Manali Petrochemicals Ltd's earnings have grown by 33.7%, whereas share price has appreciated 22.5% 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.
Manali Petrochemicals Ltd share price has appreciated 27.8% annually (CAGR) over the past ten years.
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Manali Petrochemical Ltd. (MPL) established in 1986, is a leader in the production and marketing of propylene glycol and polyols in India.
It is based in Chennai, India. Manali Petrochemical annually produces 27000 metric tonnes of propylene oxide, 14,000 metric tonnes of propylene glycol and 15,000 metric tonnes of polyether polyol and system polyol.
Manali Petrochemical Ltd Plant-I (originally built by SPIC) set up with the technology of Atochem for manufacture of PO and PG and that of
Manali Petrochemical Ltd Plant-I (originally built by SPIC) set up with the technology of Atochem for manufacture of PO and PG and that of Arco for manufacture of Polyuol acquired through Technip, France. Manali Petrochemical Ltd Plant-II (originally joint venture of UB and TIDCO) was merged with MPL later utilizes the technology of Enichem of Italy for the PO and PG and Press Industrial for manufacture of Polyol.
MPL operates two grass route production facilities at Manali near Chennai to manufacturer Propylene oxide (PO), Propylele Glycol (PG) and polyol. MPL markets its poolyols with isocyanate imported from Japan and TDI prepolymers produced at MPL for meeting the demand from polyurethane industry in India.
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