The 5-year analysis of Starlite Components Ltd's performance infers:
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Starlite Components is a company incorporated in the state of Maharashtra on November 13, 1991. It received the certificate for commencement of business on March 18, 1992. The company proposes to manufacture 150 million pieces of GLS/FTL Filaments, 12 million pieces of Speciality Filaments and 90 million pieces of GLS/FTL Caps bases.
The Starlite Group has been the source for lighting components to most of the lighting majors. The newest venture Starlite Lighting Limited (SLL) has a
The Starlite Group has been the source for lighting components to most of the lighting majors. The newest venture Starlite Lighting Limited (SLL) has a current outlay of $5 million. The main plant of SLL in Nashik has the location advantage of being just 182 km away from Mumbai -- the commercial capital of India and one of the biggest ports. Starlite Lighting Limited and other associate group companies are capable to cater to the needs of major inputs. Apart from a well-developed domestic market, the company has targeted global presence in the US, Europe & Middle East.
The company has taken over current assets and running business from Filaments and Filaments with effect from April 1, 1992 vide Memorandum of Understanding dated September 24, 1992 entered into with Filaments and Filaments. The company has also vide rental agreement dated May 25, 1993 entered with Starlite Lamp Components Private Limited has taken on rent land and building and plant and machineries and has agreed to takeover all these assets by amalgamating the Starlite Lamp Components Private Limited with the company, in due course of time. On completion of amalgamation formalities with the respective high courts takeover process shall be completed. The cost of acquisition has been considered in the total cost of the project. The unit taken over by the company had not faced any labour problems/ litigation/ defaults etc. There was no closure of business due to any labour problem etc. in the unit taken over by the company.