- Aegis Logistics is in the business of import and distribution of Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) and storage and terminalling facility for LPG and chemical products.

- As LPG logistics volume were up 68% YoY, revenues grew 64% YoY in 3QFY20

- Liquids’ EBITDA increased 44% YoY to Rs.360m in the quarter as new capacities became fully operational.

- AGIS operates 115 stations and the company has guided to take this number to 120 by end-FY20. It plans to add 200 stations over next 5 years

- Uran-Chakan pipeline is expected to commence operation from Feb’20

- The company has EBITDA breakup of 77% gas and 23% liquid. In the LPG terminal and distribution businesses, AGIS has several ongoing projects, which will support future growth

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