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TRANSFORMER 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 Layout

Transformer oil, or insulating oil, is usually a highly-refined mineral oil that is stable at high temperatures and has excellent electrical insulating properties. It is used in oil-filled transformers, some types of high voltage capacitors, fluorescent lamp ballasts, and some types of high voltage switches and circuit breakers. Its functions are to insulate, suppress corona and arcing, and to serve as a coolant. These are mineral oils and are used to dissipate the heat generated in electric transformers, switches, circuit breakers and motor starters etc. They also act as electrical insulators. As transformers consume maximum amount of such oils, most these are also called Transformer oil. This oil can also be used as electrical cable oil. The main consuming industries for transformer oil are the electrical industries for transformers. In transformers it is used as an insulating fluid as wells as cooling media. The lubricating oil and grease market in India is of the order of 1.3 mn tonnes and is growing at around 4.5% annually. The moderate growth is paradoxically due to the supply of better quality of lubricants which have longer servicing capability. The lubricant market is estimated to grow to the level of 1.42 mn tonnes in 2006-07 and to approximately 2.00 mn tonnes in 2014-15. The Indian lubricants industry claims to be the sixth largest in the world. It has the presence of almost all major MNCs which include Shell, Mobil, Gulf Oil, Caltex. Some of these oil majors have even tied up or renewed old ties with public sector undertakings, thereby gaining the advantage of distribution and infrastructural networks. The industry is being constrained by high petroleum prices. Until the 1980s, lubricants produced in the country were basically simple blends based on low and medium level technologies. More sophisticated lubricants were imported and these accounted for a relatively small market. Product variation is fairly extensive depending on the requirements of the segment served. In many cases, specific customers have their own special requirements. The lubricants market was dominated by three public sector refinery companies: (i) Bharat Petroleum (ii) Indian Oil Corporation, and (iii) Hindustan Petroleum. Small contributions came in from BPL and private players like Castrol. Lubrizol India and Indian Additives came into existence for manufacturing sophisticated lubricant additives with the collaboration of Lubrizol and Chevron, respectively. The demand of transformer oil is increasing year by year due to increase in demand of transformers. There is good scope to venture in to this project for new entrepreneurs. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Apar Industries Ltd. Apar Ltd. [Merged] Electra (Jaipur) Ltd. M P Petrochem Ltd. Madras Petrochem Ltd. Powerlink Oil Refinery Ltd. R T S Power Corpn. Ltd. Raj Lubricants (Madras) Ltd. Rams Transformers Ltd. Savita Oil Technologies Ltd. Vijai Electricals Ltd.
Plant capacity: 30000.00 KLS/annumPlant & machinery: 1294 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 3675 Lakhs
Return: 43.00%Break even: 34.00%
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POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE (Technical Education Institution) - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Working Capital Requirement

Technical Education plays a vital role in human resource development of the country by creating skilled manpower, enhancing industrial productivity and improving the quality of life. The technical education system in the country can be broadly classified into three categories – Central Government funded institutions, State Government/State-funded institutions & Self-financed institutions. In order to maintain the standard of technical education, a statutory authority- The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)- was set up in 1945. AICTE is responsible for planning, formulation and maintenance of norms and standards, quality assurance through accreditation, funding in priority areas, monitoring and evaluation, maintaining parity of certification and awards and ensuring coordinated and integrated development and management of technical education in the country. The courses, which are known as 'technical' in India and therefore come under the purview of All India Council of Technical Education are - degree and diploma courses in Engineering, Master degree Courses in Engineering, Master of Computer Application (MCA), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Pharmacy Courses, Courses in Architecture and Applied Arts and Hotel Management and Catering Technology Courses. As the technical education courses in India are quite diverse, the number of institutes providing technical courses in India is also huge. The number of AICTE approved institutes that offer engineering degree courses in India is - 4,39,689. There are around 1244 institutes in India that offer diploma courses in engineering, 415 institutes offer diploma courses in Pharmacy, 63 institutes offer diploma courses in Hotel Management and Catering Technology Courses and 25 AICTE approved institutes that offer diploma courses in Architecture. The number of AICTE approved institutes that offer master of Computer Application courses in India is 1012. Polytechnic deals with the technical aspects of engineering studies. Hence Polytechnic education can be termed as a branch of engineering that derives resources from the main streams of engineering and lays tremendous emphasis on learning which is based on extensive practice as opposed to theoretical learning. Work attachment is included as part of the practical curriculum. This serves the purpose of rendering the students with on-job experiences while they are still learning! Polytechnic institutes function at different levels of educational domain, imparting higher technical education for the benefit of technological growth. These institutes for technical education are found aplenty across the length and breadth of India. Each of these institutes conduct a number of academic programs and courses in Polytechnic arraying from Polytechnic Engineering courses to Polytechnic Diploma courses. The courses offered are designed to provide accomplishing and rewarding careers for the serious pursuers. Most of these Polytechnic institutes as well as universities have earned a distinctive reputation for themselves as autonomous academic bodies capable of conducting Masters and Doctoral programs independently. Furthermore, the chairing ones carry out fundamental research works in frontier fields of Computer Science Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Information Technology, Electrical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Production Engineering, Refrigeration Engineering, Systems Management and so on. Capacity :180 Days/Annum 40 Students In Each Branch. Total Students In 3rd Year 900 Nos. Session July To June In Year Proposed Branches 1. Electronics Telecommunication 2. Civil, 3. Computer 4. Electrical & Mechanical Engineering
Plant capacity: -Plant & machinery: 790 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 1573 Lakhs
Return: 33.00%Break even: 46.00%
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Captive Power Plant - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

Robust power generation and an effective delivery model determine the bullish economic growth of a country. A weak power infrastructure impedes the growth potential and pulls back the growth initiatives. Indias per capita power consumption was 490 units (Kwh) in 2004-05, one third compared with 1,500 units of China. Indias consumption stood at about 644 units in 2007-08 at an annual average growth of 10.47%. However, during the same period, Chinas consumption had grown at 12 to 13% per annum. The National Electricity Policy envisages Power for all by 2012 and the per capita availability of power to be increased to over 1,000 units, which indicates an average consumption growth of about 13.81% every year. It is easy to make such exciting projections, but very difficult to attain it, especially when the capacity addition targets of every five-year plan fall short of expectations. In this scenario, there is a need for increased private participation in the power sector to make India self-reliant in power. This Pre-feasibility Report on Captive Power (5MW) provides information on the overall power scenario in the country, sectoral segmentation and structure of the industry, demand and supply of power, captive power scenario in India, need for captive power, growth drivers, steps involved in setting up a captive power plant, capital outlay, profitability and balance sheet analysis. The details include requirement of plant and machinery, tentative cost of project, project financing, revenue and profitability projection, IRR, important financial ratios and breakeven point of the project. Over the last decade and half, India Inc has established itself as a vibrant economy with growing domestic consumption coupled with huge export potential. Stable political environment, dependable democratic fabric of the country, strong legal system, huge talent pool and cost advantage have made India a reliable business partner of the global community, attracting good foreign investment. While the growth trend is set off, there is tremendous need for building the background infrastructural support system to sustain the trend. Power being one of the most crucial needs for industrial growth finds its priority and as a result the National Electricity Policy rightly envisages Power for all by 2012. To attain this target, a total capacity addition of about 100,000MW was projected for 10th and 11th plan period. Although there has been some hectic activity in capacity addition, the possibility of attaining the target looks remote. This increases the responsibility of each industry so as to become self-reliant in power, not only to ensure reduced operational expenses but also to contribute towards making the country self-sufficient in power. Captive Power refers to generation from a unit set up by industry for its exclusive consumption. The estimates on captive power capacity in the country vary with the Central Electricity Authority putting the figure at about 11600 MW while industry experts feel that it is much higher, close to 20000 MW. Industrial sector is one of the largest consumers of electrical energy in India. However, a number of industries are now increasingly relying on their own generation (captive and co generation) rather than on grid supply, primarily for the following reasons: Non-availability of adequate grid supply Poor quality and reliability of grid supply High tariff as a result of heavy cross- subsidization The State Governments and SEBs have been concerned about the growing importance of Captive Power Plants account of the following reasons: Captive plants may have adverse impacts on the finances of the utility, such as: Industrial load is the main source for cross-subsidizing revenue flows , Billing and collection is much more efficient for HT consumers, SEBs ability to service escrow accounts for security packages is also reduced, Non-optimal growth of the sector Problems in grid management especially in case of states with surplus power Adverse environmental impacts arising from types of fuels used and from higher emissions per unit of production, as compared to large power plants. Reliability of power supply from captive and cogen plants as a source of firm power while on the other hand the concern of the owners of captive and cogen plants stems from: Non-remunerative tariff structure for surplus power produced by them No risk sharing in case of non availability of fuel, change in variable cost due to switching of fuel after entering into power purchase agreement (PPA), etc Inadequacies in wheeling and banking facilities High contract demand charges. High level of duties and taxes on sale of power High wheeling losses assumed for power to be sold to grid by captive or cogen plant Need to devote time and energy to an activity, which is not their core business Restrictions on the minimum amount of power to be wheeled If the captive power plant (CPP) fails, charges for back-up or stand by power from the grid are twice the normal rate for captive plants No formal policy for purchase of co generated power (in most of the states)
Plant capacity: 5 MWPlant & machinery: 1733 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 2097 Lakhs
Return: 33.00%Break even: 34.00%
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COW AND BUFFALO MILK UHT PLANT - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue

Every person needs good health and for good health we need good proteins. In these cases milk is the best way to achieve good health. This is the best source of vitamin and Enzymes. Milk is an opaque white liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals. It provides the primary source of nutrition for young mammals before they are able to digest the other types of food. The exact components of raw milk varies by species, but it contains, significant amounts of saturated fat, protein and calcium as well as vitamin C. Cow milk has a PH ranging from 6.4 to 6.8, making it slightly acidic. Buffalo milk also contains high levels of the natural antioxidant to capherol. Peroxidate activity is normally 2-4 times that of cow milk. The high milk solids of buffalo milk not only make it ideal for processing into superb dairy products, but also contribute to significant energy saving in conducting that process. Yogurts are natural thick set without recourse to addition milk proteins or gelling agents as with lesser milks. Cow milk has been processed into dairy products. Such as cream, butter, yogurt, ice cream and especially the more durable and easily transportable product, cheese. Cow milk was first used as human food in the India. In India today, cows milk is produced on an industrial scale. It is by far the most commonly consumed form of milk in the India. The carbohydrate lactose gives milk its sweet taste and contributes about 40% of whole cow milks calories. Cow milk contains, on average, 3.4% protein, 3.6% fat, and 4.6% lactose, 0.7% minerals and supplies 66 kcal of energy per 100 grams. Cow milk allergy is as an immunologically medicated adverse reaction to one or more cow milk proteins. Cow produce bovine growth harmone naturally, but many producers administer additional rBGH because it increase milk production. The modern dairy cow the buffalo can thrive without the need to use high levels of concentrated feed. The UHT process other advantages, which arise from the fact that chemical reaction rates are less sensitive to changes in temperature than the thermal inactivation of spores. Therefore, the much shorter processing times required to achieve commercial sterility result in much less chemical reaction occurring, as well as allowing a continuous processing operation. The largest producer and consumer of cows milk in the world is India followed by the U.S., Germany and Pakistan. The demand of milk and milk products is increasing day by day. So there is good scope for dairy farming and dairy products manufacturing. New entrepreneurs can well venture into this field. Few Indian Major players are as under: Amrut Industries Ltd. Asian Lakto Inds. Ltd. Belapur Industries Ltd. Dairyfield Ltd. Hatsun Agro Products Ltd. Heritage Foods (India) Ltd. India Dairy Products Ltd. Indiana Dairy Specialities Ltd. Kaira Can Co. Ltd. Metro Dairy Ltd. Panchmahal District Co-Op. Milk Producers' Union Ltd. Paripurna Dairy Products Ltd. Parul Foods Specialities Pvt. Ltd. Ramya Agro Products Ltd. Ravileela Dairy Products Ltd. Svera Agro Ltd. Vidya Dairy
Plant capacity: 8640 Kls./Annum,1 Ltrs. Pouches/Day 12000 Nos., 500 Ml. Pouches/Day 24000 Nos.Plant & machinery: 90 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 677 Lakhs
Return: 46.00%Break even: 33.00%
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BIOPESTICIDES(Trichoderma Harzianum, Pseudomonas Fluorescens, Beauveria Bassiana) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials

Biopesticides or natural pesticides are reduced-risk products derived or developed from biological or naturally derived chemistry. Biopesticides offer value to users by providing a combination of both effective performance and product safety. Most people think biopesticides are only for organic production but they are very good tools for organics, but more than 80 percent of the biopesticides are used in conventional agriculture, rotated and tank-mixed just like any other product. Trichoderma is a fungus which is present in nearly all soils and other diverse habitats. They attack and parasitize other fungi. So far, Trichoderma has been successful in controlling every plant pathogenic fungus against which it has been used. Pseudomonas fluorescence is a Bacteria that is used as a pesticide for controlling many kinds of fungus, virus & bacterial diseases. Residues of the bacteria are not expected to remain on treated food or feed. Available information indicates that use of pseudomonas fluorescence as a pesticides is not expected to adversely affect people or the environment. Beauveria bassiana is a naturally occurring fungus in soils throughout the world. It is most effective against lepidopteron Caterpillar Pest of Vegetables and fruit plants and sucking pests like mites and spiders of vegetables and flowers, Colorado beetle of potato. It is also highly effective against rice hispa. The Indian industry has been focusing sharply on integrated crop management (ICM), increasing exports of genuine pesticides and concentrating on farmer friendly activities. With the global market likely to grow by over 50% to around $27 bn by 2005 from $17.5 bn, there are encouraging prospects for the Indian pesticides industry. The pesticide industry is targeting a 10% share of global pesticides market and has been working on the ICM programme to introduce safer applications, spray devices and crop protection through balanced use of biological and chemical pesticides. The exports cover pesticide intermediates. Pesticides export from India was growing at the rate of 15% and is expected to witness a more accelerated growth. In India Market Prospects for biopesticides are good. Consumption of biopesticides is increasing day by day. Most of the biopesticides find use in public health, except a few that are used in agriculture. 85% of the biopesticides used are neem based products. Improvements in primary production are a first step to achieve higher safety in the long run. So, there is wide scope for new entrepreneurs to venture into this project. Few Indian Major Players are as under: E P I C Enzymes, Pharmaceuticals & Indl. Chemicals Ltd. Godrej Agrovet Ltd. Karapur Agro Ltd. Mountain Spices Ltd.
Plant capacity: 100 MT/Annum, 50 MT/Annum (Trichodarma), 30 MT/Annum (Pseudomonas), 20 MT/Annum (Beauveria)Plant & machinery: 78 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 413 Lakhs
Return: 41.00%Break even: 60.00%
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MARINE ENGINEERING COLLEGE - Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Trends, Market Research, Survey, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue, Plant Economics, Working Capital Requirement, Plant Layout, Cost of Project

The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life. A good degree course module recognize the wisdom in what was stated by the great philosopher hundreds of year ago. Marine Engineering is a branch of Engineering that deals with nautical Architecture and Science. The term Marine Engineering is meant for research conducted in oceans and coastal or inland waters connected to the sea. One of the most interesting things about marine engineering is that people working in this field get to experiment with all kinds of new technologies such as hydrodynamics, super conductivity and fuel cells in order to upgrade the water vessels. Marine Engineers have the complete responsibility of the ship technical management. They are responsible for selecting the ships machinery and for the design of mechanical, electrical, fluid and control system throughout the vessel. They are the members of a ships crew who are in charge for managing a team of marine technicians and crafts people. Marine engineer have a number of job opportunities on shore as well. Many international companies are willing to recruit fresh graduates in the field. They offer them training along with generous compensations that makes it a great career line. There are plenty of job opportunities in France & the U.K. as well. The very nature of the job fascinates many youngsters to take Marine Engineering as their career. Three quarters of the earths surface is surrounded by water and for that reason itself Marine Engineering is a very exciting and challenging field for those who are passionate about sea and are fond of working with tools. Even though waterways are comparatively used less for traveling, about 80% of the good transportation happens through sea. For international export and import of freights, countries mainly depend on ships and other water vessels. Marine Engineering is the most basic profession as far as ships and navigation is concerned. There is good scope for establishment of new marine college.
Plant capacity: B.E. Marine Engg. -4 Years, B.Sc. Nautical Bsc.-3 Years, 40+60 = 100 Students Per Year,Classes Avg. 216 Days in Year Plant & machinery: 685 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 1840 Lakhs
Return: 38.00%Break even: 45.00%
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COOLANT (AUTOMOTIVE) & GREASE (CTB/AXLE) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

Most auto engines are cooled by the liquid type. Liquid cooled engines have passages for the liquid, or coolant, through the cylinder block and head. The coolant has to have indirect contact with such engine parts as the combustion chamber, the cylinder walls, and the valve seats and guides. Running through the passages in the engine heats the coolant and going through the radiator cools it. After getting Cool again in the radiator, the coolant comes back through the engine. This business continues as long as the engine is running, with the coolant absorbing and removing the engines heat, and the radiator cooling the coolant. The basic requirements of the engine coolant are to transfer heat from the internal combustion engine to the radiator, where the fluid is cooled by means of airflow. Further, the coolant needs to provide protection against freezing and boiling all year round. The function of grease is to remain in contact with and lubricate moving surface without leaking out under gravity or centrifugal action, or be squeezed out under pressure. Its major practical requirement is that it retain its properties under shear at all temperatures that it is subjected to during use. At the same time, grease must be able to flow into the bearing through grease guns and from spot to spot in the lubricated machinery as needed, but must not add significantly to the power required to operate the machine, particularly at startup. India is the Sixth largest consumer of lubricants in the world. The current lubricants market is estimated to be of $ 1222 million. Growth is predicted in countries such as China and India where increasing vehicle number will drive demand for the product. There is good scope for this project. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Caltex Lubricants India Ltd. International Catalysts Ltd. Paras Lubricants Ltd. Sunstar Lubricants Ltd.
Plant capacity: 1500000 Ltrs/Annum Coolant, 300000 Kg/Annum GreasePlant & machinery: 70 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 197 Lakhs
Return: 44.00%Break even: 65.00%
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LUBE OIL BLENDING PLANT (Engine oil, Gear oil & Grease) - Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Cost of Project

A lubricant is a substance (often a liquid) introduced between two moving surfaces to reduce the friction between them, improving efficiency and reducing wear. They may also have the function of dissolving or transporting foreign particles and of distributing heat. Engine Oil is a semi-synthetic high performance lubricant. It is designed for ultimate protection and performance on all naturally aspirated, fuel injected, turbo-charged and multi-valve cars fuelled by gasoline, diesel or LPG. Multipurpose Gear Oils are used for the lubrication of gears operated under severe conditions, including automotive applications. High quality HVI base stocks blended with a sulfur-phosphorous extreme pressure additive package provide superior performance including anti-weld, anti-scuff, and anti-wear properties. The function of grease is to remain in contact with and lubricate moving surfaces without leaking out under gravity or centrifugal action, or be squeezed out under pressure. At the same time, grease must be able to flow into the bearing through grease guns and from spot to spot in the lubricated machinery as needed, but must not add significantly to the power required to operate the machine, particularly at startup. The lubricating oil and grease market in India is of the order of 1.3 mn tonnes and is growing at around 4.5% annually. The moderate growth is paradoxically due to the supply of better quality of lubricants which have longer servicing capability. The lubricant market is estimated to grow to the level of 1.42 mn tonnes in 2006-07 and to approximately 2.00 mn tonnes in 2014-15. The Indian lubricants industry claims to be the sixth largest in the world. It has the presence of almost all major MNCs which include Shell, Mobil, Gulf Oil, Caltex. Some of these oil majors have even tied up or renewed old ties with public sector undertakings, thereby gaining the advantage of distribution and infrastructural networks. The industry is being constrained by high petroleum prices. The lube market consists of two major segments, automotive and industrial, having a market share of 60% and 40%, respectively. Most of the competition is crowding into the first category. In the automotive segment, while cars and two/three wheelers segment accounts for 30% of the market, diesel operated engines, trucks and other heavy vehicles have the bulk share of 70%. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Alicid Organic Inds. Ltd. Anand Engineers Pvt. Ltd. Asia Refinery Ltd. Atreya Petrochem Ltd. Bharat Shell Ltd. Burmah Petro Products Ltd. Caltex Lubricants India Ltd. Castrol India Ltd. Chemoleums Ltd. Continental Petroleums Ltd. Gantley Speciality Products Ltd. Gujarat Indo-Lube Ltd. Gujarat Oiland Inds. Ltd. Gujarat Speciality Lubes Ltd. Gulf Carosserie India Ltd. Gulf Oil Corpn. Ltd. Houghton Hardcastle (I) Ltd. Iccon Oil & Specialities Ltd. Iftex Oil & Chemicals Ltd. Indian Additives Ltd. Lubrizol India Pvt. Ltd. M P Petrochem Ltd. Madras Petrochem Ltd. Motorol (India) Ltd. Motorol Speciality Oils Ltd. Nandan Petrochem Ltd. Panama Petrochem Ltd. Paras Lubricants Ltd. Pennzoil-Quaker State India Ltd. Petrosil Lubricants Ltd. Powerlink Oil Refinery Ltd. Raj Lubricants (Madras) Ltd. Raj Petroleum Products Ltd. Renaissance Petrolube Ltd. Sagar Petroleums Ltd. Sah Petroleums Ltd. Savita Oil Technologies Ltd. Southern Refineries Ltd. Speciality Petrolubes Ltd. Stanrose Mafatlal Lubechem Ltd. Starol Petroleum Ltd. Sunstar Lubricants Ltd. Tide Water Oil Co. (India) Ltd. Totalfinaelf India Ltd. Unique Oils India Ltd. Universal Petrochemicals Ltd. Valvoline Cummins Ltd. Velloils Lubricants & Petrochem Ltd. Waxpol Industries Ltd. Witmans Petrochem Ltd.
Plant capacity: 1500 Kls/Annum (Motor oil)Plant & machinery: 34 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 391 Lakhs
Return: 47.00%Break even: 31.00%
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POTATO CHIPS (Different recipe and flavors)- Manufacturing Plant, Detailed Project Report, Profile, Business Plan, Industry Trends, Market Research, Survey, Manufacturing Process, Machinery, Raw Materials, Feasibility Study, Investment Opportunities

The overall size of the snack food market is estimated at Rs 45 to Rs 50 bn. The market is reported to be growing at 7 to 8 % annually. The organized snacks category is sub-divided into the traditional segment (bhujia, chanachur and the like), Western segment (potato chips, cheese balls etc.) and the newly established finger snacks segment, which is an adaptation of traditional offerings in the western format. Potato is widely consumed as food all over the world. Cooked potatoes, in various forms are offered in restaurants and refreshment stalls and varieties of processed potato products are available in the market. Surplus and cull potatoes are used as feed for livestock and also as raw material for the manufacture of starch, ethyl alcohol and a few other industrial products. Potatoes are consumed not only as a fresh vegetable, but also in a variety of processed forms. Dehydrated potato products have been known for long and are especially valued because they afford convenience for use; they have good storage stability and are relatively easy to transport. In recent years, there has been a great spurt in the consumption of processed products, such as potato chips, dehydrated mashed potatoes, and frozen potato products. Potato wafers becomes cheap and quality competitive snacks items, for the market. Acceptance of potato chips it is necessary to make variety of potato chips by adding different type spice flavours or by adding some nutritional coating on the chips, it may be sweetened, salty or pungent, or any other developed acceptable variety. It is required to develop the different variety spices for the public acceptance of the product. Potato chips will be more palatable when there is variety of taste appearances and market potential of potato chips will be increased. There is pollution problem arises in this process which can be solved by proper measurement. As a whole the project has good market potential. Plant, machinery and raw material is easily available in India. Potato chips are basically used for snacks purposes. Different varieties of potatoes are usually used for chips. Potato used for chip making has lower levels of sugar content. Besides being used as a daily food item in various vegetable preparations, potato today increasingly finds use in the form of chips or wafers as snacks food. Potato Wafers and Chips are one of the most celebrated in the Ready To Eat munchies market, relished in almost all the parts of the world. They serve as an appetizer, side dish, or snack. The Indian snacks market is estimated at US$ 3 billion, with 50 percent comprising the organized snacks category. India' potato output is likely to rise by 5.1 percent to a record 32.7 million tones in 2009-10. In the Rs 19 bn branded (organized) snacks market, constituting over 40% of the market by value, Frito-Lay is estimated to command a market share of 45%, followed by Haldiram at 27% and ITC at 16%. The branded snacks market accounted for 16% by value and 12% by volume sales in 2007. According to a projection by Euromonitor International, the branded snacks market is growing at a compounded annual growth rate of 14% and would reach a value of Rs 35 bn by 2012. Companies, such as Bikanervala Food and Haldiram are meeting the demand for ready-to-eat snacks by scaling up their operations and launching new traditional snack food offerings, with longer shelf-life and better packaging. They have a large variety of products in different flavours and styles, tempting to the palate of all ages. The demand of potato chips is increasing day by day, so there lies a great scope for further expansion in near future. Few Indian Major Players are as under: Balaji Wafers Pvt. Ltd. Frito-Lay India Pepsico India Holdings Pvt. Ltd.
Plant capacity: 500 Kgs./DayPlant & machinery: 46 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: 141 Lakhs
Return: 48.00%Break even: 37.00%
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BRAKE FLUID - 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

Brake fluid is one of the most important components in a braking system. It is a type of hydraulic fluid used in brake applications in motorcycles, automobiles and light trucks. It is used to transfer force under pressure from where it is created through hydraulic lines to the braking mechanism near the wheels. It works because liquids are not appreciably compressible. Braking applications produce a lot of heat so brake fluid must have a high boiling point to remain effective and must also not freeze under normal temperatures. These requirements eliminate most water-based solutions. The quality and safety of a brake fluid is defined by its boiling point. Brake fluid can come in a number of forms, standardized under the DOT (Department of Transportation) standard. DOT 2 is essentially castor oil; DOT 3, DOT 4, and DOT 5.1 are composed of various mineral oils, glycol esters and ethers; and DOT 5 is silicone-based. Most cars used in the US use DOT 3. DOT 3 is one of several designations of brake fluid denoting a particular mixture of chemicals imparting specified ranges of boiling point. DOT 3 like DOT 4 is a polyethylene glycol based fluid. Fluids such as DOT 3 are hygroscopic and will absorb water from the atmosphere. This degrades the performance of the fluid by drastically reducing its boiling point. In a passenger car this is not much of an issue, but can be of serious concerns in race cars or motorcycles. DOT 4 is one of several designations of brake fluid denoting a particular mixture of chemicals imparting specified ranges of boiling point. The glycol brake fluids are in good demand and many manufacturers compete in a large market. Different mixes would be used depending on the aim, e.g. low price, good race performance, low moisture absorption for long life, etc. Glycol based fluids are two times less compressible than silicone type fluids, even when heated. Less compressibility of brake fluid will increase pedal feel (firmness), but in either case this effect is minimal. The US Army has used silicone brake fluid exclusively since 1982 successfully. Glycols are hygroscopic and will absorb water from the atmosphere, reducing the boiling point of the fluid and degrading hydraulic efficiency. Changing fluid on a regular basis will greatly increase the performance of the brake system, but this is often not a concern in passenger cars. On the other hand, changing fluid at least every several years will preserve the life of brake system components (by removing accumulated water and other contaminants) and increase the overall reliability of the brake system. Polyethylene glycol and other brake fluid ingredients may be corrosive to paint and finished surfaces such as chrome and thus care should be taken when working with the fluid. In the recent survey, the market of auto industry will expand to its double in the coming years. Auto lubricants have always been the highest demanded product in the past and continue to be in the present as well. The entry of latest innovations and scientific enhancements, the demand of the auto lubricant has climbed the highest peak ever. The Indian lubricants industry claims to be the sixth largest in the world. It has the presence of almost all major MNCs which include Shell, Mobil, Gulf Oil, Caltex. Some of these oil majors have even tied up or renewed old ties with public sector undertakings, thereby gaining the advantage of distribution and infrastructural networks. The industry is being constrained by high petroleum prices. Until the 1980s, lubricants produced in the country were basically simple blends based on low and medium level technologies. More sophisticated lubricants were imported and these accounted for a relatively small market. Product variation is fairly extensive depending on the requirements of the segment served. In many cases, specific customers have their own special requirements. The lubricants market was dominated by three public sector refinery companies: (i) Bharat Petroleum (ii) Indian Oil Corporation, and (iii) Hindustan Petroleum. Small contributions came in from BPL and private players like Castrol. Lubrizol India and Indian Additives came into existence for manufacturing sophisticated lubricant additives with the collaboration of Lubrizol and Chevron, respectively. There is a good market potential for this product. Any new entrepreneur venture in this field will be successful.
Plant capacity: 500 MT/AnnumPlant & machinery: 110 Lakhs
Working capital: -T.C.I: Cost of Project : 404 Lakhs
Return: 43.00%Break even: 69.00%
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