BOTTLING PLANT (WHISKY, BRANDY, RUM, VODKA, GIN) FROM RECTIFIED SPIRIT/ENA

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An Overview of the Indian Liquor Industry The alcohol industry is very important for the government. It generates an estimated Rs. 16,000 crore per annum in spite of the fact that the per capita consumption of liquor in India is the lowest in the world. The total liquor industry is worth Rs. 2,000 crore. IMFL accounts for only a third of the total liquor consumption in India. Most IMFLs are cheap and are priced below Rs. 200 per bottle. Alcohol sales proceeds account for 45% of the total revenue collection in the country. Whiskey accounts for 60% of the liquor sales while rum; brandy any vodka account for 17% 18% and 6% respectively. MNC’s share is only 10%and they have been successful only in the premium and super premium ranges. Post WTO the government may have opened India to foreign distilleries, but the duty has been increased from 222% to 464-706%.This is due to the fact that there is a 100% customs duty, 150%contravening duty, local taxes, distributor’s margin, retailer’s margin and publicity charges. The cost is finally borne by the consumer. Though the government claims that this is being done to protect the domestic liquor industry, the domestic industry accounts for 99% of the market share. This protectionist policy could prove to be counterproductive and lead to smuggling. As of now, only 45% of the sales are through legal channels and only 25% of this is duty paid for. Within India itself, the policy of alcohol retail differs form state to state. While some states like Maharashtra. Uttar Pradesh, and Tamil- Nadu have a liberal policy, come states like Haryana and Andhra

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PROJECT AT A GLANCE I. Capacity Of The Plant Ii. Utilities Iii. Manpower Requirement Iv. Project Schedule INTRODUCTION An Overview Of The Indian Liquor Industry Prohibition In India Economic Environment Ethyl And Methyl Alcohols Different Alcoholic Drink USES AND APPLICATIONS MARKET SURVEY LIQUOR MARKET: FEATURES FUTURE SALES GROWTH OF MAJOR INTERNATIONAL BRANDS OF FOREIGN LIQUOR SELECTED COMPANY WITH THEIR BRAND NAME PROCESS DESCRIPTION Detailed Process Description PACKAGING Packaging Requirement LIST OF MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENTS USED IN ALCOHALIC BEVERAGES PLANT MULTI-TUBE COAXIAL HEAT PASTEURIZER CIP SYSTEM A.FULLY AUTOMATIC Process Flow Chart Of Alcoholic Beverages Processing Plant Schematic Flow Diagram Of “Alcoholic Drink Bottling Plant” General Plant Layout GMP/GHP Criteria For Food EFFLUENT TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL STANDARDS WASTE TREATMENT Typical Waste Solids Characteristics EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENT MANPOWER BASIS OF ESTIMATION PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE Organization Staff B I S SPECIFICATIONS Rectified Spirit VARIOUS TYPES OF INDUSTRIAL ALCOHOL PRODUCTION OF BRANDY PRODUCTION OF RUM PRODUCTION OF SPIRIT FOR GIN MANUFACTURING PROCESS OF WHISKY MANUFACTURERS OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES POLLUTION CONTROL IN ETHYL ALCOHOL INDUSTRY List Of IMFL/Liquor Manufacturer In India

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SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS MANUFACTURER OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MANUFACTURE OF MOLASSES SUPPLIERS OF COMPLETE PLANT AND MACHINERY Sources Of Technology PRINCIPLES OF PLANT LAYOUT Major Provisions In Road Planning For Multipurpose Service PLANT LOCATION FACTORS EXPLANATION OF TERMS USED IN THE PROJECT REPORT

APPENDIX 1. COST OF PLANT ECONOMICS 2. LAND & BUILDING 3. PLANT AND MACHINERY 4. FIXED CAPITAL INVESTMENT 5. RAW MATERIAL 6. SALARY AND WAGES 7. UTILITIES AND OVERHEADS 8. TOTAL WORKING CAPITAL 9. COST OF PRODUCTION 10. PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS 11. BREAK EVEN POINT 12. RESOURCES OF FINANCE 13. INTEREST CHART 14. DEPRECIATION CHART 15. CASH FLOW STATEMENT 16. PROJECTED BALANCE SHEET Engineers India Research Institute (EIRI) is a renowned name in the industrial world for offering technical and financial consultancy services. EIRI services are: Detailed Feasibility Reports New Project Identification Project Feasibility and Market Study Identification of Lucrative Industrial Project Opportunities Preparation of Project Profiles / Pre-Investment and Detailed Feasibility Studies, Market Surveys / Studies, Market Survey Cum Detailed Techno-Economic Feasibility Reports Project Reports in CD Roms Identification of Plant /Process/Machinery and Equipment, Industrial General Guidance for setting up new industrial projects. Our most up-to-date and Technologically Advanced Industrial Project Reports, categorized with respect to Financial Outlays and Sector – wise Classification are immensely useful for

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