Mukka Proteins Limited is an animal protein company, primarily engaged in the production of Fish Meal, Fish Oil and Fish Soluble Paste as well as developing alternative proteins such as Black Soldier Fly (BSF) Insect meal in the animal food segment.
The issue comprises fresh issuance of 8 crore equity shares. There will not be any OFS by promoters nor a pre-IPO in question. The proceeds from the issue will be used for – working capital requirements, part re-payment of working capital limit, general corporate purposes and issue related expenses.
|₹ 61 - ₹ 65
|₹ 66 Cr
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|World class quality certified plant in strategic locations of Indias
|The company operates in an environmentally sensitive industry and is subject to disruptions due to unpredictable or unseasonal weather
|In-house research & development (R&D)
|Failure to provide the specified quality of fish meal, fish oil and fish soluble paste
|Wide pan-India sales network with well-equipped and automated manufacturing facilities
|Widespread contamination due to man-made factors affecting the pelagic fish populations
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