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INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT
Over the recent years, Indian footwear industry has seen a change in perception from basic consumption to a fashion and style consumption, thanks to an increase in disposable income, growing fashion consciousness and increase in discretionary spending. This has helped the Indian footwear industry too, which is now the second largest producer and third largest consumer of footwears in the world. The Indian footwear industry has witnessed a metamorphosis growth with the advent of new retail brands in the market. The industry has grown by leaps & bounds in the last decade with the introduction of new technology and inflow of investments. Your Company is predominantly engaged in the manufacturing of Light Weight Hawai Chappals, Canvas Shoes, PVC Shoes, Synthetic Leather Chappals, Fancy Chappals and also engaged in manufacturing of EVA Injected Footwear. Your Companys brand name LEHAR has built up a better image over the other brands available in the local market. The major demand in non leather footwear sector is of PU Chappals because it is the cheapest footwear available in India. The PU Chappals have captured 75% of demand in rural areas, because in rural areas people use this product as multipurpose footwear.
India is attracting various established fashion brands of the world as well as retailers who are reorienting their focus on the domestic footwear market, which has led to a significant increase in the market of retail outlets nationwide. Footwear industry has growth potential to be a $ 80 Billion industry by 2030, which means a CAGR of approximately, 20% in the next 15 years with great potential for exports and a huge domestic market.
Footwear Industry is green industry having no water, air, noise, industrial pollution, therefore, fits into the slogan of "ZERO DEFECT ZERO EFFECT" perfectly. All resources required for the industry are indigenously available in abundance. Also, the industry has tremendous potential to create 20 lakh new jobs at the grass root level primarily for weaker section of society. Women, SC/ST, poor and needy in next 5 years, meeting the agenda of the Central Government in job creation.
The identified challenges and threats before the Indian Footwear and Leather Industry are Indias competitiveness cheap and under invoiced imports, inadequate infrastructure, largest unorganised sector in comparison to organised, multiplicity of tax indication and trade regulation, lack of branding, capacity inadequacy, lack of skilled labour & labour wages, environmental issues and inadequate investment.
The industry operates in a complex regulatory environment and fully abides by law and regulations of the country it operates in. Any change in the laws and regulations governing the leather and footwear industry may affect the business and financial performance of the industry.
SEGMENT-WISE OR PRODUCT-WISE PERFORMANCE
The Company is mainly engaged in the business of manufacturing of Footwear, so the Management considers "Footwear" as the only business segment of the Company.
There is still lot of potential for growth in the turnover of the Company because the demand of Companys products in the market is fast increasing. The Company is specially developing an innovative and different type of product as per requirement of the market. There is a strong Demand of
Eva & PU product in the market hence management has planned to expand its production capacity to cater the increased demand.
RISK AND CONCERN
Your Company continuously ascertains risks and concerns in the Footwear Industry affecting its present operations, future performances and business environment. In order to overcome such risks and concerns your Company adopts preventive measures as considered expedient and necessary.
INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEM AND THEIR ADEQUACY
The Company has an adequate system of internal controls comprising authorization levels, supervision, checks and balances and procedures through documented policy guidelines and manuals, which provide that all transactions are authorized, recorded and reported correctly and compliance with policies and statutes are ensured. The operational managers exercise their control over business processes through operational systems, procedural manual and financial limits of authority manual, which are reviewed and updated on an ongoing basis to improve the systems and efficiency of operations. The company places prime importance on an effective internal audit system. The internal control system is supplemented by internal audit, regular review by the management and well-documented policies. The Company has an independent internal audit system to monitor the entire operations and services. The top management and Audit Committee of the Board review the findings of the Internal Auditor and takes remedial actions accordingly.
DISCUSSIONS ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE VIS-A-VIS OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE
During this Year (2017-18), the company has made net profit of 196.78 Lacs and last year (2016-17) net profit was Rs. 130.79 Lacs. This Year turnover of your company stands at Rs.7454.89 Lacs as against last year turnover Rs. 7325.62 Lacs.
Consequent to IND AS implication the sales figures of the current period as well as the last period have been recasted and shown at net of discount value.
MATERIAL DEVELOPMENTS IN HUMAN RESOURCES / INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS FRONT INCLUDING NUMBER OF PEOPLE EMPLOYED
The Company always believes that its growth is closely linked with the growth and overall development of its employees. The Company is committed to upgrade the skill of its employees and to create an environment where excellence is recognized and rewarded. The target is to place right people at right position and to enhance the efficiency, working speed, competency and time management skill of its employees. The Companys endeavour is to create an environment where people can use all of their capabilities in promoting the business of the Company. Number of people employed, as at 31/03/2018 is 329 including the contract labour.
The report may contain certain statements that the Company believes are, or may be considered to be "forward looking statements1 that describe our objectives, plans or goals. All these forward looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties, including but limited to, Government action, economic development, risks inherent in the Companys growth strategy and other factors that could cause the actual results to differ materially from those contemplated by the relevant forward looking statements.