Going forward there is head room available in capacities to provide for good growth upside, Mehta added

Deepak Fertilisers and Petrochemicals Corporation on Friday reported a 415% year-on-year jump in net proft to Rs 116 crore for the March 2021 quarter. Consolidated revenues grew by 21.8% y-o-y to Rs 1,575 crore in the quarter. Revenues from the chemical business increased by 15% to Rs 870 crore with margins going up to 27% in the quarter.

Global specialty chemical value chains were moving from China to India, boosting nitric acid demand and prices in India, the company said.

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Revenues in the fertiliser segment rose by 32% to Rs 702 crore. However, a rise in key raw material prices affected margins during the quarter in the fertiliser segment. Ammonia prices rise by 11.8% rise while phosphoric acid prices went up by 18.3%, the company said.

Sailesh C Mehta, chairman and MD, said key investments made over the last four years have started delivering. The company’s strategic initiatives to transform from a commodity to specialty position held tremendous promise for the future, he said.

Going forward there is head room available in capacities to provide for good growth upside, Mehta added.

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