Andhra Paper Limited

About Andhra Paper Limited

Andhra Paper Limited manufactures, sells, and exports paper and pulp products in India and internationally. The company offers writing, printing, copier, and specialty paper products; paperboards; and cut-size paper products, such as office documentation and multipurpose sheets. Its products are used in account books, annual reports, bills, blade wrapping, book printing, brochures, calendars, cash books, challans, children books, computer forms, covers, diaries, envelopes, files/folders, foil laminates, forms, greeting cards, inkjet printing, invoices, carry bags, variable data printing, journals, labels, leaflets, lottery and laser printing, magazine covers, magazines, notebooks, novels, pamphlets, paper cups, picture posters, plotter rolls, photocopying, soap wrappers, stationery, textbooks, tickets, wedding cards, writing pads, and pizza boxes with inner liners, as well as base paper for chromos/art papers/artboards, and pharma inserts. The company was formerly known as International Paper APPM Limited and changed its name to Andhra Paper Limited in January 2020. The company was incorporated in 1964 and is based in Andhra Pradesh, India. Andhra Paper Limited is a subsidiary of West Coast Paper Mills Limited.

https://www.andhrapaper.com

ANDHRAPAP.NS India

443.8USD17.85 (+4.02%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

NSE exchange

Sector: Basic Materials

Industry: Paper & Paper Products

Location India, Rajahmundry

Grade: ADF

212,268,318 USD
MARKET CAP
31.340
PE
0.854
BETA (5y)
14.078
EPS

Profits

for 5 years
27%
for 3 years
52%
for 2 years
116%
for last year
113%
for this year
0%
Andhra Paper Limited
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