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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Sudarshan Chemical Industries Ltd:-Buy/sell/,growth prospects and recommendation,news and results,target price/analysis,view and outlook,multibagger

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Story:Sudarshan Chemical Industries Ltd is owned by the Rathi group of companies and accounts for 70% of the group’s sales revenues. Sudarshan produces organic and inorganic pigments, mica-based pigments and chemical intermediates. It is an experienced supplier to a number of chemical industries like paints & coatings, chemical compounds and healthcare products.The company has manufacturing facilities in Roha and Mahad, Maharashtra. It has a continuous R&D programme with over 100 technologists working on new solutions. It was the first chemicals company in India to be awarded the ISO 9001 certificate in 1993. That year, it entered into a five-year technical collaboration with Sericol AG of Switzerland for the supply of technical know-how to manufacture fluorescent pigments, including fluorescent pastes and related products.In a sector dominated by many small manufacturers, Sudarshan has adapted several planning tools like SAP and CRM to connect its factories, branch offices and depots. Supply-chain solutions are being implemented to further increase the value of its products.Sudarshan enjoys a significant international presence in the organic pigments market, with customers in over 40 countries. About 35% of the company’s product range is exported and over 45% of its colour pigments sold in overseas markets. The single largest export market is Europe.On the domestic front, the company caters to Asian Paints, Berger Paints, Coates of India, ICI, Akzo Nobel and some other companies.India has nearly 1,000 units manufacturing dyes, dyestuff and pigments with a capacity to produce 75,000 to 80,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) of textile dyes and organic pigments. The capacity for pigments is estimated at 40,000tpa, half of it in the small-scale sector. There are about 146 units in the organised sector with an installed capacity of 58,700tpa, which accounts for over 75% of the total installed capacity in the country. Of these units, 40 are fairly large in size. In terms of production, about two-thirds is contributed by the organised sector.The future of the Indian dyes and dyestuff business appears good, going by the steady demand and competitive manufacturing costs. These companies are intermediate manufacturers who depend on end-user industries like paints, textiles, printing inks, paper, plastics and foodstuff. Increasing prosperity, changing customer preferences and expansion in the real estate, construction and infrastructure sectors will create new market opportunities for the dyes industry.Numbers should be good in the coming few years which makes it a good hold candidate.

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