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Crompton: No pep in numbers

(Jul 10, 2002)

Crompton Greaves tryst with restructuring continues. FY02 was a momentous year for the company, as it turned back into the black. The first quarter of FY03 is a continuation of that trend. Crompton recorded 6% topline growth YoY and finished the quarter with a Rs 6 m profit, as compared to Rs 57 m loss reported in 1QFY02.

Crompton: Turnaround on course

(Apr 30, 2002)

Crompton Greaves Limited, India's largest private sector electrical equipment manufacturer continues its battle for survival. The company has declared Rs 40 m as net profit during FY02 as compared to a net loss of Rs 732 m last year. The company's turnover saw 18% growth YoY.

Crompton: Eye improvement with caution

(Feb 25, 2002)

Crompton Greaves Limited, India's largest private sector electrical equipment manufacturer continues its battle for survival. Its performance in 3QFY02 is encouraging. During the December quarter, the company has declared a 12% topline growth and Rs 22 m net profit (loss of Rs 371 m in 3QFY01). Cosequently, the stock has surged by over 40% in the last couple of months.

Crompton: Not yet there

(Dec 27, 2001)

Crompton Greaves Limited, India`s largest private sector electrical equipment manufacturer continues its battle for survival. Its performance in 2QFY02 has been encouraging. Nevertheless, the company's stock continues to be bound near its 52 week low.

Crompton 1QFY02: Signs of comeback

(Jul 25, 2001)

Crompton Greaves has declared a significant 71% growth in its 1QFY02 turnover. The growth has come after a very long lull. As a result, the company has managed to reduce its losses to Rs 57 m from Rs 675 m recorded in the first quarter last year.

Crompton Greaves: Dire straits

(May 23, 2001)

Crompton Greaves Limited (CGL), India`s largest private sector electrical equipment manufacturer continued its dismal run in FY01. The company however, has almost halved its net loss to Rs 732 m as compared to a loss of Rs 1,466 m posted in FY00.

Crompton Greaves bleeds

(May 24, 2000)

Crompton Greaves Limited (CGL), India`s largest private sector electrical equipment manufacturer has posted dismal results in FY2000. The company posted a net loss of Rs 1.5 bn during the year.

New Look Crompton Greaves.

(May 5, 2000)

Crompton Greaves Limited will be de-merged into three separate companies shortly. Crompton Greaves Ltd. is India’s largest private electrical equipment manufacturer and comprises three groups- power and industrial systems, consumer products and telecom and informatics.

"Traditionally power and industrial systems have been contributing substantially to the bottomline"

(Mar 16, 2000)

In an interview to equitymaster.com, Mr. Brij Suri, Member Board, President Finance and Administration, spoke on the power sector reforms, performance of the company's divisions and the research and development efforts of the company.

Crompton Greaves sells stake in cellular venture

(Nov 29, 1999)

Crompton Greaves Limited has sold its stake in the cellular service provider, Skycell, for Rs 1 bn. The stake has been sold to Bharti Enterprises. The acquirer is also in talks with the other promoters of the company, Bellsouth and Millicom of the US.

Crompton to divest Skycell stake

(Aug 23, 1999)

According to newspaper reports, Crompton Greaves Ltd. is selling its 40% stake in the Chennai Skycell project for over Rs 2 bn. However, with the passage of the new telecom policy guidelines, the sale price is likely to increase sharply.


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