Euro Multivision forays into solar energy space
IPO opens on September 22, 2009 with price band of Rs 70-75. To set-up Rs. 178.03 crore plant in SEZ in Kutch
Seeking to diversify into solar energy space, India’s 2nd largest manufacturer of CDRs and DVDRs Euro Multivision Ltd will enter the capital market with its IPO of 8.8 million equity shares of Rs 10 each, with a price band of Rs 70-75, on September 22, 2009. The issue, which closes on September 24, 2009 is on a 100% book building process.
Of the 8.8 million shares, equity shares up to 200,000 will be reserved for the company’s employees. The net issue will constitute 36.97% of the company’s post issue paid up capital. Anand Rathi Advisors Limited are the book running lead managers.
The main purpose of the IPO is to raise resources for the company’s photovoltaic solar cell manufacturing unit in an SEZ at Bhachau in Gujarat’s Kutch district. The plant, being built at a cost of Rs 178.03 crores, will have a capacity of 40MW per year.