POLYMED: Is it a Long Play ?

Medical devices industry in India has the potential to grow at 28% p.a. to reach $ 50 bn by 2025. Infusion Therapy products and Blood management & blood collection system are the two main products of the company. Infusion therapy contributed around 68.60% to the turnover of the company in FY19. Blood management & blood collection system contributes 11.48% to FY19 revenue. There are more than 125 products in the portfolio of the company.

Cera: Can it beat Jaquar?

Cera’s Management believes that the company will see revival in sales with the economy coming out of slowdown. Company will have incremental 10-15% market share in faucetware business. For FY20, company has capex plan of INR 56 crore. Out of this, INR 20 crore is for sanitaryware automation, INR 9 crore is for faucetware automation, INR 6 crore for customer touch points, INR 17 crore for the completion of the staff colony at Kadi plant & INR 4 crore for logistics & IT. Company is incurring capex of around INR 55-70 crore for the last 4-5 years.

Pine Labs: Unicorn Fintech

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Pine Labs is Noida based startup, started in 1998 by Rajul Garg & Tarun Upadhaya. Pine Labs, a payments solutions startup, became unicorn company in year 2020 with funding from Mastercard. The […]

Garware Technical Fibres: Largest Fishnets Player

Management gave a vision to double company’s profit in the coming five years.
Company is working on developing more & more value added products and their contribution to the company revenue. Value added products contribution to the portfolio is 65-70% in FY19 against 35% in past 3-4 years. Moreover, they contribute 70-75% of the profits.
In addition, PBDIT margin increased to 18.9% in FY19 from 15% in FY15.
Exports contribute 58% of the revenue of Garware.

Unacademy : Largest consumer internet story in future?

Unacademy has over 90,000 active subscribers on the platform. Moreover, more than 10,000 educators are listed on the platform. 70% users are from Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities in India.
In addition, Unacademy’s Youtube channel receives over 150 million monthly views. With rise in paid subscribers
Further, Unacademy expects to earn annual recurring revenue of USD 250-300 million (around INR 1,775 crore to INR 2,130 crore) in the upcoming years.

Shriram Group: Group Structure

Shriram Transport Finance Company Ltd is a significant part of the group. It is one of the leading vehicle financing players. The company secures around 12-13% of the vehicle financing industry in India. On the other hand, Shriram City Union Finance (SCUF) is a deposit taking NBFC focusing on retail lending.

Garware Group: Family & Group Structure

About the Group Garware Technical Fibres Ltd is the flagship company of the group. The company operates in the technical textiles sector. The company’s two main products include fishing nets, ropes & […]