Dr. Reddy's Q1 FY11 Financial Results: Revenue at Rs. 16.8 billion ($363 million); EBITDA at Rs. 3.4 billion ($74 million)

Dr. Reddy's Q1 FY11 Financial Results: Revenue at Rs. 16.8 billion ($363 million); EBITDA at Rs. 3.4 billion ($74 million); Profit after Tax at Rs. 2.1 billion ($45 million)


Hyderabad, India, July 22, 2010: Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd. (NYSE: RDY) today announced its unaudited financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2010 under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Key Highlights

 

  • Consolidated revenues are at Rs. 16.8 billion ($363 million) in Q1 FY11 versus Rs. 18.2 billion ($392 million) in Q1 FY10. Excluding the revenues from sumatriptan in the previous year, the year-on-year growth is 4%.

◦Revenues from Global Generics for Q1 FY11 are at Rs. 11.9 billion ($257 million). Excluding the revenues from sumatriptan, the year-on-year growth is 9%.
◦Revenues from PSAI are at Rs. 4.5 billion ($97 million) in Q1 FY11.

  • Profit before Tax for Q1 FY11 is at Rs. 2.5 billion ($53 million).
  • EBITDA of Rs. 3.4 billion ($74 million) in Q1 FY11, represents 20% to revenues.
  • Profit after Tax for Q1 FY11 is at Rs. 2.1 billion ($45 million).
  • During the quarter, the company launched 32 new generic products, filed 26 new product registrations and filed 3 DMFs globally.

•During the quarter, Dr. Reddy's transferred dossiers and trademarks for nine currently marketed products in Brazil to GSK, for a consideration of $4 million. The agreement also provides for additional consideration towards other products in the pipeline based on specified milestones. The milestone payments under this deal will be recognized as revenue over the term of the product supply agreement.

 

 All figures in millions, except EPS
All dollar figures based on convenience translation rate of 1USD = Rs 46.41

Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Limited and Subsidiaries

Unaudited Consolidated Income Statement

Particulars Q1 FY11 Q1 FY 10 Growth % 
($) (Rs.) % ($) (Rs.) (%)
Revenue  363 16,831 100 392 18,189 100 (7)
Cost of revenues  171 7,917 47 173 8,017 44 (1)
Gross profit  192 8,914 53 219 10,172 56 (12)
Operating Expenses              
Selling, general & Administrative Expenses(a) 118 5,482 33 128 5,927 33 (8)
Research & development expenses, net 21 993 6 21 985 5 1
Other (income)/ expenses, net (4) (186) (1) (1) (35) (0) 431
Total Operating Expenses 136 6,289 37 148 6,877 38 (9)
Results from operating activities  57 2,625 16 71 3,295 18 (20)
Finance income (2) (99) (1) (2) (88) (0) 13
Finance expenses(b) 6 276 2 5 223 1 24
Finance expenses, net 4 177 1 3 135 1 31
Share of profit/ (loss) of equity accounted investees 0 5 0 0 11 0 (55)
Profit before income tax 53 2,453 15 68 3,171 17 (23)
Income tax expense (8) (357) (2) (16) (726) (4) (51)
Profit for the period 45 2,096 12 53 2,445 13 (14)

Diluted EPS 0.3 12.3   0.3 14.4    

 


Notes:  
(a)  Includes amortization charge of Rs. 288 million ($6 million) in Q1 FY11 and Rs. 507 million ($11 million) in Q1 FY10. 
(b)  Includes forex loss of Rs. 225 million ($5 million) in Q1 FY11 and Rs. 84 million ($2 million) in Q1 FY10.
 

Appendix 1:  Q1 FY11 Key Balance Sheet Items                                                                                      (In millions)

Particulars As on 30th Jun 10 As on 31st Mar 10
($) (Rs.) ($) (Rs.)
Cash and cash equivalents 137 6,366 142 6,584
Trade receivables 275 12,769 258 11,960
Inventories 311 14,451 288 13,371
Property, plant and equipment 516 23,943 484 22,459
Goodwill and other intangible assets 286 13,287 301 13,973
Loans and borrowings (current & non-current) 299 13,872 317 14,695
Trade payable 209 9,689 201 9,322
Equity & Reserves 969 44,969 925 42,915

Appendix 2:  Q1 FY11 Revenue Mix by Segment                                                                                                       (In millions)

  Q1 FY11 as a % Q1 FY 10 as a % Growth % 
($) (Rs.) ($) (Rs.)
Global Generics 257 11,917 71 281 13,021 72 (8)
North America 84 3,897 33 130 6,026 46 (35)
Europe 42 1,937 16 45 2,106 16 (8)
India 60 2,778 23 52 2,393 18 16
Russia & Other CIS 55 2,552 21 40 1,871 14 36
RoW 16 754 6 13 625 5 21
PSAI 97 4,499 27 105 4,869 27 (8)
North America 18 837 19 21 995 20 (16)
Europe 34 1,555 35 30 1,371 28 13
India 14 633 14 14 629 13 1
RoW 32 1,474 33 40 1,874 39 (21)
Others 9 415 2 6 299 2 38
Total 363 16,831 100 392 18,189 100 (7)

Appendix 3:  Q1 FY11 Revenue Mix by Geography                                                                                                  (In millions)

  Q1 FY11 as a % Q1 FY 10 as a % Growth % 
($) (Rs.) ($) (Rs.)
North America 108 5,024 30 155 7,182 39 (30)
Europe 78 3,617 21 78 3,615 20 0
India 74 3,411 20 65 3,021 17 13
Russia & Other CIS 55 2,552 15 40 1,871 10 36
Others 48 2,227 14 54 2,500 14 11
Total 363 16,831 100 392 18,189 100 (7)

Segmental Analysis

Global Generics

Revenues from Global Generics segment are at Rs. 11.9 billion ($257 million) in Q1 FY11. Excluding the revenues from sumatriptan in the US, the growth is 9%.

 

  • Revenues from North America at Rs. 3.9 billion ($84 million) in Q1 FY11 versus Rs. 6.0 billion ($130 million) in Q1 FY10. Excluding the revenues from sumatriptan, the growth is 5% in dollar currency.

◦As at June 30, 2010, total cumulative ANDA filings are 163. Total ANDAs pending approval at the USFDA are 71 of which 36 are Para IVs and 12 are FTFs.

  • Revenues from Europe at Rs. 1.9 billion ($42 million) in Q1 FY11 versus Rs. 2.1 billion ($45 million) in Q1 FY10.

◦Revenues from Germany decrease by 18% to Rs. 1.3 billion ($28 million) in Q1 FY11. For the same period the decline in Euro currency is 6%.
◦Revenues from Rest of Europe grew by 29% to Rs. 516 million ($11 million) in Q1 FY11 largely led by the 21% growth in UK.

  • Revenues from Russia & Other CIS markets at Rs. 2.6 billion ($55 million) in Q1 FY11 versus Rs. 1.9 billion ($40 million) in Q1 FY10, or a growth of 36%.

◦Revenues in Russia at Rs. 2.1 billion ($44 million) in Q1 FY11 versus Rs. 1.5 billion ($33 million) in Q1 FY10 or a year-on-year growth of 35%.
■Dr. Reddy's year-on-year secondary prescription sales growth stands at 33% versus industry's growth of 21%. (Source: Pharmexpert April-May 2010)
◦Revenues in Other CIS markets increase by 43% to Rs. 489 million ($11 million) in Q1 FY11 versus Rs. 342 million ($7 million) in Q1 FY10.

  • Revenues in India at Rs. 2.8 billion ($60 million) in Q1 FY11 versus Rs. 2.4 billion ($52 million) in Q1 FY10, a growth of 16% which is largely led by volume growth of existing products.

◦Dr. Reddy's year-on-year secondary prescription sales growth is 22% versus industry's growth of 20%.
(Source: ORG IMS MAT Jun 2010)
◦11 new products launched during the quarter.

 

Pharmaceutical Services and Active Ingredients (PSAI)

 

  • Revenues from PSAI are at Rs. 4.5 billion ($97 million) in Q1 FY11.

◦During the quarter, 3 DMFs were filed globally. The cumulative DMF filings as of Jun 10 are 378.

 

Income Statement Highlights:

 

  • Gross profit at Rs. 8.9 billion ($192 million) in Q1 FY11 at a margin of 53% to revenues versus 56% in Q1 FY10. This change in gross margin is largely on account of a favorable mix of high margin revenues from sumatriptan in the previous year.
  • Selling, General & Administration (SG&A) expenses excluding amortization for the quarter is at Rs. 5.2 billion ($112 million) or a decline of 4% over the previous year. Excluding the one-time charges recorded on account of betapharm workforce restructure costs of Rs. 496 million ($11 million) and the closure of Atlanta facility of Rs. 71 million ($2 million) in the previous year, SG&A grew by 7%.
  • Amortization expenses for the quarter is at Rs. 288 million ($6 million) versus Rs. 507 million ($11 million) in Q1 FY10. This decline is on account of the impairment of intangibles recorded in Q3 FY10.
  • Other Operating Income of Rs. 186 million ($4 million) in Q1 FY11 versus Rs. 35 million ($1 million) in Q1 FY10.
  • R&D expenses at Rs. 993 million ($21 million) in Q1 FY11.
  • Finance costs (net) are at Rs. 177 million ($4 million) in Q1 FY11 versus Rs. 135 million ($3 million) in Q1 FY10. The change is mainly on account of higher forex loss during the quarter

◦Net forex loss of Rs. 225 million ($5 million) in Q1 FY11 versus Rs. 84 million ($2 million) in Q1 FY10.

  • EBITDA at Rs. 3.4 billion ($74 million) in Q1 FY11 represents 20% to sales.
  • Net Profit after Tax for Q1 FY11 is at Rs. 2.1 billion ($45 million).
  • Diluted EPS is at Rs. 12.3 ($0.3) for the quarter.
  • Capital expenditure for the quarter is at Rs. 1.9 billion ($40 million).

About Dr. Reddy's

 

 
Established in 1984, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories (NYSE: RDY) is an emerging global pharmaceutical company. We fulfill our purpose of providing affordable and innovative medicines through three core businesses: Pharmaceutical Services & Active Ingredients, Global Generics and Proprietary Products.
 
Disclaimer

 
This press release includes forward-looking statements, as defined in the U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. We have based these forward-looking statements on our current expectations and projections about future events. Such statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results to differ materially. Such factors include, but are not limited to, changes in local and global economic conditions, our ability to successfully implement our strategy, the market acceptance of and demand for our products, our growth and expansion, technological change and our exposure to market risks. By their nature, these expectations and projections are only estimates and could be materially different from actual results in the future.

Contact Information

Investors and Financial Analysts:

Kedar Upadhye at [email protected] or on +91-40-66834297
Raghavender R at [email protected] or on +91-40-66511529
Milan Kalawadia (North America) at [email protected] or on +1-9082034931


Media
Rajan S at [email protected] or on +91-40-66511725


Notes

1. All the above analyses are based on consolidated IFRS financials.
2. Detailed analysis of the financials is available on the Company's website at www.drreddys.com

  
 

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