Trimurthi Ltd Management Discussions.

This Management Discussion and Analysis Report addresses the expectations and Projections of the company for its future, about its Product Development, Market Position, Market Development and Penetration, Expenditure, Financial Results, Risks and Concerns etc. However, the expectations shared herein are not limited to the Companys Growth. The Companys actual results, performance or achievements could differ from those shared herein.

The unprecedented onset of Covid-19 pandemic has heavily impacted the global economy. The pandemic is raging high across the world with rising human casualties. Protecting lives and allowing health care systems to cope have required isolation, lockdowns, and widespread closures to slow the spread of the virus. The health crisis is therefore having a severe impact on economic activity. As a result of the pandemic, the global economy is projected to contract sharply by 4.9% in 2020, much worse than during the 2008–09 financial crisis.

The economic impact of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic in India has been largely disruptive. Indias growth in the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2020 went down to 3.1% according to the Ministry of Statistics. The Chief Economic Adviser to the Government of India said that this drop is mainly due to the coronavirus pandemic effect on the Indian economy. Notably India had also been witnessing a pre-pandemic slowdown, and according to the World Bank, the current pandemic has "magnified pre-existing risks to Indias economic outlook".

The different phases of Indias lockdown up to the "first unlock" on 1 June had varying degrees of the opening of the economy. On 17 April, the RBI Governor announced more measures to counter the economic impact of the pandemic including Rs. 50,000 crore special finance to NABARD, SIDBI, and NHB. On 18 April, to protect Indian companies during the pandemic, the government changed Indias foreign direct investment policy.

On the other hand, our Management declares that, the financial statements have been prepared in compliance with the requirements of the Companies Act, 2013, guidelines issued by the Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) in India.


The Fast-moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector is the 4th largest sector of the Indian economy. During F.Y. 2019-20, the sector witnessed growth of 7.2%, which is almost half of the 14% growth reported in F.Y. 2018-19.

The FMCG sector saw a sharp slowdown during the year on account of moderation in economic activity, low farm incomes and weak rural wage growth, liquidity crunch in the system, high unemployment levels and downtrading across categories. By March 2020, the sectoral growth also dropped. The Corona virus pandemic has further impacted the sector since March 2020 due to restrictions on movement of goods, supply side bottlenecks and impact on consumption. Consumers have been stocking up essential products such as packaged foods, staples, tea, coffee, milk, detergents, and other products of daily usage. During this phase, demand has also surged for health and hygiene products as these aspects came into sharp focus. There was a surge in demand for hygiene products like sanitizers and disinfectants in addition to immunity building OTC and healthcare products. However, discretionary and non-essential items have seen weak demand as the focus during the lockdown has been on food and hygiene.


The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to have a major negative impact across the world. It has led to quarantines, regional lockdowns and social distancing which are essential to contain the virus with particularly acute effects on sectors that rely on social interactions such as travel, hospitality, entertainment, and tourism. Workplace closures are disrupting supply chains and reducing productivity. Layoffs, lower incomes, fear of contagion, and heightened uncertainty make people spend less, leading to consumption squeeze and triggering further business closures and job losses. Health care expenditure, support to vulnerable sections of society and reduced tax revenue is likely to put severe pressure on fiscal balances of the government.

The FMCG landscape is undergoing a sea change with the emergence of COVID-19, which is also impacting consumer behavior across markets and geographies. The Food sector, which contributes to 57% of the overall FMCG market, comprises broad categories like packaged Atta, rice, edible oil, dairy products, beverages, baby food etc. During the year, this category witnessed growth of 8-9%. While the Food sector, riding on demand for consumer staples, has been growing at a good pace.

The Union Cabinet has given its approval to amend the existing FDI policy in the pharmaceutical sector in order to cover medical devices. The Cabinet has allowed FDI up to 100 per cent under the automatic route for manufacturing of medical devices subject to specified conditions. The Indian pharma market size is expected to grow to US $ 85 billion by 2020. The growth in Indian domestic market will be on back of increasing consumer spending, rapid urbanization, and raising healthcare insurance and so on.


The Company recognizes that its people have played a big role in making what the Company is today and therefore it accords top priority to attract and retain talent. The Company puts great emphasis on training and development of its employees to enhance efficiency. The Company believes in providing a fair compensation in line with industry norms and rewards them for good performance. The Company has 5 permanent employees as on 31.03.2020.


An effective risk management framework enhances the organizations ability to proactively address its risks and opportunities by determining a risk mitigation strategy and monitoring its progress on continuous basis.

Our risk management framework is intended to ensure that risks are identified in a timely manner. We have implemented an integrated risk management framework to identify, assess, prioritize, manage/mitigate, monitor and communicate the risk across the county.

Senior management personnel meet at regular intervals to identify various risks, assess, and prioritize the risks. After due deliberations, appropriate strategies are made for managing/mitigating the risks. The company takes the help of independent professional firms to review the risk management structure and implementation of risk management policies. Audit Committee on a quarterly basis, review the adequacy and effectiveness of the risk management strategies, implementation of risk management/mitigation policies, It advises the board on matters of significant concerns for redressal.


The system of internal control has been established to provide reasonable assurance of safeguarding assets and maintenance of proper Accounting Records and its accuracy. The business risks and its control procedures are reviewed frequently. Systems audit is also conducted regularly to review the systems with respect to Security and its Adequacy. Reports are prepared and circulated to Senior Management and action taken to strengthen controls where necessary.


Continued changes in the federal tax structure influence the fundamentals of the business. The Regulatory environment in the Consumer Goods industry continues to evolve with newer Health & Safety norms in the works. While some regulatory changes create new business opportunities, others come with significant costs and business restrictions.


Segment wise reporting is explained under note 2.24 & 2.28 of the standalone and consolidated financial statements of the Company respectively.


The macro-economic environment for the year under review was particularly challenging, marked by deceleration in economic activity accentuated by a sharp decline in consumption. Operations of all businesses were impacted towards the close of the year as the pandemic gained momentum.

However, during fiscal 2019-20, the company recorded Consolidated Revenue from Operations of Rs. 10,24,43,662 compared to Rs. 9,88,52,441 in fiscal 2018-19.

During fiscal 2019-20, the company recorded Standalone Revenue from Operations of Rs. 1,03,23,268 compared to Rs. 3,59,19,452 in fiscal 2018-19.


a.) Debtors Turnover: -49.89%

b.) Inventory Turnover: -55.11%

c.) Interest Coverage Ratio: N.A.

d.) Current Ratio: 344.37%

e.) Debt Equity Ratio: -85.29%

f.) Operating Profit Margin (%): -75.93%

g.) Net Profit Margin (%): -67.96%

h.) Sector-specific equivalent ratios, as applicable: N.A

i) Details of any change in return on net worth as compared to the immediately previous financial year along with a detailed explanation thereof : -67.96%

j) Disclosure of Accounting Treatment :

The Company has not carried out any treatment different from that prescribed in Accounting Standards.

Explanation: Turnover was reduced because the food business was shifted to Subsidiary Company and it has affected the other ratios as well.


Statements in this Management Discussion and Analysis Report may be "forward looking statements" within the meaning of applicable securities laws and regulations. These statements are based on certain assumption and expectations of future events. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed or implied. Important facts that could make a difference at the Companys operations include economic conditions affecting domestic demand and supply conditions, finished goods prices, changes in government regulations and tax regime etc. The Company assumes no responsibility to publicly amend, modify or revise any forward looking statements on the basis of subsequent developments, information or events.