Central Cables Limited was initially incorporated as a Private Limited Company in January 1981 and was converted into Public Limited Company in January 1993. It is listed on Over The Counter (OTC) Exchange of India since January 1994. The Company set up a plant at Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) Hingna, Nagpur notified backward area, and is spread over in an area of 30,000 square meters.
The following summary should be read with the Risk Factors included from page numbers 9 to 13 of this Information Memorandum and the more detailed information about the Company and the financial statements included in the Information Memorandum.
Warehouses refer to storage facilities where goods are stored until they are dispatched to customers and end-users. The time lag between production and consumption of goods necessitates the existence of warehouses for the temporary storage of goods. For instance, certain goods are produced only during a particular season but consumed throughout the year. Similarly, certain goods are produced throughout the year, but has demand only during a particular season. Thus, warehouses play an important role in maintaining the quality of products and minimizing wide fluctuations in the prices of goods. Additionally, value-added services such as packaging, sorting, grading, kitting, bar coding, and reverse logistics can be carried out at warehouses. Modern warehouses equipped with the modern IT systems can also track inventory and management of orders, product data and storage.
The Indian logistics industry was valued at an estimated US$ 130 billion in 2012-13. It has grown at a CAGR of 16 % over the last five years. The industry comprises the following main segments:
· Freight and passenger transportation via road, rail, air and water ·
Warehousing and cold-storage
Warehousing comprises industrial and agricultural storage. Of the total warehousing space of about 1,800 million sq ft, the industrial and agricultural segments constitute about 86 per cent and 14 per cent, respectively. Government organisations including Food Corporation of India, Central Warehousing Corporation and the state warehousing corporations account for about two-thirds of the agricultural warehousing segment1. Warehousing also includes cold storage, comprising over 5,300 units; most of which are concentrated in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and West Bengal. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, at present, the cold chain capacity is about 9 million tonnes.
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Member of the Audit Committee Designation
Mr. Abhishek R Asati
Mr. Sanjay Dattatray Agnihotri
Mr. Govinddas Daga
(Non-Executive Non-Independent Director)
Member of the Nomination & Remuneration Committee
Mr. Abhishek R Asati Chairman
Mr. Sanjay Dattatray Agnihotri Member
Mr. Bhaskar Nandadulal Manna
(Non-Independent Non-Executive Director)