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Voltas Ltd. Stock Info: As on 2017-11-23 15:57:58

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624.80

1.95(0.31%)
Change%
52 Week Range
293.30
24.00
637.20
21.00
Open627.00
Day's Range560.57 - 685.14
Value Traded (in ₹ Cr.) 48.64

Bse

624.35

1.20(0.19%)
Change %
52 Week Range
293.65
24.00
639.00
21.00
Open628.60
Day's Range560.84 - 685.47
Value Traded (in ₹ Cr.) 4.59

Stock Exchange

Category No. Of Shares Share %
ForeignPromoters 0.00 0.00%
IndianPromoters 100,253,480.00 30.30%
Mutual Funds/UTI 56,253,233.00 17.00%
FII 66,603,652.00 20.13%
Employee 0.00 0.00%
Public 51,206,328.00 15.48%
Government 1,122,652.00 0.34%
Others 18,178,475.00 5.49%
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Key Statistics

Valuation Measures
Market Cap / Sales Ratio 1.77
Basic EPS (Rs.) 10.06
Cash EPS 10.64
BVPerShare Excl 62.85
Operating Revenue 156.84
PBDITPerShare 13.99
Dividend 2.60
NPPerShare 10.06
Current Ratio 1.35
Quick Ratio 1.08
PriceToBV 4.41
Earnings 0.03
PBDIT Margin 8.91
PBT Margin 9.02
NP Margin 6.41
Return On Assets 7.44
Retention Ratios 74.15
Parameter Mar-16 (₹ Cr.) Yoy%change
Total Income 5,352.57
Total Expenses 4,917.16
EBITDA 462.61
PBT 468.17
PAT 332.89
Net Income 332.89
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Parameter Mar-16 (₹ Cr.) 6M % change
Total Income 2,748.45
Total Expenses 2,540.47
EBITDA 198.33
PBT 224.93
PAT 159.46
Net Income 0.00
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Total Assets
Total Assets
Parameter Mar-16 (₹ Cr.) Yoy%change
Total share capital 33.08
Net worth 2,078.74
Investments 1,654.18
Total Liability 4,469.39
Total debt 119.49
Net block 183.14
Total Assets 4,469.39
Parameter Mar-16 (₹ Cr.) 6M % change
Total share capital 33.08
Net worth 2,078.74
Investments 1,654.18
Total Liability 4,469.39
Total debt 119.49
Net block 183.14
Total Assets 4,469.39
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Parameter Mar-16(in ₹ Cr.)
Cash from operating activities 307.62
Cash from investing activities -304.84
Cash from financing activities -19.69
Net change in cash -16.91

Stock Held By Mutual Fund Schemes

Scheme Holding (%)
HDFC Mid-Cap Opportunities Fund - Regular Plan 3.04%
HDFC Balanced Fund - Regular Plan 1.87%
Franklin India Prima Plus 2.02%
IDFC Premier Equity Fund 3.88%
IDFC Premier Equity Fund - Plan B 3.88%
Franklin India Prima Fund 2.41%

Kesar Terminals & Infra Q2 net profit up 5.63% at Rs 4.13 cr

The company reported standalone net profit of Rs 4.13 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2017 as compared to Rs 3.91 crore in the same period last year, registering a year-on-year growth of 5.63 per cent. Net revenue of the company declined moderately by 6.98 per cent at Rs 10.52 crore in July-September quarter of this fiscal as against Rs 11.31 crore in the corresponding period last year. During July-September quarter, operating expenses increased by 19.18 per cent to Rs 5.22 crore from Rs 4.38 crore in year ago period. Other Income grew by 311.76 per cent at Rs 0.70 crore versus (Sep'16 Rs 0.17 crore). Operating Profit slipped by 23.74 per cent to Rs 5.30 crore as against Rs 6.95 crore in the year ago period, while Operating Profit Margin (OPM) contracted year-on-year to 17.96 per cent in September quarter. Interest declined by 24.14 per cent y-o-y to Rs 0.44 crore, while Taxation decreased by 54.09 per cent at Rs 1.01 crore (Sep'16 Rs 2.20 crore).

23-11-2017 17:50

Perfectpac Q2 net profit jumps 68.97% at Rs 0.98 cr

The company reported standalone net profit of Rs 0.98 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2017 as compared to Rs 0.58 crore in the same period last year, registering a year-on-year growth of 68.97 per cent. Net revenue of the company rose substantially by 21.86 per cent at Rs 23.02 crore in July-September quarter of this fiscal as against Rs 18.89 crore in the corresponding period last year. During July-September quarter, operating expenses increased by 19.24 per cent to Rs 20.95 crore from Rs 17.57 crore in year ago period. Other Income grew by 400.00 per cent at Rs 0.05 crore versus (Sep'16 Rs 0.01 crore). Operating Profit surged by 56.82 per cent to Rs 2.07 crore as against Rs 1.32 crore in the year ago period, while Operating Profit Margin (OPM) expanded year-on-year to 28.29 per cent in September quarter. Interest declined by 16.67 per cent y-o-y to Rs 0.15 crore, while Taxation increased by 227.78 per cent at Rs 0.59 crore (Sep'16 Rs 0.18 crore).

23-11-2017 17:00

HDFC Bank to develop 1,000 villages under CSR by FY'19

HDFC Bank said it aims to transform lives in 1,000 villages by March 2019 as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR), reported PTI. Under the Holistic Rural Development Programme (HRDP), the bank has already empowered 750 deprived villages across the country in the last two-and-half years. The latest village in this chain is Umpathaw in the state. The bank has a board mandate to cover 1,000 such villages by March 2019. This initiative has so far impacted the lives of over 10 lakh people in 16 states across the country, HDFC Bank Deputy Managing Paresh Sukthankar said here. HRDP seeks to better life in villages by focussing on improvements in five areas like education, water and sanitation and financial inclusion. The bank claimed that 550 inhabitants of Umpathaw now have access to potable water and a smart school with clean toilets. At HDFC Bank, we believe that for India to achieve inclusive growth, our villages must grow in tandem with cities. Through HRDP, we are doing just that by creating sustainable communities in remote pockets of the country, he said. Through HRDP, the bank is creating an ecosystem to improve the overall economic and social conditions in rural India, he added. The bank, he said, has been increasing its CSR spent and making changes in the life of people across various states. Last year, HDFC Bank spent Rs 305 crore and plan is afoot to raise this to Rs 365 crore this fiscal, he said. During 2015-16, the bank spent about Rs 248 crore under CSR. As per the companies law, corporates have to spend 2 per cent of average profit of previous three financial years under CSR.

23-11-2017 16:23

Monsanto India posts Q2 net loss of Rs 6.39 cr

The company reported standalone net loss during the quarter stood at Rs 6.39 crore compared to net profit of Rs 0.89 crore in the previous year quarter. Net revenue of the company declined by 0.10 per cent at Rs 96.00 crore in July-September quarter of this fiscal as against Rs 96.10 crore in the corresponding period last year. During July-September quarter, operating expenses increased by 13.86 per cent to Rs 107.83 crore from Rs 94.70 crore in year ago period. Other Income grew by 45.52 per cent at Rs 4.22 crore versus (Sep'16 Rs 2.90 crore). Operating Profit slipped by 768.36 per cent to Rs -11.83 crore as against Rs 1.77 crore in the year ago period, while Operating Profit Margin (OPM) contracted year-on-year to 769.57 per cent in September quarter. Interest declined by 6.45 per cent y-o-y to Rs 0.29 crore, while Taxation decreased by 14333.33 per cent at Rs -4.27 crore (Sep'16 Rs 0.03 crore).

23-11-2017 15:10

Skipper Q2 net profit up 2.65% at Rs 23.24 cr

The company reported standalone net profit of Rs 23.24 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2017 as compared to Rs 22.64 crore in the same period last year, registering a year-on-year growth of 2.65 per cent. Net revenue of the company rose substantially by 28.08 per cent at Rs 515.62 crore in July-September quarter of this fiscal as against Rs 402.59 crore in the corresponding period last year. During July-September quarter, operating expenses increased by 28.84 per cent to Rs 447.33 crore from Rs 347.20 crore in year ago period. Other Income dipped by 54.79 per cent at Rs 0.33 crore versus (Sep'16 Rs 0.73 crore). Operating Profit surged by 23.00 per cent to Rs 68.29 crore as against Rs 55.52 crore in the year ago period, while Operating Profit Margin (OPM) contracted year-on-year to 3.99 per cent in September quarter. Interest grew by 33.27 per cent y-o-y to Rs 20.03 crore, while Taxation increased by 16.48 per cent at Rs 13.29 crore (Sep'16 Rs 11.41 crore).

23-11-2017 15:00

Voltas Ltd. - Analyst / Investor Meet - Intimation

Pursuant to Regulation 30 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015, we give schedule of Analysts / Institutional Investor Meetings (as per attachment), for information.

23-Nov-2017 03:17 PM

Voltas Ltd. - Analysts/Institutional Investor Meet/Con. Call Updates

Voltas Limited has informed the Exchange regarding Analysts/Institutional Investor Meet/Con. Call Updates

23-Nov-2017 03:16 PM

Voltas Ltd. - Analyst / Investor Meet - Intimation

Pursuant to Regulation 30 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015, we give schedule of Analysts / Institutional Investor Meetings (as per attachment), for information.

22-Nov-2017 05:40 PM

Voltas Ltd. - Analysts/Institutional Investor Meet/Con. Call Updates

Voltas Limited has informed the Exchange regarding Analysts/Institutional Investor Meet/Con. Call Updates

22-Nov-2017 05:40 PM

Voltas Ltd. - Updates

Voltas Limited has informed the Exchange regarding ''Intimation of Notice to Shareholders published in Newspapers on Transfer of Equity Shares of the Company to Demat Account of the Investor Education and Protection Fund Authority''.

16-Nov-2017 05:46 PM

Voltas Ltd. - Analyst / Investor Meet - Intimation

Pursuant to Regulation 30 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015, we give schedule of Analysts / Institutional Investor Meetings (as per attachment), for information.

23-Nov-2017 03:17 PM

Voltas Ltd. - Analyst / Investor Meet - Intimation

Pursuant to Regulation 30 of the SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015, we give schedule of Analysts / Institutional Investor Meetings (as per attachment), for information.

22-Nov-2017 05:40 PM

Voltas Ltd. - Updates

Pursuant to Regulation 30 read with Schedule III of SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015, we enclose herewith copies of Notice published for the attention of the Shareholders of the Company relating to transfer of equity shares of the Company to Investor Education and Protection Fund (IEPF) Authority in accordance with requirements of Section 124(6) of the Companies Act, 2013 read with the Investor Education and Protection Fund Authority (Accounting, Audit, Transfer and Refund) Rules, 2016 notified by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (as amended).

16-Nov-2017 05:23 PM

Corporate Details

About Management

YEAR EVENTS 1954 - The Company was Incorporated on 6th September at Mumbai. The Company was promoted in 1954 by M/s. Volkart Brothers and Tata Sons Pvt. Ltd., to take over the Engineering & Import Division of M/s. Volkart Brothers in India. - The Company's manufacturing activities were originally carried on at its factory at Chinchpokli, Mumbai and covered air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment mining, electrical and agricultural equipment. - The Company set up in Thane, Mumbai an up-to-date factory to manufacture wide range of air-conditioning and refrigeration and a range of mining equipments for which the Company had entered into a collaboration with leading manufacturers abroad. - The Company's distribution organisation is divided into two main groups - `Engineering' and `Marketing'. - The marketing group consists of two main divisions, one dealing in drugs, pharmaceuticals and consumer products and the other in chemicals and vitamins. The Company deals in foreign as well as indigenous products, besides marketing its own products. - The Company manufactures, sale and distribution of a variety of products in the engineering, chemical and pharmaceutical industries such as agricultural, earthmoving, air-conditioning and refrigeration, textile machinery, machine tools, electrical and mechanical equipments as well as chemicals, pharmaceuticals and consumer products. 1956 - Shares sub-divided. 1,05,000 Rights shares then issued at par in prop. 7:10. 1963 - The Company promoted Scottish Indian Machine Tools Ltd., in Collaboration with Scottish Machine Tool Corporation of Glasgow for the manufacture of machine tools. 1964 - The Company concluded a collaboration agreement with Eaton Yale and Towns, U.S.A., for the manufacture of Yale fork-lift trucks. The Company has extensive domestic and international ties. - The Company joined the Mine Safety Appliances Co., U.S.A., and Associated Battery Makers (Eastern) Ltd., Calcutta in the promotion of Mine Safety Appliances Ltd., Calcutta, a joint venture for the manufacture of miners' electric safety cap lamps and other types of safety and protective equipment, appliances, detection and measuring devices. 1965 - 1,02,000 Rights Equity shares issued at a premium of Rs 25 per share in the proportion 2:5. 1966 - A new division, viz., the Agro-Industrial Products Division was added. The main operation of the division consisted of the sale and servicing of the tractors and implements made by the International Tractor Co. of India. This division handles hydraulic equipment ranging from larger pumping sets to small irrigation pumps, sprinkler irrigation systems and oil engines and also handles veterinary products, pesticides and fertilisers. - In Aug. 71,400 Bonus shares issued in prop. 1:5 and 4,500 shares issued (prem. Rs 75 per share) to Common wealth Development Finance Co. Ltd., U.K. 1970 - In April, 85,580 Bonus Equity shares issued in the proportion 1:5. 1972 - 1,03,896 Rights Equity shares issued for cash at a premium of Rs 50 per share in June. 1973 - Arrears as on 31.8.1974 - Rs 4935, Arrears as on 31.8.1976 - Rs 200 (Approximately). 1979 - With effect from 1st July, Tata-Merlin & Gerin Ltd. (TMG), and the National Electrical Industries Ltd. (NEI), were amalgamated with the Company. In terms of the Scheme of Amalgamation, members of The National Electrical Industries Ltd., were allotted for every 30 preference shares of Rs 100 each held, 20 `B' class equity shares of Rs 10 each and 15-11% redeemable mortgage debentures of Rs 100 each of Voltas Ltd., and for every 240 No. of equity shares of Rs 10 each of NEI held, 20 `B' class equity shares of Rs 10 each and 9-11% redeemable mortgage debentures of Rs 100 each of Voltas Ltd. - Members of TMG were allotted for every 60 No. of equity shares of Rs 100 each held in TMG, 2 equity shares of Rs 100 each and 9-11% redeemable mortgage debentures of Rs. 100 each of Voltas Ltd. - 4,420 No. of equity shares of Rs 100 each and 19,892 - 11% (1987-91) were be allotted to the shareholders of Tata-Merlin & Gerin Ltd., and 14,117 `B' Equity shares of Rs 10 each and 9,605 - 11% (1987-91) redeemable mortgage debentures of Rs 100 each were allotted to the shareholders of The National Electrical Industries Ltd. The share were allotted in 1980-81. 1981 - The Company offered 5,00,000 - 13.5% secured convertible bonds of Rs 250 each at par. Out of this, 2,00,000 bonds were offered as rights to the existing shareholders and the balance 3,00,000 bonds issued to the public. Each bond carries an option to receive one equity share of Rs 100 each at par within three months after the expiry of three years from the date of allotment of bonds. The face value of each bond will be reduced by Rs 100 and the balance Rs 150 per bond will be repaid to the bondholders at the end of the 10th year from the date of allotment of the bonds. 1982 - The Company proposed to set up an electrical business unit at Pune. - The Company entered into an agreement with May & Christe of West Germany for the manufacture of dry type transformers of cast-resin design. - Voltas International Ltd., Perfect Moulds Ltd. Voltas Switchgear Ltd., Vizat Investment Co. Ltd., are subsidiaries of the Company. Nchovol F&E and Premium Granites Ltd. are subsidiaries of Voltas International Ltd. - The Company has distributorship rights in the following products: Drugs and pharmaceuticals by Merck Sharp & Dohme of India Ltd., Mumbai, drugs and pharmaceuticals by Roche Products Ltd., Mumbai, air compressors by Kirloskar Pneumatic Co. Ltd., automatic looms by National Machinery Manufacturers Ltd., and shovels by Tata Engineering & Locomotive Co. Ltd. - The Air Pollution and Water Pollution project groups were amalgamated with the Electrical project group. 1983 - 1,91,708 No. of Equity shares issued on part conversion of 13.5% convertible bonds (91 shares issued during 1984/85). 1985 - 3,00,000 No. of equity shares issued on part conversion of 13.5% convertible bonds. 1987 - The Company accepted the condition laid down by LIC which holds Rs 50.09 lakhs of the debentures, that in the event of the Company making a public or rights issue of share capital during the period upto 31st October, 1987, the LIC should be given on one time basis the right to be allotted equity shares of a nominal value equivalent to 10% of its holdings of the debentures on terms and conditions on which such equity issue is made. 1988 - The material handling business group successfully introduced up-to-date warehousing equipment to further enlarge its product range. The operations of machine tool division witnessed another successful year with the manufacturing capacity of all domestic principals being fully utilised. - Air-conditioning and refigeration business group received Government's approval for the technical collaboration agreement convering large-sized efficient compressors. - The machine tool division reached an agreement with Fanuc of Japan for technical collaboration to produce CNC drilling centres. 1989 - With effect from 1st March, "Volrho Ltd." was amalgamated with the Company as per the order of BIFR. The Company issued 4,44,445 No. of equity shares of Rs 10 each to the erstwhile shareholders of "Volrho Ltd.". 1990 - Approval was also received for extending Hitachi collaboration to the manufacture of absorption refrigeration machines. The materials handling business group proposed to extend its scope of activities to turn-key materials handling systems for mass production in engineering industries. - A new model window air-conditioner was launched by the appliances business group and it was proposed to add other consumer durables to the existing product range. - The pharmaceutical and consumer products division suffered on account of diminished margins in the pharmaceutical line and inadequate range in the consumer products business. The distribution of "Hostess" brand of PEPSI snack foods commenced during the latter part of the year. The transformer operations were adversely affected by industrial relations problems at Pune. The Engineering projects division suffered a setback. - The machine tools division introduced Fanuc CNC drilling centres. 1991 - The performance of the industrial machinery division was adversely affected due to a lock-out at the Company's principal, Westerworks. - The appliances business division launched the ductable split air-conditioner, specifically needed for shops, showrooms and general office areas. The Agro-Industrial Product division proposed to take up shortly the manufacture of drip irrigation equipment. - The Agro-Industrial Product Division successfully tested to international standards, the indigenously built 36 KV SF6 breaker at CESI Test Laboratory, Milan, Italy. - An agreement was signed for updating technology and for the manufacture of new models of P&H hydraulic cranes. The machine tools division signed a four-year extension of its sole selling agency agreement with Premier Automobiles Ltd. The performance of the chemicals division was adversely affected by import restrictions and high costs. The pharmaceuticals and consumer products division suffered a setback. 1992 - The Company restructured its operations into product group I comprising refrigerators, pharmaceuticals and consumer products and beverages while product group I(A) include textile machinery. Product group II consisted of machine tools, materials handling facility, industrial machinery, air-conditioning pumps and projects. Group III comprised of chemicals plant, chemicals division and agro-industrial products. - Air-conditioning and refrigeration business and agro-industrial products and pumps division suffered a setback due to prevailing recession in the market and non-availability of Government funds as well as disturbances from December. - The Agro industrial products and pumps division was bifurcated into two viz., pumps division and the farm and irrigation equipment operations division. - The Company entered into technical agreements with Sulzer Pumps, Switzerland for the former division and with Wade Manufacturing of USA for the latter division. - The Engineering projects division was combined with the agro-industrial products division, to constitute a new division viz., pumps and projects division. - The Chemicals plant division introduced a new product Monocrotophos. The Electrical business group's operations suffered a setback on account of suspension of activities by virtue of lock out at the switchgear plant. Hence it is proposed to operate the said division through two separate wholly owned subsidiary companies Voltas Switchgear Ltd., and Voltas Transformers Ltd. - With effect from 1st January, Wandleside National Conductors Ltd. (WNC Ltd.), was amalgamated with the Company as per the order of BIFR. The Company allotted without payment in cost 13,314 No. of equity shares of Rs 10 each to the erstwhile shareholders of WNC Ltd., in the ratio of one equity share of Rs 10 of the Company for every three equity shares of Rs 100 each in WNC. - Effective from 1st January, Wandleside National Conductors Ltd. (WNC) was amalgamated with the Company. The erstwhile shareholders were allotted 13,314 No. of equity shares of Rs.10 each. This was as per scheme formulated by ICICI, the operating agency appointed by BIFR, as WNC became sick under the provisions of the Sick Industrial Companies (Sp. Provisions) Act, 1985. - Necessary approvals were received for amalgamation of Hyderabad Allwyn Ltd. (HAL) with Voltas Ltd. As per the Scheme the erstwhile equity holders of HAL were to be allotted 12,56,828 No. of equity shares of Rs 10 each and 1,25,682 redeemable preference shares of Rs 100 each. - During March/April the Company offered 99,20,000-14% secured redeemable partly convertible debentures of Rs 100 each to the equity shareholders on rights basis in the proportion of 1 debenture: 2 equity shares held (all were taken up). - 4,96,000 debentures offered to employees of the Company on equitable basis (all were taken up). A total of 15,62,400 additional debentures were allotted to retain oversubscription both for shareholders as well as employees. - Along with the rights issue, the Company offered 10,00,000-14% secured redeemable partly convertible debentures of Rs 100 each to non-resident Indians on private placement basis. - Part A of Rs 60 of each debenture was converted into 1 equity share of Rs 10 at a premium of Rs 50 per share on 1st December. Part B of Rs 40 of each debenture was to be redeemed at par on the expiry of 7th year from the date of allotment of debentures. 1993 - The cooling appliances business launched four new products viz., water coolers filled with purifiers ductable and slim-line 3 tonne air-conditioners, ceiling mounted split in 1.5 and 3 tonne capacities and 2 tonne room split units. - The pharmaceutical and consumer products division was closed during the year and had also withdrawn from the beverages business. - A new division, the pumps and projects business division set up to manufacture and market circulating pumps in collaboration with Sulzer, Switzerland. - The engineering projects division was merged with the pumps activity to provide the necessary project expertise. - The WNC division commissioned the capillary tubes plant and was stabilising the working of its new thermostat plant. - HAL, a sick industrial company, was merged with Voltas and the amalgamation was approved by the Board for Industrial & Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) in 1994. 1994 - The Home Appliances division introduced 250 L refrigerator in the market and a 100L refrigerator was expected to be launched in the first quarter of 1995-96. 1995 - The cooling appliances business division is to introduce new room air-conditioners to Toshiba design in October. - Voltas gets "Good corporate citizen award" - The Company has introduced `Soft Look' models of refrigerator in 165 L. & 200 L segments. Company is also launching a premium Frost Free Refrigerator in collaboration with Hitachi. 1996 - Pumps and projected business division successfully developed, manufactured and commissioned the largest sizes of horizontal and vertical pumps in its range. 1997 - After 3 years of growth, the chemicals division faced difficulties during the year as vitamines and veterinary division was affected by liberalised imports under the advance licence scheme. - A whole range of new products was launched both in the room air conditioning and split segments. The heavy equipment and packaged system division launched ozone-friendly centrifugals and superior quality energy efficient steam, fired vapour absoption machines with Hitachis `Paraflow' technology. - The company also entered into a lease rental agreement with SIPL for lease of factory premises of WNC for a period of 18 months for a total consideration of Rs 10.250 million. - Voltas, India's leading air-conditioning company has been chosen to supply, erect and commission high-tech climate air-conditioning system for India's first information technology park, a comprehensive facility for technology-oriented companies in electronics, information technology, telecommunication and related industries, now under construction at White Field, Bangalore. - Voltas has launched two more frost-free refrigerators of 425 lts and 360 lts capacity. - Voltas has been manufacturing thermostat for refrigerators and airconditioners at thermostat unit under a technical collaboration agreement with Robert Shaw, a subsidiary of Seibe. - Voltas Ltd (chemicals division) manufacturing pesticides at Patencheru industrial zone, in Medak district of Andhra Pradesh, proposes to commission the final phase of its pollution control measure in accordance with the Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board (APPCB) guidelines. - Voltas Ltd has entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with the Hyundai Heavy Industries Ltd (HII) to market hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, skid steer loaders and allied equipment and attachments in India. - Well-diversified Voltas Limited is undertaking a capacity enhancement programme to increase the production capacity of modular steel furniture from the present 3,000 tonnes to 10,000 tonnes as its unit in Hyderabad. - UNIT RIG, a division of Terex Corporation, USA, has entered into a distribution agreement with Voltas Ltd for marketing of their complete line of surface mining equipment exclusively for the Indian territory. - Voltas Ltd has finalised yet another contract as original equipment manufacturer (OEM) with one of the white goods majors, LG Electronics, to manufacture and supply direct cool refrigerators. 1998 - Voltas recently commissioned Dadra plant, which has a capacity to produce about 40,000 units per annum if it worked one shift, can go up to one lakh units per annum if the strategic alliances worked out. - Voltas, India's largest airconditioner manufacturing company, has launched a new range of airconditioners named Voltas Vectra, Voltas Verdant, Voltas Vertis and Voltas Vosionarie. - Voltas Ltd is tying up with 20th Century Finance to launch consumer finance schemes in a bid to aggressively push sales of its airconditioners. - The diversified Tata group company Voltas, after months of negotiations, has finally reached an agreement with sister company Rallis India to sell its loss-making chemicals division. - Voltas Ltd has entered into a distribution agreement with BT- Industries Group of Sweden, to provide marketing and product support, for BT's complete range of warehouse trucks for internal materials handling. - The Electrolux Group, the world's largest household appliances manufacturer, has reached a final agreement with the Voltas Ltd to float a joint venture company for manufacturing refrigerators and washing machines with equity holdings at 74:26 per cent respectively. - Voltas Ltd has signed a contract with Coal India Ltd for the supply of hundred and sixty 120-tonnes capacity unit rig dump trucks. The contract was also entered into by Terex Corporation, US, Unit Rig, US and the World Bank project division of CIL. - Rating agency ICRA has assigned `A1+' (highest safety) rating to Rs 25 crore commercial paper of Voltas Ltd. - Voltas is the only stock in the air conditioner sector which is in a major uptrend. - The company is hiking its installed capacity (of air conditioners) at its Dadra Nagar Haveli plant to cater to rising demand. It is also slimming down -- a voluntary retirement scheme is in the offing to rid itself of excess labour. - The Voltas brand and its operations in Refrigerators and Washing Machines were transferred to EVL from 1st October. 1999 - The industrial court of Mumbai has granted a stay on the Voltas Ltd's voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) in Mumbai following opposition from the Voltas Employees Union. - Voltas - AirInternational Ltd. is a joint venture between Voltas Ltd. and Air International Grmp, Australia. - The company has doubled its installed capacity to 1.5 lakh room air-conditioning units annually. - Electrolux and Voltas had inked the memorandum of understanding (MoU) in June, 1998 and as per the sale pact under the MoU, four manufacturing units of Voltas Ltd were to be transferred to the joint venture Electrolux Voltas Ltd. - Allwyn brand and its operations were transferred to EVL from 31st March. - Voltas and LG Electronics India Ltd (LGEIL) have, meanwhile, entered into an agreement, whereby the latter would be sourcing approximately 6 lakh refrigerators units for a period of three years starting January 1, 2000. - The Dadra facility has an installed capacity to manufacture up to 1.4-1.5 lakh airconditioners in two shifts, and Voltas is operating at 60,000-65,000 units per annum. - Voltas, the diversified Tata group company, is seeking to enter into capacity sharing arrangements with multinational partners which have recently made their entry into India. 2000 - The Company has received a special award for completing the electro mechanical pumping project of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation in 120 days. - The Company has introduced a voluntary retirement scheme called Early Separation Scheme 2000 (ESS) for its employees. - The Unitary Products Group of Voltas, which includes the commercial refrigeration and contract manufacturing businesses, has signed an agreement with LG Electronics, to manufacure and supply over 12 lakh refrigerators. - The Company has sold its wholly-owned subsidiary Voltas Foods & Beverages to a Mumbai-based company, and has roped in a multinational as strategic partner for Perfect Moulds. - The Company has informed that, Voltas Ltd. and IGE (I) LTD. have divested their entire shareholding in Fanuc India Ltd., a joint venture company between Fanuc Ltd., Japan, GE Fanuc Automation, N.A., USA, Voltas Ltd. and IGE (I) Ltd. - L. G. Electronics India and Voltas entered into a tie-up under which the former will source 12,00,000 direct-cool refrigerators from the latter for the next three years beginning January next. 2001 - Tata group company Voltas Ltd. is relaunching Voltas airconditioners under the `Verdant' brand, a premium model targeted at the retail segment. - Tata group company Voltas Ltd the air-conditioner (AC) and cooling appliances major has posted a strong growth in the split air-conditioner segment. - Ahmedabad-based Lok Prakashan, publisher of Gujarat Samachar, has increased its stake in Tata Group company Voltas to 14 per cent from 13.3 per cent over the last fortnight and may soon launch an open offer for additional 20 per cent stake. 2002 - N D Khurody appointed as Additional Director of Voltas. -Voltas enters into a Joint Venture agreement with Sermo Montaigu, France for perfect moulds. -Voltas Ltd has informed BSE that Perfect Moulds Ltd has ceased to be a subsidiary of the Company consequent upon allotment of 30,00,000 equity shares of Rs 10 each by PML to Sermo Montaigu, France (Sermo), the joint venture partner, on July 06, 2002.The paid up capital of PML of Rs 130 million is now held in equal proportion of 50:50 ie 65,00,000 equity shares of Rs 10 each aggregating Rs 65 million each by Voltas and Sermo. 2003 - Voltas Ltd has informed BSE that Mr Bir D Singh Executive Director has retired from the services of the company on December 27, 2002. Accordingly, he ceases to be a Director and Wholetime Director of the company. -State Govt rejects tax sop to Voltas' new mfg unit in MP -Voltas Ltd has informed that the Ahmedabad Stock Exchange (ASE) has informed that the securities of the company would be delisted from the ASE wef January 15, 2004. 2004 -Voltas Ltd. has informed that in response to their application for voluntary delisting, the Delhi Stock Exchange Association Limited (DSE) has informed the company vide its letter dated December 26, 2003 that the securities of the Company have been delisted from DSE with effect from December 29, 2003. -Voltas Ltd. has informed that in response to the Company's application for voluntary delisting, Pune Stock Exchange Limited (PSE), has informed the company that that the shares of the Company delisted from PSE with effect from January 16, 2004 -Enters into a distribution tie-up with the 62 million euro Italian airconditioning major Uniflair, which specialises in the design, production and supply of precision air conditioning and cooling solutions for telecom and internet applications -Voltas has launched a range of small capacity refrigerators targeted at semi-urban and rural markets in India. -Ties up with RBS Home Appliances Ltd. for the use of 640 service centres that Voltas has across the country for after sales services -- Simtools Ltd has now become a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company on 27, August 2005. - Chinese consumer durable giant Haier enters into a contract manufacturing agreement Voltas Ltd for air-conditioners and refrigerators. -Voltas introduces new range of water dispensers 2005 -Voltas introduces new series of ACs, may set up plant in Uttaranchal -Voltas secures order for world's Tallest building 2006 -Voltas joins hand with Dutch company -'Maximum foreign exchange earned and repatriated to India from overseas construction and engineering projects' -Company has splits its Face value of Shares from Rs 10 to Re 1 2007 -Voltas Ltd has informed that Universal Comfort Products Ltd (UCPL) is a 50:50 joint venture Company between Voltas and Fedders International Air-conditioning Pvt Ltd (FIACPL), a subsidiary of Fedders Corporation, USA. 2008 -Voltas Ltd has appointed Mr. Jimmy Bilimoria and Mr. S N Menon, Independent Directors have as Additional Directors of the Company with effect from September 22, 2008. -Voltas launches elegant, new range of Room Air Conditioners in 2008 -Voltas acquires stake in Fedders venture 2009 -Voltas' overseas MEP business achieved professional recognition at the highest levels, at the MEP Middle East Awards 2008. -'MEP Project Manager of the Year' rewards outstanding individual talent and commitment, as seen in actual project outcomes achieved through extraordinary skills and efforts. -Voltas ties up with GMRVF for community development initiative 2010 -Memorandum of understanding between Voltas and the Mustafa Sultan Group to form joint venture company in the Sultanate of Oman -Voltas - Joint Venture Agreement between Voltas Ltd and Olayan Financing Company of Saudi Arabia to form a Joint Venture Company 2011 -Voltas Limited and KION Group GmbH have agreed to establish a joint venture in India -"Voltas enters market with 70 air conditioners this season". 2012 -Voltas Ltd has recommended Dividend of Rs. 1.60 per share 2013 -Voltas acquires 100% stake in Rohini Industrial Electricals Ltd. 2014 -Voltas executed a Joint Venture Agreement with Dow Chemical Pacific (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. 2015 - Voltas, leaders in Air Conditioners now forays into 'Fresh-Air Coolers - Voltas wins Ministry of Power's coveted National Energy Conservation Award for 2015 - Voltas wins honours from Dun & Bradstreet India for being first in consumer durables 2016 - Voltas launches smart water solutions to provide clean water - Voltas Water Solutions combines Smart Engineering with Smart Water Science to launch Smart Water Solution

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