Textile - Spinning
|Market Cap||948 Cr||EPS||104.6||High||280|
|Stock P/E||2.5||Net Profit Margin||NA||Low||267.85|
Nahar Spinning Mills Price chart
|Market Cap||948 Cr||ROE||40.2%|
|P/B Ratio||0.6||Dividend Yield||1.3%|
|Industry P/E||24.1||Book Value||445.6|
About the Company
Starting out as a tiny worsted spinning & hosiery unit in Ludhiana, Nahar Spinning Mills was incorporated as private limited company in December 1980 & became a public limited company in 1983. The steady growth in manufacture & export of woolen/cotton hosiery, knitwears & woolen textiles enabled the company to earn the recognition as an “Export House” followed by a “Recognized Trading House” by the Government of India in a short span of 8 years.
The company is the part of Nahar Group of Companies. The group was established in 1949 with the incorporation of oswal woollen mills limited. From there it had surged ahead to establish itself as a reputed industrial conglomerate with a wide ranging portfolio from wool combing, spinning, knitting, fabric, hosiery garments etc. other group companies are Nahar Industrial Enterprises Limited, Nahar Investments and Holdings Limited, Nahar Capital and Financial Services Limited.
Spinning a web of pure enchantment seems to be the aim and objective of Nahar Spinning, reckoned to be the blue-chip in the Nahar firmament.In 1992, as a measure of backward integration, the company diversified into the Spinning Industry. Today it has an installed spindlage of 335000 spindles.
Simultaneously the company also established an ultra modern facility to manufacture 12.5 Million pieces of Hosiery Garments. Today Nahar Spinning’s T-shirts are being exported to reputed international brands such as GAP, Arrow, Old Navy, Pierre Cardin, Philips Van Heusen, Izod, Quicksilver, Price Costco…
As a measure of further value addition Nahan Spining has put up a plant for the manufacture of fine count mercerized yarn & fabrics catering to both, the domestic hosiery garment market as well as export markets.
To make use of the emerging opportunities on the Global Textile Scenario and also to have a focused business approach, the company went in for the Scheme of demerger and arrangement to restructure its businesses. The Scheme has already been approved by the Hob’ble Punjab & Haryana High Court vide its Order dt. 21st December, 2006. As per the scheme, company’s Investment Activities stand demerged and transferred to Nahar Capital and Financial Services Limited. This has drawn a visible line between two segment i.e., One Industrial (Textile) business and Secondly Investment and Financial Activities.
Further as per the scheme “Textiles Business” of Nahar Exports Limited stand demerged and transferred to the company (post demerger of investment business) in accordance with the terms of the scheme. Thus upon implementation of the Scheme the spindlage capacity of the company stand increased to 3.35 Lacs spindles.Keeping in view the emerging opportunities arising out of the quota free global trade w.e.f. 1st January 2005, the Management decided to invest Rs 112.45 crore in the capacity expansion. The company shall be putting up an Ultra Modern Spinning and Knitting cum Dyeing Plant with a capacity of 25000 spindles at village Lalru, Patiala. The expansion is financed by way of term loan of Rs 80 crore from the Financial Institutions under Tuff scheme and balance from the internal accounts of the company. The management is quite optimistic that enhanced capacity will enable the company to improve its financial performance in the coming years.
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|Parent Organisation||Nahar Spinning Mills Ltd.||Managing Director||Dinesh Oswal|
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