Asian Paints Ltd. is a large-cap company and a paints major in India. It belongs to the Nifty 50 group of shares and Asian Paints share price fluctuations affect the benchmark index Nifty according to weight. In NSE, the company is named ASIANPAINT.
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About the Company
Asian Paints Ltd. was incorporated a long way back, before independence in 1942. Today it stands as the third-largest paint company in Asia and the largest paints major in India. Asian Paints runs the business in 17 countries, has 25 paint manufacturing units across the world and provides paints and related services to consumers in more than 65 countries.
Asian Paints manufactures different types of paints. Decorative paints for housing, Industrial paints for automobiles and other Industrial segments. In addition to these, the company also produces various paint accessories such as wood primers, wall primers, stainers, and Putties. Since 1967, the company leads the Indian paints market owing to its strong consumer-focused business outlook and innovative spirit.
Presence Across the World
Asian Paints group operates across the world in many countries through it and its subsidiaries. They are Apco Coatings, Apco Coatings, and Taubmans, Berger International, SCIB Paints – Egypt, SCIB Paints, and lastly Taubmans. Asian Paints along with its subsidiaries runs the business across 5 regions of the world namely South East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, the South Pacific, and the Caribbean region. Among these, it operates through SCIB in Egypt, Apco Coatings in South Pacific, and Taubmans in Fiji and Samoa.
Asian Paint has 25 manufacturing units across the world. The manufacturing units, regional, zonal and local distribution centres and the network of distributors and dealers are also integrated into the state of art company-designed logistics chain. Moreover, in India company operates through 2 chemical plants, 350 raw material goods supplying units, 18 processing centres, 180 points for packing material vendors, 72 depots and 6 regional distribution centres all of which are integrated into the supply chain by the use of the latest cutting-edge technologies.
BIL or Berger International Limited was acquired by Asian Paints in 2002 which increased the company’s business manifold because in the paints world, BIL carried prestige in its name. After the acquisition, Asian Paints kept the name intact and sold paints under the BIL brand name as well to maximize profit potential.
The company kept its fame intact by winning numerous awards for excellence both on the national and international front.
The company was incorporated in the year 1945, a little before independence. The company largely operates in the paints and pigments sector and earns revenue from these verticals.
The recent audited financial report shows it has earned Rs 14316.13 crores from Paints, Varnishes, Enamels and Blacks, its key products which contributed 98.32% of total sales. In addition, Subsidy contributed Rs 162.36 crores equivalent to 1.11% of total sales value, Process charges earned Rs 59.21 crores amounting to 0.40% of sales value, Sales or services earned Rs 13.04 crores (0.40% of total sales value) and Scrap sales earned Rs 8.81 crores (0.06% of total sales value. The audited report of fiscal 2017 – 18 data shows this sales data.
The company has appointed Deloitte Haskins u0026amp; Sells LLP as its auditors.
As of 30-06-2018, Asian Paints has 959,197,790 no total shares outstanding
- Plot No 50-55,
Industrial Development Area,
State: Andhra Pradesh
- Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg,
- A-1, UPSIDC Industrial Area,
Kasna – II, Kasna Village,
City: Gautam Budh Nagar
State: Uttar Pradesh
The Promoter and promoter group owns 52.79%. Moreover, they all are Indian promoters. Foreign institutional investors or FII/ FPI own a total of 14.65% of shares. The domestic institutional investors or DII own a total of 12.02% of shares. The rest of the shares, which is 20.54% are owned by non-institutional investors. This article, Asian Paints share price will provide updated information regarding Asian Paints share price.
- Abhay VakilNon (Executive Director)
- Amit Syngle (Chief Operating Officer)
- Amrita VakilNon (Executive Director)
- Ashwin Choksi (Chairman)
- Ashwin Dani (Vice Chairman)
- Deepak Satwalekar (Independent Director)
Company Financials for Analyzing Asian Paints Share Price
Asian Paints share price is Rs 1144.80 (as of 16.06.17, EOD) in BSE. As per the latest data of the Asian Paints share price, the standalone basis P/E is 60.71 versus the average industry PE of 55.09, and the EPS is Rs 18.8. The market cap is Rs 1,09,464 crores. The face value of the share is Rs 1. Return on equity or the ROE stands at 25.62%. The return on capital employed, ROCE is 36.65% and the return on assets is 15.68%.
As of 19-09-2018, the closing share price of Asian paints is Rs 1289.35in NSE. The present market cap of Asian paints is Rs 123,674.17 crores. The EPS is Rs 22.62. The P/E is Rs 57 versus the industry P/E is 55.81. Moreover, the book value per share is Rs 93.52. The P/BV ratio is 13.79. The dividend yield is 0.67. As per available data, subscribe data amount is 95.92 crores.
The financial data for the second quarter of fiscal 2018 – 19 shows the consolidated net profit is Rs 558.02 crores. Net sales stood at Rs 4398.59 crores and the EBITDA also shows a figure of Rs 874.44 crores.
Final Thoughts about Asian Paints Share Price
Overall, investors should keep a close eye on Asian Paints’ share price as it can rise quickly due to the company’s strong fundamentals. Although the last three weeks have seen some losses in its stock prices, we expect it to make impressive gains over the coming months given its track record of profits. In conclusion, despite short-term volatility in the market, Asian Paints is an attractive long-term investment for those looking at capitalizing on the solid growth and stability of this major paint manufacturer with a global presence.