Jangipur Bengal Mega Food Park

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India – 2nd largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world.
Food Processing in India
- Negligible
India’s share in world business in Processed Foods. - 1.6 %
Food Processing industry constrained by :
• Inadequate infrastructure for post harvest handling, storage
• Fragmented supply chains.
Bountiful
availability of
high quality
raw material
in India
Present small
share in world
market
Tremendous
opportunity for
Food Processing in
India
Govt. of India’s Vision 2015
• Increase Food Processing to 20% and
• Share of world trade to 3%.
Ministry Of Food Processing Industries’ MEGA FOOD
PARKS SCHEME aims to
• Give a boost to Food Processing
• Create comprehensive infrastructure facilities
• Along the value chain from FARM to MARKET,
• In key select locations
 I n c l u d i n g J A N G I P U R i n We s t B e n g a l
•
One stop solution for setting up food processing units
in eastern India.
• Ideally located in Murshidabad district - the nucleus of
Eastern India’s food production zone.
• Promoted by Govt of West Bengal - through the State
Horticulture Development Corporation - jointly
with private sector promoters.
• Designed by Mott MacDonald - international
engineering consultants.
 Sector specific Industrial Park and an integrated Food
Processing Zone with:
• Comprehensive infrastructure on international standards
• Strong backward linkages to raw materials
• Forward linkages and connectivity to major markets
• Interdependencies of processing units in the Park to
 reduce Capital and Operating costs and
 increase competitiveness
Location
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In the heart of fruit and vegetable producing region in
east India
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In West Bengal :
 2nd largest producer of fruits & vegetables in India –
annual production - 22 million tons
 6 different climatic zones
 Tremendous diversity of crops.
On NH 34- connecting Kolkata with NE states, 250 Km
north of Kolkata,
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Ideally located to service markets in
 East & North East, locally
 Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh
 Export markets through Kolkata
CONNECTIVITY
 Road :
NH 34 – 4 Lane in progress
o To Kolkata in South
o To Siliguri in North
 Rail :
on Kolkata–Siliguri line - 5 Km from site
on Kolkata–Azimganj line - 8 Km from site
on Kolkata–Lalgola line - 50 Km from site
 Air :
Nearest Airport : Kolkata – 250 kms
Helipad : Fully equipped helipad at site
 Size
CPC : 250 acres in 2 phases
Ample choice of size - Plots, Ready sheds, Small Scale units
Scope for expansion
 Zoning
Dedicated zones for the processing of
 Fruits and Vegetables
 Milk & Dairy
 Grains and derivatives
 Education & Healthcare
Well developed facilities in the vicinity
of the project site
Fact File
• Ample Availability of Raw Materials
Production figures in Zone of Influence: 5 districts of PPCs
(Murshidabad, Burdwan, Birbhum, Nadia and Malda)
Vegetables
Fruits
Potatoes
Rice
:
:
:
:
4.5
1.0
2.1
4.1
Million
Million
Million
Million
MT
MT
MT
MT
• Labour
Easy availability of skilled and unskilled
workforce at competitive rates
Government Incentives
Govt. of India
• Grant @ 25% of cost of Machinery and Technical Civil Works,
with a ceiling of Rs. 50 lacs.
•
Expected Special subsidy to units within MEGA FOOD
PARKS
Increase of subsidy to a tune of 150 Lacs.
Loan @ 9.5 % from NABARD.
Government Incentives
Govt. of West Bengal
 Grant @ 25% of Fixed Capital Investment (Plants &
Machinery purchase).
 Interest Subsidy on Term Loan - Subvention of 7.5% for 5
years.
 75% Waiver of Electricity Duty for first 5 years.
 Reimbursement of
 50% of the expenditure for obtaining ISI / BIS certification.
 100% in 1st year and 75% for 7 years on contribution towards ESI &
PF.
 50% of expenditure incurred for obtaining Patent Registration.
 75% Subsidy on Stamp Duty and Registration Fee.
 CST paid for 3 years.
 80% VAT paid for 8 years.
 Entry Tax for 3 years.
 Developed Plots
For large units - 2 acres and above @ Rs 210+ psft
 Ready Sheds
For SMEs – 1800+ sq.mtr @ Rs 2,750+ psft
 Standard Design Factories
For small enterprises with plug and play facility
of 300+ sq.mtr. @ Rs2,500 + psft
• ROADS
Wide, well paved, illuminated roads with built in drainage :
Arterial roads
:
21 mtr
Other internal roads
:
18 mtr
• POWER
Power sub-station at site : 33 KV, 15 MW (35 MW in Phase II)
• WATER
Ample availability of treated Water from the River Ganges.
Storage capacity - 1 million lit.
• Common ETP /STP
Centralised solid and liquid effluent collection system.
Common Treatment Plant & Solid Waste Disposal Facility.
Bio conversion of organic wastes.
• Transport Terminal :
Truck Terminal with drivers’ amenities.
Bus Terminal for Staff /Workers’ transport
• Backward Linkages
• Assured and consistent supply of raw material,
• in desired quality and quantity,
• for optimal period during the year
• Primary Processing Centers – 6
• Kandi
• Shaikhpara
• Barasat
• Siuri
• Malda Gour Road
• Katwa
• Collection Centers - 17
Other facilities
• Guest House and Dormitory for essential personnel
• Hospitality
• Training & Conferencing, Banking etc.
• Reefer Transport facility to Kolkata
• Assistance in obtaining govt approvals
• Forward linkages to markets
Processing facilities
Preparatory:
Production:
Packaging :
Cleaning, Grading, Sorting
IQF, Spiral Freezer, Pulping,
Bottling,
Canning,
Aseptic
Packing, etc
Testing, QC, Certification: Labs and Equipment
Storage
 Cold Storage -Freezer
Minus 18o C :
3,000 MT
 CA Storage
0 - 04o C
:
5,000 MT
4 - 10o C
:
10,000 MT
 Pre-cooling and Ripening Chambers
 Dry warehouse
 PROCESSING
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Potato based –
o Frozen French fries/wedges/cube
o Potato flakes /powder
o Potato chips
o Extruded snacks
Fruits and Vegetables
o Slice, dices
o Pulp
o Juice
Flour based
o Bakery products: bread, rusk, biscuit, cakes
Edible oils
o Oil extraction and refining
o Repackaging
Milk & dairy
o Ice cream
o Liquid Milk
o Cheese, Yogurt,
o Shrikhand, sweet meat
Snacks - RTS and RTE
 PA C K A G I N G & P R I N T I N G
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Bottling –
o
Bottle, jars and caps
Canning –
o
Cans
Cups Pouching –
o Multi-layer films
Wrapping Coating Films
Paper and Board –
o Inner and outer paper and board cartons
plain and corrugated
Multi color printing
Site off NH
Entrance Gate
Admin Building – 22700 sq. ft.
5 Factory Sheds – 1800 sq mtr each
12 Factory Units for SMEs – 300 sq mtr each
Ambient Ware House – 8,000 sq mtr
Cold Storage Complex
Potato Store
Deep Freezer
-10,000 MT
– 3,000 MT
F & V Cold Store
IQF
– 5,000 MT
– 1.5 TPH
Staff Quarter & Business Centre – 24,300 sq. ft.
Row Houses - 7 nos. – 1270 sq. ft. each
Helipad – 100 mtr dia
Water Reservoir
33/11 KV Sub-station
33/11 KV HT Substation – Control Room
3 LT Substations for internal power distribution
Arterial Road inside Mega Food Park
o The Friendliest Food Park !
o Assured Backward linkages for optimal use of
processing facilities
o Common Processing facilities and Production Zones to
encourage
 Interdependencies of processing units
 Lower Capital and Operating costs
 Higher competitiveness
o Total Support from GoI and GoWB
• Mega Food Park Co-ordination Committee headed
by DM, Murshidabad for local issues / backward
linkages
• Committee of GoWB - Depts. of FPI&H, L & LR, C & I
and GoI - MOFPI for land matters
The Managing Director
JANGIPUR BENGAL MEGA FOOD PARK LIMITED
Corporate Office
DB-67, Sector – 1,
Salt lake City.
Kolkata – 700 064
Tele fax : +91 33 2334 8775
Site Office
Kulori, Jangipur, Murshidabad
Email: [email protected]
Website : www.jangipurmegafoodpark.com

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