JK Lakshmi Cement Complete Fundamental Analysis
Originally published: 27/04/2020 09:24
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JK Lakshmi Cement Complete Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental Analysis in Microsoft Excel of JK Lakshmi Cement Shares.

JK Lakshmi cement started its operations in 1982 with its first integrated plant at Sirohi, Rajasthan with a capacity of 0.5 million metric tonnes (MMT). Currently, it has 5 major cement plants with an annual capacity of 13.3 MMT. The company has some popular cement brands like JK Sixer and JK Platinum heavy duty cement. The management focus is on capacity utilization and they have been successful in improving it to 85% from the previous year's 74%.

The cement business does not have a highly distinguished product, so operational efficiency gives price dominance in the market. The cement manufacturing process is such that the cost of electricity and transport comes to around 35% of the total cost. JK Lakshmi cement has presence mostly in the north and western India, especially in Gujarat and Rajasthan.

Around 40% of the revenue comes from Gujarat and 28% comes from Rajasthan. The company has 1700+ large dealers across India and an annual sales of 9.65 MMT of cement in FY 2018-19. The company competes with large cement manufactures like Ambuja Cements, Ultatech and Shree Cements. These companies have a larger distribution and higher capacity which gives them an economic advantage over JK Lakshmi Cements.

The Model covers all the major fundamental aspects of JK Lakshmi Cement over the ten year period. The model is easy to edit and update for the future years as well. It includes:
1. Growth Ratios
2. Profitability Ratios
3. Cash Flow Ratios
4. Liquidity and Solvency Ratios
5. Efficiency Ratios
6. Valuation Ratios
7. ROE (Du Pont Analysis)
8. Common Size analysis
9. Enterprise Valuation
10. Financial Strength Analysis

Further Qualitative analysis is also done considering these factors and ratings have been assigned. The complete detailed analysis is in the word document along with the Excel model.

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1 Microsoft Excel Model +1 Microsoft Word Document

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The aim is to provide a thorough outlook into the company's financial position. This will help the students in projects and learning fundamental analysis. This can also be used by Investors who are looking to do their own due diligence before investing in the Indian Stock Markets.

Equity Research, Fundamental Analysis, Valuation, Long Term Investing

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