Desk of Items
1 . Professional Summary2
2 . Background in the Company5
a few. Management Analysis7
4. Business Governance8
5. Industry Analysis8
Annexure: Group Profile15
Annexure: Profile in the Directors / Partners17
Set of abbreviations used
APDRP: Advanced Power Creation and Reconstructs Programme
APPCB: Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
BSNL: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd
DC: Household power
DCH: Digital Control Funnel
DRDL: Defence R and d Laboratory
DRDO: Defence R and d Organization
ETP: Effluent Treatment Plant
HBL: HBL Electrical power Systems Ltd
IPS: Built-in Power Supply
IRISET: Indian Railways Institute of Signal Architectural and Telecommunications MIDC: Maharastra Industrial Development Corporation
Imod: Ministry of Defence
NCPP: Nickel Cadmium Pocket Plated
NSTL: Naval Science and Technological Clinical
PCB: Booming Control Boards
RDSO: Analysis Design and Standards Organization
ULSB: Product Level Swap Board
UPS: Uninterrupted Power
VRLA: Valve Regulated Lead Acid
1 . Executive Overview
•HBL Power Devices Ltd. (HBL) was designed in the name of Hyderabad Batteries Personal Limited in 1977 and is also promoted by simply Dr A. J. Prasad. Two primary business lines of HBL are power packs and electronic devices. •HBL is actually a leader in neuro-scientific specialized batteries and POWER power systems in India. •The firm is in to manufacturing of numerous types of batteries viz. lead acid solution batteries, nickel cadmium, sterling silver zinc and lithium batteries. The batteries manufactured by the company are generally used in industry segments just like aviation, defence, communication, railways, and throughout industries intended for power back-up purposes. •The company is usually into the manufacture of various types of electronics viz railway electronics, protection electronics and other electronics. As the electronic segment provides growth potential in future, the corporation is commencing expansion activities in electonics segment. •HBL is a industry leader in nickel radium pocket plate batteries (NCPP) with a market share 70%. •HBL is one of the known vendors with Ministry of Defence (MoD). The company is an accredited R& D middle, registered with all the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India.
•The business is offered by Dr . A. L. Prasad. He can a graduate in Architectural from IIT Kharagpur and has a Experts degree a manager from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Doctorate from Columbia University in International Business. •He can be supported by Mister. Ashok Nagarkatti, Director Power supply technology, Paturi satish kumar (Executive director), Mr M S Srinath (Director) and Mrs Kavita Prasad (Director). •The firm is board-managed and Doctor A. L. Prasad international the overall management of the firm. General managers and vice presidents of numerous product groupings and divisions having specialized and marketing expertise within their respective areas handle daily activities of the company. •Considering the experience of the promoters in the industry and qualified support crew, the overall managing of the company may be deemed satisfactory.
•The board of the company is wide based and comprises seven directors, including four self-employed directors. •During FY10, the company has held six panel meetings.
•The promoters have never defaulted on any dues in the past both in this organization or in just about any of the group companies. •The firm shares favorable comments with banking institutions and has maintained a clean record with these people. •The overall corporate governance of the business may be deemed satisfactory.
(I) Battery pack segment
•Batteries are used around the globe for a number of applications where the traditional power system cannot be sustained/ supported. The fields that are encompassed in the battery pack system differ from telecommunications, aviators, rail instructors and signaling to olive oil...