Lanka IOC Plc operates in the Petroleum bulk stations & terminals sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Lanka IOC Plc with three other
miscellaneous retailers and wholesalers in Asia:
Nissin Shoji Co., Ltd.
sales of 60.04 billion Japanese Yen [US$534.94 million]
Pla Matels Corporation
(60.08 billion Japanese Yen [US$535.29 million]
Sanrio Company Limited
based in Japan
(60.22 billion Japanese Yen [US$536.56 million]
of which 75%
Lanka IOC Plc reported sales of 92.61 billion Sri Lanka Rupees (US$541.77 million)
March of 2018.
increase of 13.3%
versus 2017, when the company's sales were 81.77 billion Sri Lanka Rupees.
Sales of Lanka Petrol Ninety Octane saw an increase
that was more than double the company's growth rate: sales were up
121.2% in 2018, from
6.74 million Sri Lanka Rupees to 14.91 million Sri Lanka Rupees.
Lanka IOC Plc also saw significant increases in sales in
Bunkering Operations (up 99.7% to 18.18 billion Sri Lanka Rupees)
Xtrapremium 95 (up 20.6% to 6.05 billion Sri Lanka Rupees)
Xtrapremium Euro 3 (up 27.6% to 4.84 billion Sri Lanka Rupees)
Lubricants (up 18.7% to 3.25 billion Sri Lanka Rupees)
Xtramile (up 22.4% to 3.11 billion Sri Lanka Rupees)
Lanka Super Diesel (up 34.8% to 2.32 billion Sri Lanka Rupees)
Not all segments of Lanka IOC Plc experienced an increase in sales in 2018:
sales of Bitumen fell 36.4% to 1.49 billion Sri Lanka Rupees.
(However, this segment's sales were only a very small portion of the company's overall sales).
Lanka IOC Plc also experienced decreases in sales in
Lanka Auto Diesel (down 4.5% to 26.84 billion Sri Lanka Rupees)
Lanka Petrol 92 (down 1.7% to 25.25 billion Sri Lanka Rupees)