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Thursday, April 8, 2010

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Many companies have shared vital information, of immense help to small and retail investors in understanding future prospects of a company and industry within which they operate.Many companies have also disclosed status of expansion plans and projects.Such information offers hints about future outlook of a company.Companies have also entered into concrete agreements or pacts that would result in cash inflows in future. Pact on sale of land is an example.Some companies have also shared concerns like plant shut-down due to non-availability of raw materials, and expansion plans being kept on hold due to hostile market conditions. Many have also shared their views on future profitability through the notes to accounts. Companies have also shared information about modernisation drive, expansion plans, entry into newer markets, signing of fresh agreement to supply products and services, assets taken over,order book positions, demand scenario, development of new products, and new tie-ups etc.

1)Premier:-Modernisation-cum-expansion of the engineering business expected to be completed by the end of 2009-10. This is expected to improve throughput time and product quality. Order book position has also improved. Usually, the last quarter results are better than the previous quarters results. Hence, the current results may not be indicative of full year's performance.Continues to negotiate with various reputed parties for monetisation of its free-hold land admeasuring 216 acres located at Dombivli (Thane, Maharashtra.

2)Alufluoride:-Silicic acid supply from adjacent fertiliser complex continues to be a problem. To meet commitments of customers, efforts being made to procure silicic acid from other sources, though expensive.

3)Tuticorin Alkali Chemicals & Fertilisers:-Plants continued to be under complete shutdown due to non-availability of carbon-dioxide from Spic (under shutdown). Consequently, Tuticorin Alkali Chemicals & Fertilisers saw no production in the entire quarter ended December 2009.

4)AMD Industries:-Projects at Haridwar in Uttarakhand and Gurgaon in Haryana to be kept on hold due to adverse market circumstances.Construction work at the Neemrana plant in Rajasthan for the ongoing expansion almost complete. Machinery has already landed at the Neemrana plant. Commercial production to start from mid February 2010.

5)Steelcast:-The recent spurt in cost of inputs putting pressure on margin. Steelcast is attempting to mitigate this by trying to secure better prices from customers and also through higher volumes of output.

6)Shiva Texyarn:-Fall in net profit was on higher provision towards interest on term loans and depreciation for the newly established spinning and knitting units at Karanampettai in Tamil Nadu, which are yet to reach optimum production capacity.

7)Brushman (India):-Due to slowdown in real estate and retail, Brushman (India) sales affected in the quarter ended December 2009. To meet this challenge, initiated steps to right-size the organisation by reducing costs to align them with revenue.

8)Pitti Laminations:-Finalising a fresh agreement with General Electric Company for sale of its products for US$ 36 million, commencing January 2010.

9)Harringtons Industries:-Taken on lease the running a three-star hotel at Sriperumbudar in Tamil Nadu from 1 January 2010. Also taking on lease Bantique hotel at Kottivakkam, Chennai, from 1 February 2010.

10)Pix Transmission: The manufacturer of power transmission belts and hoses successfully developed super high pressure up to six-ply spiral hoses, with a maximum diameter of four inches, to meet the requirement of the mining, oil and gas sectors. Pix Transmission is one of the few selected companies in the world to manufacture these products and the only one in India.With the entire range of hoses and recovery in the US and European Union, expects healthy growth in sales and profit in the coming year. It exports to over 60 countries in the world.

11)Ecoboard Industries: Working continued to be adversely affected by acute shortage of main raw material, sugarcane bagasse, and the high price for it. The situation, to some extent, improved after the start of the new crushing season in November 2009. However, a clear picture would emerge in February-March 2010. Ecoboard Industries is making efforts for preferential allotment of bagasse for the particle board industry to conserve forest wealth.Due to paucity of bagasse, has decided to suspend particle board production in its Jambulwadi plant in Maharashtra. The Velapur plant in Maharashtra shall continue normal operations.

12)Mukand: Sale of steel products higher by 58% to 68,726 tonnes compared with 43,482 tonnes over the year. However, turnover not correspondingly increased on account of reduction in rate of excise duty and reduced selling prices of steel products consequent to fall in input prices. Overall, gross turnover was higher by 17% in the December 2009 quarter.Demand for specialty steel products improving on account of higher sales to the automobile sector. The industrial machinery division showing continuous improvement and has orders aggregating Rs 507 crore.

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