Friday, November 8, 2013

Tata Motors Profit Jumps 71%





NEW DELHI— Tata Motors Ltd. 500570.BY +0.90% 's net profit rose for the first time in four quarters in the July-September period, as strong performance by its Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC unit outweighed a slump in vehicle sales in its home market of India.
Strong demand for the vehicles of the Jaguar Land Rover unit has helped Tata Motors outweigh weak sales in India. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images
Consolidated profit at the Mumbai-based maker of the Nano minicar and Prima heavy-duty truck surged 71% in the three months ended Sept. 30 to 35.42 billion rupees ($564 million) from 20.74 billion rupees a year earlier. That exceeded the 27.66-billion-rupee forecast in a survey of analysts by FactSet.
Sales climbed 30% to 557.01 billion rupees.
U.K.-based Jaguar Land Rover reported a 66% increase in net profit in the fiscal second quarter at £507 million. Its sales jumped 40% to £4.61 billion.
Meanwhile, in India, Tata Motors incurred a net loss of 8.04 billion rupees in the July-September period, compared with a net profit of 8.67 billion rupees a year earlier.
Sales in India dropped 29% to 88.68 billion rupees.
Jaguar Land Rover has turned to be the savior for Tata Motors since the Mumbai-based auto maker acquired the luxury marquees from Ford Motor Co. in 2008. The unit has introduced several new models, such as the Range Rover and Range Rover Evoque SUVs and the Jaguar XF and F-Type cars, in the past few years, which helped it augment sales.


Summary:
Tata Motors for the first time in four quarters in the July-September period, as strong performance by its Jaguar Land Rover Automotive PLC unit outweighed a slump in vehicle sales in its home market of India. As a result of buy Jaguar Land Rover after work with Ford motors in 2008.

My comment:
Despite the article title, Tata motors is one of old companies in cars industry. It started in 1945, but all it activity inside India. How many of us heard about it? or at least knew about it. Even though Tata as large as buy Jaguar Land Rover and have worked with many car companies, if Tata did not use global advertise and jump in markets outside India, it will lose in the future its image and potential revenue of the world market. Any small tiny car company went inside the US market you will heard about it because of US companies know how to do marketing; Unlike other countries such as India..

1 comment:

  1. Evidently, the strong surge in Tata's sales and solid performance has been reflected in India's rising demand of vehicles of practical and heavy duties, such as the Jaguar;s Rage Rover PLC unit, in which it has helped to offset Tata's decline in domestic sales. There is an abundant strategic and economic opportunity for the Tata group to seize upon its active marketing advertisements schemes to practice a steady M&A deals that meets its domestic demand and in the meantime would boost its overall revenues, considering the high population of India and in particular in Mumbai, the Financial and commercial hub of India

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