Companies in India by Market Capitalization
#1 Companies in India by Market Capitalization Reliance Industries
Retail Business (21% of revenue)
The company’s subsidiary, Reliance Retail Ltd (RRL) is India’s largest retailer by revenue and profitability. It operates about 11,800 stores across India and caters to the demand of over 125 million registered customers. Reliance Retail’s store concepts span across all major consumption baskets, which accounts for over 80% of consumption needs of Indian households. It also operates the largest portfolio of esteemed international partner brands such as Emporio Armani, Diesel, Tiffany & Co and many more. Till November 2020, reliance has raised about 47,250 crores from selling 10.1% stake in Reliance Retail Ventures Ltd.
Stock – AVENUE SUPERMAR, TRENT, ADITYA BIRLA F, V-MART RETAIL, AFL, SHOPPERS STOP, FUTURE RETAIL, V2 RETAIL, FUTURE ENT DVR, FUTURE ENT, WHITE ORGANIC, FUTURE MARKET, MANDHANA RETAIL, TAAZA INTER, EDYNAMICS SOL, JLA INFRAVILE
Digital Services Business (Jio) (9% of revenue)
Digital services business is the most profitable with an EBITDA Margin of 33%. Jio Platforms has made investments in excess of US$50 billion since inception to create the largest and most advanced digital and connectivity ecosystem in India. Started in 2016, it has built a strong market position in a short time. Today, it’s the biggest player in telecom sector with 35% market share with a base of more than 400 million subscribers.
It aims to offer seamless wire-line services across FTTH and enterprises in its next phase of the connectivity rollout. Its passive infrastructure includes 175,000 towers and 1.1 million route kms for its fiber business. It is also a partner in 33,100 km of undersea cable systems. Reliance sold a stake in Jio Platforms Ltd to make it a debt free company by March 2021. It sold 33% stake for ~1.5 lakh crores to 13 marquee investors like Facebook, Qualcomm, Google, KKR, Silver Lake, etc. in just 2 months.
Stock – airtel, vodafone
Refining & Marketing Business (50% of revenue)
RIL owns Jamnagar refining facility, which is the world’s largest refining hub with a capacity of 1.24 million barrels per day. It accounts for ~27% of total oil refining capacity of India. Almost 57% of the products from refinement are exported to other countries. The company uses 23% of its refined products and the rest 18% are sold domestically. It also owns a network of 1,400 fuel station across India.
Stock – IOC, BPCL, HPCL, MRPL, CHENNAI PETRO, VENKATESH REF
Petrochemicals Business (19% of revenue)
Reliance is the largest producer of petrochemicals in the country and amongst the top ten in the world. It produces an extensive chain of polymers, elastomers, polyesters, aromatics, etc. It is working towards transforming its petrochemical business to a solutions driven consumer facing business. It has various petrochemical plants in India located in Dahej, Hazira, Hoshiarpur, Jamnagar, Vadodara and other cities
Oil and Gas Exploration & Production Business (0.5% of revenue)
RIL as an integrated E&P Operator is India’s leading Deepwater Operator. Its domestic portfolio comprises conventional oil and gas blocks in Krishna Godavari and Mahanadi basins and two Coal Bed Methane (CBM) blocks, Sohagpur (East) and Sohagpur (West) in Madhya Pradesh. It produces oil & gas in the U.S. shale in 2 separate Joint Ventures with major oil giant Cheveron and Ensign Natural resources.
Stock – ONGC, PETRONET LNG, OIL INDIA, HOEC, ASIAN ENERGY, DEEP IND, JINDAL DRILLING, ABAN OFFSHORE, SELAN EXPLORE, DEEP ENERGY REES, GUJARAT NATURAL, CONTINENT PETRO
Media & Entertainment (1% of revenue)
Reliance is the owner of Network 18 Media, which operates 56 channels in India, spanning news and entertainment. It is also in the Film industry through Viacom studios and Jio studios.
Stock – Balaji Telefilm, BMB Music, ZEE Enter etc
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