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Kirloskar Group Stocks

Kirloskar Group is a prominent Indian conglomerate with a legacy spanning over 130 years, known for its significant contributions to the engineering sector. It has since been instrumental in promoting industrial growth and economic self-sufficiency in India. The Group began with producing iron ploughs and chaff cutters, aiming to modernise agriculture and farming. Over the years, it has diversified into manufacturing various products, including diesel engines, electric motors, agricultural equipment, and industrial-scale refrigeration systems. Kirloskar strongly emphasises innovation, quality, and sustainability, ensuring its operations are environmentally friendly and socially responsible. With a global presence in over 70 countries, the Group is committed to transforming lives through its products and initiatives, making it one of India’s largest engineering companies​​​​. Read More
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LTP
Volume
Market Cap
52W Low - High
Sector

LTP

₹ 184.45

8.75 (4.98%)

Volume

500 Cr

Market Cap

₹38 Cr

52W Low - High

₹60.21 - ₹274.30

Sector

Capital Goods-Non Electrical Equipment

LTP

₹ 102

-0.85 (-0.83%)

Volume

1,017 Cr

Market Cap

₹26 Cr

52W Low - High

₹51.00 - ₹162.80

Sector

Realty

LTP

₹ 2,158.7

148.10 (7.37%)

Volume

1,68,660 Cr

Market Cap

₹4,398 Cr

52W Low - High

₹564.20 - ₹2,189.40

Sector

Capital Goods-Non Electrical Equipment

LTP

₹ 452.2

0.00 (0.00%)

Volume

2,20,635 Cr

Market Cap

₹5,962 Cr

52W Low - High

₹441.00 - ₹534.00

Sector

Steel

LTP

₹ 6,350

167.00 (2.70%)

Volume

4,530 Cr

Market Cap

₹2,562 Cr

52W Low - High

₹2,661.00 - ₹6,698.90

Sector

Finance

LTP

₹ 1,328.15

38.30 (2.97%)

Volume

1,98,098 Cr

Market Cap

₹5,621 Cr

52W Low - High

₹382.10 - ₹1,379.00

Sector

Capital Goods-Non Electrical Equipment

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History of the Kirloskar Group

The Kirloskar Group, an Indian multinational, was founded in 1888 by Laxmanrao Kirloskar. The company’s journey started with Shivaji Metal Works, later merging into Kirloskar Oil Engines and eventually becoming Kirloskar Ferrous. Throughout the 20th century, Kirloskar established itself as a pioneer in Indian manufacturing, marking its milestones with achievements like producing India’s first iron plough (1903), first centrifugal pump (1926), and first diesel engine (1927).

The company’s commitment to innovation continued with the introduction of India’s first electric motor in 1940. In 1946, an engine’s company was established for the manufacture of diesel engines. In fact, the Group’s foray into exports began with diesel engines to Germany in 1954. Collaborations with foreign multinationals like Kirloskar Cummins (1962) further strengthened the company’s position. 

In recent years, the group has been diversifying into new technologies, such as green energy through Kirloskar Integrated Technologies in 2009 and Kirloskar Solar Technologies in 2017.

Today, the Kirloskar Group stands as a testament to its unwavering dedication to quality and progress, making it an attractive prospect for investors seeking a well-established and continuously evolving Indian manufacturer.

Sector Presence of the Kirloskar Group

The Kirloskar Group is currently present in the following sectors:

  1. Bioenergy and small Solar Projects via Kirloskar Integrated Technologies Private Limited
  2. Automotive Joint Ventures, Health and Real Estate via Kirloskar Systems Private Limited
  3. Engines, Gensets and Power Solutions via Kirloskar Oil Engines Limited
  4. Compressors & Compression Systems and Transmission Equipments via Kirloskar Pneumatic Company Limited
  5. Pig Iron and Castings via Kirloskar Ferrous Industries Limited
  6. Wind Power Genration via Kirloskar Industries Limited
  7. Centrifugal and Screw Chillers via Kirloskar Chillers Private Limited
  8. Solar Plants, PV Modules and other solutions via Kirloskar Solar Technologies Private Limited
  9. Pumps and Fluid Handling Solutions via Kirloskar Brothers Limited
  10. Higher education via Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies

Key Personnel

Mr. Atul C. Kirloskar, Chairman

Mr. Kirloskar’s professional journey began in 1978 at the then-known Kirloskar Cummins Limited, where he embarked on his path as a trainee. Within three years, his dedication and talent were recognised, leading to his appointment as Chief Executive of Cummins Diesel Sales and Services in December 1981. His contributions were further acknowledged by his co-option to the KIL Board on August 6, 1985, followed by his promotion to Managing Director in the same year. Mr Kirloskar’s unwavering commitment and leadership qualities saw him appointed Vice Chairman of KIL in 1988, a position he held with distinction until 1998 when his peers entrusted him with the responsibility of Chairman of the Board.

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FAQs

Which are the listed stocks of Kirloskar Group?

Kirloskar Oil Engines, Kirloskar Pneumatic Company, Kirloskar Ferrous Industries are some of the top Kirloskar Group stocks.

Which is the biggest Kirloskar Group stock in terms of market cap?

As of January 29, 2024, Kirloskar Oil Engines has the highest market cap among the Kirloskar Group stocks, at around ₹ 9,971 crore.

Who is the founder of Kirloskar Group?

Laxmanrao Kashinath Kirloskar (20 June 1869 – 26 September 1956) is the founder of the Kirloskar Group.

Which Kirloskar Group stock is the highest profit-making company?

As of January 29, 2024, Kirloskar Industries is the highest profit-making company in the Kirloskar Group, making a net profit of ₹460 crores in the year ending on March 31, 2023.

Which Kirloskar Group stock has the highest debt?

Kirloskar Oil Engines has the highest debt among the Kirloskar Group stocks, with a debt in the preceding year of about ₹ 1,965 crore.

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