Tata Motors made a net profit of INR 385 bil in 2017, up 293% compared to the previous year. Total sales reached INR 2,954 bil, which is up 7.62% when compared to the previous year.
Historically, between 2001 and 2017, the company’s net profit reached a high of INR 385 bil in 2017 and a low of INR -200 bil in 2016. Over the last decade the firm's net profit increased by an average of 33.3% a year.
Sales have grown by 22.1% a year on average since 2007. They reached a high of INR 2,954 bil in 2017 and a low of INR 76.7 bil in 2001.
The company has been operating with an average EBITDA margin of 13.3% in the last 5 years and average net margin of 4.22%. The firm generated an average return on invested capital of 8.97% for its shareholders over the last five years.
As far as Tata Motors's peers are concerned, Kamaz Group posted a net profit and sales of RUB 3,367 mil and RUB 158,667 mil in 2017, Scania Group generated a net profit of SEK 8,705 mil (with sales of SEK 119,713 mil), and MAN SE netted USD EUR 311 mil (sales of EUR 14,342 mil).