The 5-year analysis of Lords Chloro Alkali Ltd's performance infers:
We analysed the performance of Lords Chloro Alkali Ltd share prices over the last 10 years. Here is what we found out:
Lords Chloro Alkali (LCAL) was incorporated in 1979, for producing and exporting a wide range of chemicals, which commanded the market in North India. LCAL has built sophisticated manufacturing facilities at Alwar (Rajasthan), having locational advantage in chloro-alkali deficit region. A well integrated Caustic-Soda Plant is presently upgraded to 220 t.p.d. Laden, with a production potential to tap by-products, both functional and non-functional.
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The company is strategically located in the heart of North India where the demand is always more than the supply. The company supplies its products to most of the paper, soap, dyes, chemicals and plastic industries based at the western part of UP, Haryana, Punjab and Delhi. Besides this, there is also in-house consumption of Chlorine.
LCAL is a leading manufacturer of rayon grade caustic soda and caustic concentration in North India. With the technological support of Japanese company, Asahi Kasei Chemical Corporation, UHDE of Germany it has established a professionally managed set up, comprising of professionals in technical, financial and commercial segments of the business.
Besides rayon grade caustic soda, LCAL also produces liquid chlorine, trichloroethylene, hydrochloric acid, calcium hypo-chloride (bleach liquor) stable bleaching powder and hydrogen gas.
Awards and Recognition:
The company has achieved a prestigious SMB Award for superior financial performance during 2007-08
In year of 2008-09 it was awarded by Rajasthan Energy Conservative Award by Goverment of Rajasthan for outsatanding contribution in Chloro Akali sector.
For environmental protection measures taken by the company, it has been awarded by several governmental forums as State Government, Central Government, Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board, Rajasthan Productivity Council, Alwar district Administration.