DMart Business model

Avenue Supermarts limited which is also known as Dmart.

company was started by Mr. Radhakishan Damani, who is a well-known value investor of India, he started this company in the year 2000 and in 2002.

Subsidiary of Dmart Company

Dmart Company has three subsidiaries: 1. Align Retail Trades 2. Avenue Food Plaza 3. Avenue E-Commerce

Align Retail Trades: Align Retail Trades, which is the largest segment and the largest subsidiary, had a revenue of Rs 1296 crore and profit after tax of Rs 16 crore. Avenue Food Plaza: The Avenue Food Plaza subsidiary had made a revenue of Rs 15 crore, out of which the loss was Rs 2 crore. Avenue E-Commerce: Avenue E-Commerce had made a revenue of about Rs 793 crore, in which they had a loss of Rs 81 crore.

Dmart has many sub-brands like D Mart, DMart Minimax, D Mart Premia, D homes, Dutch Harbors, etc. Dmart Company has three Business Segments: 1. General Merchandise & Apparel 2. Product segment 3. FMCG

Dmart:  Avenue Supermarts LimitedDmart  Market Cap:  3,00,384 (crore INR) Return on Equity:  9.45% Net Profit Margin:  4.55% P/E ratio (Price to Earnings):  219 5 year Sales CAGR:  23% Operating Profit Margin:  7.86% Price to Book:  23.6 1 year returns:  72.8% Current Ratio:  3.27 Debt to equity:  0.04

Revenue of the company Out of all these segments:  Food segments contribute approx 57.41%,  FMCG contributes approx 19.69%,  and remaining general merchandise & apparel contributes approx 22.90% 

Company has 234 stores in Several states in India. So not only this company is in Maharashtra but it is present in many such states like Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, NCR, Punjab, Rajasthan.

The company has converted 2 stores in Mumbai into fulfillment centers and currently has a presence in 7 cities including Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Surat, and Vadodara.