This tools helps you project your potential return on investments for the given stock, for a specified amount over a per-defined period of time.
If I had made LUMPSUM investment of ₹ 1,00,000
in Ramasigns Industries Limited
My investment would be worth ₹ 1,41,900 with a Gain of 41.90 %
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Today's live share price for Ramasigns Industries Limited is NSE: N/A, BSE: ₹ 4.80 with a current market capitalization of .
Incorporated in 1981 as Ram Decorative and Industrial Laminates, the company was renamed Rammaica (India) on 13 Jul.'92. Its main promoters are Ramabtar R Jhunjhunwala, Manohar R Jhunjhunwala and Shriratan R Jhunjhunwala. In 1957, the company started trading in laminates, plywood and other allied materials under the name Ram & Company. The company manufactures and markets decorative and industrial laminates under the Rammaica, Ramopal and Ramlam brands. A group company, Ramply (India), manufactures and markets plywood, black boards and flush doors under the Ramply, Ramboard and Ramdoor brands. Rammaica (India) tapped the capital market in Feb.'94 to part-finance its diversification-cum-expansion. The company made a breakthrough in the international market when it started exporting decorative laminates. The Indian Council For Small And Medium Exporters awarded the company with the Niryat Rattan Award and a gold medal in Feb.'95 for productivity, innovation and export performance. The company implemented a project to manufacture industrial laminates and increase capacity of decorative laminates. It set up cargo and courier division which were discontinued in 1995-96 due to uneconomical operation. The subsidiary companies are Maharastra Laminates Ltd and Hanuman Laminates (India) Ltd.Read more