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It has been long pursued policy and commitment of Skyline Millars Limited to adhere to highest standards of integrity – professional and financial – and business ethics in the operation of its business. We believe that this organization has been handed to us by the various stakeholders in “trust” and we as professional managers are the “trustees” of those stakeholders. It is therefore our responsibility to ensure that the organisation is managed in a manner that protects and furthers the interests of our stakeholders.


The Code of Conduct shall apply to:

1) All Directors of the Company, whether executive or non-executive including nominee directors;

2) All executives of the Company from the rank of General Manager and above.

3) All executives of the Company, reporting directly to the Managing Director irrespective of their grade.

The Code

All Directors and Senior Management Executives:

1) Integrity :
All Directors and members of Senior Management shall act in the fiduciary capacity while conducting their activities on behalf of the company. They should also act with utmost honesty, integrity and fairness. They will act in good faith, responsibly, with due care, competence and diligence, without allowing their independent judgment to be subordinated. All their acts will be in the best interest of the company.

2) Compliance :
All the members of the Board and the Sr. Management are required to comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations. In order to assist the company in promoting lawful and ethical behavior, Directors must report any possible violation of law, rules, regulation or the code of conduct to the Compliance Officer.

3) Conflict of Interest :
Directors on the board of the company shall not engage in any business, relationship or activity, which may be in conflict of interest of the Company or the group.

Following are the circumstances which will amount to conflict of interest.

a) Directors should not engage in any activity / employment that interferes with the performance or responsibility to the company or is otherwise in conflict with or prejudicial to the company.

b) Directors and their immediate families should not invest in a company, customer, supplier, developer or competitor and generally refrain from investments that compromise their responsibility to the company.

c) Directors should avoid conducting company business with a relative or with a firm / company in which a relative / related party is associated in any significant role., unless such proposed transactions are first disclosed to the Board of Directors and they approval is obtain for that transaction.

If such related party transaction is unavoidable, it must be fully disclosed to the board or to the CFO of the company.

4) Confidentiality/Publicity :
a) Shall respect the confidentiality of data made available to them from time to time. Such respect for confidentiality shall also continue after such person ceases to hold office as Director or serve the organization.

b) Shall not give any statement detrimental to the interest of the Company to the press or any other form of media.

5) Legal Compliance :
a) Shall adhere to the Insider Trading Code of the Company.

b) Shall take every reasonable step to ensure adherence to the laws of the land.

6) Gender Friendly Environment :
a) Shall help promote equality of gender, class and caste in so far as the same relates to the activities of the Company.

b) Shall encourage women employees to report any harassment concerns and be responsive to any complaints of harassment or other unwelcome and offensive conduct.

7) Social Responsibility: 
Shall in their decisions respect the necessity of protecting the environment consistently with the need of sustainable development

8) Cost Consciousness :
a) Shall exercise their responsibilities with utmost cost consciousness within the organization and shall promote the same.

b) Shall not use any facility of the Company for their personal use except when such facility has been provided for personal use by policy or specific permission.

9) Transparency and Accountability :
Shall be transparent in all their dealings except in cases where the needs of business security dictate otherwise and shall hold themselves accountable to the appropriate authority/body.

10) Dealings with People in the Organization :
a) Shall practice and encourage the spirit of productive debate and discussion among the employees and with the Board as the situation may warrant.

b) Shall not show disrespect to their superior officers or to the authority of the Board.

c) Shall not engage in misinformation, disinformation or personal vilification or victimization of any employee or stakeholder.

d) Shall uphold the values of trust, teamwork, mutuality and collaboration, meritocracy, objectivity, self-respect and human dignity.

11) Relationship with Suppliers and Customers:
a) Shall never compromise with the interest of the company in all their dealings with suppliers and customers.

b) No Director of the company shall receive or offer, directly or indirectly, any gifts, donations, remuneration, hospitality, illegal payments and comparable benefits which are intended (or perceived to be intended) to obtain business (or noncompetitive) favors or decisions for the conduct of business. Nominal gifts of commemorative nature, for special events may be accepted and reported to the Board.

12) General :
a) Shall at all times make an endeavor to attend such meetings /occasions including Board and Committee meetings as are required of the person for the benefit, growth and development of the Company.

b) Shall dedicate sufficient time, energy and attention to the Company to ensure diligent performance and be aware of and seek to fulfill his or her duties and responsibilities as set forth in the Company’s Memorandum & Articles of Association and Corporate Governance Guidelines.

c) Shall not use abusive or offensive language at the workplace or any such location connected to official business.

d) Shall not illegally withhold any property or documents of the Company and should ensure protection of the same at all times.

e) Shall not knowingly suppress a material fact, which can be detrimental to the interest of the Company, from the appropriate authority/body.

f) Shall not make any statement; verify any return or form, containing any articulars, knowing it to be false.

g) Shall practice a conduct of giving highest respect to humans and human values and must promote the same.

This code of conduct shall also be placed on the website of the Company.

For employees of the Company ‘appropriate authority’ means the designated reporting authority of the executive or the Managing Director of the Company if he is the designated reporting authority of the executive concerned. In case of members of the board, the appropriate authority shall be the Board of Directors and in exceptional cases, the Chairman of the Board.


This Directors’ Code set forth guidelines for conduct for the Board of Directors and Senior Management Executives. It is not intended to nor does it create any right in favor of any Director or Senior Management Executive, client, supplier, customer, shareholder, or any other person or entity.


waiver of any provision of this Code of Conduct for a director, senior management executive must be placed for approval before the Board of Directors.


To :

Name of the ShareHolder

Folio No

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Nature of Complaint

Detail of Complaint

Unclaimed Dividend

Letter for Unclaimed Dividend 

Notice for Unclaimed Dividend 


Code of Conduct for prevention of Insider trading_final
Nomination, Remmuneration & Evaluation Policy_final
Policy on Board diversity_final
Risk Management Policy_final
Vigil Mechanism Policy
Familiarization Programme_final
Code of Practices and Procedures for Fair Disclosure of Unpublished Price Sensitive Information
Code for Independent Director for SML
Independent Director Appointment Letter
Policy on Board Diversity
Policy on Related Party Transactions
Revised Nomination Remuneration Evaluation Policy
SML Risk Management Policy
SML Policy for Material Subsidiaries
Vigil Mechanism Policy of SML
Policy on determination of material events-informations
Policy on preservation and archival of documents
Familiarization Programme for Independent Director


Nomination Form  

E-Communication Registration Form  

Our Company

Skyline Millars Limited (SML) (Formerly Known as Millars India Limited) was incorporated as The ACME Manufacturing Company Limited on 28th November, 1919 under the Indian Companies Act, 1913. Its name was changed to Millars India Limited on 04th January, 2002 and later on changed to Skyline Millars Limited on 23rd Oct. 2007.

The Company was promoted by the Walchand Group; Mr. Ashok Patel son of Mr. J.V.Patel acquired the shares from Walchand Group and took over the management in 1972. Khandelwal Udyog Limited a manufacturer of EOT Cranes & Millars Timber and Trading Company were acquired by Mr. J.V. Patel in 1969 and 1970 respectively. Khandelwal Udyog Limited was merged with The ACME Manufacturing Company Limited w.e.f 1st October, 1974 as per the order of the Bombay High Court dated 13th August, 1976. The running business of construction machinery of M/s Millars Machinery Company Private Limited was taken over by the Company in 1984. Mr. Ashok J. Patel was the Managing Director of the Company from 1974 to 1984 and thereafter he became the Chairman of the Company till 2009.

The main activities of the Company are manufacturing of construction equipment and EOT cranes. It has recently entered into property development business. The Company’s manufacturing activities which were being carried out at its unit at Ghatkopar, Mumbai have been fully shifted since October, 2003 from Ghatkopar, Mumbai to its works at Karamsad, Gujarat.

The company continued to make operating profits and net profits up to 1994-95. It’s started incurring operating losses from 1995-96. Due to recession in the capital goods industry and high labour cost at Ghatkopar, Mumbai, the crane manufacturing activity at Ghatkopar started incurring losses from 1996 and thereafter due to continuous losses in the Company for four years, it was declared as a Sick Industrial Undertaking by the Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR). BIFR sanctioned a scheme of Rehabilitation in 2001 appointing Bank of India as a monitoring agency. As a rehabilitation measure, the company shifted its manufacturing activities from Ghatkopar, Mumbai to Karamsad, Gujarat in October, 2003 and entered into joint development agreement for its Ghatkopar property with M/s Skyline Residency Private Limited. The Company adopted various other rehabilitation measures which has resulted in its net worth becoming positive from 2003-04. Consequently, as per the summary record of the proceedings of the review hearing held on 17th October, 2006, the BIFR has discharged the Company from the purview of the Sick Industrial Companies ( Special Provisions ) Act, 1985 / BIFR. Accordingly, SML is no longer a “Sick” Company.


Voting result of  98th AGM on 13.08.2018  pdf

Scrutinizer Report – Skylinemillars  pdf

Postal Ballot Notice  pdf

Postal Ballot Form   pdf

We are pleased to inform that our Registered Office and Corporate Office has been shifted FROM

M/s Skyline Millars Limted
C/2, 412-413, Skyline Wealthspace,
Near Skyline Oasis, Premier Road,
Vidhyavihar (W) Mumbai 400 086.
Tel : 022-25027708/09
Fax : 022-25027705


M/s Skyline Millars Limited

4th floor, Churchgate House
32-34 Veer Nariman Road
Fort, Mumbai – 400 001.

Tel: 022 – 2204 7471

1. Change of company name from

Millars India Limited


Skyline Millars Limited (As on 23rd Oct. 2007)

2. Record date for Sub-division of Equity shares odd Re.1/- each is 5th Nov. 2008.

3. Letter / Information with regards to sub-division of Equity shares of Re.1/-   

4. Share Reminder letter 2009  

5. Notice of declaration of results of Postal Ballot  

Our Board of Directors

Mr. Vinod N. Joshi (Chairman) 
Mr. Maulik H. Dave (Whole-time Director) 
Mr. Ashok J. Patel 
Mr. Tarak A. Patel 
Mr. Jatin V. Daisaria 
Mr. Shilpin K.Tater 
Mr. Upen M. Doshi 
Mr. Niranjan R. Jagtap 
Mrs. Soha S. Shirke

Composition of various committees

Ms. Neelam Hardik Shah – Company Secretary & Compliance Officer

Mr. Harshal Phatak – Chief Financial Officer

Scrutinizer's Report AGM 2015

Scrutinizer's Report AGM 2015

Results under Clause 35A and Scrutinizer’s Report AGM 2015
Results under Clause 35A and Scrutinizer’s Report AGM 2015

Scrutinizer's Report AGM 2016

Voting Results under Regulation 44 of SEBI (Listing Obligations & Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015 and Scrutinizer’s Report, AGM 2016

Board Meeting

Newspaper Advt BM result 24.01.2019 pdf

Newspaper Advertisement BM 24.01.2019 pdf

Newspaper Advertisement of BM Notice 23-10-18 pdf

Newspaper Advertisement FR 30.09.2018 pdf

Newspaper Advertisement BM 13.08.2018 pdf

Notice of BM Newspaper Advertisement 13.08.2018 pdf

Newspaper Advertisement_Result – BM 17.05.2018 pdf

Newspaper intimation BM 17.05.2018 pdf