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Issue size

Upto Rs. 1502 Cr

Issue Period

May 17 – May 19, 2022

Price band

Rs. 39 to Rs. 42

Market lot / Multiples


Issue Timeline

Bidding period

May 17 – 19, 2022


May 24, 2022

Refund Initiation

May 25, 2022

Share Crediting

May 26, 2022


May 27, 2022

Paradeep Phosphates Ltd Overview

Paradeep Phosphates is the third largest private sector manufacturers of non-urea fertilizers in India and second largest in terms of DAP volume sales as of March 2021 (Source: CRISIL Report and Company DRHP).

Primarily engaged in manufacturing, trading, distribution and sales of a variety of complex fertilizers such as DAP.

The company's fertilizers are marketed under some of the key brand names in the market 'Jai Kisaan – Navratna' and 'Navratna'

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    Second largest manufacturer of Phosphatic fertilizers in India

    Among private sector entities with a focus on the non-urea segment, Paradeep Phosphates is the second largest in terms of phosphatic fertilizer (DAP and NPK complexes) capacity, as of March 31, 2021. (Source: CRISIL Report).

  • 2

    Strategic location of our manufacturing facility and sizeable material storage, handling and port facilities

    The company's manufacturing facility is strategically located near the Paradeep port, where they own a captive berth with 14 meters draft with facilities to unload solid and liquid cargo.

  • 3

    Driving raw material efficiency through backward integration of facilities and effective sourcing

    Among the private sector entities, the second largest backward integrated fertilizer manufacturing facility in India as of March 2021. (Source: CRISIL Report and Company DRHP).

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    Dependent on the performance of the agricultural sector in which fertilizers are used

    The performance of the agricultural sector and consequently the demand for fertilizers and other products, is dependent on area under cultivation, soil quality, climatic conditions etc, all of which are beyond control.

  • 2

    Changes in Government policies towards the agriculture sector could adversely affect business

    Policies relating to the agriculture sector such as the reduction of Government expenditure, the withdrawal of or changes in incentives and subsidies or minimum support prices could affect the ability of farmers to spend on fertilizers.


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