Sunday, May 29, 2011

Stock Idea: Mayur Uniquoters

Mayur Uniquoters can test Rs 400 in the next six-eight months time, says SP Tulsian of
Tulsian told CNBC-TV18, "Mayur Uniquoters is a very established company which makes synthetic leather. If you see their financials, the company has posted an EPS of close to Rs 45 for FY11 with PAT margin of close to about 10%. Presently, the company is operating with a plant capacity of 1.4 running million meters per month. Now they are raising their production capacity from 1.4 million per month to 1.9 million per month with the increased capacity operational from July."
He further added, "Their topline has seen a growth of 50% in FY11. Their total income was about Rs 250 crore while the bottomline grew by about 56-57%. The best part is that they are debt free and have a cash balance of about Rs 24 crore in the books. The expansion will get implemented in this cash balance and since their EPS for FY11 is Rs 44-47, I am expecting the expansion to happen by July. That will also contribute for about eight-nine months working in FY12. One can safely assume that they should be able to post an EPS of at least Rs 60."
"The product has very good demand and is supplied largely to auto seats and in furnishing. Their customers are Maruti, Honda, Hero Honda which they supply synthetic leather too. The share is viable at a PE multiple on historic earning at about 5 PE multiple. If I take the forward earnings it is ruling at 3.5-4 PE multiple and debt free status with promoter stake of 75%, this is quite a safe and good growth oriented stock. I expect a price of Rs 400 in the next six-eight months time."

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