Sical Logistics Ltd's earnings have declined by -256.1%, whereas share price has declined -39.9% 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.
Sical Logistics Ltd share price has declined -15.5% annually (CAGR) over the past ten years.
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Sical is Indiaâ€™s leading provider of integrated solutions for offshore logistics and multi-modal logistics for bulk and containerized cargo. The company is the handler of more than 26 million tonnes of bulk cargo and 500,000 TEUs of containerized cargo annually.
Sical provides end-to-end solutions in:
Sicalâ€™s delivery network includes an exclusive walk-in berth at Chennai for ships carrying bulk cargo; a container terminal at Tuticorin; 225,000 square feet of storage across 17 warehouses; owned and regularly contracted fleet of more than 1000 transport vehicles; container freight stations at 3 locations across India; Sical Torino, a deepwater-capable platform supply vessel, and Sical Portofino, a cutter suction dredger.
Commodities services by the company are Dry bulk, Liquid bulk, Gases, Steel material, Ores, Metals, Containers, Over-dimensional cargo and Packaged goods.
Sical Infra Assets, a 100% subsidiary of Sical Logistics, bundles the parent's seven different special purpose vehicles (SPVs) for operating asset-heavy, capital-intensive, longer gestation infrastructure-based businesses. The SPVs: Sical Multimodal and Rail Transport Ltd (SMART), Nagpur Sical Gupta Road Terminal Ltd (NSGRT), Nagpur Sical Gupta Logistics Ltd (NSGL), Sical Iron Ore Terminals Ltd (SIOT), PSA Sical Terminals Ltd, Chennai International Terminals Pvt Ltd (CITPL), Sical Distriparks Ltd and Bergen Offshore Logistics Pte Ltd. The rationale behind forming SIAL was to promote the longer duration BOT type infrastructure business separately from the short cycle services-oriented businesses.