|Source Of Fund|
|Reserves and surplus||105.95||103.50||86.34||73.35||63.84|
|Profit before tax||11.37||12.48||23.95||24.64||18.21|
|Profit after tax ( P A T )||5.45||7.84||17.26||18.32||14.32|
|E B I D T A margin (%)||7.6%||8.1%||9.7%||9.1%||8.0%|
|P A T / Total sales (%)||1.5%||2.4%||4.9%||5.3%||4.5%|
|Dividend Payout %||49%||34%||31%||29%||31%|
|Networth per share (Rs.)||83.44||81.68||80.00||68.39||59.61|
|Return on Capital Employed (%)||9.2%||9.2%||15.1%||19.4%||18.3%|
|Return on Equity (%)||4.4%||6.5%||14.6%||18.1%||16.3%|
|Debt Equity Ratio||0.49||0.54||0.43||0.31||0.20|
|Average Realisation/pen (Rs.)||3.96||3.65||3.90||3.90||3.86|
|Debt on books||28.15||41.35||33.48||50.80|
|Profit after tax||5.03||8.40||11.51||17.17|
At Linc Pen & Plastics Limited, it is commitment and continuous endeavor of the Board of Directors and all the employees to attain good corporate governance, ensuring truth and transparency, accountability in all its dealing with employees, stakeholders, consumers and community at large.
The Management believes that this organization has been entrusted by various stakeholders and they are the “trustees” of these stakeholders. It is, therefore, necessary to ensure that the organization should be managed in a manner that protects and secures the interests of its stakeholders. We (the Board of the Directors and all senior level employees) recognize society as an important stakeholder in this enterprise in addition to the promoters and other shareholders; therefore, it is part of our responsibility to practice good corporate citizenship.
It is also our belief that in order to serve the interests of our stakeholders in perpetuity, we must build this organization into an institution whose dynamism and vitality are anchored in its core values.
This code is applicable to the Board Members, Senior Management and all employees upto the level of functional heads (HODs) (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Employee(s)”). All concerned must read, understand and ensure to abide by it in their day to day activities. They may contact Head- HR or Mr. N.K. Dujari, Company Secretary in case any query relating to compliance of this Code.
Purpose and Scope
This Code is intended to provide guidance and help in recognizing and dealing with ethical issues and to help foster a culture of honesty and accountability. Every employee is expected to comply with this Code in letter and spirit. One must not only comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations but should also promote honest and ethical conduct of the business. They must abide by the policies and procedures that govern the conduct of the Company’s business. Their responsibilities include helping to create and maintain a culture of high ethical standards and commitment to compliance, and to maintain a work environment that encourages the stakeholders to raise concerns to the attention of the management.
We as employees undertake that:
Honest and Ethical Conduct :
Honesty is the basic input of Trusteeship. We shall act in accordance with the highest standards of personal and professional integrity and honesty. Such acts are not only on the Company’s premises and offsite but also at company sponsored business, social events as well as other places. Our act and conduct shall be free from fraud and deception. we shall conform to the best-accepted professional standards of conduct.
In our relationship with colleagues – we recognize their respect and dignity and in the same way, we ourselves would expect the same from them.
We shall maintain the confidentiality of all material non- public information about linc’s business until and unless discharged from such obligations under requirement of any law or any provisions of this Code.
Our dealing shall be fair with customers, suppliers, competitors, and employees of group companies and not take unfair advantage through manipulation, concealment, abuse of confidential, proprietary or trade secret information, misrepresentation of material facts, or any other unfair dealing-practices.
Conflict of Interest:
It is expected on part of the employees to make business decisions taking into account best interest of the Company as a whole, without being influenced by personal relationships or benefits. They are expected to apply their proper mind in arriving at sound decision without any conflict of interest, which may adversely affect the company’s business.
Conflict of interest may occur directly with employees, directors or through their relative or family connection. It may arise when an employee or director or a member of his/her family gets any undue personal benefits or interests due to his/her position with the Company. Under such situation, he/she is expected to disclose to the Departmental Head/ the Board about the same. The following examples are given as guidelines for determining situations where such conflict of interest may arise, but such examples are not intended to cover all possible events.
i. Corporate Business Opportunities:
It is duty of the Employees and Directors towards the Company to enhance its legitimate business interest whenever and wherever such opportunities so arise. They are prohibited from taking benefit of such opportunities for themselves or through third party. More so, employees and directors are not to use corporate property, information or position for personal gain or in competition with the company.
Sometimes, it is difficult to draw a line between the benefit to an employee or a director and the benefit to the company and under such situation it is prudent on part of the said employee or director to get approval in this respect from higher management beforehand.
ii. Improper Influences – Gifts and Entertainment:
No employee or director must offer, make, solicit or receive any bribe, kickback, illegal contribution or other improper payment. Such activity is not condonable. Further, no employee or director should accept any gift or gratuity of material value or excessive entertainment from any organization or individual that is having business relationship with the company. In order to avoid such situation, the employees and directors must use common sense and good judgement in case of such circumstances.
iii. Transactions with Affiliates:
As regards selection of vendors, they should be selected on competitive and merit basis, without being influenced with favouritism. Under this policy, the employees do not engage in any activities that might affect independence of judgement in such selection and any deviation of such policy requires to be brought to knowledge of the Management.
iv. Confidential Information/Publicity:
Employees are not allowed to disclose or use any confidential information obtained or gained in course of his/her employment for his/her personal gain or profit or to any other person or party. Further they are not allowed to provide any information either formally or informally to the press or to any publicity media without authorization.
Employees are responsible for the implementation of this code ensuring compliance under this code as well as under all applicable laws, regulations and corporate policies since such non-compliance is unethical and subject the company with unwanted fine or penalties. Therefore, to deter such occurrence, negligence or willful default would call for disciplinary action upto and including reprimand, suspension or termination depending upon the seriousness of the offence and/or the employee’s overall record. To ensure necessary compliance with various statutes and law applicable to the company, the Board has assigned such such responsibility on Departmental Heads that they will provide such compliance report to President-CFO for placing the same in consolidated form to the Board.
Securities Transactions and Confidential Information:
All employees and their immediate family members shall not derive any benefit or assist others to derive any benefit from the access to and possession of information about the Company or the Group which is not in the public domain.
No employee shall use or proliferate information which is not available to the investing public as it would constitute insider information for making or giving advice on investment decisions on the securities of the Company.
Such insider information might include the following:
acquisition and diversification of businesses
financial information such as profits, earnings and dividends
announcement of new product introductions or developments
investment decisions /plans
major supply and delivery agreements
All employees shall report promptly to the management any actual or possible violation of the Code or any event which could affect the business or reputation of the Company.
Proper use of Company’s assets and cost consciousness:
We are trustees of the company’s properties, funds and other assets and as such it is our responsibility for protecting the same against any misappropriation, loss, damage, theft etc, by evolving proper internal control system and procedures. No employee shall use the company’s facilities for personal use. Even for use of company’s purpose, employees are expected to take utmost care for avoidance of wastage so that cost to the company becomes reasonable.
Environment Protection, Social Responsibility & Risk Management:
A. Environment Protection
The Company places highest corporate priority in ensuring and adhering to best procedures relating to environment protection.
B. Social Responsibility:
– Community Development
The Company continues to contribute to the communities in which we operate and address social issues responsibly. Our products are safe to make and use. We conserve natural resources and continue to invest in a better environment.
– Transparency and shareholder value
We are committed to be driven by our conscience and regulatory standards, to deliver value to our shareholders, commensurate with our management and financial strength.
– Safety, Health and friendly work place for the Employee:
The Management recognizes human resources as the prime machinery of an organization; therefore they always give first priority to provide all safety measure for good health of the employees. The Company expects that all employees of the linc possess good habit and leave bad habit, if any, because fair and fresh environment helps employees to realize their full potential
– Linc Family Culture
The Management has fostered a culture of feeling of being togetherness and attachment amongst linc employees through participative management practices, open interaction and mutual respect. All employees are expected extend this “linc Family” culture further.
C. Risk Management
The Company believes in evolving a comprehensive risk management framework by a process of developing strategy to not only manage but also minimize the risk. This is process of identifying, assessing and measuring the possible risk, which may be faced by the company, and then formulating plans to cover and manage the same.
We are aiming at an ideal risk management system where we have visions to make this company a zero accident company with focus on safety and environment. We like to market consumer friendly products of global best quality and ensure safety and security of all stakeholders of the Company.
Independent Director(s) shall further be obliged to abide by the Code for Independent Directors as laid down in Schedule IV read with Section 149(8) of the Companies Act, 2013.
In case it is found that any of the employees does not follow this Code by engaging misconduct, the matter would be reviewed by the Board whose decision shall be final and the Company reserves the right to take appropriate action against the guilty employee.
Continual updation of Code
This Code is subject to continuous review and updation in line with any change in law, the Company’s policy, vision & plans or otherwise the Board may deem as necessary.
Who we are
Linc Pen Plastics Limited is one of India’s most trusted Writing Instrument brands with a national and international presence in over 50 countries.
Established in 1976 by Mr. Soorajmal Jalan, Linc Pen is currently headed by Mr. Deepak Jalan , Managing Director. We have our manufacturing units in Serakol and Falta, with a daily capacity of more than 2 million units with ISO 9001:2008 certification, guaranteeing top quality products.
Linc Pens has an exclusive license to distribute and market Uniball products. It is listed on NSE, BSE and CSE.
Linc is a dynamic company addressing the growing needs of the second most populous country; it is a global organisation striving to achieve greater heights through sustainable growth over the years.
To establish Linc as a global brand known for its values, assertiveness and the acumen to adapt to an ever-changing environment.
To deliver innovative, user-friendly and better-quality products at best value to customers, keeping in mind the prosperity of the Company and its stakeholders.
Ethical Business Practices
We are delighted to share our journey in the form of a chronicle titled, ‘What India writes with- A four decade journey!’ Thank you all for supporting Linc Pens – 40 Years of LINC
Brand new offering from the house of Linc : Pentonic
Mr. Anil Kochar (Chairman)
Mr. Naresh Pachisia
Mr. Deepak Jalan
Share Transfer Committee
Mr. Deepak Jalan (Chairman)
Mr. Naresh Pachisia
Stakeholders Relationship Committee
Mr. Deepak Jalan
Mr. Anil Kochar ( Chairman )
Mr. Aloke Jalan
Nomination & Remuneration Committee
Mr. Sanjay Agarwal ( Chairman )
Mr. Anil Kochar
Mr. Naresh Pachisia
Mr. Deepak Jalan (Chairman)
Mr. Aloke Jalan
Ms. Supriya Newar
Company Secretary and Compliance Officer
Chief Investors Relations Officer
Nodal Officer for IEPF
Mr. N. K. Dujari
3, Alipore Road
Phone: +91 33 24790248 / 30412100
Fax: +91 33 24790253
Registrar & Share Transfer Agent Maheshwari Datamatics Pvt. Ltd
23, R. N. Mukherjee Road,
5th Floor, Kolkata – 700001
Phone: + 91 33 22435029/ 22482248
Fax: + 91 33 22484787
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