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This week we take a look at the Outlier – Uflex .
India’s largest end to end flexible packaging solutions provider, Uflex serves the packaging needs of various industries across the globe.
Born in 1983, Uflex has become India’s largest flexible packaging company with manufacturing facilities spread across UAE, Mexico, Poland, Egypt and USA.
The Company is setting up facility in the State of Gujarat for manufacture and sale of Aseptic Packaging materials for liquid products with an annual capacity of 7 billion packs at a cost of Rs. 580 crore to be operational by end of this financial year.
Packaging Film Business – OPP Films, Polyester Films, Metalized & Specialty films and Polyester Chips of different grades etc.
Flexible Packaging Business – laminates made of various combinations of Polyester, BOPP, poly, metalized & hologram films and others in roll form and in various preformed pouches & bags of many sizes etc. Ex: The KOHINOOR Bag used for packaging of premium rice, BIRLA WALLCARE package i.e. a Woven Polypropylene (WPP) stand-up bag used for packaging 40 kgs.
As per the latest shareholding pattern, 3 Big Whale investors continue to stay invested. They include Dilip Kumar Lakhi of Lakhi Group at 3.34%, Haresh Keshwani at 3.63% and Ricky Ishwardas Kirpalani at 1.94%.
The company’s raw materials are linked to crude oil prices. This has resulted in flat revenue growth though there has been growth in volume terms. The company expects growth on the back of the introduction of innovative and value added packaging in the domestic and overseas market.
Here is how they ended March, 2016: