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|Mutual Funds (Change:0.40)||2.74%||2.34%|
|Insurance Companies (Change:0.19)||2.19%||2%|
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What is the main business of Cochin Shipyard?
The main business of Cochin Shipyard is to undertake the construction of various kinds of vessels, while also carrying out repairs and refitting, including periodic upgradation and extension of a ship’s life.
Who are the promoters of Cochin Shipyard?
The main promoter of Cochin Shipyard is the President of India with a 72.86% shareholding.
What are the Subsidiaries that comes under Cochin Shipyard?
The two wholly owned subsidiaries that come under Cochin Shipyard are Hooghly Cochin Shipyard Limited and Udupi Cochin Shipyard Limited (previously known as Tebma Shipyards Limited).
Today's live share price for Cochin Shipyard Ltd is NSE: ₹ 632.25, BSE: ₹ 632.45 with a current market capitalization of .
Cochin Shipyard Ltd is the largest green field Ship building and Ship repair yard in India. The company is the builder of the largest ships for Indian Naval Services as well as merchant navy ships. The company is engaged in two major activities, namely Shipbuilding and Repair of ships/ offshore structures. They are listed among the first ten public sector undertakings of Government of India. The company was situated adjacent to the Port of Cochin in the West Coast of India. They provide ship building of tankers, product carriers, bulk carriers, passenger vessels, high bollard pull tugs, and air defense ships; and ship repair services, which include upgradation of mobile offshore drilling units and life extension of ships, as well as maintenance and repairs to the aircraft carriers, tankers, and bulk carriers. They also engage in offshore projects and marine engineering training. Cochin Shipyard Ltd was incorporated in the year 1972 as a fully owned Government of India company. The company commenced the shipbuilding operations in the year 1978, and ship repair operations in the year 1981. They completed the first phase of yard facilities in the year 1982. This yard was designed and constructed under technical collaboration with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (M.H.I), Japan. The first ship to roll out of the company was the MV Rani Padmini in the year 1981.The company commenced Marine Engineering Training in the year 1993 and Offshore Upgradation in the year 1999. In the year 2001, the company won the contract for replacement of deck cranes at SE and SJ platforms of ONGC in the Bombay High region at a cost of Rs 77 million. In the year 2003, they began fabrication of tugs for Port of Jedda. During the year 2005-06, the company delivered 3 Nos Firefighting tugs to ATCO, Saudi Arabia and launched the second Bulk Carrier for Clipper, Bahamas along with the first Platform Supply Vessel for Deep Sea Supply ASA, Norway. Also, they concluded the contracts for additional 4 Nos Rolls-Royce UT 755-L type Platform Supply Vessels for Deep Sea Supply ASA, Norway. During the year 2006-07, the company delivered three Firefighting tug to ATCO, Saudi Arabia, three Bulk Carriers to Clipper Group, Denmark and one Platform Supply Vessel to Deep Sea Supply, Norway. Also, they undertook repairs to the oil Rig Trident II of Transocean Offshore Drilling Inc, Houston. During the year 2007-08, the company undertook major repairs to the ONGC's Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit Sgar Bhushan, Jack up Rig Sagar Kiran, Jack up Rig trident-2 for Transocean, USA, Dredger Sagar Hansa for Van Oord ACZ Shipping Management, Denmark and Dredge Aquarius for Dredging Corporation of India. During the year 2008-09, the company undertook major repairs to JUR Sagar Kiran, Sagar Bhushan of ONGC and INS Viraat of Indian Navy. They delivered four platform supply vessels to various international owners. The company is to build Inida's first Indigenous Aircraft Carrier. The keel for the vessel was laid at the Shipyard on February 28, 2009. The company was awarded the Performance Excellence Award instituted by Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering consecutively for 2007 and 2008. In July 2008, the company was awarded the category I Miniratna status, which was recognition of the company's growth in the recent years and their efforts to grow into an international shipyard. The company is planning an initial public offer in which the company will divest 10% of their stake.Read more