 “Nestlé” is a Swiss-German word which means “Little Nest” which is its trademark Nestlé is the worlds‟ number one food company 5th largest company of the world according to its turn over 283000 people employed from all over the world Present in 81 countries of the globe having 522 factories     .

966 Million Net Profit-Rs 8186.648 Million .93 Million Business Operation-Consumer Food FinancialsTotal Income-Rs 62973.18 Million Market Capital-Rs 420468.       Date of Establishment-1959 Revenue-Rs 63773.

14% .55% MILK.23% CHOCOLATE.80% COFFEE.    INSTANT NOODLES.

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    Milk Products and Nutrition 43% Beverages 20% Chocolates and Confectionary 21% Prepared Dishes and Cooking Aids 16% .

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coffee seeds. sugar. even if near-term earnings are negatively affected as a result 11 . Strong Service Offerings The company is acknowledged amongst India's 'Most Respected Companies' and amongst the 'Top Wealth Creators of India'. Call for Action Nestle's Senior Management should make strategic decisions and acquisitions and carry assets that maximize expected value. 2 Nestle’s material costs Milk. 3 The bottom line was also hit by 65% y-o-y.Causes of Worry for Nestle India in the next 3-5 year time frame 1 Nestle’s employee costs rose by 65% to Rs138 cr during the quarter. While Nestle has not disclosed the actuarial component in employee costs. Milk and sugar costs have been rising sharply.6%. chiefly due to provisions for retirement benefits. The Company continuously focuses its efforts to better understand the changing lifestyles of India and anticipate consumer needs in order to provide Taste. It is the first time in the past three years that the company reported a y-o-y drop in its quarterly net profit. Nestle being no exception. Health and Wellness through its product offerings. employee cost in the previous quarter was only Rs 97 cr. Nutrition. over the year-ago period in 2008. At 14. Consumer non-durable companies have been spending heavily on advertising. the company has logged its lowest operating profit margin in the past eleven quarters. flour and vegetable oils are some of the key material inputs.

PARTICULARS Share Capital Reserves & Surplus Secured Loans Plant. Machinery etc Investments Inventories Sundry Debtors Cash Other Current Assets Current Liabilities Other Liabilities Sales & Other Revenue Material Consumed Manufacturing & other expenses Excise Duty Interest Expense 2006 964157 2924722 162676 5800369 777732 2762185 5567569 763560 1270424 3135917 3952808 29648063 13366621 9574238 1281317 4408 2005 (In Rs „ooo) 964157 2577176 143045 4965953 1044276 2530993 305247 366453 1424272 3198326 3654969 26676305 11280564 8390049 1669862 2122 .

What additional information might be useful? . Prepare financial statement  Comment on Nestle India’s performance in 2006.

particulars Revenues sales and other revenues Excise duty 2006 2005 29648063 1281317 28366746 26676305 1669862 25006443 11280564 8390049 19670613 5335830 Expenses Material consumed Manufacturing and other expenses Operating profit 13366321 9574238 22940559 5426187 .

particulars Other expenses Interest expense Net profit before tax Income tax Net profit after tax 2006 4408 5421779 1654274 3767505 2005 2122 5333708 1594859 3738849 .

953 1.157 2.800.879 162.924.722 2006 (Rs.965.176 3.) 964.051.369 777.555 3.577.888.) 2005 (Rs.684.157 2.particulars Equity(share holder‟s fund) Share capital Revenues and surplus Secured loans 964.378 Fixed assets Plants and machinery Investments 5.732 4.676 4.333 143.044.045 3.541.276 .

965 3.295 .853.272 2005 763.424 2.247 1.654.738 3.993 305.530.688.808 7.270.626.969 6.735.762.725 366.424.353.185 557.569 1.560 5.952.453 4.198.2006 Current Assets inventories Sundry Debtors Other current assets Cash Current liabilities Other liabilities 2.917 3.326 3.

2005  Revenue from sales in 29648063 26676305  Increase in sales and revenues in 2006 = 29648063-26676305 =2971758  Percentage increase in sales and revenues =2971758/26676305 =0.14% 2006 .11140066*100 =11.

76% .   Net profit after tax in 2006 Net profit after tax in 2005 Increase in profit 3738849 Percentage increase in profit =28656/3738849 =3767505 =3738849 =3767505=28656  =0.00766439*100 =0.

76%.t. Although there was an increase in material consumed as well but the gross profit of year 2006 was higher than that of 2005.   The Net Profit of 2006 is greater than that of 2005.r. previous year. Although the sales and other revenues of the company rose by 11.1%. Also the company’s sales and other revenues increased in the year 2006 by 11.1% the net profit of the company has increased just by 0. which shows that company’s performance has enhanced w. Hence we can say that the percentage increase in Revenues is less than percentage increase in expenses hence the net profit increase is not as much as increase in Revenue. .

127074*100 =12. We can also calculate Net Profit Ratio(NPR) of the company and compare its performance in 2 years. Hence the profitability of company was higher in 2005 than in 2006.1401*100 =14.7% NPR for 2005 =3738849/26676305 =0.7% while for 2005 is 14.01%. NPR = Net Profit/ Revenue x 100 NPR for 2006 =3767505/29648063 =0. .01% The NPR for 2006 is 12.

Operating margin =operating income / net sales Operating margin for 2006= 5426187/ 29648063  = 18.2% Hence the operating margin of company was higher in 2005 than in 2006.3% Operating margin for 2005= 5335830/ 26676305 = 20. .

91 = 14.738/ 3.198.353.965/ 3.326  = 14.Current ratio= current assets/ current liabilities  Current ratio for 2006= 5.735.626.33 Current ratio for 2005= 4.46 Current ratio is almost same for both the years .

55321 Quick ratio for 2005= 10637194/6853295 = 1.5527 Quick ratio is almost same for both the years . Quick ratio= total assets/ total liabilities Quick ratio for 2006= 11931839/7688725 = 1.  .

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