Pigment/Dyes Sector

Analysis: Bodal Chemicals Ltd

The current section of “Analysis” series covers Bodal Chemicals Ltd, an Indian manufacturer and exporter of dyestuff, dye intermediates and basic chemicals. “Analysis” series is an attempt to share with all the readers, our inputs to the company analysis submitted by readers on the “Ask

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Analysis: AksharChem (India) Limited

This article provides in-depth fundamental analysis of AksharChem (India) Ltd, an Indian manufacturer of dye intermediates (Vinyl Sulphone) and pigments (CPC Green and CPC Violet) based out of Gujarat. In order to benefit the maximum from this article, an investor should focus on the process of

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Analysis: Poddar Pigments Limited

This article provides in-depth fundamental analysis of Poddar Pigments Ltd, a manufacturer of color & additive masterbatches for dope dyeing of man- made fibres like Polypropylene, Nylon & Polyester Multifilament Yarn/Fibers. In order to benefit the maximum from this article, an investor should focus on the

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Q&A: Asahi Songwon Colors Ltd

I used to own shares of Asahi Songwon Colors Ltd in my portfolio. I first bought the stock in February 2012 and sold my position finally in August 2015. Many readers have asked me multiple queries on Asahi Songwon Colors Ltd at different points of

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Analysis: Meghmani Organics Limited

This article provides in-depth fundamental analysis of Meghmani Organics Ltd, an Indian manufacturer of green & blue pigments, pesticides & agrochemicals. In order to benefit the maximum from this article, an investor should focus more on the process of analysis instead of looking for good or

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