Sat. Jul 13th, 2024 online news,Haryana, November 4, 2023: Delhivery Limited (NSE: DELHIVERY, BOM: 543529) reported revenue from services of Rs. 1,942 Cr in Q2 FY24, up 8% YoY from Rs. 1,796 Cr in Q2 FY23.

Adjusted EBITDA loss reduced by 90% YoY to Rs. 13 Cr in Q2 FY24 from Rs. 125 Cr in Q2 FY23. Loss after Tax in the same period narrowed by 59% on YoY basis to Rs. 103 Cr in Q2 FY24 from Rs 254 Cr in Q2 FY23.

Express Parcel shipment volumes grew 12% YoY to 181 million in Q1 FY24 from 161 million in Q2 FY23, despite last year’s volume getting a boost from early part of the festive season sales falling in Q2.

Correspondingly, revenue from Express Parcel services grew 8% YoY to Rs. 1,210 crores in Q2 FY24 from Rs. 1,125 Cr in Q2 FY23. Part Truckload volumes grew 22% YoY to 348K tons in Q2 FY24 from 286K tons in Q2 FY23.

Correspondingly, revenue from Part Truckload services grew 28% YoY to Rs. 373 Cr in Q2 FY24 from Rs. 293 Cr in Q2 FY23, implying significantly better realization/kg on both YoY and QoQ basis.

Truckload business saw a robust YoY and QoQ revenue growth of 46% and 15%, respectively. “We are pleased with H1 operating and financial performance, in particular the reduction in receivables by ~12 days, ahead of our Q1 guidance.

Service quality remained robust throughout H1 and network utilization remained stable even as we expanded capacity in Q2, setting us up well for H2.

H2 has begun as per our expectations, with October Express volumes of 70M+ and daily PTL volumes beginning to touch 4,700-5,000MT levels. Volume levels at our mega-facilities have also been consistently high and our Tauru gateway recorded throughput beyond our original design expectations, which bodes well for our newer automated gateways at Bhiwandi and Bangalore”, said Sahil Barua, MD & CEO of Delhivery.

The company further announced that effective January 15, 2024, Suraj Saharan, co-founder of Delhivery, would take over as the Chief People Officer, and Varun Bakshi would take over as the Head of Business Development, Part Truckload Freight business effective January 09, 2024. Vivek Pabari, SVP of Corporate Finance, will take up additional responsibilities of Investor Relations & Treasury.

“These leadership appointments are aimed at creating experienced long-term leaders for key functions and business roles. As a co-founder of the company with a background in operations, Suraj’s experience will be key to driving our strategic HR priorities in areas like recruitment, engagement and training.

In addition, Varun Bakshi’s decade-long experience in institutional & corporate sales, entrepreneurial training and deep understanding of the market and our network will boost growth and profitability momentum in our Part Truckload business”, said Sahil Barua, CEO & MD, Delhivery 

Saharan is an alumnus of IIT Mumbai and prior to founding Delhivery, worked as a management consultant at Bain and Company.

Bakshi is an alumnus of IIT Delhi and IIM Bangalore with almost 10 years of sales experience at Deutsche Bank apart from stints with Invest India and as a fintech entrepreneur.

Pabari is an alumnus of IIM Bangalore with 13 years of experience in Investment Banking and Corporate Finance.

Non-GAAP measures

Adjusted EBITDA is calculated by adding back to the Company’s PAT any non-recurring expenses, any non-cash expenses, depreciation & amortization, finance costs, tax as well as adjusting for any IndAS 116 related adjustments to lease rentals.

This metric reflects the operating cash profitability of the Company’s business and is used by the management team for overall assessment of the business, to make operating decisions, preparation of annual operating plans, and to communicate to the stakeholders about the financial performance.