Dabur Ltd. is an Indian multinational company operating in the consumer goods industry. It was founded by S. K. Burman in 1884 in Kolkata. However, the company is now headquartered in Ghaziabad. Dabur Ltd. is one of the largest fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) businesses in the country. The company is known for its natural consumer products and Ayurvedic medicines.
Dabur Ltd. generated gross revenue from operations of Rs. 8,179.50 crore in FY 2021-2022, while the company’s profit before tax in FY 2021-2022 was Rs. 1,896.31 crore. The company’s market capitalisation as of 15 June 2022 is Rs. 87,868.84 crore.
Dabur is one of the most trusted brands in India, with an experience of more than 138 years. Its FMCG portfolio includes eight brands across different sectors. The company has five brands in the healthcare sector, namely Dabur PudinHara, Dabur Honey, Dabur Chyawanprash, Dabur Lal Tail and Dabur Honitus. The company has two brands in the personal care sector, namely Dabur Amla and Dabur Red Paste. The company also has a brand called Réal in the food and beverages category. Vatika is another a Dabur brand, available internationally. Dabur has presence in more than 120 countries and its overseas revenue accounts for almost 27% of its total turnover.
Dabur’s shareholding pattern includes seven shareholder categories. Promoters hold a 67.32% stake, foreign institutions have a 20.43% stake, national banks and mutual funds have a 2.34% stake, the general public has a 5.28% stake, financial institutions have a 1.49% stake, while foreign promoters have a 0.06% stake. The remaining 3.08% is allotted to other categories.
Mr Mohit Malhotra is the CEO of the comp. The company has 15 board of directors, including Mr R C Bhargava, Mr Mukesh Butani, Mr Rajiv Mehrishi, Mr Amit Burman, Mr Mohit Burman, Dr Anand C. Burman. Mr Aditya Burman, Mr Saket Burman, Dr Ajay Dua, Mr Ajit Mohan Sharan, Ms. Falguni Nayar, Mr Mohit Malhotra, Mr P.D. Narang, Mr P. N. Vijay, and Dr S. Narayan.
Moving to the Dabur share price, the Dabur share price BSE as of 15 June 2022 was Rs. 496.10. The Dabur share price NSE on 15 June 2022 was Rs.494.05. The 52-week high for the Dabur share price as of 15 June 2022 is Rs.658.95, while the 52-week low for the Dabur India share price is Rs. 488.30.
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