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Saturday, December 26, 2009

RSWM Ltd:Buy/sell/hold,growth prospects and recomendation,news and results,target price and analysis,views and outlook

Scripscan:RSWM Ltd(Rajasthan Spinning and Weaving Mills)
BSE code:500350
cmp:100

Story:RSWM is a leading manufacturer of synthetic and blended spun yarn,PV fabric and Denim fabric.It has been one of the largest exporters of synthetic yarn from India and has a commanding position in the domestic market.It also has a presence in the cotton yarn spinning and fabric processing segments.RSWM had made substantial investments in upgrading technology, building scales and creating cost efficient manufacturing operations. During the previous two years,the Company spent Rs.684 crore to implement a widespread investment plan, which involves sizeable outlays in 46MW captive thermal power plants for more efficient operations, diversification into manufacturing of denim fabrics and expansion of spinning capacities.The manufacturing operations in all the expansions and new projects have stabilised during the last financial year 2008-09 and are likely to yieldsubstantial benefits in the future.Last year, 2008-2009 was one of the worst years for the company because of the global meltdown and violent fluctuation in the forex. This year, 2009-2010 is upward looking and the result of the past six months certainly shows there is a turnaround.For 2009-2010 the company targets for a topline of about Rs 1,500 crore and profit before tax (PBT) of about Rs 95-100 crore.The net profit should come close to 26crs which would result in an EPS of around 11rs.RSWM Ltd remains largely a conventional textile player —it may be viewed as an integrated player as it expands its product mix in garments and home textiles. This augurs well for profitability and, over the long term, may improve.With crude prices showing no signs of abating polyester fibre prices will remain firm. The new capacities that become operational would boost revenues.Cotton, however, continues to be a low-cost alternative; this could affect the offtake of blended yarn in the near-term. Thus, the scope for quick appreciation of the stock appears limited. Investors with a long-term perspective can hold on to the stock.

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