Dhampur At A Glance
Dhampur Group is a responsible and integrated sugar
manufacturer with a significant presence in Uttar Pradesh, India.
Established in 1933, Dhampur remains one of the oldest and
largest producers of sugarcane derivatives in India.
To establish ourselves as the most efficient sugarcane
products company in India
To become a global sugarcane
products company by leveraging our rich technical expertise. To optimize
the utilization of cane and cane residue in the most eco-friendly manner;
to become an integrated player with co-generation and alcohol capabilities
along with sugar plants
To continuously bring down the cost of conversion.
To optimize the value of stakeholder investments with a
continuous improvement in financial performance
To attain the highest level of accountability, corporate
governance and shareholder value
At Dhampur, we pride ourselves on a rich legacy of seven
decades of pioneering initiatives and listed below are some of our
sugar manufacturer in India to commission co-generation
facilities and market surplus power in 1994
sugar company to install high pressure boilers of 105 kg per sq. cm (G) and
170 tons per hour capacities
sugar company to produce alcohol in 1992 through the Encillium Process developed by the National
Physical Laboratory, Pune
use of a pressure evaporation system with falling film type evaporator
development and installation of vertical continuous pan capable of boiling
B & C masc. with 3rd vapor
in India to install a sugar refinery in
in India to launch sulphurless sugar in consumer packs in 2000
Our product range
145 MW with 80 MW of exportable power.
39500 metric tons per day sugar cane crushing capacity,
including 17000 metric tons per day for refined sugar.
Plantation white sugar
Retail sugar (branded as Dhampure)
Ethanol and other
Capacity: 270,000 liters per day.
Extra neutral alcohol (ENA)
Sugar & Ethanol projects
One of the oldest integrated sugar mills in India, with production capacities of
15,000 metric tons per day for plantation white sugar
65 MW power co-generation capacity
170,000 liters per day for ethanol and other chemicals.
Greenfield project in 1994.
Refined sugar capacity at 9,000 metric tons per day.
40 MW power co-generation capacity
100,000 liters per day distillery
Takeover by Dhampur in 1985.
8,000 metric tons per day capacity for refined sugar.
28 MW power co-generation capacity.
Commissioned in 2006 the plant possesses a 7,500 metric
tons per day capacity for plantation white sugar
12 MW power co-generation capacity
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2.3 KW per ton downstream surplus power capacity with
respect to cane crushed – one of India’s largest
6.8 liters per ton downstream chemical processing capacity
with respect to cane crushed – one of India’s largest.
Our financial numbers
We reported attractive financial growth in 2008-09:
Income from operations increased by 31.99%
to Rs 990.82 cr
Operating profit surged by 44% to Rs.
Operating profit margin strengthened by
597 basis points to 24%
Cash profit grew by 107% to Rs.
Post-tax profit enhanced by1461% to Rs.
Book value per share enlarged by 12% to Rs 93
Declared a dividend of 15% (Rs.1.50 per equity share of face
value of Rs.10)
Accounted for 13.31% of revenues and 32.29% of EBIDTA
Reinforced integration through our 145 MW (80 MW for sale
round the year), one of the highest cogeneration capacities in India
Sold 1655.80 lac units of
Incorporated 105 kg/sq.cm
pressure boilers to maximize energy generation at a lower fuel consumption –
a first in the Indian Sugar Industry
Multi-fuel boilers consume bagasse,
biomass and coal making it possible to generate thermal power from the most
economically available fuel throughout the year
Crushed 255 lac quintals of cane
with an average recovery of 9.26% in 2008-09. It is one of the highest in
Derived 56% of sugar revenues from white sugar and 44% of
sugar revenue from value-added refined sugar (capacities 22500 metric tons
per day and 17000 metric tons per day respectively)
Manufactured 2.54 lac tons of
sugar including raw sugar; sold 3.73 lac tons
including raw sugar
Held substantial inventory of raw sugar for conversion
into refined sugar as on 1st
Amongst the few Indian sugar Companies to maximize the
output of value-added chemicals (ethyl acetate and acetic anhydride consumed
in the paint / pharmaceutical industry)
Our 270,000 liters per day distillery capacity has
resulted in Dhampur emerging as one of the largest Indian manufacturers of
ethanol and sugarcane derivatives
Entered into a joint venture (under Dhampur Sugar
Distillery Private Limited) for distillery assets of 100,000 liters per day
at our Asmoli plant.
Indicators (Rs. in crores)