Business Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Wednesday, 27 October 2021 Updated to 03:40 PM IST
Maruti Suzuki India’s net profit fell 66 per cent to Rs 487 crore in the second quarter.
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Highest exports in the second quarter
However, the company exported 59,408 units in the second quarter, up from 22,511 units in the same quarter a year ago, the highest in the company’s history. The company said it could not produce nearly 1.16 lakh vehicles, in line with domestic models, due to lack of electronics components. Maruti Suzuki India has over 2 lakh customer orders pending at the end of the quarter, for which it is making every effort to expedite deliveries. The company had sold a total of 7,33,155 units in the first half of the financial year ended September 30, compared to 6,28,228 units domestically. The company had exported 32,083 units during the same period last fiscal, up from 1,04,927 units in the same period last fiscal.