Antony Waste Handling Cell Limited IPO

Incorporated in 2001, Antony Waste Handling Cell is one of the top five players in the Indian MSW (Municipal Solid Waste) management industry, providing a full spectrum of MSW services which includes solid waste collection, transportation, processing, and disposal services across the country, primarily catering to Indian municipalities. The company is also among the key players in the landfill construction and management sector.

The public offering comprises a Fresh Issue of equity shares worth Rs. 85 crores and Offer for Sale of around 68 lakhs shares, valuing the IPO at around 300 crores. For more information, you can read the IPO Prospectus filed by the company.

Antony Waste Handling Cell Limited IPO Details

IPO DateDec 21, 2020 to Dec 23, 2020
Issue TypeBook Built Issue IPO
Issue Size9,523,345 Eq Shares of ₹5 (aggregating up to ₹300.00 Cr)
Fresh Issue2,698,412 Eq Shares of ₹5 (aggregating up to ₹85.00 Cr)
Offer for Sale6,824,933 Eq Shares of ₹5 (aggregating up to ₹215.00 Cr)
Face Value₹5 per equity share
IPO Price₹313 to ₹315 per equity share
Market Lot47 Shares
Min Order Quantity47 Shares
Listing AtBSE, NSE

Antony Waste IPO Tentative Timetable

The Antony Waste IPO open date is Dec 21, 2020, and the close date is Dec 23, 2020. The issue may list on Jan 1, 2021.

IPO Open DateDec 21, 2020
IPO Close DateDec 23, 2020
Basis of Allotment DateDec 29, 2020
Initiation of RefundsDec 30, 2020
Credit of Shares to Dmat AccountDec 31, 2020
IPO Listing DateJan 1, 2021

Antony Waste Handling Cell Limited is India’s 2nd biggest player in Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Management Industry. It transport

25 currently running

18 ongoing

1100+ vehicles

Employees 7000+ active empl

Clients – Municipality in India / Revenue

Revenue Profit –

DateRevenueProfit After Tax (Rs Cr)
31st March 2018

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