20Cube is a logistics services provider focused on India and other emerging markets including Sri Lanka, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Dubai, East Africa, Brazil and Australia. This has helped the company deliver a superior customer experience at a significantly lower cost base. The company has established a strong branch network across several key emerging markets including Asia, Africa, Middle East and Brazil.
Swarna Pragati provides housing loans to rural households in India. The company operates in the states of Odisha, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. The company primarily serves the informal category of customers that are significantly underserved since most of the affordable housing finance players operate in semi-urban areas.
Varthana provides loans to Affordable Private Schools (APS) and allied educational institutions. The company began its operations in 2013. It operates in the states of Karnataka, Odisha, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Gujarat. India has approximately 425,000 private schools that have significant need for financing but have struggled to raise financing from traditional banking channels.
MPOWER Financing provides education loans to students from India and other emerging markets pursuing higher education in the U.S. MPOWER works with investors and universities to lend to high-promise students. In addition to providing students with access to the financial resources necessary to attend and complete college, MPOWER builds students’ credit histories, provides personal finance education, and offers gateway financial products.
Fingerlix manufactures and delivers preservative-free, ready-to-cook (RTC) fresh Indian meals. Fingerlix delivers RTC fresh Indian food such as idli-dosa batters, dal vada batters curries, parathas and pasta sauces directly to the customer’s doorstep ordered using the call-centre or a mobile application. Fingerlix also sells its products through modern retail outlets.
Miles provides software product solutions to Wealth and Asset Management firms across India and other emerging markets. The clientele includes private banking institutions, asset management companies, brokerage firms, wealth advisors, financial institutions and family offices. Miles’ products are considered the de-facto standard in India.
Metro provides end-to-end, technology-based, telecommunication network optimization and performance management solutions across the globe. The company offers critical services to OEMs and Network Operators to plan, design, roll-out, monitor and upgrade indoor and outdoor networks. Metro has been successful in expanding its geographic presence and providing a complete suite of enterprise solutions.
e2E provides specialized railway engineering solutions with a focus on designing and executing end to end services such as track development, signaling, electrification, Operation and Maintenance (O&M) services. e2E has successfully executed projects for customers in India, Europe, South and Southeast Asia, and the Middle East.
Pebs Pennar is the second largest pre-engineered buildings manufacturer in India. Within three years of inception, it has scaled its business to a size of over US$ 50 million. Pebs buildings have a superior environmental impact with up to 25% lower power consumption, and reduced raw material usage. The company’s experienced design team develops building plans that consume a lower amount of steel in comparison to competitors.
Aizant provides formulation development and clinical research services to international and domestic pharmaceutical companies. Aizant’s research solutions have helped pharmaceutical companies in introducing several low cost drugs in emerging markets such as India, Africa and Brazil.
WLC provides educational services including undergraduate, graduate, executive education and short term vocational training programs in India. WLC is fully divested.
TTL is India’s leading manufacturer of industrial plastic packaging. The company’s principal products include plastic containers for the transportation of food and industrial materials. The company had a successful initial public offering on the Indian stock exchange in June 2007. TTL is fully divested.
Maxop is engaged in the design and manufacture of aluminum-based die cast industrial components used in automobiles and home appliances. In May 2011, Zephyr Peacock fully divested its investment in Maxop.