Milton Cycle Industries Limited Unlisted Shares|Latest Share Price & Updates
Milton Cycle Industries Limited was started by Late Sh. Jaidev Kapur in 1960. The company is primarily involved in manufacturing and selling of bicycles and its components such as chains, freewheelers, and BB Axles for Atlas Cycles (Haryana) Limited.
In 2006, Milton Cycle Industries Limited developed into a complete bicycle manufacturing unit, besides being an ancillary to the Atlas Cycle Limited’s Sahibabad division. It has a manufacturing facility located at Sonepat, Haryana. The production facility is spread in an area of 7.5 acres with a production line capable of producing 5000 units per day.
Milton has been manufacturing top quality Bicycle components that have stood the test of time, products that have earned Milton Cycles a nationwide reputation for technical innovation, reliability and outstanding performance.
MILTON CYCLE INDUSTRIES LIMITED is a 62.7 Years old company, incorporated on 10 May 1960. It is classified as a Public Unlisted Indian Non-Government Company. Its authorized share capital is ₹1.00 Cr and its paid up capital is ₹42.00 Lakhs. As per MCA, the main line of business is Manufacture Of Other Transport Equipment.
MILTON CYCLE INDUSTRIES LIMITED’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) was last held on 30 Sep 2022 and as per records from Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), its balance sheet was last filed on 31 Mar 2022.
|Symbol:||Milton Cycle Industries Ltd.|
|Face Value (₹):||10|
|Demat Status:||NSDL & CDSL|
|Lot Size:||75 Shares|
The current status of the company is Active.
The longest serving director currently on board is Om Parkash Sharma who was appointed on 03 July, 2020. Om Parkash Sharma has been on the board for 2 years and 5 months. The most recently appointed director is Vinod Buber, who was appointed on 04 February, 2022.
The company manufactures bicycles and parts and accessories in its manufacturing plant in Sonipat, Haryana. The company has been making sales since the year 1960. Milton Cycle is a very well-established entity for bicycles.
India’s bicycle industry is pedaling to a decadal-high demand growth of 20% in FY21, with sales likely to touch 1.45 crore units compared with 1.2 crore units in FY20. Covid-19 pandemic has spurred demand for bicycles owing to improving fitness consciousness and leisure requirements.
Board of Directors:
|Mr.Anil Kumar Kapur||Director|
|Mr.Gopal Dass Girdharwal||Director|
|Mr.Om Parkash Sharma||Director|
- MCIL now a plethora of bicycle models caters to the needs of kids, fancy, roadsters segments marketed through its dealer distributor network in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Arunachal Pradesh and Nepal.
- The production facility is spread in sprawling areas of 7.5 acres. MCIL has a production line capable of producing 5000 units per day.
- The company’s operating margin is thin in the range of 2-3%.
- The 75% direct cost of raw material contributes to the bulk of expenses.
- The company over the years has also not been able to pass on the rising input cost to the customers putting pressure on margins.
|Total Income (₹ Crores)||21.25||94.12||117.44||114.08||113.24|
|PAT (₹ Crores)||-1.03||2.47||0.58||0.68||0.83|
|Book Value per Share (₹)||322.32||346.74||287.89||273.88||259.04|
|Equity (₹ Crores)||13.54||14.56||12.09||11.50||10.88|
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