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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd:-Future prospects and growth outlook

Scripscan: Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd
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Traded in:Nse-bse

Story:Incorporated in 1986, JISL is today India's largest irrigation systems manufacturer with a plastic processing capacity of 255,000 tonnes per annum (tpa). It is also India's largest producer of mango pulp and dehydrated onions with a total capacity of little over 2 lakh tonnes. The company's product range includes micro irrigation systems consisting of drip and sprinkler irrigation systems; piping systems comprising PVC and polyethylene pipe products; plastic sheets consisting of PVC and polycarbonate sheets; agro-processed products consisting of dehydrated onion and processed fruit purees and concentrates. The company is also a producer of other products such as agricultural tissue culture, solar water heaters and solar lighting systems.In the recent past, the company made a series of acquisitions in the domestic and international markets. It recently acquired Thomas Machine of Switzerland, which manufactures PVC pipes. Today, the company has 21 manufacturing plants and is present in 110 countries through its network of over 3,000 distributors.Only 3 million hectares of irrigated area is under micro irrigation compared to a total irrigated area of 69 million hectares. The government's emphasis on increasing micro irrigation bodes well for JISL, the largest provider of micro irrigation services in the country.JISL has embarked upon a major expansion plan with an investment of more than Rs 600 crore spread over the next three years. As per a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Maharashtra government, the company will invest Rs 550 crore to set up two mega projects to expand its agro and related products businesses. The company is currently expanding its Jalgaon plant to expand its micro irrigation equipment, PVC pipes and food production by 20-30% by end FY09.The company's pipes business will also derive strong growth from natural gas and telecommunication industries.JISL is likely to emerge as one of the key beneficiaries of the government's thrust on boosting agricultural output and productivity in the country. Being integrated with agriculture, JISL's growth is unlikely to be hit due to the current market turmoil. JISL's expansion plans, diversified business model and improving efficiencies make it a good long-term bet for investors.A great buy altogether.

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