ETG - Africa Pulses Market

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African Pulses import - export market as presented by Ketan Patel at India Pulses & Grains Association (IPGA)'s Global Pulses Conclave (GPC) 2012.

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ETG - Africa Pulses Market

  1. 1. MUMBAI PULSES CONCLAVE February 2012
  2. 2. ETG - Export Trading Group 42+ COUNTRIES • 45 YEARS OPERATIONS 7,000+ STAFF • 1.2 MILLION TONS TRADED IN 2011
  3. 3.  AFRICAN ORIGIN PULSES
  4. 4. PRODUCTION - VARITIES PRODUCTION – VARIETIES  TOOR – PIGEON PEAS  YELLOW GRAM ( DESI CHICKPEAS)  GREEN MUNG BEANS  URAD ( SMALL QUANTITIES ) • ALL ABOVE, PRIMARILY FOR EXPORT. PREDOMINANTLY TO THE INDIAN SUB-CONTINENT .  EDIBLE BEANS AND COW PEAS • PRIMARILY FOR LOCAL CONSUMPTION
  5. 5. TANZANIA – CROP PRODUCTION – 2011 • TOOR - 70,000 MT • YELLOW GRAM – 40,000 MT • MOONG – 40,000 MT • COW PEAS & EDIBLE BEANS 150,000 MT (PREDOMINANTLY LOCAL CONSUMPTION. ) PROCESSING CAPACITY. TOOR – 30,000 MTS YELLOW GRAM – 20,000 MTS. ( 90% OF THIS PROCESSING OWNED BY ETG)
  6. 6. KENYA PRODUCTION - 2011  TOOR – 15,000 MT  MOONG – 15,000 MT  CHANA – 5,000 MT  (CROP YEAR 2011 PRODUCTION WAS LOW OWING TO DROUGHT. TYPICAL PRODUCTION ABOUT TWICE THIS )  COW PEAS & EDIBLE BEANS – 120,000MT. (PREDOMINANTLY FOR LOCAL CONSUMPTION ) PROCESSING • SMALL SCALE PROCESSING FOR INDIAN EX-PAT POPULATION.
  7. 7. MOZAMBIQUE PRODUCTION 2011  TOOR – PRODUCTION 60,000 MT  MOONG - PRODUCTION 30,000 MT  COW PEAS & EDIBLE BEANS – PRODUCTION 70,000 M/TONS (PRIMARILY FOR LOCAL CONSUMPTION ) PROCESSING CAPACITY 25,000 M/TONS (ETG OWNED)
  8. 8. MALAWI PRODUCTION 2011  TOOR – 90,000 MT  COW PEAS & EDIBLE BEANS – PRODUCTION – 120,000 MT (PRIMARILY FOR LOCAL CONSUMPTION ) PROCESSING CAPACITY – 50,000 M/TONS ( ETG OWNS 80% )
  9. 9. ETHIOPIA CROP YEAR 2011  CHICKPEAS – 300,000 MT (ABOUT 60,000MT EXPORTED BALANCE CONSUMED LOCALLY) • LENTILS – 80,000 MT (ABOUT 30,000 MT EXPORTED TO NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES) PROCESSING ETG HAS JUST SET UP A 10,000MT LENTIL PROCESSING PLANT.
  10. 10. ETHIOPIA CROP YEAR 2011 PROCESSING PROCESSING CAPACITY IS RAPIDILY INCREASING  BY 2013, THE PROCESSING CAPACITY OF ETG IN EAST AFRICA WILL EXCEED 200,000 MT. 10
  11. 11. EXPORTS OF PULSES FROM AFRICA 300000 250000 200000 2009 150000 2010 2011 100000 50000 0 Toor Moong Chana 11
  12. 12. PRODUCTION IS GROWING 12
  13. 13.  EAST AFRICA NOW A VERY IMPORTANT IMPORT ORIGIN FOR INDIA • CROP IS AVAILABLE IN JULY – AUGUST WHEN INDIA NEEDS IT MOST. • CLOSE PROXIMITY AN ADVANTAGE, SHORT TRANSIT TIMES. • QUALITY IS WIDELY ACCEPTED WITH MILLERS ACKNOWLEDGING THAT OUTTURNS ARE VERY ATTRACTIVE. • QUANTITIES AVAILABLE ARE INCREASING AND DEPENDABLE 13
  14. 14. LOOKING AHEAD  CONSUMPTION OF PULSES INCREASING RAPIDLY    POPULATION IS GROWING AS PEOPLE BECOME MORE AFFLUENT, PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION INCREASES. A CHANGE IN DIETARY HABITS WITH PEOPLE INCREASINGLY FAVOURING HEALTHIER VEGETARIAN DIETS.  THERE IS HARDLY ANY FARMING LAND LEFT IN EUROPE & THE AMERICAS, IN THE EAST INDUSTRIALISATION IS FAST DISPLACING FARM LAND. WHO THEN WILL CATER FOR THE WORLDS GROWING FOOD NEEDS ? 14
  15. 15. AFRICA CAN MEET THESE NEEDS 15
  16. 16. AFRICA ABUNDANT ARABLE LAND  25% of the worlds’ arable rain fed land located in Sub Sahara Africa  60% of this land yet to be developed
  17. 17. • HUGE INVESTMENT IS GOING INTO EMPOWERING AFRICA’S SMALL HOLD FARMERS • AFRICA PULSES EXPORTS WILL DOUBLE IN THIS DECADE 17
  18. 18. THANK YOU

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