The 5-year analysis of Centum Electronics Ltd's performance infers:
We analysed the performance of Centum Electronics Ltd share prices over the last 10 years. Here is what we found out:
Centum Electronics incorporated in 1993; was erstwhile known as Solectron Centrum Electronics. Later, after the demerger, the name was changed to present one in December 2007.
The company is basically engaged in designing and manufacturing of advanced electronics systems, subsystems, and components. These products caters to various segments such as communications, military, space, automotive and industrial electronics.
Centrum has received various certifications such as ISO9001: 2000,
Centrum has received various certifications such as ISO9001: 2000, ISO/TS16949: 2002 and ISO 140001:2004 quality management. The companyâ€™s products have also received approval from C-DOT and CACT for telecom applications. The company has received approval from Regional Centre for Military Airworthiness to use in military and aerospace applications.
The company markets its products to majors like Nortel, Lucent, Nokia, BI Technologies, Marconi, LG, Samsung, ITI, HTL, Punjab Communication, Crompton Greaves, L&T, ABB and Deltron to name few.
Frequency Control Products (FCP)- The company is known as the largest design, manufacturing and exporting company for frequency-controlled products in India. These products are used in various applications such as aerospace, military, telecom, etc.
FCP is a hi-tech product where technology changes, due to this the company has entered in joint venture with Rakon. Rakon is New Zealand based company, a world leader in FCP products. This 51:49 joint venture will help Centrum Electronics built advanced technologies
System and Modules- Under this, the company is engaged in designing and manufacturing of Crystals and Oscillators. Crystals are used in Stratum applications. The company manufactures high-end products such as DC converters for defence and space segment.
Centum Electronics has received an order worth Rs. 4.3 crores to supply sub-systems to a defence sector unit.