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Monday, December 12, 2011

TRF Ltd:-Buy/sell/growth prospects and recommendation,news and results,target and analysis,view and outlook,multibagger

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Story:TRF Limited provides material handling/processing systems and equipments, and port and yard equipments for power and steel plants, cement, ports, fertilizers, and mining sectors in India and internationally. The company’s Bulk Material Handling Equipment division engages in the design and manufacture of various equipments, including material handling equipment used in the infrastructure industries. Its Bulk Material Handling Systems division offers material handling and allied systems and services on a turnkey basis, such as stamp-charging pushing systems for coke oven projects and coal dust injection systems for blast furnaces. The company’s Port and Yard Equipment division involves in the design, supply, erection, and the commissioning of unit material handling equipment for ports and stockyards consisting of level luffing cranes, ship loaders and unloaders, container cranes, stacker-reclaimers, special purpose cranes for power, and metallurgical plants. Its product line also includes wagon tippler with side arm charger; rotary breakers; ring granulators; impactors, jaw crushers, roll crushers, cone crushers, and hammer mills; screens-roller, vibro pulse, Truflo ultra Flo, unbalanced motor, and washery screens; belt feeders, apron feeders, and vibrating feeders; rotary plough feeders; side discharge loaders; load haul dumpers; idlers; shuttle conveyors; travelling wagon loaders; and travelling trippers.Material-handling company TRF is but a small fish in the group with market capitalisation of less than 300 crore. As the company''s business is directly associated with the growth in the industrial sector, TRF too has been hit by slowing economic growth.Though the current order backlog of 1,275 crore gives TRF revenue visibility for more than a year, the order book size has been eroding consistently over the past few quarters as new orders have been hard to come by. The company is expected to bag a few orders from clients such as NTPC and Tata Steel in the near term.Another concern for TRF in the near term is its deteriorating operating margin and return on capital employed (ROCE). The company''s consolidated operating margins have dipped from over 10% until a year ago to less than 5% in FY11 while a consolidated ROCE of 6.4%, for FY11 is the lowest in the past four years.

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