Monday, November 2, 2009
Total Shares Issued – 400678820 shs of Rs. 10 each.
Shares Issued at IPO- 40250000 shs at Rs. 440 Nov 2007.
Promoters Holdings- 324719561 shs -81.03%.
Market Capitalization- Rs. 20047.96 cr.
Current Market Price – Rs. 500.35.
Book Value per Share- Rs. 73.44, Earning per Share- Rs. 14.91, Dividend- Rs.3/sh.
Price to Earning Ratio – 33.56, Industry P/E- 42.20, Price to Book- 6.81 times.
52 Week – High- Rs. 705, Low- Rs. 253.65.
200 Daily Moving Average- Rs. 478.25.
Total Debt – Rs. 2313 cr, Total Reserve- Rs. 2541.78 cr
FINANCIALS:-As on 30th September 2009
Total Income Rs.337.33 cr v/s Rs. 303.78 cr (YOY), Net profit increased 56 % to Rs. 174.78 cr v/s 112.28 cr (YOY), half yearly Net Sales of Rs. 634.13 cr, and Net Profit of Rs. 345.54 cr posting an EPS of Rs. 8.32.
Mundra port is India’s largest private sector port promoted by Adani group.
Mundra port has notified multi-product SEZ area of 5920 hectares, from which it is currently developing the area of 130 sq km. the Co. has its own railways which handled close to 4500 rakes in yr 2008-09; has Dry Cargo Port - has handled largest container vessel- MV BAUDELAIRE (300.40 mtrs), the port now handles 6500-7000 vessels; Co. has container terminal with highest gross crane productivity of 55.24 Moves Per Hour (MPH) , highest average crane productivity of 33 MPH in country; Company has signed an agreement with Maruti Suzuki to export cars from the Auto terminal- total car exported in last 3 months of 2008-09 is 18911 cars; Co. has handled 2.2 lacs Metric Tonnes of liquid cargo.
For the financial yr 2008-09 Mundra port has handled 2171 vessels v/s 1624 in yr 2007-08. Its cargo handling capacity increased by 33.68 % to 3.60 cr tonnes.As per the records, India’s 95 % of external trade by volume & 70 % by value comes by Sea. Cargo handling volume in 12 major ports in India was at 53 cr Tonnes, while non-major ports contributed 21 cr Tonnes during 2008-09, aggregating to 74 cr Tonnes. Mundra port, the largest private sector non-major port, with a cargo capacity of around 3.6 cr Tonnes in FY09 is among the Top 10 ports in India. India needs to double its port capacity to 150 cr Tonnes by 2011-12 & would require investments worth Rs.55000 cr in that period indicating significant potential for the sector.