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Valuation of Industrial Assets, Plant & Machinery

Valuation of plant and machinery is highly complex in nature as our practice caters to a wide spectrum of industries each having plant and machinery with its own inherent characteristics.Among the issues to be considered in the valuation of plant and machinery are the specific utility or usefulness of industrial property, its contribution to the production of goods and services for which it is designed and deployed.

It also covers estimation in monetary terms the worth of the plant and machinery in existing use or their contribution to the profitability of the business after considering the market situation or standard of maintenance.

RBSA holds a leadership position in Valuation of plant & machinery and industrial assets. We have worked across various industries including Automobile & Auto Ancillary, Chemicals & Fertilizers, Cement & Construction, Consumer Goods, Hospitality, Infrastructure, Iron & Steel, Logistics, Metals & Mining, Manufacturing & Engineering, Petroleum, Petrochemicals, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceuticals, Power, Real Estate, Telecom, Information Technology & Electronics, Textile & Leather and Cables etc

We have undertaken large number of valuation assignments to estimate the market valuation of fixed assets of various private and public sector companies for different purposes by adopting internationally recognized and respected valuation approach and techniques.

Valuation of Plant & Machinery, Valuation of Industrial Property may generally be required for following purposes:

  • Mergers & Acquisitions – Pre Merger and Post Merger
  • Financial Reporting under Indian GAAP, IFRS and US GAAP
  • Banking( Lending against Assets)
  • Impairment Studies
  • Purchase Price Allocation
  • Distress Assets / Non Performing Asset
  • Court & Litigation support
  • Management information & Strategic Planning
  • Insurancer
  • Initial Public offerings
  • Cost Investigations
  • Disinvestment
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