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Agro Processing Indian
GLOBAL GREEN:HYDERABAD TO HUNGARY
Customer satisfaction through implementation of highest
application standards at every element of the chain from
seed to shelf.
To go public and doubling its turnover to around $200
million by 2015.
To achieve expected valuation to be about $1 billion by 2018.
Expanding productprocesstechnology development by improving
the standards of every elements of the supply chain from seed to
Identifying and acquiring similar food companies.
Collection of best quality of raw materials from the best
Catering to the needs and preferences of different populations in
o Product Development(Existing Markets ,new products)
o Market Development(New Markets, Existing Products)
o Diversification(New markets, new products)
Implementation of superior manufacturing facilities.
In 1992, Joint venture with a European partner.
In 1996, Acquired 100% stake in entity, which was then renamed as
the Global Green Company Limited.
In Dec 1999, acquisition of VST natural products limited, which made
global Green undisputed leader pickled cucumber business in India.
In Aug 2006, acquisition of Belgium based Intergarden N.V. and the
complete “Intergarden Group of Companies”.
In Sep 2008, Global Green acquires the Hungarian company, Puszta
In 12th March 2010 Rabo Equity advisers and Gautam thapar avantha
group announce and investment of $10 million.
Human Resource- Managerial, Technical,
Skilled, Unskilled and Semi Skilled.
Power –Quality and uninterrupted supply.
Water-Quality and continuous supply
Waste disposal-solid, liquid, bio-degradable
Mobilization Of Resources
Availability of resources at minimum price, such
that revenue will exceed the expenditures.
Investment US $10 million by Ravo equity
advisors and Avantha Group
Return on investment
Becoming market leader- by acquiring competitors.
Entering new market – through join venture, product
Efficient use of advance technology.
Develop new business opportunity through new
product and services.
Before starting any business – conduct feasibility
Optimum utilization of all available resources.
Value addition enhance profit margin.
Efficient supply chain management i.e. growing
1. Anoop Mishra (12201005)
2. Chandra Prakash (12201011)
3. Rajaduiuti Mahapatra
4. Rajan Kumar (12201034)
5. Ramesh Mishra (12201035)
6. Suvrojit Choudhury (12201043)
7. Yogendra Yadav (12201045)