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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Ess Dee Aluminium Ltd:-Future growth prospects and outlook

Scripscan:Ess Dee Aluminium Ltd
Traded in:Nse-bse

Story:Ess Dee Aluminium (EDAL) went public in December 2006 to fund its expansion plans which included increasing its foil-rolling capacity from 3,600 tonnes per annum to 18,000 tonnes per annum by FY2008. Where does the company stand today? It is a large-cap stock with a market-cap of over rs 1000 crore. Transforming from an SME to a large-cap company, Ess Dee produces packaging aluminium foil for servicing a large part of the pharmaceutical sector in technical collaboration with GARMCO of Bahrain. EDAL has an impressive client list, including large pharma companies like Cipla, Dr Reddy’s, Lupin, Pfizer, Ranbaxy, Wockhardt and Sun Pharma, among others.EDAL has also been making inroads in other sectors like FMCG and foods.The packaging industry has been growing, thanks to demand from the consumer sector, but is highly competitive. Moreover, EDAL imports all of its raw material from a single supplier in Bahrain which makes the sourcing and exchange rate risks high. Another risk that the company runs is dependence on its subsidiary for selling its products. EDAL sells nearly 57% of its products to Flex Art Foil a 100% subsidiary engaged in the conversion of printer’s stock into printing designs. Institutional investors don’t seem to mind this. Indeed, there is a lot of interest in the company even though the stock is expensive at its current market price of Rs370.The scrip is having an amazing run and has already moved over 100% over the last one months.At present prices I would advice caution but investors can buy the counter at dips for decent long term returns.

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