GOKNR-Göknur Gıda Maddeleri Enerji İmalat İthalat İhracat Tic. ve San. A.Ş. Halka Arz
Özsu Balık Üretim A.Ş. balık üretimi gerçekleştiren bir gıda şirketidir. Urla’da bulunan 94 açık-deniz kafesinde levrek ve çipura üretimlerini gerçekleştirmektedir. Kuluçkahane tesislerinden, laboratuvarlarına, işleme tesislerinden, paketleme tesislerine kadar süreci Türkiye'de tek çatı altına toplanmış en gelişmiş tam entegre kültür balıkçılığı markalarından birisi konumundadır.
OZSUB-Özsu Balık Üretim A.Ş. public offering news has been published! One of the expected public offerings, the company, the public offering analysis of the share that will be offered to the public with the code #OZSUB is as follows;
|Current Assets||398.788.548,00 TL||221.900.107,00 TL||201.683.432,00 TL|
|Fixed Assets||445.901.972,00 TL||310.121.044,00 TL||259.423.475,00 TL|
|Short Term Liabilities||336.583.478,00 TL||193.031.150,00 TL||163.976.054,00 TL|
|Long Term Liabilities||37.734.412,00 TL||59.669.310,00 TL||45.100.500,00 TL|
|Equities||71.584.082,00 TL||310.121.044,00 TL||50.346.921,00 TL|
|Net Profit For The Period||8.690.977,00 TL||7.442.393,00 TL||4.308.204,00 TL|
The cash ratio, sometimes referred to as the cash-to-asset ratio, is a measure of liquidity that indicates a company's capacity to pay off its short-term debt obligations with cash and cash equivalents. Compared to other liquidity ratios such as the current ratio and the quick ratio, the cash ratio is a stricter, more conservative measure because it is used in the calculation. only cash and cash equivalents - a company's most liquid assets - are used. Ratio above 1.00 is required.
The acid-test ratio (or quick ratio) is a formula used to determine a company's ability to pay its bills on time by comparing its shortest-term assets to its shortest-term liabilities and seeing if it has enough cash to pay for those emergencies. The ratio is required to be above the 1.00.
The current ratio, also known as the working capital ratio, measures the ability of a business to meet its short-term obligations that are due within a year. The ratio takes into account the weight of total current assets against total current assets. The ratio is required to be above 1.00.