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  • 1. WELCOMES YOU
  • 2. History of NOGA
    • Private entrepreneur started storing Oranges with cold storage facility in 1946 under the name “CHOCS” i.e. Central Hindustan Orange and Cold Storage at Nagpur.
    • It was taken over by a co-operative in 1960 with the name
    • “ NOGA” i.e. Nagpur Orange Growers Association.
    • Govt. of Maharshtra took over NOGA after it went into liquidation and handed over to MAIDC i.e. The Maharashtra Agro-Industries Development Corporation Ltd. in 1972 for running its operations at the main plant at Motibag, Nagpur.
  • 3. MAIDC
    • The Maharashtra Agro-Industries Development Corporation Ltd. (100% Govt. owned company with share participation by Govt. of India and Govt. of Maharashtra) was setup in 1965 to provide following agro inputs to the farmers :
    • FERTILIZERS - BOTH STRAIGHT & MIXED GRANULATED FERTILIZERS
    • PESTICIDES- INCECTICIDES, FUNGICIDES AND PESTICIDES
    • ANIMAL FEED- CATTLE AND POULTRY FEED
    • AGRO ENGINEERING- IMPLEMENTS, MACHINARY AND ROTAVETOR
    • Besides, MAIDC also acts as a NODAL AGENCY of Ministry of Food Processing Industries (Govt. of India) for certain projects of State Govt. of Maharashtra.
  • 4. Orange City Food Park, Nagpur
    • MAIDC has created ORANGE CITY FOOD PARK in the MIDC star zone at Butibori near Nagpur with the following infrastructural facilities-
    • A. Facilities Capacity
    • Warehouse 25000 sq. ft.
    • Cold Storage 22,302 sq. ft
    • Tetra Pack Building 8104 sq. ft.
    • Quality Control Laboratory 1275 sq. ft.
    • Canteen 1154 sq. ft.
    • Weigh Bridge 60 M.T.
    TOTAL AREA OF FOOD PARK 52.2 ACRES
  • 5. Orange City Food Park, Nagpur B. Total number of Plots Allotted Phase 1 - 28 Plots = 24.8 Acres Phase 2 - 35 Plots = 26.4 Acres C. Total number of Industries in operation - 9 Nos. D. Total number of Industries In construction Stage - 5 Nos. E. Total Investment till date by running Indust. - Approx Rs. 70 Crs. E. Total Investment Expected in FOOD PARK - Approx Rs.100 Crs.
  • 6. Orange City Food Park, Nagpur
  • 7. FLOWER AUCTION HOUSE
    • MAIDC has setup India’s first Modern Electronic Flower Auction house at Goregaon, Mumbai with the following infrastructural facilities- FACILITIES CAPACITY(in Sq. Ft)
    • Flower Unloading Platform -- 2660
    • Flower setup on Trolleys -- 7440
    • Auction hall -- 7440
    • Flower Distribution Area -- 2030d
    • Flower Delivery Area -- 1250
    • Cold Storage -- 1740
    • Visitor’s Gallery -- 2220
    • Passage, Reception and Office -- 2610
    • Other Areas -- 310
    • Shops(19 numbers 450 sq. ft each) Passage -- 16840
    • Total area built up -- 40770
  • 8. FLOWER AUCTION HOUSE
    • Advantages to Growers :-
    • Quality identification.
    • Saving on wastage.
    • Proper utilization of Collection centers.
    • Efficiency in logistics.
    • Availability of cold storages.
    • Fair price/ remuneration
    • Quick and full payment to grower.
    • Advantages to Buyers :-
    • Ready availability of quality flowers in large quantity.
    • Availability of flowers in variety.
    • Proximity to Airport (Domestic/International)
    • Proximity to retail market/outlet.
    • Total envisaged expenditure Rs. 967 lac aprox
  • 9. FLOWER AUCTION HOUSE
  • 10. ACTIVITIY WISE TURNOVER Division wise Turnover of MAIDC during 2007-08 Rupees in Lacs
  • 11. MAIDC The corporation has achieved a turnover of more than 400 crores in 2007-08and has been awarded NATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY AWARD recently. Honorable Managing Director of MAIDC Dr. Pradeep Vyas IAS is receiving award with team of divisional heads
  • 12. PROCESSING ACTIVITY
    • NOGA is Processing various Fruits-
    • Orange -
    • Mango –
    • Pineapple –
    • Tomato -
  • 13. NOGA Products
    • Orange - Orange Squash, Orange Juice, Orange Marmalade, Orange juice in Tetra Pack.
    • Mango - Mango Squash, Mango Juice, Mango Pulp, Mango Slices, Mango Jam, Mango Nectar in Tetra Pack.
    • Pineapple - Pineapple Squash, Pineapple Juice, Pineapple Slices, Pineapple Titbits, Pineapple Jam, Pineapple juice in Tetra Pack.
    • Tomato - Tomato Juice, Tomato Puree, Tomato Ketchup, Tomato Sauce , Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce.
    • Others – Sweet Corn Soup, Lime Juice Cordial, Lemon Squash, Lemon Barley, Rose Syrup, Khus Syrup and RTS Drinks.
  • 14. Crushing Output of Fruits Quantum of Crushing of different Fruits (in MT)
  • 15. Fruit wise Turnover Financial Turnover of different Fruits (value in Rs.):
  • 16. Processing Plants of NOGA
    • Earlier unit of NOGA was operating at Motibag in Nagpur with a common processing facility of canned and bottled products.
    • In order to meet increased market demand second unit for bottled products was setup at Hingna in 1992.
    • A small unit of bottled products was also created at Goregoan, Mumbai to take care of orders from Canteen Stores Department and Domestic Market.
    • Recently Motibag and Hingna facilities have been integrated at one place for administrative convenience and financial advantages.
  • 17.
    • Names of Main Machines Capacity
    • Fruit Washer 2 MT/Hr.
    • Orange Juice Extractor ( FOMESA) 2 MT/Hr.
    • Spaira Flow Pasteurizer 2 MT/Hr.
    • Automatic Rotary Filler 60 Cans/Min.
    • Homogenizer for Ketchup/Pulp 2 MT/Hr.
    • Scrap Surface Pasteurizer 2 MT/Hr.
    • Automatic Bottle Filling Machine 40 Bottles/Min.
    • Automatic Sealing Machine 40 Bottles/Min.
    • Cans Reformer 40 Cans/Min.
    • DS-24 Semi-Automatic Seaming Machine 40 Cans/Min.
    • Form, Fill and Seal Machine (Tomato-Ketchup Sachet) 40 Sachet/Min.
    • Semi Automatic Blister Cutting, Filling & Sealing Machine 24 Cups/Min.
    • Automatic Labeling Machine 40 Labels/Min.
    • Cartons Strapping Machine 1000 Cases/Day
    Machinery at NOGA
  • 18. Fruits Washer
    • The machinery has following Advantages –
    • Increased washing capacity of fruits and vegetables.
    • Less water consumption and labor cost.
    • Fruits and vegetables are handled hygienically.
  • 19. Homogenizer
    • This has following advantages –
    • Increased viscosity of liquid.
    • No separation of water content.
    • Proper homogenization of fruit contents.
    • To improve overall quality.
  • 20. Orange Juice Extractor
    • The machinery is imported from FOMESA, Spain and has certain advantages like –
    • High Crushing capacity.
    • Better Fruit recovery %
    • Reduced bitterness in juice.
    • ORANGE OIL can be extracted separately.
  • 21. Installation of Spaira Flow Tubular Pasteurizer with de aerator
    • The machinery has following advantages –
    • Pasteurization of fruit contents.
    • No fermentation.
    • Uniform heating of the contents.
    • Flavor, colour and taste of a product is retained.
    • Overall quality of the product is better and improved.
  • 22.
    • With a view to cater increasing demand of Domestic and International airlines as also Indian Railways, NOGA has installed Form, Fill and Seal machines to launch following products:
    • Tomato ketchup sachet.
    • Mix fruit jam in blister pack,
    • Orange Marmalade in blister pack.
    • Pickles in blister pack.
    New Products
  • 23. New Products
    • Orange Juice in in Tetra Pak (1000 ml)
    • Pineapple Juice in Tetra Pak (1000 ml)
    • Mango Nectar in Tetra Pak (1000 ml)
  • 24. Market Segments
    • NOGA has satisfied customers in :-
    • Retail Market of the country.
    • Institutional Market of the country.
    • Overseas Market (Gulf, UK, Russia, UAE, Nepal etc.)
    • Prestigious Clients :-
    • Indian Railways.
    • Indian Airlines.
    • Lufthansa Airlines.
    • Scandinavian Airlines.
    • British Airlines.
    • Many Star Hotel Chains (Like Taj Group, Oberoi Group and others)
  • 25. Distribution Network
    • NOGA’s own Sales Depots are located at
    • Mumbai.
    • Pune.
    • New Delhi
    • Nagpur.
    • Consignment Agents are located at:
    • Jaipur
    • Chandigarh.
    • Lucknow
    • Hyderabad
    • Bangalore
    • Chennai
    • Goa
  • 26. Prestigious Awards
    • Leipzig award at Germany 1977 for NOGA Orange Marmalade
    • All India Mango show at Lucknow 1992 First Prize for Mango Jam and Mango Juice
    • All India Mango show at Vijaywada 1993 First Prize for Mango Jam
    • All India Mango show at Lucknow 1995 First Prize for Mango Jam
  • 27. New Frontiers/Horizons
    • Kiosks at
    • Railway Stations.
    • High Court Premises.
    • Airport Premises.
    • Increased presence in retail market.
    • Plans for introduction of new products like
      • Sugar free Jam.
      • Canned Tomatoes.
      • Fruit Crushes.
      • Lychee & Guava Juices in Tetra Pack.
  • 28. Possibility of Tie up with HPMC
    • Selling of NOGA products through APMC distribution network.
    • Selling of HPMC brand products through NOGA network
    • Win-Win situation.
  • 29. Problems faced by NOGA Fruit Processing Sector
    • Packaging Cost.
    • Maintenance of standards.
    • Transportation.
    • Increase in Labour Cost.
    • Increase in Govt. Levies.
  • 30.
    • THANK YOU