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Total Gaps : 81
Gap Area Action (Source: GSC Audit)
No.

RAW MATERIAL
1 Processes 3 Malt silos and 1 rice silo not
commission yet

2 Processes Lager malt specification for


Carlsberg : Imported barley and
malting in India

3 Processes India Malting plant not recently


audited

4 Processes Rice quality is not known

5 Processes Rice grading after milling seems too


coarse – which could course long
saccharification time due to
unmodified starch grains (60/40%
rice/malt mix.
6 Equipment New silo system does not include the
malt / rice weighers to brewhouse

7 Cleaning & New malt and rice silo installation is


maintenance not up to required standard
BREW HOUSE
8 Processes RDF is quite low for Tuborg.
Saccharification time for Tuborg as
long as 2 hours

9 Processes The measurement of malt& rice by


load cell is differ from counting the
quantity number of sack per brew:
Measuring every sack before loading
: 3-5 % deviation from load cell

10 Processes Rollers in the rice mill are


completely worn. Approx. 2070
brews in operation.
(picture attached)

11 Processes 1. Actual mashing diagram is differ


from the set point
2. Calibration result of PT 100
available

12 Processes Sacharification time is longer than


60minutes. Rest time at 72oC is set
at 20-25 min in average.

13 Processes Total additional water to LT actual :


Flushing 8 hl and underlet 5hl = 13
hl

14 Processes Brewhouse commissioned for


65/35% Malt/rice. Tuborg and
Palone 40%/60% malt/rice
respectively.
15 Processes Hop addition
Tuborg Strong : 7 kg (15% alpha
acid of Indian Hop) + 2 kg
( 6.7% imported aroma pallet)
Polone : 7 kg ( 15% alpha acid
of Indian Hop)
Tuborg Mild : hop extract 0.95
kg( 53% ) + hop extract 0.45 kg
( 52%) + 4.5 kg hop pallet
(6.7% Aroma hop)

16 Processes Zinc and Calcium level in wort


unknown

17 Processes Brewhouse yield not calculated.

18 Cleaning & Rice mill and malt mill : Visual


maintenance inspection and gap measurement
Rice Mill : top/bottom = 1.3/0.8 mm
Malt Mill : 0.5mm Malt and rice
miller rollers completely worn out

19 Cleaning & Maintenance plan not in operation


maintenance

20 Buildings Building quality: Very high building –


with leaking roof during the rain
season in many places of the
brewery.

WORT HANDLING
21 Processes Oxygen level reported to 16 ppm.
Measured by a portable O2 meter
straight after the aeration.
Distance to from BH to fermenters
short.
22 Processes All wort streams are cooled 1 0C
below fermentation temperature

23 Equipment Poor weldings were observed from


wort cooler to fermenter. Flow plates
poorly installed.
24 Cleaning & CIP – no comments
maintenance

PROPAGATION/YEAST HANDLING
25 Processes Propagation done according to
logarithmic phase. Propagation in
Carlsberg Flask not according to
good micro practice. Broken gasket
on the C-flask

26 Processes Propagation schedule sometimes too


long dropping Plato below 7 %
before fresh wort transfer

27 Yeast handling Carlsberg yeast only used up to 5


generations.

28 Equipment Propagation plant – equipment


showed several dead ends and poor
weldings and not according to
Carlsberg standard. Sample cook not
guaranteed sterility.
This also includes yeast tanks.

29 Equipment The newly installed yeast (not


commissioned yet) very poorly
installed.
30 Cleaning & CIP temperature on return observed
maintenance very high

FERMENTATION
31 Processes Performance of Carlsberg yeast 234
observed poor. Slow Diacetyl
reduction and yeast sedimentation
32 Processes 140 yeast showed long Diacetyl rest
time

33 Processes 140 yeast is used for Tuborg and


Polone production

34 Cleaning & The CIP of fermenters was observed


maintenance to be unnecessary long – with high
caustic concentration and water
consumption.

35 Equipment Several fermenters were found in


very poor quality with respect to
steel quality and weldings

FILTRATION
36 Processes There is no quality check at the start
up of filtration

37 Processes Discrepancy of the Oxygen level of


beer after KSG by portable compare
to inline DO meter

38 Processes Difference pressure in and out of


the filter is recorded and during
audit there is the Pin – P out
development from1.7 bar to 4.5
bar
39 Equipment Sight glass of the KSG mixing is
close to the lower sensor

40 Cleaning & Candle filter does not take place


maintenance since we installed the filter
BRIGHT BEER HANDLING
41 Processes BBT content is counting from
filtration and DA flowmeter

PACKAGING, BOTTLING
42 Empty bottle Empty bottle storage, handling and
handling sorting is a major issue at the
brewery. ….And well known to the
brewery management.
Further to this it is not allowed using
Kingfisher embossed bottles for local
product causing extra sorting.

43 Empty bottle Bottles very dirty and often broken


handling causing high bottle losses

44 Empty bottle Outdoor storage facilities not


handling optimal.
See attached photos.
45 Processes · Inline oxygen meter
(Orbisphere) before filler does not
include an alarm stopping the filler
in case of high oxygen.
· The installed meter is not
trusted by the team. During the
audit an off line meter was installed
at start up however removed for the
measurement of TPO.
· High discrepancy was
observed between meters.

46 Processes Start up filling – first 2 rounds


removed.
Total packaged oxygen was
measured after approx. 1/2 hour.
Product not tasted at start up
47 Processes Polone is packaged in mixed bottles
both brown and flint. Specifications
for Polone observed as tight as for
Carlsberg.

48 Pasteuriser No antibacterial chemicals are in use


in the pasteuriser.
PU's measure to between 15 and 25
PU's.
49 Equipment Cartons were prepared manually.

50 Equipment Conveyors observed dry.

51 Equipment The filler can be opened without the


filler stops immediately
52 Storage of raw Huge label storage – in a non
materials ventilated and humidity controlled
room causing high label loss during
labelling.
53 CIP of filler Hot caustic cleaning of filler takes
place one time per week.

54 Cleaning & · Maintenance of filler very poor.


maintenance – the following was observed:

· All star wheels and gliders


around the filler very worn out.
Causing high bottle losses
· Poor functionality of lifting
tables at the filler – due to lack of
maintenance.
· Filling vent tubes malfunction
during start of filling.
· Many dead plates on the
conveyor observed worn out causing
turn over of bottles.
· Jetter blocked at start up.

· Maintenance of bottlewasher

WAREHOUSING
55 Processes Lots of expired product found
segregated in the warehouse
awaiting tax clearance before
dumping.
55 Processes Lots of expired product found
segregated in the warehouse
awaiting tax clearance before
dumping.

56 Processes Many cartons found


damaged/broken bottles on lower
part of pallets due to forklift
handling.
Pallets are stacked in 3 heights.
Cartons are manually loaded on
trucks.

57 Cleaning Leaking roof observed in many


maintenance places damaging cartons.

UTILITY
58 Processes · CO2 collection starts 24 hours
after tank full.
· CO2 purity not informed
· Strong off flavour of cooked
tomato in Monday CO2 taste sample

59 Equipment Many power breakdowns observed -

60 Outsourcing It was observed that several utility


operations were outsourced.

HEALTH AND SAFETY


61 Safety There are no safety showers
throughout the brewery – not even
at the CIP stations
Eye water flushes could not be
found.
62 Safety Many drains are missing covers – or
cover does not fit to drains
63 HACCP HACCP plan was gone through – in
total the brewery has identified 3
critical control points.
63 HACCP

· Empty bottle inspection


· Bottles burst (glass
fragments
· Pasteurisation

QUALITY MANAGEMENT
64 Sampling Plan Good knowledge of sampling plan –
however many printed versions of
the sampling plan exists.
Analyses Diacetyl measurements were gone
through and the following was
observed risking incorrect results.

65 Diacetyl · Beer sampling in an open jar

66 Diacetyl · Filtration takes too long time of


fermenting beer
67 Diacetyl · Cooling water for distillation too
hot
68 Diacetyl · A new L.G. automatic Diacetyl
stand to be included in the budget.

69 Oxygen control · Oxygen is being checked


according to the sampling plan but
not always on time.
70 Oxygen control · Furthermore it was observed
that the off line meter showed high
discrepancy from inline meters. Off
line showed in some cases very low
result.
71 Oxygen control · It could however not be
demonstrated to the auditors which
meter was measuring correctly.

72 Oxygen control · Furthermore total packaged


oxygen is not measured on the first
bottles out from filler but normally
taken once the filler is stabilized. In
the actual situation the TPO was
taken approx. 1/2 hour after start.

73 Haze and total Hazemeter calibrated after the old


haze "formazin" method – haze
measurements found out of control
in BAPS system
74 Haze and total Circulation in the 0 oC bath not
haze efficient – risking improper
incubation of samples.
Samples to completely covered in
the ice water

75 BAPS Brewery Alwar number 325 does not


exists in BAPS reporting.

76 Reference Beer No reference beer was found in use


at the Laboratory
77 Taste testing Daily taste testing well planned. The
brewery however uses the old
scoring from +1 to -3.
78 Microbiology - Micro is checked on bottled
analyses pasteurized beer

79 Microbiology - There is no steam sterilizer for


analyses sterilisation of sample cocks
80 Microbiology - Stereomicroscope not in use.
analyses
81 Microbiology - The micro situation at the brewery
analyses looks very good as no infections has
been observed. If infection occurs it
is unsure if the micro department
holds to experience in micro trouble
shooting.
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Reccomendations Status

Once commission, secure malt traceability and We get imported barley malt from one batch for
introduce silo program – batch separation. one full silo. For Indian malt and rice we will get
bulk load from one batch only and will not top
up with another batch till the first one finish.
Malt specification as per the COM must be Approved variety rley specified in COM is
followed. Analytical report to include all specific purchased and converted in India. We will
parameters. (Barley is purchased from ensure parameters are as per COM.
Carlsberg approved supplier).
Malting plant needs to be audited ASAP Barmalt audit scheduled dates were
communicated to Chonlada for reaudit.

Rice sample must be analyzed as per We are in process of buying sifter for analysing
specification in the COM especially when using grain size as per COM. Other chemical analysis
high rice content as adjunct. Physical analysis will be done in lab as per sampling plan in COM
such as impurities are of course checked at the CD.
brewery.
Milling setting to be checked and lowered if After the installation of new fluted rollers and
necessary. Also enzyme dosing to be adjusting the mill settings saccharification times
investigated. will be improved

Consider installation of weighers in order to Invited quotations from Krones and Buhler.
control material usage and brewhouse
performance.

Technical engineering standard – execution to Discussing with supplier to close the gaps
be discussed with supplier before contract
closure.
Evaluation of the current mashing profile - This issue is due to the new crop of local barley
and poor dormancy period.In Sep things with
the improved malt we will fine tune the mashing
profile
1. The load cell could be used for in house Installing batch weighing system on both rice
brewhouse yield calculation. Loading cells do and malt silos as recommended.
not work properly due to vibrations and solution
is being discussed with Krones.
2. The validation of total weigh from sack
should be done: once a month.

Loading cells do not work properly due to


vibrations and solution is being discussed with
Krones.

Auditors however, recommend considering


installation of weighers for malt and rice.
(commented under raw materials)

1. Check the maintenance plan requirement in 1. Process of refluting started.


the machine manual. 2. Attached herewith the revised maintenance
2. Prepare the spare part, re-flute of miller plan as per manufacturer recommendation.
3. Set the maintenance plan

1. The master list of calibration should be 1. Attached herewith the master calibration list.
available for B&P as well. 2. Temperature set to get the required set
2. Ensure the achievement of set point in every point in mashing diagram.
brew.

1. Trouble shooting should be done when we Higher sachrification time is largely due to poor
have long sachairifation time. For example:- malt quality. However, we have started
check the gap roller, malt quality, enzymes analysing other parameters on case to case
adding, etc. basis for high sachrification time.
1. Addition of water at LT could be reduced to Flushing 8 Hl water is for cleaning the LT and
improve the first wort gravity (currently before under let it is draining. So actual qty is
average gravity is 20.6%P) only 5 Hl.We will monitor the first wort gravity
vs last run gravity with the reduced water
Reduce extract in last runnings – Improving BH volumes
yield.
1. Brewhouse yield, hop utilisation and 1. Implemented (Refer the attached format).
evaporation rate should be calculated and 2. Here attached the revised calculation
record into the logging book considering RDF and total loss.
2. Cost comparison of 50:50 and 60:40 will be
calculated. RDF and total loss must be taken
into consideration
· Hop addition could be standardized by Hopping dosages are done based on the types
taking Hop utilisation monitoring into of hops available in stock as per contract done
consideration by group supply chain .The first sample already
Hop pallet should be sent for yearly analysis at dispacthed on 13th Aug 2010
TC

1. Zinc and calcium to be measured on yearly Will check both Zinc and calcium from reputed
basis. lab outside. Wort sample sent to France on 13th
2. Wort sample to be sent to TC, France Aug 2010.
Brewhouse yield to be calculated to identify It is done on daily and monthly basis. Atached
losses and to control brewhouse performance BH logsheet for reference.
and material usage.
1. Check the maintenance plan requirement in Invited quotation for refluting. We will get it
the machine manual done during next shutdown.
2. Prepare the spare part, re-flute of miller

REFLUTING OF ROLLERS URGENTLY


NEEDED.

Maintenance plan under implementation. Plan to CM/PM/PdM maintenance plan execution


be evaluated after introduction. started, will have complete checklist ready and
implemented by 15th Sept 2010.
Attached herewith some formats introduced for
CM/PM/PdM
Fixing roof leakage work is in progress

1.Test was done during the audit by transfer We are in process of installing static
first brew to a fermenter without yeast and mixer( ventury system) in wort cooling which
measured ;- result was 10.6ppm) was discussed during this observation.Taken up
2. Further investigation for a static mixer or with Krones
similar system due to the short distance from
BH to fermenters
Cooling set point could be the same as the Implemented
fermentation temperature. Cost saving.

This is an overall impression throughout the Krones engineer already visited the site. Will
brewing and processing area. Some photos take handover after completion of work and
attached. closing gaps

Propagation in Carlsberg flask trained during Will follow the procedures as per the training
audit to ensure sterility. Purchase new spare given. Spares under procurement process.
parts from Alfa Laval

Adjust schedule according to lab measurements Dilution step corrected


– daily extract. Also increase volume in
propagator to approx. 20hl (100 x dilution
rate).

If the yeast is free of contamination and viable As discussed with Briggit According to the
it can be used up to 10 generations. – reducing Viablity we are going to use up to 10 th Gen
losses as yeast is just drained.
Go through plant and update accordingly - Special care is now taken to clean dead end
wherever elimination is not possible.
Please refer photograph of welding joints
finished after audit.
Sterilisation procedure of sample cork attached
for reference.

To be discussed with supplier. (photo attached). Krones engineer already visited the site. Will
take handover after completion of work and
closing gaps
Reduce CIP temperature to be max 80 to 82 0C Implemented (Attached revised SOP for
on return. Longer lifetime on gaskets etc. reference)

· Reduce pitching rate to 10 -12mio cell/ ml * Implemented

· Cool wort to fermentation temperature * Implemented


( not 1 degree below)
· Temperature control by mean of top and Trial batch started. Under obseravtion. Will
cone cooling jacket during fermentation communicate the result.

· Control cooling regime to 4oC by mean


0.24 oC per hour (14 oC to 4 oC)
Trial batch started. Under obseravtion. Will
communicate the result.

· First cropping yeast at 4 oC then after


crash cooling to -1.0 oC
· Increase fermentation temperature to 15
o
C (should await the above actions)
· Cold wort and fermentation at 16 oC and Trial batch under observation
drop the free rise to 17 oC

· Cropping yeast at fermentation


temperature (after end fermentation)
Consider changing to 124 yeast, which is less Once 124 yeast is received we will start using
flocculant than 140. and stop140

· Reduce CIP times, caustic contraction and We have reduced as recommended and trials
water flushes. under observation.Will evaluate the results and
· Reduce caustic circulation as well as water continue if satisfactory
flushing

Changes were agreed during the audit – cost


saving initiatives.
To be discussed with supplier - Krones engineer already visited the site. Will
take handover after completion of work and
closing gaps.

· Implement quality check during start up Filtration QC fStartup checks


immediately : Haze, CO2, alcohol and taste of implemeted.Atttached herewith the log sheets
the beer for ref.
· Calibration of the DO portable meter and Calbration by manufacturing representative will
inline instrument be done and process to buy one more portable
· Quality assurance before filtration should DO meter.
be implemented immediately.
· Logging sheet of filtration needs to add on Implemented (Attached herewith the revised
the dosing rate of KSG over the time logsheet copy for reference)

· Ensure that the Operator is aware of KSG Plan is to shift one control PC on ground floor in
availability during filtration filtration area for better control with the
operator.
· Filtration logging sheet should be done at
the filter

· Maintenance schedule must be in place Will do during annual shutdown maintenance.To


take up with Krones.
· Necessary spare part must be available
before maintenance:- gasket , O-ring
Ensure the recirculation volume will be adjusted Beer loss calculation is done as per
before taking into loss calculation recommendation

The audit team cannot give any We are working on the issue to get the best
recommendations as this is a "local" problem – solution
and looked after by the local management
team.

It could be recommended investigating in pre- We are installing showers at in feed bottles. The
cleaning of bottles either by installing shower work is in progress.
heads before the bottlewasher – (reusing water
from the filler vacuum pump – or soaking
bottles in water before conveying to the
bottlewasher (Info from Chonlada)

It will improve after installing decaser system


undertaken in Capex 2010

· Procedure to be corrected and a new Calbration by manufacturing representative will


meter to be installed if the Orbisphere is out of be done and process to buy one more portable
function. DO meter.
Attached herewith the enquiry/quotation sent to
manufacturer.
· Oxygen is an absolute specification and
actions must be taken if oxygen level too high.

Update start up routines. Implemented (Revised SOP and latest logsheet


First samples out from filler to include TPO and attached for reference)
taste
Consider widening specifications for Polone. Data is being collated and will be decided after
getting approval from TD

Start using biocides to avoid micro growth in Thermax and Johnson Diversy are coming for
the pasteuriser. Reducing water consumptions analysis and proposal.
as pasteuriser water does not need to be
dumped frequently.

Carton maker broken and awaiting spareparts. Carton erecting machine is under maintenance
and claim amount under insurance.
Conveyor lubrication to be improved. Reviewing lubrication flow quality and quantity.
(Johnson/Diversey).
This will also give longer lifetime of conveyors
and dead plates.
Procedure to be corrected – should not be Safety interlock will be redone
possible due to safety reasons.
Label room to be rebuilt or label storage to be As an interim arrangement, exhaust fan
more to suitable room due to very high provided for cross ventilation (photograph
humidity. attached for reference).

No acid cleaning is included in the CIP Acid cleaning(2 % HNO3) will be done once a
programme. month.

Maintenance plan was demonstrated and it was One set of maintenance finished in 1st week of
informed the yearly overhaul is scheduled after Sep 10. Awaiting internal line audit report from
the peak season. KHS for further action.
It is however recommendable changing the to
be before peak season.

In general the filler looked in poor condition as


it has only been in operation for 2 years.

Dead plates to be changed.

Jetter to be soaked in acid when packaging is at


minimum.
High attention of bottlewasher maintenance is
important due to the poor quality of the
incoming bottles.

Improve production planning if possible. Discuss Clearing of this stock is under process.
shelf life of product.
Improve production planning if possible. Discuss Clearing of this stock is under process.
shelf life of product.

Repackaging in case of damaged cartons Will be done on daily basis based on the
necessary. condition of the pallet in ware house and also
before dispatching

Building maintenance difficult as ceiling is very We are in process of getting it fixed.


high.

CO2 purity to be Though the brewery is self CO2 purity check procedure reviewed and
sufficient with CO2 it is recommendable to changed. Attached testing report for reference.
investigate in starting recovery of CO2 earlier.
Normal procedure in other breweries is approx.
16 hours after start filling of fermenter.

· The auditors understood that this is Have submitted protest letter to state electricity
something the brewery just live with. Can board earlier. Also, meeting held with
something be done? Superitendent Engineer on 19th Aug 10 to
· Generator working very frequently. Some discuss the same matter. He has assured for
months with high fuel consumption affecting the improvement.
energy KPI's negatively.
· Many issues with the candle filter as this is
very sensitive to pressure drops.
Could affect ownership of equipment. It was
understood that the management at the
brewery is looking into including these
operations in the brewery again.

To be installed immediately Purchase order released for safety shower with


eye wash/water flushes.

To be included with the safety shower


installation
Drains to be covered and existing refitted. Broken during project work. Replacement work
order given.
System well described and in control. Will consider SO2 and pesticides in next review
meeting of HACCP.
Will consider SO2 and pesticides in next review
meeting of HACCP.

It could be argued if pasteurisation (causing


health damage) is a critical control point.
SO2 and malt pesticides not considered
important.

Only the latest update of the sampling plan Done. Obsolete old sampling plan copies and
from GSC must be in place. As on date updated sampling plan with
reference to COM is in place

· Sampling to take place in bottles · Amber coloured sampling bottles


implemented
· Cool sample before filtration to sediment · Implemented wef- 09.08.2010. SOP
yeast – giving faster filtration attached for reference.
· URGENTLY purchase a draught cooler for · Asked to vendors for sending Qutation.
cooling water circulation Attached the quotation copy for reference.
· Proper equipment to ensure correct result. · Equipment for testing VDK quotation
invited

· Oxygen content is an absolute · As suggested TO testing in first bottle at


specification. start up started

· Ensure that meters always are measuring Calbration by manufacturing representative


correctly. done and process to buy one more portable DO
meter.

Lab DO meter is the authentic one taken for DO


control

· In general the team understand how to Now the online lab is being shifted to 1st floor
measure oxygen and follows the plan but · and is closed room. All the parameters including
To be analysed immediately after start up sensory has been started. Attached herewith
the logsheet for reference.

Purchase standard and calibrate Hazemeter. · As per Calibration plan , calibration in


place.
Temperature to be at maintained at 0 oC. Risk · Words in progress with OEM/vendors to
of incorrect TOHA - - too low. provide Recommended Standards . Reply is
expected by 25 Aug. 2010.
As advised and demonstrated during audit, we
are now covering the bottle with ice water upto
brim or the level of beer.
· Ensuring Samples to completely covered
in the ice water as well as the desired
circulation of water in side the W. bath for 0 oC.

Carlsberg India registered as one "unit only" From 2011 brewery Alwar will be participating
Alwar will from next year reported separately individually. As on date, samples and results are
for BAPS, MICRO and Flavour Active. Could be submitted in brewery 320 code.
started immediately.
It is noted that the Alwar brewery has had a
flavour active taste course.
Include a standard reference beer in

It is recommended changing to the scoring As per latest COM CD, the format is +1 tp -3
system from 1 to 9 which is the system in use which we are using.
at Carlsberg.
Stop analysis as infection problems should have Will follow immediately the unpasteurised beer
been found before. Micro checks only done micro plating
when unpasteurised beer has been packaged.

Include a steam sterilizer in the quality budget. Gas burner for sterilization process in place.
However, initiated the process to purchase the
steam sterilizer.
To be used for identification of colonies. Implemented. Attached scan copy of log sheet
for reference.
Training in micro trouble shooting should be Training is planned in 4th QTR 2010.
part of future training plan. Time constrains
during the audit did not allow for this training.
Actionlog ALWAR : 2-5 August 2010

Date
8/5/2010

11/5/2010

Category Responsible Support Start date

Praveen Malvia Central Procurement 10-Aug-10


Team

Gopal Krishnan Central Technical

Chonlada Technical Support 30-Aug-10

Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance 30-Aug-10

Ravi Chinde/Rajsh Brew house


Patel

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde/Rajesh Patel

Anand Manufacturing
Kalwaghe/Manish
Garg
Gopal Krishnan Central Technical

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Technical 15-Sep-10


Chinde/Rajesh Patel

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house 30-Nov-10


Chinde/Rajesh Patel

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde
Central Quality
Gopal Krishnan Assurance
Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house
Chinde

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde
Central Quality
Gopal Krishnan Assurance
Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house
Chinde
Gopal Krishnan

Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house 30-Nov-10


Chinde/Rajesh Patel

Anand Manufacturing 31-Aug-10


Kalwaghe/Rajesh
Patel

Anand Manufacturing 15-Sep-10


Kalwaghe/Manish
Garg

Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house 30-Nov-10


Chinde/Rajesh Patel
Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house
Chinde

Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house 15-Sep-10


Chinde/Rajesh Patel

Quality Assurance Asheesh Quality Assurance


Agarwal/Ravi Chinde

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde

Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house 15-Sep-10


Chinde

Asheesh Agarwal
Quality Assurance Quality Assurance

Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house 15-Sep-10


Chinde/Rajesh Patel

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde

Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde
Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house
Chinde
Brew house Gopal Krishnan/Anuj Brew house
Garg/Ravindra
Chinde
Brew house Gopal Krishnan/Anuj Brew house
Garg/Ravindra
Chinde

Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde

Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde

Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house


Chinde

Brew house Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brew house 15-Sep-10


Chinde/Rajesh Patel

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance 5-Sep-10

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brewing


Chinde

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Brewing


Chinde

Anuj Garg/Ravindra Engineering 31-Dec-10


Chinde/Rajesh Patel
Anuj Garg/Ravindra
Chinde

RH/MG Technical 5-Sep-10

Anand Kalwaghe Manufacturing

RH/MG Technical

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance 5-Sep-10

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance


Central Quality Gopal Krishnan Central Quality
Assurance Assurance

Manufacturing Anand Kalwaghe Manufacturing 10-Sep-10

Manufacturing Anand Kalwaghe Manufacturing

Manufacturing Anand Kalwaghe Manufacturing 10-Sep-10

Manufacturing Anand Kalwaghe Manufacturing 5-Sep-10

Manufacturing Anand Kalwaghe Manufacturing 27-Aug-10

Central Quality Ravi Chinde/Anand Central Quality


Assurance Kalwaghe Assurance

Manufacturing Anand Kalwaghe Manufacturing 5-Sep-10

Logistic Punit Logistic


Engineer/Praveen
Malviya
Logistic Punit Logistic
Engineer/Praveen
Malviya

Logistic Punit Engineer Logistic 10-Aug-10

Manufacturing Anand Manufacturing


Kalwaghe/Manish
Garg

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Manufacturing Anand Kalwaghe Manufacturing

Manish Garg Plant Mgt

Anand Kalwaghe Manufacturing 9-Sep-10

Anand Kalwaghe Manufacturing 31-Aug-10

Shailendra Central Quality


Bharadwaj Assurance
Shailendra Central Quality
Bharadwaj Assurance

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance 5-Sep-10

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance 5-Sep-10

Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Asheesh Agarwal QA

Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance


Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Central Quality Gopal Krishnan Central Quality


Assurance Assurance

Central Quality Shailender Central Quality


Assurance Assurance
Central Quality Gopal Krishnan Central Quality
Assurance Assurance

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance Asheesh Agarwal Quality Assurance

Central Quality Gopal Krishnan Central Quality


Assurance Assurance

3
Deadline Fixed date Status

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

30-Aug-10 30-Aug-10
CLOSED

15-Oct-10
OVERDUE

30-Sep-10

OVERDUE

15-Nov-10

OPEN

15-Sep-10

OPEN

15-Sep-10
OPEN
30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

31-Mar-11

OPEN

30-Nov-10

OPEN

30-Sep-10 30-Aug-10

CLOSED

30-Sep-10 30-Aug-10

CLOSED

30-Sep-10

OVERDUE

31-Aug-10

OVERDUE
30-Sep-10

OVERDUE

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

31-Aug-10 10-Aug-10
CLOSED

30-Nov-10

OPEN

31-Aug-10

OVERDUE

15-Sep-10
OVERDUE

30-Nov-10

OPEN
31-Aug-10 30-Aug-10
CLOSED

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

NO DUE DATE

30-Sep-10

OVERDUE

31-Aug-10 30-Aug-10

CLOSED

31-Aug-10 25-Aug-10
CLOSED

15-Sep-10

OVERDUE

15-Sep-10
OVERDUE

31-Aug-10 30-Aug-10
CLOSED

30-Aug-10 30-Aug-10

30-Aug-10 30-Aug-10

15-Sep-10

CLOSED
15-Sep-10

CLOSED

15-Sep-10

OVERDUE

31-Jan-11
OPEN

30-Sep-10

OVERDUE

15-Sep-10
OVERDUE

31-Aug-10
OVERDUE

31-Jan-11

OPEN

31-Aug-10 30-Aug-10

CLOSED

30-Sep-10

OVERDUE

31-Dec-10
OPEN
31-Aug-10
OVERDUE

30-Oct-10

OVERDUE

30-Nov-10

OPEN

30-Oct-10
OVERDUE

5-Nov-10

DUE TODAY

31-Aug-10 30-Aug-10

CLOSED
30-Sep-10

OVERDUE

10-Sep-10

OVERDUE

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

10-Sep-10
OVERDUE

5-Sep-10 5-Sep-10
CLOSED

27-Aug-10 27-Aug-10
CLOSED

15-Sep-10
OVERDUE

15-Oct-10

OVERDUE

NO DUE DATE
NO DUE DATE

31-Aug-10 10-Aug-10

CLOSED

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

15-Sep-10

OVERDUE

30-Aug-10 8/10/10

CLOSED

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

9-Sep-10

OVERDUE

30-Sep-10 OVERDUE

30-Sep-10

OVERDUE
30-Sep-10

OVERDUE

30-Aug-10 10-Aug-10

CLOSED

30-Aug-10 10-Aug-10
CLOSED

30-Aug-10 30-Aug-10
CLOSED

15-Sep-10 OVERDUE

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

31-Mar-11

OPEN

31-Mar-11
OPEN

31-Mar-11

OPEN

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE
30-Aug-10 30-Aug-10

CLOSED

1-Apr-11

OPEN

NO DUE DATE

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

30-Sep-10

OVERDUE

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

30-Sep-10
OVERDUE

30-Oct-10

OVERDUE

Closed
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