Finally, there are industries that are so fragmented, localised or have so much unorganised-sector participation that it becomes difficult for a single company to corner a significant share of industry profits. The following sectors see sector leaders gaining industry profit share numbers only in their teens.
The textile sector is a classic example. With so many unorganised and unlisted private players, it is no surprise that Welspun, the sector leader, takes in only 17 per cent of listed-sector profits. If unlisted and private players are taken into consideration, Welspun's profit share could fall much lower.
Construction is a similar sector. Among listed realty players, Unitech is the largest profit-share taker. However, the sector is loaded with unlisted private players.
Plastics is another example. The proliferation of small- and medium-scale enterprises in the sector that largely operate on a localised basis means Sintex, the largest profit taker of the sector, can walk away with only 19 per cent of industry profits.
FRAGMENTED: No single company takes significant portion of sector profits
|Construction: Real estate||51126||5143|
|Finance - NBFC||62683||8650|
|Shriram Transport Finance||9177||14.64||1028||11.89|
|M&M Financial Services||6021||9.61||925||10.69|
|* Financial data as of June 2015; Rest all data as of March 2015|