BECOME A BILLIONAIRE THROUGH DAIRY BUSINESS


TECHNO-ECONOMICS OF DAIRY BUSINESS / UNRESOLVED CORE ISSUES:

Net profit for milk processing dairy plants engaged in procurement, processing and marketing of pasteurized milk at specific price levels for purchase of raw milk and consumer prices for pasteurized milk works out as 20% to 30% of business turnover. (Annexure–A on this Website). Manufacturing and marketing value added dairy foods obviously should generate profits even higher than these figures.

There are ten basic questions and core issues affecting overall profitability of dairy business in India that we have identified and listed as Annexure-B on this website.

LIVE DEMONSTRATION BASED ON ACTUAL CASE STUDIES:

Theoretical concepts/systems/techniques serve no useful purpose if these are not supported by live demonstration and based on actual case studies under prevailing field conditions. Research carried out by our associates in India and abroad has successfully tackled such core issues and unresolved techno-commercial problems affecting quality, productivity and profitability of dairy business operations in India. Our significant achievements based on actual case studies and authenticated performance data duly testified by professional experts are as under:

1. Dairy plant established with total investment of less than Rs Two crores generated profit of Rs. Eight crores and sixty lacs in five years.
2. Composite dairy plant implementing "Management by Objectives" and transparent accounting system “PARTHA’ generated profit of more than Rs.50 Lacs in one month.
3. Composite dairy plant procured over 80,000 Liters/day pure raw milk containing 6.65% Fat, 8.82% S.N.F., 15.47 % total solids and 29.24 C.L.R.
4. New dairy plant working in competition with reputed multinational company for milk procurement procured 282 Liters milk/day /village dairy center in the first year containing 6.60 % Fat, 8.75 % S.N.F., 15.35% total solids and 29.01 C.L.R.
During next subsequent year it procured 367 Liters milk per day /village dairy center containing 6.70% Fat, 8.81% S.N.F., 15.51% total solids and 29.32 C.L.R.

5. Buffalo milk produced under existing field conditions in India, Pasteurized and packed using innovative technology called Thermo Electric Processing Technique (I.P. of our associate in Canada) remained good for consumption when stored below 4 degree Celsius for 21 days and scored 8.5/10 when tested by professional expert panel of National Dairy research Institute Karnal.

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