Hero Cycles Led HMC Records Highest Revenue
New Delhi, 29th December 2017: Hero Cycles, part of Hero Motors Company (HMC) Group, has recorded 10 percent growth in revenues in the current financial year. Hero Cycles continues to dominate and surprise industry analysts with a steadfast growth curve reflecting the cycle business as a lucrative and strong focus area for the group. The growth in revenue is on account of some radical moves like the manufacturing hub in Sri Lanka and the coveted design centre HGD (Hero Global Design) in Manchester UK. Such a set-up has not only ensured top notch innovation but also a world class product pipeline which is being manufactured at a very competitive cost.
The otherverticals comprising of the Auto OEM and Auto Components business too have beenmirroring the cycle business with dynamic growth and new business acquisitions.The auto business now sums up to about Rs 1,000 core in revenue which is a 10percent growth from last year and the profits too being very healthy at 45percent by the end of the current financial year.“The international companies acquired by us have not only brought in the besttalent from across the world but cutting-edge technology which has put us in acommanding position to continue being the market leader in whichever businesswe operate in. Hero Global Design our state of the art design centre inManchester is the nucleus of innovation and technology and their product luneups have ensured that all our factories go up the curve in terms of designlanguage of our products which are much ahead of competition in India andacross the world. As a matter of fact, our NPD range has been receiving a verygood response and now accounts for over 30 percent of our domestic salesensuring that we continuously keep striving hard to maintain undisputed leadershipacross segments and categories,” said Mr Pankaj Munjal, Chairman & ManagingDirector, HMC Group. In what can be termed as a rock solid performance, the transnationalcorporation HMC has been quietly bucking all trends and clocking some very strongnumbers.