rs115 lacs in the same period last fiscal, attaining a 386% increase in YoY gains.
The standout product from their diversified portfolio was the Solar segment, which made up for close to 60% of their total product revenue, followed medical devices and spares. Servotech also witnessed an impressive growth in their latest venture, EV chargers, drawing an encouraging value of 536 lacs during this period.
Reflecting upon the results, Servotech Power Systems Ltd. Managing Director Raman Bhatia noted, “Despite the year being disrupted by the pandemic, supply chain problems, and sharp increase in commodity costs, Servotech accomplished results that will make FY22 a watershed year for us. Our strong numbers show that we’ve created immense value for our customers, partners, and key stakeholders. The mass-scale adoption of solar power solutions has been proportionately reflected in our product revenues. Moreover, with Servotech now stepping into the EV Charging segment to bolster India’s EV tech infrastructure, this value is set to grow multi-fold, and thus, translate into long-term, sustained, and durable profitability. Going ahead, extending our team of skilled personnel, elevating our innovation efforts, and optimizing our go-to-market strategy, is all going to enable smarter lifestyle solutions for our customers, upscaling opportunities for our team, and creation of lucrative whitespaces for our patrons. On that note, I look forward to another exciting year in prospect.”
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