Manugraph India Overview
Fundamentals of Manugraph India
|P/E Ratio (TTM)||NA|
|Debt to Equity||0.11|
Financials of Manugraph India
|Jun 2022||Sep 2022||Dec 2022||Mar 2023|
|Profit before tax||-5.27||-3.41||0.29||-2.05|
|EPS in Rs||-1.78||-1.15||-2.01||-0.67|
About Manugraph India
Incorporated in Apr.'72 as Machinenfabrik Polygraph (India) by chairman Sanat M Shah, Manugraph India Ltd., formerly known as Manugraph Industries (MIL) adopted its present name in 1993. The company i ... nitially manufactured the older type of letter press printing machines. The product range was extended to Web Offset Machines and Sheet-Fed Offset machines. In Aug.'93, MIL came out with a Rs 5.58-cr rights issue of 18.63 equity shares at a premium of Rs 20 each. The object was to increase long-term working capital requirements of the company. MIL has a technical collaboration with Solna, Sweden, for the manufacture of printing machinery. MIL had two subsidiary companies, Manuweb International and Printpak Machinery. The first was amalgamated with MIL effective from 1 Apr.'94 under an order of the Bombay High Court. In 1995-96, the company set up the property developement division which will be carrying out all the activities and projects. During 1996-97, Printpak Machinery Ltd ceased to be a subsidiary of the company. The company shifted its focus from domestic to the export markets by investing substantially in trade shows, exhibitions and new distributors. Read More
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