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Rubber is a versatile product with multiple usages. It is grown in various countries worldwide and plays a crucial role in the Indian economy too. India is one of the leading rubber producers in the world.

The use of rubber is widespread, ranging from household to industrial products, entering the production stream at the intermediate stage or as final products. Tyre and tubes are the largest consumers of rubber. The remaining 44% is taken up by the general rubber goods sector, which includes all products, except tyres and tubes. Synthetic rubber is mainly used for the production of auto tyres and tubes, cycle tyres and tubes and footwear. Other applications for the synthetic variety are camel back, belts and hoses. The market segmentation includes Auto tyres and tubes   56%, Bicycle tyres and tubes    9%, Footwear    18%, Latex goods    8%, Belts and hoses    4%, Camelback   5%.

          India, being the fourth largest producer of natural rubber in world, is considered to be one of the key players in the global rubber business. The entire requirement of rubber-based industries for natural rubber, synthetic rubber, rayon and nylon tyre cord, steel cord, carbon black and rubber chemicals, etc is being met from indigenous sources. Rapid progress has also been made in the production of natural rubber.

          There are about 5000 units comprising 30 large-scale, 300 medium scale and around 4600 small-scale and tiny sector units. These units manufacture more than 35,000 rubber products.

The main producer of synthetic rubber in India has been Synthetics and Chemicals, Apar Industries, Apcotex Lattices and Unimers India. Synthetics and Chemicals had closed down.

          The future for natural rubber looks bright. Ever increasing volumes are being produced. At 5.92 million tonnes per annum, natural rubber has 39 per cent of the world rubber consumption of 15.14 million tonne per annum. The rubber industry is expected to grow at over 8 per cent per annum this decade, as the per capita consumption of rubber is 0.8 kg against 14 kg in the developed world. India is likely to become the world's third-largest producer of natural rubber after Thailand and Indonesia, Rubber Board sources said. And with crude prices unlikely to come down, synthetic rubber is likely to remain a costly alternative. With accelerating demand from automobile industry and other rubber consuming industries in developing countries, the shortage of natural rubber is likely to aggravate in coming years. There exists a huge scope for expansion causing import of machinery, technology and raw materials and export of rubber goods.

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CYCLE AND VAN TYRE AND TUBES - 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

Tyres are ring shaped parts, either pneumatic or solid, that fit around wheels to protect them and enhance their function. Tyres are used on many types of vehicles such as bicycles, motorcycles, cars, trucks, earthmovers and aircrafts. Tires form a flexible cushion between the vehicle and the road which smooths out shock and makes for a comfortable ride. Major raw materials used in tyres are rubber, fillers, carbon black, nylon, rayon, steel and plasticizers like oil and resins and various chemicals for vulcanization. Tyres are produced by melting rubber pallets and additives into sheets, then binding the sheets with reinforcement such as steel wire and moulding the sheets into tread patterns and wheels. Tyre industry is mainly dominated by the organized sector. The major players in Indian market in the organized tyre segment are MRF, Apollo tyres, Ceat and JK Industries which account for 63% of the organized tyre market. MRF is the largest tyre manufacturer in the country, has strong brand equity which it rules supreme in the Industry. Indian manufacturers are looking at increasing their global footprints. The demand of tyre is increasing rapidly, so there is wide scope for new entrepreneurs. Capacity : 45000 Pcs/year Cycle Tyres : 45000 Pcs/year Cycle Tubes : 45000 Pcs/year Van Tyres : 45000 Pcs/year Van Tubes
Plant capacity: -Plant & machinery: 70 lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 102 lakhs
Return: 43.00%Break even: 70.00%
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RUBBERISED CORK SHEET - 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

Cork is the suberous covering of the species quercus suber 'L' commonly known as the cork oak. Cork is one of the most versatile natural raw materials known. The European union, and particularly the Southern Mediterranean countries, is the worlds major producer of cork. Today cork products are used for thermal insulation in refrigerators and rockets, acoustic insulation in submarines and recording studios, seals and joints in wood wind instruments and combustion engines etc. The Europeon Union, and particularly the Southern Mediterranean Countries, is the worlds major producer of cork. Cork composites are part of the current cork derivatives and are one of the most promising fields of cork technology evolution. In past it was noted that a huge volume of cork waste material was produced and there was a need of its utilization. Composite materials including cork were a way to fulfill this need. Several undocumented experiments were carried out at an industrial level and lead to many of the current commercial cork composites.
Plant capacity: 1000.00 KGS./dayPlant & machinery: 41 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 194 Lakhs
Return: 43.00%Break even: 40.00%
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TENNIS BALL (USED IN PLAYING CRICKET) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

The game of Tennis is one of the most popular sports throughout the world. Tennis is also being popular in our country. India has produced some of the very famous player like Ram Nath Krishan, Vijay Amritraj etc. in contemporary tennis, which shows the extent of popularity in our country. Tennis ball cricket is a variant of cricket popular in the Indian subscontinent and every South Asians living in the US and Canada. In this game a more difficult version of tennis ball is used. The ball is not as hard as cricket ball. The tennis ball cricket games are shorter versions to first-class cricket matches; they are especially suited to recreational weekend play. The tennis ball used in playing cricket is of high quality. It is used both for any indoor and outdoor play. The felt covered ball has a solid core. It is much to same in size to the tennis ball. This ball does not loose shape, keeps its firmness. It does not puncture, or deflate due to loss in pressure. This ball comes in many colours. They are red, yellow, green, white and orange. The weight range from 60 gms to 120 gms. Tennis ball is used to play the Tennis. Sometimes Tennis ball is used for playing cricket. Children play it more otherwise also i.e. in their homes they play catch to catch which help them in practicing of some other games. It also help them learning art of catching the ball. The process of manufacture for Tennis Balls is quite simple and does not need even much investment including fixed and working capital. No foreign exchange is involved in the plant for manufacturing of tennis balls. India exports to some 50 countries including developed countries like U.S.A, U.K. to small countries like Fiji, Nepal etc. The share of U.K., U.S.A. and Australia together is found around 40% in total export of sports goods from India. There is good domestic as well as export demand of Tennis ball.
Plant capacity: 1200 Nos./Day Plant & machinery: 10 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 86 Lakhs
Return: 43.00%Break even: 44.00%
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WASTE TYRE PYROLYSIS - 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

With the phenomenal increase in number of automobiles in India during recent years the demand of tyres as original equipment and as replacement has also increased. As every new tyre produced is destined to go to waste stream for disposal or recycling or reclamation, despite its passage through retreading process, the number of used tyres being discarded is going to increase significantly. Timely action regarding recycling of used tyres is necessary in view to solve the problem of disposal of used tyres keeping in view the increasing cost of raw material, resource constraints and environmental problems including fire and health hazards associated with the stockpiles of the used tyres. The world generates about 1.5 billion waste tyres annually, 40 percent of them in emerging markets such as China, India, South America, Southeast Asia, South Africa and Eastern Europe. In India, all new vehicles have radial tyres, so now there are piles of radial tyres here. Analysis indicates that 0.6 Million Tons of tyres scrap is generated in the country annually. It is commonly accepted in the tyre industry that about one tyre per person per year is discarded. Since there is no industry group or governmental agency that monitors tyre disposal in the country, the best estimates that can be made are based on tyre production. So supply situation of scrap tyres is only going to improve in years to come as a result of growing vehicle population in India. Mandatory scrapping of all ELV (End of Life Vehicles), in metros by 2010-11 and across India by 2012-13 is also likely to ensure large scale availability of scrap tyres at select locations there by encouraging organized players. The management of scrap tyres has become a growing problem in recent years. Scrap tyres represent one of several special wastes that are difficult for municipalities to handle. Whole tyres are difficult to landfill because they tend to float to the surface. These stockpiles are also direct loss of energy and resources in addition to fire & health hazard and other environmental issues. The main constituent of a tyre is rubber and the largest single application of rubber is vehicle tyres. Also the requirement of tyre is directly related to growth of automobile. The production of automobiles is forecast to continue to rise and is indicative of buoyant economic conditions for tyre industry, but at the same time guarantee and annual discarded scrap tyre volume growing at the same rate as new tyre manufacture. Waste represents a threat to the environment and human health if not handled or disposed of properly. According to this hierarchy, the priority of any country should be to extract the maximum practical benefits from products and prevent and minimize the waste that is generated. Thus, strategies for waste disposal should focus on waste prevention and minimization through the ‘3 Rs’ - Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Gasification/Pyrolysis are two related forms of thermal treatment where Waste materials are heated to high temperatures with limited oxygen availability. Tyre to Energy Alternatives Tyres have a fuel value of 12,000 to 16,000 Btu per pound, slightly higher than that of coal. With existing technology, tyre combustion can meet environmental requirements. Combustion facilities currently using tyres as fuel include: Power plants, Tyre manufacturing plants, Cement kilns, Pulp and paper plants & Small package steam generators etc. Waste Tyre Pyrolysis: Pyrolysis of tyres involves the application of heat to produce chemical changes and derive various products such as carbon black, fuel oil, steel wires and combustible gases. The history of tyre pyrolysis projects to date indicates that the problems blocking them have been technical and economic. These include the problems of upgrading the carbon black by-product while keeping down the operating cost of the process and the capital cost of the plant. Recently, there has been a technical advance in char upgrading which have helped tyre pyrolysis economically feasible. Given below is the Input to Output ratio: Input Material: Waste Tyre Input : 1000 Kgs Output - 450 lit of Industrial Fuel oil - 125 Kg of Petroleum Gas - 330 Kg of Carbon Black - Up to 110 Kg of Steel wires Output is fuel oil which is mixture of petrol, diesel and kerosene. This Fuel oil can be directly used in boilers, generators, thermic fluid heaters, hot air generators, hot water generators, Furnace etc. Economics A preliminary cost analysis for a proposed tyre reprocessing unit is done on the following formula which is used to evaluate process economics. The process is highly profitable even for a small to larger unit capacity. The following formula is used to evaluate the process economics: P=F+R-C-T-S-D Where P is the profit, F is the tipping fee collected for tyre disposal, R is the revenue received from the sale of products, C is the processing cost of transportation of tyres, S is the cost of tyre cutting or shredding, and D is the cost of disposal of waste products. A small unit for tyre pyrolysis can cost from Rs 3.5 Crores to Rs 4.0 Crores depending on the capacity of the unit. This capital cost of investment will increase as the capacity of the unit increases. Conclusion Tyres should be utilized to minimize environmental impact and maximize conservation of natural resources. The management of scrap tyres has become a growing problem in recent years. But the pyrolysis technology has a great potential for using a major portion of scrap tyres generated each year, and actually reducing the tyre stockpiles that is in other words to convert waste stream of tyres into marketable products. Waste tyre pyrolysis has indeed identified existing and potential source reduction and utilization methods which will be effective in solving the tyre problem in the coming years.
Plant capacity: -Plant & machinery: -
Working capital: -T.C.I: -
Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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AUTOMOTIVE TYRE PLANT - 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

The Indian tyre industry has come of age with the manufacture of almost all types of tyres. The industry has an estimated turnover of close to Rs 100 bn. It is made up of 40 players with an installed capacity of 57.3 mn tyres. The industry claims a perceptible export market. The tyre industry in India has had a long history of over 75 years. Three major multinationals, Firestone, Goodyear and Dunlop, have been operating for a long time. Later came in CEAT. During the 1960s and 1970s the dominance of the MNCs was greatly diluted with the entry of Premier, Inchek and MRF. The Indian presence did not stop there. Several new Indian plants were set up, which included those of Modis, JKs, Raunaq Singh group's Apollo Tyres, TVS group and Vikrant. Firestone was acquired by Modis, Dunlop by Manu Chabbria group and CEAT by Duncans (later RPG group). Birla Tyres made a late comer's entry into the industry. The demand of tyres flows from three segments - orginal equipment (OE), replacements and exports. Of the three, the replacement market is the primary source of demand, followed by the OE segment and exports. In India, a large & diverse country, conditions under which tyres are used for different purposes constitute an astonishing variety. Climatic conditions are vastly different & instances may be when trucks with some tyres have to travel through arid, wet, hot, cold & snow-covered conditions in various types of terrains. Overloading of trucks, buses or cars much beyond the permitted load bearing capacities of these vehicles is a regular feature. Hence, in the developing countries like India, where the road conditions are not comparable with developed countries, preference, so far has been towards bias angle. Although some radial passenger car tyres have also been introduced in the market. The commercial vehicles users, especially those engaged in conveying goods by trucks, tempos, etc for transporting goods; need to load goods strictly as per loading capacity. Overloading directly affects the life of the tyre. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Apollo Tyres Ltd. Balkrishna Industries Ltd. Bridgestone India Pvt. Ltd. Ceat Ltd. Dewan Tyres Ltd. Dunlop India Ltd. Eco Wheels Pvt. Ltd. Falcon Tyres Ltd. Goodyear India Ltd. Govind Rubber Ltd. J K Tyre & Inds. Ltd. Krypton Industries Ltd. M R F Ltd. Modi Rubber Ltd. Modi Tyres Co. Pvt. Ltd. Modistone Ltd. Monotona Tyres Ltd. Poddar Tyres Ltd. Raam Tyres Ltd. Rado Tyres Ltd. Ralson (India) Ltd. Ralson Industries Ltd. S Kumars Tyre Mfg. Co. Ltd. Suntec Tyres Ltd. T V S Srichakra Ltd.
Plant capacity: 300000 Tyres Car, 200000 Tyres Trucks per annumPlant & machinery: 718 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 2114 Lakhs
Return: 40.00%Break even: 68.00%
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RADIAL TYRES FOR CARS & TRUCKS - 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

The Indian tyre industry has come of age with the manufacture of almost all types of tyres. The industry has an estimated turnover of close to Rs 100 bn. It is made up of 40 players with an installed capacity of 57.3 mn tyres. The industry claims a perceptible export market. The tyre industry in India has had a long history of over 75 years. Three major multinationals, Firestone, Goodyear and Dunlop, have been operating for a long time. Later came in CEAT. During the 1960s and 1970s the dominance of the MNCs was greatly diluted with the entry of Premier, Inchek and MRF. The Indian presence did not stop there. Several new Indian plants were set up, which included those of Modis, JKs, Raunaq Singh group's Apollo Tyres, TVS group and Vikrant. Firestone was acquired by Modis, Dunlop by Manu Chabbria group and CEAT by Duncans (later RPG group). Birla Tyres made a late comer's entry into the industry. There is a tremendous growth of automobile industry and a comprecedentally large number of multi famous brands of cars, trucks and other vehicles coming up. The demand of radial tyres for cars and trucks is increasing at a considerable face. Tyre varieties can be divided into two categories cross ply and radial. The domestic industry is dominated by cross ply tyres, due to the poor conditions of roads in the country and overloading of commercial vehicles (CVs). This is also the reason why penetration of radial tyres in the CV segment is negligible and finds presence only in the passenger car segment. Radial tyres can be differentiated on the type of belt used “ fiberglass, steel and nylon. Worldwide, steel belted radials are more popular due to their performance advantage. Tyres for car and truck are used in the appropriate vehicle for running the vehicle. As the vehicles have colossal scope, the scope of radial tyres for cars, trucks etc. are also very bright. While consumers pay a lot of attention to the automobile they are buying – its engine, seating capacity, color, even the stereos and accessories – little attention is paid to the tyres that carry the weight of the car and its occupants. Consumers will scour the market to find the cheapest tyre and finally may even settle for part-worn or reconditioned rubber. Cars on Indian roads are increasing by the minute and India is slated to have the maximum number of cars on the planet by 2050. With each new car, four new tyres will hit the roads will the tyre industry be able to address not just quality and performance issues. The industry is currently classified into two broader technology segments: the traditional cross-ply and technically-superior radial technology, especially in the passenger cars segment. The industry had fully absorbed the oldish bias technology. The industry still depends on foreign majors for radial technology but motivated by the export market it has been adopting it rapidly. JK Tyres pioneered the production of radial tyres in India, which was followed by Ceat, MRF, Dunlop and Apollo. The radial technology has, however, remained mainly confined to passenger car tyres. JK Tyres ventured into the tyres for fast moving mid-sized car segment with its Ultima XPS. It is pitted directly against Bridgestone, which claims a leadership in radials. Efforts are on to radialise the commercial vehicle tyres. The production process and testing requirements of a radial tyre are technologically superior to conventional tyres. Radials have not made any perceptible dent in the HCV market because of bad road conditions and high level of investment required for this type of tyres. The State Road Transport Corporations, being substantially large buyers of tyres, could be the target to go in for radials. Given the state of the financial performance of these government owned corporations, the use of radial tyres is likely to remain a distant realization. Radial tyres cost 30% more but result in about 7% fuel saving and give almost double the mileage (80,000 kms). All cars launched by foreign auto majors come with radial tyres. However, some perceptible headway in renationalisation of tyres in India is noticeable and its usage is estimated at 10% of HCVs, 12% of LCVs, 5% of jeeps and 58% of cars. It is expected that the demand of radial tyres will increase tremendously. New entrepreneurs can well venture into this field. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Apollo Tyres Ltd. Balkrishna Industries Ltd. Bridgestone India Pvt. Ltd. Ceat Ltd. Dewan Tyres Ltd. Dunlop India Ltd. Eco Wheels Pvt. Ltd. Falcon Tyres Ltd. Goodyear India Ltd. Govind Rubber Ltd. J K Tyre & Inds. Ltd. Krypton Industries Ltd. M R F Ltd. Modi Rubber Ltd. Modi Tyres Co. Pvt. Ltd. Modistone Ltd. Monotona Tyres Ltd. Poddar Tyres Ltd. Raam Tyres Ltd. Rado Tyres Ltd. Ralson (India) Ltd. Ralson Industries Ltd. S Kumars Tyre Mfg. Co. Ltd. Suntec Tyres Ltd. T V S Srichakra Ltd.
Plant capacity: 300000 Car Tyres, 200000 Truck TyresPlant & machinery: 717 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 2117 Lakhs
Return: 42.00%Break even: 67.00%
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RADIAL TYRES (TIRE) FOR CARS & TRUCKS - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

The Indian tyre industry has come of age with the manufacture of almost all types of tyres. The industry has an estimated turnover of close to Rs 100 bn. It is made up of 40 players with an installed capacity of 57.3 mn tyres. The industry claims a perceptible export market. The tyre industry in India has had a long history of over 75 years. Three major multinationals, Firestone, Goodyear and Dunlop, have been operating for a long time. Later came in CEAT. During the 1960s and 1970s the dominance of the MNCs was greatly diluted with the entry of Premier, Inchek and MRF. The Indian presence did not stop there. Several new Indian plants were set up, which included those of Modis, JKs, Raunaq Singh group's Apollo Tyres, TVS group and Vikrant. Firestone was acquired by Modis, Dunlop by Manu Chabbria group and CEAT by Duncans (later RPG group). Birla Tyres made a late comer's entry into the industry. There is a tremendous growth of automobile industry and a comprecedentally large number of multi famous brands of cars, trucks and other vehicles coming up. The demand of radial tyres for cars and trucks is increasing at a considerable face. Tyre varieties can be divided into two categories cross ply and radial. The domestic industry is dominated by cross ply tyres, due to the poor conditions of roads in the country and overloading of commercial vehicles (CVs). This is also the reason why penetration of radial tyres in the CV segment is negligible and finds presence only in the passenger car segment. Radial tyres can be differentiated on the type of belt used fiberglass, steel and nylon. Worldwide, steel belted radials are more popular due to their performance advantage. Tyres for car and truck are used in the appropriate vehicle for running the vehicle. As the vehicles have colossal scope, the scope of radial tyres for cars, trucks etc. are also very bright. While consumers pay a lot of attention to the automobile they are buying its engine, seating capacity, color, even the stereos and accessories little attention is paid to the tyres that carry the weight of the car and its occupants. Consumers will scour the market to find the cheapest tyre and finally may even settle for part-worn or reconditioned rubber. Cars on Indian roads are increasing by the minute and India is slated to have the maximum number of cars on the planet by 2050. With each new car, four new tyres will hit the roads will the tyre industry be able to address not just quality and performance issues. The industry is currently classified into two broader technology segments: the traditional cross-ply and technically-superior radial technology, especially in the passenger cars segment. The industry had fully absorbed the oldish bias technology. The industry still depends on foreign majors for radial technology but motivated by the export market it has been adopting it rapidly. JK Tyres pioneered the production of radial tyres in India, which was followed by Ceat, MRF, Dunlop and Apollo. The radial technology has, however, remained mainly confined to passenger car tyres. JK Tyres ventured into the tyres for fast moving mid-sized car segment with its Ultima XPS. It is pitted directly against Bridgestone, which claims a leadership in radials. Efforts are on to radialise the commercial vehicle tyres. The production process and testing requirements of a radial tyre are technologically superior to conventional tyres. Radials have not made any perceptible dent in the HCV market because of bad road conditions and high level of investment required for this type of tyres. The State Road Transport Corporations, being substantially large buyers of tyres, could be the target to go in for radials. Given the state of the financial performance of these government owned corporations, the use of radial tyres is likely to remain a distant realisation. Radial tyres cost 30% more but result in about 7% fuel saving and give almost double the mileage (80,000 kms). All cars launched by foreign auto majors come with radial tyres. However, some perceptible headway in radialisation of tyres in India is noticeable and its usage is estimated at 10% of HCVs, 12% of LCVs, 5% of jeeps and 58% of cars. It is expected that the demand of radial tyres will increase tremendously. New entrepreneurs can well venture into this field. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Apollo Tyres Ltd. Balkrishna Industries Ltd. Bridgestone India Pvt. Ltd. Ceat Ltd. Dewan Tyres Ltd. Dunlop India Ltd. Eco Wheels Pvt. Ltd. Falcon Tyres Ltd. Goodyear India Ltd. Govind Rubber Ltd. J K Tyre & Inds. Ltd. Krypton Industries Ltd. M R F Ltd. Modi Rubber Ltd. Modi Tyres Co. Pvt. Ltd. Modistone Ltd. Monotona Tyres Ltd. Poddar Tyres Ltd. Raam Tyres Ltd. Rado Tyres Ltd. Ralson (India) Ltd. Ralson Industries Ltd. S Kumars Tyre Mfg. Co. Ltd. Suntec Tyres Ltd. T V S Srichakra Ltd.
Plant capacity: 300000 Car Tyres, 200000 Truck TyresPlant & machinery: 717 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 2117 Lakhs
Return: 42.00%Break even: 67.00%
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BUTYL RECLAIM RUBBER - 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

Butyl Reclaim rubber is a reclaim rubber from butyl scraps. Around the world million tons of natural and synthetic rubber, butyl rubber are used for automobile tyres, tubes, industrial parts, foot wears, and other domestic goods production. In the consequent usage of such products for human comfort, transportation, and other activities, huge volume of spent waste are created, which results in the pollution of the environment. Within these categories of rubber wastes, used tyres, and auto-mobile inner tubes contributed to be the main ones. This waste is not out of question, and far from a solution. Re-cycling, reclaimation, or so-called regeneration of such rubber waste for re-application in further usage can play a special role in reducing pollution and keep the world green and clean. Devulcanization is a potential method of recycling waste tyre rubber. As its name implies, in the process of devulcanization, the structure of the vulcanized waste rubber is modified. The resulting material can be devulcanized or transformed into useful products. Most scrap tubes are generated by commercial truck tyres, heavy equipment tyres and farm tyres. From a collector’s perspective, tubes are generally found in relatively small amounts (several thousand pounds) and must be accumulated for transportation. There are many truck stops, commercial tyre dealers and agricultural tyre dealers who have 2,000 kilogram per month of tubes but are not willing to accumulate full loads. Butyl Reclaim rubber can be produced from scrap of whole tyres, tread peelings, tyre inner lining scraps, butyl tubes, molded rubber products for different applications in both, tyre and non tyre rubber products. Butyl Reclaim Rubber is a unique product recycled out of Scrap Butyl Rubber Tubes. The scrap Butyl tubes are pure Butyl and no other polymer content is present. Butyl Reclaim is a unique product with a minimum Tensile strength of 75 kg/cm. Highly refined butyl reclaim rubber is widely used in Truck Tyres, Tread Rubber and High quality Rubber molded Components. When reclaimed, butyl rubber retains much of its original properties and can be blended with virgin rubber to produce new inner tubes, inner liners for tyres and various types of tape. All these applications are very high tech products and the reclaim must meet stringent quality specifications for acceptance. There continues to be an excellent market for butyl reclaim. The demand for reclaimed arises from a complex situation of rubber market. Reclaim rubber accounts for about 11 to 12 per cent consumption of the total polymer off take of the industry. The consumption of Reclaim rubber which was just about 2000 tones in 1952-53 has increased to 91103 tones in 2001-02. On the basis of 7% growth rate, the estimated demand for reclaim rubber is likely to go up to about 188500 tonnes by 2010-11. So, there is a good scope of enter into this field.
Plant capacity: -Plant & machinery: -
Working capital: -T.C.I: -
Return: 1.00%Break even: N/A
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BICYCLE TUBES AND MOTORCYCLE TUBES - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

Bicycle and motorcycle tubes are the backbone of the bicycle and motorcycle industries. Few numbers of companies in the organized sectors are engaged in the quality grade cycles tyres and tubes and few unorganized sector are also engaged in manufacturing bicycle tyre and tubes. An inner tube is basically a doughnut-shaped balloon, with a valve for inflation. The only requirement for an inner tube is that it should not leak. Being rubber, they have no rigid structure. If an inner tube is inflated outside of a tire, it will expand to 2 or 3 times its nominal size, if it doesn't explode first. Without being surrounded by a tire, an inner tube can't withstand any significant air pressure. Most of the basic raw materials are indigenously available but there is short supply of natural rubber and butyl rubber, it is required to import. Basic technology is also indigenously available in India. Plants and machineries are indigenously available. The market for tubes for bicycle and motorcycle is directly related to the demand for bicycle and motorcycle. Every bicycle and motorcycle manufactured will need a tube for its tire. So an analysis of bicycle and motorcycle production will provide a clear picture of demand for tubes. With a production of about 4.5 million vehicles in 2001-02 and over 8.5 million vehicles now, India is the second largest producer of 2-wheelers worldwide, which includes motorcycles, scooters and mopeds. There has been a steady growth in the demand for motorcycles in India. It has become a youth icon, particularly among the urban youth charged by speed and style which motorcycles impart to their personality. The motorcycles overtook scooters in 1998-99 and have not looked back. The scenario for 2006-07 conformed to the sustained performance in the recent past with sales at over 7 million, higher by over 16.5% on the preceding year's sales. In 2008-09 (first 8 months) sales at 2.85 million were higher by 14.5% than in the comparable period of 2007-08. The total market of motorcycles was estimated at Rs 220 billion in 2007-08, a decline of 5% over that of preceding year. The growing demand of 2/3 wheelers and bicycle will definitely give rise to high demand of tubes in the coming years. There is a good market potential and good scope for all new entrepreneurs to venture into this sector. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Atlas Cycles (Haryana) Ltd. Avon Cycles Ltd. Dewan Steels Ltd. Hero Cycles Ltd. National Bicycle Corpn. Of India Ltd.
Plant capacity: 300000 Nos. Bicycle Tubes, 300000 Nos. Motorcycle TubesPlant & machinery: 105 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 240 Lakhs
Return: 43.00%Break even: 50.00%
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BUTYL RUBBER-POLYISOBUTYLENE RUBBER - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

Butyl rubber is a copolymer of an iso olefin and one or more, preferably conjugated, multi olefins as comonomers. Commercial butyl comprises a major portion of isoolefin and a minor amount, not more than 2.5 wt%, of a conjugated multiolefin. The preferred isoolefin is isobutylene. Butyl rubber (IIR, is an Isobutylene-isoprene copolymer is actually the copolymer of isobutylene and a small amount of isoprene. Its grade varies in isoprene content and viscosity, which is related to molecular weight. Butyl rubber is currently the only rubber that is impermeable to air. Resulting from low levels of unsaturation between long polyisobutylene segments, the primary attributes of butyl rubber are excellent impermeability/air retention and good flex properties. The first major use of butyl rubber was Tire inner tubes, and this continues to be a significant market today. With the phenomenal increase in number of automobiles in India during recent years the demand of tyres and tubes as original equipment and as replacement has also increased. Also the requirement of tubes is directly related to growth of automobile. The production of automobiles is forecast to continue to rise and is indicative of buoyant economic conditions for tyre and tube industry. The Automotive industry is the key driver of any growing economy. A sound transportation system plays a pivotal role in a country’s rapid economic and industrial development. The automobile industry comprises automobile and auto component sectors. It includes passenger cars; light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles; multi-utility vehicles such as jeeps, scooters, motorcycles, three-wheelers and tractors; and auto components like engine parts, drive and transmission parts, suspension and braking parts, and electrical, body and chassis parts. There is a good scope for butyl rubber. Due to the long-time monopoly of technology, market and price, the profit rate of butyl rubber is quite high. New entrepreneurs venture into this field will be successful in the long run.
Plant capacity: 15000 MT/AnnumPlant & machinery: 314 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 875 Lakhs
Return: 40.00%Break even: 42.00%
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