History of tea
Introduction

Tea Board of India
Major tea producing regions in India
Articles
Size of the Industry
...
Leading Indian tea exporting companies.
Contribution to Nation.
Crisis

Major causes of the crisis
Hasmukhrai & co.
Tea origin- China (4th Century A.D)
In 1780 tea cultivation experimented in India.

May 1838 tea from India (Assam) was...
India Ranks 4th in terms of total tea exporters in
the world.

85% of household consume 81% of total tea produced.
The ...
The Tea Board of India is an state agency
of the Government of India.

Established in 1953
Purpose
Headquarter- Kolkat...
Darjeeling is known for white & oolong tea.
Specialty- Thin body tea, light colored.
Darjeeling tea cannot be grown or
...
Assam is known for black tea.
Specialty- Tea body, briskness, malty flavor,
strong & bright color.
 2nd Commercial tea ...
Tea Board to use
Facebook, Twitter to
promote tea consumption
January 28, 2013
PTI
s

Registered tea manufacturers- 1,692
Registered tea Exporters- 2,200

India in terms of world tea production- 27%
Te...
World Tea Export share of India is 12-13% approx.
Major Importers- Russian and CIS countries.

43% of India’s tea is ex...
Year

India’s share as percentage
of world export

1961

37.18

1971

30.28

1981

29.46

1991

19.65

2001

16.82

2005

...
Countries
Sri lanka
Kenya
China
India
U.K
Germany
Indonesia
Vietnam
Rwanda
U.A.E

Exports US $”000
in(2008)
1,258,700
934,...
Country

Russian Federations
United Arab Emirates
U.K
U.S.A
Iran
Germany
Japan
Pakistan
France
Canada

Imports in US $’ 00...
Indian tea exports
register decline: ITA
chairman

February 17, 2013
PTI
Total turnover- around Rs 10,000 crores
Net foreign Exchange earned- around Rs. 1,847 crores.
Direct employees- 1.27 mi...
Year

World
supply

World
demand

Difference
Surplus

1990

2577.10

2563.87

+ 13.23

2000

2933.49

2881.35

+ 52.14

20...
Crisis phase since 1990’s
Closure of many tea estates.

MNC’s withdrawing from production of tea.
Major importing coun...
Decline in demand for Indian tea in the global market.
Poor Price realizations
Defective market structure.
Increase in...
Interviewed- Mr. Vithal Gaykwaad
Address- Shop no. 7, Sai appt
opp. Mira road Post office
Mira road (E)
Thane 401107
Ph...
www.indianmirror.com/indian-industries/tea.html
forum.tradeford.com/topic-1028/what-are-the-top-ten-teaimporting-countries...
Export of Tea from India
Export of Tea from India
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  • Darjeeling tea cannot be grown or manufactured anywhere else in the world, similar to Champagne in that region of France.Varieties
  • Assam has been the second commercial tea production region after southern China.
  • Russian and CIS countries with 90 million kgs of total tea exports of the country.
  • Export of Tea from India

    1. 1. History of tea Introduction Tea Board of India Major tea producing regions in India Articles Size of the Industry Export share Top 10 countries Exporting tea Top 10 countries Importing tea
    2. 2. Leading Indian tea exporting companies. Contribution to Nation. Crisis Major causes of the crisis Hasmukhrai & co.
    3. 3. Tea origin- China (4th Century A.D) In 1780 tea cultivation experimented in India. May 1838 tea from India (Assam) was sent to England for the 1st time.  Till 2004 India ranked 1st being the largest producer of tea.
    4. 4. India Ranks 4th in terms of total tea exporters in the world. 85% of household consume 81% of total tea produced. The best quality tea are CTC and Orthodox Assam Tea. CTC Orthodox
    5. 5. The Tea Board of India is an state agency of the Government of India. Established in 1953 Purpose Headquarter- Kolkata Tea board is responsible for the Certification numbers to exports of certain tea merchants. Tasks of Tea Board of India
    6. 6. Darjeeling is known for white & oolong tea. Specialty- Thin body tea, light colored. Darjeeling tea cannot be grown or manufactured anywhere else in the world.
    7. 7. Assam is known for black tea. Specialty- Tea body, briskness, malty flavor, strong & bright color.  2nd Commercial tea producing region. Nilgiri is known for Dark tea. Specialty- Intensely aromatic, fragrant and flavored.
    8. 8. Tea Board to use Facebook, Twitter to promote tea consumption January 28, 2013 PTI
    9. 9. s Registered tea manufacturers- 1,692 Registered tea Exporters- 2,200 India in terms of world tea production- 27% Tea gardens- 13,000
    10. 10. World Tea Export share of India is 12-13% approx. Major Importers- Russian and CIS countries. 43% of India’s tea is exported to Russian and CIS countries.
    11. 11. Year India’s share as percentage of world export 1961 37.18 1971 30.28 1981 29.46 1991 19.65 2001 16.82 2005 12.70 2006 13.77 2007 11.26 Source: Annual Bulletin Of Statistics 2006, ITC, London
    12. 12. Countries Sri lanka Kenya China India U.K Germany Indonesia Vietnam Rwanda U.A.E Exports US $”000 in(2008) 1,258,700 934,921 713,011 590,266 324,694 297,227 158,959 147,300 125,454 114,803 Source: FAO Statistical Yearbook 2010
    13. 13. Country Russian Federations United Arab Emirates U.K U.S.A Iran Germany Japan Pakistan France Canada Imports in US $’ 000 (2008) 5,10,872 4,52,111 3,67,564 3,18,535 2,84,873 1,83,141 1,82,173 1,81,699 1,49,905 1,48,197 Source: FAO Statistical Yearbook 2010
    14. 14. Indian tea exports register decline: ITA chairman February 17, 2013 PTI
    15. 15. Total turnover- around Rs 10,000 crores Net foreign Exchange earned- around Rs. 1,847 crores. Direct employees- 1.27 million (plantation). Indirect employment of- 2 million individuals.
    16. 16. Year World supply World demand Difference Surplus 1990 2577.10 2563.87 + 13.23 2000 2933.49 2881.35 + 52.14 2001 3061.43 3002.44 + 58.99 2002 3086.59 3015.61 + 70.98 2003 3216.76 3151.71 + 65.05 2004 3328.65 3182.05 + 146.60 2005 3468.29 3362.96 +105.33 2006 3577.20 3438.99 + 138.21 2007 3726.70 3620.06 + 106.64 In (million ton) Source: Annual bulletin of statistics ITC London.
    17. 17. Crisis phase since 1990’s Closure of many tea estates. MNC’s withdrawing from production of tea. Major importing countries are showing a sharp decline towards Indian tea.
    18. 18. Decline in demand for Indian tea in the global market. Poor Price realizations Defective market structure. Increase in cost of production.
    19. 19. Interviewed- Mr. Vithal Gaykwaad Address- Shop no. 7, Sai appt opp. Mira road Post office Mira road (E) Thane 401107 Phone no.- 28551574
    20. 20. www.indianmirror.com/indian-industries/tea.html forum.tradeford.com/topic-1028/what-are-the-top-ten-teaimporting-countries-in-the-world-.html www.teaboard.gov.in/PARTICIPATION%20IN%20THE%20PRODEXPO %202012%20IN%20MOSCOW%20DURING%20FEBRUARY%2013%2 0-%2017.html?param_link_id=22050 www.mapsofworld.com/world-top-ten/tea-importingcountries.html www.teauction.com/industry/indiantea.asp

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