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Charcoal from Coconut Shell - A Valuable Resource, Coconut Shell Products, Coconut Shell Charcoal Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Charcoal from Coconut Shell - A Valuable Resource, Coconut Shell Products, Coconut Shell Charcoal Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Production Schedule, Working Capital Requirement, Plant Layout, Process Flow Sheet, Cost of Project, Projected Balance Sheets, Profitability Ratios, Break Even Analysis

 

Shell Charcoal is an important product obtained from coconut shell. Shell charcoal is used widely as domestic and industrial fuel. It is also used by blacksmiths and goldsmiths and in laundries. Shell Charcoal is also used to produce activated carbon. Activated Carbon produced from coconut shell has certain specific advantages as the raw material can adsorb certain molecular species. The shell charcoal is manufactured by burning shells of fully matured nuts in limited supply of air sufficient only for carbonisation, but not for complete destruction. There are many methods of coconut shell charcoal production, but the drum method and pit method are the most widespread. In general, shell charcoal is made by burning coconut shells in a limited supply of oxygen. It is important to know that oxygen could destroy shells if the air will not be limited.  It should be used clean, fully dried and mature shells in order to get high quality charcoal. Coconut shell charcoal is found to be a suitable material in the development of golf courses, according to the Coconut Development Board sources here. In golf courses, a layer of coconut shell charcoal is laid to a certain depth along with sand and other biomass before grass is planted.

Coconut Shell Charcoal are highly acclaimed by the customers for their top notch quality and long shelf life. These have accurate composition and long shelf life. Moreover, these are processed in our sophisticated facility as per market demands and specifications ensuring the deliverance of flawless of Coconut Shell Charcoal.

One tonne of coconut shells is procured for Rs 4,000. Shell-based activated carbon is extensively used for refining and bleaching of vegetable oils and chemical solutions, water purification, recovery of solvents and gold. It is also used in gas masks and a wide range of filters.

Activated carbon is produced from coconut shell charcoal is used widely in the world market in many industrial applications such as air purification, gas, liquids and refined gold. Charcoal is also used in chemical mixing and preparation of pharmaceutical products, in preserving fruits and vegetables, and many other applications. In the past 05 years, total import demand for activated carbon from coconut shell charcoal rose 7.73 % / year and is expected to increase from 10-25 % / year from 2012 to 2018.

There is a global demand of 1.2 lakh metric tonne of charcoal annually for making activated carbon.  Like Sri Lanka, India should also put blanket ban on charcoal export to expand this lucrative industry.

The use of coconut shell charcoal briquette in barbecue and poultry raising is becoming popular. If this trend continues, the use of coconut shell charcoal could expand rapidly raising its demand significantly.

Charcoal and purity of any substances has now become a basic requirement of any chemical substance. So many products obtained by processing are dirty in colour and having so many impurities. This problem can be easily solved by adsorption of which carbon has become one of the most generally used materials for the purpose, animal matter. The resulting amorphous products include charcoal coke and petroleum coke.

Granulated activated carbons are used for purification of gases or liquids and can be used in a vertical carbon packed column. It finds application in the preparations of pills and digestive tables. Its adsorptive properties are utilized in the treatment of oilments of the stomach due to hyperacidity.

 Due to the expansion of pharmaceutical and vegetable oil industry the demand of activated carbon is expected to rise sharply in the coming years. Apart from demand in Indian market, there is also huge demand of activated carbon in foreign potential for the high quality activated carbon. So the unit has very good scope.

 

Table of Contents

 

1.       Project Location

1.1.    District Profile & Geotechnical Site Characterization

1.1.1.General

1.1.2.Physical Characteristics

1.1.3.Climate

1.1.4.Rainfall

1.1.5.Culture

1.1.6.Map

1.1.7.Transportation and Communications

1.1.8.Economy

2.       Introduction

2.1.    Decolorizing Carbons

2.2.    Gas Absorbent Carbons

2.3.    Metal Adsorbent Chars

2.4.    Medicinal Carbons

3.       Properties

4.       Important Properties in Aspect of Application

4.1.    Physical

4.2.    Chemical

5.       Uses and Applications

6.       B.I.S. Specifications

6.1.    IS : 14991 : 2001 Method of Determination for Coal Char Strength.

6.2.    IS : 12381 : 1994 Coal (Char) Reactivity for Direct Reduction Process –

Method of Determination

7.       Market Survey

8.       Financials & Comparison of Major Indian Players/Companies

8.1.    About Financial Statements of CMIE Database

8.2.    Profits & Appropriations

8.3.    Total Liabilities

8.4.    Total Assets

8.5.    Net Cash Flow from Operating Activities

8.6.    Section – I

8.6.1.Name of Company with Contact Details

8.6.2.Name of Director(S)

8.6.3.Plant Capacity

8.6.4.Location of Plant

8.6.5.Capital Expenditure Projects

8.6.6.Name of Raw Material(s) Consumed with Quantity & Cost

8.7.    Section – II

8.7.1.Asset

8.7.2.Cash Flow

8.7.3.Cost as % Ge of Sales

8.7.4.Forex Transaction

8.7.5.Growth in Assets & Liabilities

8.7.6.Growth in Income & Expenditure

8.7.7.Income & Expenditure

8.7.8.Liabilities

8.7.9.Liquidity Ratios

8.7.10.    Profitability Ratio

8.7.11.    Profits

8.7.12.    Return Ratios

8.7.13.    Structure of Assets & Liabilities (%)

8.7.14.    Working Capital & Turnover Ratios

9.       Export & Import Statistics Data of India

9.1.    Export Statistics Data

9.2.    Import Statistics Data

10.   Present Manufacturers

11.   Raw Material Selection

12.   Manufacturing Process

13.   Process Flow Diagram

14.   Name of the Users Industries

15.   Suppliers of Plant & Machinery

16.   Suppliersof Raw Material

17.  Machinery, Raw Material & Product Photographs

17.1.Machinery Photographs

17.2.Raw Material Photographs

17.3.Product Photographs

18.   Plant layout

 

PROJECT FINANCIALS

·         Project at a Glance

Annexure

·         Assumptions for Profitability workings ….…………………………………………....................... 1

·         Plant Economics…………………………………………………………………………….................... 2

·         Production Schedule……………………………………………………………………….................... 3

·         Land & Building…………………………………………………………………………….................... 4

§  Factory Land & Building

§  Site Development Expenses

·         Plant & Machinery………………………………………………………………………….................... 5

§  Indigenous Machineries

§  Other Machineries (Miscellaneous, Laboratory etc.)

·         Other Fixed Assets………………………………………………………………………….................... 6

§  Furniture & Fixtures

§  Pre-operative and Preliminary Expenses

§  Technical Knowhow

§  Provision of Contingencies

·         Working Capital Requirement Per Month………………………………………………................. 7

§  Raw Material

§  Packing Material

§  Lab & ETP Chemical Cost

§  Consumable Store

·         Overheads Required Per Month and Per Annum ……………………………………................. .8

§  Utilities & Overheads (Power, Water and Fuel Expenses etc.)

§  Royalty and Other Charges

§  Selling and Distribution Expenses

·         Salary and Wages ……………………………………………………………………………................. 9

·         Turnover Per Annum ………………………………………………………………………................ 10

·         Share Capital…………………………………………………………………………………................ 11

§  Equity Capital

§  Preference Share Capital

 

 

•        Annexure 1            ::        Cost of Project and Means of Finance

•        Annexure 2            ::        Profitability and Net Cash Accruals

§  Revenue/Income/Realisation

§  Expenses/Cost of Products/Services/Items

§  Gross Profit

§  Financial Charges    

§  Total Cost of Sales

§  Net Profit After Taxes

§  Net Cash Accruals

 

•        Annexure 3            ::        Assessment of Working Capital requirements

§  Current Assets

§  Gross Working Capital

§  Current Liabilities

§  Net Working Capital

§  Working Note for Calculation of Work-in-process

 

•        Annexure 4            ::        Sources and Disposition of Funds

•        Annexure 5            ::        Projected Balance Sheets

§  ROI (Average of Fixed Assets)

§  RONW (Average of Share Capital)

§  ROI (Average of Total Assets)

 

•        Annexure 6            ::        Profitability ratios

§  D.S.C.R

§  Earnings Per Share (EPS)

§  Debt Equity Ratio

 

•        Annexure 7            ::        Break-Even Analysis

§  Variable Cost & Expenses

§  Semi-Variable/Semi-Fixed Expenses

§  Profit Volume Ratio (PVR)

§  Fixed Expenses / Cost 

§  B.E.P

 

•        Annexure 8 to 11   ::        Sensitivity Analysis-Price/Volume

§  Resultant N.P.B.T

§  Resultant D.S.C.R

§  Resultant PV Ratio

§  Resultant DER

§  Resultant ROI

§  Resultant BEP

 

•        Annexure 12          ::        Shareholding Pattern and Stake Status

§  Equity Capital

§  Preference Share Capital

 

•        Annexure 13          ::        Quantitative Details-Output/Sales/Stocks

§  Determined Capacity P.A of Products/Services

§  Achievable Efficiency/Yield % of Products/Services/Items 

§  Net Usable Load/Capacity of Products/Services/Items   

§  Expected Sales/ Revenue/ Income of Products/ Services/ Items   

 

•        Annexure 14          ::        Product wise domestic Sales Realisation

•        Annexure 15          ::        Total Raw Material Cost

•        Annexure 16          ::        Raw Material Cost per unit

•        Annexure 17          ::        Total Lab & ETP Chemical Cost

•        Annexure 18          ::        Consumables, Store etc.

•        Annexure 19          ::        Packing Material Cost

•        Annexure 20          ::        Packing Material Cost Per Unit

•        Annexure 21          ::        Employees Expenses

•        Annexure 22          ::        Fuel Expenses

•        Annexure 23          ::        Power/Electricity Expenses

•        Annexure 24          ::        Royalty & Other Charges

•        Annexure 25          ::        Repairs & Maintenance Expenses

•        Annexure 26          ::        Other Manufacturing Expenses

•        Annexure 27          ::        Administration Expenses

•        Annexure 28          ::        Selling Expenses

•        Annexure 29          ::        Depreciation Charges – as per Books (Total)

•        Annexure 30          ::        Depreciation Charges – as per Books (P & M)

•        Annexure 31          ::        Depreciation Charges - as per IT Act WDV (Total)

•        Annexure 32          ::        Depreciation Charges - as per IT Act WDV (P & M)

•        Annexure 33          ::        Interest and Repayment - Term Loans

•        Annexure 34          ::        Tax on Profits

•        Annexure 35          ::        Projected Pay-Back Period And IRR

 

 

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