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    • Nepal Dairy Pvt. Ltd. Commitment: Quality is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort & skillful execution of varied alternative. Background Note: Nepal Dairy Pvt. Ltd. was established in 1980 by a group of entrepreneurs. It started as a cottage dairy in the busy Mahaboudha Street. It operated its business in a modest way with yogurt in a clay pots. Since its inception, Nepal Dairy has been growing steadily and broadening the customer base. Today, Nepal Dairy is growing faster than ever anticipated with its acronym nd's. Nepal Dairy today has been making the finest quality Dairy Products. It has been enjoying a well-established reputation of "The Cream of Dairy". What appreciates Nepal Dairy is her skill in diversification to various dairy based products according to the consumers' taste like Pizzas, cakes, pastries, sweets and fast foods. Nepal Dairy has dedicated its business to the rural milk producers and urban milk consumers of Kathmandu. Nepal Dairy safeguards the interest of the rural milk producers by providing highly competitive price. Nepal Dairy is committed to providing the highest quality product to you at the most reasonable cost. ND means more than just milk, "it means being a leader in innovation and quality and is firmly committed to continously adopting world class standards in the processing of quality dairy products". ND is firmly committed to be the market leader in processing and distribution of of dairy products in Nepal. With such commitment its no wonder that ND has become "Everybody's Favourite" Over the years the number of milk producers has risen from around 40 to 500 today, this has been in the main due to higher demand of nd's product in the market place. In fact today the milk is largely produced from the same pastures as it was in the beginning. Milk collector farmers today bring milk as far as 270 km in the rougged terain. Nepal Dairy focuses on investments in dairy and food industry, two of the largest, most rapidly- growing markets of the national economy. Nepal Dairy Today Nepal Dairy has been making the finest quality dairy and milk based food products. Ever since its inception it has been enjoying the consumer's preference & priority of choice. Based on the established reputation, consumers today call Nepal Dairy - "The cream of Dairy". A highly skilled, dedicated, and experienced team use their expertise to make these products unique. Quality milk from the village farmers is collected to cater the demands of fluid milk, yogurt, cream, butter, ice cream, and cheese of the Kathmandu Metropolitan City, while nd's
    • uses them as their raw material to diversify into milk based food product in the form of bakery, fast food, and other products of valued added consumers choices. Nepal Dairy has diversified its skill and expertise into various dairy based products of upcoming consumers' interest like pizzas, cakes, pastries, veg. & paneer momo, sweets, and fast foods and reaching the customers through its own service centers and various other outlets in the country. Nepal Dairy’s Business Model Dairy supply chains are complex and markets are dynamic. Margins are tight and customers are demanding. This reality challenges the management team to balance the supply chain, raw material intake and production facilities. ND makes quick and right decisions for a more efficient operation, revenue growth and optimum profit margin. Nepal Dairy Pvt. Ltd. focus its business model to be the industry leader by producing and marketing of a variety of milk products with assured quality at an affordable price. Activities under the sister organization NDITM (Nepal Dairy Institute of Technology and Management) has emerged as a sister organization of Nepal Dairy Pvt. Ltd as a result of its experience of successful business operation for 25 years. The main objective of NDITM is to provide training on technology and management to the academic graduates and other assistant level candidates aspiring to join the industries as professionals or initiate one's own business in the areas of dairy, livestock, food industries, etc. NDITM is also intended to work with academic institutions like Kathmandu University, Tribhuvan University, and other academic institutions to supplement their academic study for graduates with in-plant practical training courses. Main Objectives: To create a common platform of national and international professionals on dairy and food processing with a view to: technology transfer from the senior professionals to younger generation. technology appropriate in the context of Nepal. food and dairy based professional jobs, occupations, enterprises with an ultimate aim to alleviate poverty. Scope of Activities
    • The scope of activities of NDITM is envisaged as follows: i. developing and conducting systematic in-plant practical training in such fields as dairy, food and livestock industries for academic as well as non-academic pursuits ii. pooling together knowledgeable experts of respective fields to generate and disseminate new technologies iii. conducting market oriented research studies regularly iv. developing and transferring allied management skills related to different technologies v. entering into contracts with Government, Universities and private sector for undertaking conduct of training programs to meet their requirements Strategy Adopted by Nepal Dairy Diversification of its business towards bakery and fast food and make dairy product as a raw materials for those industry. Add more value to dairy products for more profit margins. Extend the life of the products. Focus on investing on information technology to keep track of R&D, scheduling, accounting and customer information. Management makes decisions based on its system that provides real time visibility on trading partners across your supply chain and raw material intake. A better way to reduce linkage and wastage to reduce the operation cost. Open more franchises to increase revenue. Products offered by Nepal dairy 1. Dairy products a. Ice –cream Regular flavor Chocolate stick b. Pouch Milk
    • c. Yogurt Regular yogurt Juju Dohi d. Cheese Mozzarella Yak cheese Paneer Process Cheese 2. Bakery Products a. Weeding cakes b. Birthday cakes c. Cookies d. Pastries 3. Sweet Products a. Mithai b. Rasbery c. Lalmohan d. Godpak e. Peda f. Barphi 4. Fast Foods Products a. Pizza b. Burger c. Chinese food
    • Looking ahead Nepal Dairy focuses on investments in dairy and food industry, two of the largest, most rapidly- growing and fundamental markets of the national economy. Nepal Dairy is highly committed to the consumer's services and satisfaction while truly serving poor farmers at the other end in consonance with the poverty alleviation program of our prioritized Development Plan. To achieve its objective it has developed a six prolonged strategy for future operation. Diversification of the present dairy business towards dairy based bakery and fast food and to consume dairy products as raw materials in those industries. Innovation of more value added products according to the changing taste of upcoming generation. Specialization and professionalization in the product processing, manufacturing, packaging, and in marketing of the products. Updating on information technology to keep track of R&D, scheduling, accounting, and customer information. Improvement in production efficiency, reducing leakages, wastages, and other operational costs. Development of backward linkages to the production sites, generating opportunities and income to the farmers and forward linkages from production centers, creating service facilities to the consumers at various locations of Nepal.