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Net profit margins of Nakoda Textiles grows by 63%
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Apr '08
Nakoda Textile Industries Ltd (NTIL) posted a robust 61 per cent growth in top line compared to the corresponding quarter last year to touch 1907.4 mn for the first quarter ended March 08.

The company's net profit margin grew 63 per cent over the corresponding quarter last year to Rs.33.19 mn for the first quarter ended March 08.

Nakoda Textile Industries, one of India's largest players in the fully drawn yarn segment, plans to invest Rs 3250 mn for enhancing their capacity in the coming year.

Mr. Babubhai Jain, CMD, Nakoda Textiles Industries ltd. made this announcement today in Mumbai. He informed that a continuous polymerization plant of 1 lakh MTPA that would be operational by mid 2009 would facilitate the complete backward integration for the company.

Also envisaged is the addition of POY spinning capacity of 70,000 MTPA. The entire expansion is likely to be completed by mid 2009 taking the company's production capacity to 1,00, 000 MTPA of POY.

Commenting on the developments, Mr. Jain said “This project will be a step towards de-risking the business model of our company. On implementation, it will eliminate our dependence on outsourced polyester chips and offer better value addition due to continuous polymerization.

We intend to fund the project using a mix of equity, internal accruals and debt. It has been our endeavor to ensure enhancement in shareholder value. As a step towards this, we are undertaking this capital expenditure”.


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