Emerging Companies

Emerging Companies

The COVER STORY in the latest issue of BUSINESS TODAY dated July 19th 2015  is titled “Growth Warriors”.

It lists following 18 companies: 

Six categories Eighteen Stars

Category-I

1. Eicher Motors– makers of Royal Enfield Motor cycles.

2. Serum Institute of India–makers of vaccines.

3. Kwality Ltd–dairy segment.

Category-II

1. Avanti Feeds—makers of prawn and fish feed.

2. Kaveri Seeds—hybrid seeds.

3. PVR—Multiplexes.

Category-III

1. Astra Microwave Products—special Radar components.

2. Kamrajar Port—fossil fuels handling port in Tamil Nadu.

3. Seven Life Sciences—bio pharmaceuticals.

Category-IV

1. Adani Ports and Sez—multi-port operators.

2. IL&FS  Transport Network—infrastructure.

3. Godrej Agrovet—Agribusiness.

Category-V

1. GAIL Gas—gas distribution.

2. Raj West Power—electric power.

3. Adani Gas—gas distribution.

Category-VI

1. Ishedu Agrochem—castor oil and derivatives.

2. IL&FS Education & Technical Sevices—computer education and skilling.

3. Shilpi Cables—telecom cables.

 Here is what I have written to the Editor:

FASTEST GROWING EMERGING COMPANIES

Dear Sir,

This refers to your interesting special edition of your pains-taking survey on emerging companies. (“Growth Warriors” BT July 19, 2015).

All eighteen companies engaged in diverse areas of operations are expected to play a very important role in development of the Indian Economy now and in times to come. The list of fields they are engaged in, speaks volumes about their expertise in finding cutting-edge solutions to our country’s myriad problems, be it in life saving vaccines, hybrid high yielding seeds, radar components, biopharmaceuticals, or power and gas  distribution etc. The technocrats, engineers, scientists, agriculturists, entrepreneurs—the brains behind all the companies included in the coveted list, truly deserve special mention for their zeal, energy, drive and focused attention to their path- breaking endevours.

Kudos to the BT Team for this thought–provoking Collectors’ Issue which has highlighted the performance of these un-sung heroes and growth-warriors of our country.

Let us hope the present Government’s future policies give a boost to such companies to really herald innovation and experimentation to justify that truly “Achchey Din Aaney Waaley Hain”!!

Jai Ho India!!  

J S Broca New Delhi. 08.07.15

 

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