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Face Value


Total Share


Total Income

₹945.57 Cr

Profit After Tax

₹37.06 Cr







Market Capitalisation

₹1,008.58 Cr

Enterprise Value

₹1,048.12 Cr

Book Value


Intrinsic Value


Dividend Yield

0.93 %

Earnings Yield

3.67 %


Consumer Staples


Tea/ Coffee


Micro Cap

Cashflow - Operations

₹0.38 Cr

Cashflow - Financing

₹3.41 Cr


Compounded Sales Growth

  • 16.45%

    1 Year

  • 5.50%

    2 Year

  • 9.45%

    4 Year

Pro Only

Compounded Profit Growth

  • -59.71%

    1 Year

  • 24.77%

    2 Year

  • 8.51%

    4 Year

Pro Only

Return On Equity

  • 14.08%


  • 39.82%


  • 12.35%


Pro Only


  • AV Thomas is a non-profit corporation with the main business being manufacturing, trading and exports. Consumer products, trading, logistics, exports, and services are the company's primary divisions.
  • Arnakal, Manalaroo, Carady Goody, Pasuparai, Chulika, Katary, and Sutton are among the company's tea plantations. On these plantations, around 2000 hectares of high-quality leaf are grown. Perinad, Rajagiri, and Shaliacary are the group's rubber plantations, with over 1200 hectares of trees tapped and a BIS-certified factory.
  • Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Orissa are the states where the company operates.
  • AVT (A. V. Thomas Collection) is a family-owned, professionally managed group of companies with headquarters in Chennai, India. It was formed in 1925 as a plantation concern.

  • AV THOMAS IPO Details

Currently, the company has no plans to go public.

  • AV THOMAS Merger & Acquisition


Long term investments of the company in FY21:

Short term investments of the company in FY21:

  • AV THOMAS Subsidiaries

  • AVT Gavia Foods Private Limited

The AVT Group of India and Gavia of Sweden have formed a joint venture, AVT Gavia Foods Pvt. Ltd.

  • AV Thomas Investments Company Limited

AV Thomas Investments Company Limited is a company based in the United Kingdom. Nelson Williams David, Hussain Habib Mirza Altaf, Ajit Thomas, Dilip Thomas, Nelson Williams David, Hussain Habib Mirza Altaf, Ajit Thomas are the directors of A V Thomas Investments Co Ltd.

AV THOMAS Business Model

The company is in the business of manufacturing, trading and exports and make money from them. Packet tea, coffee, and tea and coffee premixes are among the consumer product division's products. They also produce roofing materials and provide aluminum services. Cardamom, vending machines, and dairy goods are all part of the trading segment.

  • AV THOMAS Revenue Segmentation

  • Revenue generated from Tea, Coffee & Premix
  • Revenue generated from Roofing Materials & Pipes
  • Net revenue generated from trade
  • Revenue generated from Dairy Whitener
  • Revenue generated from services on sale of logistics
  • Other Income
  • AV THOMAS Product & Services

Consumer products division:

  • Tea, coffee in packets, bulk, and dairy goods are among the products manufactured and sold in the consumer products section.

Trading & services:

  • Roofing materials segment includes manufacturing and trading of roofing materials and aluminum related accessories.
  • Logistics and other C&F related operations are included in the services section.
  • AV THOMAS Assets

Assets as on 31st March 2021

Assets Amount (INR in Cr.)
Agriculture Land 1.63
Leasehold Land1.18
Vehicles 3.48
Trade mark and Licenses0.03
Computer Software1.52

  • AV THOMAS Industry Overview

Industry Statistics

Tea and Coffee Industry:

  • Tea consumption in India has remained stable, with tea being drunk as a vital component of the daily routine in over 90% of households. Coffee, on the other hand, has gained appeal among India's youth population as a result of the proliferation of coffee bars and structured cafe shops, as well as the country's broader spread of cafe culture.
  • The Northeast (including Assam) and north Bengal are the main tea-growing regions (Darjeeling district and the Dooars region). Tea is also produced extensively in the Nilgiris region of south India. India is one of the world's top tea consumers, using around three-quarters of the country's total output.
  • Coffee is grown in areas that receive 2,500-4,000 mm of rain over the course of more than 100 days, followed by a similar period of dryness. The country's coffee-growing regions have a variety of climatic conditions that are suited for the cultivation of various coffee kinds.

  • Between FY16 and FY20, the Indian tea and coffee market had total revenues of $7,656.8Mn, representing a CAGR of 12%. In comparison, over the same time period, the South Korean and Chinese markets grew at CAGRs of 7% and 11%, respectively, to reach respective values of $2,195.0Mn. and $26.4Bn. in FY20.
  • The primary growth trends in the tea and coffee sector are changing lifestyles, increased expenditure capacities, and rising stress levels in metropolitan regions.


  • After Kenya (including neighboring African nations), China, and Sri Lanka, India ranks fourth in terms of tea exports. India is Asia's third-largest producer and exporter of coffee, as well as the world's sixth-largest producer and fifth-largest exporter.
  • According to Indian Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF),total tea exports were US$ 825Mn in FY20 and US$ 756Mn in FY21.Total coffee exports was US$ 720 Mn in FY21.
  • Italy is the largest importer of Indian coffee, accounting for 21.63%, followed by Germany 9%,the Russian Federation 6.30%, and Belgium 5.24%.


  • Teas are no exception, with today's tea industry demand focusing on exotic and mixed flavors of teas that are both novel and pleasant. As customer demands for innovation grow, RTD, sparkling teas, and flavored tea consumption habits are on the rise.
  • Given that we are gradually becoming a coffee-loving country, innovations are being made in order to capture the market. In India, the ready-to-drink sector is booming, with brands like Nescafé Cappuccino packets and café chains like Starbucks selling their products. Filtered coffee, Roaster coffee, and even Organic coffee are now satisfying emotional benefits such as Energy, Pleasure, and/or combining them with practical benefits such as Filtered coffee, Roaster coffee, and even Organic coffee.


  • Peers of the company include Tata Coffee Ltd, Rossell India Ltd, Dhunseri Tea & Industries Ltd, and others

Future Prospects

  • According to MarketLine industry profiles in FY20, the Indian tea and coffee market had the largest value, with total sales of $5,628.5Mn., accounting for 74% of the total market value. In FY20,sales of hot coffee had a value of $1,267.3Mn., accounting for 17% of the overall market. The market's growth is likely to slow, with a five-year CAGR of 8% estimated to push the market to a value of $11,363.4Mn.by the end of FY25,an increase in 48% since FY20. In comparison, the South Korean and Chinese markets will increase at CAGRs of 5% and 9% over the same time period, respectively, to reach $2,752.0Mn. and $39.9Bn in FY25.

  • According to MarketLine industry profiles the Indian hot beverage industry is expected to reach 1,488Mn Kg in FY25, an increase of 18% from FY20. The market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 3% from FY20 to FY25.

Government Initiatives

Government Regulatory Body:
  • The Tea Board of India was established under the Tea Act of 1953 and began operations in April 1954. It has 17 offices around India and is headquartered in Kolkata. The Tea Board of India also engages in direct promotional operations, such as organising cooperative participation in international fairs and exhibitions, arranging buyer-seller meetings, and sending and hosting trade delegations, in addition to developmental and regulatory tasks. It also conducts market research, market analysis, consumer behaviour tracking, and dissemination of pertinent information to exporters and importers, among other things.
  • The Coffee Board of India works to improve the quality of Indian coffee via research, development, extension, and domestic and worldwide promotion. The India International Coffee Festival, a biennial event hosted in India in partnership with other industry players, has been held by the board since 2002.
  • The tea board, which is under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, proposed the concept of "Tea Boutique" in order to showcase Tea's wide varieties in one place and excite customers, particularly youth, about the qualitative nuances and proper brewing method in a magnificent and aesthetic atmosphere. The Tea Board will provide financial assistance to a potential entrepreneur for three (3) years in order to help them open a Tea Boutique.
  • The Coffee Board was established in 1942 by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of the Government of India, in recognition of the importance of coffee production in India's economy. The board was formed primarily to assist coffee growers with cutting-edge technologies in order to improve the quality and quantity of coffee produced in India. The Ministry of Agriculture has launched the Integrated Coffee Development Project Scheme (ICDP) to promote coffee development in both traditional and non-traditional areas of India.

AV THOMAS Strengths

  • The company is a major player in India's branded packaged tea sector. Its main brand, 'AVT Premium,' is the country's second best-selling dust tea.
  • The company's items are available on major e-commerce websites like as Amazon, Flipkart, and Big Basket, among others, allowing it to generate a significant amount of revenue.
  • The AVT Group's tea plantations include Arnakal, Manalaroo, Carady Goody, Pasuparai, Chulika, Katary, and Sutton. Over 2000 hectares of high-quality leaf are under cultivation on these plantations. Similarly, The group's rubber plantations are Perinad, Rajagiri, and Shaliacary with about 1200 hectares of trees being tapped and a BIS-certified factory.

AV THOMAS Shortcomings

  • The company's debt increased by INR 21.40Cr. y-o-y in FY21 due to cash credit and other facilities of Rs.78.60Cr. secured by hypothecation of inventories and book debts, as well as equitable mortgages of land and buildings in Bodinaikanur and Salem. It is important for the company to repay the loan as it is against their inventory and building.

AV THOMAS Opportunities

  • The tea sector in India is benefiting from increased demand for packaged varieties of the beverage in both urban and rural areas due to lower risks of adulteration, easier storage, and improved quality. Demand for packaged variants containing natural components is also increasing. The company should take significant steps in order to increase its goodwill.
  • Green tea consumption is projected to expand in the future years as people become more aware of its health advantages. The corporation should make significant efforts to expand its green tea market, which has the potential to generate significant profits.
  • Teas are no exception, with today's tea demand focusing on unique and mixed flavours of teas that are both novel and enjoyable. RTD, sparkling teas, and flavoured tea drinking habits are on the rise as customer demands for innovation expand. On the other hand, demand for Filtered coffee, Roaster coffee, and even Organic coffee is expanding in the coffee category. The company should expand its product line to meet consumer demand.


  • The tea and coffee market is extremely competitive. Some of the big firms in South India, such as Tata Coffee Ltd., Harrisons Malayalam, and Kerala Tea Company Ltd., could pose a serious threat.
  • Meeting growing global demand in the future decades is likely to be one of the company's toughest problems. This worry also raises issues of fairness in agricultural production. During the next decade, Asia's demand for these beverages (particularly tea) will skyrocket. With the rise of rich middle-class consumers, demographic estimates in India, in particular, show a big developing potential market. Agricultural production issues related with unfair and illegal labour practises, on the other hand, continue to be a problem in many regions.




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