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DCIL clocks highest Q2 revenue in 10 years

Visakhapatnam: Dredging Company of India Restricted (DCIL), which has its head workplace in Visakhapatnam, has reported turnaround efficiency in Q2 (July-September) of present monetary yr with a revenue of Rs 28.61 crore as towards lack of Rs 3.98 crore in the identical quarter throughout 2021-22. That is the best second quarter revenue within the final 10 years. The Incomes per Share (EPS) was Rs 10.22. The EBITDA for Q2 was at Rs 62.68 crore as towards Rs 27.97 crore throughout the identical interval final yr.

DCIL has achieved promising efficiency regardless of rising gas costs primarily as a result of Russia-Ukraine warfare. All the present tasks have been monitored meticulously and executed on time to the whole satisfaction of the shoppers.

Visakhapatnam Port Authority (VPA) Chairman, who can also be the Chairman of DCIL Ok Rama Mohana Rao, Chairman of DCIL Capt S Divakar mentioned on Thursday that they may do nicely as a result of workforce efforts of all the workers of DCIL.

They mentioned the corporate is dedicated to keep up this upward development and proceed to indicate improved efficiency which is aiming at a file highest ever turnover of Rs 1,000 crore for present fiscal, based on a media launch.

DCIL, a mini ratna firm, is now owned by a consortium comprising VPA, Deen Dayal Port Authority, Paradip Port Authority and Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority, in 2019. After the Central authorities dropped the proposal for strategic sale of DCIL on the route of then Delivery Minister Nitin Gadkari, the 4 main ports picked up 73 per cent fairness of Authorities of India on cost of Rs 1,050 crore. VPA holds the best shareholding among the many 4 main ports.

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