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Industry Structure and Development:
Suraj Limited ("the Company") is Indias leading Manufacturer of Stainless Steel seamless Pipes, tubes, and "U" tubes, Flanges & fittings with Electro polishing having a plant at Survey no. 779/A, Thol, Tal:-Kadi, Dist: - Mehsana. Our products find application in important industry segments like pharmaceuticals, dyes & pigments, Oil, Gas, Refinery, etc. The day to day management of the Company is looked by the Executive Director assisted by a team of competent technical & commercial professionals.
The companys overall operational performance has been average during the financial year 2018-19; it achieved sale and other income of Rs. 17,982.49 Lakhs as against last years Rs. 20,727.12 Lakhs registering the decrease of about 13.24%. Profit before tax decrease from Rs. 98.10 Lakhs to Rs.94.73 Lakhs. Net Profit is Rs.139.09 Lakhs, Reserve and Surplus stood at Rs. 6764.46 Lakhs.
Opportunities, Threats, Risks and Concerns:
As is normal and prevalent for any business, the Company is likely to face competition from large scale imports. There can be risks inherent in meeting unforeseen situation, not uncommon in the industry. Company is fully aware of these challenges and is geared to meet them. Company also recognizes the risks associated with business and would take adequate measures to address the associated risks and concerns. Some of these factors include competition from multinational Companies, duty free imports by customers against export obligations, our pricing strategy being mainly dependent on import affairs and dependence on imported raw material.
Internal Control Systems and their Adequacy:
Management has put in place effective Internal Control Systems to provide reasonable assurance for:
Safeguarding Assets and their usage.
Maintenance of Proper Accounting Records and
Adequacy and Reliability of the information used for carrying on Business Operations.
Key elements of the Internal Control Systems are as follows:
(i) Existence of Authority Manuals and periodical updating of the same for all Functions.
(ii) Existence of clearly defined organizational structure and authority.
(iii) Existence of corporate policies for Financial Reporting and Accounting.
(iv) Existence of Management information system updated from time to time as may be required.
(v) Existence of Annual Budgets and Long Term Business Plans.
(vi) Existence of Internal Audit System.
(vii) Periodical review of opportunities and risk factors depending on the Global / Domestic Scenario and to undertake measures as may be necessary.
The Company has appointed an Independent Auditor to ensure compliance and effectiveness of the Internal Control Systems in place.
The Audit Committee is regularly reviewing the Internal Audit Reports for the auditing carried out in all the key areas of the operations. Additionally the Audit Committee approves all the audit plans and reports for significant issues raised by the Internal and External Auditors. Regular reports on the business development, future plans and projections are given to the Board of Directors. Internal Audit Reports are regularly circulated for perusal of Senior Management for appropriate action as required.
Human Resource/Industrial Relations:
Human Resources Development, in all its aspects like training in safety and social values is under constant focus of the management. Relations between the management & the employees at all levels remained healthy & cordial throughout the year. The Management and the employees are dedicated to achieve the corporate objectives and the targets set before the company remained healthy & cordial throughout the year. The Management and the employees are dedicated to achieve the corporate objectives and the targets set before the company.
Indias economic growth is contingent upon the growth of the Indian steel industry. Steel Industry in India seems to be positive despite continuing global economic slowdown. Consumption of steel is taken to be an indicator of economic development. India is currently the worlds fourth largest producer of crude steel (knocking to be the third largest by the year end) and is expected to become the second largest producer by 2020. Steel production in India has increased from 81 million tonnes (MT) in 2013-14 to 88 MT in 2014-15 with the capacity being increased from 100 MT in 2013-14 to 110 MT in 2014-15. The steel sector contributes nearly 2% of the countrys GDP and employs over 6 lakh people. The per capita consumption of total finished steel in the country has risen from 51 kg in 2009-10 to about 60 kg in 2014-15. Steel demand in the developed economies grew by 1.8% in 2018 following a resilient 3.1% growth in 2017. We expect demand to further decelerate to 0.3% in 2019 and 0.7% in 2020, reflecting a deteriorating trade environment. Industrys growth in relation to that of the overall economy indicates that it is mature.
Statements in the Management Discussion and Analysis and Directors Report describing the Companys strengths, strategies, projections and estimates, are forward-looking statements and progressive within the meaning of applicable laws and regulations. Actual results may vary from those expressed or implied, depending upon economic conditions, Government Policies and other incidental factors. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on the forward looking statements.