Oriental Carbon & Chemicals Ltd

Oriental Carbon & Chemicals Ltd (OCCL)


Key Stats

Day's Price Range
52-Week Price Range
1 Month Return-17.83 %
3 Month Return-9.2 %
1 Year Return-29.73 %

Company Financials

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Value in ₹ crore

Peer Comparsion

Rank 23
Rank 13
Rank 6
Dividend Yield
Rank 28
Rank 64
Price To Book Ratio
Rank 20
Debt To Asset
Rank 62

Company Information

Incorporated as Dharuhera Chemicals to manufacture sulphuric acid Oriental Carbon Chemicals OCCL acquired its present name after the amalgamation of Oriental Carbon with itself in 1984. OCCL acquired the carbon black division as a result of the amalgamation. It has three divisons carbon black insoluble sulphur and chemicals fertilisers.Carbon black is a vital raw material for the tyre industry besides being used in paints and rubber products. All the tyre companies in the country buy carbon black from OCCL. The chemicals fertilisers division manufactures sulphuric acid oleum single super phosphate SSP sodium silico fluoride and stabilised liquid sulphur. Sulphuric acid is captively consumed to manufacture oleums and SSP. Oleum is used in soaps detergents insectides etc. SSP a phosphatic fertiliser is also exported to Bangladesh. Insoluble sulphur produced by the company since 1994 is a vulcanising agent used in the tyre/rubber processing industries. An importsubstitute its quality matches international standards with technology provided by Sanshin Chemical Industry Co Japan. In marketing insoluble sulphur OCCL enjoys the synergy of its major product carbon black by way of its long standing relations with customers in the tyre industry. The Carbon Black Unit and the Insoluble Sulphur Unit have secured the ISO 9002 Certification of Quality during the year 1996.During 19992000 as a scheme of arrangement the company will transfer the Carbon Black Unit to a subsidiary company Messrs Posh Investments Ltd.The company has successfully debottlenecked the Insoluble Sulphur Plant and retired all high cost debts subsequent to hiving off the Carbon Black Plant.
OrganisationOriental Carbon & Chemicals Ltd