IRSL Q2 FY2006 Analyst Meet 17th

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Published on January 25, 2008

Author: Sebastiana

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Indo Rama Synthetics (India) Ltd.:  Indo Rama Synthetics (India) Ltd. Analyst Meet Quarter 2 & H1 2006-07 Results and The opportunities ahead Mumbai 18 October, 2006 Agenda :  Agenda Crude & Raw Material Comparative Fibre scenario & Polyester Factors influencing the performance of Indo Rama and the way forward Indo Rama’s Expansion Project Indo Rama Performance Slide3:  Crude & Raw Material Slide4:  Behaviour of PTA & Crude Oil Prices 16% fall in PTA prices since September : showing signs of better margins, way ahead Falling crude price pushes down Paraxylene prices resulting in softening PTA Prices Slide5:  Improved PTA availability World Asia MEG Supply-Demand Scenario:  MEG Supply-Demand Scenario DEMAND SUPPLY Projected demand increase 1.09 million tonnes MEG MEG capacity net increase +1.5 to 1.9 million tonnes Supply to exceed demand in 2006 MEG Capacity increase till date in 2006: 1.445 million Tonnes Polyester tolling margins at historical low:  Polyester tolling margins at historical low All time low Polyester margins due to high raw material prices and unfavourable supply-demand scenario Slide8:  Comparative Fibre Scenario & Polyester Slide9:  Global Fibre consumption trend The only fibre showing positive growth in share of consumption is Man Made fibre Availability of cotton has decreased:  Availability of cotton has decreased Millions of 480 lb.bales World Cotton production & consumption Gap in Supply Demand results in high Cotton prices Slide11:  Ministry of Textiles and CMAI Study * Polyester constitutes 79% of Man Made Fibers in India Advantage Textiles is Advantage Polyester Textiles: USD 50 Billion Promising Outlook:  Promising Outlook Global trade in textile & clothing to touch $ 700 – 800 bn by 2010 from existing $ 460 bn India’s export to grow from $ 15 bn to $ 50 bn in 2010 Even considering only a 15% share of the incremental global opportunity of over $ 300 bn Share in global textile trade to grow from about 4% today to 6% by 2010 With GDP growth of 6-8%, domestic per capita consumption expected to rise from 4.7 Kg. (World : 9.9 Kg.) to 6-7 Kg. by 2010 Slide13:  Factors Influencing Polyester Growth Competitive Prices of Polyester to that of Cotton due to softening of PTA & MEG Prices Abundant availability of PTA & MEG Cotton fiber Supply Demand gap widening, good quality cotton availability is increasingly becoming critical Textile Industry a Priority sector for GOI, Major investment in place across Spinning, Texturizing, Weaving, Processing and Garmenting Industry Large Scale Expansions in Downstream Industry Addition of 2.4 Mn Spindles per annum in Spinning industry Estimated 300 Texturizing machines being added by 2008 end In Short…:  In Short… Favourable business environment to drive growth… Polyester Industry Performance (4) Robust growth in downstream industry Softening PTA / MEG prices (2) Tariff rationalization (3) Cotton prices on upswing Factors influencing the performance of Indo Rama and the path ahead…:  Factors influencing the performance of Indo Rama and the path ahead… Negative factors :  Negative factors For the period April to Sept 2006 : Steep increase in crude oil prices Tight availability of Raw materials Increase in Raw material prices Sharp rise in Furnace oil prices  Lead to big jump in power & fuel cost Cheap availability of cotton Positive factors :  Positive factors Reduction in excise duty of Raw Materials  Duty on PTA reduced to 8% from 16% Duty on MEG reduced to 12% from 16% Reduction in excise duty of Finished Goods  Duty on Polyester FG reduced to 8% from 16% Slide18:  Against this back drop IndoRama is well positioned to take the advantage of favourable factors for Polyester and its anticipated robust demand India Polyester Staple installed capacity to go up from 0.699 Mn Tonnes to 1.20 Mn Tonnes by 2007 India PFY installed capacity to increase form 1.52 Mn Tonnes to an estimated 1.98 Mn Tonnes by 2007 Market Estimates Way forward :  Way forward Reduced production cost : Commissioning of new polyester plant  Economies of scale and advanced technology Reduction in raw material cost due to improved PTA & MEG supply domestically as well as internationally Reduction in power & fuel cost due to reduced FO prices and commissioning of CPP Increased demand of Polyester : Less availability of quality cotton due to increasing demand Domestic Polyester consumption showing rapid growth Huge export potential after Quota free regime Thus both top line & bottom line are expected to show healthy increase in future quarters to come Slide20:  Marketing Strategy We will widen our customer base through competitive pricing and value added services Additional Sales Volumes through Export Focus Enlargement of Product basket by producing niche products to serve premium markets both Domestically as well as Internationally Advantage Indo Rama India:  Advantage Indo Rama India Economies of scale, size and efficiencies adding sustainability to competitive edge Low cost of conversion : raw material to finished good Long term relationships and business contracts with key raw material suppliers Environmental friendly - Sustainable development through sustainable environment Customer driven enterprise with absolute importance on customer satisfaction Performance Update:  Performance Update Financial Highlights - IRSL:  Financial Highlights - IRSL       Rs. Crores Financial Highlights - IRSL:  Financial Highlights - IRSL Rs. Crores Financial Highlights - IRSL:  Financial Highlights - IRSL       Rs. Crores Financial Highlights - IRSL:  Financial Highlights - IRSL Rs. Crores Slide27:  Interest Cost as % of Sales Interest Cost have remained at low levels Indo Rama’s Expansion Project:  Indo Rama’s Expansion Project Polyester Capacity Expansion – Existing V/s Planned:  Polyester Capacity Expansion – Existing V/s Planned 660 800 1460 POY plant has been commissioned and the PSF plant to be commissioned in December 06. Benefits from Capacity Expansion:  Benefits from Capacity Expansion Manufacturing & scale of economies strengthened by the doubling of capacity Reduction in Power cost : Power production cost from CPP is 38% lower Optimum utilization of energy efficient common utilities Right timing of plant expansion with robust demand of Polyester from 2007 coupled with long term softening of raw material prices Slide31:  Birds eye view of plant Slide33:  PSF-Spinning Slide35:  House Open for Questions

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