Rohit Ferro-Tech Ltd's earnings have grown by 0%, whereas share price has appreciated 32.6% 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.
Rohit Ferro-Tech Ltd share price has declined -1.4% annually (CAGR) over the past ten years.
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Rohit Ferro-Tech was incorporated on April 7, 2000 as Rohit Ferro-Tech Private Limited under the Companies Act, 1956. The company subsequently became a public company under the name of Rohit Ferro-Tech Limited with effect from 24th June 2004.
The company belongs to Impex Group having interest in Ferro Alloys. Suresh Kumar Patni, Chairman cum Managing Director, has promoted the company, and is well known in the eastern region ferro alloys industry.
The company was promoted with the
The company was promoted with the intention to set up a Ferro Alloy Plant. The company has carved a niche for itself as a leading producer of High Carbon Ferro Chrome. The company has also got ISO 9001:2000 certifications assuring high standard quality adherence for its products.
A well-differentiated player in the Ferro Alloy manufacturing sector, Rohit Ferro-Tech operates with a vision that inspires, and a business strategy that sustains. An active player in both domestic and international markets, RFTLâ€™s product mix is aimed at catering to the high demand globally as well as maximizing on returns.
RFTL had started itâ€™s operations in Octoberâ€™03 with a Ferro Alloy plant comprising of Two 9 MVA Submerged Arc Furnaces to produce High Carbon Ferro Chrome at Bishnupur in the state of West Bengal. RFTL has added one by one more three furnaces in this Bishnupur unit, and presently this unit is operating Five 9 MVA furnaces to produce 70,000 TPA of Ferro Alloys comprising of High Carbon Ferro Chrome , Silico Manganese and Ferro Manganese.
In 2006, RFTL started operation of another unit in Orissa with four 16.5 MVA Submerged Arc Furnaces at Kalinganagar Industrial Complex, Jajpur to produce 110,000 TPA of Ferro Alloys comprising of High Carbon Ferro Chrome, Silico Manganese & Ferro Manganese. Currently, RFTL is setting up another unit in Haldia, West Bengal to produce 100,000 TPA of ferro manganese/ Silico Manganese by installing Six 9 MVA Submerged Arc Furnaces. It has also planning to add another 50,000 TPA capacity in Orissa by setting up a 33 MVA furnace alongwith a 110 MW Captive Power Plant in Jajpur, Orissa.
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