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Sunday, November 22, 2009

Halonix Ltd:Future growth prospects and outlook,buy/sell/hold,analysis and recomendation

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Story:Formerly, known as Phoenix Lamps, Halonix is engaged in manufacturing compact fluorescent lamps and halogen lamps, suitable for commercial as well as residential establishments. Set up five fully integrated manufacturing plants at Noida, Haridwar and Dehradun with an investment of US$70 million. It executes bulk orders with a collective capacity of producing over 150 million lamps annually. Halonix saw change in ownership in 2007 when it was taken over by Actis, a private equity player. It exports its products to more than 75 countries including Europe, US, Australia, Middle East and Latin America. During Q2 2010, net sales increased by 18% y-o-y to INR1,319 million. PAT stood at INR36 million, recording a decline of 34% over Q2 2009.Company’s new unit at Haridwar provides an additional advantage in terms of quality, quantity and cost competitiveness over its rivals. It has expanded exports of automotive lamps to new markets like US, Europe, Kuwait and Nepal. Further, developed new markets during the year at Kuwait, Nigeria and Nepal. More markets are expected to open up in future. It is also constantly introducing new range of products like LED, HID, Sparkle and fixtures & fittings for new generation lamps. This expansion and introduction of new products will enable it to command better margins than its competitors.Halonix is s market leader in automotive halogen lamps in India with supplies to all major OEMs in 4-wheeler and 2-wheeler industry. It is also a major exporter to developed countries. It faces less competition from its rivals because of its reach and range of products. The government thrust on development of infrastructure & housing sector as a whole and use of energy efficient lamps is expected to further boost demand for the products of the company. Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) are expected to witness growth in the near future. Halonix has taken various steps to rationalize its operating cost as well as to manage its current assets better which should improve both profitability and capital efficiency.Altogether a good value buy for long term perspective

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