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Sundaram Clayton Ltd.

BSE: 520056 Sector: Auto
NSE: SUNCLAYLTD ISIN Code: INE105A01035
BSE 00:00 | 22 Mar 2836.70 -80.50
(-2.76%)
OPEN

2900.00

HIGH

2923.00

LOW

2803.00

NSE 00:00 | 22 Mar 2878.75 -45.35
(-1.55%)
OPEN

2935.95

HIGH

2936.00

LOW

2850.00

OPEN 2900.00
PREVIOUS CLOSE 2917.20
VOLUME 173
52-Week high 5380.00
52-Week low 2252.00
P/E 34.23
Mkt Cap.(Rs cr) 5,741
Buy Price 2800.00
Buy Qty 1.00
Sell Price 2923.00
Sell Qty 1.00
OPEN 2900.00
CLOSE 2917.20
VOLUME 173
52-Week high 5380.00
52-Week low 2252.00
P/E 34.23
Mkt Cap.(Rs cr) 5,741
Buy Price 2800.00
Buy Qty 1.00
Sell Price 2923.00
Sell Qty 1.00

Sundaram Clayton Ltd. (SUNCLAYLTD) - Company History

Sundaram-Clayton Limited (SCL) is part of the $6.5 billion TVS group one of the largest automotive and auto components manufacturing and distribution groups in India. SCL is a leading supplier of aluminium die castings to automotive and non-automotive sector. The company manufactures non-ferrous gravity and pressure die castings. The company has four manufacturing plants located in Tamil Nadu. SCL is also the holding company for TVS Motor Company Limited which is India's third largest manufacturer of two-wheelers and a flagship of the TVS group. Incorporated in May '62 SCL entered into a licence and technical assistance agreement with Clayton Dewandre Company (CDC) UK in Jun.'81 to manufacture system protection valves. The company also entered into technical assistance agreements with WABCO and Gahreugbremsem Germany to manufacture dual brake valves trailor control valves and hand-operated brake valves. It entered into another technical assistance agreement with the Union Switch and Signal Division of American Standard US to manufacture signalling relays point machines and related hardware. To meet the additional demand for scooter project of TVS-Suzuki the company set up a foundry unit at Belagondapalli Hosur Tamilnadu with an annual capacity of 1100.SCL subsidiaries are Harita Stocks Ltd Anusha Investments Ltd Auto (India) Engineering Ltd TVS Investments Ltd TVS Motor Company Ltd Sundaram Auto Components Lts Tvs Electronics Ltd and Tvs Finance and Services Ltd.During the year 2004-05 Auto (India) Engineering Ltd (AIEL) became a wholly owned subsidiary of SCL on 18th November with an authorized capital of Rs.5 lakhs.Brakes and foundry divisions were certified ISO 14001 accreditation during 2001-02. The company is planning to develop new technology products like drying and distribution unit redesigned Type 24*80 spring brake actuator vaccum brake valve with zero dead stroke and compressor with improved life. The die casting division was certified for TS 16949 during the year 2004-2005.As part of expansion programme SCL has completed the construction of a new plant at Ambattur and the manufacturing of air brake system was moved to the new plant in the year 2004-05. The new facility has been built at a cost of Rs.58 crores. This facility combines the strength of the two JV partners viz the manufacturing capabilities of TVS and the product technology of WABCO to offer the world class braking products at affordable prices to the customers. SHL also installed a new 2500 tonne pressure die casting machine the only one of its kind in India. In 2007 Sundaram-Clayton spun-off its brakes division as Wabco-TVS. In 2009 Sundaram-Clayton established a plant at Mahindra World City (MWC). In 2010 Sundaram-Clayton established a plant at Oragadam near Chennai. On 26 December 2011 Sundaram-Clayton announced that it has made certain changes/modifications to the proposed Scheme of Arrangement including Amalgamation and Demerger among Sundaram-Clayton Limited (SCL) and its wholly owned subsidiaries namely Anusha Investments Limited (AIL) and Sundaram Investment Limited (SIL) and their respective shareholders (the Scheme). The Scheme involves amalgamation of AIL with SCL and the demerger of `non-automotive related business' to and in favour of SIL comprising all assets liabilities duties rights and obligations relatable to the demerged undertaking namely `non-automotive related business' and retaining `automotive related business' with the demerged company i.e. SCL. The Institutional Placement Programme (IPP) Committee of directors of Sundaram-Clayton at its meeting held on 8 June 2013 fixed issue price at Rs 297.50 per share. The Institutional Placement Programme (IPP) Committee of directors of Sundaram-Clayton at its meeting held on 9 July 2013 fixed issue price at Rs 293 per share. The Board of Directors of Sundaram-Clayton Limited (SCL) at its meeting held on 4 August 2015 approved in-principle an investment of a sum not exceeding USD 8 million in tranches in a die-casting facility proposed to be established in United States (U.S) for catering to the needs of overseas customers subject to such permissions /consents under Indian and U.S Laws and subject to a detailed Project Report submission for evaluation by the company's Board of Directors.On 9 February 2017 Sundaram-Clayton Limited (SCL) announced plans to invest Rs 400 crore over 3 years to expand its facilities in India. This will increase its capacity from 60000 MT to 70000 MT. The planned investment will enable the company to cater to the growth that it expects from the Indian market. The company also announced its plans to set up its first manufacturing facility outside of India with an additional investment of over USD 50 million (Rs 350 crore) to create 10000 MT of capacity over a period of five years. The facility will be located in the United States in Dorchester County South Carolina. Currently the United States contributes a major share of the company's export revenue. The new plant seeks to deepen SCL's decade long strategic engagement in the region.