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Shares of Usha Martin Limited rose by 5.7 times the returns of the S&P BSE SmallCap Index in the first hour of today’s market, giving its investors a pleasant surprise.

Usha Martin Limited is one of the leading wire rope manufacturers in the world. The company’s products find applications in various sectors such as oil & marine, mining, crane, elevator, infrastructure etc.

The company has its distribution bases in United States, North America, South America, Netherlands, Australia, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Indonesia, Vietnam, China, Kazakhstan, Iran etc.

S&P BSE SmallCap company Usha Martin Ltd has delivered multipacker returns to its shareholders over the past two years. During this period, the price per share of the company on August 10, 2020 was Rs. 22.35 on August 05, 2022 to Rs. 150.40 has risen.

This means that this share has increased by 572% in just two years. If you had invested Rs 1 lakh in the company’s stock two years ago, it would have turned into Rs 6.72 lakh today.

Today the price per share of this company is Rs.139.85. As the company’s share price may rise in the near future, buy this multipacker stock that has fallen in price and you can see more profit in the future.

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