COAL INDIA CASE STUDY                         By:              Team Learn2Do
Land AcquisitionEnvironmental ClearanceAvailability of coal in few statesBottlenecks in logistics infrastructure- Roads an...
Demand                   Supply                                       XI Plan                                             ...
SOLUTIONS
• Utilize flat bed Collapsible containers for  coal transport on railways• It can be directly transported on a truck for  ...
Rail Transport                 COLTainer: Collapsible container• Traditional                  • Hybrid Model• Coal Movemen...
CHANNELIZE INLAND  WATERWAYS
•   India has about 14,500 km of navigable waterways•   Nearly 3,600 km are navigable by larger vessels.•   Just about 2,0...
POWER PLANTSTO UTILIZE STOCK PILE
Production concentration
Stockpile till July 2011 -70 Milliontonnes accounts to 16% of production    Constantly rising due to lack of         trans...
CAPACITY UTILIZATION
Total production                 The Output per man          2010-2011(millionCompany        tonnes)        OMS           ...
EXPLORE , EXPLORE
• Total coal resources in  Indonesia stand at  93.4 billion tonnes• Quality:   Low       25%   Medium 60%   High      15% ...
• Extract coal from 18 abandoned underground mines  with owned by three of its subsidiaries in partnership  with private p...
INTRODUCTION OF ERP
Final Site                                             Roads/                                             railways/       ...
Why?                                                                Assist in Improve workflow and          Locating bottl...
Door to Door Delivery
Coal India is responsible for transport from:                   Pithead to the        Loaded on                  railways ...
Brand CIL more than justPSU or Maharatna
Why?• Attract best of the brains from the society• Instil a sense of pride in association• Increased Trust and Reliability...
Segments:• Internal Stakeholders – Employees, Management• External Stakeholders - value chain partners  (customers, suppli...
BRAND CIL
• Print Ads in the newspaper on a special occasionHow?        • Celebrating Glory of CIL/ Celebrating Occasion        • Me...
• Sending brochures of CIL annually to prospective customersHow?        • Talking about the new developments, deals and im...
• Ads/Videos endorsing good working conditions and culture in such industries        • Acquiring a motto “ worker’s safety...
Lime 3 Entry
Lime 3 Entry
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Lime 3 Entry

459

Published on

This was the entry presented at institute level and went till last round(institute). Go thru it to understand what to do and what not to...

Published in: Education, Technology, Business
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
459
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
22
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Lime 3 Entry"

  1. 1. COAL INDIA CASE STUDY By: Team Learn2Do
  2. 2. Land AcquisitionEnvironmental ClearanceAvailability of coal in few statesBottlenecks in logistics infrastructure- Roads and PortsNaxalism in East and East-Central partsInflexibility of Railways in accommodating variable rakesPiled up coal stock Problems Faced
  3. 3. Demand Supply XI Plan 2011- Need to be Met by 2012 CIL XI plan (2011- XI Plan(in Million Tonnes) 12) Projected reality Power utilities 483 100% 483 Power Captive 57.06 75% 42.8CIL 520.5 450 Cement 31.9 75% 23.92SCCL 40.8 40.8 Sponge iron & others 90.64 75% 67.98 Total non Coking 662.6 617.7Others 118.7 50 Coking Steel 68.5 75% 51.37 Total 731.1 669.07 Supply 680 540.8Total 680 540.8 Shortage 51.1 128.27 Amount to be Demand-Supply Gap imported
  4. 4. SOLUTIONS
  5. 5. • Utilize flat bed Collapsible containers for coal transport on railways• It can be directly transported on a truck for further transportation from railway yard for door step delivery• Collapsible containers can save cost while returning empty containers• Lead time to empty coal from train gets reduced CONTAINERIZATION
  6. 6. Rail Transport COLTainer: Collapsible container• Traditional • Hybrid Model• Coal Movement • 40 feet – Carrying capacity Railway Rail 27 tons Pitheads Siding Cart• Carrying capacity 50-55 • 2 stacked upon one another ton/wagon • Can be directly loaded on• Same process for unloading trucks from rail/port• Need 200 wagons/day • Faster turn around time getting only 170
  7. 7. CHANNELIZE INLAND WATERWAYS
  8. 8. • India has about 14,500 km of navigable waterways• Nearly 3,600 km are navigable by larger vessels.• Just about 2,000 km are used currently.• One barge ≡15 rail wagons/60 trucks. IWT standard Barge Rail Truck Operating Cost/tonne /mile 1 cent 2.5 cent 5.3 cent kms /tonne /3.8 ltr 827km 325km 95km Inland Waterways
  9. 9. POWER PLANTSTO UTILIZE STOCK PILE
  10. 10. Production concentration
  11. 11. Stockpile till July 2011 -70 Milliontonnes accounts to 16% of production Constantly rising due to lack of transport facilities. Get into JV with NTPC to install new power plants in states such as Jharkhand, Orissa and ChhattisgarhThese 3 account for 60% of CIL production.Lack infrastructure facility to transport coal Power Plants near Coal Mines
  12. 12. CAPACITY UTILIZATION
  13. 13. Total production The Output per man 2010-2011(millionCompany tonnes) OMS shift(OMS) is really low for ECL 30.8 1.6 some subsidiaries of CIL. BCCL 29.01 2.09 CCL 47.52 3.88 This indicates Poor manpower NCL 66.25 13.52 utilization or Very low WCL 43.65 2.65 production SECL 112.71 6.47 MCL 100.28 15.37 The OMS can be improved by NEC 1.1 2.16 either increasing the mine utilization or cutting the cost by CIL 431.32 4.73 reducing the manpower. Capacity Utilization
  14. 14. EXPLORE , EXPLORE
  15. 15. • Total coal resources in Indonesia stand at 93.4 billion tonnes• Quality: Low 25% Medium 60% High 15% Major Exporters: South Africa, Australia, Indonesia, Columbia, MozambiqueMine Acquisition from Indonesia
  16. 16. • Extract coal from 18 abandoned underground mines with owned by three of its subsidiaries in partnership with private players.• An approximate reserve of 1.647 billion tonnes of coal.• Underground mining would be revived in 6 abandoned mines of Eastern Coalfields, 8 mines of Bharat Coking Coal, and 4 mines of Central Coalfields.• No new environment clearance is needed Abandoned Mines
  17. 17. INTRODUCTION OF ERP
  18. 18. Final Site Roads/ railways/ Roads/ ports Sidings railways/ports CIL Coal Mining Site SuppliersIntegrated Logistics System
  19. 19. Why? Assist in Improve workflow and Locating bottlenecks is analyzing, decision monitoring simpler making and scheduling Simplify dissemination ofNetworking between CIL Storage of information to and constituent units data, analysis, and public, customers and across the supply chain handling of databases make it interactive Helps tackle delays Can provide dynamic due to natural More transparent system data, scenario of the demand and supply in between different calamities or other subsidiaries challenges posed bydifferent areas and overall whetherIntegrated Logistics System
  20. 20. Door to Door Delivery
  21. 21. Coal India is responsible for transport from: Pithead to the Loaded on railways sidings to the wagons After this point CIL can Outsource transportation of the stock• Rope in a Private Player to take care of the transportation from the wagons to the industry sites• Pay some percentage of the revenue generated from the order• Demand is huge and supply is frequent, hence lots of profits involved• Set terms and conditions of the deal and strict standards of management, performance• Make the end users aware about this service and initiate the communication between the transport provider and the end user Transportation Outsourcing
  22. 22. Brand CIL more than justPSU or Maharatna
  23. 23. Why?• Attract best of the brains from the society• Instil a sense of pride in association• Increased Trust and Reliability• Attracting more private players to associate• Help in acquiring sizeable equity stakes in mines abroad to have long term relationship• More people buying IPO of CIL BRAND CIL
  24. 24. Segments:• Internal Stakeholders – Employees, Management• External Stakeholders - value chain partners (customers, suppliers),communities, govt. agencies, regulators, foreign players BRAND CIL
  25. 25. BRAND CIL
  26. 26. • Print Ads in the newspaper on a special occasionHow? • Celebrating Glory of CIL/ Celebrating Occasion • Mention scale, potential, achievements, developments, about IPOWhat? • Motto of CIL • Increase awareness about CIL • Catching interest of peopleWhy? • More people buying IPO of CIL BRAND CIL
  27. 27. • Sending brochures of CIL annually to prospective customersHow? • Talking about the new developments, deals and improvements in the processes • Revenue generated and assets, spread and other associationsWhat? • Price offered and quality of goods and services provided • Subtly pursuing them to associate with the company • Instil a sense of pride in association • Attracting more private players to associateWhy? BRAND CIL
  28. 28. • Ads/Videos endorsing good working conditions and culture in such industries • Acquiring a motto “ worker’s safety, our responsibility”How? • Talking about human resource ,strength of any company • Responsibility towards employees well being and safety being the duty of every enterpriseWhat? • CIL providing safety, employment, development to naxal /poverty stricken regions • Improves the social image and standing of CIL • People having a more positive attitude towards the company as a whole • Increased Trust and ReliabilityWhy? • Sense of pride while associating with the company BRAND CIL
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×