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Dwarikesh Sugar Industries Posts Rise In March Qtr Net Profit
India's Dwarikesh Sugar Industries Sept-Quarter Net Profit From Continuing Operations Rises
India's Dwarikesh Sugar Industries June-Qtr Net Profit Slips
Dwarikesh Sugar Industries Limited is an India-based company, which is primarily engaged in manufacture of sugar and allied products. The Company is also involved in the production of power and ethanol/industrial alcohol. The Company's segments include Sugar, Co-Generation and Distillery. The Company's manufacturing strength encompasses approximately two sugar plants located in Bijnor district (Uttar Pradesh), including at Dwarikesh Nagar (Najibabad) and Dwarikesh Puram (Afzalgarh), in addition to Dwarikesh Dham (Tehsil Faridpur - district Bareilly). The Company's approximately 90 megawatts power plants at its manufacturing units use bagasse to generate power. The Company's approximately 30 kiloliters per day (KLPD) distillery uses molasses to manufacture industrial alcohol. The distillery is equipped to produce rectified spirit and ethanol. The Company's sugar manufacturing units have a combined production capacity of approximately 21,500 tons of sugarcane per day.
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Gautam R. Morarka
Executive Chairman, Additional Whole Time Director
Group Compliance Officer
K. P. Gadia
Vice President - Commercial
B. J. Maheshwari
Managing Director, Whole Time Director, Company Secretary
Vijay S. Banka
Whole Time Director
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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 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 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 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 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.
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.
India's sugar production could fall in 2019/20 as farmers are struggling to plant cane because of a drought in two of the country's top producing states, according to multiple industry officials and traders.
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