Bajaj Group Presentation

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Jamnalal Bajaj
(1889-1942)
Kamalnayan Bajaj
(1915-1972)
Ramkrishna Bajaj
(1924-1994)
Shekhar Bajaj
Rahul Bajaj
Madhur Bajaj
Niraj Bajaj
Shishir Bajaj
Leads business in
Kushagra Nayan Bajaj
Apoorv Nayan Bajaj
Agri processing(Sugar),
Power, FMCG , Infra &
Real estate
Shishir Bajaj
(MBA – New York University)
Age: 67
Kushagra Nayan Bajaj
(MBA - Northwestern University)
Apoorv Nayan Bajaj
(BSc. - Carnegie Mellon University)
(B.Com), Age: 34
Age: 37
Bajaj Group is
one of India’s most respected business
groups with businesses in four key sectors
With more than 10,000 employees
Group Revenue of Rs.6953 crore
Ongoing power projects aggregating Rs.12,000 crore
Business sectors
SECTOR
Company
Agri Processing
Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd.
FMCG
Bajaj Corp Ltd.
Power
Bajaj Energy Private Ltd.
Lalitpur Power Generation Company Ltd.
Real Estate & Infrastructure
Bajaj Infrastructure Development Company Ltd.
Bajaj International Realty Pvt. Ltd.
Promotors
COMPANY
PROMOTER OWNERSHIP
Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd. *
46.13%
Bajaj Corp Ltd. *
75%
Bajaj Energy Pvt. Ltd.
100%
Lalitpur Power Generation Company Ltd.
74%
Bajaj Infrastructure Development
Company Ltd.
100%
Bajaj International Realty Pvt. Ltd.
100%
Market Capitalization of the listed companies as on December 2, 2013
Rs. 4,326 crore / US$ 695 million
* Listed companies
Group Revenue – FY2013
Real Estate & Infra.,
3%, Rs.185 Crore
FMCG, 9%,
Rs.607Crore
Revenues
Rs. 6,953
crore
Power, 23%,
Rs.1630 Crore
Agri. Processing
Power
FMCG
Real Estate & Infra.
Agri. Processing,
65%, Rs.4531 crores
Group Revenue – Trend
(Rs. Crore)
CAGR 26.1%
REVENUES (Rs. Crore)
8,000
6,953
7,000
6,201
6,000
5,787
5,000
4,000
3,363
3,000
1,613
2,000
1,000
696
358
531
1,904
1,988
610
2,076
947
FY2001 FY2002 FY2003 FY2004 FY2005 FY2006 FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013
Shri Jamnalal Bajaj
Founder (1889-1942)
 Founded by Shri Jamnalal Bajaj,
freedom fighter, philanthropist and
close confidante of Mahatma
Gandhiji
 Started one of the first sugar mills
of India more than eight decades
ago in 1931
 Pioneer in encouraging domestic
manufacturing especially in the
agrarian sector
Shri Jamnalal Bajaj
Founder (1889-1942)
THE DISTILLERY UNIT AT
THE FIRST PLANT COMMENCED PRODUCTION
1931 - 1950
INCORPORATED
THE HINDUSTHAN SUGAR MILLS LIMITED
Shri Kamalnayan Bajaj
Chairman (1889-1942)
ESTABLISHED: SHARDA SUGAR &
INDUSTRIES LTD. AS A SUBSIDIARY
OF HINDUSTHAN SUGAR MILLS
LTD.
SET UP: THE JAMNALAL BAJAJ
TRUST TO SUPPORT RURAL
COMMUNITIES
1951 - 1970
Continuing Saga
AMALGAMATED: SHARDA SUGAR
& INDUSTRIES LTD WITH BHL
RENAMED: THE HINDUSTHAN SUGAR MILLS
AS
INCREASED: CAPACITY OF
CEMENT PLANT FROM 4 TO 6
MILLION TONS P.A.
1971 - 1990
Continuing Saga
COMMENCED: 7000 TCD GREENFIELD
SUGAR PLANT NEAR MEERUT – START OF A
MAJOR EXPANSION PROJECT
SET UP: DISTILLERY OF 60 KLD AT PALIA
KALAN (LAKHIMPUR DISTRICT)
SET UP: THE KAMALNAYAN BAJAJ TRUST
TO SUPPORT RURAL COMMUNITIES
SOLD: CEMENT PLANT TO J K
UDAIPUR UDYOG LTD.
1991 - 2011
COMMISSIONING: MEDIUM
DENSITY FIBRE BOARD PLANTS
UNDER BEPL IN CENTRAL AND
EASTERN UP UNDER
BAJAJ ECO-TEC
COMMENCED: 4 GREENFIELD
SUGAR PLANTS – 33,000 TCD
IN CENTRAL & WESTERN UP
CAPACITY RISES: AT EXISTING
UNITS – 53,000TCD TO 95,000
TCD
COMMENCED: DISTILLERY OF
160 KLD AT KINAUNI
(MEERUT DISTRICT)
COMMENCED: 3 GREENFIELD SUGAR
PLANTS – 34,000 TCD IN EAST UP UNDER
BAJAJ HINDUSTHAN SUGAR &
INDUSTRIES LTD.
(SUBSIDIARY)
TOTAL CANE CRUSHING CAPACITY:
1,36,000 TCD
BHL NOW NO.1 IN ASIA AND AMONGST
TOP 4 GLOBALLY
COMMENCED: 3 DISTILLERIES EACH OF
160 KLD ACROSS UP
DISTILLERY CAPACITIES: RISES FROM
540 KLD TO 800 KLD
COMMENCED: 3 GREENFIELD SUGAR
PLANTS-21,000 TCD IN WEST UP
ACQUISITION: PRATAPPUR SUGAR AND
INDUSTRIES LTD. IN EAST UP
LALITPUR POWER GENERATION
COMPANY LTD: COMMENCES
CONSTRUCTION OF 1980MW
SUPER CRITICAL POWER PLANT
BAJAJ CORP : ACQUIRES
NOMARKS
BAJAJ ENERGY PVT LTD: STARTS
COMMERCIAL OPERATION OF ITS
450MW THERMAL POWER
BAJAJ CORP IPO RAISES:
AROUND 3 BILLION
BAJAJ POWER + COAL MINING
BAJAJ ENERGY PVT LTD:
STARTS WORK ON THERMAL
POWER GENERATION
CAPACITIES OF 450MW
LALITPUR POWER GENERATION
COMPANY LTD: STARTS WORK ON A
1980 MW POWER PROJECT
BIDCO
BAJAJ INTERNATIONAL REALTY
PVT LTD. IS WHOLLY OWNED
SUBSIDIARY OF BIDCO WHICH
HANDLES THE REALTY BUSINESS
Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd.
Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd. - Snapshot

Largest sugar manufacturer in India with 14 sugar mills
with 136,000 TCD crushing capacity across 14 locations

Amongst the top 10 sugar companies in the world

India’s largest green fuel - Ethanol manufacturer with
a capacity of 800 KLD

Strong relationships with
over 7 million farmers
whose incomes have more than doubled from Rs.57
billion in 2008-09 to around Rs.135 billion in 2012
This pre-eminent position is the result of rapid greenfield expansions during
2003-2007. The Company has made the largest investment in the agriculture
sector in the State of Uttar Pradesh.
BHL: Eco-friendly Company

POWER GENERATION: We recycle bagasse residue to
generate 428 MW of power. After meeting our captive
needs, we supply 105 MW to the UP state grid

ETHANLOL: We have made pioneering efforts in the area
of renewable fuel and are India’s largest and the world’s
sixth largest producer of ethanol.

BIOGAS: Our biogas plants for distillery effluents at
Kinauni, Palia, Gola, Gangnauli, Khambarkhera and
Rudauli are setting standards for distillery facilities
across the country
BHL: Eco-friendly Company

IMPROVING THE SOIL PROFILE: We innovatively use
sugarcane residue to complement chemical fertilizers.
Low cost bio-compost manufactured from press mud – a
water waste product – improves soil texture and the
carbon / nitrogen ratio.

EMISSION CONTROLS: BHL has installed wet scrubbers to
restrict emission and a third of the plants are developed
as a green belt to mitigate the effects of any emissions.
Bajaj Corp Ltd. (BCL)
Bajaj Corp Ltd. (BCL) - Snapshot

Clear leader with a dominant market share in the light
hair oil FMCG segment

Bajaj Almond Drops , the flagship brand reaches 25
million households and is consumed by over 125 million
individuals on an annual basis

Fastest growing company in the FMCG sector with high
profitability and consistent performance

A zero debt company

Acquired “NOMARKS” brand in 2013
portfolio into the skin care category
to expand its
Bajaj Corp Ltd. (BCL) - Snapshot
Bajaj Energy Private Ltd.(BEPL)
BEPL - SNAPSHOT
450 MW Thermal Power Project

The Bajaj Group ‘s first foray into the thermal power
sector

450 MW thermal power capacity commissioned within
a record time of 20 months at an investment of
Rs.2,370 crore

Long term PPA with 100% cost pass through

Guaranteed 16% return on equity for 25 years

100% plant availability and profitable from the very
first year of operations
BEPL - SNAPSHOT
450 MW Thermal Power Project
Land
Environment clearance
Coal
Water
Financial closure

 Obtained

 Obtained

 Coal linkage obtained from Coal India Limited. 25 year FSA signed and coal
delivered to sites

 Water allocated
 Achieved: Project cost of Rs. 2,640 crore with 75:25 Debt-Equity

+
Escrow
 Escrow opened for 105% of billing value
Construction
commencement


Commissioning date


Power sale
January 2010
Commissioned and 97.5% availability factor achieved
 100% pass through PPA with guaranteed post tax RoE of 16% (incl. .0.5 %

timely completion incentive) signed;
Lalitpur Power Generation Company Ltd. LPGCL
LPGCL - Snapshot
1980 MW Super Critical Thermal Power Project

The Group strengthens its presence in the core
power sector through the implementation of a
1,980 MW thermal power plant using Super Critical
technology at Lalitpur in Uttar Pradesh

Total investment - Rs. 12,000 crore, the largest by
the Group

Long term PPA with 100% cost pass through

Guaranteed 15.5% return on equity for 25 years

Expected revenues of over Rs. 10,000 crore
LPGCL - Snapshot
1980 MW Super Critical Thermal Power Project
Land
Environment clearance
Coal
Water
Financial closure

 Obtained

 Obtained
 • Cleared by CCEA in June 2013. MOU/FSA to be signed by End October 2013 for 2 units of
660MW each

 Water allocated

 Achieved: Project cost of Rs. 12,112 crore with 73:27 Debt-Equity
+
Escrow
Construction
commencement
Commissioning date
Power sale
 Documentation completed
 March 2011



February 2015 Unit 1; June 2015 Unit 2; October 15 Unit 3

 100% pass through PPA with guaranteed post tax RoE of 15.5% signed
Bajaj infrastructure Development
Company Ltd. - BIDCO
BIDCO - Snapshot

BIDCO is the Group’s EPCM company focussed on
infrastructure projects in the power sector

In a short span has executed
Rs. 2,000 crore

Orders in hand aggregate Rs. 2,500 crore

Highly qualified technical manpower
projects aggregating
Bajaj International Realty - BIRPL
BIRPL - Snapshot

The Bajaj Group’s foray
development began in 2010
into
real
estate

Fully funded by the promoters and a zero debt
company BIRPL focusses only
on residential
development sin Mumbai

Total projects aggregating 6.6 million sq. ft.

Land bank of over 45 acres
Kamalnayan Jamnalal Bajaj
Foundation - KJBF
KJBF
40
Functional Approach
Water Harvesting
Capacity Building/
Networking
Water Management
Marketing Linkages
and Value Addition
Sustainable Agriculture
Practices
Alternative livelihood
TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCURRED

Total Investment
: Rs 22.50 Crore

KJBF Contribution
: Rs 19.45 Crore

Community Contribution
: Rs 1.35 Crore

Govt.\Other Contribution
: Rs 1.70 Crore
ROADMAP - 2020





Plan for 2012-13 Rs. 26.5 Crore.
Strengthening collaboration and networking of GOs & development
organisations.
Promoting agro-based livelihood focusing on efficient use of water,
dairy farming, horticulture and less water intensive cropping pattern.
To reach out in all 1000 villages of Wardha District by 2020.
Our Partners – Sir Ratan Tata Trust, Govt., NABARD, International Fund
for Agriculture Development, Self Employed Women’s Association etc.
For more info on Bajaj Group
please visit www.bajajgroup.org

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