|Founded||Calcutta, British India (1867 )|
|Owner(s)||Government of India|
Founded by two Scotsmen, George Stephen Balmer and Alexander Lawrie, in 1867 in Kolkata, India, Balmer Lawrie & Co. Ltd. started as a Partnership Firm on 1 February 1867. Today Balmer Lawrie is a Mini-Ratna I Public Sector Enterprise under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, government of India, with a turnover of Rs. 2762 crores and a profit of Rs. 223 crores.
Along with its six joint ventures in India and abroad, today it is a conglomerate with a presence in both manufacturing and service sectors. Balmer Lawrie products include steel barrels, industrial greases, specialty lubricants, corporate travel and logistics services. It has a presence in performance chemicals and logistics infrastructure.
Balmer Lawrie is listed on the following indexes:
- BSE code: 523319
- NSE code: BALMLAWRIE
- Reuters: BLMR.BO
- Jayanta Mallick (28 February 2004). "Balmer Lawrie Investments sees bulk deals". The Hindu Business Line. Retrieved 28 June 2012.
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