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Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
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Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
Agri infrastructure -  cluster development - lok dec 2011
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  • 1. Bounteous KarnatakaGlobal Agribusiness and Food Processing Summit 2011 Lokanathan Nadar CEO ‐ Wadhawan Mega Infrastructure (P) Ltd 2nd December 2011
  • 2. Karnataka Agri. Infrastructure Opportunities Unlimited
  • 3. Indian Agri – Post Independence From Food shortages and Import to  self‐sufficiency and exports From subsistence farming to intensive and technology led cultivation TodayIndia is front ranking producer of many crops in the world Ushered in through Green, White, Blue and Yellow revolutions
  • 4. Indian Agriculture • Infrastructure for scientific agriculture Phase I: 1947‐64 – Fertilizers & Pesticides Factories • Irrigation and Infrastructure ‐ Green Phase II: 1965‐85 Revolution etc • Conservation, Cultivation, Phase III: 1985‐00 Consumption, and Commerce • Technology extension ‐ BiotechnologyPhase IV: 2001‐10 • Technology Integration , Collaboration Phase V: 2011‐ 20 & Cluster Development
  • 5. Agri Losses – In Field & Post HarvestProducer Field Losses (Pest, Diseases, Rodents etc)) Pre-Processing (e.g. inefficient harvesting, drying, milling) Field Losses Intermediate Transport (e.g. spillage, leakage) Lack of Cold Storage Handling & Infra Losses (e.g. technical deficiencies) Processing & Packaging (e.g. excessive peeling, washing) ICD / Container Depots Logistics  / Transit Losses (e.g. spoilage, Handlings Losses)Consumer Wastage in Ports / Railways (e.g. Transit Losses) Field Fork
  • 6. Typical Case – Grains…• India is the Largest Grain producers• More 241.56 Mn MT of Food Grains (2010‐11) (Food grains  include, rice, wheat coarse cereals and pulses)• 10% of the Grain are lost every year 24MnMT Grain Losses ‐ Post Harvest : Approx 75% • Drying of Crops (15%) • Treshing (10%) • Storage (22%) At Rs 5/Kg its  • Transportation (12%) ~12,000 Crores  • Other Losses (16%) Rs Worth Loss
  • 7. Think Slide…12000 Cr Loss Karnataka Contributes – 6 % to Agri GDP in IndiaLoss in Karnataka = Rs 720 Crores Per year  “Business Mantra”  Increase of Income = Proportionate Increase of Profit Reduction of Losses / Cost = Additions to Profits
  • 8. Long Agri Supply Chain ConsumerIndia Wholesaler Retailer Commission Farmer Trader agent Consolidator High wastage and  low margins Wastage 10% 0% 10% 20% Developed  countries Consumer Retailer Farmer Wholesaler High investments – Low wastage ‐ better margins
  • 9. India’s Shift to Processed food North America, Diet  / Functional  Japan,  Western  / Organic Food Europe, Australia Eastern Europe Convenience  Food India Snacks / Prepared Meals China Dairy / Meat /  Latin America Fresh Fruits / Fresh Beverages African (Sub Saharan)Carbohydrates Convenience  Quality  High  Survival Mass Market Food Service  Hygiene Technology Snacking
  • 10. Agro & Food Processing… Value in USD billion300250200 182150 Grows  102 at 8.7%100 50 93 62 0 2005 2010 P r im a r y P r o c e s s e d F o o d P ro c es s ed F o o d
  • 11. Food Processing in India Level of processing Level of Processing (Fruits & Vegetables) (Perishable products) Organized Unorganized Total USA - 80 %  Fruits / Vegetables 1.3% 0.8% 2.2% France - 70 %  Milk /milk products 13% 22% 35% Malaysia- 83 %  Buffalo Meat 21% - 21% Thailand- 30 %  Poultry 6% - 6% India - 2.2 %  Marine Products 8% 15% 21% “Mission”  To achieve 20% processing, 26% value addition and 3% share in global trade by 2015 (MoFPI)
  • 12. Till Now… • Mass Production (Scale) • Increase Productivity • Self SufficiencyAction Ahead…• Improve Handling Efficiency• Quality products• Reduce Channel Losses
  • 13. Opportunities Opportunities • Growing Indian domestic market  • Increasing Processed Food  Market • New Export Market  & Segments • Post harvest loss management • Creating Economies of Scale • Lab to Land & Farm to Fork linkages
  • 14. Challenges for Industries…Export Challenges  to be Met• Global free trade regime ‐ survival of the fittest• Policy and fiscal rationalization ‐ lower protection and increased  competition • Increasing technology benchmarks• Lower turnaround time• Compliances ‐ trade and legal• Lowering cost of manufacture and improving qualityFactors Effecting MSME / Agro Industries• Small Scale & Limited size• Non‐availability of finance• Old & Outdated technology • Poor quality infrastructure• Traditional marketing systems • Non adherence to environmental compliances
  • 15. Agro Cluster Means…Cluster Means:• Concentration of units producing similar  products and facing similar threats and  opportunities in a particular Location &  sharing Common Infrastructure Better access  to technology  & information Greater  Economies of  access to  scale in  customers &  operation channels Cheaper  Critical mass  for Common  Cluster  access to  Offers inputs & raw  Infrastructure materials
  • 16. Mega Food Park / Agri SEZ in ABIR Food Processing Units Primary Processing  Centre (PPC) Export Market Value Added  Mega Food Park / Products Primary Processing  Agro Food SEZ Centre (PPC) Domestic RetailCatchment  Fresh  Primary Processing  Products Centre (PPC) Cold Storage Testing lab Logistics  Irradiation  Complex Facility Collection  Others  centres facilities
  • 17. General Infrastructure• Park Administrative Building• Roads / Culvert / Drainage• Water Treatment / Water Supply and Distribution• Power distribution• Street Lighting• Telecommunication Systems• Sewerage network• STP & Solid Waste management• Wastewater Conveyance / Recycling /Treatment  Plants• Rainwater harvesting• Greenery 
  • 18. Specialised Infrastructure• Effluent Treatment Plants • Quality control lab• Dry Warehouse • Quality certification centre• Cold Storage • Central processing centre• Variable humidity stores • Sorting and grading• Packaging Units • Pre‐cooling chambers• CFC • Ripening chambers etc• Design Studio • Steam generation & • Testing Centres sterilization units• Irradiation Facility • Food incubation‐cum‐ development centres etc.
  • 19. Marketing• E‐commerce Focus on the  Managed by  enterprises and  Experts• Common Trade Centre their needs• Display Centre /  Exhibition Cluster  Parks• Auction hall Homogeneous  units ‐ strong  Customized  linkages &  Infrastructure collaborative  behavior
  • 20. Mega Agriculture Cluster ‐ ABIR Mega Food Parks Food Agro FoodProcessing SEZIndustries Agro Business Investment Region General / Common  (ABIR) Infrastructure Specialised Infrastructure Controlled Marketing Infra Post Environm Harvest ent Infra Growing
  • 21. Functioning ABIRUnits Dry Port & Duty Free  Excellent  Cluster of Agro  Trading Enclave Units Infrastructure Agri SEZ Food Park  Free Port / ICD Superior  Governance Facilitative  Environment
  • 22. Cluster Benefits Commercial  Economic  Environmental  Social Benefits  Benefits Benefits  Benefits • Securing larger  • Sharing &  • Decongesting  • Employment  contracts  Pooling of  units from  generation• Greater  resources urban areas • Compliance to  bargaining  • Sharing  • Ensures that  trade related  power Business  environmental  barriers• Greater  Development &  safety standards  • Ensures  presence in the  Operating Costs are maintained  enhanced  market place • Access to New  • Pollution always  security during • Guidance from  Technology under check the start up  experienced  phase larger  companies with  shared risks
  • 23. Agri Infrastructure – GoK InitiativesAgro Business Investment Region / Food park / Agri SEZLogistic Infrastructure (Agri Jetty / Port / Railway siding for handling agro commodities / Transportation hub)
  • 24. Karnataka Agri. Infrastructure Opportunities Unlimited
  • 25. Thank YouCome Join Us in this Agri Infra Revolution…

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