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Balrampur Chini Mills Ltd

BACH.NS

Latest Trade

330.95INR

Change

0.45(+0.14%)

Volume

926,318

Today's Range

326.40

 - 

334.90

52 Week Range

155.55

 - 

398.00

As of on the National Stock Exchange of India ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
330.50
Open
334.80
Volume
926,318
3M AVG Volume
25.19
Today's High
334.90
Today's Low
326.40
52 Week High
398.00
52 Week Low
155.55
Shares Out (MIL)
204.04
Market Cap (MIL)
63,589.07
Forward P/E
12.03
Dividend (Yield %)
0.80

Next Event

Q3 2022 Balrampur Chini Mills Ltd Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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India's Balrampur Chini Mills Sept-Quarter Profit Rises

India's Balrampur Chini Mills June-Quarter Consol Profit Falls

India's Balrampur Chini Mills Reports March-Quarter Consol Profit Of 2.36 Bln Rupees

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About Balrampur Chini Mills Ltd

Balrampur Chini Mills Limited is an integrated sugar manufacturing company. The Company is engaged in the manufacturing of sugar, ethanol and power. The Company's segments include Sugar, Distillery, Co-generation and Others. Its allied business consists of manufacturing and marketing of ethyl alcohol and ethanol, generation and selling of power, and manufacturing and marketing of organic manure. Its products include molasses and bagasse. The Company has sugar crushing capacity of approximately 76,500 tons of cane per day, distillery capacity of over 320 kiloliters (KL) per day and saleable co-generation capacity of approximately 153.20 megawatts (MW). The Company has over 10 manufacturing units at Balrampur, Babhnan, Tulsipur, Haidergarh, Akbarpur, Rauzagaon, Mankapur, Kumbhi, Gularia and Maizapur in Uttar Pradesh. The Company's subsidiary is Indo Gulf Industries Limited.

Industry

Food Processing

Contact Info

FMC Fortuna

2nd Floor, 234/3A, A.J.C. Bose Road

700020

India

+91.33.22874749

https://chini.com/

Executive Leadership

Sumit Mazumder

Chairman of the Board

Pramod Patwari

Chief Financial Officer

Manoj Agarwal

Compliance Officer, Company Secretary

Vivek Saraogi

Managing Director, Executive Director

Arvind Krishna Saxena

Whole Time Director

Key Stats

1.40 mean rating - 5 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, INR)

2019

43.3K

2020

47.4K

2021

48.1K

2022(E)

46.6K
EPS (INR)

2021

22.480

2022(E)

27.200
Price To Earnings (TTM)
15.49
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.43
Price To Book (MRQ)
2.49
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
11.87
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
11.97
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
7.84
Return on Investment (TTM)
15.00
Return on Equity (TTM)
12.81

Latest News

Latest News

Indian mills hold off on signing new sugar export deals as local prices jump

Indian mills are holding off on signing new sugar export contracts for the upcoming season as a rally in domestic prices to a 4-year high widened the gap between local and global rates, industry officials told Reuters.

Indian shares hit record highs on banks, FMCG boost; sugar stocks drop

Indian shares hit record highs on Wednesday, boosted by heavyweight HDFC Bank after the country's central bank relaxed restrictions on the private-sector lender for issuing new credit cards.

Indian shares open at record high on banking boost

Indian shares opened at record highs on Wednesday, boosted by heavyweight HDFC Bank after the country's central bank relaxed restrictions on the private-sector lender for sourcing new credit cards.

India's sugar demand falters during peak season due to COVID-19 curbs

India's sugar consumption during the peak demand season is set to fall for a second straight year after various states imposed restrictions including restaurant and shop closures to halt rising cases of COVID-19, industry officials told Reuters.

Indian sugar mills rush to sign export contracts as prices rally

Indian mills have contracted to export 4.3 million tonnes of sugar so far in the 2020/21 season ending on Sept. 30, a trade body said on Wednesday, as a rally in global prices to a four-year high and an export subsidy makes overseas sales lucrative.

Exclusive: India merchants almost halt exports to Iran as its rupee reserves fall - officials

Indian merchants have almost entirely stopped signing new export contracts with Iranian buyers for commodities such as rice, sugar and tea, due to caution about Tehran's dwindling rupee reserves with Indian banks, six industry officials told Reuters.

India's October-February sugar output jumps 20%, few mills close early - trade body

Indian sugar mills' output rose by a fifth to 23.38 million tonnes in the first five months of the 2020/21 marketing year from a year earlier, while a few mills closed operations ahead of normal schedule, a trade body said on Wednesday.

Container shortage slows Indian sugar exports, fuels price rally

India's sugar exports could fall by 12% to 5 million tonnes this year as a shortage of containers slows trade and threatens to drive up global prices that are already at four-year highs, industry officials told Reuters.

India's Oct-Jan sugar output jumps 25% to 17.7 million tonnes - trade body

Indian sugar mills produced 17.7 million tonnes of sugar in the first four months of the 2020/21 marketing year which started on Oct. 1, up a quarter from a year earlier as production jumped in western state of Maharashtra, a leading trade body said.

Indian IT stocks drive Nifty index to record high ahead of TCS results

Indian IT services and financial stocks helped the blue-chip Nifty scale a record high on Friday, as investors turned their focus to the third-quarter earnings season with IT major Tata Consultancy Services reporting its results later in the day.

Indian sugar mills clinch export deals as prices jump -industry

Indian sugar mills are aggressively signing export contracts after New Delhi approved a subsidy for overseas sales and as global prices hit their highest level in 3-1/2 years, four industry officials told Reuters on Thursday.

EXCLUSIVE-Indian mills sign sugar export deals without government sweetener

Indian sugar mills have for the first time in three years agreed export agreements without the support of government subsidies as they scramble to pay dues owing to farmers, four industry officials told Reuters.

Indian sugar export subsidy decision unlikely before state elections - sources

Indian sugar export subsidies will not be renewed before state elections finish next month, trade and government sources said on Thursday, with New Delhi examining the level of subsidy needed to encourage shipments of surplus sugar.

India to maintain sugar export subsidies for third year in a row: sources

India is set to maintain sugar export subsidies for a third year in a row in a bid to reduce surplus stocks and ensure domestic prices don't fall below a government benchmark, three sources involved in policy making told Reuters.

UPDATE 1-India's sugar output, exports could rise in 2020/21-trade body

* Opening stocks for next season seen at 11.5 mln T (Adds details, traders quote)

India's sugar output could jump 12% in 2020/21- trade body

India's sugar production in the next marketing year could jump by 12% from a year ago as farmers in the second biggest producing western state of Maharashtra expanded the area under sugar cane, a leading trade body said on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-India’s sugar exports seen a fifth lower than earlier estimate -trade body

India is likely to export 4.5 million tonnes of sugar in 2019/20, down almost a fifth from an earlier estimate, as a drop in global prices due to the coronavirus outbreak makes overseas sales unprofitable for mills, a senior industry official said.

India’s sugar exports seen a fifth lower than earlier estimate -trade body

India is likely to export 4.5 million tonnes of sugar in 2019/20, down almost a fifth from an earlier estimate, as a drop in global prices due to the coronavirus outbreak makes overseas sales unprofitable for mills, a senior industry official said.

Sugar buyers nervous as Indian export surge fails to materialise

Global sugar buyers are growing increasingly nervous as a much touted surge of Indian sugar exports has failed to materialise, with some mills reluctant to sell even as global prices trade near 2-1/2-year highs.

India to provide subsidy to export 6 million T sugar in 2019/20

India's cabinet has approved incentives of 62.68 billion rupees ($876.74 million) to encourage cash-strapped mills to export 6 million tonnes of sugar in the 2019/20 marketing year starting from Oct. 1.

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