Jindal Poly Film is the largest manufacturer of BOPET and BOPP films in India. The manufacturing plant at Nashik, Maharashtra is the world’s largest integrated facility for the production of BOPET and BOPP Films.
Segments – Packaging Films and Nonwoven Fabrics
|Market Cap. (Cr.)||2190.85|
|52 Wk. high/low||525.10/150.0|
|Book Value (Rs)||509.68|
Share Holding Pattern %
|Non Promoter Corp.||1.51|
|Public & Others
The company is the largest player in India’s bi-axially-oriented polyethylene terephthalate (BOPET) and BOPP markets, with capacities of 177,500 TPA and 251,000 TPA, respectively. It also has a strong position in the high-value-added metallised films market, with consolidated capacity of 71,000 TPA, and in coated products with capacity of 19,678 The company is adding on domestic BOPP capacity to 3,03,500 TPA.
In view of expected future growth to meet the requirement of nonwovens fabrics, the Company decided to increase the production capacity from 35000 TPA to 59000 TPA. Demand of nonwoven fabrics is growing in hygiene and Medical. End products of hygiene segment primarily consist of diapers, sanitary napkins, adult incontinence and end products of medical segment consist of masks, gowns and coverall used in PPE Kits and hospitals.
Operating Profit Margin of the company increased to 20.52% in FY20 from 14.43% in F19. The margin is expected to moderate because of inherent cyclicality in demand and newer capacities being added in the industry.
The packaging industry has experienced rapid growth globally as a result of greater innovation and customer preferences for global brands. Packaging sales in the emerging markets are expected to continue to show strong momentum as both increased consumption and demand for consumer goods drives the need for more sophisticated packaging.
Consolidated net revenue of Jindal Poly Film in Q2FY21 stood at Rs1091 cr, which increased by 29% YoY from Rs844 Cr. in Q2FY20. The company has reported EPS of Rs.56.26 for the period ended September 30, 2020 as compared to Rs.29.78 for the period ended June 30, 2020. Share of domestic revenue in total revenue rose to 81% in FY20 from 73% in FY19.
Packaging Films –
BOPP and BOPET Films – are extensively used for food packaging such as biscuit packaging to ensure good appeal, product protection and extended shelf life. Common examples of flexible packaging are various single or multilayer packaging structures like pouches and bags.
PET Film – Jindal Polyfilms offers speciality PET films like high barrier metalised films (as an Aluminium foil replacement), twist film, high matte and high friction (COF) film. These products provide best in class performance in an extensive range of packaging, confectionary, industrial lamination and PET food applications.
Metallized Film is used for high barrier Flexible, packaging, metallic yarn, sequins for textiles, decoratives, etc. Metallized BOPP films are used for flexible packaging, gift wraps and decoaratives.
JPFL has installed 3 coating lines. The lines are especially developed for manufacturing of entire range of specialty coated films like PVDC, Acrylic, ,Silicon, AlOx, Ink receptive, Digital Printable & DG coated Films & Coated High COF Matte PET & Lidding Films
Thermal Lamination Film- Having the World’s largest stand-alone manufacturing unit of BOPP & PET films, Jindal Poly Films Ltd have integrated forwarded with the installation of Extrusion Coating Line capable of both BOPP & PET based Thermal Lamination Films.
Medical X-Ray Films
Fujifilm Super RX is a blue sensitive universal Medical X-ray film with a wide tonal range for all types of applications.
Nonwoven Fabrics –
Demand of nonwoven fabrics is growing in hygiene and Medical. End products of hygiene segment primarily consist of diapers, sanitary napkins, adult incontinence and end products of medical segment consist of masks, gowns and coverall used in PPE Kits and hospitals.
OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS
Thin BOPET films constitute nearly three fourth of the worlds consumption and the company manufacturers both thick and thin BOPETs.
High demand for thin BOPET films and comparably good profit margin.
Penetration of flexible packaging in the developing economies in Asia is still low and huge opportunities exist for growth with the increase in organized retail and small serve packs
Given the volatile trend in crude oil and demand for polymers for competing applications the pressure on input costs can fluctuate
Latest and modern machinery with most competent technical backup does not ensure success against fierce competitions
Capacity increase in many part of Asia and India, without corresponding increase in demand.
While most of the major industries faced this challenging environment, packaging industry continued to play a crucial role in adding value to various manufacturing sectors by delivering preservation of quality and enhanced shelf life of various products which is crucial for F&B and pharmaceutical industry. Indian packaging market which was valued at USD 50.5 billion in 2019 is expected to reach USD 204.81 billion by 2025, registering a CAGR of 26.7% from 2020 to 2025.
Under the influence of COVID-19 pandemic, the packaging industry continued to remain on its toes to meet all time high demand for packed food, medicine and other essential goods. The global packaging industry will very soon witness a major shift towards smart and intelligent packaging – packaging that can sense changes in its external environment and transmit the signals informing about the change.
In recent years, India has seen sustainable packaging growth due to the increase of packaged food consumption and awareness, and demand for quality products. Consumer awareness surrounding packaged food, specifically packaged food deliveries, has heightened. The boom in e-commerce and organized retail is expected to enhance the growth of plastic packaging and per capita consumption in the near future.
The rapid growth of the market is primarily driven by the pharmaceuticals and foods and beverages industries. Huge investments in the food processing, personal care, and pharmaceuticals end-user industries are creating scope for expansion of the packaging market.
|Particulars ( in Rs. Cr.)||202009||202006||201909||YoY (%)||QoQ (%)||FY20||FY19||YoY
( % )
|Revenue from Operations||1091.23||771.25||844.52||29%||41%||3546||3726||-5%|
|Raw Material Consumed||575.41||375.34||576.6||0%||53%||2255||2623||-14%|
|Raw Material as % of Sales||53%||49%||68%||-23%||8%||64%||70%||-10%|
|Purchase of Fin. Goods||0.01||0||1.29||-99%||–||1.38||9.58||-86%|
|Profit After Tax||246.36||130.39||161.32||53%||89%||488.6||-408.7||220%|
Jindal Poly Film Reported strong numbers in Q2FY21 with revenue up 29% YoY.
Profit before tax rose to 2x led by lower raw material cost
The flexible packaging gross revenue was Rs 3,213.47Crore (2019-20) as against Rs. 3,361.95 Crore (2018-19)
The Nonwoven Fabrics gross revenue was Rs. 303.31 Crore (2019-20) as against Rs. 264.00 crore
The EBITDA has increased by over 40% to Rs 648 crore, with the margin at 18.3%, in fiscal 2020 as compared with the previous fiscal.
In case of Packaging segment no single customer has contributed 10% or more to their respective segment’s revenue for both 2019-20 and 2018-19.
- In case of Nonwoven Fabrics Segment, three (previous year four) customers individually account for more than 10% each of the revenue aggregating Rs. 23,761 Lakhs (previous year Rs. 15,598 Lakhs) .
The Profit before exceptional item and Tax was Rs. 552 Crore as against Rs.386 Crore. The Company is taking various measures to retain and increase its market share and also improve margins.
|Interest Coverage Ratio||9.53||8.21||3.46||4.47||7.02|
Source: Capitaline Corporate Database, EWAL Research
Cash flow Statement
|Cash and Cash Equivalents at Beginning of the year||21.93||32.3||74.89||92.22||97.02|
|Net Cash from Operating Activities||368.81||499.3 1||739.31||503.26||619.31|
|Net Cash Used in Investing Activities||-416.82||-547.55||-1349.09||-457.17||-645.83|
|Net Cash Used in Financing Activities||277.14||37.87||701.7||-63.43||21.72|
|Net Inc/(Dec) in Cash and Cash Equivalent||229.14||-10.38||91.92||-17.34||-4.8|
|Cash and Cash Equivalents at End of the year||251.06||21.93||166.8||74.88||92.22|
Source: Capitaline Corporate Database, EWAL Research
|SOURCES OF FUNDS :|
|Total Shareholders Funds||1854.3||2257.01||2476.97|
|APPLICATION OF FUNDS :|
|Less: Accumulated Depreciation||459.51||344.58||266.05|
|Capital Work in Progress||181.61||31.45||14.85|
|Current Assets, Loans & Advances|
|Cash and Bank||275.44||59.96||88.5|
|Loans and Advances||386.31||338.28||393.53|
|Total Current Assets||1378.3||1036.6||1061.61|
|Less : Current Liabilities and Provisions|
|Total Current Liabilities||529.61||470.9||346.51|
|Net Current Assets||848.69||565.69||715.1|
|Deferred Tax Assets||69.26||66.28||113.93|
|Deferred Tax Liability||273.13||531.3||497.41|
|Net Deferred Tax||-203.87||-465.02||-383.48|
Source: Capitaline Corporate Database, EWAL Research
The Company has established itself as a significant player in the BOPP, BOPET, CPP and other products. The products of the Company are well known in the market place for their good and consistent quality. Considering its successful approach towards research and development so as to innovate customer’s centric products, strong marketing network and logistics strength, the outlook remains positive. Under the influence of COVID-19 pandemic, the packaging industry continued to remain on its toes to meet all time high demand for packed food, medicine and other essential goods. On performance front we expect company to report EPS of Rs.170 for FY21E, at CMP of Rs.472 PE works out to be 2.77x. Hence, investors can buy the stock at CMP of Rs.472 for target price of Rs.650. Time frame should be 9-12months.
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