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Edible Oils, Non Edible Oils, Fats, Vegetable Fats and Oils, Corn Oil, Cooking Oils, Rice Bran Oil, Castor Oil, Sesame Oil, Linseed Oil, Vanaspati Ghee Projects

India is a leading player in edible oils, being the world’s largest importer (ahead of the EU and China) and the world’s third-largest consumer (after China and the EU).A growing population, increasing rate of consumption and increasing per capita income are accelerating the demand for edible oil in India.

India is one of the largest producers of oilseeds in the world and this sector occupies an important position in the agricultural economy. Oilseeds and edible oils are two of the most sensitive essential commodities.  India grows oilseeds on an area of over 26 million hectares, with productivity of around 1000 kg a hectare. But self –reliance in edible oils is not in sight and the country imports almost half of its edible oil requirements.

India has a wide range of oilseeds crops grown in its different agro climatic zones. Groundnut, mustard/rapeseed, sesame, safflower, linseed, castor are the major traditionally cultivated oilseeds.  Soyabean and sunflower have also assumed importance in recent years. Coconut is most important amongst the plantation crops. Among the non-conventional oils, rice bran oil and cottonseed oil are the most important. The Indian edible oil industry is composed of some 15,000 oil mills, 600 solvent extraction units, 250 vanaspati units and about 400 refining units.

The National council of Applied Economic Research has projected the demand for edible oils under three scenarios on the basis of per capita income growing annually by 4%, 5% and 6%.Under the low growth scenario, the demand was to rise to 22.8 million tones, under medium growth scenario to 25.9 million tones and under high growth scenario to 29.4 million tones in the near future. The edible oil industry is largely dominated by the bulk segment. Unbranded segment accounts for anywhere between 80 and 90% of the total consumption. Imports are taking place in two forms-refined and crude oil. A large part of the crude oil gets sold as unbranded oil. The share of raw oil, refined oil and vanaspati in the total edible oil market is estimated at 35%, 55% and 10% respectively.

Coming to the non edible oil sector, there has been a great potential for production of bio-fuels like bio-ethanol and biodiesel. The country has been hit hard by the increased cost and uncertainty and so is exploring other energy sources occurring, bio-diesel, extracted from trees is one such alternative under consideration. Bio-diesel would be cheap to produce as it can be extracted from certain species of tree that are common in many parts of India. Due to the concern on the availability of recoverable fossil fuel reserves and the environmental problems caused by the use those fossil fuels, considerable attention has been given to biodiesel production as an alternative to petrodiesel. The focus is on biodiesel production which is produced from vegetable oils, animal fats or non-edible oils. Talking of non edible oils, the castor oil presently bears a great importance in this sector. Castor oil is one of the most useful plant oils. Castor Oil, in various grades, is used in pharmaceuticals, food and other industries. In addition, castor oil and its derivatives & castor-based oleochemicals are the source of a number of useful oleochemicals.

India’s edible oil imports increased to 6.12 lakh tonnes in the fiscal ended March 2010 while the non-edible oil imports fell to 20,575 tonnes, according to the Solvent Extractors Association.
The fall in the imports of non-edible oil was due to the higher imports due to the larger stocks at ports for lift and in pipelines. The country had imported 6.41 lakh tonnes of vegetable oils comprising edible and non-edible oil in March 2009. However, the overall import of vegetable oils rose 4.3% to 37.47 lakh tonnes during November 2009 to March 2010 compared with 35.92 lakh tonnes in the corresponding period of the previous year. Non-edible oil imports rose by 2.5% to 1.62 lakh tonnes during November 2009 to March 2010 compared with 1.58 lakh tonnes in the year-ago period, while edible oils imports increased to 35.85 lakh tonnes from 34.34 lakh tonnes.

Going by the market Statistics, the edible and non edible oil sector is all set for a boom in the market.The edible and non edible oil Industry needs to be strengthened by raising productivity, ensuring a reasonable price to the farmers and levying import duties at a reasonable level. Controls and regulations by government have left the oil industry in a highly competitive market dominated by both domestic and multinational players. It is the right time for an entrepreneur to venture into this sector which is highly profitable.

 

 

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Refined Oil(Cotton Seed Oil, Ground Nut Oil & Sunflower Oil) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study

Profile: Vegetable oils are obtained from oil seeds, tree crop or seed from the seed of annually grower crops. They include most of the fatty acids esters of glycerol, commonly called triglycerides which provide the world with its supplies of edible oils and fats. The fats and oils are respectively solid and liquid at ambient temperature. The term Vegetable Oils and Edible Oils are synonymous in the Indian context because in this country fats of animal origin such as fish oil and lard are not used as cooking media’s nevertheless, Edible oils are a major source of nutrition. The fatty acids in edible oils are required by the body as a vehicle for carrying vitamins, and they provide energy which is twice that of the cereals. The edible oils and fats such as olive, cottonseed, corn, groundnut, soyabean etc. have been found to be almost completely assimilated. As such vegetable oils may be classed as edible and non edible, important vegetable oils are castor, coconut, cottonseed, line seed, mustard, soyabeans, sunflower, ground nut and rice bran oil etc. Application: Edible oils have different applications dependent on their type: • Large quantities of vegetable oils are also used in industrial applications such as Soaps industry, Paints, varnishes and enamels industry and miscellaneous industries like lubricants, plastic, nylon, cosmetics, leather tanning, wool, pesticides, medical preparations etc. • Cottonseed oil is used primarily as such or in a hydrogenated form for edible purposes. • Cottonseed oil has many food applications. As a salad oil, it is used in mayonnaise, salad dressings, sauces, and marinades. As cooking oil, it is used for frying in both commercial and home cooking. • Sunflower oil is used as a lubricant, for lighting purposes and treatment of shoddy in woolen manufacture. • Sunflower oil is used as cooking and salad oil, for the manufacture of margarine, shortening and other edible products, in bakery goods, for packing sardines, and as a base for certain pharmaceuticals. • Groundnut oil is most commonly used when frying foods, particularly French fries and chicken. • Groundnut oil can also be used to make soap in a process called saponification. Indian Scenario: The demand for edible oils in India has shown a steady growth at a CAGR of 4.43% over the period from 2001 to 2011. The growth has been driven by improvement in per capita consumption, which in turn is attributable to rising income levels and living standards. In terms of volumes, palm oil, soyabean oil and mustard oil are the three largest consumed edible oils in India, with respective shares of 46%, 16% and 14% in total oil consumption in 2010. The Indian edible oil market is the world’s fourth-largest after the USA, China and Brazil. A growing population, increasing rate of consumption and increasing per capita income are accelerating the demand for edible oil in India. India is a leading player in edible oils, being the world’s largest importer and the world’s third largest consumer. Each year, India consumes over 10 million tons of edible oils. Edible oils have a high penetration of 90% in India. Since the applications and demand of refined oil is immense therefore the potential of the product is excellent. It is one of the imperative fields to endeavour. Cost Estimation: Refined oil Capacity: 30000MT/Annum, Refined oil, of which 10000 MT/Annum, Cotton seed oil, 10000 MT/ Annum, groundnut oil 10000 MT/Annum, sunflower oil Plant and Machinery: 922 Lakhs Cost of project: 2185 Lakhs Rate of return: 46% BEP: 57% Oil Seed Extraction Capacity: 3060 MT Oils/Annum 5350 cakes/Annum or 9000 MT oil seed extraction/Annum Plant and Machinery: 67 Lakhs Cost of project: 214 Lakhs Rate of return: 28% BEP: 70%
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Return: 46.00%Break even: 57.00%
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RICE BRAN OIL - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics

Profile Rice bran is the main source of rice oil. The majority of available bran continues to be used for animal feeds without being extracted for the oil. Rice oil, also called rice bran oil, has been used extensively in Asian countries. Rice oil is a minor constituent of rough rice when compared with the carbohydrate and protein content. Two major classes of lipids are present: those internal within the endosperm and those associated with the bran. The internal lipids contribute to the nutritional, functional, and sensory qualities of rice. Rice processing produces polished rice or the parboiled variety, in addition to two residues: husks (13%), used as fuel and bran (8%), used as animal feed, a food supplement and for edible oil production. In food industry, Rice is world’s most important food crop and more than half of the people in the world eat rice as the main part of their diet. The word to eat literally meant to eat rice. CHIEF CONSTITUENT Oleic acid 40 to 50%, linoleic 29-42% & saturated acids 16-20% grades. It is available in two grades; crude and edible. Rice bran oil is used in soap making and in animal feeds, hydrogenated oil can be used a shortening. Application Rice bran oil is truly The Worlds Healthiest edible oil, containing vitamins, antioxidants, nutrients and trans fat free. It is not just delicate and flavorful, it can help lower cholesterol, fight diseases, enhance the immune system, fight free radicals and more. Rice bran oil is extremely light, versatile and delicious. Used to fry, sauté, salad dressings, baking, dipping oils and where ever you use cooking oil. It is amazing cooking oil- light, healthy and also best in taste. Rice bran oil is vastly superior to traditional cooking oils and can be considered nutraceutical (food as medicine) oil that is perfect for all your healthy cooking needs. Rice bran oil is quickly becoming a favorite in commercial frying to replace hydrogenated oils that contain trans fat. This is due to rice bran oils health, flavor and performance benefits. Bran oil is used in the soap industry and to a limited extent refined to edible oil while the defatted bran meal is employed as an animal feed. Rice bran wax is an important by-product of rice bran oil industry. Rice bran wax can be used in the preparation of candles, polishes, cosmetics, emulsifiers and other industrial preparations. Market Scenario Indian edible oil industry is composed of some 15,000 oil mills, 600 solvent extraction units, 250 vanaspati units and over 600 refining units. With around 8% of world oilseeds production, over 7% of global protein meal production, around 4% of world oil meal export, total oilseeds production of 23 mn tonne and 5.6 mn tonne of edible oil production, India is the fourth largest edible oil economy in the world valued at USD 16.5 bn (Rs 660 bn). India has a share of nearly 6% of global vegetable oil production, nearly 11% of global vegetable oil imports and 9% of global edible oil consumption. And yet over 40% of the edible oil availability in the market is sourced from imports.
Plant capacity: 5100 MT/AnnumPlant & machinery: 280 Lakh
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 582 Lakh
Return: 45.00%Break even: 58.00%
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Olive Oil

The olive is a species of small tree in the family Oleaceae and is of major agricultural importance in the Mediterranean region as the source of olive oil. Olive oil is a fat obtained from the olive (the fruit of Olea europaea; family Oleaceae), a traditional tree crop of the Mediterranean Basin. The oil is produced by grinding whole olives and extracting the oil by mechanical or chemical means. It is commonly used in cooking, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and soaps and as a fuel for traditional oil lamps. Olive oil is used throughout the world, but especially in the Mediterranean countries. Olives can grow in water-scarce desert regions because of their low water requirement. Olive trees can adapt to a wide variety of soils, but prefer a soil with a balanced pH (neither acid nor alkaline) that is rich in organic matter. Growing Olive trees is a profitable business and olive trees have more than 250 years of life and it can grow on barren lands. On an average an olive plant produces 20 to 35 kg of olive fruits per year which contain more than 12 % of oil contents. The olive plants start giving fruits at the age of four to six years so cost incurred for initial four years is included in pre operating cost in this pre-feasibility. Olive oil is widely used in countries where fats are scarce. Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fats, antioxidants and vitamin E and is claimed to have a significant effect on cholesterol. Using olive oil as a cooking medium can lower blood pressure and prevent risk of heart attacks. There are numerous other benefits of olive oil making it a vital addition in a healthy diet and India’s CVD and diabetes issues can certainly be mitigated with this heart-healthy cooking medium. Olives are now being looked at for use as a renewable energy source, using waste produced from the olive plants as an energy source that produces 2.5 times the energy generated by burning the same amount of wood. The smoke released has no negative impact on neighbours or the environment, and the ash left in the stove can be used for fertilizing gardens and plants. ADVANTAGES OF OLIVE: The Vitamin E contained in Olives is the body's primary fat-soluble antioxidant. Anti-oxidants help to strengthen the body's immune system; reducing the severity of asthma, cancer, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis, premature ageing, as well as delaying the effects of ageing. It is used as a balm, it fortifies and moisturizes the skin, combating dry skin and softening it. It also combats against acne. It helps against wrinkles and delaying the effects of old age, help combat against strokes, heart-disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. The decoction of olive leaves in water is effective against mouth and lip ulcers and allergic dermatitis also. Tea of Olive leaves helps against high blood pressure. MARKET POTENTIAL: Olive oil in India is in its nascent stage accounting for just about 0.1 percent of the 3.5 million tons of the branded edible oil market in the world’s second most populous country. The Indian consumer typically adopts multiple oils at the same time. Oils are matched to recipes and the intensity of usage varies. With this in mind and with imports increasing to 6,798 MT there is a huge growth prospect in plantations. These little green bulbs have the potential to change the fortunes of farmers. The olive oil market in India is growing at a rate of 50 percent and productions, beginning very soon, will increases this potential and demand. Olive oil is finally creating a niche in India’s edible oil market. Retail is the biggest segment accounting for 75-80 percent of sales; the institutional segment is still small accounting for 30 percent of consumption. With 60 percent of the national market being controlled by 3 companies in India, and Spain and Italy accounting for 90 percent of the import, there is definitely a potential for other companies and producers to enter the market and more are expected to do so. The Indian olive oil market pegged at Rs 52 Crores until 2006, is now (in 2012) at Rs. 380 Crores. With this expected boom to reach Rs. 550 Crores by the end of 2012 and as per the Indian Olive Association hopes to reach 2,5000 MT in 2020, international olive oil manufacturers and producers are planning their early entry into the Indian market.
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Return: 1.00%Break even: 1.00%
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RICE BRAN OIL (SOLVENT EXTRACTION)- Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Plant Layout

Rice is an important food crop. It is consumed by more than half of the world’s population living in the developing countries. The demand of rice is increasing every day with the rise in population. It is therefore imperative to have continuous and concerted efforts to increase rice production to keep pace with the demand. Among the several approaches, varietal improvement through development of varieties with inherent high yielding potential, resistance to major biotic and abiotic stresses and adaptable to various rice growing environment is of paramount importance. Rice bran is a by- product resulting from the processing of rice. Even though the process, which consists in removing certain outer layers of the caryopsis, is basically the same in all cases, it can be carried out in a number of ways, some of which have a vital bearing on the characteristics of the end product. The bran thus produced may have quite different properties; therefore their particular identity should be differentiated and maintained. Rice bran is the main source of rice oil. The majority of available bran continues to be used for animal feeds without being extracted for the oil. Rice oil, also called rice bran oil, has been used extensively in Asian countries. Rice oil is a minor constituent of rough rice when compared with the carbohydrate and protein content. Two major classes of lipids are present: those internal within the endosperm and those associated with the bran. The internal lipids contribute to the nutritional, functional, and sensory qualities of rice. Rice bran oil is truly “The World’s Healthiest” edible oil, containing vitamins, antioxidants, nutrients and Trans fat free. It is not just delicate and flavorful; it can help lower cholesterol, fight diseases, enhance the immune system, and fight free radicals and more. Rice bran oil is extremely light, versatile and delicious. Used to fry, sauté, salad dressings, baking, dipping oils and where ever you use cooking oil. It is amazing cooking oil- light, healthy and also best in taste. Rice bran oil is vastly superior to traditional cooking oils and can be considered nutraceutical (food as medicine) oil that is perfect for all your healthy cooking needs. Rice bran oil is quickly becoming a favorite in commercial frying to replace hydrogenated oils that contain trans fat. This is due to rice bran oils health, flavor and performance benefits. Rice bran is a by-product of the rice milling process. Rice bran is the most important source of edible oil among the unconventional sources. Rice bran is the brown coating around the white starchy rice kernel, which is obtained by de-husking paddy and polishing the rice. While white rice holds little nutritional value, the bran that is removed contains 65 percent of the rice kernel’s nutrients and boasts a bounty of healthful benefits. The thin brown layer that is milled off in the processing of white rice, rice bran is just as effective as the other bran in fighting high cholesterol and providing high-grade fiber. USES & APPLICATION The crude bran oil thus obtained can be used for manufacture of soap, emulsifiers, fatty acid, plasticisers, cosmetics and tocoferol (vitamin E) etc. Crude rice bran oil is an edible grade vegetable oil intended for additional processing before human consumption. Crude rice bran oil is also source of high value added by-products. Thus, if the by-products are derived from the crude rice bran oil and the resultant oil is used as a feedstock for biodiesel, the resulting biodiesel could be quite economical and affordable. Crude rice bran oil is a rich source of high value-added byproduct. Therefore, use of rice bran oil as raw material for the production of biodiesel not only makes the process economical but also generates value added bio-active compounds. Crude rice bran oil helps reduce dust in feed, making it more palatable to animals. Moreover it acts as a lubricant in animal feed pelletization stage. Crude Rice bran oil is used as a raw material in manufacturing refined Rice bran oil. Rice bran with low levels of available carbohydrate (25 per cent) and high level of fat (20 per cent) can be considered as a good source of energy when used as a supplementary food for diabetics. Rice bran with 15 to 20 per cent oil can serve as a good source of energy and Essential Fatty Acids (EFA). It is also a commercial source of edible oil. Rice bran wax can be used in the preparation of candles, polishes, cosmetics, emulsifiers and other industrial preparations. It is the cuticle existing between the rice and the husk of the paddy, which comprises the germ the perricorp, and aleuronic layer. The bran is obtained as a by-product in rice milling during polishing of rice obtained after dehusking of paddy etc. MARKET SURVEY India produces about 80 million tonnes of paddy annually. This can yield about 5 million tonnes of rice bran and to the extent of 8 lakhs tonnes of rice bran oil. During 1983 - 84, the country processed only 13 lakhs tonnes of rice bran, though the installed processing capacity is around 32 lakhs tonnes. Production of rice bran oil is currently estimated at about 2 lakhs tonnes and hardly 10-15 per cent of it is of edible grade, although the potential availability is reckoned at about 8 lakhs tonnes. The wide gap between the actual production and the potential availability of rice bran oil is primarily due to the fact that at present around 70 per cent of the paddy produced in the country is processed through huller mills while only 30 percent is processed by modern Sheller mills. It has been estimated that huller mills number about 80,000 while there are only 28,000 modern Sheller mills. PRESENT MANUFACTURERS A G Fats Ltd. Agrawal Oil Extractions Ltd. Agro Tech India Ltd. Balaji Agro Oils Ltd. Bharani Oils Ltd. Boppana Oils Ltd. Cethar Foodoil Ltd. Chaitanya Oils Ltd. Globus Industries & Services Ltd. Goa Agro Oil Ltd. Godavari Edible Bran Oil Ltd. J R Foods Ltd. J S P Oils & Fats Ltd. K G N Agro Internationals Ltd. Kanakadurga Agro Oil Products Ltd. Kedia Overseas Ltd. Lakshmi Energy & Foods Ltd. Malwala Oils Ltd. Midland Industries Ltd. Modi Naturals Ltd. Morinda Overseas Inds. Ltd. Neha Oils Ltd. Patliputra Industries Ltd. Prakash Solvent Extractions Ltd. Raghunath Cotton & Oil Products Ltd. Ravindra Solvent Oils Ltd. Rice Oil & Foods Ltd. S K M Animal Feeds & Foods (India) Ltd. Sambandam Solvent Extraction Ltd. Satyakala Agro Oil Products Ltd. Sethia Oil Inds. Ltd. Sethia Oils Ltd. Shanti Kunj Solvent Ltd. Shree Madhav Edible Products Ltd. Shree Shakthi Agro Oils Ltd. Siddaganga Oil Extractions Pvt. Ltd. Siris Agro Ltd. Sona Oil & Chemical Inds. Ltd. Sonitpur Solvex Ltd. Sree Tulasi Solvent Extractions Ltd. Sri Murugarajendra Oil Industry Ltd. Srihitha Refineries Ltd. Sudha Agro Oil & Chemical Inds. Ltd. Tara Health Foods Ltd. Thapar Agro Mills Ltd. Unique Organics Ltd. Vegepro Foods & Feeds Ltd. Vijay Agro Products Pvt. Ltd.
Plant capacity: 388 MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs. 615 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 1760 Lakhs
Return: 30.02%Break even: 47.16%
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EDIBLE OIL REFINERY UNIT - 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

Rice is grown over vast areas of land around the world and is a major staple food for more than half of the world population. Rice is an excellent source of nutrients, where protein contains the eight essential amino acids. Rice is a relatively good source of thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, phosphorous, iron and potassium and is also a good source of carbohydrates, which serves as a form of energy. Non-allergenic and gluten-free characteristics make rice ideal for persons with these special dietary requirements. Harvested rice is in the form of rough rice (paddy) with the edible portion covered with an outer protective layer known as the husk or hull. After being dried, the rice passes though Sheller machines to remove the hull material. Shelling produces brown rice, with a thin bran layer surrounding the rice kernel. Abrasive forces in the milling machine remove the outer bran layer on the brown rice and the resultant product is white rice. White rice is consumed after appropriate polishing to further remove any remaining bran layers and to give a desired degree of whiteness and polish. The rice hull and rice bran are obtained as by-products of the rice milling industry. Rice bran, which includes the pericarp, the aleurone and sub-aleurone layers, parts of the germ and the embryo as well as small portions of the starchy endosperm, is a valuable milling by-product. After milling, the immediate stabilization of rice bran using thermal treatment techniques deactivates enzymes responsible for its degradation. Stabilized rice bran is free from rancidity, off flavors, and bitter and soupy taste, and is suitable for further use and processing. Rice bran had gained significant attention after adequate progress in its stabilization techniques Bran, 10% of the weight of rough rice, is rich in oil (15- 22 %), depending on the milling procedure and the rice variety. Most crude oils and fats, whether obtained by pressing, solvent extraction or rendering are given a preliminary cleaning and clarification treatment by setting, screening, filtration or centrifugation to make them more resistant against deterioration during storage. When required for edible purposes they are nearly always given a further refining treatment, when intended for technical non edible purposes they also frequently need some treatment to remove impurities, degradation products or undesirable constituents which would interface with their use. Rice bran crude oils obtained by solvent extraction are given a preliminary cleaning and clarification treatment by allowing the crude oil to settle followed by screening, filtration or centrifugation to make them more resistant against deterioration during storage. Special characteristics of rice bran oil are the very marked resistance to oxidative rancidity. The stabilities of the refined, bleached and deodorized rice bran oil and the hydrogenated products are approximately twice those of comparable, commercially acceptable vegetable fat. USES AND APPLICATION Rice Bran Oil is a healthy oil with uses in cooking, frying, as a salad dressing, baking, soap making, as even a supplement to horses, dogs and other animals. Thus, Rice bran oil can be used as vegetable oil in the domestic purposes for consumer use. It can be used for hydrogenation purpose. It can be used for the extraction of fatty acids and glycerol from it.It is also use to treat nerve imbalance. The use of Rice bran oil not more than half a litre in a months is sufficient for good health. MARKET SURVEY Indian edible oil industry is composed of some 15,000 oil mills, 600 solvent extraction units, 250 vanaspati units and over 600 refining units. These employ over a million people.With around 8% of world oilseeds production, over 7% of global protein meal production, around 4% of world oil meal export, total oilseeds production of 23 mn tonne and 5.6 mn tonne of edible oil production, India is the fourth largest edible oil economy in the world valued at USD 16.5 bn (Rs 660 bn). India has a share of nearly 6% of global vegetable oil production, nearly 11% of global vegetable oil imports and 9% of global edible oil consumption. And yet over 40% of the edible oil availability in the market is sourced from imports. The edible oil segment is currently undergoing a metamorphosis as a result of spiralling prices of soft oils - sunflower and soyabean. Premium branded vegetable oil makers are expanding their product portfolio to include less-upmarket oils from cottonseed, groundnut or even palmolein in consumer packs. India has a potential to produce about 1.50 mn tonne of rice bran oil. Of this potential, only half or 750,000 tonne, is produced. Some 200,000 tonne of oil is being used as refined rice bran oil for cooking. The rest is used in vanaspati. There are some 30 plants refining crude rice bran oil. PRESENT MANUFACTURERS Agrawal Oil Extractions Ltd. Globus Industries & Services Ltd. J R Foods Ltd. Kedia Overseas Ltd. Morinda Overseas Inds. Ltd. Rajaram Solvex Ltd. S K M Animal Feeds & Foods (India) Ltd. Shanti Kunj Solvent Ltd. Sree Tulasi Solvent Extractions Ltd. Sri Murugarajendra Oil Industry Ltd. Thapar Agro Mills Ltd.
Plant capacity: 80 MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs. 962 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 2113 Lakhs
Return: 27.62%Break even: 46.86%
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Castor Oil (Extraction and Refining) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

India is one of the best producers of castor seed. Castor seed oil content, it may vary from 35-40%. Production of castor oil by extraction process is economic one. Process of extraction may be batch type or continuous. Oil Extraction process carried over the following stages to get pure castor oil; they are Extraction process, Distillation process, Separation of excess wax available in the oil. Packing material required for distribution of oil will be plastic drum or barrel or plastic containers or metal container. It can be easily transportable and handable. There is very good market demand of castor oil in the indigenous market. There is also very good export market of the product. There are more than 100 derivatives produced from castor oil in the Germany. As a whole castor oil project is one of the good project in India which has good prospect. Castor seed is grown commercially on plantations but also harvested from wild plants. The seed must be hulled after harvesting. The seeds contain about 50 percent oil by weight. To extract the oil they must be crushed and pressed with hydraulic or continuous screw pressing at high or low temperature. Further solvent extraction can release much of the remaining oil. Modification of the oil is achieved by a variety of chemical processes including oxidation, hydrogenation and thermal treatments to produce products for specific applications. Castor Oil Extraction The ripe seeds are allowed to dry, when they split open and discharge the seeds. These seeds are cleaned, cooked and dried prior to extraction. Oil is then extracted by pre-pressing, using a high pressure continuous screw press – called the expeller. Extracted oil is filtered. Material finally discharged from the press, called cake, contains 8 to 10 percent oil. It is crushed into a coarse meal, and subjected to solvent extraction with hexane or heptane. Oil Purification Once the oil has been extracted from the seed, it is necessary to remove impurities from the oil. The oil is essentially a pure triglyceride, and contains almost 90% of glyceryl tricinoleate. It is the ricinoleic triglyceride that is needed in order to produce high quality castor oil. The crude oil is then refined by Settling and Degumming of the oil, Bleaching, Neutralization and Steam Stripping. Uses & Application • It has medicinal value; it is used in the different variety of medicinal product. • 2. It can be commercially used as antifoaming agent. • 3. It has largely used in the cosmetics industry for the production of hair oil. • 4. It can be commercially used for the production of different grade of plastic additives. Market Survey Indian edible oil industry is composed of some 15,000 oil mills, 600 solvent extraction units, 250 vanaspati units and over 600 refining units. These employ over a million people. With around 8% of world oilseeds production, over 7% of global protein meal production, around 4% of world oil meal export, total oilseeds production of 23 mn tonne and 5.6 mn tonne of edible oil production, India is the fourth largest edible oil economy in the world valued at USD 16.5 bn (Rs 660 bn). India has a share of nearly 6% of global vegetable oil production, nearly 11% of global vegetable oil imports and 9% of global edible oil consumption. And yet over 40% of the edible oil availability in the market is sourced from imports. In a large measure the dwindling state of the oilseeds production is attributable to the low crop yields, which have fluctuated drastically. In the recent years, the production of oilseeds got stumbled to a very low of 691 kg/ha and recorded the average yield of 935 Kg/ha over next three years. This has adversely affected the availability of edible oils in the country. The country has depended largely on imports to meet the domestic demand pegged at around 12 mn tonne now. According to the data compiled by the Solvent Extractors' Association (SEA).estimates of the country's vegetable oil imports are 8 mn tonne against 7.5 mn tonne predicted earlier for the year. Apart from lower domestic production, increase in domestic consumption due to reduced domestic prices and zero import duty on crude edible oil were responsible for increased import. The production of oils from the solvent extraction sector has increased steadily to the level of 1.4 mn tonne. Of the 1.4 mn tonne, 14% or about 195,000 tonne of output represents industrial oils. These, along with the production from nine oilseeds, are expected to augment the domestic production to around 8 mn tonne. The edible oil segment is currently undergoing a metamorphosis as a result of spiraling prices of soft oils - sunflower and soyabean. The edible oil industry is quite unique as its demand exhibits near price inelasticity. While oils have witnessed sharp rise of 30 to 40% in the price of imported edible oil, the imports too have increased by 40%. Edible oil imports were 1.5 mn tonne as compared to 1.1 mn tonne in the corresponding period in the next year. The edible oil imports in the country are likely to surge from the existing 6 mn tonne to 8.3 mn tonne in 2015. This corresponds to the existing demand for edible oils of around 12 mn tonne expected to increase by 77% to 21.3 mn tonne by 2015. It is claimed that a marginal 23% increase by 2015 in acreage under oilseeds could contribute substantially to the total output, thereby reducing the dependence on imports. The introduction of innovative and modern technology could help increase the yield of oilseeds in the country to 1.4 tonne by 2015 from the current level of 0.9 tonne a hectare currently. Accordingly, the total oilseed production has to increase substantially to 44.8 mn tonne, by 2015 from the present level of around 23 mn tonne. This would result in higher availability of oil seeds for the mills to crush, augmenting total edible oil production to nearly 13.5 tonne by 2015. Few Major Players are named as under: Amrit Agro Inds. Ltd. Balaji Agro Inds. Ltd. Bhagat International Pvt. Ltd. Biotor Industries Ltd. Dolat Investments Ltd. Growmore Solvent Ltd. [Merged] Gufic Biosciences Ltd. Gujarat Ambuja Proteins Ltd. [Merged] Gujarat Speciality Lubes Ltd. Ihsedu Agrochem Pvt. Ltd. Ihsedu Itoh Green Chemicals Mktg. Pvt. Ltd. India Castor Ltd. Jamnadas Madhavji Intl. Ltd. Jayant Agro-Organics Ltd. Kalyani Refineries Ltd. N K Industries Ltd. Nu Tech Organic Chemicals Ltd. State Trading Corpn. Of India Ltd. Sunrise Oleochemicals Ltd. Trisuns Chemical Industry Ltd.
Plant capacity: 6000 MT/annumPlant & machinery: 335 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: 631 Lakhs
Return: 28.00%Break even: 55.00%
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Castor Oil (Extraction and Refining) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

India is one of the best producers of castor seed. Castor seed oil content, it may vary from 35-40%. Production of castor oil by extraction process is economic one. Process of extraction may be batch type or continuous. Oil Extraction process carried over the following stages to get pure castor oil; they are Extraction process, Distillation process, Separation of excess wax available in the oil. Packing material required for distribution of oil will be plastic drum or barrel or plastic containers or metal container. It can be easily transportable and handable. There is very good market demand of castor oil in the indigenous market. There is also very good export market of the product. There are more than 100 derivatives produced from castor oil in the Germany. As a whole castor oil project is one of the good project in India which has good prospect. Castor seed is grown commercially on plantations but also harvested from wild plants. The seed must be hulled after harvesting. The seeds contain about 50 percent oil by weight. To extract the oil they must be crushed and pressed with hydraulic or continuous screw pressing at high or low temperature. Further solvent extraction can release much of the remaining oil. Modification of the oil is achieved by a variety of chemical processes including oxidation, hydrogenation and thermal treatments to produce products for specific applications. Castor Oil Extraction The ripe seeds are allowed to dry, when they split open and discharge the seeds. These seeds are cleaned, cooked and dried prior to extraction. Oil is then extracted by pre-pressing, using a high pressure continuous screw press – called the expeller. Extracted oil is filtered. Material finally discharged from the press, called cake, contains 8 to 10 percent oil. It is crushed into a coarse meal, and subjected to solvent extraction with hexane or heptane. Oil Purification Once the oil has been extracted from the seed, it is necessary to remove impurities from the oil. The oil is essentially a pure triglyceride, and contains almost 90% of glyceryl tricinoleate. It is the ricinoleic triglyceride that is needed in order to produce high quality castor oil. The crude oil is then refined by Settling and Degumming of the oil, Bleaching, Neutralization and Steam Stripping. Uses & Application • It has medicinal value; it is used in the different variety of medicinal product. • 2. It can be commercially used as antifoaming agent. • 3. It has largely used in the cosmetics industry for the production of hair oil. • 4. It can be commercially used for the production of different grade of plastic additives. Market Survey Indian edible oil industry is composed of some 15,000 oil mills, 600 solvent extraction units, 250 vanaspati units and over 600 refining units. These employ over a million people. With around 8% of world oilseeds production, over 7% of global protein meal production, around 4% of world oil meal export, total oilseeds production of 23 mn tonne and 5.6 mn tonne of edible oil production, India is the fourth largest edible oil economy in the world valued at USD 16.5 bn (Rs 660 bn). India has a share of nearly 6% of global vegetable oil production, nearly 11% of global vegetable oil imports and 9% of global edible oil consumption. And yet over 40% of the edible oil availability in the market is sourced from imports. In a large measure the dwindling state of the oilseeds production is attributable to the low crop yields, which have fluctuated drastically. In the recent years, the production of oilseeds got stumbled to a very low of 691 kg/ha and recorded the average yield of 935 Kg/ha over next three years. This has adversely affected the availability of edible oils in the country. The country has depended largely on imports to meet the domestic demand pegged at around 12 mn tonne now. According to the data compiled by the Solvent Extractors' Association (SEA).estimates of the country's vegetable oil imports are 8 mn tonne against 7.5 mn tonne predicted earlier for the year. Apart from lower domestic production, increase in domestic consumption due to reduced domestic prices and zero import duty on crude edible oil were responsible for increased import. The production of oils from the solvent extraction sector has increased steadily to the level of 1.4 mn tonne. Of the 1.4 mn tonne, 14% or about 195,000 tonne of output represents industrial oils. These, along with the production from nine oilseeds, are expected to augment the domestic production to around 8 mn tonne. The edible oil segment is currently undergoing a metamorphosis as a result of spiraling prices of soft oils - sunflower and soyabean. The edible oil industry is quite unique as its demand exhibits near price inelasticity. While oils have witnessed sharp rise of 30 to 40% in the price of imported edible oil, the imports too have increased by 40%. Edible oil imports were 1.5 mn tonne as compared to 1.1 mn tonne in the corresponding period in the next year. The edible oil imports in the country are likely to surge from the existing 6 mn tonne to 8.3 mn tonne in 2015. This corresponds to the existing demand for edible oils of around 12 mn tonne expected to increase by 77% to 21.3 mn tonne by 2015. It is claimed that a marginal 23% increase by 2015 in acreage under oilseeds could contribute substantially to the total output, thereby reducing the dependence on imports. The introduction of innovative and modern technology could help increase the yield of oilseeds in the country to 1.4 tonne by 2015 from the current level of 0.9 tonne a hectare currently. Accordingly, the total oilseed production has to increase substantially to 44.8 mn tonne, by 2015 from the present level of around 23 mn tonne. This would result in higher availability of oil seeds for the mills to crush, augmenting total edible oil production to nearly 13.5 tonne by 2015. Few Major Players are named as under: Amrit Agro Inds. Ltd. Balaji Agro Inds. Ltd. Bhagat International Pvt. Ltd. Biotor Industries Ltd. Dolat Investments Ltd. Growmore Solvent Ltd. [Merged] Gufic Biosciences Ltd. Gujarat Ambuja Proteins Ltd. [Merged] Gujarat Speciality Lubes Ltd. Ihsedu Agrochem Pvt. Ltd. Ihsedu Itoh Green Chemicals Mktg. Pvt. Ltd. India Castor Ltd. Jamnadas Madhavji Intl. Ltd. Jayant Agro-Organics Ltd. Kalyani Refineries Ltd. N K Industries Ltd. Nu Tech Organic Chemicals Ltd. State Trading Corpn. Of India Ltd. Sunrise Oleochemicals Ltd. Trisuns Chemical Industry Ltd.
Plant capacity: 6000 MT/annumPlant & machinery: 335 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: 631 Lakhs
Return: 28.00%Break even: 55.00%
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Castor Oil (Extraction and Refining) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

India is one of the best producers of castor seed. Castor seed oil content, it may vary from 35-40%. Production of castor oil by extraction process is economic one. There is very good market demand of castor oil in the indigenous market. There is also very good export market of the product. India is the fourth largest edible oil economy in the world valued at USD 16.5 bn (Rs 660 bn). India has a share of nearly 6% of global vegetable oil production, nearly 11% of global vegetable oil imports and 9% of global edible oil consumption. And yet over 40% of the edible oil availability in the market is sourced from imports. The edible oil imports in the country are likely to surge from the existing 6 mn tonne to 8.3 mn tonne in 2015. This corresponds to the existing demand for edible oils of around 12 mn tonne expected to increase by 77% to 21.3 mn tonne by 2015. It is claimed that a marginal 23% increase by 2015 in acreage under oilseeds could contribute substantially to the total output, thereby reducing the dependence on imports. The introduction of innovative and modern technology could help increase the yield of oilseeds in the country to 1.4 tonne by 2015 from the current level of 0.9 tonne a hectare currently. There are more than 100 derivatives produced from castor oil in the Germany. As a whole castor oil project is one of the good project in India which has good prospect. Few Major Players are named as under: Amrit Agro Inds. Ltd. Balaji Agro Inds. Ltd. Bhagat International Pvt. Ltd. Biotor Industries Ltd. Dolat Investments Ltd. Growmore Solvent Ltd. [Merged] Gufic Biosciences Ltd. Gujarat Ambuja Proteins Ltd. [Merged] Gujarat Speciality Lubes Ltd. Ihsedu Agrochem Pvt. Ltd. Ihsedu Itoh Green Chemicals Mktg. Pvt. Ltd. India Castor Ltd. Jamnadas Madhavji Intl. Ltd. Jayant Agro-Organics Ltd. Kalyani Refineries Ltd. N K Industries Ltd. Nu Tech Organic Chemicals Ltd. State Trading Corpn. Of India Ltd. Sunrise Oleochemicals Ltd. Trisuns Chemical Industry Ltd.
Plant capacity: 6000 MT/annumPlant & machinery: Rs. 335 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 631 Lakhs
Return: 28.00%Break even: 55.00%
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Rice Bran Oil (Solvent Extraction) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Plant Layout

Rice is an important food crop. Rice bran is a by- product resulting from the processing of rice. It is the main source of rice oil. The majority of available bran continues to be used for animal feeds without being extracted for the oil. Rice oil, also called rice bran oil, has been used extensively in Asian countries. Rice bran oil is extremely light, versatile and delicious. Used to fry, sauté, salad dressings, baking, dipping oils and where ever you use cooking oil. It is amazing cooking oil- light, healthy and also best in taste. The crude bran oil can also be used for manufacture of soap, emulsifiers, fatty acid, plasticisers, cosmetics and tocoferol (vitamin E) etc. India produces about 80 million tonnes of paddy annually. This can yield about 5 million tonnes of rice bran and to the extent of 8 lakhs tonnes of rice bran oil. Production of rice bran oil is currently estimated at about 2 lakhs tonnes and hardly 10-15 per cent of it is of edible grade, although the potential availability is reckoned at about 8 lakhs tonnes. The wide gap between the actual production and the potential availability of rice bran oil is primarily due to the fact that at present around 70 per cent of the paddy produced in the country is processed through huller mills while only 30 percent is processed by modern Sheller mills. Present Manufacturers A G Fats Ltd. Agrawal Oil Extractions Ltd. Agro Tech India Ltd. Balaji Agro Oils Ltd. Bharani Oils Ltd. Boppana Oils Ltd. Cethar Foodoil Ltd. Chaitanya Oils Ltd. Globus Industries & Services Ltd. Goa Agro Oil Ltd. Godavari Edible Bran Oil Ltd. J R Foods Ltd. J S P Oils & Fats Ltd. K G N Agro Internationals Ltd. Kanakadurga Agro Oil Products Ltd. Kedia Overseas Ltd. Lakshmi Energy & Foods Ltd. Malwala Oils Ltd. Midland Industries Ltd. Modi Naturals Ltd. Morinda Overseas Inds. Ltd. Neha Oils Ltd. Patliputra Industries Ltd. Prakash Solvent Extractions Ltd. Raghunath Cotton & Oil Products Ltd. Ravindra Solvent Oils Ltd. Rice Oil & Foods Ltd. S K M Animal Feeds & Foods (India) Ltd. Sambandam Solvent Extraction Ltd. Satyakala Agro Oil Products Ltd. Sethia Oil Inds. Ltd. Sethia Oils Ltd. Shanti Kunj Solvent Ltd. Shree Madhav Edible Products Ltd. Shree Shakthi Agro Oils Ltd. Siddaganga Oil Extractions Pvt. Ltd. Siris Agro Ltd. Sona Oil & Chemical Inds. Ltd. Sonitpur Solvex Ltd. Sree Tulasi Solvent Extractions Ltd. Sri Murugarajendra Oil Industry Ltd. Srihitha Refineries Ltd. Sudha Agro Oil & Chemical Inds. Ltd. Tara Health Foods Ltd. Thapar Agro Mills Ltd. Unique Organics Ltd. Vegepro Foods & Feeds Ltd. Vijay Agro Products Pvt. Ltd.
Plant capacity: 388 MT/DayPlant & machinery: Rs. 615 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project: Rs. 1760 Lakhs
Return: 30.02%Break even: 47.16%
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Soya Bean Oil, Soya Paneer & Soya Extract - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

Soya bean is one of the most important agro based product, which has commercial value after the rice, wheat, maize etc. Today, soya bean is an important source of protein and oil in human nutrition, especially in Asia. In other parts of the world, soy based foods are consumed merely due to its healthy image. Several health benefits have been found in soy proteins i.e., Cardiovascular health, Bone Health, Menopausal symptoms, Cancers, Cognition Glycemic Index, Weight loss/control. Within soya products an increasing consumption around the world is seen in soya products resembling dairy products like for instance milk, yoghurt and ice cream. Soya bean has commercial value in the field of vegetable oil, soya bean protein. Soybean oil is a vegetable oil extracted from the seeds of the soybean (Glycine max). It is one of the most widely consumed cooking oils. Soya milk is high in protein, low in fat and carbohydrate and contains no cholesterol. Soya bean extract can be used large vegetable protein source in the different food ingredients and it can be used for the medicinal preparation for balancing of protein. Increasing price competitiveness, and aggressive cultivation and promotion from the major producing nations have given way to widespread soybean growth-both in terms of production as well as consumption. United States is the major producer of soybean in the World.
Plant capacity: 29933 MT/AnnumPlant & machinery: 462 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Projects: 887 Lakhs
Return: 27.00%Break even: 51.00%
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