Adding another player to the list of small scrips, Bombay Stock Exchange’s SME platform (BSE SME) has listed ANG Lifesciences as the 193rd company on the bourse. Witnessing the fastest on-barding since its inception, the platform is on-track to hit a double century in near future.
The journey of BSE SME, which dates back to 2012, has attracted small scrips from diverse sectors, be it manufacturing, services, BFSS, etc. However, of the total 193 companies listed on the platform, manufacturing sector holds a lion’s share.
In an exclusive to SMEpost, BSE SME Head Ajay Thakur had testified both sector diversity and the aggressiveness of the manufacturing sector. He said, “Companies are coming in from sectors like manufacturing, service, advisory services, hospitality, IT, agriculture, etc. Manufacturing sector has maximum number of companies coming in, but other sectors are no less. Almost 24 sectors have contributed till now of which manufacturing had highest. Gradually all the sectors are participating and the interest is increasing in a diversified way.”
The latest listing of ANG Lifesciences is a further addition to the lead-taking sector. As a matter of fact, ANG is preceded by yet another manufacturing company – Shish Industries – to having listed on the bourse just 3 days back as the 192nd.
ANG is a fast growing manufacturing enterprise located in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The company is committed to quality products and services that address the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, thus enhancing people’s health and quality of life.
BSE SME Platform offers an entrepreneur and investor friendly environment, which enables the listing of SMEs from the unorganized sector scattered throughout India, into a regulated and organised sector.