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Industry Profile

Aluminium is the second most abundant metallic element in the earth’s crust after silicon and has been produced in commercial quantities since 1886. In 1900, annual output of aluminium was only 1000 tonnes. By end 2005, annual production had reached 31 million tonnes (mt), making aluminium the world’s second most used metal. Aluminum can be used as an alloy with other metals, to extend the already impressive list of its properties. Its surface retains colour well and is therefore remarkably suited for printing. Aluminum also has the advantage of a practically infinite capacity for recycling, making it a choice solution in terms of environmental protection. The use of secondary aluminum, employing rejects or aluminum products at the end of their life cycle, requires only 5% of the power required to produce the primary metal. Aluminum's many properties and qualities explain the “magic” surrounding this metal and the reason why its popularity continues to grow among new product designers who are constantly adding to its already wide range of applications.
Today, aluminum is used in the building industry as well as in manufacturing household articles, from lamps, to kettles and lemon squeezers, often with avant-garde designs. Stylists in many different fields take advantage of the revolutionary alloys developed by the aeronautic or aerospace industries, transforming them into furniture, haute couture clothing, jewellery and accessories. Without aluminum, protective wear for butchers and firemen would not exist. The aerospace adventure owes it a great deal as well. Aluminum, with its affordable production cost, is undeniably an exceptional and very versatile metal. Its future holds the promise of still unsuspected qualities that will attract even more attention to this “grey” gold.

has a current generation capacity of 742 MW. and rolling mills at Belur (West Bengal). India. houses an alumina refinery. billets. foil rolling at Kollur (Andhra Pradesh) and Silvassa (Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli) and an extrusions plant at Alupuram (Kerala). we enjoy a leadership position in aluminium and downstream products. In India. and Belgaum (Karnataka). Hindalco’s integrated complex at Renukoot . Our aluminium units across India encompass the entire gamut of operations. We have also been accorded the Star Trading House status in India.5 MW. alumina refineries at Muri (Jharkhand). Excellent operational standards have ensured a consistent plant load factor of over 95 per cent. extrusions and recycling. an aluminium smelter and facilities for the production of semi-fabricated products. Mouda (Maharashtra). wire rods and aluminium slabs. . foils. The integrated complex at Renukoot also houses a co-generation plant with a capacity of 37. Power is sourced from our Renusagar power plant. Hindalco metal is accepted under the high-grade aluminium contract on the London Metal Exchange (LME) as a registered brand. located about 45 km from Renukoot. Uttar Pradesh. and Taloja. in Uttar Pradesh. Other facilities include an aluminium smelter at Hirakud (Odisha) with a captive power plant and coal mine.Company Profile Hindalco is Asia's largest integrated primary producer of aluminium and among the most costefficient producers globally. with 10 power-generating units. primary aluminium ingots. Our product range includes rolled products. alumina refining. from bauxite mining. aluminium smelting to downstream rolling. extrusions. The captive power plant located at Renusagar. A new co-generation plant with a capacity of 41 MW has just been commissioned to meet the requirements of the enhanced post-expansion capacities.

Every manufacturing plant in turn has its own R&D labs. Ahmedabad. Chandigarh. many of our units have adopted the Integrated Management System (IMS) certification. Everlast aluminium roofing sheets. Indore. Freshwrapp aluminium foil. Hindalco's aluminium galleries in Delhi. Gurgaon. Pune and Bengaluru showcase the versatility of aluminium through a wide range of applications. Furthermore. and Al Planet. both recognised by the Department of Scientific & Industrial Research. Ghaziabad. DSIR. which work on quality assurance. and Taloja has also been accredited in accordance with the standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005 by the National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL). Research Methodology Research and Development Centres Technology — defining the competitive edge Research and Development at Hindalco in India is spear-headed by its two R&D centres at Belgaum and Taloja. namely. reflecting a combined business excellence model. we have launched several brands in recent years. Apart from being a dominant player in the domestic market.A strong presence across the value chain and synergies in operations has given Hindalco a dominant share of the domestic value-added products market. Government of India. All our units are ISO 9001. Hindalco's products are well accepted in international markets. process efficiencies. In India. Permashield aluminium waterproofing membrane sheeting. an exhibition showcasing aluminium products for the construction industry. 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certified. the company enjoys a leadership position in speciality aluminas and hydrates as well as in primary aluminium and downstream semi-fabricated products. environmental standards and new product development. . As a step towards building the market for value-added products and services. Both centres are ISO 9001:2000 certified.

Ontario. USA Novelis Solatens Technology Centre at Spokane. while the Taloja R&D centre specialises in the field of oil and lube and aluminium related metallurgical services. applied technology. Its network of technology centres around the world has over 200 employees dedicated to R&D and encompass the full spectrum of research and development.The Belgaum R&D centre conducts research in the field of bauxite. Washington. Developmental and analytical services over the years have earned both R&D centres national and international recognition. Germany Novelis European Technology Centre at Sierre. USA Novelis Korea Technology Centre at Ulsan. R&D/ Technology Centres Research and Development Centre at Belgaum. Switzerland Novelis European Technology Centre at Dudelange. Luxembourg Novelis Technical Services at Aurora. market-led innovation and customer technical services. India Research and Development Centre at Taloja. Illinois. Hindalco offers industry leading technology and operating expertise to a large global customer base. Canada Novelis European Technology Centre at Goettingen. Korea . India Novelis Global Technology Centre at Kingston. including the National Award for R&D efforts. Bayer process and alumina.

97 1 2.66 14 176.3 21.0 166.9 138.3 4.5 5.7 119.41 78 153.7 124.0 122.78 197.8 3.2 115.3 22.4 2.9 197.5 136.775.81 46 120.18 8 2.8 181.29 48 235.75 198.5 181.6 113.6 148.6 32.6 27.0 4.2 4.678.24 171.20 78 .0 215.0 131.39 224.4 33.0 3.6 111.0 0 0 5 3 5 0 5 288.802.716.7 168.5 180.631.6 129.9 122.84 14 231.9 0 0 5 7 5 0 5 163.07 164.69 140.83 99 146.47 76 202.5 181.2 2.92 83 183.388.885.5 3.994.Data Analysis Stock price data Mont h Bombay Stock Exchange High Low Close (in Rs) Volume (in nos) National Stock Exchange High Low Close (in Rs) Volume (in Nos) Luxembourg Stock Exchange Hig h Lo Clos w e (in US$) 2.28 219.1 14.2 150.7 115.45 163.478.0 166.042.3 135.2 146.8 128.5 5 5 0 8 5 5 5 217.375.3 114.9 3.7 112.6 148.4 14.81 144.901.4 5 5 5 4 5 5 0 164.885.3 24.379.2 2.6 0 5 5 7 0 0 0 197.873.87 8 Mar12 Feb12 Jan12 Dec11 Nov11 Oct11 Sep11 Aug11 Jul-11 Jun11 May11 Apr11 155.042.5 4.35 8 2.8 161.40 87 140.676.38 7 4.5 3.0 216.6 129.9 128.7 2.8 122.2 168.9 0 0 5 9 0 0 0 148.3 0 5 0 5 0 5 5 224.80 2 2.04 148.2 197.0 17.04 4 2.0 115.28 1 3.6 2.06 04 294.6 200.13 155.2 146.7 27.55 0 2.9 111.47 141.7 122.6 4.4 5 0 0 5 0 0 5 171.81 9 3.7 2.7 200.014.68 1 3.9 138.1 119.1 2.1 3.6 0 5 5 4 5 0 0 140.8 5 0 5 9 0 5 5 141.397.5 131.6 23.8 161.646.5 150.4 2.1 2.4 0 0 0 2 0 0 5 198.0 4.273.529.468.3 3.3 125.5 12.9 0 0 5 8 0 0 5 143.05 5 4.97 03 214.1 2.629.

6 79.5 21.5 20.7 145.5 -9.4 1.2 2230 2875 14.17 14.0 139.Stock performance Absolute returns in per cent 1 year Hindalco BSE Sensex NSE Nifty -38.1 -10.85 9.2 1.5 33.29 1.927 11. crores) Cash earnings (Rs.76 1.7 0.1 8.2 3 years 148.14 18.4 2007-08 2861 3449 22.2 .137 2.35 15.8 5.82 19.0@ 167.2 1.23 26.80 1.) Dividend pay out (%) Book value per share (Rs.3 75.5 -9.69 15.5 2.3 142.50 15.824 11.3 1916 2583 10.6 5 years 1.35 12.8 2.73 3.2 3 years 35.7 14.55@ 15.87 16.237 2.) Dividend per share (Rs.6 Annualised returns in per cent 1 year Hindalco BSE Sensex NSE Nifty -38.) Price to earning (x)* Price to cash earning (x)* Price to book value (x)* * Stock price as on March 31 @ proposed dividend 2.09 7.10 1.9 6.8 12.58 1.4 6.3 5 years 9.1 -10.1 38.31 11.) CEPS (Rs. crores) EPS (Rs.82 14.6 155.5 0.7 Per share data 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 Net earnings (Rs.

299 30.866 370.49 486 3.4 58 175.483 514.89 21 179 0. of % No. of % No.01 0.15 100.00 076 0.27 7.797.533 591.3 20 230. 949 26. of % sharehol sharehol shares sharehol sharehol sharehol shares sharehol ders ders held* ding ders ders held ding 21 208 0.01 0.914 . 44.07 2.18 96. 1 0.56 2.998.10 27 0.68 2.819.637.05 613.00 492 1.32 9. 1.03 12.38 2. of % No.54 Total 383.185 86 160.Categories of shareholding as on March 31 Category Promoters & Promoters Group Mutual funds and UTI Banks.734.91 4.85 6.501.721 100 100.00 7.065.205. 0. financial institutions/In s/Govt FIIs Corporates Individuals Shares in transit/Trust NRIs/ OCBs 2012 2011 No.90 7. 188 47.86 309.523 8.9 2. 573 32.24 146.914.40 1 GDRs* 995 1.06 613.914. 188 55. 320 93.294.408.728.03 10.39 100. 053 126.358 43.308 * 14.6 57 200.542.13 96. 741 32.06 2.797.747.00 8.797.62 582 3.309 GDR’s are held by Promoter and Promoter Group.849.05 106 0.965 2.00 8.9 1.00 320.48 133 0.22 169.556.

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