you are here:

Consolidated Finvest and Holdings Ltd.

BSE: 500226 | NSE: CONSOFINVT |

Represents Equity.Intra - day transactions are permissible and normal trading is done in this category
Series: EQ | ISIN: INE025A01027 | SECTOR: Finance - General

BSE Live

Dec 27, 11:22
34.85 -3.45 (-9.01%)
Volume
No Data Available
44,208
  • Prev. Close

    38.30

  • Open Price

    -

  • Bid Price (Qty.)

    - (0)

  • Offer Price (Qty.)

    - (0)

Consolidated Finvest and Holdings is not listed on BSE

NSE Live

Jan 25, 15:56
164.00 1.45 (0.89%)
Volume
AVERAGE VOLUME
5-Day
41,750
10-Day
39,030
30-Day
22,854
7,343
  • Prev. Close

    162.55

  • Open Price

    157.70

  • Bid Price (Qty.)

    0.00 (0)

  • Offer Price (Qty.)

    0.00 (0)

Company History - Consolidated Finvest and Holdings
YEAR                                                 EVENTS
 1986 - The Company was incorporated on May 1, 1986 under the name of
        Konica Photo Films (P) Ltd.  The Company's name was changed
 to
        Bhimtal Photo Films (P) Ltd. with effect from July 17, 1986. 
 The
        Company thereafter, acquired a photographic unit located at
        Bhunital, District Nainital (UP) in July, 1987.
 
 1988 - The Company was subsequently converted to a Public Limited
        Company on December 5.
 
 1990 - The Name of the Company was further changed to Jindal Photo
 Films
        Limited with effect from November 27.  The Company
 diversified
        into the conversion of color roll films in 1988 under the
 brand
        name `Super Plus'.
 
 1992 - The Company launched the Fuji Film and Fuji Color brand in
 the
        country from February.  The Company undertook conversion of
 other
        specialised photographic products such as graphic art film,
        X-ray films, medical imaging film and industrial X-ray films.
 
      - Effective 1st January, Phototech Ltd., engaged in similar
        business as that of Jindal Films mixed with the Company and
        97,266 No. of equity shares of Rs 10 each were issued for
        consideration other than cash.
 
 1993 - During the year under review, the company made public Issue
 of
        8,70,000 No. of Equity Shares of Rs 10 each at a premium of
        Rs.140 per share.
 
      - The company has been awarded a rate contract from the
 directorate
        general of supplies and disposals in December for the supply
 of
        Medical X-ray films.
 
 1994 - The company has entered into a price agreement with DGS&D for
 the
        supply of its Super plus brand of 35mm cine color positive
 films. 
        The company has become the first private sector company to
 have
        such an arrangment with the DGS&D.
 
      - The company has successfully commissioned the Dadra project
        situated in the Union territory of Dadra & Nagar Haveli
 during
        the month of October, 1993.
 
      - During the year the company has introduced black and white
        photographic paper.
 
      - The company has made a bonus issue in the ratio of 1:1 by
        capitalisation of general reserve.
 
      - During the year under review the company has set up a new unit
 at
        Dadra in the union territory of Dadra & Nagra Haveli and
 energy
        efficient devices has been installed in the new unit wherever
        necessary.
 
      - The Company proposed to introduce voltage regulator on H.T.
 side
        instead of conventional L.T. side, thereby saving of power
 would
        be to the tune of Rs. 1 lac per annum.
 
 1995 - The Company undertook to set up a project for expansion of
        capacities at the existing unit at Dadra for manufcture of
        photographic products.  Also, another project for manufacture
 of
        cameras & photo chemicals were undertaken.  In addition as a
        backward integration project for manufacture of spooler and
        cassettes were also undertaken.
 
      - During January, the Company issued through a prospectus
 6,00,000
        No. of equity shares of Rs 10 each at a premium of Rs 200 per
        share and another 50,60,000 No. of equity shares of Rs 10 each
 at
        a premium of Rs 185 per share as follows:
 
      - Of the 6,00,000 shares at a premium of Rs 200 per shares the 
        following were reserved and allotted in a firm basis: (i)
        3,55,000 shares to LIC Mutual Fund. (ii) 50,000 shares to
 Indian
        Bank Mutual Fund. (iii) 25,000 shares to BOI Mutual Fund.
        (iv) 70,000 shares to ICICI Mutual Fund and (v) 1,00,000
 shares
        to SBI Mutual Fund.
 
      - The Company also offered 32,00,000-10% cumulative convertible
        preference shares of Rs 10 each (only 19,800 shares taken
 up),
        20,000 shares were reserved for allotment to employee (non
 were
        taken up).
 
      - Balance 30,00,000 CCPs & 50,60,000 No. of equity shares of Rs
 10
        each were issued at a premium of Rs 185 per share to the
 public.
        200 CCDs not taken up by employees were issued to the public.
        Through a letter of offer 226,88,128-10% CCDs were issued at
 par
        to the shareholders in proportion 2:1.  Each CCD was to be
        converted into one equity share of Rs 10 with in a period of
 30
        months from the date of allotment.
 
 1996 - During the year a devastating fire broke out in the head
 office
        due to which records were destroyed.
 
      - Approval was received for commerical production of Fujittant
 for
        various chemicals & regular production was expected to
 commence
        in September 1997.  The company undertook to set up a roll
 film
        unit-II in Dadra.
 
      - 34,74,532 shares allotted to promoters (of which 17,37,260
 bonus
        equity shares issued in prop. 1:1 in 1992).  During January
 1993,
        the Company issued through a prospects 8,70,000 No. of equity
        shares at a premium of Rs 140 per share to the public. 
 43,44,532
        bonus shares issued in prop. 1:1.  26,55,000 shares allotted
 to
        promoters on preferential basis.
 
 1997 - Jindal Photo Films Ltd is proposing to put up an assembly
 line
        in Dadra, as and when the market share of cameras increase.
 
      - The company launched Fujicolor Superia (colour film) in the
        city with 100/200 ASA.
 
 1998 - Jindal Photo Films Ltd has announced the introduction of
 their
        latest range of products and services in India.  The new
 range
        includes the latest in international technologies in photo
        finishing lab machines, photographic chemicals, photographic
        colour papers and film rolls.  The new range includes
 FujiFilms
        new ultra-compact SFA-238 advanced photo system.
 
      - The company has a marketing and technical tie up with Fuji
 Photo
        Film Co. Ltd, Japan.  Jindal Photo Films produces a wide range
 of
        products, including colour films, colour paper, medical X-ray
        films, cine colour positives, graphic art films, industrial
 X-ray
        films and black and white paper.
 
      - Jindal Photo Films Ltd is the market leader in the
 photographic
        goods business in India and holds a major market share in
 many
        product categories.
 
 1999 - The company is also planning to open 150 additional `FujiFilm
        Image Service' (FIS) outlets in the next fiscal, taking the
        total number of such outlets to around 400.
 
      - Jindal Photo Films Ltd (JPFL), market leader in photographic
        films, plans to capture 40 per cent of the market share with
 the
        launch of its new extra-sensitive Fujicolor Crystal films.
 
      - Fujifilm announced the launch of its digital minilab, at
        Photofair 99, through its Indian associate, Jindal Photo
 Films.
 
 2000 - Jindal Photo Films Ltd (JPFL) has launched a comprehensive
              range of printing media for desktop and commercial
 outdoor
              advertising.
 
           - Jindal Photo Films Ltd (JPFL) has expanded its medical
 diagnostic
              equipment range with the introduction of Fuji Thermal
 Imager
              FTI-500, Fuji Laser Imaging Films (LI-IM/LI HM), Fuji
 Computed
              Radiography Systems (FCR) and Automatic Film Processors
 (FPM).
 
           - The company Indian's largest manufacturer of
 photographic
              products, launched the world's smallest digital camera
              FinePix4700zoom.
 
            - The Company has launched a `Roll Mein Gold'
 scratch-and-win scheme
               for its high-end roll film.
 
 2001 - Jindal Photo Films Ltd., a manufacturer of photographic
 products, in association
              with Clickcricket.com has launched an online Fujifilm
 cricket photogallery.
 
 2002
 
 -Changes in the Management:
 Mr Rathi Binod Pal & Mr Shammi Gupta appointed as MD and Whole time
 director on the Board of the company respectively.  Mr Vimal Kumar
 Khemka resigns from the Managing Directorship.
 
 2003
 
 -Evinces Expression of Interest to take over loss making Hindustan
 Photo Films Manufacturing Co. Ltd. 
 
 -Acquires 1,50,00,000 Optionally convertible Preference shares of
 Jindal Polyester Ltd.
 
 -Ashwarya no longer to remain the brand ambassador of Fuji brand of
 Photographic products.
 
 -FujiFilm revamps the marketing strategy, whereby it would focus its
 marketing activities on the ameteur segment.
 
 -Starcom MediaVest Group handles the media planning & buying for Fuji
 Films.
 
 -Approved the change of name of the company from Jindal Photo Films
 Limited to Jindal Photo Limited.
 
 -JPL signs new pacts for endorsement of Fuji Films
 
 -Jindal Photo Ltd has informed that the UP Stock Exchange Association
 Ltd, Kanpur and the Delhi Stock Exchange Association Ltd have approved
 the delisting of shares of the Company w.e.f. December 31, 2003 and
 February 11, 2004 respectively.
 
 -Jindal Photo Limited has informed that The Stock Exchange,
 Ahmedabad, have approved the delisting of shares of the company
 w.e.f. February 23, 2004.
 
 2005
 -Company has changed its name from Jindal Photo Ltd to Consolidated
 Finvest & Holdings Ltd.
 
 2006
 
 --Registered Office of the Company has been shifted  to 19th k.m.
 Hapur-Bulandshahr Road, P.O. Gulaothi, Dist. Bulandshahr, Uttar
 Pradesh - 245408.       
 
 
 2011
 
 -Company recommended final dividend of Rs 0.50 per share.