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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Nahar Polyfilms Ltd:-Buy/sell/,growth prospects and recommendation,news and results,target price and analysis,views and outlook,multibagger

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Story:Nahar Poly Films Limited focuses on manufacturing bi-axially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) films in India. Its BOPP films are primarily used in flexible packaging.The company was formerly known as Nahar Investments and Holding Limited and changed its name to Nahar Poly Films Limited in June 2008.Last year it commissioned BOPP plant with capacity of 30,000 tpa at a cost of Rs.300 crores.The Plant has been imported from Germany and is equipped with state of the art latest manufacturing facilities.At full capacity utilization the annual revenue is expected to be approximately Rs.300 Crores with around 10% NPM.It would be prudent to note that the company has investments amounting to more than Rs. 120 crores in its Group companies, Nahar Spinning (6.6 million shares), Nahar Capital (6.6 million shares) ,Nahar Industries (2.7 million shares) and in some mutual funds.At CMP of Rs. 27, market cap. is Rs. 66 crores while the investments are valued at around 120crs.The company quotes at less than half of its book value of 55 rs.If we consider the enterprise value in equation the share price of nahar polyfilms is quoting at an absolute bargain.Promoters have increased their stake in the company and may just inch the stake upto the maximum permisable limit of 75% in the coming couple of years.The holding is currently pegged at around 68%.Nahar poly is worth watching at present levels.

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