Mold-Tek Packaging Q4 Review - Price Hike To Cushion Margins: Prabhudas Lilladher

Food container lids come down a conveyor belt after exiting a molding machine. (Photographer: Ty Wright/Bloomberg).

Mold-Tek Packaging Q4 Review - Price Hike To Cushion Margins: Prabhudas Lilladher

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Prabhudas Lilladher Report

Mold-Tek Packaging Ltd. reported robust volume growth on back of growth in paint and food and fast moving consumer goods volumes.

Ebitda/kilogram highest at Rs 41.8 in spite of 50% increase in raw material cost on back of increased contribution from in-mould labelling products and food and FMCG business and use of new flexographic machine (adds 0.50-0.75 paise to Ebitda).

The company gained from underlying growth in paint and FMCG industry and we believe it will continue to do so going ahead.

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