Kaycee Industries (KAYINDUS), incorporated in 1943, produces electrical and electronic components. It is an integral part of CMS Computers, one of the largest IT firms in India. The group synergy includes CMS Traffic, CMS Securitas, Net Print India Solutions, CMS Energy Systems, Systime Computer Systems, Datamatics Information Technology, and CMS Institute.
The ISO 9002 certified company manufactures products like the rotary, rotary cam, micro and toggle, weather tight, and breaker control switches; water meters; counters; and fuse fittings. These find application in the cement, chemicals and petrochemicals, food and beverages, government, railways, shipbuilding, shipping and other industries.
Incorporated in Lahore (now in Pakistan), the company has a plant there about which information is not available. In India, the company`s plant is located at Bhandup in Mumbai with installed capacities of 55,000 counters, 1 million micro switches, 650,000 rotary switches, 4,000 meters, and 100,000 other products. It has a network of sales and service centers, distributors, stockists, and dealers spread across the country. Major export destinations include the Gulf, South East Asian and European markets. The client list includes names like ABB, Alstom, Tata Motors, L&T, Siemens, Crompton Greaves, Lakshmi Machines, and the different government sector enterprises.
The registered office is located at 32, Ramjibhai Kamani Marg, Ballard Estate, Mumbai-400001.
The company announced fall of 40.91% in standalone net profit on y-o-y basis to Rs 1.17 million, while total income dropped 8.99% y-o-y basis to Rs 54.76 million for the quarter ended December 2012.
Kaycee Industries announced on Thursday that the board has recommended final dividend of 10% or Rs 1 0 a share for the year 2012-13.