“The company had been expecting a good festive season given the fact that there were signs that customers wanted to feel good by stepping out and shopping after six months of being restricted primarily to their homes. Q3 did not disappoint. The jewellery division crossed the recovery phase to growth phase and other two large divisions have also moved much closer to full recovery,” Titan said in a submitting to the BSE.
The firm that sells watches, jewelry and eyewear mentioned it witnessed 15 per cent development (excluding sale of uncooked gold) in jewelry division within the third quarter pushed by pent-up demand for bridal jewelry. Most weddings had been postponed within the first half of the fiscal because of pandemic-led restrictions. Improving walk-ins and sale in metros, particularly in sub- Rs 1 lakh class and studded section, sustained development even after Dussehra-Diwali season. Ticket measurement continued to be larger because of larger gold charges and better share of wedding-related merchandise however 100 per cent restoration in consumers (variety of invoices) is but to be seen, the corporate said in its quarterly replace.
Ecommerce led the restoration of watches and wearables division which clocked a restoration charge of about 88 per cent pushed by surge in footfall in buying zones and sale of a number of merchandise or larger ticket measurement product in a single bill.
Eyewear division clocked a restoration of 92 per cent, in comparison with the income of the identical quarter final yr. Other companies equivalent to Indian put on model Taneira famous a income restoration of about 80 per cent.
Titan had posted 8.59 per cent enhance in income to Rs 6225.89 crore in the identical quarter in 2019 pushed by good festive and wedding ceremony season. The jewelry division revenues had been up by 10.6 per cent in Q3 over 2018. Income from watches had registered marginal decline of two.four per cent over 2018 on account of poor December month for gross sales.