Working Capital Management and Its Impact on Profitability in Tyre Industry: A Study of Selected Companies

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Tushar Rameshbhai Ajmera


Purpose: The main aim of this article is to find out the working capital management and its impact on profitability in Tyre Industry of selected companies which are listed on stock exchange in India.

Approach/ Methodology/ Design: For the study, a time span of 8 years from 2011-12 to 2018-19 is considered, and based on it, any relation of net profit margin ratio and working capital components like current ratio, quick ratio, inventory turnover ratio, working capital turnover ratio is considered. The sample is selected based on higher market capitalisation during the study period. Regression analysis is also employed to investigate the impact of WCM on corporate profitability.

Findings: The major findings of this study indicate that the profitability of Balkrishana was good   compared to the other companies. The working capital of Ceat shows highly positive working capital management, whereas Apollo shows negative working capital management. These results were identified with the help of accounting tool as Ratio analysis and statistical tools as Regression analysis and ANOVA test for selected data.

Practical Implication: The study examines the scenario of tyre industry with the help of working capital management in selected companies. The results of the study could be an indicator of the performance of the selected companies.  

Originality/Value:  This paper provides some key insights to health and efficiency of the selected companies. The working capital ratios are indicative of good working capital management, leading to identifying issue in financial management and eventually improving the performance of the tyre industry.

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Ajmera, T. R. (2021). Working Capital Management and Its Impact on Profitability in Tyre Industry: A Study of Selected Companies. Journal of Advanced Research in Economics and Administrative Sciences, 2(1), 40-46.