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Jindal Poly Films Ltd

NSE: JINDALPOLY

DPS

4.3

Last updated : FY 2023

Key Highlights

    The Dividend per Share of Jindal Poly Films Ltd is ₹ 4.3 as of 2023 .a1#The Dividend Payout of Jindal Poly Films Ltd changed from -1.24 % on March 2019 to 1.08 % on March 2023 . This represents a CAGR of NaN% over 5 years. a1#The Latest Trading Price of Jindal Poly Films Ltd is ₹ 635.35 as of 20 Jun 10:39 .a1#The Market Cap of Jindal Poly Films Ltd changed from ₹ 1152 crore on March 2019 to ₹ 2193 crore on March 2023 . This represents a CAGR of 13.74% over 5 years. a1#The Revenue of Jindal Poly Films Ltd changed from ₹ 1705 crore to ₹ 1138 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of -18.28% a1#The EBITDA of Jindal Poly Films Ltd changed from ₹ 485.73 crore to ₹ 54.9 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of -66.38% a1#The Net Profit of Jindal Poly Films Ltd changed from ₹ 315.12 crore to ₹ -18.88 crore over 8 quarters. This represents a CAGR of NaN% a1#

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Fundamental Metrics

Market Cap

2,685 Cr

EPS

16.3

P/E Ratio (TTM) *

37.5

P/B Ratio (TTM) *

0.6

DTE *

1.0

ROE *

1.7

ROCE *

2.6

Dividend Yield *

0.86

DPS *

4.3

Dividend Payout *

1.08

Ann.Dividend % *

43

* All values are consolidated

Last Updated time: 20 Jun 06:53 AM

* All values are consolidated

Last Updated time: 20 Jun 06:53 AM

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Dividend Payout Over Time

Dividend payout refers to the total dividends paid to shareholders relative to the company's earnings. It is a financial measure that determines the percentage of earnings paid out to existing shareholders as dividends. How to calculate Dividend Payout Ratio? The dividend payout ratio formula is as follows: DPR = Dividends paid / Net earnings With the dividend payout ratio, you can understand the company's priorities. It is an important metric that allows you to easily check DPR online.

Dividend Payout Over Time

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Mar '19-1
Mar '201
Mar '211
Mar '222
Mar '231

* All values are a in %

Dividend per Share (DPS) Over Time

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DIVIDENDYIELD

Dividend Yield is a financial ratio that shows the annual dividend income relative to the market price of a share. It is calculated by dividing the dividend per share by the current market price per share, expressed as a percentage.

Dividend Yield Comparison With Top Peers

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Net Profit Vs Dividend Per Share

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Jindal Poly Films Ltd

NSE: JINDALPOLY

PRICE

635.35

22.10 (3.60%)

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Last updated : 20 Jun 10:39

SWOT Analysis Of Jindal Poly Films Ltd

Strength

3

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Weakness

1

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Opportunity

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Threats

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Overview of Dividend

Types of Dividend


Special Dividend

A dividend is paid on common stock when a company has accumulated substantial profits over years, often seen as excess cash that doesn't need immediate use.


Preferred Dividend

A quarterly dividend is paid to preferred stock owners, typically accumulating a fixed amount, and is earned on shares that function more like bonds.


Interim Dividend

Companies declare interim dividends before final full-year accounts are prepared, specifically in India, during the financial year from April to March of the following year.


Final Dividend

A final dividend is issued after the year's accounts have been compiled. Aside from this, the following list highlights the most prevalent sorts of dividends:


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Market Cap Over Time

Market Cap or market capitalisation refers to metrics that are used to measure a company's size. It is defined as the total market value of a company's outstanding shares of stock. Formula of Market Cap: Market Capital = N * P Here, N for the outstanding shares P refers to the closing price of the company's shares. Types of Companies based on Market Cap: - Small-Cap stocks: Up to 500 Crore - Mid-Cap Stocks: From Rs.500 crore up to Rs.7,000 crore - Large-Cap Stocks: From Rs.7,000 crore up to Rs.20,000 crore

Market Cap Over Time

Period
Mar '191152
Mar '20876
Mar '213242
Mar '224863
Mar '232194

* All values are a in crore

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Revenue Over Time

Revenue term means the amount of money a company earns from its primary business activities such as the sales of its products & services. Types of Revenue: 1. Operating revenue: It refers to the income generated from the core business activities, which are sales of goods or services rendered. 2. Non-Operating revenue: It is the income generated from secondary sources unrelated to the primary business. Examples include rents, dividends, interest, and royalty fees. Formula for Revenue: The formula for calculating revenue is based on two goods & services: For goods: Revenue = Avg unit price x Number of Units sold For services: Revenue = Avg unit price x Number of Customers served.

Revenue Over Time

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Jun '221706
Sep '221643
Dec '22961
Mar '231040
Jun '231030
Sep '231122
Dec '231113
Mar '241139

* All values are a in crore

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EBITDA Over Time

PBIDT stands for Profit Before Interest, Depreciation, and Taxes. It is a financial metric that measures a company's profitability before accounting for interest expenses, depreciation of assets, and taxes. Formula to calculate PBIDT: PBIDT = Net Income + Interest + Depreciation + Taxes or PBIDT = Operating Income + Depreciation + Taxes PBIDT vs EBITDA vs EBIT vs EBT: Here is a brief explanation of the differences: - PBIDT (Profit Before Interest, Depreciation, and Taxes) includes taxes in its calculation, unlike EBITDA. - EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization) excludes taxes and interest, focusing on operational performance. - EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) excludes interest and taxes, providing a measure of core operational profitability. - EBT (Earnings Before Taxes) includes all operating income but does not account for interest expenses. Conclusion: PBIDT, similar to EBITDA, is a measure of operational profitability but includes taxes in its calculation.

EBITDA Over Time

Period
Jun '22486
Sep '22272
Dec '22-9
Mar '2329
Jun '23211
Sep '23113
Dec '2397
Mar '2455

* All values are a in crore

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Net Profit Over Time

Net profit is the amount of money a company retains after accounting for all expenses, depreciation, interest, taxes, and other deductions. Net Profit formula is expressed as: Net Profit = Total Revenue - Total Expense Net Profit Margin Ratio: Net Profit Margin Ratio = Net Profit / Total Revenue

Net Profit Over Time

Period
Jun '22315
Sep '22485
Dec '22-97
Mar '23-385
Jun '2398
Sep '2312
Dec '23-19
Mar '24-19

* All values are a in crore

About Jindal Poly Films Ltd

About Jindal Poly Films Ltd

    Jindal Poly Films Limited (JPFL) (formerly known Jindal Polyester Ltd) was incorporated in Sep.'74. The Company is engaged in the manufacturing of Biaxially-Oriented Polyethylene Terephthalate (BOPET) and Biaxially Oriented Poly Propylene Films (BOPP films), Cast Poly Propylene Films (CPP films), Thermal Lamination Films, Medical Films, and Non-Woven Products such as Interlining, Disposable Fabrics and Fabrics for Industrial Applications, etc. The manufacturing plant of the Company at Nasik, Maharashtra is the world's largest integrated facility for the production of BOPET and BOPP Films. In 1974, the company set up its first unit to manufacture ERW steel pipes and tubes, black and galvanised, at Jindal Nagar (Ghaziabad district), UP. In Apr.'93, the steel unit of the company was transferred to Jindal Pipes. The company is the largest producer of flexible packaging films in the country. The company also manufacture and sell POY and manufacture polyester chips for captive comsumption. Jindal France SAS, Rexor SAS and Hindustan Polyester Ltd are the subsidiaries of the company. In 1985, JPL diversified into the manufacture of polypropylene filament yarn and polyester filament yarn at Gulaothi, UP. It also modernised its POY plant in 1990 to update technology and replace certain old and worn-out equipments/components. In 1992, it set up a polycondensation plant with an installed capacity of 15000 tpa for captive consumption. During 1994-95, Northern Plastics Finance Company (NPFCL), engaged mainly in investing and dealing in securities and finance, was amalgamated with the company. JPL has also came out with a public issue in Aug.'94 to part-finance the expansion scheme and to diversify to manufacture bottle-grade chips. During 1995-96, the company has set up a new project of bi-axially oriented polyester film at Nasik as a 100% EOU with an installed capacity of 12000 tpa. In Apr.'99, India Polyfilms and Patel Poly Products were merged with the company and all the assets and liabilities of the merged companies were transferred and vested in the company on 14th Mar. 2000. JPL has expanded the capacity of Polyester film plant 12000 tonnes to 36000 tonnes by commissioning a new thick polyester film line in the month of December 2000. The commercial production of BOPP with a annual capacity of 13000 TPA was commissioned in 2002-03. To meet the future demand the company is planning to take some new projects like Manufacture of BOPP film with total capacity of 45000 TPA,Metalizing of Bopet Film with a capacity of 12000 TPA and to augment the Poly condensation with a total capacity of 50000 tpa etc. In January 2003, the Company commenced the first metalizing production using sophisticated technology. During 2004-05 the company has increased the installed capacity of Biaxially Oriented Polyester/Polypropylene Film by 57000 MT and with this expansion the total installed capacity of Biaxially Oriented Polyester/Polypropylene Film has increased to 131000 MT. During 2005 the company made a public offer by way of 100% Book Building by issuance of 83,33,325 Equity Shares of face value of Rs.10 each at a premium of Rs.350 per shares amounting to Rs.3000 Million. During 2004-05 the company has commissioned an 8.2 metre wide, five-layer line with the capacity to produce 32000 TPA of BOPP films at Nashik Maharashtra. Further it also proposes to set up a 45000 TPA, 8.2 metre wide line to make BOPP films at Nashik, Maharashtra by August 2006. The company has also established an 8.7 metre wide thin film line at Nashik, Maharashtra. With the implementation of this line the company now has a total capacity of 86000 tonnes for Bopet film. In August 2005, the Company increased its metalising capacity by 14000 TPA to 26000 TPA at its plant in Nashik, Maharashtra. The company also proposes to install two line of 7000 TPA by September 2006. The company has already commissioned 4500 TPA capacity to manufacture PVDC, Acrylic and LTS Coated films, at Nashik. A second line with same capacity is likely to start by February 2006. In March 2005, the name of the company was changed from Jindal Polyester Ltd to Jindal Poly Films Ltd. During the year 2005-06, the Company completed its follow on Public offering by way of 100% Book Building by issuance of 83,33,325 equity shares of face value of Rs.10 each at a premium of Rs. 350 per share aggregating around Rs. 3000 million. The Company's new BOPP Film Line (Line-3) with a capacity of 45,000 tpa commenced commercial production from September, 2006. The Company's 2 new BOPP line having combined capacity of 90,000 tpa commenced production during the financial year 2008-09, and the total capacity of BOPP in operation stood at 1,80,000 tpa. One BOPP line with a capacity of 30,000 tpa (line 6) commenced operation during the year 2011-12. During year 2014 the company completed the acquisition of Entire Global BOPP Films business of ExxonMobil, USA with the change of control from 1st October, 2013 consisting of five manufacturing facilities, two located in USA and three in Europe. Board of Directors of the Company had, at its meeting held on January 12, 2015 approved a Scheme of Arrangement between Jindal Photo Limited (Demerged Company) and Jindal Poly Films Limited (Resulting Company) for demerger of the manufacturing division of the demerged Company, which is engaged in the business of manufacture, production, sale and distribution of photographic products (Demerged Undertaking), into the Resulting Company. Subsequently, the Hon'ble Allahabad High court had approved the Scheme, which became effective from the appointed date i.e 1st April, 2014. During the Financial year 2016-17, Global Nonwovens Ltd. became wholly owned subsidiary company. On December 22, 2017 the Board of Directors of the Company approved the proposal of issue of 260,000 shares by M/S JPF Netherlands B.V (JPF NL), a subsidiary of the Company and thereafter M/s JPF Netherlands B.V. issued and allotted shares on 29th December, 2017 and consequently JPF NL ceased as subsidiary of Jindal Poly Films Ltd. w.e.f 29th December, 2017. Board of Directors of Company in its meeting held 23rd August, 2016, approved a Scheme of Amalgamation for merger of Global Nonwovens Limited (wholly owned subsidiary) with Jindal Poly Films Limited. (Holding Company), effective from the Appointed Date i.e. 1st April, 2015 and resultant, Global Nonwovens Limited ceased to be subsidiary of the Company in 2016-17. During the year 2019-20, Hon'ble National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) of Judicature Allahabad Bench vide their order dated 9th December 2019 Sanctioned the scheme of Arrangement between Jindal Poly Films Limited (Demerged Company) and its wholly owned subsidiary Universus Photo Imagings Ltd. (Formerly known as Jindal Photo Imaging Ltd) (Resulting Company) for demerger of Photo Films Business (Demerged Undertaking) w.e.f. appointed date 1st April, 2019 with the Registrar of Companies on 20th December 2019, which inter alia provides for demerger of Demerged Undertaking into Resulting Company, on a going-concern basis. On 16th March, 2022, the Company made a share subscription and purchase agreement with Project Holdings Fourteen (DIFC) Ltd., an SPV of Special investment fund of Brookfield Asset Management Inc. to invest Rs. 2,00,000 lakhs for acquisition of non-controlling stake in JPFL Films Private Limited. Shareholders of the Company approved transfer of packaging films business on 21st April, 2022. After completing all the conditions precedent, the packaging film business now stands transferred to JPFL Films Pvt. Ltd, on 2nd August 2022.

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Board of Jindal Poly Films recommends final dividend

Jindal Poly Films announced that the Board of Directors of the Company at its meeting held...

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31 May 202411:09

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Jindal Poly Films revises board meeting date

Jindal Poly Films has revised the meeting of the Board of Directors which was scheduled to...

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30 May 202411:19

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Jindal Poly Films to conduct board meeting

Jindal Poly Films will hold a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company on 29 May 2...

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25 May 202412:50

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Jindal Poly Films to announce Quarterly Result

Jindal Poly Films will hold a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company on 14 Febru...

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09 Feb 202414:49

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Jindal Poly Films announces board meeting date

Jindal Poly Films will hold a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Company on 14 Novem...

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08 Nov 202315:06

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Jindal Poly Films AGM scheduled

Jindal Poly Films announced that the 49th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the company will...

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06 Sep 202313:45

FAQs for dividends of Jindal Poly Films Ltd

What is the current market price of Jindal Poly Films Ltd Ltd as of June 20, 2024?

The current market price of Jindal Poly Films Ltd Ltd stands at 635.3 per share.

What dividend did Jindal Poly Films Ltd declare in the last fiscal year?

In the last fiscal year, Jindal Poly Films Ltd declared a dividend totaling ₹5.5.

What is the most recent dividend declared by Jindal Poly Films Ltd?

Jindal Poly Films Ltd recently declared a dividend of 0.0 in the latest quarter

How many times has Jindal Poly Films Ltd declared dividends in the current fiscal year

Jindal Poly Films Ltd has declared dividends 4 times totaling ₹0 in the current fiscal year (FY2023-2024).

How many times did Jindal Poly Films Ltd declare dividends in the previous fiscal year?

In the previous fiscal year (FY2022-2023), Jindal Poly Films Ltd declared dividends 4 times totaling ₹0.
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