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  • 1. Eaf shahid9747672367@gmail.com shahidvallapuzha@gmail.com
  • 2. Eaf OLAM INTERNATIONAL LIMITTED
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  • 4. Eaf ABOUT THE COMPANY Olam International Ltd. Founded in 1989  The head quarters situated in Singapore  Sourcing 20 products with a direct presence in 65 countries. Supplying them to over 11,000 customers Total employees - 17000
  • 5. Eaf Olam endeavors to generate economic prosperity, contribute positively to social welfare and manage our stewardship of the environment in a sustainable way, so as to ensure the creation of real long-term value for all.” VISION
  • 6. Eaf FEATURES Global leader in 8 out of the 14 product platforms in its portfolio World’s largest supplier of cashew, Robusta coffee and sesame World's largest supplier in cocoa, rice and spices  World's largest supplier in peanuts, cotton and tropical hardwoods
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  • 8. Eaf FIVE SEGMENTS Edible Nuts, Spices and Beans Confectionery and Beverage Ingredients Industrial Raw Materials Food Staples and Packaged Foods Commodity Financial Services
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  • 10. Eaf SWOT ANALYSIS STRENGTHS Sound business model Less susceptible to cyclical volatility Good track record High barriers to entry WEAKNESSES High gearing Imperfect inventory hedges Illiquid nature of certain products 25% of NPAT Unable to participate in economic recovery (via metals and energy)
  • 11. Eaf OPPORTUNITIES THREATS Adjacent products ad markets Mergers and acquisitions Geopolitical risk Refinancing risk in light of credit crunch Counter-party risk Slowing demand
  • 12. Eaf Provide a timely and secure channel for data submission at the local level  Automate budgeting and forecasting.  Management reporting  Implement a best-practice Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) platform that supports multiple statutory reporting requirements OBJECTIVES
  • 13. Eaf SIX VALUES IN OLAM INTERNATIONAL LTD.
  • 14. Eaf  Kraft Foods  Ebro Puleva  Green core Group  Cerebos Pacific Ltd  Illovo Sugar Ltd  Cargill  Archer Daniel Midland  Bunge COMPETITORS
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  • 16. “Our implementation partner was a key factor in the selection of our EPM [enterprise performance management] platform…. CPM BackOffice Consulting Services worked with us to streamline our financial consolidation and budgeting processes. Rapid implementation methodology, templates, and extensive experience helped us to complete our project successfully and in a short time frame.” Rajesh Chopra, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Olam International Limited
  • 17. Eaf Prepared By MUHAMMED SHAHID CK.