Indo Count 9Months PAT at all-time high with EBITDA up 43% YoY


Mumbai, February 7th, 2022

Indo Count Industries Limited (BSE: 521016) (NSE: ICIL), announced its un-audited financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended 31st December 2021

Commenting on the results, Mr. Anil Kumar Jain, Executive Chairman said,

“During the quarter, despite inflationary pressures, the Company has been able to maintain the margin profile. We continue to work towards strengthening our positioning in key markets globally backed by innovative designs, products and additional capacities.

While the short-term headwinds may persist, we continue to be positive on the growth opportunities for the Indian home textile industry on a long-term basis.”

Consolidated Financial Performance

Particulars (Rs. In Crs)Q3FY22Q3FY21YoY%9MFY229MFY21YoY%
Total Income787792-1%2,2921,85224%
EBITDA Margin (%)18.6%18.0%60 bps19.3%16.7%260 bps
  • The industry has been witnessing headwinds related to shortages and unavailability of shipping containers, increase in freight costs and longer transit duration. The inflationary pressure on logistics and supply chain is likely to persist
  • Since late November/December 2021, with the recurrence of third wave of pandemic across our key geographies like US, UK and Europe, we are witnessing lower demand. The intensity in the current month continues and that is reflected in the demand projections shared by our customers
  • While there may be some short-term challenges, we remain positive about the demand scenario in the long run on the back of  China + 1 strategy, the US prohibition on Xinjiang cotton, and government steps to support  the Indian home textile export market
  • Q3FY22 sales volume at 21.1 Mn meters and 9MFY22 sales volume at 58.1 Mn meters
  • The current sales profile has seen a shift to better product mix, and we expect to achieve revenue guidance of approx. Rs. 3,000 Crs on an overall basis

Strengthening Product Mix

% Contribution to Revenue9MFY22FY21
Branded Business14%10%
Fashion/Utility/ Institutional19%15%
E-commerce business 6%4%
India Home Textile Business2%1%
  • Strongly moving towards B2C and D2C segment through high quality product offerings across varied price points, building visibility through digital campaigns and leveraging omni-channel & e-commerce distribution
  • Focus on Brand Promotion in US, UK, Middle-East and India through 10 active brands
  • Innovation and technological capabilities along with licensed brands, patents, trademarks will further strengthen brand offerings

Awards & Accolades

  • Global Sustainability Award
  • Indo Count’s contribution towards various sustainability initiatives like Emissions reduction, Water Conservation, Utilities optimization, Power consumption optimization etc were reviewed and based on our performance across other international platforms like HIGG Index, CDP etc we have received this award
  • CII Water Award
  • Indo Count has received CII National Awards for Excellence for its contribution in respect to improving water use efficiency and integrated approach in wastewater management


  • We have signed the United Nations Global Compact and are committed to integrate UNGC’s Principles into our organizational culture and ensure building a greener sustainable future
  • Through CDP, we have been disclosing our environmental impacts, along with measures to reduce our ecological footprints for the last 3 years. Indo Count has achieved score B this year which is above the global textile average
  • Indo Count has taken Scientific approach in evaluating & setting GHG emission reduction through collaboration with SBTi

Additional Capacity to drive next leg of growth

       With the growing demand environment, the next leg of growth will be driven by:

  • Brownfield capacity expansion of 18 million metres at the current Kolhapur facility
  • Greenfield capacity addition of 45 million metres at the Vapi plant acquired from GHCL
  • GHCL received shareholders’ approval for Transfer of Home Textile business of GHCL by the way of slump sale on a ‘going concern’ basis to Indo Count Industries Ltd.
  • With addition of almost 50% new capacity, Indo Count becomes the largest Home Textile Bedding company, globally, with annual capacity of approximately 153 million meters
  • Addition to a whole new avenue of customer base which is untapped, thereby leading to gain in global market share
  • Leverage joint capabilities of Design, Innovation and Products to a wider spectrum of customers
  • De-risking manufacturing facilities with twin state geographical diversity
  • Potential addition of Rs.1300 – 1500 Crores p.a. to the top line of the Company over a period