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Margins of all Private Labels – Pantaloon / Future Group

December 9, 2009


retail-marginsIf you have been a regular reader here, you are already aware of the ongoing fight between Retailers and Manufacturers over product margins, which has promoted retailers to renew their focus on Private Labels. To quench the thirst of our reader’s mind, we decided to research on all the private labels the Pantaloon Retail / Future Market and Consumer Group owns as part of Future Brands and the margins their off.

The share of private labels is different for various segments operated by the company. Its share in the fashion and electronics segment is higher at 80% and 20%, respectively, while that in food and general merchandise is lower at 5-8%. According to the management, the share of private labels in the food and electronics segment is growing by approximately 100 bps annually.

Apparels – Gross margin Range 45% to 60%

  • For Him the brands are as follows – John Miller, F-Factor,Bare, Lombard
  • For Her – Honey, Annabelle, Mix and Match
  • Unisex – Bare, RIG, Ajile, Akkriti
  • Kids and Infants – Chalk, Bare 714

Food and FMCG – Gross Margin of 20% to 40%

  • Snacks, Cola and soft drinks – Tasty Treat
  • Packaged tea – Fresh and Pure
  • Comodity food like Poha – Ekta
  • Packaged Pulses and Rice – Premium Harvest

Home Care and Other Merchandise – Gross margins of 25-45% and the brands are as follows

  • Aluminum Foil and Baby Diapers – Caremate
  • Detergent Bars and scrubbers – Cleanmate [It is CLEAN]
  • Kitchenware – Dream Kitchen
  • Bed and Bath Linen – Dream Bed and Bath

Consumer Durables has gross margins of 15-30% with the following brands as SKUS in its stores,

  • Air Conditioners – Koryo,SENSI
  • Micro wave Ovens and Multimedia Home speakers – Koryo

Currently, private labels contribute 20% to the topline of the company, which according to the management is expected to reach 25%, going forward.

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