Sugar Industry in india

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Sugar Industry In India Farukh Khan Roll No 240 MBA Ist Sem. KUPGRC JIND

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Introduction Sugars are a major form of carbohydrates and are found probably in all green plants. They occur in significant amounts in most fruits and vegetables. There are three main simple sugars sucrose, fructose and glucose. Sucrose is in fact a combination of fructose and glucose and the body quickly breaks down into these separate substances

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Granulated Sugar There are many different types of granulated sugar. Most of these are used only by food processors and professional bakers and are not available in the supermarket. The types of granulated sugars differ in crystal size. Fruit Sugar Fruit sugar is slightly finer than "regular" sugar and is used in dry mixes such as gelatin desserts, pudding mixes and drink mixes. Fruit sugar has a more uniform crystal size than "regular" sugar

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Regular" Sugar, Extra Fine or Fine Sugar "Regular" sugar, as it is known to consumers, is the sugar found in every home's sugar bowl and most commonly used in home food preparation. It is the white sugar called for in most cookbook recipes. Bakers Special Bakers Specials crystal size is even finer than that of fruit sugar. As its name suggests, it was developed specially for the baking

Manufacturing Process :

Manufacturing Process Pressing of sugarcane to extract the juice. Boiling the juice until it begins to thicken and sugar begins to crystallize. Spinning the crystals in a centrifuge to remove the syrup , producing raw sugar. Shipping the raw sugar to a refinery where it is washed and filtered to remove remaining non-sugar ingredients and color. Crystallizing, drying and packaging the refined sugar

Haryana Sugar Industry :

Haryana Sugar Industry Haryana Sugar Industry has 3 sugar mills which are private and around 12 sugar mills which are cooperative in nature. The private sugar mills in total, crush almost 2.6 crore quintals of sugarcane and the cooperative sugar mills crush around 3.4 crore quintals of sugarcane in a year. This means that in total, the Sugar Industry in Haryana crushes almost 6 crore quintals of sugarcane in a year.

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STATE-WISE AREA, PRODUCTION AND YIELD OF SUGARCANE (CANE) 1997-98 STATE AREA (M.HECTS) % PRODUCTION (M.TONNES) % OF TOTAL PRODUCTION YIELD (KGS/HECT) % UNDER IRRIGATION (1995-96) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (12) ANDHRA PRADESH 0.19 4.8 13.73 5 72263 95 ASSAM 0.03 0.8 1.29 0.5 43000 - BIHAR 0.11 2.8 5.04 1.8 45818 22.4 GUJARAT 0.17 4.3 11.84 4.3 69647 100 HARYANA 0.14 3.5 7.55 2.7 53929 97.2 KARNATAKA 0.31 7.8 28.33 10.3 91387 100 MADHYA PRADESH 0.06 1.5 2.11 0.8 35167 97.3 MAHARASHTRA 0.46 11.6 38.18 13.8 83000 100 ORISSA 0.02 0.5 1.14 0.4 57000 100 PUNJAB 0.13 3.3 7.33 2.7 56385 94.9 RAJASTHAN 0.02 0.5 1.16 0.4 58000 96.4 TAMIL NADU 0.32 8.1 35.68 12.9 111500 100 UTTAR PRADESH 1.96 49.4 119.97 43.4 61209 51.4 WEST BENGAL 0.03 0.8 1.83 0.7 61000 70.9 OTHERS 0.02 0.5 1.07 0.4 - - ALL-INDIA 3.97 100 276.25 100 69647 88.5

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1. Brazil 25.91 24.40 22.29 18.13 18.19 2. India 14.80 21.90 20.16 20.11 19.80 3. China 11.84 11.61 9.27 6.74 7.42 4. U.S.A. 8.04 7.40 7.28 8.02 8.21 5. Thailand 7.28 7.67 6.49 5.44 5.83 6. Australia 5.67 5.54 4.75 4.40 5.65 7. Mexico 5.34 5.34 5.17 5.24 4.98 8. Pakistan 4.37 4.00 3.53 3.21 2.64 9. France 4.34 5.10 3.96 4.60 4.92 10. Germany 4.12 4.39 4.07 4.75 4.79 11. Colombia 2.66 2.63 2.49 2.24 2.35 12. Cuba 2.52 2.25 3.71 3.59 4.12 13. Philippines 2.42 2.24 1.96 1.87 1.68 14. South Africa 2.38 2.57 2.29 2.80 2.51 15. Russia 2.09 1.75 1.74 1.67 1.72 Others 40.61 40.79 38.83 39.87 39.92 World Total 144.39 149.58 137.99 132.68 134.73 PRODUCTION BY MAJOR PRODUCING COUNTRIES

Sugar Industry in India :

Sugar Industry in India Andhra Pradesh Sugar Industry Bihar Sugar Industry Gujarat Sugar Industry Haryana Sugar Industry Himachal Pradesh Sugar Industry Karnataka Sugar Industry Madhya Pradesh Sugar Industry Maharashtra Sugar Industry Chhattisgarh Sugar Industry Manipur Sugar Industry Orissa Sugar Industry Punjab Sugar Industry Tamilnadu Sugar Industry Uttaranchal Sugar Industry Uttar Pradesh Sugar Industry West Bengal Sugar Industry

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Sugar Production, Consumption, Import, Export and Year-end Stocks (In '000 tonnes, raw value basis) 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 Production 17436 20219 20480 20475 22140 16670 15880 Import 1075 438 0 100 10 100 1000 Total Supply 24361 28031 31190 32560 33820 29200 25180 Export 10 25 1360 1130 1410 400 20 Consumption 16977 17296 17845 19760 19980 20500 20700 Ending Stocks 7374 10710 11985 11670 12430 8300 4460

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A summary of the third assessment of the world sugar balance in 2008/09 is provided in the table below. World Sugar Balance 2008/09 2007/08 Change (mln tone, raw value) in mln t in % Production 161.527 168.611 -7.084 -4.20 Consumption 165.801 162.241 3.560 2.19 Surplus / Deficit -4.274 6.370 Import demand 49.621 45.948 3.673 7.99 Export availability 49.608 46.245 3.363 7.27 End Stocks 66.272 70.533 -4.261 -6.04 Stocks/Consumption ratio in% 39.97 43.47 Source: ISO quarterly market outlook, February 2009

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India is the largest sugar consumer in the world and 2 nd largest producer of sugar. Sugarcane is a versatile crop, rich in sucrose, and fiber.  The crop is green, carbon neutral, and is a source of food as well as energy.  The sugar mills in India are uniquely positioned since cane growing and processing in India has been practiced for many years. Samir S. Somaiya PRESIDENT OF SUGAR INDUSTRY

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE For Inflation :

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE For Inflation 1. Production in 2007-2008 is 80 lakh tone which is ever very less. 2.  The Indian sugar industry provides 10% of its sugar to the Public Distribution System (PDS) for supply to those below the poverty line. This is the only industry that bears the cost of government program to provide subsidized commodities to the public.

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3. Transportation of ethanol and molasses across the state border is more difficult than bringing it from overseas, so while countries such as European countries continue to integrate, India continues to function as many countries within itself. 4.  Most importantly, the pricing of sugar cane is often influenced / determined by political aspirations that have no bearing to sugar prices. In any other economy, prices of sugar products are linked by market forces to the price of raw materials.

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5.  Better sugar prices will result in better cane price , directly benefiting and making a difference to the lives of sugarcane farmers.  The pressure of the Government to keep sugar prices low would directly hurt the interests of the farmers and the industry, especially since, more than 60% of sugar according to the recent KPMG study is consumed by the organized sector (aerated waters, sweets, etc).

PRESS NEWS Sugar Industry :

PRESS NEWS Sugar Industry Duty free sugar import extended till December 2010. Government ups price, quota of levy sugar. Sugar imports may see festive season through. Govt to raise PDS sugar allocation, increase issue price

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UP likely to impose stock limit on sugar this week. SBI cuts interest rates on agricultural loans. Sugar creates a bitter problem for Congress UP sugar sector disinvestments process is postponed again.

Sugar Company jobs in India. :

Sugar Company jobs in India. The sugar industry in India ranks second among the agro based processing industries in India. Hence the Jobs in Sugar Industry have created ample employment opportunities in rural India. The sugar industry has absorbed about 5 lakh rural people. The cultivation of sugarcane, in the first place, employs about 4.5 crore farmers. Sugar mills, in India, may be cooperatives, public or private enterprises

Eligibility:

Eligibility Jobs in Sugar Industry should be a diploma holder in Mechanical or electrical engineering along with a diploma in the sugar technology. At the entry level one can expect a remuneration of Rs 6000-7000 per month. With experience the pay may shoot upto Rs 6-15lakh per annum.

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