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Nocil Financial Analysis of Fy 2015-16 and 2016-17

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NOCIL FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF FY 2015-16 and 2016-17[pic 1]

NOCIL Ltd is India's largest manufacturer and supplier of rubber chemicals. The company is known for product their quality customer services and commitment to environmental care. The company is a part of Arvind Mafatlal Group of Industries a well-known Business House in India with diversified business interests. The company is engaged in the manufacturing and sale of rubber chemicals. They are having their manufacturing facilities in the TTC industrial area Thane and ancillary manufacturing facilities in the GIDC industrial area Vapi. They offer a range of rubber chemicals such as PILFLex which is a rubber anti-degradant PILnox which is a rubber antioxidant PILcure which is a rubber accelerator and PILGarD which is a rubber pre-vulcanization inhibitor. Their subsidiaries include Ensen Holdings Ltd Urvija Investments Ltd and PIL Chemicals Pvt Ltd. NOCIL Ltd was incorporated in the year 1961 as National Organic Chemical Industries Ltd. In the year 1968 the company commenced their production of petrochemicals at NOCIL in technical collaboration with the Royal Dutch Shell Group. Polyolefins Industries Ltd was incorporated in the year 1964 which produced polymers in technical collaboration with Farbwerke Hoechst AG West Germany. In the year 1981 MINDIA Chemicals Ltd which produced rubber chemicals merged with Polyolefins Industries Ltd. In the year 1993 Polyolefins Industries Ltd merged with company for synergy of operations. Also the company became an Indian company under Arvind Mafatlal Group upon withdrawal of Shell from the company and Hoechst from Polyolefins Industries Ltd. Rubber Chemicals Business operates as NOCIL-RCDIn the year 1995 NOCIL-RCD consolidated their position as an important supplier of rubber chemicals in the global market. In the year 2002 the company decided to close down their Petrochemicals Division due to uneconomical and unviable operations on account of their sub-optimal capacity. During the year 2005-06 as per the scheme of arrangement the net current assets of the Plastic Products Division have been transferred to RELPOL Plastics Products Ltd (formerly known as NOCIL Petrochemicals Ltd a business associate of Reliance Industries Ltd) with effect from July 20 2005.During the year 2006-07 the company acquired the entire shareholding of PIL Chemicals Pvt Ltd (formerly known as Sushripada Plastics Pvt Ltd) for Rs 19.50 crore. Thus PIL Chemicals Pvt Ltd became a wholly owned subsidiary of the company. PIL Chemicals has a factory in Vapi (Gujarat) which manufactures some of the products required by the company. Also the company acquired 60 acre plot of land at Dahej near Bharuch in the designated chemical zone of Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation to take care of their future expansion plans. During the year 2007-08 the name of the company was changed from National Organic Chemical Industries Ltd to NOCIL Ltd with effect from September 14 2007. The company's new project at Dahej in Gujarat is progressing well. During 2011 the company has got assignment of Registered Trademark MONOCIL. In 2013 the company commenced production at its new Greenfield Plant at Dahej.

Here it is assumed that the base year is 2015-16 and the data found in the year 2016-17 is compared with that in that found in the year 2015-16.

  • Balance Sheet
  • Statement of Profit and Loss:
  • Cash Flow Statement:[pic 2][pic 3][pic 4]

The above statements are written in the NOCIL Assignment sheet.

  • Total Income:

The total income of Nocil has increased by 5% from the year 2015-16 (Rs. 718.26 Crore) to the year 2016-17 (Rs. 751.33 Crore).

Cost of Goods Sold (COGS):

  • Profitability Analysis:[pic 5][pic 6]

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The operating EBITDA margin for NOCIL has increased from 19.66% in 2015-16 to 22.27% in 2016-17. Hence, we can say the company’s operating profit is increasing.

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