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    • OPPORTUNITIES IN AGRIBUSINESS October 2009 Athena Services A 404, Golden Rays, Chandivali Farm Road, Chandivali, Andheri(E), Mumbai - 400072 Tel: +91-98203 76918 Website: www.athenaservices.in
    • CONTENT Opportunities in Commodities Agriculture Scenario – India and the World Opportunities in Horticulture Opportunities in Animal Husbandry
    • CONTENT Role of Farm Level Innovations in Horticulture Exports Horticulture Scenario– India and the World Challenges in Horticulture Exports Supply Chain Case Study
    • Source: UN COMTRADE, 2005 Horticulture Scenario – India and the World Indian is amongst the largest producer of Horticulture Products
    • Source: UN COMTRADE, 2005 Horticulture Scenario – India and the World India has an insignificant share in global trade
    • Source: UN COMTRADE, 2005 Horticulture Scenario – India and the World India is a relatively low cost producer / exporter
    • Source: UN COMTRADE, 2005 Horticulture Scenario – India and the World The Indian farmer is globally competitive but Indian agriculture is not
    • Source: UN COMTRADE, 2005; CEPII Horticulture Scenario – Global Trade Horticulture Trade is a proximity led business
    • Source: UN COMTRADE, 2005; CEPII Horticulture Scenario – Global Trade Horticulture Trade is a proximity led business Source: UN COMTRADE, 2005; CEPII
    • Source: UN COMTRADE, 2005; CEPII Horticulture Scenario – Indian Exports India exports mostly to proximate markets
    • Source: UN COMTRADE, 2005; CEPII Horticulture Scenario But successful exporters like Chile have broken the ‘ distance ’ barrier Share in Chilean exports
    • CONTENT Role of Farm Level Innovations in Horticulture Exports Horticulture Scenario– India and the World Challenges in Horticulture Exports Supply Chain Case Study
    • Ref: FAO India is the largest producer of banana with a share of 27% of the world ’ s total banana production World Banana Production
    • Ref: FAO India does not appear in the list of top banana exporting countries World Banana Trade
    • Ref: FAO India exports/production ratio is extremely low World – Production vs Exports
    • Banana Project - SWOT Analysis If the critical steps are taken right, there is a big potential in banana exports business
    • Banana Project – Critical Steps to Implementation
    • Farm Level Innovations and Improvements Production Pricing Model Technology
    • Farm Level Innovations and Improvements – Pricing Model We replaced the market supply-demand driven model with base + incentive model
    • Farm Level Innovations and Improvements – Pricing Model We replaced the market supply-demand driven model with base + incentive model Base Price Base Price Base Price
    • Farm Level Innovations and Improvements – Pricing Model We replaced the market supply-demand driven model with base + incentive model Base Price Incentive
    • Farm Level Innovations and Improvements - Production Pre Harvest Harvest Post Harvest
      • Input Management
      • Tissue Culture
      • Irrigation
      • Plant and Fruit Care
      • Pest and Disease Management
      • Bulk Procurement
      • Innovative inbound-logistics system development
      • Cut to Cool
      • Crates
      • Proximate packhouses
      • Washing and Processing
      • Precooling and Cold Storage
    • Farm Level Innovations and Improvements - Production Pre Harvest Harvest Post Harvest
      • Input Management
      • Tissue Culture
      • Irrigation
      • Plant and Fruit Care
      • Pest and Disease Management
      • Bulk Procurement
      • Innovative inbound-logistics system development
      • Cut to Cool
      • Crates
      • Proximate packhouses
      • Washing and Processing
      • Precooling and Cold Storage
    • Farm Level Innovations and Improvements - Production Pre Harvest Harvest Post Harvest
      • Input Management
      • Tissue Culture
      • Irrigation
      • Plant and Fruit Care
      • Pest and Disease Management
      • Bulk Procurement
      • Innovative inbound-logistics system development
      • Cut to Cool
      • Crates
      • Proximate packhouses
      • Washing and Processing
      • Precooling and Cold Storage
    • Farm Level Innovations and Improvements - Production Pre Harvest Harvest Post Harvest
      • Input Management
      • Tissue Culture
      • Irrigation
      • Plant and Fruit Care
      • Pest and Disease Management
      • Bulk Procurement
      • Innovative inbound-logistics system development
      • Cut to Cool
      • Crates
      • Proximate packhouses
      • Washing and Processing
      • Precooling and Cold Storage
    • Farm Level Innovations and Improvements - Technology
      • Introduction of new pesticides
      • Introduction of new fertilizers
      • Introduction of innovative nutrient management system
    • CONTENT Role of Farm Level Innovations in Horticulture Exports Horticulture Scenario– India and the World Challenges in Horticulture Exports Supply Chain Case Study
    • Horticulture Exports Value Chain Source: Value Chain Survey, The World Bank
    • Horticulture Exports Supply Chain Production Procrmnt Inbound Logstcs Ops Outbnd Logstcs Sales & Mktg Quality Finance Human Resource
    • Horticulture Exports Supply Chain
      • R&D Investment
      • Improvement of Farming Practices
      • Business Model
      Production Procrmnt Inbound Logstcs Ops Outbnd Logstcs Sales & Mktg Quality Finance Human Resource
    • Horticulture Exports Supply Chain
      • Alignment with Market Requirements
      • Certifications – GLOBALGAP
      • Critical Control Point
      Production Procrmnt Inbound Logstcs Ops Outbnd Logstcs Sales & Mktg Quality Finance Human Resource
    • Horticulture Exports Supply Chain
      • Crates Usage
      • Bruising Control
      Production Procrmnt Inbound Logstcs Ops Outbnd Logstcs Sales & Mktg Quality Finance Human Resource
    • Horticulture Exports Supply Chain
      • Cold Storage Operations
      • Labour Management
      • Processing and Sorting
      • Critical Control Point
      • Certifications – ISO22000
      Production Procrmnt Inbound Logstcs Ops Outbnd Logstcs Sales & Mktg Quality Finance Human Resource
    • Horticulture Exports Supply Chain
      • Stuffing Management
      • Temperature Control
      • Role of Shipping Line/TPL
      Production Procrmnt Inbound Logstcs Ops Outbnd Logstcs Sales & Mktg Quality Finance Human Resource
    • Horticulture Exports Supply Chain
      • Standard Certifications – ISO, GlobalGAP
      • Internal Quality Systems
      • Customer Oriented Quality Systems – IQMO
      Production Procrmnt Inbound Logstcs Ops Outbnd Logstcs Sales & Mktg Quality Finance Human Resource
    • Horticulture Exports Supply Chain Exporter Wholesaler/ Importer Service Provider Supermarket Open Market Consumer Country/Trade Barrier
    • CONTENT Role of Farm Level Innovations in Horticulture Exports Horticulture Scenario– India and the World Challenges in Horticulture Exports Supply Chain Case Study