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Saturday, September 19, 2009

EURO MULTIVISION LIMITED IPO - Average Fundamentals

Company started with set up of a plant for the manufacture of Compact Disc Recordables (CDRs) and Digital Versatile Disc Recordables (DVDRs). In 2005, Company added five manufacturing lines having an installed capacity of 720 Lac units of CDRs and 72 Lac units of DVDRs a year.

Issue Open: Sep 22, 2009
Issue Close: Sep 24, 2009
Price BandRs.: 70 - Rs 75 Per Equity Shares
Minimum Bid Size: 90 Shares
Issue Size: 8,800,000 Equity Shares of Rs 10
Issue Size: (Crore)Rs. 61.60 - Rs. 66.00
Face Value: Rs 10 Per Equity Share
Issue Type: 100% Book Built Issue IPO
Listing At: BSE, NSE
Maximum Subscription Amount for Retail Investor: Rs.100000
Book Running Lead Managers: Anand Rathi Advisors Limited

Euro Multivision Limited IPO
In the year of 2006-07 company expanded the capacity by adding another 5 manufacturing lines with total installed capacity of CDRs to 1800 Lac units a year. These 10 manufacturing lines are interchangeable and convertible to manufacture DVDR and also compatible for manufacturing of pre recorded CD's and DVD's. EML is a part of EURO group which was promoted by Shri Nenshi Shah.

Company is planning to make an entry into the Photovoltaic business by manufacturing solar cells used for generation of electrical energy with a capacity of 40MW per year at a total cost of Rs.16756 lacs. Company is proposing to set up this photovoltaic plant in a Special Economic Zone (SEZ). EML has already acquired 28.75 acres of land for setting up the SEZ adjacent to the existing manufacturing unit at Bhachau, Kutch, Gujarat.

Euro Multivision Limited IPO Grading / Rating
CARE has assigned an IPO Grade 3 to Euro Multivision Limited IPO. This means as per CARE, company has average fundamentals. CARE assigns IPO gradings on a scale of 5 to 1, with Grade 5 indicating strong fundamentals and Grade 1 indicating poor fundamentals.

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