Rossell Tea, a division of Rossell India Ltd, was incorporated on 10th June 1994. We produce some of the finest CTC and Orthodox Tea which is exported to many countries such as USA, UK, Germany, Japan, Iran, and UAE. The exquisite taste and unbeatable quality is a delight for tea connoisseurs across the globe.

Rossell Techsys is the Aerospace and Defence division of Rossell India Limited, established in May 2011, to provide services to global OEMs that desire on-quality and on-budget commitments, offering an experience of the very best in wire harness solutions, electronic systems, test solutions and product support.

Financials

Quarterly Results

  • Audited Financial Results for the Quarter and Year ended 31.03.2020
  • Unaudited Financial Results for the Quarter and Nine Months ended 31.12.2019

Annual Reports

  • Annual Report for the Financial Year      2018-2019
  • Annual Report for the Financial Year      2017-2018

Shareholding pattern

  • Shareholding Pattern as on                             31st March, 2020
  • Shareholding Pattern as on                             31st December, 2019

News & Trends

Assam CM launches tea growers’ training and research centre at Tocklai

Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Thursday formally inaugurated the newly established building of the Small Tea Growers’ Training and Research Centre at Tocklai Tea Research Institute, Jorhat.

NORTHEAST NOW

How Has COVID-19 Impacted Tea Production

Tea growing and production employs or provides livelihoods for more than 80 million people worldwide, so it was always going to be heavily impacted by the disease and by the measures imposed to control it. In this regard, tea was like any other labor-intensive industry, but suffered a unique and cruel blow based on timing alone.

worldteanews.com

Premium quality Assam tea prices up 15% from a year ago

KOLKATA: Premium quality Assam tea has become costlier by 15% from a year ago on supply shortage triggered by the lockdown, which crimped output of tea gardens by nearly 140 million kg.

Economic Times

Boeing's sub-vendor Rossell India wins coveted Supplier of the Year award

Every year, The Boeing Company, the world’s largest aerospace manufacturer, evaluates the performance of its 12,000 sub-vendors spread across the globe and awards its best 10 suppliers the coveted recognition of Supplier of the Year. Amongst the winners for 2019 is a Kolkata-headquartered company, Rossell India, which builds electrical harnesses for Boeing at its Bengaluru-based subsidiary Rossell Techsys. Rossell’s award is for being “instrumental in the design, modification or production of a product”, for 2019.

Business Standard

Boeing to build new F-15EX fighter jets for U.S. Air Force

U.S. aerospace giant Boeing Company received a $1.2 billion contract July to begin buying the first eight F-15 EX fighter jets. The contract, awarded to Boeing, provides for the design, development, integration, manufacturing, test, verification, certification, delivery, sustainment, and modification of F-15 EX aircraft, including spares, support equipment, training materials, technical data, and technical support.

Defence Blog

Flight Trials for Greener Aviation Set for Take Off

Commercial flight trials that use satellite-enabled communications to reduce the environmental impact of flying are scheduled to commence once normal traffic levels resume. As nations begin to recover from the coronavirus pandemic and airports start to reopen in Europe, satellite communications provider Inmarsat and consultancy firm CGI will be conducting real-world trials of the Iris air traffic modernisation programme developed with ESA.

ASD News