A net profit of ₹22 crore was declared by Om Infra Ltd for the second quarter that concluded on September 30. In the July–September quarter of the previous fiscal year, 2022–2023—the company recorded a net loss of ₹ 6.12 crore, it said in a statement on Saturday.
From ₹ 73.30 crore in the same period last year to ₹ 258.91 crore in the second quarter of the current financial year, the company’s operating revenue increased dramatically. “A top line of ₹ 546 crore was attained. Shahpur Kandi Punjab Project, Isarda Dam, and Jal Jeevan Mission Projects were the main donors. With increased order books, we are well-positioned for steady growth going forward,” remarked Om Infra Limited’s chief financial officer, SK Jain.
Om Infra, situated in Rajasthan, offers turnkey solutions for a range of infrastructure projects.
Om Infra Limited is a conglomerate with a wide range of business ventures and interests in the areas of hydro mechanical equipment, real estate, entertainment venues, hotels, hydro power developments, and turnkey steel fabrication solutions.
PHED, PWD, and various corporations have used this leading ISO 9002 company, which was founded in 1971, as a pioneer in the field of turnkey execution, including design, detailed engineering, manufacturing, supply, installation, testing, and commissioning of a full range of hydromechanical equipment for hydroelectric power and irrigation projects. Om Infra Limited boasts a portfolio of over 40 successfully completed hydro-mechanical equipment design, manufacture, supply, erection, testing, and commissioning projects in India and overseas.
With over 200 administrative and technical staff members as well as over 400 trained and semi-skilled laborers, Om Infra Limited is fully equipped and resourceful to complete projects of any size on schedule and with confidence. It possesses the essential and vital plants, machinery, staff, and equipment needed to complete turnkey contracts for hydroelectric power projects of all sizes.