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Agro-based industry: Project Opportunities in Andhra Pradesh

 

PROFILE:

Agro-based industry would mean any activity involved in cultivation, under controlled conditions of agricultural and horticultural crops, including floriculture and cultivation of vegetables and post-harvest operation on all fruits and vegetables. The development of agro-industries has assumed crucial importance in the economic planning and progress of the country. India is one of the world's largest producers of food, and is the largest producer of milk, sugarcane and tea, as well as the second largest producer of rice, wheat, fruits, and vegetables. Nearly 70% of the population depend on agriculture and agro-based industries. The agro industry is regarded as an extended arm of agriculture. The development of the agro industry can help stabilise and make agriculture more lucrative and create employment opportunities both at the production and marketing stages. The broad-based development of the agro-products industry will improve both the social and physical infrastructure of India. Since it would cause diversification and commercialization of agriculture, it will thus enhance the incomes of farmers and create food surpluses. 

 

RESOURCES:

Andhra Pradesh produces over 9.57 million tons of fruits, vegetables and spices. Andhra Pradesh is the largest egg producer in India 1,000 kilometres of coastline, 8,577 kilometre river length and 102 reservoirs spread over an area of 2.34 lakh hectares have helped Andhra Pradesh develop as the principal producer of marine and fresh water foods, including fish and prawn. State is blessed with different agro-climatic conditions for growing a variety of horticulture crops like fruits, vegetables, spices, tuber crops, plantation crops and floriculture, largest producer of rice in India. The state is a leading producer of cash crops like tobacco, groundnut, dry chilly, turmeric, oilseeds, cotton, sugar and jute, second-largest producer of horticulture products in India; production is expected to reach 22.90 million tonnes by 2020. State produces some of the finest varieties of mangoes, grapes, guavas, papayas and bananas. Number one position in production of sweet lime, lime, papaya, chilly, turmeric and palm oil, second in the production of tomato and coriander, third in pomegranate, fourth in tapioca, lady finger and grapes, and fifth in onions. To achieve the growth envisaged for the agricultural sector, the state intends to promote investment of around US$ 17.07 billion by 2010, while the total investment until 2020 would be around US$ 39.02 billion

 

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

In the recent Union Budget (2007-08), agriculture has got considerable attention with the various policy initiatives from the side of finance ministry. Some of the imp0ortant policies are:

·         During 2006-07 (until December 2006), 53.37 lakh new farmers were brought into the institutional credit system. A target of Rs. 225,000 crore as farm credit and an addition of 50 lakh new farmers to the banking system have been fixed for the year 2007-08. The two per cent interest subvention scheme for short-term crop loans will continue in 2007-08, and a provision of Rs.1,677 crore has been made for that purpose.

·         A special purpose tea fund has been launched for re-plantation and rejuvenation of tea. Government soon plans to put in place similar financial mechanism for coffee, rubber, spices, cashew and coconut.

·         Accelerated Irrigation Benefit Programme (AIBP) has been revamped in order to complete more irrigation projects in the quickest possible time. As against an outlay of Rs.7,121 crore in 2006-07, the outlay for 2007-08 has been increased to Rs.11,000 crore.

·         Rs.17,253 crore had been budgeted for fertilizer subsidies in 2006-07. However, according to the Revised Estimates, this will rise to Rs.22,452 crore.

·         The National Insurance Scheme (NAIS) will be continued for Kharif and Rabi crops during the year 2007-08.

·         The two per cent interest subvention scheme will continue in 2007-08.

·         Rs. 100 crores have been allocated to new Rain fed Area Development Programme, set up for coordinating all schemes for watershed development. 

 

 

 

 

Mineral: Project Opportunities in Andhra Pradesh

 

PROFILE:

A mineral is a naturally occurring solid chemical substance formed through biogeochemical processes, having characteristic chemical composition, highly ordered atomic structure, and specific physical properties. Common rocks are often made up of crystals of several kinds of minerals. Minerals constitute the backbone of economic growth of any nation; India is endowed with significant volume of mineral deposits. It is estimated that India holds abundant reserves of minerals such as non coking coal, iron ore, bauxite (metallurgical grade), dolomite, gypsum, limestone and mica; adequate level of reserves of minerals such as lignite, chromite (metallic), manganese, zinc, graphite; but deficiency in mineral reserves such as coking coal, chromite (refractory grade), bauxite (chemical grade), copper, lead, apatite, rock phosphate and kyanite.

RESOURCES:

Andhra Pradesh is the second largest storehouse of mineral resources in India.  A total of 48 minerals were located with vast explored resources of coal, limestone, bauxite, barites, mica, beach sands, granite, limestone slabs etc., and good resources of oil and natural gas, manganese, asbestos, iron ore, ball clay, fireclay gold, diamond, graphite, dolomite, quartz, tungsten, steatite, feldspar, silica sand, Uranium, beach sands minerals, etc. State is endowed with the internationally known black, pink, blue and multicoloured varieties of granites. Over 400 mines have reported production in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Some of the major mineral based industries in the state include cement, ceramic & refractories, and sulphuric acid.

The state stands First in value of mineral production, contributing 9 to 10 per cent of the country’s mineral value production. Andhra Pradesh has huge reserves of key minerals such as coal, limestone, granite, bauxite and barytes. In fact, the state is estimated to have one-third of the country's total mineral wealth. Andhra Pradesh is the only southern state with coal deposits and has 20 per cent of the country's limestone reserves and 27 per cent of its bauxite reserves. The world's best granite, Black Galaxy, is found only in Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh is the second largest producer of cement in the country

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

The Andhra Pradesh mineral policy aims at optimum exploitation, scientific development, value addition, marketing and exports under private and joint sectors. Mineral, cement and jewellery sectors are identified as thrust areas in the international policy. Simplified entrepreneur friendly structural changes are brought out in the state mineral policy, decentralised, deregulated and introduced prefixed time frame in the processing of mineral concessions at each level for faster implementation of projects. The government has thrown the mineral sector open for private investment & like to withdraw from areas in which their presence is no longer required & disinvest from these public sectors. The ministry of mines regulates & promotes the activities of mining in the country and is responsible for survey and exploration of all the minerals other than coal, natural gas, petroleum and atomic minerals; mining & metallurgy of non ferrous metals like aluminium, copper, zinc,  lead, gold, nickel; providing administration for prospecting and mining laws

 

Tourism: Project Opportunities in Andhra Pradesh

PROFILE:

India’s tourism industry is experiencing a strong period of growth, driven by the burgeoning Indian middle class, growth in high spending foreign tourists, and coordinated government campaigns to promote ‘Incredible India’. Tourism in India is the largest service industry, with a contribution of 6.23% to the national GDP and 8.78% of the total employment in India. The tourism industry has helped growth in other sectors as diverse as horticulture, handicrafts, agriculture, construction and even poultry.

RESOURCES:

Andhra Pradesh has a variety of attractions including beaches, hills, wildlife, forests and temples. The state has a rich cultural heritage and is known for its rich history, architecture and culture. Andhra Pradesh is the top tourist destination in India. The weather is mostly tropical. Andhra Pradesh attracts the largest number of tourists in India. 3.2 million Visitors visit the state every year. With more than 600 tourist locations, the second largest coast line in the country, 1000 years of history and pilgrimage centres of every major religion of India, Andhra Pradesh is truly "The essence of India". Many sites still depict that Buddhism had its major significance and it was a prime Buddhist centre. Andhra Pradesh is popularly known as “Food bowl of South”. Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh, which is a rich cultural city with many places of interests, palaces, museums, parks and religious sites. Andhra Pradesh is home to many wildlife and natural forest reserves with a large variety of flora and fauna. Diverse landscapes, deciduous forest, coastal belt, dense mangrove forest and many rivers of religious importance also originate in Andhra Pradesh. Largest Indian tiger reserve at Nallamala forest and pelican refuge at Kolleru Lake forms an important location for wildlife lovers.

 

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

Some of the salient features of the Tourism Policy are:

·         The policy proposes the inclusion of tourism in the concurrent list of the Constitution to enable both the central and state governments to participate in the development of the sector.

·         No approval required for foreign equity of up to 51 per cent in tourism projects. NRI investment up to 100% allowed.

·         Automatic approval for Technology agreements in the hotel industry, subject to the fulfilment of certain specified parameters.

·         Concession rates on customs duty of 25% for goods that are required for initial setting up, or for substantial expansion of hotels.

·         50% of profits derived by hotels, travel agents and tour operators in foreign exchange are exempt from income tax. The remaining profits are also exempt if reinvested in a tourism related project.

 

Automotive Industry: Project Opportunities in Andhra Pradesh

PROFILE:

The automotive industry in India is one of the largest in the world and one of the fastest growing globally. India's passenger car and commercial vehicle manufacturing industry is the seventh largest in the world, with an annual production of more than 3.7 million units. Automotive industry is the key driver of any growing economy. It plays a pivotal role in country's rapid economic and industrial development. It caters to the requirement of equipment for basic industries like steel, non-ferrous metals, fertilisers, refineries, petrochemicals, shipping, textiles, plastics, glass, rubber, capital equipments, logistics, paper, cement, sugar, etc. It facilitates the improvement in various infrastructure facilities like power, rail and road transport. Due to its deep forward and backward linkages with almost every segment of the economy, the industry has a strong and positive multiplier effect and thus propels progress of a nation. The automotive industry comprises of the automobile and the auto component sectors.

 

 

RESOURCES:

Andhra Pradesh recognizes the enormous economic potential of automotive industry for the future development of the state. The economic benefits of the automobile industry to a host economy are legion. The immediate tangible benefits of the automotive industry are employment generation, fast development of key linkage industries liked steel, plastics, paints, etc., improvement in technological and related skill levels in various supporting industries, increased exports, increased revenues, etc. The automotive component manufacturing industry has a major share in the economic map of Andhra Pradesh. An abundance of skilled and non-skilled labourers helped the industry flourish in Andhra Pradesh and today there are more than 100 automotive component manufacturing companies in the state. 

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

The government policies on Indian automobile industry have been framed in order to aid in the expansion of the automobiles sector in India. The Auto Policy has spelt out the direction of growth for the auto sector in India and addresses most concerns of the automobile sector, including-

·         Promotion of R&D in the automotive sector to ensure continuous technology up gradation, building better designing capacities to remain competitive.

·         Impetus to Alternative Fuel Vehicles through appropriate long term fiscal structure to facilitate their acceptance.

·         Emphasis on low emission fuel auto technologies and availability of appropriate auto fuels and encouragement to construction of safer bus/truck bodies - subjecting unorganised sector also to 16% excise duty on body building activity as in case of OEMs.

The government has recently proposed for an infrastructure that will provide one stop clearance for any kind of proposal for foreign direct investment in the automotive sector. This will include the local clearance system also for the same purpose. There are also plans for imposing a 100 % tax deduction on export profits. The government has also proposed for a concession in import duty for the establishment of new manufacturing units and industrial holdings.

 

 

 

Biotechnology: Project Opportunities in Andhra Pradesh

 

PROFILE:

Biotechnology is gaining increasing ground in India. It is said that the 21st century belongs to this technology. Biotechnology is a frontier technology which has the potential to provide very substantial benefits to society in a wide range of sectors such as agriculture, medical and health, forestry, animal husbandry, environment protection, and improving the quality of products and services. The frontier technology is finding application in the field of healthcare, food, agriculture, horticulture, biopharmaceuticals, environmental protection, etc. The commercialisation of this technique for the betterment of mankind is poised to grow rapidly. The State is leading centre for Biotechnology and several global and Indian Biotechnological companies, global renowned research institutions.

RESOURCES:

Andhra Pradesh is the leading centre for Biotechnology and is known as Vaccine Capital of India. The Biotech industry is Andhra Pradesh accounts for 43% of the total biotech revenue generated by companies in South India. Hyderabad has become the Centre for International Bio Events like Bio India and Bio Asia. Technology will play a critical role in accelerating the pace of development in the State. Andhra Pradesh is endowed with rich bio-resources. There are 7 agro-climatic zones across the State, with 19 major food and commercial crops grown in different parts of the State. There are more than 5000 species of trees and, out of these, 2000 species are flowering trees. About 40 percent of the land is utilised for agriculture and 23 percent of the land is covered by forests in the State. Andhra Pradesh has unique proven expertise, commercial success and thus a competitive edge in biotechnology. With the increasing convergence of these technologies, Andhra Pradesh is poised to forge further ahead. In Agri-biotech, tissue culture for food crops and ornamental plants has been taken up in several parts of the state with considerable success.

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

The Government of Andhra Pradesh has identified the biotechnology sector as engine of economic growth and one of the thrust areas that has the potential to make a positive contribution to the life of the common man. The Government has consistently pursued proactive policies and undertaken several initiatives to support and promote the biotechnology sector in the State. Government of Andhra Pradesh has several firsts to its credits in the area of Bio sector. Key Highlights of the Policy:

·         Single Window Clearance System

·         Sales tax of 1%

·         Provision of rebate based on the employment opportunity created

·         To support the various initiatives being undertaken, the Government proposes to redraft the biotech policy and introduce positive changes that would enable an investor friendly environment.

 

 

Waste management: Project Opportunities in Andhra Pradesh

PROFILE:

Waste utilization, recycling and reuse plays a major role in limiting resource consumption and the environmental impact of waste. Recycling is an integral part of any waste management system as it represents a key utilization alternative to reuse and energy recovery (Waste-to-Energy). Which option is ultimately chosen depends on the quality, purity and the market situation. Hazardous waste management is a new concept for most of the Asian countries including India. The lack of technical and financial resources and the regulatory control for the management of hazardous wastes in the past had led to the unscientific disposal of hazardous wastes in India, which posed serious risks to human, animal and plant life.

 

RESOURCES:

In A.P., the collection and transportation constitutes 80 to 95% of total budget of solid waste management, hence it forms key component in determining the economics of whole waste management. Besides other factors like collection and transportation time, routing, the design and carrying capacity of vehicles, types of bins will have bearing effect on the efficient waste management system. It is preferable to use vehicles having mechanical loading system and with closed system of having no dust/smell nuisance during the transportation.

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

National policy on waste management is set out in the October 1998 policy statement on waste management - Changing our Ways. It outlines the Government's policy objectives in relation to waste management, and suggests some key issues and considerations that must be addressed to achieve these objectives. The policy is firmly grounded in an internationally recognised hierarchy of options, namely prevention, minimisation, reuse/recycling, and the environmentally sustainable disposal of waste which cannot be prevented or recovered.

 

Petroleum, petrochemicals, Chemicals: Project Opportunities in Andhra Pradesh

PROFILE:

The Petroleum, Chemical and Petrochemical industry in India is well established and has recorded a steady growth over the years. The industry offers a wide scope for development that contributes positively to economic growth and regional development. The future outlook for the industry is bright with positive developments anticipated in various chemical and sub-sectors. The Indian chemical industry is an integral component of the Indian economy contributing around 67% id Indian GDP (Gross Domestic Product). In terms of consumption the chemical Industry is its own largest customer and accounts for approximately 33% of the consumption. Chemical Industries are very important for the economy of any country. This is because; these Chemical Industries supply the farmers Pesticides and Fertilizers which are essential for crop growing. In this way Chemical Industries contribute to agriculture and food self sufficiency of every country.

RESOURCES;

Andhra Pradesh is identified to locate PCPIR (Petroleum, Chemical, and Petro-Chemical Investment Regions) near Visakhapatnam in an area of 250 Sq. Kms (62,000 acres).

 

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilisers, Department of Chemicals & Petrochemicals, and Government of India had prepared the PCPIR policy duly addressing the following issues and policy would be announced very shortly:

·         Feedstock availability and its pricing,

·         Incentives and package of the Government of  India,

·         Identification of location of PCPIRs,

·         legal framework for the PCPIR policy,

·         State’s commitment and their incentive  packages

·         Mechanism for inter-action with identified / prospective investor’s / developers.

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Soap Manufacturing Business | Startup Plan on Liquid Hand Soap, Foam & Bath Soap

Liquid hand soap and foam soap differ from traditional bar soaps in that they usually come as a liquid or a creamy solution. They typically contain a combination of plant-based and synthetic detergents that come together to effectively remove dirt and germs. These can be either antibacterial or non-antibacterial. Manufacturers also use their own proprietary formulas to produce effective foaming agents. Bath soap is made using similar ingredients as those found in liquid hand soaps and foam soaps. Like them, it is non-irritating, pH balanced and leaves behind a pleasant fragrance after use. Start a Business in Surfactants Industry, Click Here Uses Body soap is an alkaline cleanser used for cleaning. Most soaps are made from oils or fats; these ingredients react with an alkali to form a salt and water when mixed together in a solution. Additional oils or fats can be added to alter its characteristics and final appearance. This type of soap is a common ingredient in liquid hand soap, foam and bath soap. Watch Video: Soap Manufacturing Business Plan | Liquid Hand Soap, Foam & Bath Soap It is helpful in protecting your skin from diseases like eczema, fungal infections and dry skin. It has antibacterial properties that protect you from infections which can be caused by harmful bacteria. They cleanses hands and other body parts thoroughly. It is used in residential as well as commercial places for hand wash and bathing purposes respectively. Since these products are made from mild and natural ingredients; they don’t react with chemicals present in water hence it does not harm our skin or affect its pH levels. Also, liquid soap is more hygienic than bar soaps because we can easily control how much soap to use on our hands or when we bathe. All these points make them indispensable for households and offices alike. They come in various sizes, shapes and fragrances, being available at a range of prices too. Related Project Report: Production of Liquid Hand Soap, Foam & Bath Soap Manufacturing Process Start with saponification of oils or fats. The glycerol obtained in soap making is used as a non-food product in products such as detergents and cosmetics. Animal fat sources such as lard and tallow are processed by rendering to obtain glycerol for use in a wide variety of consumer and industrial products. Fats from plant sources, including coconut oil and palm oil are processed similarly for use in many different consumer applications including soaps and biodiesel. Glycerol from all these sources is typically derived using one of three processes: wet chemical (lye) method, dry method, or alcohol method. Read our Books Here: Soaps, Detergents, Acid Slurry, Cleaners, Toiletries, Washing Powder, Cake (Bar), Laundry Care, Fabric Wash, Household Detergent, Industrial Detergents, Synthetic Detergent, Toilet Soap, Liquid Soap, Depilatories, Surfactants, Disinfectants Manufacturing Wet chemical process utilizes potassium hydroxide as an alkali agent for saponification, whereas dry process uses sodium hydroxide to make fatty acids into soaps. In alcohol processing, vegetable oils are mixed with methanol and subjected to ultrasonic energy until all molecules split into their constituent parts: glycerol and fatty acids. Some soaps are made by reacting sulfuric acid with rendered animal fat. Watch other Informative Videos: Soap, Detergents, Surfactants, Cleaners, Cleaning Powder, Laundry Care, fabric care and wash, Household and Industrial Detergents These reactions yield glycerols, which can be converted into a number of useful derivatives; soap has been traditionally used both personally and commercially as an emulsifying agent that assists in removing dirt and grease from skin or hair when combined with water. Saponified olive oil differs markedly from castile soap. Castile soap is almost pure sodium oleate (and has relatively little natural glycerin left); it was originally made by boiling beef or mutton fat with a strongly alkaline solution derived from hardwood ashes. 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Increasing consumer awareness towards safety and hygiene as bacteria’s and germs are the major cause of spread of diseases will drive the product demand. In addition, growing consumer spending on personal hygiene is expected to promote the products. Start a Business in Potential Countries for Doing Business Rising spread of various disease among human, especially after the outbreak of covid-19 all over the worldwide led to increase in the demand for liquid hand soaps in numerous sectors includes hospitals, malls, offices, restaurants, and many others. Additionally, the government recommendation to prevent the spread of coronavirus such as issued recommendation for maintaining hand hygiene, which includes frequent handwashing, also support the rising demand for liquid hand soaps in the global market. Also, the bath soap market is further expected to grow at a CAGR of 5% between 2021 and 2026 to reach a value of almost USD 27.5 billion. 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Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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Profitable Business of Magnesium Sulphate

Magnesium sulphate is an inorganic salt with the formula MgSO4(H2O)x, where 0x7 is the number of atoms in the formula. Epsomite (MgSO4•7H2O), often known as Epsom salt, is a heptahydrate sulphate mineral that is commonly encountered. It works by boosting water in the intestines and replacing magnesium in the body. Magnesium sulphate is a laxative that can be taken orally to ease occasional constipation and to treat magnesium deficiency; however, the bulk of it is used in agriculture. The FDA has not approved all external applications for magnesium sulphate. Magnesium Sulphate is a chemical compound that contains magnesium, oxygen, and sulphur. Magnesium sulphate is also known as sulphate mineral and epsomite, both of which are used to make Epsom Salt. Magnesium sulphate has use in a variety of areas, including healthcare, agriculture, medicines, food additives, and others. It is employed both internally and externally in the medical field. Depending on the concentration, magnesium sulphate has a bitter or salty flavour. At low concentrations, it has a salty flavour, however at high concentrations, it has a bitter flavour. As a result, it may have the potential to be utilised as a salt substitute. Magnesium sulphate comes in heptahydrate, monohydrate, anhydrous, and dry forms, each carrying the equivalent of 2 to 3 hydration fluids. Natural sources of magnesium sulphate include saltwater, mineral springs, and minerals like kieserite and epsomite. The heptahydrate of magnesium sulphate is made by dissolving kieserite in water and then crystallising the heptahydrate. Magnesium sulphate is a fertiliser, a food supplement in animal feed, and a cathartic and analgesic in medicine. It is employed as a coagulating agent in rubber and plastics, in various plating baths, and as a drying agent for various organic solvents in the textile industry, as well as in the manufacturing of citric acid, magnesium stearate, monosodium gluconate, and various photographic solutions. After rising at a CAGR of 5.1 percent from 2021 to 2026, the Magnesium Sulfate Market is expected to reach $1,233.3 million by 2026. In the years ahead, the growing requirement to produce high agricultural yields, combined with the significant growth of the global agricultural business, is likely to be the primary driver of demand growth. Furthermore, the increased use of magnesium sulphate in the personal care and cosmetics sector to formulate a variety of important personal care items, such as hair products, skincare products, sun-tan products, and skin fresheners, will create new opportunities for the global magnesium sulphate industry to grow. Few Indian Major Players 1. Aksharchem (India) Ltd. 2. Liberty Phosphate Ltd. 3. Pioneer Magnesia Works Pvt. Ltd. 4. Sam Industries Ltd. 5. Welterman International Ltd. 6. Yash Chemex Ltd.
Plant capacity: Magnesium Sulphate: 72 MT Per DayPlant & machinery: 2.56 Cr
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 9 Cr
Return: 29.00%Break even: 58.00%
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Production Business of Zinc Sulphate

Zinc sulphate is a crystalline substance that is highly water soluble, clear, and colourless. It's also known as white vitriol and comes in the heptahydrate form, ZnSO4 •7H2O. It's found naturally in the mineral goslarite and can be made by reacting zinc with sulfuric acid. It's used to make lithopone, coagulation baths for rayon, electrolyte for zinc plating, as a mordant in dyeing, as a preservative for skins and leather, and as an astringent and emitic in medicine. Zinc sulphate is primarily utilised in fertiliser applications and as a supplement in animal feed. It's used on crops like pecans, deciduous fruits, peanuts, cotton, corn, and citrus, as well as in swine and poultry feeds. The most frequent dry fertiliser is zinc sulphate, and the most common liquid fertiliser is zinc chelates. Zinc sulphate is a preferred chemical for supplying zinc values in agricultural applications due to its excellent solubility in aqueous environments. Zinc is a necessary component of plant and animal life. It acts as a growth hormone in plants and impacts protein synthesis. Zinc deficiency causes plant stunting, yellowing of the leaves, and lower seed, grain, vegetable, and fruit production. The most popular and most effective long-term technique for addressing zinc deficiency is to apply zinc sulphate to the soil. Zinc sulphate can be sprayed in a band near the seed or as a broadcast treatment that is tilled into the soil. The most efficient placement of the band is to the side and below the seed. Zinc sulphate solution can be used to manufacture zineb (zinc ethylene bisdithiocarbamate). Zineb is a typical agricultural fungicide used to protect crops like apples, pears, cabbage, broccoli, and ornamentals, as well as citrus, stone fruit, cotton, and wheat. Zinc sulphate is used in agriculture to destroy weeds and protect crops from pests. Zinc sulphate is a significant element of the precipitating bath in the manufacturing of viscose rayon and in the electrolyte for zinc plating. Zinc sulphate is used as a mordant in dyeing, as a skin and leather preservative, and as an astringent and emetic in medicine. In the period 2020-2026, the global zinc sulphate market is expected to rise at a robust CAGR of 4.2 percent. The market is being driven by increasing usage as a fertiliser additive in the agriculture industry to prevent and repair zinc deficiency in crops, increased demand for applications of raw material for manufacturing latex products, and usage as a moss control herbicide. Zinc sulphate is used to treat zinc deficiency in humans and as a fertiliser in agricultural sprays to increase soil nutrition, and it is projected to play a significant role in market growth. Few Indian Major Players 1. Agro Phos (India) Ltd. 2. Aksharchem (India) Ltd. 3. Indian Farmers Fertiliser Co-Op. Ltd. 4. Jayshree Chemicals Ltd. 5. Liberty Phosphate Ltd. 6. Yash Chemex Ltd.
Plant capacity: Zinc Sulphate 33%: 2 MT Per Day Zinc Sulphate 21%: 2 MT Per Day Zinc Sulphate 12% Soln.: 2 MT Per DayPlant & machinery: 1.21 Cr
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 3.70 Cr
Return: 22.00%Break even: 60.00%
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Business Industry of Grain Processing (Grading, Cleaning & Packaging of Rice & Pulses)

Four milling is a physical process in which the kernel is cleaned, adjusted to a suitable moisture level, and then mechanically reduced to the proper particle size to produce a four. Fractionation is used in four production not only to separate bran, germ, and endosperm from one another, but also to ensure the milling endosperm particle size is correct. The technique does not include any chemical or heat treatments, and so does not result in grain purification. When comparing levels within the grain and the final mill fractions, the milling process might cause variations in the distribution of pollutants. Pulses are the dried and edible seeds of leguminous plants. Pulses are an integral component of traditional food baskets since they are a low-fat source of protein. These are the most important component of a well-balanced diet and a primary source of protein for India's vegetarians. Dal is typically made using pulses, rice, and chapatti. Dal with onions, tomatoes, and spices is a must-have snack in any home. Pulses are a staple of any vegetarian's diet, yet they're also popular among non-vegetarians. They are the primary protein sources. Pulses are used in a variety of recipes, including hot foods, sweet dishes, and others. Pulses are the most prevalent food in Indian households. Dal is a dry cereal that is consumed to provide the protein needs of a normal human being. Rice is the main source of income for West Bengal's rural inhabitants. Rice is the state's main food crop, out of a variety of crops. With an annual output of roughly 150 lakh tonnes, West Bengal is the country's top rice producer. Rice is made by hulling and dehusking paddy in a rice mill. 65 percent milled rice, 24 percent husk, and 5% bran layers make up the paddy. Humans are unable to ingest paddy in its uncooked form. It must be processed properly in order to yield rice. Rice is one of the world's most important food crops. However, because a large portion of the world rice production is consumed in the nations where it is produced, only a little amount of rice flows around the world. Seed is the most fundamental input in agriculture. The state of agriculture is determined by the quality of seed used by farmers. However, new cultivars and improved integrated crop management approaches are necessary for optimal productivity gains. Peanuts, also known as groundnuts, are a high-value commodity that can be sold raw but is incredibly adaptable and can be utilised in a variety of goods. The oil can be used in cooking, as a shortening, or as a foundation for confectioneries. It can also be used to make peanut butter. Groundnuts come in two varieties: bush and runner. The following are the most common ways that major food grains are used: • Directly as food. • For the generation of starch and the conversion of starch into glucose. • In order to make vegetable oil. • To make food that is high in protein. • For the purpose of making livestock feed. • In directly produced corn steep liquor, which is employed as a vitamin or mineral supply in the fermentation procedure. Food grains are the most common contents. Carbohydrate, protein, fibre, fat, minerals, vitamins, and the moisture outer coatings of cereal grains are all made up of cellulose fibre. When food grains are stored, moisture is lost and the quality deteriorates. Cereal grains are very significant food ingredients. Rice is the primary food source for about half of the world's population. Rice, wheat, and millets are the most commonly consumed cereals in India (jowar, bajra, ragi, etc.) They are the cheapest calorie sources. Cereals are essential sources of nutrients in an average Indian diet since they are consumed in such big quantities. From 2020 to 2027, the market for cereals and grains processing is predicted to rise at a rate of 10.40 percent. In the period 2020-2027, the increased consumption of food products will be the primary factor driving the growth of the cereals and grains processing market. For around 58 percent of India's population, agriculture is their primary source of income. Agriculture, forestry, and fishery had a Gross Value Added of Rs. 19.48 lakh crore (US$ 276.37 billion) in FY20. In FY20, agricultural and allied sectors accounted for 17.8% of India's gross value added (GVA) at current prices. Consumer spending in India would grow by as much as 6.6 percent in 2021, following a pandemic-driven drop. Few Indian Major Players 1. Arvind Kumar Nand Kumar Ltd. 2. Baba Agro Food Ltd. 3. Chennai Gate Rice Inds. Pvt. Ltd. 4. D D International Pvt. Ltd. 5. Fortune Rice Ltd. 6. G P A Capital Foods Pvt. Ltd. 7. Buniyad Foods India Ltd. 8. Hari Bhog Foods Pvt. Ltd.
Plant capacity: Moong Dal: 1 MT Per Day Masur Dal: 1 MT Per Day Toor Dal: 1.5 MT Per Day Chana Dal: 1 MT Per Day Kabuli Chana: 1 MT Per Day Desi Chana: 1.5 MT Per Day Katrni Rice: 1.5 MT Per Day Bengal Joha Rice:1 MPlant & machinery: 63 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 1.65 Cr
Return: 31.00%Break even: 58.00%
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Manufacturing Industry of Kraft Paper

Paper or paperboard (cardboard) made from chemical pulp produced in the kraft process is known as kraft paper or kraft. Sack kraft paper (or simply sack paper) is a porous kraft paper with high elasticity and rip resistance that is used to package products with high strength and durability requirements. The kraft process produces stronger pulp than other pulping methods; acidic sulfite processes degrade cellulose more, resulting in weaker fibres, and mechanical pulping processes leave the majority of the lignin with the fibres, whereas kraft pulping removes the majority of the lignin present in the wood. Low lignin content is critical for the paper's strength because lignin's hydrophobic nature prevents the formation of hydrogen bonds between cellulose (and hemicellulose) in the fibres. Although kraft pulp is darker than other wood pulps, it can be bleached to produce a very white pulp. When strength, whiteness, and resistance to yellowing are critical, fully bleached kraft pulp is used to manufacture high-quality paper. For one reason, paper has long been a standard in packaging: it simply works. Despite all of the options for packaging and shipping protection, Kraft Paper has stood the test of time and has endured. -Strength-: Kraft paper is tough and can endure industrial pressures to keep property and supplies safe. Some people try to utilise lower-quality papers, which have their uses, but Kraft Paper's robustness stands out among other options when it comes to preserving items and materials. -Pallet Uses- Anti-slip Kraft Paper between layers of boxes, bags, and other materials avoids breakage and protects the products being shipped. Using pre-cut sheets speeds up the process of palatalizing products while also saving money in the long term by providing an extra layer of protection. The use of a Kraft Paper cardboard slip sheet on the base layer of palliated objects prevents the entire load from shifting during transportation. -Wrapping Individual Items- Kraft Paper is used to wrap goods individually in pottery stores and craft stores because it provides a cheap layer of protection at a fraction of the cost of alternative materials. Individual things are wrapped in Kraft Paper by manufacturers because they want their products to arrive in one piece and be ready for usage by the consumer or end-user. -Floor Covering- Kraft paper may be easily applied to floors to protect them during manufacture and construction. Some people use Kraft Paper to keep fibreglass from harming their floors. Others utilise Kraft Paper rolls to preserve their customers' floors during remodelling and construction projects. -Paint Masking- Paint overspray can harm an automobile, boat, or structure. By simply masking items to be painted with Kraft Paper, you may avoid unwanted overspray and save time and money. The global kraft paper market is expected to increase at a CAGR of 3.0 percent from USD 15.6 billion in 2019 to USD 18.7 billion by 2025. The rising demand for kraft papers in different end-use sectors such as food & drinks, building & construction, cosmetics & personal care, automotive, and consumer durables is expected to fuel the global kraft paper market's expansion. Furthermore, the kraft paper market is expected to develop due to factors such as rising urbanisation across areas and the recyclability of kraft papers. Few Indian Major Players 1. Aryan Paper Mills Ltd. 2. Best Paper Mills Pvt. Ltd. 3. Dev Priya Papers Pvt. Ltd. 4. Fiesta Papers Pvt. Ltd. 5. Galaxy Papers Pvt. Ltd. 6. Godavari Pulp & Papers Mills Pvt. Ltd. 7. Laxmi Govind Paper & Pulp Mill Pvt. Ltd. 8. Maharaja Paper Inds. Pvt. Ltd.
Plant capacity: Kraft Paper: 200 MT Per DayPlant & machinery: 47.24 Cr
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 74.42 Cr
Return: 26.00%Break even: 49.00%
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Demanding Business of E-Rickshaw Assembling

E Rickshaws are three-wheeled battery-operated vehicles that are considered an upgrade to traditional rickshaws and are more cost-effective than auto rickshaws and other fuel variants. These rickshaws have zero emissions and are frequently argued to be much better than other rickshaws because they are almost pollution-free. E rickshaws are becoming increasingly popular among rickshaw drivers, and they have opened up new prospects for people because they require little investment to earn a living. They provide significant returns in a short period of time, are simple to operate, and have low maintenance and operating costs. Because of its low maintenance costs, low fuel costs, environmental friendliness, lack of noise pollution, ease of operation, and last but not least, livelihood, e-rickshaws have become one of the most popular modes of transportation on city streets. The earnings for an e-rickshaw driver are pretty substantial without putting in much physical effort or investing much money, and it is thus a vital means of income for many. These e-rickshaws have three wheels and a differential system at the back. The chassis of these vehicles is made of mild steel tubing. E-Rickshaw Benefits • Environmentally friendly — because they are battery-powered, e-rickshaws may be the ideal alternative to petrol or diesel-powered cars. Because these rickshaws do not release smoke, they will not contribute to rising air pollution levels. The batteries that will be utilised to power these rickshaws may be effectively recycled, so resolving the issue of battery disposal. • Economical – E-rickshaws are relatively inexpensive and can be readily afforded by the average person. Passengers will be charged a lower transportation fee. It is cost-effective not only for customers, but also for business owners. The batteries can be readily recharged at home or anywhere else that has a suitable voltage. • No Noise Pollution — E-rickshaws do not generate any sound, thus they do not contribute to noise pollution. Passengers can enjoy a pleasant and relaxing trip. • Income — E-rickshaws provide a source of income for both literate and illiterate persons. E-rickshaw drivers may make a solid living without spending a lot of money. • Safety — when compared to other fuel-powered vehicles, e-rickshaws pose a lower danger. Because they are slower and lighter than an auto rickshaw, they are less likely to cause an accident. In the event of fuel-operated vehicles, there is a risk of explosion. • Low Maintenance - Because the engines are powered by electricity, they do not require any fuel. Because e-rickshaws do not have an engine or a transmission, they require less maintenance. In these rickshaws, the motor is smaller, and the battery is located below it. As a result, maintaining them is much easier. During the forecast period, the worldwide e-Rickshaw market is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly 9%. The market's growth can be attributable to cheap transportation costs and low power consumption. E-rickshaws are widely acknowledged as a viable alternative to diesel, gasoline, and compressed natural gas auto rickshaws. Increasing public awareness of air pollution and other environmental issues that can be mitigated through the use of e-rickshaws. The controller, motor, batteries, harness, and throttle are the primary electronic components that make up the drive of an e-rickshaw. Any mismatch between these components is unpleasant and can lower performance. During this time, the worldwide e-Rickshaw market is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly 9%. The market's growth can be attributable to the cheap cost of transportation, which is attributed to more mileage and lower power usage. The e-rickshaw market is expected to be driven by an increase in sales and production of electric cars as an alternative to fuel-based mobility, owing to many government efforts and environmental laws on the electric vehicle industry.
Plant capacity: E-Rickshaw: 200 Nos per dayPlant & machinery: 2.06 Cr.
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 25.80 Cr.
Return: 30.00%Break even: 68.00%
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Setting up a Multispeciality Hospital (200 Bedded)

A hospital is a health-care facility that provides specialised medical and nursing services as well as medical equipment to patients. The most well-known type of hospital is the multispecialty hospital, which often features an emergency room to address urgent health issues such as fire and accident victims, as well as acute illness. Trauma centres, rehabilitation hospitals, children's hospitals, seniors' (geriatric) hospitals, and hospitals for specific medical requirements such as mental care and certain disease categories are all examples of specialised hospitals. When compared to normal hospitals, specialised hospitals can help save money on health treatment. Depending on the sources of revenue, hospitals are categorised as general, speciality, or government. A multi-specialty hospital is a health-care organisation that provides preventive, curative/ameliorative, palliative, or rehabilitative services, according to various definitions. It's designed to help individuals with a variety of diseases. A private hospital is a facility where patients can receive treatment for anything from a little fever to a major surgery. At truth, there are no restrictions on the kind of services that can be provided in a hospital. However, all private hospitals are equipped with the most up-to-date technology and equipment. Surgeons, physicians, E.N.T., specialists, children's specialists, eye surgeons, psychologists, and sex experts are all important in a hospital. The hospital industry's structure is complicated in nature, as it may be viewed from various perspectives. Because each hospital is unique in terms of structure, functions, performance, and the community it serves, each has its own set of characteristics. A speciality hospital is one that focuses on a certain sub-specialty of medicine (Urology, General Surgery, Cosmetic surgery, Bariatric surgery, Clinic Pathology, Padeatrics & Neonatology). For significant procedures, consultations with sub-specialists, and when sophisticated intensive care facilities are necessary, patients are frequently referred from smaller hospitals to a specialty hospital. These hospitals feature highly skilled professionals, cutting-edge equipment, and provide services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Specialized diagnostics, dialysis for acute renal failure, ventilation for patients with respiratory failure, and intensive care for critically ill patients are all available at these facilities. These hospitals conduct research and have a well-stocked library. In 2020, the global hospital market was valued at USD4207.46 billion, and it is predicted to increase at a CAGR of 6.70 percent over the next five years. This is due to the expanding geriatric population, which is afflicted with a variety of chronic ailments such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and renal disease, among others. As a result, the number of patients in need of therapy has grown. Furthermore, rising healthcare expenditures by governments around the world, as well as the penetration of large hospital chains, are likely to drive market expansion in the coming years. Furthermore, through 2026, rising awareness and developments in diagnostic technologies are likely to generate profitable prospects for market expansion. Hospitals, medical devices, clinical trials, outsourcing, telemedicine, medical tourism, health insurance, and medical equipment are all part of India's healthcare industry. The healthcare sector is expanding at a breakneck speed, thanks to expanded coverage, services, and increased spending by both public and private entities. The hospital industry in India, which accounts for 80% of the entire healthcare market, is seeing a lot of interest from both international and domestic investors. The hospital industry is predicted to increase at a CAGR of 16-17 percent from $61.8 billion in 2017 to $132 billion in 2023.
Plant capacity: 200 Bedded HospitalPlant & machinery: 140 Cr
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 212.48 Cr
Return: 27.00%Break even: 50.00%
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Rising Demand in Spinning Mill

The textile business relies heavily on spinning. It is a step in the textile production process that involves converting three types of fibre into yarn, then fabrics, which are subsequently finished with bleaching to form textiles. After that, the fabrics are made into garments or other items. Three industrial spinning technologies are available, as well as a handicraft community that uses hand spinning techniques. Spinning is the technique of twisting together pulled out strands of fibres to make yarn, though it is also used to describe the process of drawing out, twisting, and winding onto bobbins. Spinning is the most expensive step in the process of turning cotton fibres into yarn. Currently, ring-spinning frames create over 85% of the world's yarn, which are designed to draught the roving into the proper yarn size, or count, and impart the correct amount of twist. The strength of the yarn is proportional to the amount of twist. The length to length feed ratio might be anywhere between 10 and 50. Roving bobbins are put on holders that allow the roving to pass freely into the ring-spinning frame's drafting roller. The bobbin's spindle spins at a rapid pace, causing the yarn to expand when the twist is applied. The yarn on the bobbins is too short to be used in following processes, therefore it is doffed into "spinning boxes" and transferred to the next step, which could be spooling or winding. The worldwide textile industry was estimated to be worth USD 1000.3 billion in 2020, and it is forecast to increase at a CAGR of 4.4 percent from 2021 to 2028. Over the forecast period, the market is likely to be driven by rising demand for garments from the fashion industry, as well as the rise of e-commerce platforms. The textile industry is based on three main principles: developing, manufacturing, and distributing various flexible materials like yarn and clothes. Knitting, crocheting, weaving, and other methods are commonly employed to produce a wide range of completed and semi-finished goods in the bedding, clothing, apparel, medical, and other accessory industries. In the Indian manufacturing industry, the textile industry is at the top of the food chain. It was anticipated to contribute 14% to industrial output, 4% to GDP, and around 11% to India's export revenues. Furthermore, it employs over 35 million people directly and is the country's second largest employer. Its direct ties to the rural economy, which rely on fibre crops, are also strongly tied to a variety of crafts, including as those involving cotton, wood, and silk, and handlooms, which employ millions of farmers and craftsmen in rural and semi-urban areas. In a global context, the industry accounts for 61 percent of loomage, 22 percent of spindleage, 12 percent of textile fibres and yarn output, and 25 percent of total world cotton yarn trade. Few Indian Major Players 1. Aarti International Ltd. 2. Bhuvaneshwari Textiles Pvt. Ltd. 3. C T Cotton Yarn Ltd. 4. Dumraon Textiles Ltd. 5. Durairaj Mills Ltd. 6. Emmay Logistics (India) Pvt. Ltd. 7. Eurotex Industries & Exports Ltd.
Plant capacity: 30s Combed Cotton Yarn: 20.8 MT Per Day | Cotton Waste Comber Noil: 3.3 MT Per Day | Cotton Waste Carding: 2 MT Per DayPlant & machinery: 59 Cr
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 82.94 Cr
Return: 26.00%Break even: 45.00%
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Setting a Profitable Business of Edible Oil Refinery (Soya & Palm)

Fruits, plants, and animals are all sources of edible oil. It is used in the preparation of a variety of dishes. Soybean, palm, rapeseed, and sunflower oils are popular with purchasers among the many varieties of edible oils available commercially. Because of the growing popularity of crude, natural, healthy, and organic vegetable oils, the edible oil industry is expected to increase significantly in the future years. Low-fat, low-cholesterol, and low-calorie vegetable oils are expected to increase rapidly as people throughout the world become more health conscious. Edible oils are primarily used in cooking, however oils such as coconut oil, almond oil, and peanut oil are occasionally used in personal care products such as hair oils and soaps. Almond oil is also ideal for producing hard candies. It's perfect for candy centres, fondants, frostings, and fudges. Chocolate and chocolate coatings can be made using this flavour. Vegetable oils are also mixed into animal feed to boost their nutritional intake and fatten them up. Edible oil can be used to make bio-diesel, lubricants, solvents, and emulsions on a modest scale. The oil palm, Elaeisguineensis, is an African native. The oil derived from the mesocarp of the fruit - palm oil - and the kernel of the nut - palm kernel oil - are the major economic assets of this crop. In fact, the oil palm is the only fruit capable of producing both types of oil. Both are edible oils, but their chemical composition, physical qualities, and applications are vastly different. Palm oil is primarily used in the kitchen in the form of cooking oil, margarine, and shortening, but it also has non-food uses in the form of soap, detergent, and cosmetics. Soybean Oil: Soybean oil is high in linoleic and linolenic acid, two important fatty acids. These polyunsaturated fatty acids lower serum cholesterol through reducing lipoprotein (LDL) synthesis and promoting lipoprotein breakdown, as well as by the impact of linolenic acid. Linolenic acid lowers plaque development and thrombosis via boosting prostaglandin E3 production and lowering platelet aggregation. Edible oil is a type of cooking oil made from the fat of plants, animals, or microbes. At room temperature, edible oils are liquid and safe to consume. Triacylglycerides make up 96 percent of edible oils. Edible oils include ghee, mustard oil, sunflower oil, olive oil, rice brown oil, groundnut oil, soya oil, and palm oil, to name a few. Edible oils include trace levels of antioxidants that keep them from oxidising. Antioxidants are also added to edible oils to extend their shelf life. Antioxidants must, however, be provided in adequate amounts. The global demand for edible oils is expected to reach its peak due to increased awareness and appeal of unprocessed, non-refined, nutritious organic oils. The need for edible oils is being driven by the increased demand for omega 3 acid in foods. Due to a solid supply chain of edible oil products, the retail segment will further broaden the scope of growth for the edible oils market. More attractive growth prospects for the edible oils business will be created as personal disposable income rises. The global edible oil market is expected to increase at a CAGR of 3.57 percent from USD96.878 billion in 2019 to USD119.571 billion by the end of 2025, from a market size of USD96.878 billion in 2019. Because of the growing popularity of unrefined, unprocessed, nutritious, and organic oil, the worldwide edible oil industry is expected to develop significantly. Due to increased health consciousness among people all over the world, vegetable oils with minimal cholesterol, fat, and calories are anticipated to acquire a lot of traction in the future years. Furthermore, considerable improvements in the retail network, rising agricultural yields, oil output, and expanding economies are some of the primary factors driving the global edible oil industry forward. Few Indian Major Players 1. Adani Wilmar Ltd. 2. Betul Oil Ltd. 3. Divya Jyoti Inds. Ltd. 4. Edible Products (India) Ltd. 5. G-One Agro Products Ltd. 6. Hindustan Vegetable Oils Corpn. Ltd. 7. Itarsi Oils & Flours Pvt. Ltd.
Plant capacity: Refined Palm Oil: 50 MT Per Day | Refined Soya Oil: 50 MT Per Day Plant & machinery: 7 Cr
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 36.14 Cr
Return: 27.00%Break even: 45.00%
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Start Manufacturing of Aluminium Ingots from Aluminium Scrap

Aluminum is a light-weight silver-white metallic element that accounts for about 7% of the earth's crust. Steel (7480-8000 Kg/cubic metre) and copper (8930 Kg/cubic metre) weigh about a third as much. Aluminum is malleable, ductile, and easy to cast, with good corrosion resistance and durability. It is mined as bauxite ore and occurs predominantly as alumina when combined with oxygen. India possesses about 10% of the world's bauxite reserves and a bauxite-dependent aluminium industry. Demand is predicted to increase by 8-10% in the domestic market. India is estimated to have a capacity of 1.7 to 2 million tonnes of aluminium installed by 2020. Blooms, billets, and slabs are smaller casting results, whereas ingots are larger and more shaped. The cross section of an ingot is usually rectangular or square, but it is not required to be uniform across its length. (The cross section of the ingot may vary.) India's share of the global aluminium market is expected to be around 3%. After Australia (62 million tonnes), Guinea (17.50 million tonnes), Brazil (16.20 million tonnes), and China, India ranks fifth in bauxite output (10.75 mntonnes). With a total output of 9.25 million tonnes, India contributes around 6% of the world's total production of 159 million tonnes. India ranks sixth in reserves base, ahead of China with 2300 million tonnes. With a total output of 3 mntonnes, India ranked sixth in alumina production, accounting for approximately 5% of global production of 61 mntonnes. Aluminium is used in a wide range of applications, from aeroplane construction to packaging, with the electrical industry being a major consumer. The two sectors that account for more than half of the overall offtake are electricity and transportation. Power, transportation, consumer durables, packaging, and construction are the most important consumer industries in India. Power is the largest consumer (about 44% of total), followed by infrastructure (17%) and transportation (13%). (about 10 percent to 12 percent). Over the next five years, India's aluminium industry is expected to see a significant increase in demand. To add additional value to their downstream product portfolios, major companies are increasing large capacity and investing in new technology. This is being done to capitalise on rising demand in the building and construction sector, as well as transportation (metro and high-speed railway coaches), electrical and electronic consumer durables, and next-generation applications such as solar reflectors. Aluminum is also employed in the defence sector to make naval ships and surveillance drones. Few Indian Major Players 1. Aravali Infrapower Ltd. 2. Baheti Metal & Ferro Alloys Ltd. 3. Bothra Metals & Alloys Ltd. 4. Gravita India Ltd. 5. Indo Alusys Inds. Ltd. 6. Namo Alloys Pvt. Ltd. 7. Nealex Alloys Pvt. Ltd. 8. Perfect Alloys & Steel Ltd.
Plant capacity: Aluminium Alloy Ingots: 14 MT per day | Aluminium Scrap: 0.23 MT per dayPlant & machinery: 7 Cr
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project:Rs. 33.15 Cr
Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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