Bhansali Engineering Polymers Ltd's earnings have grown by 71.9%, whereas share price has appreciated 55.2% CAGR over the past five years, indicating the company’s share price is likely undervalued. However, for specific investment actions please consult your investment advisor.
Bhansali Engineering Polymers Ltd share price has appreciated 22% annually (CAGR) over the past ten years.
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Bhansali Engineering Polymers (BEPL) is a leading name in the petrochemical sector in India. BEPL is a vertically integrated petrochemical company that is into manufacturing of ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) -- a raw material used extensively across industries like automobiles, home appliances, telecommunications, luggage and other sectors.
The company manufactures and produces variety of specialty
The company manufactures and produces variety of specialty grades and 1200 different colour shades meeting customers requirements in different applications. The company has dedicated R & D team that helps to develop its application in shortest possible time.
For more than a decade, BEPL has been a trusted partner for the makers of automobiles, home appliances, telephones, electrical and electronics appliances, business machines, luggage, stationery, novelties and various other products.
Major clients of BEPL include large Indian brands namely Bajaj, Exide, Fiat, Aquaguard, Beetel, VIP, Samsonite, BPL, Onida, Sanyo, Videocon, Voltas, Whirpool, Electrolux, Crompton, IFB, LG, Kenstar, Tata, Toyota, Yahama and may more.
Bhansali Engineering Polymers (BEPL) was incorporated in the year 1986. The company was promoted by Shri B M Bhansali. BEPL was the first company in India to start manufacturing quality ABS resins using foreign technology. Its plant is located at Satnoor, which was set up in technical collaboration with Sumitomo Chemical Engineering Co / Sumitomo Nagautuck, Japan at a capital cost of Rs 3,670 lakh. This plant became operational in January 1990 and started manufacturing general purpose injection moulding, extrusion and specialty grades of ABS and its alloys.
The company enhanced its capacity from 7500 TPA in 1990 to 15,000 TPA in the year 1996. In 2000, company acquired Vadodara-based Polychem and also added facility for manufacturing merchant SAN. With further expansion and addition of balancing equipment at both units at Satnoor and Vadodara, its installed capacity exceeded 30000 TPA in 2002. Continuing on the path of expansion, BEPL acquired Rajasthan Polymers Resins (RPRL) in the year 2004 to further enhance the production capacity to 48,000 TPA. BEPL has taken a step for a big expansion leap towards 200 KTPA in near future. Moreover, basic layout for 400 KTPA and 600 KTPA expansion has been finalized.
BEPLâ€™s ambitious mid-to-long term strategy concentrates on strengthening its vertically integrated business structure. For its petrochemical business, BEPL has plans to further strengthen its foothold and position itself as a major player in main growing markets across the globe. This will be realized by raising the product quality and cost competitiveness through enhanced R&D and marketing abilities.
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