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Deccan Cements Ltd.

BSE: 502137 Sector: Industrials
NSE: DECCANCE ISIN Code: INE583C01013
BSE LIVE 14:53 | 19 Jan 1000.00 -3.25
(-0.32%)
OPEN

1005.00

HIGH

1019.95

LOW

1000.00

NSE LIVE 14:53 | 19 Jan 997.40 -10.40
(-1.03%)
OPEN

995.05

HIGH

1020.00

LOW

995.05

OPEN 1005.00
PREVIOUS CLOSE 1003.25
VOLUME 216
52-Week high 1220.00
52-Week low 502.75
P/E 17.06
Mkt Cap.(Rs cr) 700.00
Buy Price 1000.00
Buy Qty 97.00
Sell Price 1018.50
Sell Qty 35.00
OPEN 1005.00
CLOSE 1003.25
VOLUME 216
52-Week high 1220.00
52-Week low 502.75
P/E 17.06
Mkt Cap.(Rs cr) 700.00
Buy Price 1000.00
Buy Qty 97.00
Sell Price 1018.50
Sell Qty 35.00

Deccan Cements Ltd. (DECCANCE) - Company History

Incorporated in Jul.'79, Deccan Cements manufactures cement. The first mini cement plant based on rotary kiln technology started commercial production in Oct.'92. The company was promoted by M B Raju of the Nagarjuna group -- a technocrat enterprenuer. The other companies of the group are DCL Polyesters and Deccan Polypacks. During 1986-87, DCL introduced reinforced suspension preheater technology, from Onoda Engineering & Consulting Company, Japan, to enhance its capacity from 66000 tpa to 99000 tpa. In Aug.'91, it completed the modernisation and expansion programme to double its capacity from 300 tpd to 600 tpd. The company has also commissioned a captive-generation plant to meet nearly 65% of its total power requirement. The company issued PCDs on a rights basis, aggregating Rs 8.66 cr, in Nov.'92 to meet long-term working capital requirements, capital expenditure and to invest in group companies, DCL Polyesters and Deccan Polypacks. The company commissioned the first wind farm in Andhra Pradesh in Feb.'95 which has generated 10.65 lac units of power. The 3.75 MW captive mini hydel plant at Guntur Branch canal, Narasaraopet, Andhra Pradesh, has been commissioned. The company executed the expansion capacity of the cement division from 1,98,000 tonnes to 2,97,000 tonnes per annum 1999-2000. The company had set up a Slag Cement Plant with a capacity of 3,00,000 TPA at an estimated cost of Rs.25 crores and the project was completed during 2002 and commercial production has commenced.