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Thursday, July 3, 2008

Recent insider news of some exciting 250 companies.

Below given are some of the company which am in active touch with.It may so happen that at a later point of time i would suggest the below mentioned ones.But till that time some points which made me look at them.Soon would update you guys about the management coments on the respective companies.


1)Shrenuj & Co:Targets a revenue of US$1 billion by the year 2012.

2)Simplex Infrastructures:The current order book is at Rs 10012 crore.

3)Indian Bank:Hikes Dividend from 30% to 40%.

4)Tata Steel:Return on Invested capital to be increased to 30% by 2012.

5)Setco Automotive:Capex and Investment Plan of Rs 62 crore.

6)Patel Engineering:Expects a growth of 20% to 30% for FY09.

7)LIC Housing Finance:Gross NPA ratio has declined from 2.58% to 1.7% while net NPA ratio declined from 1.26% to 0.64%.

8)Jagran Prakashan:OPM to remain stable or improve from FY08 levels

9)Bombay rayon:Maharashtra expansion project as per schedule.

10)Himatsingka Seide:Expects Hassan facility to breakeven in FY’09.

11)Gujarat State Petronet:The company expects to increase volume of gas by more than 50% to 25 mmscmd by FY’09.

12)Associated Alcohols & Breweries:Plans a capex of Rs 50.9 crore.

13)Thomas Cook India:To raise about Rs 200-300 crore within a year.

14)PSL:Standalone top line to grow over 40% in FY09.

15)Sagar Cement:Expects 1.5 million metric tonnes cement sales for FY 09.

16)ONGC India:Plans a capex of Rs 19,338 crore in FY’09.

17)Piramal Healthcare:Top-line for the current year is expected to grow at 16%.

18)FCS Software Solutions:FY09 EPS expected at Rs 30.60.

19)Bharat Bijlee:Outlook for the company, except for the first quarter, is positive.

20)Tulip Telecom:Expects revenue from data connectivity, managed services and value added services to increase.

21)Consolidated Construction Company:Just 10% of order backlog is at fixed rates.

22)Union Bank of India:Expects deposits and advances to grow by 23% and 22% in FY09.

23)Idea Cellular:To acquire 40.8% stake in Spice Communications.

24)Cairn India:Capex for FY’09 is $1.8 billion.

25)Jet Airways:ASKM growth expected at 59-60% for FY09.

26)Kansai Nerolac:Planning capex of Rs 100 crore in FY09.

27)IndusInd Bank:Expects to grow its balance sheet 40%-45%.

28)TV Today Network:Rate hike of 13-15% for FY09.

29)Essar Shipping Ports & Logistics:Has committed contracts worth $4.5 billion over next 5 years.

30)Ratnamani Metals and Tubes:The order book stands at Rs 650 crore, executable over the next 6-8 months.

31)Syngenta India:Capital expenditure plan for the current year is around Rs 180 crore.

32)Hindalco Industries:Will come out with right issue of Rs 5000 crore.

33)Sujana Towers:Targets revenue of Rs 1150-1250 crore with EBIDTA margin of 15-16% in FY09.

34)Tata Communications:Forays in to China market with 50% equity acquisition in CEC.

35)Rajesh Exports:Has an order book of Rs 1,685 crore.

36)Dish TV India:Targets 2 million subscriber additions in FY09.

37)HEG:Targets to produce 58000 tonnes of Graphite Electrodes during the FY’09.

38)Wire & Wireless (India):Capex of over Rs 1000 crore in next 2 years.

39)JSW Steel:By the year 2010 the company shall be investing Rs 14000 crores on various projects.

40)KLG Systel:Expects FY09 revenues at Rs 540 crore with PAT of Rs 74 crore.

41)Godawari Power and Ispat:Targeting around 25% rise in production volumes for the FY’09.

42)Vikas WSP:Capital expenditure plan of Rs 900 crore for the next three years.

43)KPIT Cummins Infosystems:Revenue shortfall and variable pay impact margins.

44)Omnitech InfoSolutions:60-70% growth in FY09 including acquisitions.

45)NIIT:OPM for individual learning to improve by 200-300bps.

46)Hindustan Construction Company:The company has Rs 10000 crore order book.

47)3i Infotech:"Transaction services business could contribute as much as 30% of the revenues in the next few years.

48)Wanbury:'In FY ’09 it expects net sales of Rs 520 and a net profit margin of 12-13%.

49)Asian electronics:The company expects to put its bad times behind very soon and hopes to regain its lost glory in the coming few months.

50)Avon weighing systems:-The company expects to acheive 100crs turnover by 2009.

51)Bihar Tubes:Expects to be Rs 1000 crore over the period of next 2 ½ years.

52)PTC India:Focusing on long-term market for traded power.

53)Jindal Saw:Order book in excess of a billion dollar.

54)Ashok Leyland:Price hike in April ’08 not enough to cushion escalating costs.

55)R Systems International:OPM margins of 12-13% to be maintained.

56)Astral Poly technik:Expects tremendous growth in business and raises the planned expansion capacity from the initial target of 18000 tons to 25968 tons by Sep.’08.

57)Cerebra Integrated Technologies:New ventures to give multifold growth.

58)Development Credit Bank (DCB):Focus on SME business and CASA deposits.

59)Dena Bank:Plans to open at least 26 new branches and 12 retail asset centres in FY 09.

60)Entertainment Network (India):The share of Radio in the advertising industry grew to 4% from 3% last year and the company expects it to increase to 7-8% in the next 3-4 years.

61)Usha Martin:Targets gross sales turnover of Rs 5000 crore on a consolidated basis for FY’09.

62)Garware Offshore:Expects turnover of Rs 200 crore in FY’10.

63)Varun Shipping:Capex of US$ 400 million to complete by December 2008.

64)R Systems International:OPM margins of 12-13% to be maintained.

65)Bafna Pharmaceuticals:Coming up with IPO of Rs 25.60 crore.

66)Omnitech InfoSolutions:FY09 revenue growth expected at 35-40% excluding acquisitions.

67)Almondz Global Securities:Expects equity broking operations to turn profitable this year.

68)Chennai Petroleum Corporation:Capex for FY ’09 will be Rs 800 crore.

69)DCM Shriram Consolidated:Capital expenditure of Rs 200 crore for the current year.

70)Tech Mahindra:US$ 2 billion revenues locked for next 4-5 years.

71)Blue Star:Order book at the end of FY08 stands at Rs 1135 crore.

72)Mercator Lines:Revenue from coal mines to accrue from July ‘08.

73)Voltas:Order book stands at Rs 4631 crore with average execution period of 2 years.

74)Housing Development & Infrastructure:Rise in carpet area of SR tenements to 269 sq ft will not impact negatively.

75)Tata Teleservices Maharashtra:Plans capex of Rs 850 crore mostly for active infrastructure side.

76)Lakshmi Machine Works:Order book position declines 17% to Rs 4400 crore.

77)J K Cement:Company to set-up cement unit in Fujairah (UAE) for a cost of Rs 1,400 crore.

78)Max India:Expects 55-60% growth in the insurance business in FY08-09.

79)Opto Circuits:Invasive Healthcare segment expected to grow at 80-90% in FY09.

90)Bharat Heavy Electricals:The company targets 25% growth in sales in FY’09.

81)Dalmia Cement:Co-generation unit to contribute significantly to the top-line during the current year.

82)Omaxe:Expects to deliver 15-17 million sq ft in FY-09.

83)Deepak Fertilizers & Petrochemicals Corporation:KG Basin gas will add around Rs 200 crore to topline and Rs 50 crore to PBT.

84)Micro Technologies:Plans to increase Micro Shoppe network to around 300 shops by March 2009.

85)HOV Services:Offer to sell off of 95% of existing business at Rs 170 per share.

86)Modern India:Plans to dilute equity, to part finance Rs 170 crore of investments.

87)Mawana Sugar:Expects 5-6% decline in area under cane cultivation in next season.

88)Provogue (India):Total cost of Prozone’s 12 projects will be around Rs 4800 crore.

89)Kesoram Industries:Rs 840 crore capital expenditure plan to increase tyre capacity.

90)SEAMEC:Will acquire one more vessel by year-end.

91)Indoco Remedies:Expects OPM of around 22% in FY-09.

92)Moser Baer (India):PV installed capacity to be over 240MW by end FY09.

93)Mphasis bfl: Application services business to be on track by end Q3FY09.

94)ITD Cem: Estimated value of work in hand currently is Rs 2312.91 crore.

95) Advanta India: International business is expected to grow 20-25%.

96)Dabur India: Expects a sales growth of 15% and margin of 17% for FY 09.

97) Binani Cement:Capacity to increase to 12-13 million metric tones by FY 2010.

98)Sintex Industries Targeting a margin of 14-15% in the next 2-3 years for its foreign subsidiaries.

99)GTL Infrastructure:Demand from operators having tower companies slows down.

100) Elgi Equipments Expects a sales growth of 20-25% for FY ’09.

101)reliance industries:Having grown global gross reserve and contingent resource base to 5 billion barrels of oil equivalent, it has set an ambitious resource accretion target of 10 billion barrels of oil equivalent.

102)SKF India:Growth in revenue is expected to be around 12-14% for CY’08.

103)State Bank of India:Bank will open 2000 new branches in FY09.

104)Lotus Eye Care Hospital:Eyes capex of Rs 55 crore.

105)Page Industries:The company’s average capacity has increased to 56.5 million pieces per annum as against 30 million pieces in the corresponding previous year.

106)Shasun Chemicals and Drugs:Expects 30% increase in bottomline.

107)Orbit Corporation:Adds 7 new projects in FY 2008.

108)Reliance petroleum:Long term outlook positive for refining margins.

109)PVR:Expects 200-300 bps improvement in OPM going forward.

110)Visa Steel:Would sell 250000 of coke in FY’09.The 0.5 Mtpa integrated special and stainless steel plant will be commissioned by end of FY 2008.

111)Colgate Palmolive:Overall volume to grow by 9%.

112)Punj Lloyd:The company is hopeful for settlement of the claim from one of its clients, which otherwise, according to auditors, will result in loss of Rs 305 crore.

113)Sanghvi Movers:EBITDA margin of 73-74% will be maintained.

114)GIPCL:First unit of Surat TPS II will be operational by Dec ’08.

115)Essar Oil:Increasing capacity to 50 MTPA from 10.5 MTPA.

116)Sun Pharmaceuticals:Expects US business to grow at 25% in FY-09.

117)Larsen & Toubro:The company expects the momentum in order book growth to continue.Targets a growth of around 30-35% for FY’09

118)Shriram Transport Finance Company:Target to reach AUM to Rs 300 billion by FY’10.

119)India Glycols:Capex of Rs 350 crore in FY ‘09.

120)Indian Oil Corporation:Implementing projects of over Rs 50,000 crore.

121)Steelcast:The company has set up a Vision 2010 statement where it has set up a target of net sales of Rs 175 crore.

122)JCT:On implementation of capex, the company is targeting to achieve turnover of over Rs 1000 crore with substantial improvement in profitability.

123)Supreme Industries:The company expects to double its turnover in four years.

124)Eastern Silk Industries:The goal is to increase average realization from current US S $ 10 to US $ 18 per metre by 2009.

125)VST Industries:Pins hopes on shift from Bidis to Cigarettes.

126)Wockhardt:Strategic acquisitions to drive future growth.

127)McLeod Russel India:Tea prices expected to firm up.

128)RS Software:Targeting revenues of Rs 900 crore by FY2011.

129)Four Soft:Targeting fully diluted EPS of Rs 7.50 for FY08.

130)Rajshree Sugars and Chemicals:Planning for setting up a new sugar factory.

131)HEG:The order book for FY08 is healthy, with 40-50% of sales already booked at prices, which are 18-20% higher than last year.

132)Usha Martin:Plans to expand capacity to 1 million tpa by FY 2010.

133)Radico Khaitan:Confident of achieving 20% topline and bottomline growth for the year through organic growth.

134)Elecon Engineering:For FY08, the company expects sales of over Rs 1000 crores.

135)Subros:Targets to sell about 1 million units of A/C kits every year by 2012.

136)Asian Paints:Material prices are now stabilizing and further increases are not likely except in a few cases.

137)Sasken Communication:Expects Services business growth at 30-35% excluding Botnia.

138)Plastiblends India:Uttranchal Plant expansion will provide access to North India market apart from various tax incentives.

139)Thermax:Expects all business group to power revenue growth of over 30%.

140)Uni Abex Alloys:The company has set internal target of Rs 100 crore of revenues by Mar’10.

141)Gulshan Sugars and Chemicals:Intends to capitalize on demand from paper Industry.

142)Dhampur Sugar Mills:The company is looking for opportunities in Jamaica.

143)Navneet Publications:The growth in near future will be driven by some of the new initiatives such as introduction of non-paper stationery products, foray into Urdu publication and e-learning business.

144)Sanwaria Agro Oils Ltd:The company plans to go for backward integration, and is looking to undertake contract farming abroad.

145)Banco Products India Ltd:The company is expected to grow at 25-30% in the coming years and exploring opportunities to tap global OEMs.

146)Evinix Accessories Limited:plans to open 70 CUT stores and are looking at raising around Rs750mn by the end of March ‘09.

147)Bafna Pharmaceuticals Ltd:The company is intending to enter into the regulated market and towards that purpose has set up a new unit near Chennai, which would be a MHRA approved unit.

148)Arshiya International Ltd:The company has over 400 clients and top 5 contribute to 15% of the profits.

149)Tricom India Ltd:Tricom is in the process of finalising two acquisitions. One of them is a US company.

150)Magnum Ventures Ltd:By Jan 2009, the company expects the Sahibabad four-star hotel to get ready.

151)Cadila Healthcare:Restructures its Consumer business.Hopes for better numbers from coming quarters.

152)Unity infra projects:Current order book at Rs 3092 crore.

153)Pfizer:Expects pressure on margins in the coming quarters.

154)Greenply Industries:Expects CAGR of 25% to 30% over the next three years.

155)Manaksia:Effective tax rate to move up,targeting a higher growth this fiscal.

156)Dolphin Offshore Enterprises:Expects to clock a top-line of Rs 1,000 crore in the next 3 years.

157)ICICI Bank:Launches "b2- Branch-free Banking".

158)Wanbury:Expects more than 50% growth in topline.Looking for a private placement to some FIIS.

159)Ramsarup Industries:Expects 30-35% growth in turnover and around 60-70% growth in PAT.

160)Indo-Asian Fusegear:Targets a 2 to 3 fold jump in revenues for FY’09.Rejuveneated itself and all set to do wonders.

161)AurionPro Solutions:AurionPro has signed a long-term offshore development contract to develop PaySimple solutions.

162)XL Telecom:XL has plans to invest Rs1,100 crore over the next five years in its solar division.

163)Voltas:Company sees further scope for margin improvement and is making efforts to improve margins in projects and unitary cooling business.

164)Everest Kanto Cylinder:EKC is ramping up its capacity to enhance its market share and is also planning to exploit other markets such as Iran and China.

165)Kolte Patil Developers:The growth momentum will continue till the next two years and is likely to increase when the large townships are ready for sale.

166)OK Play:The company is planning an investment of Rs 70 crore by setting up manufacturing facilities in Bawal, Haryana, for which the Haryana State Industrial Development Corporation (HSIDC) has allotted 15 acres of industrial land.

167)Shardul Securities:-Holds large chunk of reliance shares in its portfolio.The company also has lucrative land at prime locations.

168)Facor Alloys:The company is refurbishing one of its oldest furnaces for a capex of Rs 4 crore and would produce low carbon ferro manganese where margins are higher than ferro chrome.

169)Vst tiller tractor:-Has got land worth over 100crs in its fold and planning to relocate.

170)CHL:Planning to come out wth a fpo after the rights issue.Further may look for a private placement.

171)NILE:Set to bag a huge export oder from its major client.Also aims to double its growth in the coming 2 years.

172)Fame india:-Company is set to report CAGR of 18% in net profit for a period of 2008-2011.

173)Sirpur paper:Rakesh jhunjhunwala buys 50000 shares at 134rs.

174)Bosch Chassis Systems:BCSL is working on launching India’s first domestically manufactured ABS by the last quarter of ’08.

175)Meghmani Organics:Meghmani Organics doesn’t have any peers and it is the only company with a presence in both pigments and agrochemicals businesses.The company plns to sell its stake at 32rs to some new york based fii.

176)APW President Systems:APW Electronics Groups, which holds 29% stake in APW President Systems, is looking at exiting the company. The company has been in talks with most global enclosure systems majors like Emerson, Pentair, Rittal etc for buying the stake.

177)Maestros Mediline Systems Ltd:The company is setting up a new facility in Navi Mumbai which will be operational soon in a concept called ‘Unbound Healthcare’.The same is set to give a quantum jump to its revenues.

178)Grauer & Weil:The company’s Shoppertainment venture is expanding its 2nd phase of operations with an addition of approx 3.00 lakh square feet at the Growel’s 101 mall at Kandivili, Mumbai and will enhance the tenant mix of the mall making it a complete mix.

179)Assam Company: The management is raising its output from USD 16,00/bbl a day to about USD 3,000/bbl by the end of 2008 and very close to about USD 5,000/bbl by March 2009.

180)Rohit Ferro Tech:Rohit Ferro is integrating backwards into power generation which will feed its Ferro-Alloy capacity and has has acquired mines in Indonesia.These are coking coal mines, and thermal coal mines.

181)Lloyd Electric:Lloyd Electric acquired Luvata, a company in Czechoslovakia.Luvata holds a significant portion of the European market.The company expects a bottomline of Rs 80 crore to Rs 85 crore for FY08-09.

182)Ingersoll rand:The company is expected to come out with an open offer or a buyback at a significant premium to the present market price.

183)Tulsi Extrusions:TEL’s expansion project is expected to come on stream by the end of July ’08, which will drive up economies of scale. With higher production, the company will be able to widen its geographical presence.

184)Birla Cotsyn:The company plans to set up a 36,000-spindle cotton yarn unit along with 1,728 rotors and 114 looms to manufacture grey fabric.It also plans to set up a unit to manufacture finished cloth with 50,000 metres per day capacity.

185)Sita Shree Food Products:Bags orders for 400 metric tonnes of wheat flour and pulses from Reliance Fresh.Reliance is also looking to buy a stake in the company.

186)Titan biotec:-The company to plans to expand its product profile and double its revenue in the coming couple of years.

187)ADF Foods Ltd:The company taregts to be a 100crs turnover company by this year.Plans to enter food retailing in a small way.

188)Shakti Metdor:The company is expanding its manufacturing capacity and is contemplating to triple its capacity to 200,000 units of door from 60,000 units currently.

189)International Combustion:The company is to enter the lucrative turnkey project segment in foreseeable future.Management may reward shareholders with a liberal bonus issue.

190)Roto Pumps:The Company is in the midst of expanding its manufacturing facility and expects to deliver a topline figure of over rs 50crs in fy09.

191)Peninsula Land:The company has 4 million square feet of ongoing projects in Mumbai.

192)Bharat Petroleum Corporation:Long awaited IPO for Bina refinery project before september 2008.

193)Saamya Biotech:The Company has entered into an exclusive technology transfer agreement with Biofin Laboratories,Italy.

194)Akruti Nirman:The company has a land bank of 17.54 million square feet.

195)Gammon India:The current book order is over Rs 7000 crore.

196)SICAL Logistics:Expects 5-7% revenue growth in FY ‘09.

197)Confidence Petroleum:Recent JV targets sales of $100 million in 2011.

198)Cosmo Films Capex plan of Rs 125 crore for the FY 2009.

199)Vakrangee Software:The company posses Rs 450 crore-order book for financial year 2008-2009.Targets 50% CAGR in revenues over next 3 years.

200)Lakshmi Energy and Foods: Expects a top line growth of 30-40% and bottom line of 80-90% for the FY 2009.

201)Cairn India:To drill 15 wells in 2008.

202)Plethico Pharmaceuticals: Incurring a capex of US$ 25 million for a plant in UAE.

203)Firstsource solutions: Healthcare contributed 9.1% of the total revenue in FY2007, which increased to 40% during Q3 FY2008.

204)Temptation Foods:Targets a top line of Rs 1400-1500 crore for FY 2009.

205)Parsvnath Developers: PRIDEASIA project will have a realization value of approximately US$ 1 billion.

206)Bajaj Hindusthan: Planning to foray in specialty chemicals from ethanol.

207)Areva T&D: Plans to double its turnover by 2010.

208)Reliance Petroleum: Project on track for completion ahead of schedule.

209)Fulford (India):CY’07 success will not be repeated in CY’08.

210)HCL Technologies: FY08 revenue growth to be 35%.

211)Zee Entertainment Enterprises: FY09 revenue growth guidance at 30% and bottomline at 25-30%.

212)Infosys Technologies: 76% of top 100 clients say flat or slight fall in IT budgets.

213)Nakoda Textiles:Total Capital Outlay of Rs 325 crore.

214)FAG Bearings: Increase in the prices of steel would be challenge to meet for next year.

215)Clariant Chemicals (India): Rising input cost and Rupee appreciation has squeezed the margins.

216 Merck: 58% of the pharma products fall under DPCO.

217)Zee News: Advertising revenues to grow 30% and subscription 40-50%.

218)Biocon:Indian formulation business to continue to double in FY09.

219)VST Industries:OPM declines for the quarter due to the growth in sales of raw tobacco business.

220)Infotech Enterprises: OPM to remain stable at current levels.

221)Satyam Computer: OPM for FY09 to be lower by 50bps from FY08 level of 21.7%.

222)TCS: OPM to be maintained going forward.The company is about to bag a huge export oder.

223)GlaxoSmithKline pharma: Plans to launch vaccines for rotavirus diarrhea, cervical cancer and pneumococcal disease.

224)Geometric Software: Order book of US$ 50 million.Plans to expand geographies.

225)Zensar Technologies:FY08 EPS guidance lowered to Rs 33.4-34.2.

226) MIC Electronics: FY09 PAT for LED business to be Rs 100+ crore.

227) 3i Infotech: Revenue to grow by 40% with fully diluted EPS of Rs 13-Rs 13.50 for the financial year 2008-09.

228) ICSA (India): Order book stands at Rs 900 crore.

229)ITD Cem:Estimated value of work in hand currently is Rs 2312.91 crore.

230) Advanta India: International business is expected to grow 20-25%.

231) Dabur India: Expects a sales growth of 15% and margin of 17% for FY 09.

232) Binani Cement: Capacity to increase to 12-13 million metric tones by FY 2010.

233)Sintex Industries: Targeting a margin of 14-15% in the next 2-3 years for its foreign subsidiaries.

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btw:-I have got my notes on all these companies if required do sent me a mail at my email address.

Regards,
Arun
I can be reached at:arunanalyst@rediffmail.com

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