Emami Paper Mills Ltd. is one of India’s leading newsprint manufacturers. The company’s valuation on the Indian stock exchange is Rs. 1,028 crore as of April 5, 2022, and it is categorised as a small-cap company. The company was incorporated in 1981 under the name Gulmohar Construction Industries Ltd., but after the merger transaction in 2000, the name was changed to Emami Papers Mills Ltd. The key names in the company’s management are AV Agarwal, HM Marda, Debendra Banthiya, and Manish Goenka. Emami Papers financial reflects a profit of Rs. 23.22 crore as of the December quarter of FY 2021-22. The company shares are traded under the script name EMAMIPAP on both the Bombay Stock Exchange and the National Stock Exchange.
Emami Paper Mills is in the manufacturing of map-litho segment, kraft paper, value-added paper, and premium copier. Its products are utilised in sectors such as footwear, FMCG, eCommerce, pharmaceuticals, and so on. The company currently exports its products to the Middle East, Bangladesh, Vietnam, etc. It has its production plants in Kolkata and Balasore.
Emami Papers’ P/B and P/B ratios are 3.48 and 10.31, respectively. The Return on Equity of the company (ROE) is 38.93%. The company’s revenue, profit, and market share have all increased in the past five years. However, in the first three quarters of the financial year 2021-22, the net profit declined and was reported as Rs. 31.99 crore, Rs. 22.91 crore, and Rs. 23.22 crore, respectively. The EPS during the same term was Rs. 5.09, Rs. 3.58, and Rs. 3.64, respectively. The company reported a total asset of Rs. 1,788.23 crore, and a total liability of Rs. 1,248.77 as of the financial year 2021.
On April 4, 2022, Emami Paper Mills’s share price ended its day with a closing price of Rs. 169.85. The Emami Paper share has given a positive return of 43.82% in the past year. The 52-week low of EMAMIPAP share price was Rs. 98.05. Whereas, the 52-week high was recorded at Rs. 214.80. Investing in Emami Papers shares is considered highly risky, as the company’s volatility is 4.14 times that of the NIFTY. Some of the renowned names in the company’s competitors’ list are JK Paper Ltd., Andhra Paper Ltd., Satia Industries Ltd., West Coast Paper Mills Ltd., and Tamil Nadu Newsprint and Papers Ltd.
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