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Godrej Soaps: Glowing numbers

(Jan 22, 2001)

Godrej Soaps Limited declared a 43% jump in its 3QFY01 net profits, on the back of a 27% surge in its operational income. The surge in bottomline also came as a result of a 23% decline in its net interest costs.

'The FMCG sector should grow at a compounded rate of 25% over the next ten years'

(Dec 18, 2000)

Adi Godrej - the name needs no introduction. As the man in charge of the Godrej Group of companies, he is quite well known. Under him, the Godrej Group seems to be driven by only one aim – that of unlocking shareholder value.

Godrej Soaps demerger: Pros and cons

(Dec 11, 2000)

Godrej Soaps Limited recently decided to demerge into two separate entities. The company's consumer products (soaps and toiletries) business will be part of a new company called Godrej Consumer Products Limited (GDCP).

Godrej Soaps: Making the right moves but…

(Sep 26, 2000)

Godrej Soaps, the consumer products to chemicals company has been in the news lately. The company whose valuations are one of the lowest on the bourses (P/e 3.5 times FY00 earnings) is in the throes of a restructuring. The reasons for its poor valuations are not hard to find.

Godrej Soaps: A new wash?

(Aug 3, 2000)

Godrej Soaps has been in the limelight over the past two days. The stock has gone up by 8% each in the last two days. The reasons are not far to seek.

Godrej Soaps back in black with 300% rise in profits

(May 4, 2000)

Godrej Soaps Ltd. reported a robust jump in net profits by 304% to Rs 610 m on a turnover of Rs 7.4 bn in FY2000 over the previous year.

Godrej Soaps mulls hive off of chemicals division

(Jan 19, 2000)

According to newspaper reports, Godrej Soaps is considering a move to hive off its chemicals division. The company is taking steps to focus on the personal and household care segments and plans to emerge as a fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) company in the coming twelve months.

Godrej Soaps mulls hive off of chemicals division

(Jan 18, 2000)

According to newspaper reports, Godrej Soaps is considering a move to hive off its chemicals division. The company is taking steps to focus on the personal and household care segments and plans to emerge as a fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) company in the coming twelve months.

Godrej Soaps turnsaround in 4QFY00

(Jan 15, 2000)

Godrej Soaps has posted a profit of Rs 129.8 m for the quarter ending 31st December 1999. The company has benefited from a sharp decline in expenditure and interest costs.

Godrej Soaps: back in the black

(Oct 22, 1999)

Godrej Soaps has reported a net profit of Rs 395 m in second quarter ended September 30, 1999. The company had posted Rs 87 m a a loss during the corresponding period in FY99. The company is now back in the black.

Godrej restructuring: Where's the moolah?

(Oct 8, 1999)

After announcing major restructuring moves in the recent weeks, the Godrej management must be working over time to find means to raise approximately Rs 1.8 bn for the proposed initiatives.

Godrej restructuring continues

(Sep 24, 1999)

Godrej Soaps is divesting part of its 48% stake in its Joint Venture (JV) Godrej Sara Lee (GSL) to its holding company Godrej & Boyce Limited.

Godrej consolidates portfolio

(Sep 1, 1999)

Godrej Soaps Limited has re-acquired 'Ezee', India's largest selling liquid detergent (annual sales more than Rs 180 m) from Cussons India, in a bid to consolidate its product portfolio and increase its market share. Godrej had introduced Ezee in 1983, but transferred it to Procter & Gamble (India)(459) in 1993, when the two formed a joint venture.


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