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City Union Bank
City Union is a Tamil Nadu based bank, where it has 70 per cent of its 600 branches. The bank focuses on bottom-of-the-pyramid client base and offers loans to farmers, traders and small entrepreneurs. Together they constitute over 60 per cent of its loan book. The bank’s non-performing loans account for just 1.7 per cent of its assets. At the same time, its recov- ery rate of defaulted loans is better than the industry average. Also, the bank is able to earn the second highest industry net-interest mar- gins as it charges short-term work- ing-capital loans at higher rates and offers a lower interest on deposits. This risk-averse business approach is expected to support the bank’s future growth. However, a high geographical concentration remains a concern.
Emami is a pure play on new-age lifestyle problems like stress, hair fall, body pain and other health issues. To counter this, the compa- ny has built a portfolio of power brands such as Navratna, Boroplus, Zandu Balm and Kesh King.
In the last two years, Emami has succeeded in reducing its dependence on the wholesale channel by increasing its direct reach. As of FY18, it has direct reach to nearly one million outlets and 25,000 villages.
Kajaria is the largest tile manufacturer in India, with an organised industry market share of 22 per cent as of FY17. The company has an installed manufacturing capaci- ty of 68 million sq. meters (msm) at nine facilities across the country and a network of 1,400 dealers. The company is expanding its capacity by 5 msm for glazed ceramics pro- duction at Andhra Pradesh. It will be commissioned by FY20.
KEI is engaged in the manufactur- ing and marketing of power and other industrial cables. It has three manufacturing units and sells its products through a network of 1,400 dealers around the country. The company’s major revenue con- tributors are low- and high-tension (56 per cent of revenue) cables; home wires (19 per cent); and engi- neering, procurement and con- struction (16 per cent).
Nilkamal is one of the leading manufacturers of moulded furni- ture (chairs and stools) and materi- al-handling products (crates and storage shelves). The company also has presence in the retail sector with its brands ‘@home’ and Nilkamal Mattrezzz. The company has two major divisions: plastic (91 per cent of revenue) and furniture and lifestyle. The company’s reve- nues have been increasing steadily, but the company’s business is highly dependent on crude oil, which is a key raw material. Hence, despite strong revenue growth, margins are not improving due to a rise in crude-oil prices.
Sheela Foam – Sleepwell
Established in 1971, this company manufactures mattresses and other foam-based home-comfort products through its 10 manufacturing facil- ities in India and five in Australia. The company has built an exclu- sive network of 110 distributors and 2,750 retail outlets for its brands Sleepwell, Feather Foam and Lamiflex. However, in the recent results, the company has not done well and has attributed this to the slowdown in the auto sector, which is a significant con- summer of its foam products.
Vardhman Textiles is India’s larg- est domestic producer and export- er of yarns. It has a share of a lit- tle over 5 per cent of India’s total cotton-yarn exports. Its high-pro- file client roster includes high-end brands such as Zara, H&M, Tommy Hilfiger, Arrow and Peter England. The company has capex plans of adding over one lakh spindles of yarn and 40 mm fabric capacity over the next two years. This capex would account for a total of `1,400 crore, out of which around `300 crore has been done in FY18.
NRB is the largest manufacturer of needle and cylindrical roller bearings in India. It has particular- ly sticky relationships with leading original equipment manufacturers like Bajaj Auto, Maruti Suzuki, etc., owing to the customised nature of its products. The compa- ny currently commands a sizeable market share and has strength- ened its export portfolio, which contributed 20 per cent of its total revenue in FY18. In addition, it has planned a capex of `150 crore to expand capacity. The stock trades at a P/E of 15 times, which is in line with peers. However, the company’s ROE, currently at 25 per cent, is higher than most of its peers.
Research Source : Value Research Online
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