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Monday, October 5, 2009

Mudra Lifestyle Ltd:Future growth outlook and prospects,news,buy/sell

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Story:Mudra has been a supplier of finished fabrics to garment manufacturers. It also forayed into garments with the aim of supplying to local branded garment outfits. It appears to have garnered some orders from leading garment manufacturers, judging by the early traction in the garments business.Mudra, last year has tripled its garment capacities to more than 10 million pieces a year. It has simultaneously ramped up its weaving and processing capacities as well. The long-term prospects for this business model appear bright.Local branded players such as Madura Garments (Aditya Birla Nuvo) and Raymond are focusing on expanding their retail presence and are likely to look to outsourcing production to players such as Mudra. The bigger story is the demand from retailers such as Reliance and Bharti Wal-Mart as they look to stock stores with private labels.Textile stocks have been under pressure as a competitive export market, scaling-up challenges, and an appreciating rupee continue to weigh on performance. In this context, we favour companies such as Mudra Lifestyle that have a domestic market focus. The stock could serve as an indirect play on the domestic consumption theme.It might take a year for the company to ramp up utilisations, with the new entrants yet to foray into garment retailing.Competition from exporters looking to diversify into the domestic market is also a risk. Any cooling off in prices could be used as an entry point. Buy with a two-year perspective.

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