History of the Organisation

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 Visakha Milk union was registered under Co-operative Act in 1973 and Commissioned in the year 27th September, 1977 with an initial capacity of 50 thousand liters per day.  Visakha Milk Union comprises of 3 districts i.e., Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and Visakhapatnam are its operational area.  Visakha Milk Union took conversion to 1995 Model Act as Srivijayavisakha Milk Producers Mutually Aided Cooperative Union Limited, (Visakha Cooperative Dairy) on 08-07-1999.  Visakha Milk Union converted as “ Srivijayavisakha Milk Producers Company Limited” under the Companies Act 1956 under Part – IX A with effect from 06-012006.  The area of operation extended to another 2 districts i.e., East Godavari and West Godavari Districts with total coverage of 5 districts currently

Profile of product(s)/services:

 The visakha diary products are as follows:    Milk Milk products

 The milk and milk products are sub categorised as follows: Milk:  Full cream milk  Double toned milk  Homogenised milk  Standardised milk

Milk products:  Butter milk  Lassi  Curd  Misthi doi  Shrikand  Butter  Milk cake  Ghee  Paneer  Zest flavour milk

Mission,Objectives and Strategies of the organisation:

MISSION STATEMENT:

 Visakha Dairy is committed to enhance the milk procurement through Technical inputs by providing Quality services to our member producers by ensuring economic viability to improve socioeconomic conditions of our members. Visakha Dairy is also committed to supply quality milk and milk products to consumers. Our Dairy shall become top dairy in the country with its inspired team of employees. We, the inspired Team of Employees are dedicated to Co-operation, Honesty, Discipline & Time, Quality & Purity, Hard Working, Transparency, Trust & Belief on Organization, Mutual Respect, Skill Development & Education.

and provide Quality Milk & Milk Products to the Consumers.50. C s d in M on.00000 to 3.000 liters per day 1. 1998.H.000 liters per day 4.000 liters per day 2.  Power Plant capacity 13 MT per day – Capital outlay 7 Crores commissioned in May. Later 2 FINO TFA1 – i arn ng .00.Our belief: . Creativity & C Market & Customer Orientation ont i n u ou sL e Share holder ’s Value OBJECTIVES: Our main object is to serve the farmers and to give help to their economical development. Values & Str ate gy am Te irati nsp s-I ulture & Passion et. Mi ion Vis ssion.000 to 2.00.000 Liters Per Day and commend on 27-05-2001.00.000 liters per day  The turnover of Visakha Dairy touched 583 crores during the year 2010 – 11 and Equity build up is 135 Crores.00.000 to 1.000 liters per day 1. Thereafter one 500 ml FINO is added in the year 2002.00.000 to 1.  U. Plant capacity 30.50.00000 to 5.T.  Visakha Dairy Expansion from 1986-87 1989-90 1991-92 2000-01 2002-03 50.

midterm and short term strategies.  Improve the advertising effectiveness  To ensure that a large proportion of its sales is directed towards the sectors and urban sectors Strategies of the organization Company collects information for management requirements.  Increasing productivity of work force  To introduce new products and create new markets  Customers service and customer satisfaction  Improving work culture among the employees  Capitalizing on company strength and use of corporate assets  Continuous innovation  To provide a growth rate of about 10% p. Milk crossed 80. and new developments.  Visakha Dairy got accreditation for the Quality Management System (ISO 90012000) & HACCP Certification during the year June. and depending upon specific requirements.T. customer and competitors activities.H. Visakha Dairy proudly launched such milk variant for the FIRST TIME in Indian market where as major FMCG companies are following us.5 Lakh Liters Per Day.  Milk Pouch Filling Unit – II constructed to accommodate 2.5 lakhs / day. This helps to understand changes in market and demand forecasting.000 lts per day. a specially processed milk was launched in the pouches which has a shelf life of 14 days.  Fat Handling Unit – II: At present 4 MTs capacity Ghee/Butter Handling and strengthened to 9 MTs. On the basis.a. product.Machines commissioned 28-06-2008. Unit takes into account the changes in the regulatory and legal requirements of the business.In order to facilitate the availability of milk to the public more convenience. . the plant has a capacity of 2.  Extended Shelf Life Packing . company has formulated long term. Presently on average day wise packing of all types U. 2003 and Quality Management.

Short Term Strategies (0-1 Year)        Focus on Capacity utilization and cost Power plant commission Mid Term Strategies (0-3 Years) Focus on Identifying areas of growth Operational excellence Outsourced business Enhancing product capabilities Long Term Strategies (0-5 Years)    Focus to build on Identified potentials Improve portfolio mix Geographical expansion in Domestic and exports Initiatives to increase gross margins Policies and Procedures followed: Farming system can be improved through clear policies and procedures. which meet or exceed the expectations of our customers. Clear policies and procedures will help with staff training and ensure tasks are consistently completed. Clear policies and procedures will structure your farming enterprise to enable the farm to operate without the key person. Some of the key areas that require clear policies and procedures for permanent and relief staff include: POLICIES FOLLOWED  QUALITY POLICY The Visakha dairy is committed to meet excellence in every activity by each employee in the organization in order to provide products and services. .

driving quality initiatives and supporting their quality management efforts. which enable us to undertake the responsibilities we have towards the environment and the community. a leading producer of milk and milk products. Conforming to Quality systems. . products and services by specific actions to upgrade the environment. Incorporating quality while designing our products and services and in the processes. Visakha dairy will strive to continually minimize environmentally harmful emissions and wastes for prevention of pollution. Visakha dairy will communicate with all persons working for and on behalf of the organization on the importance of protecting and improving the environment. Visakha dairy will emphasize on continual improvement through deployment of adequate resources to implement its Environmental Policy and actions Visakha dairy will make the policy available to public interest. is committed to making a net contribution to the environment by minimizing the impact of its activities. through which they are produced. Creating significant customer value in the pursuit of improving the quality of our products. reuse viable process wastes. Visakha dairy will recycle. TO THIS END:       Visakha dairy will comply with the applicable legal & other Requirements. Developing relationships with suppliers.  ENVIRONMENT POLICY Visakha dairy Industries Limited. Training and developing our Business Associates to achieve superior levels of customer satisfaction and delight in all their interactions with customers. services or processes.QUALiTY IS ACHIVED BY       Developing employees through education and training and encouraging them to pursue continuous improvement in quality. thus ensuring performance and reliability.

ergonomics and striving for better working conditions. We will promote amongst our employees and their families the need to be healthy of body and mind.  Adhering to. SAFETY IS ACHIEVED BY  Active participation of all persons working as well as those assisting us in our premises with the aim of reducing losses to the valuable resources of Man. We will consistently strive to promote preventive health through knowledge sharing amongst ourselves. which is basically an integral part of all our activities. in the interest of ourselves and the society at large.  Aiming at Zero Accidents without compromising productivity. Materials and tools. and surpassing to the extent possible. SAFETYPOLICY All of us at visakha dairy dedicate ourselves for maintaining Occupational Safety. we will put forth conscious efforts to achieve the following:  Healthy Individual : Productive Employee  Healthy Employee : Organization‟s Asset Healthy Citizen : Nation‟s Pride . By adopting the philosophy of “Prevention is better than cure” in personal and professional lives. our family and in the community we live in. Machine.  Adopting safe work practices.  Spreading the knowledge of safety needs to our vendors and associates who serve from their premises. statutory regulations on top priority  HEALTH POLICY We are committed to uphold safety regulations in every productive activity to protect ourselves from occupational health hazards.

 CIVIL BLOCK:This department looks after the purchase of the material and the construction works and the plans for any new block.  It gives the actual facts .  FINANCE BLOCK: this department is for the financial operations like    Loaning process Fixed assests Casting The importance of the MIS block is :  Gives in and out information  It is the art of the organisation  Gives the over all report  It gives the staticial information  This department is only related to the mangement. It has a block called EHI(employee state insurance) which looks after the insurance policies.Functions of various departments and managers: FUNCTIONS:  P&A BLOCK: It generally defined as personal and administration block generally looks after the employee and employee equipment.

research customers‟ habits and needs. Branding. forecast and analyze sales.  MANUFACTURING BLOCK: This is also known as production block or production section . Promotion and Campaigning. plan for product and package design. it produces the product and it has been sent to quality check up block  QUALITY CHECK UP BLOCK: It checks the quality of the product according to the norms of ISO Marketing: Functions         Development of marketing goals and strategy Conducting marketing researches Advertising. Conducting customer surveys. plan sales presentations. analyze customers‟ reaction to advertizing. manage budget. develop product brands. Commissioning. managing relationships with vendors. track competitors‟ activity. treat for online promotion . developing price strategy. measuring effectiveness. identifying influential groups in market segments.  ELECTRICAL SECTION: This section looks of boilers and the supply of electricity and the conditons of the motor and they will rectify within the time. understanding and acting upon market research Understanding competitors and their strategies and likely responses Developing new products Understanding an organization‟s strengths and weaknesses Besides these main functions. there are other functions including focus on customers. ENGINEERING SECTION: This section takes care of the plant and its maintainance check whether there is any leakage in the pipes.

thread. production runs and manpower involvement planner also estimate production cost per pieces.Product Development: Functions Conducting R&D activities and developing conceptual framework for product innovation.  Preparing business proposal and obtaining necessary approvals.        . button. Estimating quantity and costs of production: Planner estimate daily production (units) according to the styles work content.  Conduct initial quality test and collaborate with quality assurance team to quality tests.  Develop new products and Update existing products. With the estimated production figure. and twill tape) is calculated and estimated cost of each material Loading production: Planner defines which style to be loaded to the production line and how much quantity to be loaded. Sometimes there may be a capacity shortage in a factory.  Organizing and coordinating Product Working Committees (PWC) from the relevant departments/stakeholders in order to execute the product development process flow. Production Planning and Control Department: Function   Job or Task Scheduling: Preparation of time and action calendar for each order from order receiving to shipment. Sometime extra processes are eliminated to reduce cost of production. Material Resource Planning (Inventory): Preparation of Material requirement sheet according to sample product and buyer specification sheet. planner need to identify which facility will be most suitable for new orders. Capacity planning: PPC department plays a major role during order booking. packaging etc. Line planning: Preparing detailed line planning with daily production target for the production line. in that case planner need to decide which facility will selected for that orders. According to the order (customer) requirement PPC department select processes for the orders. Consumption of material (fabric.  Planning and designing new product. Facility location: Where a company has multiple factories (facilities) for production and factories are set for specific product. They decide (suggest) how much order they should accept according to their production capacity. Process selection & planning: Processes needed to complete an order vary style to style.

PPC department keeps close look whether everything is progressing according the plan.  Dispatching to storage.  Retrieval of goods from storage.  shipping  Record keeping.  Placing in storage.  Identification and sorting of goods. software and physical communication Provide a source of guidance for technology issues for staff and associated organizations Maintain information security and availability Provide a corporate perspective on information technology initiatives Supply the guidance and infrastructure to deliver meaningful information Engineering and Maintenance Department: Functions         Maintenance of installed equipment and facilities Installations of new equipment and facilities Inspection and lubrication of existing equipment Monitoring of faults and failures using appropriate techniques Modifications of already installed equipment and facilities Management of inventory Supervision of manpower Keeping records .Follow up and execution: Whatever plan is made is executed by PPC department.  IT Department: Functions      Manage the organization's hardware. Chasing other department heads on daily basis to keep plan on track.  Order accumulation.  Store house management. Warehouse Department: Functions  Receiving raw materials and store finished goods.  Packing.

Selection of suppliers for issue of enquiries. more than 80 per cent of milk produced is flowing into the unorganized sector. Maintenance of vendor performance records/data. you can keep on adding to your product line. carriers etc. which requires proper channelization. Negotiating contracts. and preparation of comparative statement (quotation charts). . Issuing enquiries/tenders and obtaining quotations.. even on packed liquid milk.e. Margins: Quite reasonable. their prices. Presently. With balancing equipment. Checking legal conditions of contracts. Follow up of purchase orders for delivery in due time Verification and passing of suppliers' bills to see that payments are made promptly.  Availability of raw material: Abundant. regarding shortages. specification and other allied matters SWOT ANALYSIS OF an organisation Strengths:    Demand profile: Absolutely optimistic. Consultation with the Indenture for selection and approval of quotations and with Accounts Officer for pre-audit. Flexibility of product mix: Tremendous.. source of supply. Maintenance of purchase records. reported by the Stores Department. Serving as an information center on the materials' knowledge i. Analyzing quotations and bids etc. Correspondence and dealing with suppliers. Keeping various Departments/Divisions informed of the progress of their indents in case of delay in obtaining supplies..Purchase Department: Functions              Checking of requisitions/purchase indents. rejections etc.

all is not well with distribution.  Lack of control over yield: Theoretically. UHT gives milk long life. However. But then if ice creams can be sold virtually at every nook and corner. But with the overall economic improvement in India. coupled with higher income to rural milk producers should automatically lead to improvement in milk yields. packaging and presentation.Weaknesses:  Perishability: Pasteurization has overcome this weakness partially. many new processes will follow to improve milk quality and extend its shelf life. increased awareness of developments like embryo transplant. Dr Kurien bears out this statement perfectly.  Logistics of procurement: Woes of bad roads and inadequate transportation facility make milk procurement problematic. these problems would also get solved. there is little control over milk yield. and now he clearly is an example of „never ending success‟! If dairy entrepreneurs are looking for opportunities in India. artificial insemination and properly managed animal husbandry practices. Surely. and success never ending”. the following areas must be tapped:  Value addition: There is a phenomenal scope for innovations in product development.  Problematic distribution: Yes. He entered the industry when there were only threats. why can‟t we sell other dairy products too? Moreover. He met failure head-on. it is only a matter of time before we see the emergence of a cold chain linking the producer to the refrigerator at the consumer‟s home! Opportunities: "Failure is never final. Given below are potential .

analyze and help to bring down COSTS. and the Middle East. To assist colleagues at all levels to UPGRADE their soft skills.both in terms of utilization of resources and presence in the market place. o Addition of cultured products like yoghurt and cheese lend further strength . flavored milk. This will lead to a greater presence and flexibility in the market place along with opportunities in the field of brand building. further opening up export opportunities. Nigeria. Sri Lanka. To make PAYMENTS in time to all stakeholders. o A lateral view opens up opportunities in milk proteins through casein. caseinates and other dietary proteins. To track. opportunities will increase tremendously for the export of agri-products in general and dairy products in particular. . paneer. Amul is exporting to Bangladesh. o Yet another aspect can be the addition of infant foods. dairy sweets. To prepare the annual BUDGET and five year PRESPECTIVE PLAN.  Export potential: Efforts to exploit export potential are already on. Top Key result areas(KRA’S): In general the KRA‟s are:        To ensure adequate FUNDING for the operations of the company. geriatric foods and nutritionals. khoa.areas of value addition: o Steps should be taken to introduce value-added products like shrikhand. ice creams. etc. To ensure that STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS are met in full. To provide data at predetermined intervals to our staff at various points through the MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM. Following the new GATT treaty.

 Creating monthly budgets.  Updating perspective plan. FUNDING:         PAYMENTS: Equity shares. Preference shares Debentures Bonds Term loans Short term loans Inter Corporate deposits Suppliers credit       Salaries and wages Taxes Gratuity funds Interest and principal repayments Advances Investments THE COST:  Interest  Taxes  Exchange fluctuation  Other financial charges MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM:  Product cost  Profile and cross account  Cash flow  Inventory BUDGETING:  Creating annual Business plan. .  To provide support to all DIVISIONS and SUB‟s.  To ensure customer satisfaction. STATUTORY REQUEST:    Tax deduction on salaries and wages Tax deduction on payment to contractors Tax deduction on rent to land lords. To find new ways to increase PROFITIBILITY.

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION:  Review complains.  Filling of income tax and wealth tax. Analysis of complaints from customers Significant factors for success: • Favourable endowment of natural resources for grass production • On-going pursuit for innovation and technological improvement by farmers. Tax deduction on brokerage and commission  Advance pay of income tax.  Job rotation. IMPROVE PROFITIBILITY:  Cost reduction  Working capital reduction SUPPORT TO DIVISIONS AND BUSINESS UNITS:  Sub Business Unit wise profitability  Variance analysis  Coordinating business plan. . • Early access to guaranteed market . • Farmers‟ strong ideology towards control and ownership of downstream manufacturing and marketing activities led to vertical integration and continuous institutional and organisational changes. public research and education institutions. manufacturing.  Service level agreements  Monthly reports from all senior managers.  Issue of certificates to tax deduction sources.  Publishing quality results. and marketing companies. input suppliers. UPGRADATION:  Individual initiatives  Company training programs.

commercial ads SIZE – This as per the space provided by the dealer outlet. The product promotional measures has been taken care by the marketing department The marketing department recuirts a staff for attracting the consumers     Adversiting on hoardings T.Significant Factors for Success: Visakha dairy have put-in aggressive plans by focusing on four key pillars of business:      Product Portfolio: Offering the best quality & innovative product basket at competitive prices to exceed the consumer expectations.v. COST – The cost of signage is borne by the company. Processes: Putting in place the best industry practices and processes which would enable us to deliver on the brand promise.  Customer relationship is always given importance. . People: Attracting and retaining the best people who can bring value to the system with customer orientation (both internal as well as external). Others:  Every single work is well organized. which will go long way in achieving customer delight and gaining the confidence of channel partners that would work as insulator against the competition. Partners in Success: Partnering with the right kind of trade channels which can support us in reaching out to consumers in the minimum possible time while delivering on the promise of best shelf space for our brands.  Quality is their first priority.  Good working environment.  Infrastructure of the company is ideal for the employees working there.  Employees are very dedicated and committed towards their profession Product promotional measures: goods like apparels are dependent on advertising for their market visibility and sale. it facilitates and increases the efficiency of the production and manufacture.  Customer satisfaction is always one of their key goals.

Identifying talent. That is why our EVP is characterized as offering a 'world of opportunities'. Similarly. training and developing them are the pillars of our talent management process. It enables managers to make career moves. Engineers. MBAs. At the same time we hire experienced professionals from outside to bring in new perspectives and new energy .At Visakha dairy we believe that talent is „omnipresent‟ and all people have some talent. There are some techniques followed foe local marketsUsage of points of sale material. We use a combination of developmental assignments. training and developing them are the pillars of our talent management process. Usage of outdoor media like hoarding. POSTERS – Posters play an important role in attracting a customer attention. Identifying talent. We have robust programs at the entry level for Accountants. which leverage their strengths and focus on areas of development as they prepare for leadership roles. Leadership Associate Program Leadership Program for Experienced Human Resource Leadership Program Finance Leadership Program Six Sigma . we have a number of programs for mid-career professionals.    Career Planning: Our Employee Value Proposition (EVP) aims to deliver unique opportunities to our employees in terms of learning. recognition and family well being. Our philosophy is one of developing our own people and enabling them to attain growth as the Group grows. classroom training. coaching and participation in special project teams to enable employees to continuously learn and develop. Programs:       Global manufacturing leadership program. Exhibiting slides in cinema theatres. Lawyers and others. career development.

From exciting assignments to expert guidance. we provide young talent with challenging opportunities to realize their dreams and excel each day.Training Measures When students join us as interns or employees. they soon realize that their work environment is as vibrant as their university. Training Programs     Graduate Engineer trainee Programs Leadership Associate Program (LEAP) Group Internships Business Management Trainee Programs Training Methods  Class room training  Webinars  Video Conferencing  Case Study  Workshops  Quiz and Games System Followed for Purchase of Materials . Learning never stops at the Visakha dairy. from customized training programs to intensive leadership programs.

. Vendor send goods and goods receipt vouchers are generated. Vendors send quotations specifying costs. Vendor quotations are compared and comparison report is prepared. Purchase Period: Materials are purchased as and when required. Recognition is not far behind. dyes and chemicals. packing materials. Competition remains central to our growth and we encourage our employees to constantly better past performances. You get. System: SAP-ERP. Human Resource Development Measures You do. Invoice verification made by finance department.Following are the steps followed for purchase:             Material generally purchased are machines. furniture etc. general items like stationery items. discounts. Then material will be approved or rejected. fuel. spare parts. Purchase requisitions received from user department. Payments and C-forms will be issued as per our agreed purchase order terms. Purchase order (PO) is then raised. coal etc. time required to deliver and offers. Rejected material is then sent back to vendor and approved material will be issued to concerned user department. Final and physical verification of goods will be made by user departments. . Inquiry is sent to different vendors.

right time.Manpower Planning Manpower Planning which is also called as Human Resource Planning consists of putting right number of people. human resources can be readily available and they can be utilized in best manner. Human Resource Planning has to be a systems approach and is carried out in a set procedure. All the recruitment and selection programs are based on manpower planning. . The procedure is as follows:     Analyzing the current manpower inventory Making future manpower forecasts Developing employment programs Design training programs Manpower Planning is advantageous to firm in following manner:      Shortages and surpluses can be identified so that quick action can be taken wherever required. It also helps to identify the available talents in a concern and accordingly training programs can be chalked out to develop those talents. It helps in growth and diversification of business. Through manpower planning. Human Resource Planning has got an important place in the arena of industrialization. right kind of people at the right place. It also helps to reduce the labor cost as excess staff can be identified and thereby overstaffing can be avoided. doing the right things for which they are suited for the achievement of goals of the organization.

Involvement of top management is high in the overall performance appraisal system. family and dependant parents.equipped gymnasium. Appraisal period is from April-march. transfer. Take a look at some of the benefits you can enjoy when you join our team: Health: Accident insurance. yoga classes and a well . . salary increment and training need identification. health and the environment for our employees and neighbouring communities.It helps the organization to realize the importance of manpower management which ultimately helps in the stability of a concern Welfare Measures To empower our people to fulfill their personal and professional dreams we offer simple. super markets and walking tracks  Performance Appraisal System The present system is an annual system of appraisal. travel desk  Scholarships: Beyond schooling. everyday conveniences that make life easier.  Insurance: Our death/disability in service insurance plan. Nischint. provides monetary relief to our employees' families in the event of the employees' death/permanent disability while they are still working with the Group. The format is designed by the HR Department with the help of external experts. ATM. with a formal mid-year review. well . hospitalization insurance for self. Recreation: Clubs.stocked library. auditoriums. Purposes: Performance appraisal exercise assists in deciding promotion. richer and more joyful. onsite doctor and a cafeteria that serves hot and nutritious food.  Safety: Your safety remains our prime concern and we ensure compliance with local laws regarding safety.  Other: Concierge services. our scholarship scheme is open to employees' children for professional education in India and abroad. Pratibha.  Recreation: Mediation room.

reviewer and HR department Criteria of appraisal The appraisal period is from April-March. same format exists in all the divisions The format for managers below GM level is being discussed here. before proceeding to the next KRA. There are following main sections in the on-line form:  The Performance Evaluation form. format differs in different divisions of the organization  For GM and above.appraiser. The Critical Personal Attributes of the employees are evaluated next. An employee's capability is evaluated on two dimensions: performance & potential (measured through competencies). display the Key Result Areas (KRAs) and the Performance Indicators. The present system is an on-line performance appraisal system which is operational since the year 2001. appraiser needs to key in the 'Rating' and the 'Remarks' supporting the rating. Each screen displays one KRA and the Performance Indicators for that KRA. and Recommendations of appraiser    Rating Scale Rating 1 2 3 4 Interpretation Contributor Performer High Achiever Outstanding Achiever . followed by Specific Achievements of the employee.There are two categories of format: Below General Manager (GM) level.  Levels of appraisal There are three levels of appraisal. In the box provided.

Presently on average day wise packing of all types U.  U. CONCLUSION: Doing this Organization Study in Visakha dairy pvt Ltd was one of its kinds. The factory infrastructure is well build and well maintained.000 lts per day.  Extended Shelf Life Packing . The Milk and milk products production in Andhra Pradesh understanding and satisfying the needs of the people. Everything is synchronized and organized. 2011. Plant capacity 30. Later 2 FINO TFA1 – Machines commissioned 28-06-2012. Visakha Dairy proudly launched such milk variant for the FIRST TIME in Indian market where as major FMCG companies are following us.  Powder Plant capacity 13 MT per day – Capital outlay 7 Crores commissioned in May. the plant has a capacity of 2. . Thereafter one 500 ml FINO is added in the year 2012. A very friendly working atmosphere where every work is done very professionally.  Fat Handling Unit – II: At present 4 MTs capacity Ghee/Butter Handling and strengthened to 9 MTs.5 Lakh Liters Per Day. a specially processed milk was launched in the pouches which has a shelf life of 14 days.T. Quality is their first preference. The way each employee is dedicated towards his /her work is worth seeing.In order to facilitate the availability of milk to the public more convenience.000 Liters Per Day and commend on 27-05-2011.5 lakhs / day.T. Milk crossed 80.  Milk Pouch Filling Unit – II constructed to accommodate 2.H.FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ORGANISATION:  The turnover of Visakha Dairy touched 583 crores during the year 2010 – 11 and Equity build up is 135 Crores.H. The experience was very good.