Apparel and denim maker, Kewal Kiran Clothing reported a six per cent decline in net profit to Rs 11 crore ($1.5 million) in the quarter ended December 2020, as against Rs 12 crore it reported in the corresponding quarter last year.
According to a brand statement Covid-19 outbreak across the globe and in India has resulted unprecedented steps to combat it. Consequent to the nationwide lockdown from March 23, 2020, the company had to shut clown factories and stores and all operational activities across locations, impacting the business during the quarter.
Kewal Kiran owns brands like Killer, Integriti, LawmanPg3, Easies, and Desi Belle. The company currently has 336 retail stores 210 cities across 25 states and sells on leading e-commerce platforms across India.