Report Card Attribute Value DateBSE :-532508 PE ratio 5.42 04/11/11 EPS (Rs) 17.00 Mar, 11Current price:- Rs.92.10 Sales (Rs crore) 1,837.64 Sep, 11Plant:- Face Value (Rs) 2 Net profit margin (%) 4.62 Mar, 11 Last dividend (%) 100 24/07/08 Return on average equity 14.28 Mar, 11
Developed BY: Hans Goldschmidt in late 1890 Contains: 10-11 % chromium• Austenitic• Ferritic• Martensitic
Growth rate 2005-2011 in% P.A% Annual growth rate in Asia –12.6% as against 6% global growth
Electro others Process mechanical Industry Engineering 3% /Electronics 10% 5% 2% Construction 5% Transport 5% Metal Products 70%• Metal products including kitchenware is the largest consumption segment in India at present accounting for 70% share of 1.7 mill tonnes• Construction and transport sector is now picking up
•India exported about 170,000 tonnes of stainlesssteel production in 2000-01. Of these, low nickel highmanganese grade HR and CR products were 20,000tonnes. In the 300 series, HR and CR products wereabout 20,000 tonnes, CF Bars 33,600 tonnes, wireand cables about 12,000 tonnes. The export of 400series was 9,800 tonnes of which CF Bars were 7,200tonnes and wire and coils about 2,400 tonnes.
• Peak A- In 2008 stainless steel industry was looking up, piggybacking on the increased demand from the railways. The railways has placed order for 1,500stainless steel wagons and coaches besides steel peripherals, which can be extensively used inside the compartments.• Peak B- In 2009, it was the time of global economic recession and JSL used to export a huge quantity of its total production. So JSL stainless faced a reduction in demand from Europe & USA.• Peak C- JSL Stainless was installing a 5000 crores of SS producing plant at Jajpur, Odisha. In the end of 2010 news came about successfully commissioning & running of this Project.