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Monday, October 5, 2009

Kirloskar Pneumatic Company Ltd:Future growth propsect,analysis and outlook

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Story:Kirloskar Pneumatic operates in two business segments — compression systems and transmission products. Apart from manufacturing compressors, the compression systems division also undertakes design and packaging of refrigeration systems.Additionally, the division packages gas compression systems for CNG (compressed natural gas) stations, refineries and petrochemical industries.Catering to a wider base of user industries such as steel, power generation, infrastructure, oil and gas, KPCL is likely to benefit directly from this upsurge in capex cycle.Its business is also likely to get a fillip from its foray into the West Asia market.The transmission products division undertakes the manufacture of rail traction gears, wind turbine gearboxes, marine gearboxes for naval and commercial ships and also manufactures gearboxes for other industrial applications.The increasing need for alternate sources of energy and the growing demand for windmills from corporate India, given the tax concessions, are likely to lead to a buoyant market for windmill gearboxes.To tap this growing market, KPCL has investments on the anvil. While the capex plans are yet to be finalised, investments in this segment could widen the market for KPCL.Given the dearth of high-quality windmill gearbox manufacturers, any developments in this regard could trigger a re-rating of the stock. This apart, the division is likely to benefit from the increase in demand for railway rolling stock.As a leading player in the industrial refrigerants segment, the company is well placed to benefit from the on-going capex boom across its user industries.A healthy order book, coupled with a strong business outlook, also lends sufficient visibility to its future earnings.While the stock has appreciated considerably in the recent past, there is room for growth over the long term.Investors can use broad market corrections to build up exposure in the stock.

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