Tarsons Products IPO

Tarsons Products Ltd.

₹13,970 /22 sharesMinimum Investment

Tarsons Products IPO Details

Bidding DatesMin. InvestmentLot SizePrice Range
15 Nov ‘21 - 17 Nov ‘21₹13,97022₹635 - ₹662
Issue SizeIPO Doc
1023.47Cr
RHP PDF

Subscription Status As on 17 Nov '21, 5:00 PM

  • Retail Individual Investor
    10.56x
  • Non-Institutional Investor
    184.58x
  • Qualified Institutional Buyers
    115.77x
  • Employees
    1.83x

About Tarsons Products

Tarsons Products Ltd. is an Indian labware company. It is engaged in the designing, development, manufacturing and marketing of consumables, reusables, and others including benchtop equipment. These are used in various laboratories across research organizations, academia institutes, pharmaceutical companies, Contract Research Organizations (CROs), Diagnostic companies, and hospitals. ;
Parent Organisation
Tarsons Products Ltd.
Founded
1983
Managing Director
Sanjive Sehgal
Tarsons Products IPO Review, Date, Price, Details | Upcoming IPO 2021

Strengths & Risks

  • Tarsons is a leading Indian supplier to the life sciences sector with strong brand recognition and quality products.
  • It offers a diverse range of labware products across varied customer segments.
  • The company operates in an industry that has a large addressable market with long-standing relationships with key end customers.
  • Its manufacturing capabilities are vertically integrated with design and development being carried out in-house.
  • Tarsons has a pan-India sales and distribution network that enables it to cater to a wide range of end customers, thereby ensuring effective penetration of its diverse range of products.
  • Failure to maintain the required industry and regulatory compliance standards.
  • Any delay, interruption, or reduction in the supply of raw materials to manufacture its products
  • All manufacturing facilities are geographically concentrated in West Bengal. Also, around 86.32% of its total manufacturing revenue comes from its units located at Dhulagarh and Jangalpur.
  • Inability to effectively manage its existing distribution network in the domestic market or overseas market or to further expand its distribution network in the overseas market.
  • Inability to implement enhanced and efficient manufacturing processes in its business operations as per industry standards.
  • Any disruption to power or water sources could result in an increase in production costs and affect its overall profitability.
  • Inability to meet its obligations, including financial and other covenants under its debt financing arrangements
  • Inability to compete with domestic and/or international companies resulting in the loss of customers.
  • Non-compliance with and changes in, safety, health, environmental, and labor laws and other applicable regulations.
  • Impact of the volatility in the price of raw materials, utilities, natural resources, and transportation costs.

Financials

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