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Inox Group Stocks

The Inox Group is a prominent Indian conglomerate with diversified interests across various sectors including industrial gases, renewable energy, entertainment, and manufacturing. Established in 1923, it has grown significantly over the decades, maintaining a strong reputation for quality and innovation. The Group's flagship company, Gujarat Fluorochemicals Limited, is a leading player in the Fluorochemicals sector, providing various products for industries worldwide. In the renewable energy sector, Inox Wind is recognised for its advanced wind turbine manufacturing and wind power solutions. Inox Leisure, the entertainment arm, operates one of India's largest multiplex chains, offering a premium movie-going experience. The Group's commitment to sustainability, quality, and customer satisfaction has been instrumental in its long-term success and growth. Read More
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Volume
Market Cap
52W Low - High
Sector

LTP

₹ 3,305.2

-72.40 (-2.14%)

Volume

1,13,931 Cr

Market Cap

₹36,190 Cr

52W Low - High

₹2,476.00 - ₹3,920.00

Sector

Chemicals

LTP

₹ 165.84

-4.98 (-2.92%)

Volume

37,77,813 Cr

Market Cap

₹1,336 Cr

52W Low - High

₹54.40 - ₹174.00

Sector

Infrastructure Developers & Operators

LTP

₹ 1,302.35

-3.85 (-0.29%)

Volume

1,69,454 Cr

Market Cap

₹0 Cr

52W Low - High

₹801.55 - ₹1,473.00

Sector

Packaging

LTP

₹ 508.85

0.00 (0.00%)

Volume

5,26,706 Cr

Market Cap

₹6,214 Cr

52W Low - High

₹0.00 - ₹510.85

Sector

Entertainment

LTP

₹ 6,847.55

-48.50 (-0.70%)

Volume

4,080 Cr

Market Cap

₹1,473 Cr

52W Low - High

₹2,016.50 - ₹7,999.00

Sector

Power Generation & Distribution

LTP

₹ 139.24

-1.77 (-1.26%)

Volume

31,33,839 Cr

Market Cap

₹3,333 Cr

52W Low - High

₹37.01 - ₹177.00

Sector

Capital Goods - Electrical Equipment

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History of the Inox Group

The journey of the Inox Group began over 90 years ago when Mr Siddhomal Jain founded Siddhomal and Sons in the 1920s. This marked the inception of their paper and newsprint trading venture. Fast forward to the 1960s. Devendra Kumar Jain, Mr Siddhomal Jain’s son, decided to venture beyond trading. 

Recognising the potential for extracting, liquefaction, and selling gases from natural air, he set his sights on the industrial sector. Thus, in 1963, he established Industrial Oxygen Co. Pvt. Ltd. in Pune.

Today, the INOX Group is a diverse Indian conglomerate involved in manufacturing industrial and medical gases, cryogenic equipment, LNG storage and distribution equipment. It boasts the largest movie cinema chain in India, PVR INOX. 

With a history of over 9  decades, the Group has made significant contributions to the nation, building successful and sustainable businesses characterised by integrity, delivery, and good governance. Employing over 10,000 individuals across 200+ business units in India, the Group’s companies continue to thrive and contribute to various sectors with a distribution network spanning 50 countries.

Inox Group Sector Presence

The Inox Group is a diversified Indian conglomerate with activities spanning across three industries: 

  1. Medical and Industrial Gas: The group serves this segment with Inox India Ltd, Gujarat Fluorocarbons Limited and Inox AirProducts Private Limited.
  2. Energy and Heavy Electrical Equipments: Inox Wind Limited, Inox Green Energy Services Limited and Inox Wind Energy Limited serve this segment under the group.
  3. Communication and Entertainment: PVR Inox has 425+ theatres nationwide, serving the communication sector.

Key Personnel of the Inox Group

  • Devendra Kumar Jain, Founder-Inox Group 

Devendra Kumar Jain, founder of the Inox Group, began his entrepreneurial journey in the 1960s after graduating from St. Stephen’s College. With over 65 years of experience, he transitioned from trading to establishing Industrial Oxygen Co. Pvt. Ltd. in Pune in 1963, focusing on the burgeoning industrial gas market. The name of the Inox Group was derived from his first company. Recognised for his role in boosting bilateral trade with Commonwealth countries, Jain was honoured with the title of Honorary Member of the Civil Division in the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II. His vision and contributions have been pivotal in shaping the success of the Inox Group.

  • Pavan Jain, Chairman 

Pavan Jain, the Chairman of the INOX Group, is a seasoned industrialist and Chemical Engineering graduate from IIT, New Delhi, boasting more than 45 years of professional experience. Serving as the Chairman of INOX Air Products Pvt. Ltd., Mr Jain has played a pivotal role in transforming the company from a single-plant entity into a prominent player in the industrial gas sector. Under his leadership, the INOX Group has successfully diversified into multiple industries, including refrigerant gases, cryogenic engineering, and entertainment.

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FAQs

Which are the listed stocks of Inox Group?

Listed stocks of the Inox Group include Inox India Ltd, Gujarat Fluorocarbons Limited, Inox Wind Limited, Inox Green Energy Services Limited, PVR Inox Limited and Inox Wind Energy Limited.

Which is the biggest Inox Stock in terms of market cap?

With a market cap of ₹14,812.19 crore, PVR Inox Limited has the largest market cap among the group companies as of January 18, 2024.

Who is the founder of Inox Group?

Inox Group was founded by Shri Devendra Kumar Jain in 1963, operating in extracting and liquefaction gases from natural air.

Which Inox Group Stock is the highest profit-making company?

As of March 2023, Inox India Limited is the highest profit-making company, with a profit after tax of ₹156.2 crore.

Which Inox Group Stock has the highest debt?

As of January 18, 2024, Inox Finance Limited reported the highest debt of ₹8,051.91 crore under the group.

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