Gallantt Metal Limited is an India-based company, which is engaged in the business of production of iron, steel and power. The Company operates through two segments: Steel and Power. The Company manufactures and produces various kinds of iron and steel products, such as sponge iron, pig iron, cast iron, bars, rods and billets. Billet is a semi-finished product, which is used for feedstock to rolling mills for production of long products, such as wire rods, bars/rods and structural. Steel Billet is also used in forge shops and machine shops for production of engineering goods and as feedstock for tubes. The product portfolio for the food grain business includes wheat flour products, such as atta, maida, suji and bran. Its products are sold across northern markets, including Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal under the brand name of Gallantt. It has an integrated steel plant at Taluka Bachau, Kutch, Gujrat. The Company also has a captive power plant of approximately 25 megawatts (MW).
The Company looks fundamentally strong based on Fundamental Numbers and Valuation is very attractive,Will do more research and would be back with more details.
However i see a Positive breakout of the stock price,which may give positive returns atleast in the short run.
Gallant Metal holds 26% in Gallant Ispat, the market value of which is more than 400 cr. Also, 25 mw power plant is worth min 125-150 cr. Company is almost debt-free. They are making nominal losses in TMT biz. But overall profitable due to surplus power. Any upturn in steel sector should be very beneficial of them.
Risk : Nothing much known about the promoters. Any input on this will be appreciated.
Disc: Am invested.
Source - Prospectus 10 years old…
Poor Q1 results. Sales and NP both are down. Steel cycle still has not picked up.
This is an interesting company.The promoters have been increasing their shareholding for a while now.51 percent in 2014 to 62 percent in 2017
The management is not earning much as salary .About 68 lakh and not receiving any dividend.How are they increasing their shareholding?