Asian Paints Limited is an
Indian chemicals company
headquartered in Mumbai, India.
Established on February 1, 1942
by Cha...
1. The largest paint company in India and third largest company in Asia
2. They have over 50% of market share and are clea...
1.Limited market share in industrial paints segment
with Kansai Nerolac and Akzonobel giving stiff
competition.
2.In decor...
1.Big an international standard paint
company it should look for more
opportunities abroad.
2.There is a good scope for gr...
1. Stringent Government rules and regulations regarding
the quality of products and manufacturing facilities as
Environmen...
Type of issue Year of issue Ratio No. of shares
Total cumulative shares
(No.)
Paid up Capital (Pre-IPO) 1982 – – 35,00,000...
2000 2001 Equity Share 99.5 64.2 64185952 10.0 64.2
1994 1995 Equity Share 34.5 19.9 19911110 10.0 19.9
1993 1994 Equity S...
Period Instrument
Authorized
Capital Issued Capital - P A I D U P -
From To (Rs. cr) (Rs. cr) Shares (nos) Face Value
Capi...
The company recorded
revenues of
INR77,888.7 million
(approximately $1,708.1
million) in the fiscal year
ended March 2011,...
Asian Paints has gained the name & fame in a very short time. But
in paint industry the competetion is very tough. Various...
Asian Paints - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/asian-paints-
ltd/capitalstructure/com...
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  1. 1. Asian Paints Limited is an Indian chemicals company headquartered in Mumbai, India. Established on February 1, 1942 by Champaklal H. Choksey, Chimanlal N. Choksi, Suryakant C. Dani and Arvind R. Vakil. They named their company 'The Asian Oil & Paint Company', that was randomly picked from a telephone directory 1945 – Asian Paints touches a turnover of ` 3,50,000 It manufactures paints for decorative and industrial use Asian Paints is India's largest paint company and Asia's third largest paint company, with a turnover of Rs 96.32 billion. Introduction
  2. 2. 1. The largest paint company in India and third largest company in Asia 2. They have over 50% of market share and are clear leaders decorative paints and are strong competitors to Kansai Nerolac to be leaders in Industrial paints and coatings. 3. They operate in 17 countries and have 24 manufacturing facilities providing service to 65 countries all over the world. 4. Most renowned brand in Indian Paint Industry & its strong customer focus and innovative-spirit has made it market leader since 1968. Superior technologies deployed to achieve maintain the competitive edge for eg. Supply chain management system that integrates plants, regional distribution centers, outside processing centers etc. hence they have strongest supply chain system. 5. They have maintained their brand name and increased awareness by unique ways of advertising and roping in celebrities like Saif Ali Khan. 6. The company has strong financials.
  3. 3. 1.Limited market share in industrial paints segment with Kansai Nerolac and Akzonobel giving stiff competition. 2.In decorative paints Industry Customer tastes and perceptions change very fast and products may become obsolete with change in trends, hence production planning and inventory problem.
  4. 4. 1.Big an international standard paint company it should look for more opportunities abroad. 2.There is a good scope for growth especially in industrial paints category . 3.Needs to have more focus on Automobile industry in industrial paints segment.
  5. 5. 1. Stringent Government rules and regulations regarding the quality of products and manufacturing facilities as Environment policies are given more emphasis. 2. Raw material scarcity and volatlility in prices. Competetors Jenson & Nicolson India Limited, Kansai Nerolac, Akzonobel Sherwin-Williams Co. Nippon Paints Co.
  6. 6. Type of issue Year of issue Ratio No. of shares Total cumulative shares (No.) Paid up Capital (Pre-IPO) 1982 – – 35,00,000 IPO 1982 – 16,85,185 51,85,185 Bonus issue 1985 3:5 31,11,111 82,96,296 Bonus issue 1987 1:2 41,48,148 1,24,44,444 Bonus issue 1992 3:5 74,66,666 1,99,11,110 Bonus issue 1996 1:1 1,99,11,110 3,98,22,220 Issue of shares pursuant to merger with Pentasia Chemicals Limited 1996 1:25 2,94,000 4,01,16,220 Bonus issue 2000 3:5 2,40,69,732 6,41,85,952 Bonus issue 2003 1:2 3,20,92,976 9,62,78,928 Cancellation of shares pursuant to merger of Pentasia Investments Limited with the Company 2003 – 3,59,149 9,59,19,779 Total paid up capital as on date 9,59,19,779
  7. 7. 2000 2001 Equity Share 99.5 64.2 64185952 10.0 64.2 1994 1995 Equity Share 34.5 19.9 19911110 10.0 19.9 1993 1994 Equity Share 34.5 19.9 19911110 10.0 19.9 1992 1993 Equity Share 34.5 19.9 19911110 10.0 19.9 1990 1992 Equity Share 19.5 12.4 12444444 10.0 12.4 1987 1990 Equity Share 19.5 12.4 12444444 10.0 12.4 1985 1987 Equity Share 9.5 8.3 8296296 10.0 8.3 1984 1985 Equity Share 7.5 5.2 5185185 10.0 5.2 1983 1984 Equity Share 7.5 5.2 5185185 10.0 5.2 1980 1983 Equity Share 2.5 2.5 250000 100.0 2.5 1978 1980 Equity Share 2.5 2.5 250000 100.0 2.5 1975 1978 Equity Share 2.5 1.5 150000 100.0 1.5 Period Instrument Authorized Capital Issued Capital - P A I D U P - From To (Rs. cr) (Rs. cr) Shares (nos) Face Value Capital (Rs. Cr) Continued…
  8. 8. Period Instrument Authorized Capital Issued Capital - P A I D U P - From To (Rs. cr) (Rs. cr) Shares (nos) Face Value Capital (Rs. Cr) 2012 2013 Equity Share 99.5 95.9 95919779 10.0 95.9 2011 2012 Equity Share 99.5 95.9 95919779 10.0 95.9 2010 2011 Equity Share 99.5 95.9 95919779 10.0 95.9 2009 2010 Equity Share 99.5 95.9 95919779 10.0 95.9 2008 2009 Equity Share 99.5 95.9 95919779 10.0 95.9 2007 2008 Equity Share 99.5 95.9 95919779 10.0 95.9 2006 2007 Equity Share 99.5 95.9 95919779 10.0 95.9 2005 2006 Equity Share 99.5 95.9 95919779 10.0 95.9 2004 2005 Equity Share 99.5 95.9 95919779 10.0 95.9 2003 2004 Equity Share 99.5 95.9 95919779 10.0 95.9 2002 2003 Equity Share 99.5 64.2 64185952 10.0 64.2
  9. 9. The company recorded revenues of INR77,888.7 million (approximately $1,708.1 million) in the fiscal year ended March 2011, an increase of 14.2% over 2010. The company's operating profit was INR13,956 million (approximately $306.1 million) in fiscal 2011, an increase of 2% over 2010 Its net profit was INR8,432.4 million (approximately $184.9 million) in fiscal 2011, an increase of 0.9% over 2010.
  10. 10. Asian Paints has gained the name & fame in a very short time. But in paint industry the competetion is very tough. Various new companies are entering into the market & giving Asian Paints a very toughcompetetion. So it becomes necessary for Asian Paints to continuously upgrade itself for survival in the market. And it is possible for the company because the company is having a very good financials. Conclusion
  11. 11. Asian Paints - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/asian-paints- ltd/capitalstructure/companyid-14034.cms http://www.asianpaints.com/pdfs/company- info/investors/financial_results/Q3FY14%20results-1.pdf http://www.google.co.in

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