RAMARAJU SURGICAL COTTON MILLS LTD | LATEST SHARE PRICE & UPDATES
Founded in 1939, Ramaraju Surgical Cotton Mills (part of Ramco Group) has emerged as Southern India’s largest producer of surgical dressings, yarn, and gray fabrics with its manufacturing facilities located in Rajapalayam, Subramaniapuram, Perumalpatti Village, Tamilnadu and in Jaggaiahpet, Andhra Pradesh. The monthly production capacity of the company is 125 tons of medical grade cotton and 1.5 million square meters of bandages and gauze products.
The company uses captive generated power from its own windmills and rooftop solar plant to meet its power needs. The company has installed wind mill capacity of 8.30 MW and 1.20 MW solar power panels for its captive power consumption.
During FY 2021, the company distributed dividends Rs 0.50 per share to its shareholders.
Ramaraju Surgical cotton Mills has one subsidiary: Madras Chipboard Limited, Rajapalayam (MCBL) with 64.68% shareholding. Besides, the company holds minority investments in various associate companies of Ramco Group including Ramco Cements Ltd (1.40%), Ramco Industries Ltd (0.16%), Ramco Systems Ltd (0.04%), Rajapalayam Mills Ltd (1.83%), Sri Vishnu Shankar Mills Ltd (0.75%), Shri Harini Media Ltd (2.65%) and Shri Harini Textiles Ltd (49.67%).
Ramaraju Surgical Cotton Mills has 3 divisions: spinning, surgical and weaving division. Spinning Division makes spun yarn with the spinning capacity of 49,000 ring spindles and 2,400 open end rotors. The yarn is marketed under the brand ‘sudarsanam Spinning Mills’. Surgical division makes absorbent cotton, gauze and bandages and retails it under the ‘surgicom’ brand. The weaving division makes bed linen, shirt fabrics and other products and markets it under the brand ‘sudarsanam Fabrics’.
During FY 2021, the company exported cotton yarn and fabric worth Rs 49 crores (against Rs 68 crores last year).
The registered office of the company is located at No. 2, 119/120, P.A.C. Ramasamy Raja Salai, Rajapalayam, Tamil Nadu
|Symbol||Ramaraju Surgical Cotton Mills Ltd|
|Face Value||₹ 10 each|
Board of Directors:
- Largest producer of absorbent cotton, gauze, bandages, and other wound-care products in Southern India.
- Diversified product portfolio including yarn, surgical cotton products and bed linen and shirt fabrics.
- During FY 2021, the company reported 13% net margin, 26% operating margin, and 16% return on equity.
- Part of Ramco Group of Companies.
|Total Income (₹ Crores)||315.65||315.90||255.00||263.65|
|PAT (₹ Crores)||42.27||19.88||-0.26||8.86|
|Book Value per Share (₹)||690.88||599.31||550.70||550.50|
|Equity (₹ Crores)||272.66||236.52||217.34||217.26|
|Company||Market Cap (₹ Crores)||Profitability Margin (%)||ROCE (%)||ROE (%)||D/E Ratio||P/E Ratio||P/B Ratio||Book Value per Share (₹)|
|THE RAMARAJU SURGICAL COTTON MILLS LTD||201.27||13.39%||15.16%||35.91%||2.54||4.76||0.74||690.88|
|SAMBANDAM SPINNING MILLS LTD||78.00||3.49%||14.04%||8.04%||0.80||5.16||0.40||235.87|
|NAHAR SPINNING MILLS LTD||1349.00||1.96%||10.68%||4.61%||1.17||9.18||1.15||248.69|
“Bonus Share Issue Propose in June 2021.”
The Board of Directors, at its meeting held on 14th June, 2021 has recommended for issuance of
bonus shares in the proportion of 1:2 [i.e.1 (One) new fully paid up equity share for every 2 (Two)
existing equity shares held].
Ramaraju Surgical Cotton Mills consolidated net profit rises 781.82% in the March 2021 quarter
Sales rose 43.88% to Rs 98.44 crore. Net profit of Ramaraju Surgical Cotton Mills rose 781.82% to Rs 34.92 crore in the quarter ended March 2021 as against Rs 3.96 crore during the previous quarter ended March 2020. Sales rose 43.88% to Rs 98.44 crore in the quarter ended March 2021 as against Rs 68.42 crore during the previous quarter ended March 2020.
Read more here: https://www.business-standard.com/article/news-cm/ramaraju-surgical-cotton-mills-consolidated-net-profit-rises-781-82-in-the-march-2021-quarter-121060400966_1.html
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