Heranba IPO GMP Today, Check Daily Movement


Last updated on March 4, 2021

For next week, investors have Heranba Industries IPO to look forward to. The IPO opens on 23 February and is priced in the range of INR626 – 627 per share. Unlike Nureca IPO where retail investors got only 10% allocation, 35% of the shares are reserved for small investors in Heranba IPO. The crop protection chemical player plans to raise INR625.24 crore at the upper end of the price band. It also helps that the company has attracted premium in the informal market. According to latest information, Heranba IPO GMP is around 30% of the IPO price, making it attractive for investors.  

Heranba Industries IPO details

Subscription Dates 23 – 25 February 2021
Price Band INR626 – 627 per share 
Fresh issue INR60 crore
Offer For Sale 90,15,000 shares (INR564.34 – 565.24 crore) 
Total IPO size INR624.34 – 625.24 crore 
Minimum bid (lot size) 23 shares
Face Value  INR10 per share
Retail Allocation 35%
Listing On NSE, BSE

The company is a leading producer of synthetic pyrethroids like cypermethrin, alphacypermethrin, deltamethrin, permitherin, lambda cyhalothrin in the domestic market. In addition, it exports its products to over 60 countries in Latin America, CIS, Middle East, Africa, Asia and South East Asia.

Heranba counts various domestic and multinational agrochemical companies among its clients including Sumitomo Chemical, Sulphur Mills, Biostadt India, Crystal Crop Protection, NACL Limited (Formerly Nagarjuna Agrichem Limited), Sharda Cropchem, Meghmani Organics, and PI Industries.

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Heranba IPO GMP (Grey Market Premium) rates

Date GMP (in INR) Kostak (in INR) Subject to Sauda (in INR)
4 Mar 2021210350
3 Mar 20212203503,500
2 Mar 20212003503,500
1 Mar 20211803003,000
27 Feb 20211703003,000
26 Feb 2021140
25 Feb 2021150220
24 Feb 2021130200
23 Feb 2021100
22 Feb 2021160250
20 Feb 2021200250
19 Feb 2021 200 250   –
18 Feb 2021 170 200
17 Feb 2021 185 250
16 Feb 2021 160 200

Chemical players are enjoying special attention in the stock market, especially in the aftermath of China following a “Blue Sky” policy and shutdown of several chemical plants. Late last year, Chemcon Specialty Chemicals IPO listed with 115% gains underlining the growing valuation comfort for profitable businesses.

Meanwhile, Heranba Industries has also shown a similar improvement in profitability and the government’s continued focus on agriculture sector is likely to be helpful for it.

Heranba Industries’ financial performance (in INR crore)

  FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 H1 FY2021
Revenue 750.4 1,011.8 967.9 619.2
Expenses 674.1 889.7 839.1 529.1
Net income 47.0 75.6 97.4 66.3
Net margin (%) 6.3 7.5 10.1 10.7



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