Bapcor Acquisition synergy reaping optimisation benefits

Acquisition synergy reaping optimisation benefits:Bapcor, operator in Auto Parts stores across Australia, has recently indicated about the optimisation benefits estimated to be witnessed following the acquisition of Hellaby Holdings. The acquisition synergies are said to provide growth via the adopted strategy. Meanwhile, BAP has also reported for a decent result with revenue of $1,013.6 million up by about 48% and NPAT of $65.8 million from continuing operations, which is up by 50.9%. Increased sales and margin improvement have driven the earnings growth. Burson Trade segment has delivered strong sales and profit growth with total revenue growth of 11.0%. Retail & Service segment recorded an increase in EBITDA of 30.3% while Specialist Wholesale segment (excluding Hellaby) recorded revenue growth of 105.7% and EBITDA growth of 141.1%. Overall, BAP is said to be progressing well on its five-year strategic plan. The group now expects its net profit from continuing operations to be up about 30% in FY 2018. The group plans to provide an insight of its strategy and operations during its annual general meeting on November 02, 2017. Looking at the trading scenario, some of the positives seem to be already considered in the present stock value and the stock appears to trade at a higher level compared to many peers.

 

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