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Ruchi Infrastructure Limited

(NSE: RUCHINFRA)

RUCHINFRA

7.8

-0.05 (-0.64%)

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Price Summary

Today’s High

7.9

Today’s Low

7.6

52 Week's High

7.9

52 Week's Low

7.6

Company Essentials

Market Cap

205.4 Cr

CASA

0.0

No. Of Shares

20.5 Cr

P/E

113.6

P/B

1.0

Face Value

1.0

Dividend Yeild

0.0

Book Value

5.8

Net Interest Income

275.2

Cost to Income

NA

Promoter Holdings

65.7

EPS

0.1

CAR

NA

ROE

0.9

ROCE

3.2

Profit Growth

NA

Peer Comparison

COMPANY

PRICE

MCAP (cr)

P/B

P/E

EPS

ROE

ROCE

NII

Ruchi Infrastructure Limited

7.7

205

1.0

113.6

0.1

0.9

3.2

275.2

Shree Ram Proteins Limited

86.1

243

1.3

72.6

0.4

1.8

5.6

1.4

Raj Oil Mills Limited

61.8

119

-10.0

33.1

2.7

0.0

29.3

2.81 L

Sanwaria Consumer Limited

0.8

77

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Shanti Overseas (India) Limited

22.7

26

0.9

0.0

-0.5

-2.0

3.2

9.8

NK Industries Limited

37.6

23

-0.0

0.0

-3.9

0.0

0.0

37.46 L

FAQ’s on Ruchi Infrastructure Limited

About

Ruchi Infrastructure Limited, a Ruchi group company, promoted by Dinesh Shahara is one of the leading tank farm companies, having storage terminals at 7 major ports in India and 5 Railway Siding Terminals.

Ruchi Infrastructure is primarily engaged in the businesses of storage and transportation of edible oils, petroleum, liquid bulk chemicals, agricultural products etc., in refining of edible oils and manufacturing of vanaspati. Ruchi Infrastructure is having storage terminals at major ports (jamnagar, haldia, mangalore, chennai, cochin, karwar etc) and at railway side terminals (kanpur, doraha, jaipur, hyderabad & cuttack).

Ruchi Group of Industries is a well-known industrial group based in Indore, Madhya Pradesh with its various manufacturing units located dotting the industrial map of India. The group has its corporate headquarters in Indore, with offices in Mumbai, New Delhi, Calcutta, Chennai and other major business centers in the country. The Group's business interests vary in different products. It has manufacturing and trading facilities of Soyabean products, Oils and Fats, Agri-business, Cold Rolled Steel, Galvanized Steel, Color Coated Steel, Tor Steel, Alloy Steel etc.

Ruchi Infrastructure was the first to construct storage tanks for edible oils in the state of Kerala at Cochin in the year 1996 and since then have constructed around 2.5 lakh tons of storage capacity at major ports and railway siding terminals.

Company has set up its own Jetty at Rosy in Jamnagar for Handling liquid cargo as well as dry cargo with full-fledged testing laboratory and material handling system. The Jetty is well equipped to handle around 6 lakh tons of dry cargo per year. The process of expanding the capacity to 1 million toms of dry cargo per year is under progress. Company port based terminals have separated pumps and pipelines that can be operated round the clock and does not require port or customs permission for deliveries even on Sundays / Holidays.

Company has port based storage tanks at Jamnagar, Karwar, Manglore, Cochin, Chennai, Kakinada, Kandla and Haldia. It also has inland Railway siding Terminals at Ludhiana, Jaipur, Kanpur, Cuttack and Hyderabad.

Ruchi Infrastructure has forayed into the field of agricultural warehousing which would be guided by principles of direct sourcing from farmers, cleaning, grading, packing, processing, scientific storage through capacity building and infrastructure creation.Products and services

Ruchi Infrastructure is primarily engaged in the businesses of storage and transportation of Edible oils, petroleum, liquid bulk chemicals, agricultural products etc

Clientele

  • Hindustan Lever Chemicals Ltd.
  • Philips Carbon Black Ltd.
  • Britannia Industries Ltd. 
  • Tata Chemicals Ltd. 

And their respective group companies.

Future plan:Company has set up its own Jetty at Rosy in Jamnagar for Handling liquid cargo as well as dry cargo with full-fledged testing laboratory and material handling system. The Jetty is well equipped to handle around 6 lakh tons of dry cargo per year. The process of expanding the capacity to 1 million toms of dry cargo per year is under progress.