Adani Enterprises, the flagship company of Adani Group, announced a remarkable 44.41 per cent surge in consolidated profit after tax (PAT) for the June quarter of 2023-24. The company reported a PAT of ₹676.93 crore, a significant increase compared to ₹468.74 crore recorded during the same period last year. This substantial growth in profits can be attributed to the strategic reduction in expenses, allowing the company to achieve impressive financial achievements.
The company’s total income witnessed a decline, moving from ₹41,066.43 crore in the year-ago quarter to ₹25,809.94 crore for the current quarter. However, the reduction in total income was offset by significant expense reductions, which decreased from ₹40,433.96 crore to ₹24,731.42 crore when compared to the same period last year. This decrease in expenses played a crucial role in boosting the company’s overall profitability.
Gautam Adani, the Chairman of Adani Group, expressed his satisfaction with the results, citing that they validate the group’s robust operational and financial achievements. He emphasized that the growth was driven by several incubating businesses, including Adani Airports, Adani New Industries, Data Center, and Adani Roads. These ventures not only reflect the group’s history of creating and nurturing new and vital infrastructure businesses but also underscore the future value and growth potential of the diverse Adani portfolio.
Adani Enterprises shared some exciting updates about their subsidiary companies. AdaniConnex Pvt Ltd (ACX – Data Center) has made significant progress, completing 74 per cent of the Chennai Phase-II data center project, 51 per cent of the data center in Noida, and 46 per cent of the data center in Hyderabad. Adani Airports, during the quarter, handled an impressive 21.3 million passengers, representing a 27 per cent increase compared to the same period in FY23. Module sales by Adani New Industries Ecosystem soared by 87 per cent, reaching 614 megawatts (MW), while the company’s operational capacity stood at 4 gigawatts (GW).
Adani Enterprises achieved several milestones during the quarter. They made their Nacelle wind turbine facility operational and completed preparations for commercial production in the blade manufacturing facility. Additionally, they secured financial closure of ₹900 crore for ingot and wafer manufacturing, signaling their commitment to continuous expansion and growth.
Adani Enterprises’ impressive performance in Q1 2023-24 reflects their dedication to operational excellence and financial growth. Their focus on reducing expenses while expanding their portfolio of infrastructure businesses has resulted in significant profits. With ongoing projects and the successful execution of large-scale ventures, the company is well-positioned for continued success in the future.