@Vikas Sharma | Sr Journalist
New Delhi : The leading Urban Development & Infrastructure consultancy firm REPL (Rudrabhishek Enterprises Ltd.) today held its 26th AGM at the YWCA, New Delhi. This was the company’s first AGM after getting listed at NSE Emerge earlier this year in July 2018. The company has shown robust growth, keeping intact the trends of past several years.
Mr. Pradeep Misra, CMD of REPL said, “Financial Year 2017-18 has proven to be a year of many milestones, achievements and recognition for our company. Our company recorded sales of Rs. 38.42 Cr and EBITDA of Rs. 8.44 Cr in FY 18, which is a growth of 39.40% and 20.63% respectively over FY 17. The PAT stood at Rs. 5.26 Cr. The transition to a public listed company (NSE – SME Emerge platform), has not only enhanced our credibility but made us a part of the bigger picture.”
During the financial year REPL was awarded with many large scale prestigious projects such as Kanpur Smart City, Dehradun Smart City, DG-MAP Meerut, PMAY-UP, and Street Vending Plan -Haryana etc. Mr. Misra further stated that in the coming fiscal year the company is targeting to further expand in other areas of infrastructure sector such as highways. The company’s business is perfectly aligned with the overall central and state government policies and vision, and therefore the business outlook is highly optimistic. Long experience and in-house expertise in urban development and infrastructure will bring much more business opportunities in the coming year.
During the previous year REPL has signed an important MoU with the Hungarian multinational Graphisoft for implementation of BIM (Building Information Modelling); and with Italian firm Team Systems SPA for STR Vision CPM (Construction Project Management). Now REPL is one of the few BIM compliant consultancy firms in the country. These technological applications gives us edge in serving clients better in more cost efficient matter.
After listing at NSE, the REPL net worth has gone up and it is now in the league which is largely dominated by MNCs till now, but devaluation of Indian Rupee (INR) has given REPL and other domestic companies an edge over MNCs of similar field.