Sundaram Clayton Ltd. Stock Info: As on 2018-05-24 15:43:38
|Market Cap / Sales Ratio||5.30|
|Basic EPS (Rs.)||52.19|
|Return On Assets||8.38|
|Parameter||Mar-17 (₹ Cr.)||Yoy%change|
|Total share capital||10.12|
|Parameter||Mar-17 (₹ Cr.)||6M % change|
|Total share capital||10.12|
|Parameter||Mar-17(in ₹ Cr.)|
|Cash from operating activities||167.95|
|Cash from investing activities||-61.75|
|Cash from financing activities||-107.17|
|Net change in cash||-0.97|
Stock Held By Mutual Fund Schemes
1962 - The Company was incorporated on 24th May, as a Private Ltd. Company and it was converted into a public limited company in October 1962. The company was jointly promoted by T.V. Sundaram Iyengar & Sons Ltd., and Clayton Dewardie Holdings Ltd., U.K. (CDH). It manufactures brakes exhausts, compressors, servos units, stack adjusters, brake chambers, reservoirs, hoses, mopeds and non-ferrous castings. - 9,446 shares allotted to Clayton Dewandre Holdings, Ltd., U.K., without payment in cash against supply of plant and machinery. 1972 - The Company established an aluminium foundry for the manufacture of non ferrous castings. 1978 - The company set up another plant at Hosur for the manufature of mopeds which are sold under the brand name TVS-50". - Bonus Equity shares issued in prop. 1:3. 1979 - The licensed capacity was increased to 1,19,000 sets in Nov. 1981 - The company entered into a license and technical assistance agreement with Clayton Dewandre Company Ltd. (CDC), U.K. for the manufacture of system protection valves. The Company also entered into two license and Technical assistance agreements with WABCO, GAHREUGBREMSEM LTD. West Germany, for the manufacture of dual brake valves, trailor control valves and hand operated brake valves. - The Company proposed to enter into another licence and technical assistance agreement with the Union Switch and Signal Division of American Standard Inc., U.S.A. (AS), for the manufacture of signalling relays, point machines and related hardware. The plant was proposed to be constructed at Hosur, Dharmapuri district, Tamil Nadu State. 1982 - Shares sub-divided. 22,76,110 bonus shares then issued in prop. 1:1. - 11,38,055 shares issued (prem. Rs 10 per share) of which 56,900 shares to employees and 22,760 shares to business associates were reserved for allotment. 10,58,395 shares offered to the public in August, 1983. 1984 - A letter of intent and clearance under the MRTP Act was received for the manufacture of pneumatic equipment for industrial applications in collaboration with WABCO. - Another letter of intent and MRTP clearance was received for the manufacture of industrial laundering, washing, cooking, dispensing and disposing systems. 1985 - Clearance under MRTP for the manufacture of refrigerators at Pondicherry was received. The Company received a letter of intent to manufacture uninterruptible power supply systems and computer peripherals in collaboration with M/s. Elgar Corporation, U.S.A. Collaboration arrangements were under negotiation. 1987 - Ausaldo Transporti, Sr. A, Italy is a collaborator for the manufacture of signalling relays, point machines and related hardware. - Negotiations were being held with Ausaldo, Italy for implementation of the letter of intent granted for the introduction of micro-processor based signal and train controlling systems through a new joint venture to be established. - As the moped division was sold to TVS-Suzuki, Ltd. the Company subscribed for 14,00,000 No. of equity shares of Rs 10 each in the rights issue of TVS-Suzuki, Ltd. - 37,93,517 bonus shares issued in prop. 2:3. 1989 - The production of foundry division suffered in the last quarter of the year due to a lock-out in the factory of one of the Company's major customers. The operations of the railway division suffered for a variety of reasons such as stiff competition, increase in the cost of inputs, higher working capital requirements, etc. - The Company privately placed with ICICI 5,00,000-14% non-convertible debentures of Rs 100 each which were to be redeemed in three annual instalments beginning from 27th September, 1995 with a premium of 5% to be paid with the second instalment. 1991 - A subsidiary Company by name Railway Products (India) Ltd. was formed. - Investigations revealed unsatisfactory prospects for the manufacture of industrial pneumatic equipments in collaboration with WABCO, Hannover, Germany hence the licence was ceased and agreement was cancelled. - The Company privately placed 5,00,000-19% non-convertible debentures of Rs 100 each aggregating to Rs 500 lakhs with the following financial institutions: (i) 1,25,000 to LIC, (ii) 20,000 to GIC, (iii) 15,000 to New India Assurance Co. Ltd., (iv) 15,000 to United India Insurance Co. Ltd., (v) 2,00,000 to SBI Mutual Fund and (vi) 1,25,000 to GIC Mutual Fund. - These debentures of Rs 100 each are redeemable in three annual instalments beginning from 29th October, 1997, with a premium of 5% to be paid along with second/third instalment. 1994 - It was proposed to expand the production capacity. 2001 - Sundaram Clayton is forging a sourcing arrangement with engine maker Cummins for the Indian and US markets. SCL has recently achieved a breakthrough by executing orders worth Rs 3-4 crore for Cummins of US. 2002 -Sundaram Clayton Board have approved the variation of the terms of contract executed between the company and Mr Venu Srinivasan, MD. 2003 -Sundaram Clayton, part of the TVS group is betting on Anti-lock Break System (ABS) as the new technology which could bring in huge cost savings, especially for the commercial vehicle industry in India. -SCL is enhancing the capacity of its aluminium die-casting foundry from 600 tonnes per month to 1500 tonnes per month. -TVS group company Sundaram Clayton Ltd (SCL) has acquired an order to supply die castings to Volvo for its American operations 2005 -Sundaram-Clayton opens new division to develop software for WABCO 2006 - Mr. S Muralidharan has been appointed as a Company Secretary and as a Compliance Officer. - 100% defect free delivery for Q2, Q3 and Q4 from Cummins, USA 2007 - The Board have recommended a final dividend of Rs 2/- per share on equity shares of Rs 10/- each. - ''Most Improved Supplier" award from Cummins, US - Best supplier award for "Responsiveness" from Cummins ABO 2008 - Best Supplier award for "Cost reduction" from Honda Siel Cars India. - Awarded for TPM Excellence, Category A. 2009 - Mr R Raja Prakash appointed as Company Secretary and Compliance Officer of the Company. - Excellent performance in "6 sigma initiatives" from Cummins, United States. -Sundaram Clayton has given the Bonus in the Ratio of 1:1 2010 - Sundaram Clayton - Lakshmi Venu joins Sundaram-Clayton Board of Directors. 2011 - Sudarshan Venu joins Sundaram-Clayton Board of Directors. 2012 - Mr Venu Srinivasan has been appointed as Chairman of the Company. - Mr R Vijayaraghavan as an additional and non executive independent director of the Company. 2013 -The Board of Directors of the Company has declared an interim dividend of Rs. 9/- per share 2014 -The Board of Directors of the Company has declared an interim dividend of Rs. 6.50/- per share.
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