BOC sells Bangalore unit for Rs 48.9 cr


BOC India has sold off the land of its closed factory at Yeshwanthpur, Bangalore for Rs 48.9 crore.

In an intimation to the stock exchanges, BOC has informed bourses that the company had discontinued all operations at its erstwhile Yeshwanthpur plant in November 2004 consequent upon the commissioning of a liquid compression plant in Peenya Industrial Area in Bangalore.

The profit arising from this transaction would be reported in the financial results for the quarter ending on September 30, 2005.

The company was expecting significant growth in the year following the boom in the steel market.

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