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Minerals: Project Opportunities in Kerala

PROFILE:

India has a large no. Of economically useful minerals and they constitute on quarter of the worlds known mineral resources. India is endowed with significant mineral    resources. India produces 89 minerals out of    which 4 are fuel minerals, 11 metallic, 52 non-metallic and 22 minor minerals. Ministry of Mines is responsible for survey and exploration of all minerals, other than natural gases, petroleum and atomic minerals, for mining and metallurgy of non-ferrous metals like aluminium, copper, zinc, lead, gold, nickel, etc. and for administration of the Mines and Minerals (Regulation and Development) Act, 1957 in respect of all mines and minerals other than coal, natural gas and petroleum.

RESOURCES:

Kerala is also a rich repository of several minerals and fine grained soil. Sillimanite, Ilmenite, Monazite abounds in this state. Fire clay, Silica, Ball clay and China clay, granite and graphite also occurs in large quantities in different parts of Kerala, paving the path for a flourishing industry. The mineral resources of a state are its greatest asset. The minerals not only earn the state revenue and foreign currency by export to other states and other countries respectively, they also form the raw material for the industries based on them. Kerala is a mineral rich state. The soil is loaded with a variety of inorganic minerals like Kaolin, Bauxite, Monozite, Zircon, Quartz and Silimanite. The golden sands of Quilon beach are rich in the heavier variety minerals such as Monozite, Ilmenite, Rutile, Zircon and Silimanite.

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

·         As far as mineral sand is concerned, the Government will stick to the policy declared in the industrial policy 2007 that the mining and extraction will be permitted only through State/Central Public Sector Undertakings (PSU’s).

·         While granting mining leases value addition will be insisted by promoting processing units and mineral based industries in the State. 

·         Entrepreneurs promoting development of human resources and employment guarantee programme will be given priority.

·         Mining leases will be granted to those applicants who have long term programme concept and provide more employment opportunities.  For e.g., minerals like iron ore. Priority will be given to those who install processing / beneficiation unit

·         Adjoining minor mineral leases of smaller areas granted under KMMC Rules, 1967 will be amalgamated into a single lease. Non working quarries/mines will be identified and effort will be made to ensure the mining leases are not kept idle. 

·         Productivity of mines will be insisted while leasing the mine and reviewed periodically.

 

Agriculture: Project Opportunities in Kerala

 

PROFILE:

India has an agriculture-based economy. 43% of India’s territory remains employed in agricultural activities. Globalization and agriculture in India are both intricately connected to each other as agriculture in India prevails over all other sectors because it plays a pivotal role in the socio-cultural life of its people. At present, in terms of agricultural production, the country holds the second position all over the world. In 2007, agriculture and other associated industries such as lumbering and forestry represented around 16.6% of the Gross Domestic Product of the country. In addition, the sector recruited about 52% of the entire manpower. India is among the world’s leading producers of paddy rice, wheat, buffalo milk, cow milk and sugar cane. It is either the world leader or the second largest producer in eight out of its top ten products.

RESOURCES:

A unique feature of the State is the predominance of cash crops. About 50 per cent of the population depends on agriculture. Kerala is a major producer of coconut, rubber, pepper, cardamom, ginger, banana, cocoa, cashew, aracanut, coffee and tea. Spices like nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, etc. are also cultivated. Rice and Tapioca are the important food crops. On a national scale, 92 % of the rubber, 70 % of coconut, 60 % of tapioca and almost 100 % of lemon grass oil is produced from the State. Kerala’s agriculture has the distinction of having the highest gross income per net cropped area. For instance, coconut occupies 41 per cent of net cropped area and provides livelihood to over 3.5 million families. While, the four plantation crops of rubber, coffee, tea and cardamom accounts for 29 per cent of the net cropped area in the State and 42 per cent of the area in the country.

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

Indian agriculture policy is aimed essentially at improving food self sufficiency and alleviating hunger through food distribution. Aside from investing in agricultural infrastructure, the government supports agriculture through measures including minimum support prices (MSP) for the major agricultural crops, farm input subsidies and preferential credit schemes. In India, agricultural trade policy is a part of a larger food and agriculture policy regime that seeks to maintain food self-sufficiency while providing income support to the agricultural sector and poor consumers. The salient features of the new agricultural policy are:

·         Over 4 per cent annual growth rate aimed over next two decades.

·         Greater private sector participation through contract farming.

·         Price protection for farmers.

·         National agricultural insurance scheme to be launched.

·         Dismantling of restrictions on movement of agricultural commodities throughout the country.

·         Rational utilisation of country's water resources for optimum use of irrigation potential.

·         High priority to development of animal husbandry, poultry, dairy and aquaculture.

·         Capital inflow and assured markets for crop production.

·         Exemption from payment of capital gains tax on compulsory acquisition of agricultural land.

·         Minimise fluctuations in commodity prices.

·         Continuous monitoring of international prices.

·         Plant varieties to be protected through a legislation.

·         Adequate and timely supply of quality inputs to farmers.

·         High priority to rural electrification.

·         Setting up of agro-processing units and creation of off-farm employment in rural

 

 

 

 

 

Biotechnology: Project Opportunities in Kerala

 

PROFILE:

The Biotechnology sector in India is one of the fastest growing sectors of the Indian Economy. As the sector is mainly based on knowledge, it is expected that it will play an important part in shaping the Indian Economy, which is developing at a rapid pace. The Indian Biotechnology sector holds immense potential in terms of research and development, skill and cost effectiveness. The importance of Biotechnology for India is manifold. In addition to generating trained manpower and a knowledge base, India is proving to be an ideal setting for manufacturing activities and high-level biotechnology research programmes. It can bring revolutionary changes in people's lives and provide the path way to the unexplored secrets of nature.

 

RESOURCES:

Kerala’s rich bio-diversity and the availability of skilled labour make it one of the most prospective locations for Biotechnology. Its advantages include being one of the most health conscious states with high literacy, and a rich exposure to traditional medicines and healing. Additionally, the presence of established research institutions like Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Biotechnology, Indian Institute for Spices Research, Kerala Agricultural University, etc ensures adequately trained human resources required in Biotechnology. Since the Biotech industry in India is still in a nascent stage, especially in Kerala, an appropriate support and guidance from the state government would be essential to encourage entrepreneurship and industrial growth in this segment.

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

Government of Kerala announced its Biotechnology Policy in 2003. To achieve the vision in Biotechnology, to ensure hazzle-free implementation and to provide sustained leadership and resources, two major initiatives, Kerala Biotechnology Board and Kerala Biotechnology Commission were made in 2003. The BT policy for Kerala is designed to catalyze the development and application of BT, taking advantage of the State’s resources and emphasizing its specific needs while meeting global requirements. The policy is aimed to ensure the rapid exploitation of pipeline technologies and opportunities available in the State to products and processes and to promote the sustained build-up of an elite knowledge cadre and knowledge base through the strengthening and creation of educational and R&D institutions, establishing infrastructure and putting in place administrative, regulatory, legal and financial framework conducive for investment and growth of BT enterprises, for the economic development and human welfare.

 

Rubber Industry: Project Opportunities in Kerala

 

PROFILE:

The world production of rubber was considered to be very unstable during the last few years. Comparatively, India's production of rubber is consistent at the rate of 6% per annum. The Rubber industry in India has been growing in strength and importance. This is the result of India's burgeoning role in the global economy. India is the world's largest producers and third largest consumer of natural rubber. Moreover, India is also one of the fastest growing economies globally. These factors along with high growth of automobile production and the presence of large and medium industries has led to the growth of rubber industry in India.

RESOURCES:

Kerala contributes 90% of India’s total production of natural rubber. Also, Kerala and Tamil Nadu together occupy 86% of the growing area of natural rubber. The rubber industry occupies about 3.84 lakh hectares and boasts of a turnover of 3.70 lakh tonnes that amounts to about ninety percent of the country’s total rubber production. The Kerala State Cooperative Rubber Marketing Federation Ltd., popularly known as RubberMark was incorporated in 1971, as an apex institution of the primary Rubber Marketing Cooperatives in Kerala, INDIA. Most of the rubber production is consumed by the tyre industry which is almost 52% of the total production of India. Among the states, Kerala is the leading consumer of rubber, followed by Punjab and Maharashtra.

 

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

·         No state involvement in price control

·         Rubber prices respond to global prices

·         Government’s contribution in rubber research and development

·         Duties and levies contributing for financing of replanting and welfare of smallholders

·         Currency issues

·         Government involvement in labour supply

·         Environmental regulations

 

 

 

Tourism: Project Opportunities in Kerala

 

PROFILE:

Tourism has become an important industry in many countries of the world, both in the east and the west. Various initiatives are being taken by the Government and other organizationsto promote tourism here.Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. The number of tourists worldwide has been registering phenomenal growth and it is expected that this number would shortly touch 1.5 billion. Tourism contributes about 11% of the world work force and 10.2% of the global gross domestic products. The dynamic growth of this industry is evident from the fact that a new job is added to this sector every 2.5 second.

 

RESOURCES:

Kerala is a state on the tropical Malabar Coast of southwestern India. Nicknamed as one of the "10 paradises of the world" by National Geographic, Kerala is famous especially for its eco-tourism initiatives. Its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, has made it one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Beaches, warm weather, back waters, hill stations, waterfalls, wild life, Ayurveda, year–round festivals and diverse flora and fauna make Kerala a unique destination for tourists. Kerala offers a host of exciting holiday options. The factors stimulating a flourishing tourism sector include scenic splendour, moderate climate, clean environment, friendly and peace loving people with high tolerance for cultural diversity as well as the potential for creating unique tourism products. Some of the important places of tourist interest are:- Thiruvananthapuram; Kollam; Pathanamthitta; Alappuzha; Kottayam; Idukki; Ernakulam; Thrissur; Palakkad; Malappuram; Kozhikode; Wayanad; Kannur and Kasaragod. In kerala, Thenmala is the major project undertaken under eco- tourism. Thenmala Eco-Tourism project features a tourist facilitation centre, shop court garden, plazas, picnic area, natural trail, rock climbing, river crossing amphitheatre, restaurant, suspension bridge, lotus pond, musical dancing fountain, sculpture garden, deer rehabilitation centre, boating, battery powered vehicles, etc.

 

 

 

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

Every Tourism Development Plan shall contain the following elements which are necessary for the integrated sustainable development of the area with major thrust on tourism development, namely:-

(i)           Policy in relation to the land use plan and allocation of land for tourism purposes;

(ii)          Policy in relation to the built up area, environment including architectural control and form;

(iii)        Strategies towards conserving and strengthening existing natural systems and enhancing the visual qualities of the region; and

(iv)         Regulations, if any, found necessary for the implementation of the Tourism Development Plan.

 

 

Bamboo: Project Opportunities in Kerala

PROFILE:

Bamboos are some of the quickest growing plants in the world,[2] as some species have been recorded as growing up to 100 cm (39 in) within a 24 hour period due to a unique rhizome-dependent system. Bamboos are of notable economic and cultural significance in South Asia, South East Asia and East Asia, being used for building materials, as a food source, and as a versatile raw product. Bamboo is used in Chinese medicine for treating infections and healing. It is a low-calorie source of potassium. It is known for its sweet taste and as a good source of nutrients and protein. Bamboo has been a primary raw material for manufacturing a variety of article. Primary coming under the cottage and small scale industry, bamboo work plays a vital role in the development of the state economy.

 

RESOURCES:

Twenty-two species of bamboo and two varieties belonging to six genera are recorded as native of Kerala. The majority of bamboos in Kerala are found at an elevation of 50-1500 m above sea level. The species belonging to the genera such as Ochlandra, Bambusa and Dendrocalamus are seen extensively growing in large forest areas as bamboo brakes and reed brakes. The species like Bambusa bambos and Dendrocalamus strictus are adapted to the dry plains and hilly tracts.  Their distribution is abundant in the most deciduous forests.  Bambusa bambos is generally found at an elevation between 50m – 1000 m and distributed throughout Kerala. Dendrocalamus strictus is distributed in the forests of Attappady, Nilambur, and Chinnar at an altitude of 150-750 m above sea level.

GOVERNMENT POLICIES:

Draft Kerala Bamboo Policy: This policy focuses on sustainable development of bamboo sector in Kerala with the active participation of stakeholders. The major pillars of this policy are sustainable management of existing bamboo resources in forest areas, plantations and in the homesteads, resource enhancement both in the forests and homesteads with the participation of stakeholders, better distribution of bamboo resources to the user groups and setting up bamboo-based industries. The policy suggests establishment of appropriate institutions, scientific management and marketing, linkage between production and utilization, industrial development, proper pricing, preferential treatment of bamboos in the forests and homesteads, formulation and implementation of grower friendly rules and regulations on growing, harvesting, transporting and marketing and appropriate publicity, research and extension.

 

Waste management: Project Opportunities in Kerala

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:

The Greater Kochi Area (GKA) ranks 24 (with CEPI score of 75.08) amongst the critically polluted areas (CPA) in the country. The State Pollution Control Board was instructed by the CPCB to evolve a time bound action plan for improving the environmental quality in the CPA. It was stated that external resource persons/institutions identified by CPCB/MoEF would be made available for this purpose. Such external guidance is still anticipitated. Meanwhile the Kerala Board, in consultation with the stakeholders in GKA, has chalked out an action plan for Greater Kochi Area. The main pollution sources of concern are industries, municipal solid waste, biomedical waste, E-waste and domestic waste.  The action plan hence includes mainly proposals for up gradation of existing pollution control facilities in the critically polluted area, common facilities such as CETPs, CTSDF, STPs, common biomedical waste management facility, municipal solid waste management, e-waste management and sewage management.

 

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.

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Profitable Opportunities in E-commerce Business

E-commerce -- electronic commerce or EC -- is the buying and selling of goods and services, or the transmitting of funds or data, over an electronic network, primarily the internet. These business transactions occur either as business-to-business, business-to-consumer, consumer-to-consumer or consumer-to-business. Electronic commerce or ecommerce is a term for any type of business, or commercial transaction that involves the transfer of information across the Internet. It covers a range of different types of businesses, from consumer based retail sites, through auction or music sites, to business exchanges trading goods and services between corporations. It is currently one of the most important aspects of the Internet to emerge. Ecommerce allows consumers to electronically exchange goods and services with no barriers of time or distance. Electronic commerce has expanded rapidly over the past five years and is predicted to continue at this rate, or even accelerate. In the near future the boundaries between "conventional" and "electronic" commerce will become increasingly blurred as more and more businesses move sections of their operations onto the Internet. Business to Business or B2B refers to electronic commerce between businesses rather than between a business and a consumer. B2B businesses often deal with hundreds or even thousands of other businesses, either as customers or suppliers. Carrying out these transactions electronically provides vast competitive advantages over traditional methods. When implemented properly, ecommerce is often faster, cheaper and more convenient than the traditional methods of bartering goods and services. Different Types of E-commerce Websites Different e-commerce websites are labeled or referred to differently, based on the function they fulfill. • Business-to-Business (B2B): Electronic transactions of goods and services between companies. • Business-to-Consumer (B2C): Electronic transactions of goods and services between companies and consumers. • Consumer-to-Consumer (C2C): Electronic transactions of goods and services between consumers, mostly through a third party. • Consumer-to-Business (C2B): Electronic transactions of goods and services where individuals offer products or services to companies. • Business-to-Administration (B2A): Electronic transactions of goods and services between companies and public administrations. • Consumer-to-Administration (C2A): Electronic transactions of goods and services between individuals and public administrations. The Benefits of e-commerce There is a reason why e-commerce has demonstrated such explosive growth in the past couple of years. Indeed, with the internet becoming an essential requirement of everyday life, businesses are learning to take advantage of the numerous benefits of e-commerce, the most notable of which include: Global market. A physical store will always be limited by a geographical area it can serve. An online store, or any other type of e-commerce business for that matter, has the whole world as its market. Going from a local customer base to a global market at no additional cost is really one of the greatest advantages of trading online. Around-the-clock availability. Another great benefit of running an online business is that it is always open. For a merchant, it’s a dramatic increase in sales opportunities; for a customer, it’s a convenient and immediately available option. Reduced costs. E-commerce businesses benefit from significantly lower running costs. As there’s no need to hire sales staff or maintain a physical storefront, the major e-commerce costs go to warehousing and product storage. And those running a drop shipping business enjoy even lower upfront investment requirements. As merchants are able to save on operational costs, they can offer better deals and discounts to their customers. Inventory management. E-commerce businesses can automate their inventory management by using electronic tools to accelerate ordering, delivery and payment procedures. It’s saving businesses billions in operational and inventory costs. Serving niche markets. Running a niche brick-and-mortar business is extremely difficult. There’s almost no chance of scaling it unless a niche product becomes mainstream. By tapping into a global market, on the other hand, e-commerce retailers can build a highly profitable niche business without any further investment. Using online search capabilities, customers from any corner of the world can find and purchase your products. Working from anywhere. Often, running an e-commerce business means that you don’t need to sit in an office from 9 to 5 or suffer through a commute day-in and day-out. A laptop and a good internet connection is all it takes to manage your business from anywhere in the world. The e-commerce has transformed the way business is done in India. The Indian e-commerce market is expected to grow to US$ 200 billion by 2026 from US$ 38.5 billion as of 2017Much growth of the industry has been triggered by increasing internet and smartphone penetration. The ongoing digital transformation in the country is expected to increase India’s total internet user base to 829 million by 2021 from 445.96 million in2017. India’s internet economy is expected to double from US$125 billion as of April 2017 to US$ 250 billion by 2020, majorly backed by ecommerce. India’s E-commerce revenue is expected to jump from US$ 39 billion in 2017 to US$ 120 billion in 2020, growing at an annual rate of 51 per cent, the highest in the world. Indian e-commerce industry is all set to record the third highest growth rate in Asia-Pacific this year, as more and more young people in the country switch to using smartphones and make online purchases. Global retail e-commerce market is expected to witness a high growth on account of favorable attitude towards new shopping channels. The overall market is projected to grow at an approximate CAGR of 10% from 2016 to 2024. Retail e-commerce allows consumers to buy goods from the seller over the internet. Customers can find their interested products by visiting the website. Most online retailers use shopping cart software. Payment and delivery information are collected using a check out process. Convenience is the major factor driving the overall online shopping market growth. It is easier to navigate through various product categories with the help of search system. Consumers are finding it difficult to visit retail stores during their hectic schedule. E-commerce shopping allows consumers to shop sitting in an office or at home and operate for 24 hours. Also, product delivery is made door-step which eradicates the transportation trouble. Few major players are as under: • Alcove E-Commerce Pvt. Ltd. • Amazon Seller Services Pvt. Ltd. • Bookmywish E-Commerce Pvt. Ltd. • Clues Network Pvt. Ltd. • eBay India Pvt. Ltd. • JD.com • Alibaba • Uber • Rakuten • Meituan-Dianping • B2W • Zalando • Groupon • Flipkart • ASOS.com Tags Electronic Commerce (ecommerce), E-commerce, what is e-Commerce? - How to Start an e-Commerce Business? 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Layer Poultry Farming Business

Layer Poultry Farming Business. Start a Layer Chicken Farming Business for Egg Production. Layer poultry farming means raising egg laying poultry birds for the purpose of commercial egg production. Layer chickens are such a special species of hens, which need to be raised from when they are one day old. They start laying eggs commercially from 18-19 weeks of age. They remain laying eggs continuously till their 72-78 weeks of age. They can produce about one kg of eggs by consuming about 2.25 kg of food during their egg laying period. Poultry layer farming is gaining popularity in India due to its lower production cost and growing demand of eggs. India ranks third in the world by producing 3.8 billion kilograms in shell. Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, Maharashtra and Punjab are the leading egg producing states in India in the same order. There is a rise in egg production in India owing to the growth in human consumption and lower production costs. Poultry layer farming is given a lot of importance in the national policy owing to which there is a lot of scope of improvement and development. Benefits of Layer Farming • It requires less investment compared to rearing other livestock. While chicken will start laying eggs in 8 to 10 weeks, broilers can be sold after 6 weeks by which time they would have grown to 1.25 kg weight. • It gives rapid return on investment. Chicken start laying eggs in 8 to 10 weeks and broilers can be sold for meat between 6 and 10 weeks. The interval between generations is very small and hence, production can be phenomenally increased within a short period. • Broilers intake of feed is comparatively very low while it produces maximum possible amount of food for us. Poultry is capable of utilizing as its feed large quantities of byproducts like bran, substandard grains, vegetables etc. which normally go as waste, thus saving for the farmer a portion of his expenses towards poultry feed. • Poultry farming is a continuous source of income. It is not seasonal and can produce income for the entire year. While chickens lay eggs between 6 to 8 months, broilers take only 6 to 10 weeks to bring in income. Meat, eggs, feathers and manure of chicken and broilers are all saleable and income generating. Poultry farming in a small scale requires only minimum space and they can be reared even in the backyards of homes. • Poultry farming requires very little water for both drinking and cleaning. One litre of water is sufficient for 5 birds for a day. • Poultry droppings are rich in nitrogen and organic material and hence, are considered valuable as fertilizers. • Poultry feathers are also used for making pillows, fancy articles and curios. • Poultry offers good full time or part-time employment opportunity to farmers. • Poultry products like egg and meat have high nutritional value. Among all edible meat, broiler meat has the least fat content. It can also be cooked in its own fat and does not require any from outside. Poultry meat contains more protein and essential amino acids than other meats and are low in its cholesterol content c in comparison. Egg Production for Layer Poultry Farming: Egg production from a Layer Poultry Farming depends on the care and farm management. • Within the first 20 weeks of age, about 5% of hens start laying eggs. • About 10% birds start laying at their 21 weeks of age. • When they reach 26 to 30 weeks of age, they produce highly. Although, it may be different depending on their strain. • After laying a maximum number of eggs, they usually stop laying for a few days. • And after this period, their egg production might reduce slowly. • Egg laying rate and size of eggs increases gradually. • The hens grow till their 40 weeks of age. • Weight and size of eggs increases till their 50 weeks of age. India is the third-largest egg producer in the world after China and the USA and the fourth-largest chicken producer in the world after China, Brazil and the USA. In India, the per capita consumption of eggs has gone up from 30 eggs per annum to 68 eggs per annum, and that of chicken from 400 gms per annum, to 2.5 kg per annum in the last 5 years. Human nutritionists recommend a minimum of 180 eggs & 10 kg chicken per annum for a healthy adult human, which means that the Indian poultry market is laden with opportunities. Adult population in most developed countries consume over 240 eggs and 20 kg of chicken per annum. Poultry is the most organised sector in animal agriculture in India, worth Euro 14,500 million. Production of broiler meat has increased to 4.2 million tons per annum in 2015-16. Demand for processed chicken meat has been growing by 15- 20% per annum. Total layer production in India has gone up to reach 80 million eggs per annum. Industry sources estimate CY 2016-17 feed consumption to go from 17 to 18 million tons, which includes corn and soya bean and pearl millet. Poultry had become a vital component of the farm economy as it generates additional income and employment in the rural area. Poultry Production has three segments: 1. Layers, 2. Broilers, 3. Backyard / Family • Layers Some 70% of the layer birds are being raised in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Maharashtra in south and Haryana in the north of India. • Broilers Feed (65%) and chicks (25%) account for 90% of the broiler inputs and consolidation is being observed in the market. Smaller producers engage in ‘contract farming’. • Backyard / family production At one time, 30% of the eggs produced in India were produced in the backyards. Improved varieties of ‘Low technology input birds’, which are dual purpose, i.e., producing eggs and meat, are new being bred in India for the purpose of backyard/family production. The final food products, i.e., eggs and chicken are not exported in huge quantities as there is a huge gap in supply and demand within India. Tags Layer Poultry Farming, Layer Poultry Farming for Beginners, Layer Farming Project Report for Beginners, Layer Farming Project of Commercial Poultry Farming Business, Egg Poultry Farm, Commercial Egg Production, Layer Poultry Farming in India, Layer Farming Project, Poultry Egg and Meat, Poultry Farming, How Can I Start a Poultry Farm? 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Production of Sweetener from Rice

Production of Sweetener from Rice. Rice Syrup Sweetener, Brown Rice Syrup Manufacturing Business. Brown Rice Syrup is a natural sweetener produced by fermenting cooked brown rice. Rice syrup can be made from white rice, brown rice or certified organic rice. Also known as rice malt syrup, brown rice syrup is made with whole grain rice subjected to an enzymatic reaction. This process breaks down the starches in the rice, and the simpler sugar (maltose and maltotriose) is separated in liquid format. This liquid is then boiled down into syrup. Brown rice syrup is an alternative to refined table sugar and artificial sweeteners and is often included as an ingredient for many processed foods. To make brown rice syrup, brown rice is fermented to break down the starch in the grains, then the liquid is removed and heated until it reaches a syrup-like consistency. Two tablespoons of brown rice syrup contains 110 calories and 25 grams of sugar, so it should be consumed in moderation. Brown rice syrup contains a few trace minerals, including magnesium, manganese, and zinc. But that doesn't make it healthy. Although it's made from brown rice and little else, it's highly refined and concentrated, making it a source of calories and carbs, as well as trace minerals. However, as far as sweeteners go, it is all-natural, nearly always organic, and probably one of the healthiest sugar substitutes available, with the exception of stevia. It can be used as a general sweetener and in cooking. It is vegan, unlike honey, and can be used instead of it. It has a lower glycemic index than sugar but diabetics will need to carefully count it as part of their regulated carbohydrate intake. Rice syrup is used as base sweetener in edible sweet syrups (Flavored / Unflavored), blended honey, bakery foods, cakes, pastries, fillings, toppings, candies, canned fruits, health drinks, juices, soft drinks, Dairy products, ice-creams and so on. Increasing health diseases such as diabetes, heart risks, and high blood pressure has resulted in the introduction of alternatives to conventional table sugar. Natural sweeteners are preferred as alternatives to table sugar and are highly consumed among the consumers in various forms. One such alternative which is one of the most preferred sweeteners is rice syrup or brown rice syrup. Rice syrup is included as one of the main ingredients in processed foods. Rice syrup is considered to be a nutritive sweetener, unlike saccharin and aspartame. Rice syrup is used as a sweetener in cereals and snacks bar. Rice syrups also serve as a table-top sweetener for various beverages such as coffee, tea, health drinks and juices. Growing awareness and demand for rice syrup is expected to pose a major threat to artificial sweeteners such as aspartame and corn sugar. Rice syrup market is expected to grow significantly during the forecast period. Fructose, which is found in many sweeteners, is a fast releasing sugar, which tends to cause insulin to spike. Brown rice sugar is a polysaccharide or a complex sugar, so it dissolves more easily in the bloodstream preventing an accumulation of fat. The complex carbohydrates and nutrients in brown rice syrup mean a longer digestion time and a longer lasting flow of energy. This may help control blood sugar levels and reduce cholesterol. Rice syrup is considered to be a nutritive sweetener owing to the number of minerals included in it such as phosphor and magnesium. The shift in the consumer preference towards food and beverages including natural ingredients is growing at a faster phase. Moreover, soft drink producers are also witnessing rising demand for a soft drink with reduced sugar. Hence, to meet the demand, producers are replacing sugar with natural and artificial sweeteners. A lot of research activities are also going on to produce new natural sweeteners. Companies are also investing in advanced technologies to for product development with innovative and superior quality. Sugar- stevia blend has also made a position in the natural sweetener market with companies launching new products. The market is likely to witness growth due to the wide acceptance of natural sweeteners. The global market for natural sweeteners to witness moderate growth and to register a CAGR of 4.5% between 2017 and 2026. The global market for natural sweetener is also likely to garner US$ 39,091.7 million in terms of revenue by 2026 end. Major factor driving growth of the target market over the forecast period is increasing adoption of natural sweeteners in healthcare industry as well as in daily food, owing to its health benefits such as, it helps to reduce blood sugar in diabetic patients. In addition, increasing concerns related to health among the individuals across the globe is another factor expected to fuel growth of this market. However, comparatively high cost of natural sweeteners than normal sugar is a factor expected to hamper growth of the target market in the near future. The global natural sweeteners market is expected to witness substantial growth over the forecast period on account of growing demand for different kind of substitutes such as low-intensity sweeteners, high-intensity sweeteners and high-fructose syrup in food & beverage and healthcare industry. Natural sweeteners manufacturing companies are expected to benefit from the growing health concerns among people and demand for low-calorie sweeteners as it anticipated that natural sweeteners market will convert into the new business as food & beverage manufacturers will search for inexpensive natural sweeteners. The sweetener market In India today stands at approximately Rs.150 crores with a double-digit growth. This is minuscule, looking into the number of diabetics and pre-diabetics in India. With the changed regulatory scenario allowing the use of sweeteners in everyday consumables, the market is bound to grow. With the entry of new and safer molecules, the artificial sweetener industry in India could witness large volumes. In 2016 the Indian market for food sweeteners was valued at USD 9 billion and is estimated to register a CAGR of 3.5% during the forecast period. India Food Sweetener Market Dynamics Sugar dictates more than 80% share in this market. The major constraint in the sugar market is the volatility in prices, leading to market fluctuations. India is currently the world’s largest consumer of sugar with domestic consumption increasing by more than 4% annually. This growth is due to increased awareness and usage of dietary foods. Another major driver is the growing population of overweight, obese, and diabetic patients which is resulting in growth in this category. On an average 5% of Indian population is obese but when seen in urban settings the numbers are incredibly high. Although presently, HIS does not constitute a major share of the market, this is the fastest growing segment due to the rising health concerns among people. Global sweetener market is forecast to rise in next 5 years driven by demand for naturally-derived sweeteners with stevia emerging as popular sugar substitute in light of increased availability of low-calorie naturally derived sweeteners and rising awareness about them. Stevia is derived from the plant of the same name. The active compounds present in this plant are nearly 150 times sweeter than sugar and have a negligible effect on blood glucose levels. Stevia also does not because the side effects usually associated with artificial sweeteners like aspartame. 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Global Inorganic Chemicals Market to Grow 4.5% by 2022.

Global Inorganic Chemicals Market to Grow 4.5% by 2022. Manufacturing of Sodium and Ammonium Molybdate. Project Opportunities in Production of Inorganic Compound Sodium Molybdate Sodium Molybdate also known as disodium dioxide (dioxo) molybdenum is a chemical compound extensively consumed in fertilizer application. Other uses of sodium molybdate include nutritional supplement in food industry and as corrosion inhibitor in industrial applications. Sodium molybdate is often found as dehydrate and was first synthesized by the method of hydration. Sodium molybdate is an organic salt which is found in dietary supplements and other nutritional supplement. Sodium molybdate is a good source of molybdenum, it is used to for nitrogen fixation to support healthy growth of leguminous plants such as peas & leans, clover & Lucerne. Sodium molybdate is used as corrosion inhibition in industry. In addition, sodium molybdate is also used for reducing nitrite requirement of fluids inhibited with nitrite-amine in chemical plants and improves corrosion protection. Sodium molybdate is a chemically altered form of the mineral element, sodium. Sodium is a natural salt, and sodium molybdate is used in the food industry as a fertilizer and nutritional supplement for health. The agricultural industry uses large quantities of sodium molybdate as fertilizer, particularly on vegetables such as broccoli and cauliflower. It is also fed to some cattle to help treat copper deficiencies. As a result of its use on food products you consume, trace amounts of sodium molybdate may end up in the food supply. Sodium molybdate in your food can have a variety of effects on your body, although its complete effects are not fully understood. Sodium Molybdate is useful as a source of molybdenum. It is often found as the dihydrate, Na2MoO4•2H2O. The molybdate (VI) anion is tetrahedral. Sodium molybdate can help correct a sodium deficiency by adding extra sodium to your body; however, sodium molybdate is ingested in such small amounts its contribution to your overall sodium stores is probably negligible. Once in your body, the molybdenum molecule is cleaved off of the sodium molecule and can have positive effects on your health. Rapid industrialization across the globe is leading to increasing discharge of waste water and associated chemicals in to ecosystem, stringent government regulations on water disposal and environmental safety is leading towards increasing capacities of chemical and water treatment. Sodium molybdate is used for corrosion inhibition and water treatment in these facilities. Such investments in these facilities are expected to drive sodium molybdate consumption across the globe. Sodium molybdate is emerging as possible alternative additive for sodium dichromate in the electrolytic production of sodium chlorate to reduce environmental impact without hampering performance in maintaining high current efficiency. Increasing use of sodium molybdate for aforementioned applications is a growth factor for sodium molybdate consumption in near future. Global Sodium molybdate market can be segmented on the basis application, product type, and region. Applications of sodium molybdate has a wide span, due to low toxicity it is used in wide array of applications such as in inks, dyes and pigments, fertilizers, ingredients in food and water treatment agents. It is also used in pharmaceutical industry as an analytical reagent. On the basis of prominent applications, global sodium molybdate market can be segmented as: • Water treatment • Fertilizer • Pigments & dye • Corrosion inhibition • Others Ammonium Molybdate Ammonium Molybdate is an odorless crystalline compound ranging in color from white to yellow-green. Ammonium Molybdate also called molybdic acid hex ammonium, salt tetrahydrate, ammonium molybdate tetrahydrate, and ammonium heptamolybdate tetrahydrate. Molybdate is an odorless compound containing molybdenum and oxygen ions. Ammonium molybdate is an organic compound, which is manufactured by reacting molybdenum trioxide in the presence of excess ammonia. The compound is available in different physical forms: solid powder, liquid, crystals, and chunks. Uses: • As an analytical reagent • Presence of phosphates, silicates, • Arsenates and lead in pigments • In the production of molybdenum metal • In the preparation of dehydrogenation • In the fixing of metals • In electroplating • In fertilizers for crops. The compound is also used as a catalyst in production of polymers and other commercial chemical processes. Ammonium molybdate is also applied as an intermediate in some industries. Due to bright color of molybdate, the compound is employed in paints, inks, and as an indicator & reagent in different colorimetric chemical experiments. Ammonium molybdate is employed as an analgesic in the medical industry. It is employed as a source of molybdate ion for the production of molybdenum metals and ceramics. Ammonium molybdate is manufactured in different grades such as reagent & technical grade, laboratory grade, food & pharmaceutical grade, and industrial grade. These grades are utilized in different industries. Based on region, the ammonium molybdate market can be divided into Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Africa, North America, and Latin America. The global Ammonium Molybdate Market industry has experienced an astonishing change structure-wise such as enhancements in technology, increasing raw material costs, manufacturing base been channeled to Asian countries, novel promising growth markets, etc. The global ammonium molybdate market can be segmented based on product type, application, end- use industry, and region. In terms of product type, the ammonium molybdate market can be segmented into ammonium orthomolybdate, ammonium molybdate tetrahydrate, ammonium octamolybdate, and others. Ammonium molybdate tetrahydrate is also known as ammonium heptamolybdate. It is manufactured by liberating ammonium upon heating ammonium orthomolybdate. In terms of application, the market can be divided into analytical reagent, fertilizers & micronutrient, catalyst, metals & ceramic, electroplating, corrosion inhibitor, pigment, and others. Ammonium molybdate is used in end-use industries such as chemical manufacturing, molybdate products, life science, research & laboratories, and others. Demand for ammonium molybdate is expected to be higher in the chemical manufacturing segment in the next few years. Increasing cost of raw materials and toxicity of ammonium molybdate are estimated to restrain the ammonium molybdate market. The compound is harmful for eyes, skin, kidneys, blood, and respiratory tract if swallowed or inhaled. Asia Pacific is estimated dominate the market in the near future. Industrial and economic growth in the region, and increase manufacturing capacities are boosting the ammonium molybdate market in Asia Pacific, particularly in China, Japan, and India. The ammonium molybdate market is anticipated to expand at a rapid pace in North America. 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Production of DL Tartaric Acid and Its Salts for Textile Industry

DL Tartaric Acid is a colorless and semi-transparent or white powder, with a sour taste. It is widely used in many fields such as foodstuff, medicine, the chemical and light industries etc., and is mainly used to make tartrates (tartaric acid salts), like antimony potassium tartrate, and potassium sodium tartrate. It can be used as a beer vesicant, foodstuff sourness agent, and flavoring etc. Its sourness is 1.3 times of that of citric acid, and it is especially suitable to be a sourness agent of grape juice. It is also very important for the tannage, photograph, glass, enamel and telecommunication equipment industries. Tartaric Acid is a white crystalline dicarboxylic acid found in many plants, particularly tamarinds and grapes. Tartaric acid is used to generate carbon dioxide through interaction with sodium bicarbonate following oral administration. Carbon dioxide extends the stomach and provides a negative contrast medium during double contrast radiography. Tartaric acid is an organic acid naturally found in fruits including grapes and tamarind. It is a principal ingredient in wine and provides it with the characteristic tart taste. Tartaric acid is primarily manufactured from natural raw materials; however, it can also be manufactured synthetically from maleic anhydride. Tartaric acid finds applications in the wine, food & beverages, construction, pharmaceutical, chemical, leather tanning, and metal finishing industries. It is used as an acidulant, pH control, and flavorant in wine. Tartaric acid is also used as an anti-microbial agent, anti-caking agent in bakery items and flavorant for fruit juices in the food & beverages industry. In the pharmaceutical industry, it is used as an excipient for drugs with poor solubility at higher pH levels. Tartaric acid is used as an anti-set agent in cement formulations in the construction industry. DL tartaric acid is very useful in many applications, • Tartaric Acid is widely used as antioxidant and acidity regulator in food production. As antioxidant: in canned food to maintain flavor and appearance. As acidity regulator: in canned food and confectionery to improve flavor. • Beverage Dl Tartaric Acid is widely used as antioxidant and acidity regulator in beverage. As acidity regulator: in soft drink to improve flavor. • Pharmaceutical Dl Tartaric Acid is widely used as intermediate in Pharmaceutical. As intermediate: in medicine manufacturing. • Cosmetics • Agriculture/Animal Feed • Other Industries Dl Tartaric Acid is widely used as antioxidant in various other industries. As antioxidant: in leather processing to soften leather. Tartaric acid is used in silvering mirrors, tanning leather, and in the making of Rochelle salt, which is sometimes used as a laxative. Salts of Tartaric Salts of tartaric acid are known as tartrates. It is a dihydroxyl derivative of succinic acid. 1. (R*, R*)-(+-)-2,3-dihydroxybutanedioic acid, Monoammonium Monosodium Salt 2. Aluminium Tartrate 3. Ammonium Tartrate 4. Calcium Tartrate 5. Calcium Tartrate Tetrahydrate 6. Mn (III) Tartrate 7. Potassium Tartrate 8. Seignette Salt 9. Sodium Ammonium Tartrate 10. Sodium Potassium Tartrate 11. Sodium Tartrate 12. Stannous Tartrate 13. Tartaric Acid 14. Tartaric Acid, ((R*, R*)-(+-))-isomer 15. Tartaric Acid, (R*, S*)-isomer 16. Tartaric Acid, (R-(R*, R*))-isomer 17. Tartaric Acid, (S-(R*, R*))-isomer 18. Tartaric Acid, Ammonium Sodium Salt, (1:1:1) Salt, (R*, R*)-(+-)-isomer 19. Tartaric Acid, Calcium Salt, (R-R*, R*)-isomer 20. Tartaric Acid, Monoammonium Salt, (R-(R*, R*))-isomer India Tartaric Acid Market is projected to grow at a robust CAGR due to increasing use of tartaric acid as a preservative in packaged foods coupled with growing use across various end-user industries, such as food & beverages, pharmaceuticals as it acts as an emulsifier and chelating agent. Moreover, the rising adoption of tartaric acid in antacids will drive the growth of the market further. Based on the type of tartaric acid, synthetic segment is expected to hold the largest market share in the forecast period as tartaric acid produced in the country is chemically synthesised. Based on the application, food & beverage is expected to lead the market in the next five years owing to the widespread applications of tartaric acid as emulsifier and preservative in packaged foods, bakery items, soft-drinks etc. The tartaric acid market is expected to record a moderate CAGR between 2018 and 2023. Increasing demand from the wine industry in the Asia-Pacific and Latin American regions, coupled with the growing demand for packaged food, is expected to drive the market during the forecast period. The market is primarily driven by the diverse uses of tartaric acid in the food & beverage industry. Owing to the changing lifestyles, the growing demand for packaged food in developing economies around the world is expected to boost market growth during the forecast period. Tartaric acid is widely used in the pharmaceutical segment. This is owing to its characteristic property of enhancing the taste of medicine, making it the material of choice for use in the pharmaceutical industry. Tartaric acid and its derivatives are widely used in making effervescent salts, which are formed when combined with citrates. The pharmaceutical industry is expected to be the one of the fastest growing segments by end-user industry in the global tartaric acid market due to the rise in medicine demand globally. The natural tartaric acid segment is projected to be the fastest-growing during the forecast period, due to its high usage in applications such food & beverages, especially in the wine industry, resulting in an exponential increase in the consumption and production. Tartaric acid is mostly used in the wine industry due to the major role it plays in maintaining the chemical stability of the wine, controlling the acidity of wine and its color, and finally in influencing the taste of the finished wine. Tartaric acid is widely used in the pharmaceutical segment. This is owing to its characteristic property of enhancing the taste of medicine, making it the material of choice for use in the pharmaceutical industry. Tartaric acid and its derivatives are widely used in making effervescent salts, which are formed when combined with citrates. The pharmaceutical industry is expected to be the one of the fastest growing segments by end-user industry in the global tartaric acid market due to the rise in medicine demand globally. The natural tartaric acid segment is projected to be the fastest-growing during the forecast period, due to its high usage in applications such food & beverages, especially in the wine industry, resulting in an exponential increase in the consumption and production. Tartaric acid is mostly used in the wine industry due to the major role it plays in maintaining the chemical stability of the wine, controlling the acidity of wine and its color, and finally in influencing the taste of the finished wine. Tartaric acid is widely used in the pharmaceutical segment. This is owing to its characteristic property of enhancing the taste of medicine, making it the material of choice for use in the pharmaceutical industry. Tartaric acid and its derivatives are widely used in making effervescent salts, which are formed when combined with citrates. The pharmaceutical industry is expected to be the one of the fastest growing segments by end-user industry in the global tartaric acid market due to the rise in medicine demand globally. The natural tartaric acid segment is projected to be the fastest-growing during the forecast period, due to its high usage in applications such food & beverages, especially in the wine industry, resulting in an exponential increase in the consumption and production. Tartaric acid is mostly used in the wine industry due to the major role it plays in maintaining the chemical stability of the wine, controlling the acidity of wine and its color, and finally in influencing the taste of the finished wine. 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Production of Stable Bleaching Powder

Production of Stable Bleaching Powder. Investment Opportunities in Chemical Industry Stable Bleaching Powder (Calcium Hypochlorite) is a widely used chemical. It decomposes on contact with water, releasing chlorine at the point of application. This makes it a strongoxidising, bleaching and disinfecting agent. Bleaching powder is basically a bleaching agent. It finds application as a bleaching agent in Textile Mills, Hand Looms and Power Looms, Hosiery, Laundry, Paper, Soap and Silicate manufacturing and as oxidizing agent in organic synthesis. It is not for Medicinal Use. Applications and Uses: • Disinfecting and deodorizing in food processing, beverage and sugar industries. • For finishing and extra sheen in the carpet industry. • Effluent control in wastes containing cyanide. • Bleaching of cotton yarn, cotton cloth and hemp in textile Industry. • Bleaching, stain removal & disinfection of cotton clothing in laundries, hospitals & homes. • Disinfection in water treatment & sewage disposal. • Controlling of mosquitoes through eradication of mosquito larvae in drains, gutters, ponds etc. • Disinfection, de-odorizing and bleaching of residential premises, swimming pools, public conveniences etc. • Disinfection for preservation of vegetables & fruits • Stable bleaching powder is used to disinfect ponds or seawater where shrimps and prawns are grown. In addition, it is used as a disinfectant and deodorizing agent to reduce the Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) concentration in water. • Stable bleaching powder is used to sterilize linen and remove stains. • Stable bleaching powder is used to bleach pulp and straw. • Stable bleaching powder finds wide use in the textile industry as a bleaching agent for cotton yarn and cloth. • SBP is used as a disinfectant and deodorising agent to reduce the BOD concentration and control cyanides in water. It is also used in swimming pools as a disinfectant and cleaning agent, apart from controlling algae. It is used in a variety of applications, the most important being as disinfectants and cleaners. Calcium hypochlorite is extensively used as a chlorine compound, which is highly effective against several microorganisms such as algae, bacteria, fungi, slime and other harmful and objectionable microorganisms which exist in the environment. Accordingly the quantity of textile finishing agents imported and the share of bleaching powder in the past seven years. There are six units manufacturing bleaching powder in Madhya Pradesh with a combined production capacity of 14,000 metric tonnes per annum. Calcium hypochlorite is one of the most widely used bleaching, sanitation and disinfecting agent in the world. It is an integral component of bleaching powder which also includes calcium chloride and slaked lime. Calcium hypochlorite is the second most used chemical type in the hypochlorite market, sodium hypochlorite being the most used type. However calcium hypochlorite has more available chlorine and is relatively more stable than liquid bleach. The global calcium hypochlorite market was valued at around US$ 5 Bn in 2016 and is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of more than 3% from 2018 to 2026. Expansion in the global calcium hypochlorite market is driven by the rise in demand for fresh water and increase in demand for calcium hypochlorite in pulp & paper applications. The calcium hypochlorite market in Asia Pacific is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of around 4% during the forecast period. Rapid urbanization in developing economies such as China and India is estimated to propel the calcium hypochlorite market in the region. Tags Stable Bleaching Powder, Calcium Hypochlorite, Bleaching Powder, Stable Bleaching Powder Manufacture, Stable Bleaching Powder Manufacturing Process, Chemical, Calcium Hypochlorite Manufacture, Stable Grade Bleaching Powder Plant, Bleaching Powder Production, Chemical Processing Plant, Small-Scale Manufacture of Bleaching Powder, Process for Production of Bleaching Powder, How to Manufacture Bleaching Powder? 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Production of Titanium Dioxide (TiO2)

Production of Titanium Dioxide (TiO2). Highly Profitable Chemical Business Ideas Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is a naturally occurring mineral that is mined from the earth, processed and refined, and added to a variety of foods, as well as other consumer products. White in color, it is used to enhance the color and sheen of certain foods and is also key for food safety applications. In its natural state it exists in different bulk crystalline forms, such as anatase and rutile, but during processing it is ground into a very fine powder. It is naturally opaque and bright, which makes it useful for use in paper, ceramics, rubber, textiles, paints and cosmetics. It is also UV-resistant, and is used widely in sunscreens and pigments that are likely to be exposed to light. It is used in a wide variety of personal care products, including color cosmetics such as eye shadow and blush, loose and pressed powders and in sunscreens. Uses & Benefits: The main use of titanium dioxide (TiO2) is as a white powder pigment because of its brightness and very high refractive index. This means that relatively low levels of the pigment are required to achieve a white opaque coating. Pure titanium dioxide is a fine, white powder that provides a bright, white pigment. Titanium dioxide has been used for a century in a range of industrial and consumer products, including paints, coatings, adhesives, paper, plastics and rubber, printing inks, coated fabrics and textiles, as well as ceramics, floor coverings, roofing materials, cosmetics, toothpaste, soap, water treatment agents, pharmaceuticals, food colorants, automotive products, sunscreen and catalysts. Titanium dioxide is produced in two main forms. The primary form, comprising over 98 percent of total production, is pigment grade titanium dioxide. The pigmentary form makes use of titanium dioxide’s excellent light-scattering properties in applications that require white opacity and brightness. The other form in which titanium dioxide is produced is as an ultrafine (nanomaterial) product. This form is selected when different properties, such as transparency and maximum ultraviolet light absorption, are required, such as in cosmetic sunscreens. In the pharmaceutical industry, titanium dioxide is used in most sunscreens to block UVA and UVB rays, similar to zinc oxide. It is also commonly used as pigment for pharmaceutical products such as gelatin capsules, tablet coatings and syrups. In the cosmetics industry, it is used in toothpaste, lipsticks, creams, ointments and powders. It can be used as an opacifier to make pigments opaque. Titanium dioxide is seeing growing demand in photocatalysts due to its oxidative and hydrolysis properties. As a photocatalyst, it can improve the efficiency of electrolytically splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen, and it can produce electricity in nanoparticle form. Applications include light-emitting diodes, liquid crystal displays (LCDs) and electrodes for plasma displays. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is derived from ilmenite a mineral found in the metamorphic, plutonic igneous rocks and beach sands in India. It can be classified into anatase, rutile and brokite, of which only anatase and rutile are commercially important. TiO2 is consumed across paints, plastics, paper and many other end use segments. The titanium Di-oxide market in India is projected to exhibit a CAGR of 3.98% during 2016-2025, owing to broad growing applications of titanium Di-oxide in paints, rubbers, plastics, textiles, cosmetics, pare & printings, etc. Titanium is the ninth most commonly found element in the earth's crust and is chemically inert in nature. Titanium Di-oxide is an oxide of titanium metal, which occurs naturally in several types of mineral sands and rocks. Minerals, metals and chemicals manufacturing industries majorly produce titanium Di-oxide in two grades namely, Rutile Grade and Anatase Grade titanium Di-oxide, owing toit's high refractive index, hiding power & opacity, low specific gravity and UV protecting properties. Thereby, boosting consumption of titanium Di-oxideacross various downstream industries such as paints, paper, rubber, textiles cosmetics etc. Furthermore, increasing awareness among consumers regarding the physical and chemical properties of titanium Di-oxide is further projected to drive India titanium Di-oxide market in the coming years. "Paints and varnishes manufacturing industry is the leading consumer of titanium dioxide in India. Paints is one of the mostly used building materials in constructions, furniture, automotive and other industries. Strong growth in construction and automotive industries in India is the major factor propeling demand for titanium dioxide pigments in paints and coatings production industry. Over the past few years, India paint market grew at a rate of around 15% and is expected to grow at the same pace in the coming years as well. The global titanium dioxide (TiO2) market size was valued at USD 13.3 billion in 2015. The market is expected to witness growth at a CAGR of over 8.9% from 2016 to 2025, owing to increasing demand from end-user industries. Usage of the product as pigments in paints & coatings formulation is expected to fuel industry growth over the next few years. The major growth drivers for this market are growing demand for titanium dioxide in end use industries like coatings, plastics and others. Technological innovations aimed at improving manufacturing processes to increase product yield with higher quality is expected to have a positive impact on the titanium dioxide pigment market. Within the global titanium dioxide market, the coatings segment is expected to remain the largest market. Increasing demand for architectural and industrial coatings in the developing countries of Asia Pacific, particularly China and India, has presented sound opportunities for titanium dioxide in the coatings industry, which would spur growth for this segment over the forecast period. Based on grade type, the global titanium dioxide market has been segmented into rutile and anatase. The anatase grade type segment is projected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2016 to 2021. Anatase grade titanium dioxide is preferred in the manufacturing of paper, as it is less abrasive to the papermaking machinery. The market for anatase segment is also expected to witness high growth owing to the increasing demand for the anatase grade of titanium dioxide in the paints & coatings application from the construction industry. Global titanium dioxide market is mainly driven by increasing demand for lightweight vehicles in the automobile industry especially in the developed countries like US, Germany and France. Rising demand for lightweight automobiles is expected to play a vital role in growth of global titanium dioxide market. Materials such as polycarbonates are used in manufacturing of lightweight automotive which have low scratch resistance value. Also, the product is used in various industries such as chemical intermediates, fiber, technical titanium, inks for printer and rubber. Paper industry is the third largest user of titanium dioxide and contributed 10.4% in terms of revenue globally. Titanium dioxide is used in manufacturing of decorative papers, these are used in manufacturing of flooring, furniture and wallpapers. Demand for high end furniture is increasing which is expected to boost the demand for titanium dioxide. The paper industry is expected to contribute about 10.4% during the forecast period. The Chloride Process: There are two main stages: a) The conversion of rutile to titanium (IV) chloride b) The oxidation of titanium (IV) chloride (a) The conversion of rutile to titanium (IV) chloride The rutile is fed into a heated bed together with a source of carbon, usually coke. Chlorine is fed into the bed and the reaction takes place to form titanium (IV) chloride in the vapour form which is removed from the bed. Iron and other metals in the ore are chlorinated and also leave the bed in the vapour state. The oxygen in the ores is combined with the carbon to form carbon monoxide and dioxide. The vapour stream is cooled and the metal chlorides other than titanium (IV) chloride are condensed and solidified. The titanium (IV) chloride vapour, which contains almost pure titanium (IV) chloride and has a lower boiling point, is then condensed and stored as liquid. It is then reboiled and distilled to give a purer product to feed to the next stage. (b) The oxidation of titanium (IV) chloride Liquid titanium (IV) chloride is vaporized and burnt in oxygen, together with a hydrocarbon fuel source (for example, methane) to a high temperature to initiate the reaction and keep the temperature high enough for the reaction to proceed: The titanium dioxide is formed (by adding seed crystals) as a fine solid in the gas stream and is filtered out of the waste gases using cyclones or filters. Once again control of crystal growth is important to give particles of the correct size for pigments. This is done by adding nucleating agents to the gas stream (e.g. water or Aluminium chloride) and by cooling the products. The chlorine in titanium (IV) chloride is released and recycled to the chlorination stage of the process above. The product contains small amounts of absorbed chlorine gas which are removed. The product is washed and dried before milling and surface treatment in an identical manner to that used in the Sulfate Process described. 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Production and Formulation of Fish and Shrimp (Prawn) Feed

Production and Formulation of Fish and Shrimp (Prawn) Feed. Commercial Aquaculture Feed Manufacturing Business Food is the main element for living of all animal. Like other animals fish also needs sufficient and nutritious fish feed for proper growth and survival. Maximum fish production is not possible without nutritious feed. The ingredients of well-balanced nutritious feed for fish are protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamins, minerals and water. The feed like moss or aquatic insects which produce naturally in the pond is not sufficient for fish. Aquafeed, also known as the fish feed, is a commercially produced food item for various aquatic species such as fish, crustaceans, and mollusks. Aquafeed is extensively used in the aquaculture sector. Fish cultivated on farms and feeding on pests found on crops can also be categorized under the aquafeed market segment. Aqua feed is food formulated specifically for fishes, which is commercially manufactured via numerous industrial procedures. Aqua feed is primarily available as pellets, which contain important ingredients that provide nutrition to fish. As per the fish species and size to be fed, these pellets are available in many sizes. Further, the properties of pellets can be easily changed so that they sink to the bottom of fish tanks or float on the surface of the water. The nutrient contents of the feed can be controlled and this has benefitted the global aqua feed market in the recent past. Also, there has been a growth in the farming aquatic species such as crustaceans, mollusks, and fish. With the globally increasing demand for fish and fish-based products, the compound feed demand in the aquatic animal food industry is also expected to increase. The growth is particularly high in emerging countries, such as China, India, and Brazil, owing to the increasing income levels due to expanding the middle class and increasing demand for seafood in these countries. The Asia-Pacific market though, accounts for a significant share in the overall market, is relatively unexplored, owing to the low level of organizing in the industry. Andhra Pradesh accounts for 22% of India’s total commercial aquafeed consumption followed by West Bengal; however, the penetration of commercial aquafeed is still at 10% for finfish category and a little higher for shellfish category in Andhra Pradesh. This makes the state an attractive investment destination for aquafeed manufacturers. From a land of traditional aquafeeding comprising rice/wheat bran, groundnut cake, and other agro products, India is emerging as a significant producer of commercial aquafeed. The thriving Indian aquaculture industry is the biggest advantage for aquafeed manufacturers. However, as majority of farmers feeding the aquatic species with traditional feeds owing to easy availability and lower prices, the transition towards commercial aquafeed will definitely take time. With the growing awareness among farmers regarding benefits of feeding the aquacultured species with commercial aquafeed, the popularity of commercial aquafeed is trickling down to various parts of the country. Further, the growing demand for fish in both the national and international markets is propelling fish cultivators in India to inculcate commercial feeding practices, so that the end product is healthy and nutritional. The global aqua feed market is segmented on the basis of geography and end-users. By end-users, the global aqua feed market is classified into crustaceans, carp, catfish, salmon, mollusks, tilapia, and others such as milkfish, eels, and trout. In 2012, by end-user, the highest demand for aqua feed was from the carps segment, accounting for 25% of the global aqua feed market. Carps have the highest demand in the retail industry whereas crustaceans have the highest demand in the food and the pharmaceutical industries. The rising demand for aqua feed from end-user segments such as mollusks and salmons is expected to propel the global aqua feed market in the near future. In terms of end-user, the global aqua feed market has classified into carp, crustaceans, salmon, mollusks, catfish, tilapia, and others. Carp stood as the leading end-use segment and accounting for 25% of the global aqua feed market. The carp and crustaceans segments are expected to display the fastest growth as they can withstand harsh environmental conditions. Mollusks segment accounted for the second largest share of the overall market and is expected to display above average growth rate in the near future. This is mainly due to the increasing consumer awareness about the health benefits of mollusks. Shrimp feed is produced in order to meet the nutritional requirements of farmed shrimps. It helps in maintaining the required levels of essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and other important nutrients. Some of the common ingredients used in shrimp feed include fish and squid meal, lecithin, fish oil, cereal flour and other essential and propriety additives. The use of good quality feed helps in improving the shrimp production, profits, and minimizing the environmental pollution generated from shrimp farming. Shrimp feeds have crude protein levels ranging from 32-38% and fat levels of 5-6%. Shrimp Feed production was approximately 600,000 tons, and fish feed production was 650,000 tons. If all the smaller feed mills were included in this survey, the total feed production in 2014 would have been more than 1.5 million tons. The Indian shrimp feed market reached a production volume of 872,700 Tons in 2017. One of the primary factors catalyzing the growth of the Indian shrimp feed market is the massive marine wealth in India that sustains the development of the aquaculture industry. Although shrimp farming is fully dependent on formulated feeds, freshwater finfish farming is still in the process of transitioning to use of pelleted feeds, from use of raw agricultural by-products, farm-made feeds and organic fertilizers. High value coastal carnivorous fin fish continues to be produced via a combination of trash fish and formulated feeds, both imported and produced locally. Recently, Indian, aqua feed sector is exploring the opportunity to utilize abundantly available spent residues, dried distillery grains with soluble as a potential ingredient in fish and shrimp feeds. 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Cattle & Poultry Feed Manufacturing Business

Cattle & Poultry Feed Manufacturing Business. Production of Livestock Feed Manufacturing. Profitable Premix and Animal Feed Industry Animal feed plays a vital role in the food chain as feed is one of the most crucial contributor in ensuring safe, abundant and affordable animal protein. Incessant population growth and rising affordability has surged demand for animal protein in India. Animal feed industry deals with food given to animals in cattle, poultry and aquaculture sector as part of animal husbandry. Indian feed industry predominantly caters to cattle and poultry feed segment. Poultry is the fastest growing livestock sector both in developed and developing countries. Poultry feed is the feedstock used for feeding the poultry for obtaining high quality, improves growth rate and lower the mortality rate. The feedstock is of different types depending on the end product such as for eggs or meat. Poultry feedstock is almost used in every poultry farm owing to its cost effective and desired results. Poultry feed market is a part of vast animal feed market and makes an important part of it as poultry is invariably consumed in most parts of the world. The concept of animal feed has been there in the market for several years especially in the developed markets. However, with the advent of globalization and rise in the standard of living of consumers, companies are expanding in the emerging markets of the world with improved products and wide range of options for each animal group. Poultry meat is the highest among others such as pork, beef and fish meat. Therefore, vast opportunity lies in the poultry feed segment. Demand for poultry feed in India has been increasing consistently over the last five years on account of rising population, growing demand for healthy poultry products such as broiler meat and surging demand for compound poultry feed. Growing demand for poultry products in India is being witnessed on account of increasing poultry population, and this is further anticipated to drive growth in India poultry feed market in the coming years. Growth of Indian animal feed market is propelled by rise in demand for animal protein, surge in dairy products consumption and growth of livestock population. However, there are various factors restraining growth of the market which includes high import duties on feed ingredients, vague regulatory regime, volatility in raw material prices and frequent disease outbreak. The market is characterized by leading trends such advent of non-traditional feed ingredients, genetically modifies animal feed and technological innovation in the industry. The poultry feed market to grow at a CAGR of around 8% till 2019-20. In the coming years, packaged poultry feed is expected to grow at a higher pace compared to the traditional poultry feed. In the coming years, packaged poultry feed is expected to grow at a higher pace compared to the traditional poultry feed. The Indian poultry feed industry, dependent on the sound growth of poultry has a great untapped potential, with southern part of India holding the maximum share of poultry production and consumption. Feed industry in India is about 50 years old. It primarily consists of cattle feed and poultry feed segments. Cattle feed industry in India is gradually evolving into an organized sector and the feed manufactures are increasingly using modern and sophisticated methods that seek to incorporate best global practices. Indian cattle feed industry has got high growth potential, given the country's top position among the world nations in respect of livestock population and also the high expected growth rate of about 4 per cent. Cattle feed encompasses of various type of forages such as grass, legumes, silage which is mainly used as dairy cattle feed along with soy, grain and other elements which upsurges energy density of diet. Cattle feed is edible and rich source of nutrients for growing, adult, milk producing and pregnant cattle. The global cattle feed market is anticipated to be driven by the increasing demand of milk products in developing nations, as cattle feed always aids to enhance the optimum level of milk production. Increasing demand of dairy product in Asia pacific region is anticipated to stimulate the global cattle feed market. Milk products are used widely in the various beverages and bakery products which in turn positively intensifies the sales of cattle feed. Due to the increasing awareness of the organic livestock farming, the sales of cattle feed will intensify in the near future. Also, the increasing demand for high protein food products, is anticipated to fuel the sales of cattle feed during the forecast period. Cattle feed market has been segmented on the basis of feed ingredients which comprises of Corn, soybean meal, wheat, oilseeds and others. Corn is accounting maximum market proportion during the forecast period. Cattle Feed market has been segmented on the basis of application which comprises of Dairy, Beef, Calf, swine and others. Among the application dairy is holding highest market proportion during the review period. Cattle Feed market has been segmented on the basis of additive which comprises of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, feed antibiotics, feed acidifiers, feed enzymes, antioxidants and others. The global Cattle Feed market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and rest of the world (ROW). Among these, North America is estimated to retain its dominance throughout the forecast period of 2017-2022. This is attributed by the presence of key players in the North America region. Also, the technological advancement of the products and also the awareness of the new product development is also propelling the sales of cattle feed. Europe region is estimated to account healthy market proportion during the review period of 2017-2022. Asia Pacific is projected to grow at a higher pace as compare to the other region. Especially China and India offer a lucrative opportunity in the Asia Pacific region for the Cattle Feed manufacturers. Feed Premix Market size is projected to exceed USD 10.5 billion by 2023, at more than 2.9% CAGR. Rising consumer awareness about product health benefits may drive premix market. Rise in animal production for meat consumption in India, China and Brazil should favor market size growth. U.S. and China are key producing countries. The U.S. market is focused on innovating cost-effective production process. Global poultry feed premix market is expected to exceed over USD 2.1 billion by 2023, at more than 3.5% CAGR. Global aqua feed premix market is projected to exceed USD 400 million by 2023, at more than 4% CAGR. Increase in processed cattle meat consumption coupled with growing concern for animal safety from diseases may pave way for feed premix market growth. U.S. is the leading producer of poultry products. Increase in processed poultry consumption led to high demand of quality meat in industry. Key elements, vitamins and minerals are important for animal metabolism. Vitamin premix dominated the overall consumption and may witness significant gains up to 2023. Global feed premix market is huge and has variety of feed premix available in the market. Each animal needs different nutrients and the feed premix are segregated accordingly. There is poultry feed, cow feed, and other related feed as per the animal needs. Just in the poultry segment, you have poultry vitamin premix, vitamin B12 feed supplement, multi vitamin mineral feed supplement etc., and just in the poultry industry you have so many varieties. One can imagine how many varieties will be available for different livestock farmers. It is essential to choose the right kind of feed premix for the animal so that livestock farming industry can do well and survive for a long period. 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Production of Glass Fiber

Production of Glass Fiber. Investment Opportunities in Composites Industry Glass fiber also called fiberglass. It is material made from extremely fine fibers of glass Fiberglass is a lightweight, extremely strong, and robust material. Although strength properties are somewhat lower than carbon fiber and it is less stiff, the material is typically far less brittle, and the raw materials are much less expensive. Its bulk strength and weight properties are also very favorable when compared to metals, and it can be easily formed using molding processes. Glass fiber is manufactured from various raw materials, namely, silica sand, alumina, limestone, clay, and boric acid. There are different types of glass fiber, like E-glass and S-glass, depending on the mechanical properties. E-glass has high mechanical properties and it is used in armor applications. Types of Glass Fiber As to the raw material glass used to make glass fibres, the following types of glass fiber: 1. A-glass: With regard to its composition, it is close to window glass. It is mainly used in the manufacture of process equipment. 2. C-glass: This kind of glass shows better resistance to chemical impact. 3. E-glass: This kind of glass combines the characteristics of C-glass with very good insulation to electricity. 4. AE-glass: Alkali resistant glass. Generally, glass consists of quartz sand, soda, sodium sulphate, potash, feldspar and a number of refining and dying additives. The characteristics, with them the classification of the glass fibres to be made, are defined by the combination of raw materials and their proportions. Textile glass fibres mostly show a circular. Glass fibres can be used as a reinforcing agent for different types of vegetable oil-based polymer composites because of their availability, low cost, high strength and chemical resistance. Different types of silicate glass fibres are used in the preparation of polymer composites, but lime-alumina-borosilicate (E-glass) glass fibre is the most widely used. It can be used as chopped strand mat, ribbon and woven fabrics. Although it exhibits high strength (tensile strength 3.45 kN mm?2), creep and chemical resistance, its specific gravity (2.5) is relatively high, which limits its uses in many advanced applications where light weight is important. Glass fibers are useful because of their high ratio of surface area to weight. However, the increased surface area makes them much more susceptible to chemical attack. By trapping air within them, blocks of glass fiber make good thermal insulation, with a thermal conductivity of the order of 0.05 W/ (mK). Indian glass fiber market is set to grow substantially in the next five years. The glass fiber industry in India is mainly driven by its domestic consumption by government, NGOs, and civic bodies. The Indian government use glass fiber in their defense segment and some projects may have more than 50% glass fiber materials used in them. Though the glass fiber industry slowed down during recession, it has gained momentum after 2011. According to market forecasts, India glass fiber market is expected to reach 754 million pounds ($752.7 M) by 2018. The fiberglass market was estimated at USD 13.95 Billion in 2017 and is projected to reach USD 18.75 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 6.1% between 2017 and 2022. The fiberglass market is growing due to the extensive use of fiberglass in the construction industry, use of fiberglass composites by the automotive industry for enhanced performance, and an increasing number of wind turbine installations. The global glass fiber market is promising with opportunities in the end use industries such as transportation, construction, pipe and tank, electrical and electronics, wind energy, and consumer goods, tanks, printed circuit boards, wind blades, and automotive parts. Emerging trends, which have a direct impact on the dynamics of the glass fiber industry, include cost optimization and performance enhancement of glass fibers. Glass fiber is primarily used as a composite in construction industry. It is highly used in building materials owing to the properties, such as lightweight, fire resistant, anti-corrosive, and exhibits excellent strength. It has been widely used in the construction industry for non-structural elements, like facade panels, piping, and channels. This material is very good in making shapes on the front of any building and it is less dense than steel. Therefore, the usage of glass fiber is increasing in construction industry, which is fueling the demand during the forecast period. Glass fiber is the most widely used reinforcing material in composites across the globe and accounts for a more than 90% share of reinforcement materials used in fiber reinforced plastics. Glass fiber offers qualities such as low weight, high strength, and impact resistance when compared its substitutes. Demand for glass fiber is high in end-use applications such as building and construction, transportation, consumer goods, industrial and wind turbine. Glass fiber comprises many extremely fine fibers of glass and is amorphous in nature. Glass fiber can also be used as a reinforcement material in plastic. Silicon dioxide, calcium dioxide, aluminum dioxide, and boron oxide are the key raw materials used in the production of glass fibers. Glass fiber is used in mats and fabrics as it offers corrosion resistance and thermal and electrical insulation. It is used in construction, aerospace tooling, automotive, electronics, and wind energy industries because of its excellent mechanical properties such as high tensile strength, stiffness, dimensional stability, thermal conductivity, and chemical resistance. Glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) is a high-performance building material that is used in the construction industry. Owing to its low weight, high strength-to-weight ratio, and excellent durability, it is used in the automotive and wind energy industries. Marine and automotive industries are among the key consumers of glass fibers owing to the need for impact resistance and lightweight materials. As glass fibers are lightweight and impact resistance in nature, they are being incessantly employed in the automotive and marine industries. They are the primary reinforcement materials in the marine composited. Glass fibers such as e-glass fibers are employed in the manufacturing of glass fiber reinforced plastics (GFRPs). Glass fiber reinforced plastics have features such as durability, high strength to weight ratio, and weather resistance, which are necessary for materials being used in the manufacturing of marine and automobile components. Glass fibers account for over 90% of the reinforcements that are used in the manufacturing of composites across the globe. There is an increased demand for glass fiber composites in the aerospace, automotive, wind energy, and construction & infrastructure applications, owing to their lightweight, high inherent strength, weather-resistant finish, and variety in surface textures offered by them. As the demand for glass fiber composites is increasing across the globe, several companies are investing in setting up their glass fiber composites manufacturing plants in the emerging economies such as China, India, etc. One of the major composite manufacturing companies, Owens Corning (U.S.), signed a strategic alliance with two China-based glass fiber manufacturing companies, namely, Xingtai Jinniu and Taishan Fiberglass in 2013 to enhance its supply of customized glass fiber reinforcements in the Asia-Pacific region. In 2017, the glass fiber market reached 2.5 billion pounds in terms of volume of composites materials produced. 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