Cosmo Films Limited, a Global Leader in Films for packaging, labeling, lamination, and synthetic paper and an emerging player in specialty chemicals, polymers & petcare, today announced expansion by setting up the world’s most extensive BOPP film production line at Aurangabad with an annual rated capacity of 67,000 MT. The BOPP line will require an investment of about Rs. 350 crores will be funded through internal accruals and debts and are expected to commence commercial production within FY 2024-25.
Cosmo Films Ltd. declare the first dividend
Backed by strong financial performance, the Company has also declared its firstinterim dividend of Rs 25 per share for FY 2021-22.
Commenting on Company’s performance Mr Pankaj Poddar, chief executive officer, Cosmo Films Ltd., said, “With current capacity expected to produce primarily specialty films (80%+) in next two years and projected BOPP film demand growth in India, the Company planned capacity expansion which will be world’s largest production line with an annual rated capacity of 67,000 MT with the lowest cost of production”.
The Company has also recently launched ZIGLY – India’s first tech-enabled integrated pet-care platform – through the launch of its website www.Zigly.com and the opening of its flagship experience center in New Delhi. Other growth plans, i.e., Specialized BOPET line, focused on growing specialty sales, expanding into Cosmo Specialty Chemicals are progressing well in line with the plan.
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