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Castrol India Ltd. Stock Analysis

Mid Cap
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Lubricants

Castrol was founded by Charles “Cheers” Wakefield under the name of ‘CC Wakefield & Company’. In 1899 Charles left a job at Vacuum Oil to start a new business selling lubricants for trains and heavy machinery.

Analysis of Financial Track Record

Data adjusted to bonus, split, extra-ordinary income, rights issue and change in financial year end
Financial track record gives insight into the company's performance on key parameters over the past ten years. MoneyWorks4me’s proprietary colour codes make it easy for retail investors to gauge the company’s past performance.
Castrol India Ltd. has performed well in majority of the past ten years indicating its past ten year financial track record is very good
Value Creation
Value Creation Index Colour Code Guide
 Dec'10Dec'11Dec'12Dec'13Dec'14Dec'15Dec'16Dec'17Dec'18Dec'19
Return on Capital Employed 94.11%83.89%72.19%71.28%77.01%115.32%85.38%68.07%64.68%65.62%
Value Creation Index 7.385.614.784.705.168.235.834.454.174.25
Growth Parameters
Growth Parameters Colour Code Guide
Net Sales (Rs. Cr.) 2,7352,9933,1213,1803,3923,2983,3703,5843,9053,877
Y-o-Y Gr. Rt.-9.5%4.3%1.9%6.7%-2.8%2.2%6.4%8.9%-0.7%
Adjusted EPS (Rs.) 4.974.94.565.034.846.256.716.887.148.39
Y-o-Y Gr. Rt.--1.4%-6.9%10.3%-3.8%29.1%7.4%2.5%3.8%17.5%
Book Value per Share (Rs.) 5.66.116.567.65.025.829.9210.2111.6313.63
Adjusted Net Profit 492484451498479618664680706830
Net Op. Cash Flow (Rs. Cr.) 510352467396548740664608549879
Debt to Cash Flow from Ops 0000000000
Standalone financials take only the parent company into account while consolidated financials take into account financials of the parent company as well as of all its subsidiaries. In most companies consolidated financials should be used for analysis.
Castrol India Ltd. should be analysed on a Standalone basis
CAGR
CAGR Colour Code Guide
  9 yrs 5 yrs 3 yrs 1 yr
Net Sales 4%2.7%4.8%-0.7%
Adjusted EPS 6%11.6%7.7%17.5%
Book Value per Share 10.422.111.217.2
Share Price 2.2% -10.3% -13.8% -7.2%
Key Financial Parameter
Performance Ratio Colour Code Guide
 Dec'10Dec'11Dec'12Dec'13Dec'14Dec'15Dec'16Dec'17Dec'18Dec'19
Return on Equity (%) 93.7883.6971.9571.1176.74115.2185.2567.9964.6165.56
Operating Profit Margin (%) 26.5822.5320.1221.8621.3127.3429.6928.8627.4229.87
Net Profit Margin (%) 17.9816.1814.4515.6614.1218.7319.6918.9818.0921.41
Debt to Equity 0000000000
Working Capital Days 58616570727068728689
Cash Conversion Cycle -30-18-11-14-15-32-33-33-16-5
Corporate Governance What do we look at?
Corporate Governance
Board Credentials
Promoter's holding
Transparency
Integrity
Entity Percentage Holding
Promoters 51.00%
Institutions 29.80%
Non-Institutions 19.20%
Pledged *0.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.00
* Pledged shares as % of Promoter's holding (%)

MoneyWorks4Me analysed the past 10-year performance of Castrol India Ltd. and arrived at the following conclusion:

Past 10 year's financial track record indicates that Castrol India Ltd. is a good quality company. However, for specific investment actions please connect with your investment advisor.

The 5-year analysis of Castrol India Ltd.'s performance infers:

Castrol India Ltd. earnings have grown by 11.6%, whereas share price has depreciated -10.3% CAGR over the past five years, indicating the company's share price is likely undervalued. However, for specific investment actions please connect with your investment advisor.

We analysed the performance of Castrol India Ltd. share prices over the last 10 years. Here is what we found out:

Castrol India Ltd. share price has depreciated 1.1% annually over the past ten years.

Castrol was founded by Charles “Cheers” Wakefield under the name of ‘CC Wakefield & Company’. In 1899 Charles left a job at Vacuum Oil to start a new business selling lubricants for trains and heavy machinery.

Early in the new century, Wakefield took a personal interest in two sporty new motorised contraptions - the automobile and the aeroplane. The company started developing

Castrol was founded by Charles “Cheers” Wakefield under the name of ‘CC Wakefield & Company’. In 1899 Charles left a job at Vacuum Oil to start a new business selling lubricants for trains and heavy machinery.

Early in the new century, Wakefield took a personal interest in two sporty new motorised contraptions - the automobile and the aeroplane. The company started developing lubricants for these new engines, which needed oils that were runny enough to work from cold at start-up and thick enough to keep working at very high temperatures. Wakefield researchers found that adding a measure of castor oil, a vegetable oil made from castor beans, did the trick nicely. They called the new product “Castrol.” In 1919 John Alcock and Arthur Brown choose Castrol to lubricate their engine on the first trans-Atlantic flight.

Having helped pioneer a new kind of motor oil, CC Wakefield pioneered a new method of getting customers to notice the product: sponsorship. The Castrol name appeared on banners and flags at competitive aviation events, auto races and at attempts to break the land speed record.

By 1960, the name of the motor oil had all but eclipsed that of the company’s larger-than-life founder, and so ‘CC Wakefield& Company’ became, simply, Castrol Ltd. In 1966 The Burmah Oil Company bought Castrol and in 2000 Burmah-Castrol was purchased by BP.

Business area of the company

Castrol India is an India-based company engaged in providing coke and refined petroleum products. The company is involved in manufacturing lubricating oils.

Products offered by the company

  • Automotive lubricants
  • Industrial lubricants
  • Marine & energy lubricants

Awards

2017

  • ‘Eklavya’, Castrol India’s programme on skill development for mechanics, was awarded the runners-up prize at FICCI CSR Awards 2017.
  • Castrol India received the Golden Peacock Special Commendation for Excellence in Corporate Governance 2017 at a special ceremony in the UK.
  • Castrol India Limited was recognized as Best Company in the ‘Specialty Oils and Lubricants’ sector at the Dun & Bradstreet Corporate Awards 2017.
    Castrol India’s road safety practices won the Best Practice Award at the Ramkrishna Bajaj ‘Making Quality Happen’ 2017 seminar.
  • Castrol India was winner of the INDIASTAR & PACMACHINE 2017 National Award in packaging design for the development of a unique e-promotional cap used in small retail packs.
  • Castrol India’s Silvassa plant was the recipient of the 16th Annual Greentech Safety Award for excellence in safety for the third consecutive year.

2018

  • Castrol India was the winner of the IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Awards 2018 in the manufacturing category.
  • Castrol India won the Golden Peacock Innovation Management Award 2018 for fostering a culture of innovativeness.
  • Castrol India’s Silvassa plant became the first lubricants plant in India to be awarded the coveted Ford Q1 Certification.
  • Castrol India’s Patalganga plant was the winner of the Golden Peacock Occupational Health & Safety Award 2018 in the industrial sector.
  • Castrol India’s Silvassa and Paharpur plants were the recipients of the 17th Annual Greentech Safety Award 2018. Silvassa plant (first from left) won it for the fourth consecutive year.

2019

  • Castrol India’s manufacturing plants won several recognitions for their exemplary safety performance. The Patalganga plant was the winner of National Safety Council of India Award, the Paharpur plant received the Indian Chamber of Commerce National Occupational Health & Safety Gold Award (image on left) and the Silvassa plant received the GreenTech Safety Award for the fifth consecutive year.
  • Rashmi Joshi, Chief Financial Officer and Wholetime Director, Castrol India was awarded the overall winner of the Treasury Today Asia Woman of the Year Award at the Adam Smith Awards Asia 2019. She was recognized for demonstrating exceptional innovation in the corporate treasury domain.
  • Castrol CONNEKT digital tool won two awards at the ACEF Global Customer Engagement Awards in the category of Mobile Marketing for successful use of technology and marketing effectiveness.
  • Castrol CRB TURBOMAX Truck Aasana campaign was recognized across several national and international platforms, including a gold in the prestigious APAC Effie Awards 2019 in Automotive category (image on left), gold at the India Effie Award in the Automobiles and Experiential Marketing categories and at ACEF Global Customer Engagement Awards 2019 for PR effectiveness.
  • Castrol Sarathi Mitra, one of Castrol India’s flagship programmes for CSR, was recognized with the Grant Thornton SABERA Award 2019 for its positive impact towards the trucker community.
  • Kedar Apte, Vice President - Marketing, Castrol India was acknowledged as the CMO of the year for social responsibility at the Pitch CMO Awards 2020 for leadership in purpose-led marketing.

Milestones

  • 2008: Castrol launched its Marine Bio range with improved environmental performance to help protect ocean life
  • 2012: NASA's Curiosity rover began its mission on Mars, lubricated by a Castrol grease
  • 2013: Castrol Industrial lubricates NASAs wheels of success-began its exciting mission on Mars in early August, an innovative Castrol Industrial lubricant called Castrol Braycote 601 EF helped ensure the smooth operation of Curiosity, from its wheels to its cameras
  • 2014: Castrol India and Triumph Motorcycles signed an agreement for a partnership in India.
  • 2015: Castrol launched Nexcel, an oil change system designed to reduce tailpipe emissions, recycle used oil and simplify oil changes
  • 2017: Castrol launched its first bio-synthetic engine oil with 25% renewable plant-based oil
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