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1. Manpasand Beverages Limited
Manpasand Beverages Limited is a limited liability company in India. It owns brands such as MangoSip, Fruits Up, Manpasand ORS, and Pure Sip. Its MangoSip brand was the 2nd largest selling mango drink in India in 2014. Manpasand has also entered the traditional Indian drink segment with Jeera Sip. Manpasand is targeting a revenue of Rs1,000-1,200 crore this financial year and Rs5,000 crore by 2022.
2. NCL Industries
The company was set up in 1983 by Ravi's father K. Ramachandra Raju. It began as a small cement unit with a 200 tonnes per day capacity. Today, its capacity is two million tonnes per annum. It has two cement plants - one at Simhapuri in Telangana and the other at Kondapalli in Andhra. The latest expansion in cement production has been done at Telangana and will take the total capacity soon to 2.7 million tonnes per annum.
3. Nile Ltd
In the beginning, Nile made glass-lined equipment for the pharma industry. Nile in its current avatar is a prominent recycler of lead. The company has a total installed capacity of 82,000 TPA and caters to leading companies such as Amara Raja (its biggest customer), Hyderabad Batteries and NED Energy. It also exports to Singapore, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
4. Mahindra Lifespace Developers
MLDL had forayed into real estate way back in 1994/95. It started with development of residential real estate in Mumbai. Today, it operates in seven cities - Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Jaipur and NCR. The company has a diversified portfolio ranging from mid to premium housing to integrated housing and industrial cluster, which accounts for 20 per cent revenues, to the new affordable housing segment.
5. MEP Infrastructure
MEP started its toll business in December 2002 by paying the government Rs427.5 crore for the right to collect toll at Mumbai's five entry points till 2008. It continued till 2010 before the government re-invited the bids for 16 years. It won this by paying Rs2,100 crore to the Maharashtra government. It has also won rights to collect toll at a couple of National Highways Authority of India, or NHAI, roads for one year.
6. Sonata Software
Sonata Software has been in the business for more than three decades. It was set up in 1986 and got listed in 1998. The company used to resell software in the domestic market and provided related services to its customers. Sonata's returns are a jaw-dropping 680 per cent (excluding dividends) compared to 40 per cent delivered by the broader BSE IT index in the same period.
7. GRM Overseas
GRM is currently exploring high-profit channels, including branded basmati, ready-to-eat, value-added rice products, pickles and spices, which appeal to Indian-origin people across Europe and the US. Its net revenue has increased nearly four times to Rs 334.7 crore during April-June compared to Rs 85 crore in the year-ago period.
8. Bharat Rasayan
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