Simmonds Marshall Ltd's earnings have declined by -198.9%, whereas share price has declined -9.1% CAGR over the past five years, indicating the company’s share price is likely overvalued. However, for specific investment actions please consult your investment advisor.
Simmonds Marshall Ltd share price has appreciated 8.1% annually (CAGR) over the past ten years.
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Simmonds Marshall Limited was incorporated in 1960 as a Private Company in technical and financial collaboration with Firth Cleveland Fastenings UK holding 51% of the equity of the company. This shareholding was diluted progressively and the balance of foreign holding was purchased fully by the promoters in 1987.
In 1986, the company went public and is now a quoted company on the stock exchange. The company manufactures a range of Specialized Nylon Insert Self Locking Nuts and other
In 1986, the company went public and is now a quoted company on the stock exchange. The company manufactures a range of Specialized Nylon Insert Self Locking Nuts and other Special Fasteners.
The company has been augmenting its cold forming capacity and can produce over 500 million nuts per annum in a wide range from M4 to M48 diameter and equivalent imperial sizes. These nuts are manufactured either to American, British, Japanese, ISO or Indian Standards in a variety of thread forms and protective finishes.
The company also has a battery of multi-spindle automatic bar turning centres capable of producing related automotive components as well.
The company is fully equipped to supply a wide range of Bolts from our associated companies ranging from M5 to M70.
Product range of the company includes:
Simmonds Marshall caters to the automotive and industrial sectors and supplies to almost all the major Automobile Manufacturers in India as OE suppliers. Furthermore, General Motors, Fiat, Honda, Caterpillar, Suzuki, Leyland, Dana, New Holland are some of the world's finest companies that source their requirements from it.