Update on Antony Waste Meeting : 1. Kanjurmarg Plant Per day Processing 5000 to 5300 MT while capacity is 7000 MT. Due to covid capacity utilization got affected 2. Waste Processing is at developing phase in India. Only 25-30% waste is processed while remaining is dumped
3. Till now no plants are funded by municipal corporations, all the funding is done by antony. 4. As municipal corporations are not funding the processing plants, sometimes it becomes difficult for bank funding
6. Waste to energy plant will be operational till march FY 23 at Pimpri. 7. Operating margins in the processing segments are generally higher compared to C&T.
We have discussed the drug discovery process in a previous 🧵. In this 🧵 we will attempt to shed some light on the clinical trials process to enhance our understanding of the drug discovery process
Topics Covered : 1. What are clinical trials 2. Why are they conducted 3. Phase 0 Trials 4. Phase 1 Trials 5. Types of studies in Phase 1 6. Phase 2 Trials 7. Phase 3 Trials 8. Filing of NDA 9. Phase 4 Trials 10. Success rates
1. What are clinical trials ?
A type of research study that tests how well new medical approaches work in people. These studies test new methods of screening, prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of a disease. Before doing a clinical trial, investigators conduct preclinical
Manufacturing 3.1 Intermediate 3.2 API 3.3 Formulation
US FDA Terminology 4.1 DMF 4.2 VMF 4.3 NDA 4.4 ANDA 4.5 Orange book 4.6 Purple book 4.7 Green book
1.1 Acute Disease: These are the diseases that appear suddenly and last for a very short amount of time. They can be easily treated with medication. Common examples of acute diseases are influenza or the common cold.
Topics Covered :
1.Introduction to CRO,CDMO,CMO & CRAMS
4.Commercialization and Surveillance
1. Introduction :
What are CROs, CDMOs, CMOs and CRAMS? How are they different from each other and what value do they add to the Pharma Value Chain? To understand these concepts, we took a look at the drug discovery process.
The APIs manufactured by our Indian players lie at the end of this value chain. There is a whole process that comes before it that takes a lot more time and costs a lot of money.
Topis covered: 1. Tips Industries Overview
3.Monetization 4. Tips Business Model
5.Acquisition Cost 6. Tips Film Business 7. Tips YouTube
8. Why Should Artists Choose Tips Over Other Labels?
11.Content Acquisition 12. Conclusion
1. Tips Industries Overview
It was founded by Kumar S. Taurani and Ramesh S. Taurani in 1975.
In 1975, the Taurani brothers used to trade
in LP’s (Long Playing Phonograph Records) for three of the biggest companies in India – HMV, Music India & CBS. By 1977, they had become the biggest dealers for these companies in Western India.
Driven by the ambition of both the brothers started their own record label.
1. Company Overview
Hester Biosciences is a leading poultry and animal healthcare company engaged in manufacturing and marketing of vaccines
and healthcare products. They currently have a capacity to manufacture 8.99 billion doses. They offer a wide range of high-efficacy vaccines, quality pharmaceutical medicines and affordable feed supplements that protect poultry and animals from diseases. The company has a range
Pioneering oleochemicals in India
Fine Organics Limited 🧑🔬⚗️🧪 #fineorganics
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Topics covered: 1. Company overview 2. Management 3. Oleochemicals 4. Palm Oil value chain 5. Business Segments 6. Financials 7. Risks
1. Company overview:
Fine Organics commenced operations in 1970 and is the pioneer in oleochemical-based additives in India. The Company has developed a range of 450+ specialty additives, which successfully find their place in foods, plastics, cosmetics, coatings and other key
applications in several industries. The company derives 45% of its revenues domestically and 55% from exports.
i) Prakash Kamat – Executive Director and Chairman : He holds a M. Sc. Tech- Master of Science & Tech (Oils) from Institute of Chemical Technology.
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Topics Covered : 1. Music Segment 2. IP Creation 3. IP Monetisation 4. Social Media Platforms 5. Retailing Through Carvaan 6. Carvaan - Product to platform 7. Video Segment
8. Publication Segment
9.Changing media consumption
1. Music Segment
Saregama has India's largest music IP collection with more than 1,30,000 songs.
It has 15% of songs till 1960 contributing 5% of revenue, 27% of songs from 1961-1980 contributing 37% in revenues, 29% of songs from 1981-2000 contributing 28% of revenues
1. Company overview: The Dharamsi Morarji Chemical Company Limited (DMCC) is a fully integrated speciality chemicals player in sulphur, boron and ethanol chemistry.
They have over 100 years of experience in sulphur chemistry and have also diversified their operations across other downstream products. Their products find usage in a wide range of industries such as pharmaceuticals, detergents, dyes, fertilisers, pigments and cosmetics.
Sequent Scientific just published their Annual Report for FY2021. Here are some of the key highlights. 1. 65% of revenue came from regulated markets whereas 35% came from less regulated markets.
Of this, 66% revenue was from formulations and 34% was from API. 2. Figures: ₹905Cr from Formulations and ₹456Cr from API
The business generated over ₹150Cr in cash from operations alone.
CFO/EBITDA for the year stood at 73.27%
3. Revenues for the formulation business were as follows : 46% Europe(3.8% yoy growth), 18% Turkey(37.3% yoy growth), 17% LATAM(78.5% yoy growth), 10% Emerging Markets(31.3% yoy decline), 9% India(98.4% yoy growth)
#valiantorganics Update : 1. OA capacity expanded to 4800 MT 2. ONA (Raw material for OA) capacity increased to 7200 MT. It will increase the margins. (New Product) 3. #PAP#paraaminphenol Production started. 200 MT in Q1 and expected to be 2300 MT in FY22. Total capacity 9000MT
4. Increased the stake in bharat chemicals from dhanvallabh venture LLP ( from 40 to 50%) 5. #bharatchemicals capacity of #paracetamol increased to 9000 MT 6. Raw material price increased in Q1, which will be passed on in Q2. #OA,#ONA,#PA,#PNA,#PAP will started contributing
7. New capex for #apis (chemicals for APIs). Mostly for apis manufactured by #aartiindustries and #aartidrugs
Intermediates will be manufactured for following APIs : 1. Ranolazine 2. Benazeprill 3. Elagolix 4. Pranlucast 5. Moxifloxacin 6. Ramipril 7. Montelukast 8. Quinapril
An analysis of #Sequent - India’s largest Animal Health Company
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A thread!🧵 1. Points covered : 2. Promoters and management 3. Company overview 4. Why is it different from human pharma 5. Opportunity size 6. Stability of business
7. FMCG like business 8. Barriers to entry 9. Manufacturing facilities 10. Summary of financials 11. Major acquisitions 12. Capex Details 13. Reduced Debt 14. Future Growth prospects 15. Valuation
Promoters and management
Carlyle Group - Private equity firm Carlyle Group acquired a majority stake in Sequent in 2020 and are the new promoters of the company. They have a lot of experience investing in the healthcare sector both in India and globally.
Here are some downstream derivatives for #phenol #Deepaknitrite will be doing 700 Cr capex for the products which are used in paints & coatings , lifesciences.
Check the following list & comment what can be downstream derivatives of #phenol ?
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