Rane Engine Valve Ltd. (REVL) posted a standalone net profit of ₹1.7 crore for the June quarter against a loss of ₹3.1 crore in the year-earlier period on operational improvement and cost saving initiatives.
Revenue from operations rose 20% to ₹138 crore. The net profit included exceptional expenditure of ₹1.13 crore towards estimated product liability costs, the maker of engine valves said in a regulatory filing.
Sales to India original equipment customers grew 19% supported by strong off-take from passenger vehicle and commercial vehicle customers. Exports rose 25%, while sales to Indian aftermarket customers grew 10%.
“REVL continued the growth momentum supported by the favourable demand environment in Q1. Demand across major vehicle segments continues to remain robust,” said group chairman L. Ganesh.