India is one of the biggest countries with significant diversity. With a land area of 3,287,240 square km and a population of 1,178,732,000, India has abundant natural resources and a large labor pool to grow at a stupendous rate. Under the present Honorable Prime Minster of India Dr. Manmohan Singh¶s leadership and the manifesting of the liberalization policy, the Indian economy has picked up steam and has been registering around 7% real growth every year. The economy was not severely impacted by the global recession of 2007-2009, as tight fiscal regulations kept credit crisis at bay. The issues weighing down on the Indian economy are its unemployment rate and a rather constant poverty rate. The unemployment rate grew in 2009 to 10.7% from 10.4% in 2008 and almost 25% of the population lives under the poverty line. In order to combat this, the Indian administration is keen on encouraging privatization and improving the employment scenario. Privatization will also attract FDI that can help in structural improvements and thus trigger growth. India and the Global Economy.

1.1 -India and the Global Economy
India, an emerging economy, has witnessed unprecedented levels of economic expansion, along with countries such as China, Russia, Mexico and Brazil. India, being a cost effective and labor intensive economy, has benefited immensely from outsourcing of work from developed countries, and a strong manufacturing and export oriented industrial framework. As the economic pace is picking up, global commodity prices have staged a comeback from their lows and global trade has also seen reasonably healthy growth over the last two years.

1.1.1-Economic Prospects for 2010
The global economy seems to be recovering after the recent economic shock. The Indian economy, however, was hit in the latter part of the global recession and the real economic growth has witnessed a sharp fall, followed by lower exports, lower capital outflow and corporate restructuring. The global economies are expected to continue to sustain themselves in the short-term, as the effect of stimulus programs is yet to bear fruit and tax cuts are working their way through the system in 2010. Due to the strong position of liquidity in the market, large corporations now have access to capital in the corporate credit markets.
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India¶s Economic Outlook Projection

2007 GDP Growth 9.40%



2010 7.20%

7.30% 5.40%

1.2-The Right Place For FDI:
Be it Foreign Institutional Investors (FII) or Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), ever since India opened up its economy to the world, a plethora of investors have come up, in a bid to tap the huge potential of the market. FDI has been flowing in at an exponential growth rate and FII has been around $10 billion from April-September 2009-2010. These investments have come from the primary market. The amount increased from $7.08 billion in 2006, according to the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

1.3 - India Economic Development:
Economic development in India still depends on the various sectors that constitute the Indian economy ± agriculture, services and manufacturing industries. India is rated as one of the top economies in the world in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP) of the gross domestic product (GDP) by leading financial entities of the world, such as the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and the CIA (as referenced in the CIA World Fact book). As far as agriculture is concerned, India is the second largest in volume of output. Certain related sectors of agriculture have played a major role in the development of the Indian economy by providing employment to a number of people in the forestry, fishing and logging industries. In 2009, the agricultural sector contributed 17.5% to the entire GDP, and more than 50% of the total labor force working in India is employed in the agricultural sector. Production volume has gone up in Indian agriculture at a consistent rate since the 1950s. Much of this improvement can be attributed to the five-year plans that were established for the development of Indian agriculture. Developments in irrigation processes, as well as various modern technologies used have contributed to the overall advancement of agricultural processes.
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Substantial amounts of research and development have been carried out in the agricultural space in India by organizations such as the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, the Indian Agricultural Research Statistics Institute and the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. In the industrial arena, India is 14th in terms of volume of factory output. Various developmental initiatives are also being carried out in the areas of gas, mining, electricity and quarrying. All these sectors contribute significantly to the GDP, and provide jobs to India¶s citizens. India is regarded as the 15th best economy in terms of production in the services sector. A sizeable amount of the Indian workforce is also employed by the service sector. In the ten-year period between 1990 and 2000, the rate of growth has been 7.5%, up from 4.5% during the 30-year period from 1951 to 1980.

1.3.1-Problems of Indian economy:
However, as of financial year 2008, situation of Indian economy is far from being rosy. A number of economic crises have besieged Indian economy of late. Rates of inflation have been high. Reserve Bank of India, which is apex economic body of India, has been trying its best to limit rate of inflation to 4 percent but by middle phase of financial year 2008, rate of inflation had reached 11 percent. This has been highest in last decade and one year. There have been other problems like increase in expenses of important commodities like food and oil. India is facing a boom in construction industry, but there are not enough resources. Problems like these are only adding to India's woes. India has also been hit hard by ongoing global recession and it is being assumed that it would take a bit of time for Indian economy to come out of it.

1.4-India's Trade, Exports and Imports:
Having been an agro-based economy, Indian trade has always been devoid of manufactured or industrial goods. Post liberalization, imports dominated the Indian trade scene in the form of heavy machinery and information technology products and, thus, created an imbalance of trade.

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India Trade: Exports
Indian trade was impacted by the global recession of 2007-2009. Indian exports fell from $200.9 billion in 2008 to $165 billion in 2009. India ranked 22 nd in the world in terms of export volume.

India Trade: Imports
The Indian economy is headed towards becoming a developed economy and all its sectors are in need of machinery and energy. Therefore, Indian imports are dominated by crude oil and machines. In 2009, total imports amounted to $253.9 billion, down from the 2008 figure of $322.3 billion. India ranked fifteenth in the world in terms of import volume. However, for India to grow into a superpower, major infrastructural changes, along with socialistic programs that address issues such as poverty and unemployment, need to be implemented. The the export and import policy of the country has paved the way for importing and exporting of need item within and outside the country. And the direct beneficiaries are the logistic where they play as a middle men role and a liaison role in transports, without which the survival of the foreign exchange would be in trouble. Since the entire world is hunting for petroleum products, in future the logistics of any country would be in great trouble unless and until we enter in to the alternate source of energy.

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Logistics (according to CLM) is the process of planning, implementing and controlling the efficient, cost-effective flow and storage of raw materials, in- process inventory, finished goods and related information from point of origin to point of consumption for the purpose of conforming to customer requirements . Term "logistics" originates from the ancient Greek "logos" ratio, word, calculation, reason, and speech, oration Logistics is considered to have originated in the military's need to supply themselves with arms, ammunition and rations as they moved from their base to a forward position. Logistics is defined as a business planning framework for the management of material, service, information and capital flows. Logistics systems have received considerable attention in the last 10 years as they constitute one of the cornerstones in the design and control of production systems and the modeling of supply chains. the main service provided is the movement of goods. The forwarders experience will enable the provision of advice on the best routing (cheapest, quickest, safest), the best mode of transport (air, sea, road, rail), customers requirements, packing, insurance, security issues, and the myriad of regulations that apply in both the country of destination and the country of origin. The mission of logistics is to get the right goods or services to the right place, at the right time, and in the desired condition and quantity in relation to customers order Main logistics activities and decisions: 

cooperate with marketing to set customer service levels, facility location decisions transportation activities (eg. transportation mode selection, vehicle scheduling, carrier routing), 


inventory management (inventory short -term forecasting, planning and control, cooperate with production to calculate EOQ, sequence and time production), information collection and flows and order processing, warehousing and materials handling, Packaging and packing.
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1-Logistics Management: Logistics management is that part of the supply chain which plans. Inventory management involved decisions concerning: Buffer stock. Yet time delays are not acceptable. whereas a WCS acts like a floor supervisor. A professional working in the field of logistics management is called a logistician. containment. Implements and controls the efficient. effective forward and reverse flow and storage of goods. the differences between Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) and Warehouse Control Systems (WCS) can be significant.1. working in real time to get the job done by the most effective means. customer requirements. the WMS plans a weekly activity forecast. how well everyone in the global supply chain works together.1. and management are important for corporate profitability. trends. 2. Lead time. 2. This is required by your customers and.1. To put it simply. your company's position in the industry.4Warehouse Management and Control System: There is some functionality overlap. by your company. competitiveness and value-added. A logistician is a professional logistics practitioner. the give and take develops into our operating costs and budgets. in turn. services and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet customer & legal requirements. Time/service is a factor of competition. Cost control.1-Time/service: Hours may decide customer service.1. As we define our service against our costs or costs against service.2-Cost: Cost is the key measure by which logistics effectiveness is often measured. 2.2. based on such factors as statistics. Page | 6 . Logistics cost measurement is a shortcoming in the present accounting systems.3-Inventory management: Inventory requires to be maintained to take care of needs between the time of demand and time of supply. For effective logistics. Replenishment of stocks. and how well everyone works together in your company. Cost has a relation to service. Logistics must make work effectively. your corporate culture. there are four key issues- 2. and so forth. Distance means time.

Making finished goods available to the customers in the market. Providing competitive edge in commodities market. 2.2.2. this would be an example of third party logistics.2. warehousing and distribution of F/G. According to this definition. The purpose of production logistics is to ensure that each machine and workstation is being fed with the right product in the right quantity and quality at the right point in time. Facilitation of relevant manufacturing and marketing. Procuring.2. such as:  configuration of product and network. moving and storing of agricultural products.Event Logistics:The net work of activities.2. reliability and efficiency.2-Subdivisions of logistics management 2.1-Business Logistics: Procuring.4-Military Logistics: Design and integration of all aspects of support for the operational capability of the military forces [deployed or in garrison] and their equipment to ensure Readiness. 2.2. which covers the decisions concerning the main rules of cooperation.5-Third -party Logistics: Third-party logistics involves the Utilization of external organizations to execute logistics activities that have traditionally been performed within an organization itself. 2. facilities and personnel required to organize.3-Service Logistics:The acquisition. 2.A company with its own transport facilities decides to employ external warehouse specialist.7-Based on the product ± Distinguished four key decisions and activities areas in the integrated supply chains.2. scheduling and management\ of the facilities/assets.6-Production Logistics: The term is used for describing logistic processes within an industry.2. moving and storing of R/M and transporting. Example: . 2.2. schedule and deploy the resources for an event to take place and to efficiently withdraw after the event. Page | 7 . personnel and materials to support and sustain a service operation 2. third party logistics includes any form of outsourcing of logistics activities previously performed in-house.

 formation of the production network. predicting bankrupt and assessing market risk. forecasting bond rating. judging credit worthiness. delivering customer goods to wholesalers or selling small quantities of this goods to the final customers. process optimization in order to reduce cycle times and inventory level in the cost effective way.  trading under well known brand name of large distribution networks (franchising).materials. parts or modules for the final goods producers. manufacturing goods and providing other services for market niches which are considered as not enough profitable for big companies (also as a subcontractor).3Need of the study : The basic need of the study of industry prospective.   product design with involvement the research and development abilities of suppliers. The Financial statement provides a summary of accounts of a business enterprise and to understand the financial performance and condition of a corporation its stockholder and the application of fund statements.   delivering raw . Page | 8 . mainly the choice of production facility and warehousing locations as well as their capabilities. III.   providing transportation and forwarding services. to have a complete idea about the Logistics organization and financial statements analysis is depict the financial position of a firm through following ways. A proper analysis and interpretation of these statements enables a person to judge the profitability and financial aspects of the business. The traditional role and place of small firms within integrated supply chains was mostly limited. I. II. The Financial statement are helpful in assessing corporate expenses. 2.

It involves combining diverse functions and service providers who may be culturally and `objectively different. responsiveness to the customers' needs is the determining factor. In due course. The difference between e-business success and failure lies in a company's ability to manage the logistics. An enterprise that caters instantly to the needs of the customer is the winner. It is a vital part of the business economic system and is a major global economic activity. Logistics is one of the oldest and also the newest activities of business management. Effective logistics management alone can make this possible. wholesaler or distributor .the vendor. logistics constitutes about $2 trillion a year. quality and low cost became the winning combination.INDUSTRY PROFILE What is LOGISTICS? Logistics is about moving materials.delivering the right product in the right quantity and the right condition. Logistics management aims to reduce inventory-holding costs and improve Profits. Integrated logistics can serve as a potent tool for success in today's competitive business environment. but receiving a tangible product is impossible. In fact 10-15 per cent of product costs are logistics related. quality of products and services was the key differentiating factor for companies operating in the same market. at the right time. Worldwide. while enhancing customer satisfaction.through internal processing functions like warehousing and transportation. the logistics cost is estimated between 9 and 20 per cent of its GDP. For any country. Every company dreams of achieving the seven R's . at the right place. until the merchandise is sold and delivered to the end customer. In the past. Page | 9 . information and funds from one business to another or from a business to the consumer. Today. for the right customer at the right cost. Anything can be ordered online. Logistics is an organized process of managing the flow of m erchandise from the source of supply .

The major cost components are transportation. Improvements in logistics get reflected in a reduction in inventory levels.1-History of Logistics: The Greeks defined logistics as "the science of correct reasoning by means of mathematics". right place. shorter delivery schedules. right quantity and at the lowest cost. managements started focusing on customer services in the early 1950s in developed markets such as Europe and the U. Good logistics brings out the ability to move faster and accurately to the battlefront. With increasing competition in the market place.2. it is one's ability to reach the product to the consumer at the right time. warehousing and inventory carrying cost.35 per cent of sales on logistics.´ On similar lines. to manage the supply chain as a single entity. Today all businesses are looking for seamless transaction systems to co-ordinate their information and material requirements along the value chain. supply chain management will mean the network of organizations involved in the process by which goods are moved from producer to consumer and the counter flow of information. The emergence of organized distribution system by department stores and super fast courier service organizations gave a boost to logistics concepts and strategies. At the micro level any manufacturing and marketing company spends 5 . ³If one applies the same to the business organization. ` A prominent application of logistics was in World War II where weapon movements were coordinated to ensure success.S. A recent instance of massive logistics initiatives is in the Gulf war. Following the oil crisis of the 1970s and the concept of just in time in manufacturing customer-servicing standards were given more importance and new integrated logistics models and solutions were born. Page | 10 . The first modern use of the term was in the military to identify the process of planning and coordinating the movement of army and weapon support systems. and improved servicing standards with significant savings in total costs. In late 1960s some of the logistics concepts were tested.

Inbound transportation.3 -Scenario of Logistics in India : At present. warehousing. The various processes and elements that are part of logistics as a discipline are: Inbound logistics: Purchasing. clearing and forwarding. improve productivity levels and bring down operating costs.2-Logistics Management Process : Michael Porter in his famous book "Competitive Advantage'' has spoken of the value chain approach and emphasized logistics as one of the most important tools for competitive advantage. fast cycle time has become the key factor for business success. Besides the savings on downstream users of transport will be much higher and the cost multiplier effect on the economy will be reduced to that extent. companies specializing in logistics operations in India use traditional technologies and cater to stand alone services like transportation. a look at the current business scene will be great help. In recognition of the growing need for technology-enabled solutions in logistics in India and abroad. integrate the entire supply chain. there is a requirement for an integrated strategy towards developing logistics and its related IT infrastructure and also enhancing its industry base. many companies such as e-Logistics are taking shape. Inventory Management. There is tremendous scope to upgrade the technology.2. Machine scheduling system. In addition. Any technology that can improve productivity in transportation operations will be a great boom to the economy both directly and indirectly with opportunities for 10-12 per cent reduction in costs. Outbound logistics: Order booking process. Before delving deep into logistics. Page | 11 . there are a dozen multinational logistics companies such as Exel. Distribution management. Bax Global and Menlo which have started operations in India during the last few years. In fact. outbound Transportation and Warehouse management systems. 2. Manufacturing: Production planning systems. Given the emerging business and technological trends there are possibilities for adoption of innovative logistics solutions specifically designed for India. whether it is custom made tailoring service in Hong Kong or development of a new car in Detroit. As customers started demanding improved servicing standards.

8 Billion or Rs.5. A reduction in logistics costs by one percentage point will mean a saving of $4. Besides significant benefits can be reaped through the multiplier effect of better Logistics on all economic sectors. introduction of (VAT & proposed introduction of GST)  Robust trade growth and liberalization.4-Government action to logistics industry in India:      Introducing policy measures to represent to the railways to endow a favored preferential treatment to cement on par with coal and petroleum products Promoting cement specific inland waterways and encouraging development of inland ports and handling facilities dedicated to cement Identifying major / minor ports that would be able to support the requirements of cement exports from major clusters Removing the restrictions on constructing port based cement handling facilities Proactively pursuing common service providers (experts) for logistics handling.Logistics Industry-Primary Growth Drivers: Growth Drivers:  Investment in infrastructure sector amounting to US$ 500 bn.S.Today logistics management in India has become complex with about ten million Related outlets to cater to the needs of 1000 million people. but lower when compared to countries like China and Korea.000 crores and constitutes 13 per cent of the GDP. 260. Page | 12 . The logistics market in India is estimated to be line with 2. across multi-modal transport facilities of road. water and rail Automotive Industry .  Globalization of manufacturing system resulting in manufacturers concentrating on core competencies and availing cost saving potential of outsourcing.  Streamlining of the indirect tax structure i.600 crores annually. It is much higher than for the U.e. 2. 21.

 Expected to increase need for integrated logistics solutions. handling and warehousing . DHL 4. DTDC 10.6-INDIAN TOP 10 LOGISTICS COMPANIES 1. manufacturers need to maintain and increases demand for logistics service providers.  Reduces the no. TNT 2. of warehouses. 2. GATI 6.  Increased demand for transportation. AFL 3. BLUE DART 5. AGGRAWAL PACKERS AND MOVERS 9. SAFEXPRESS 7.Benefits:  Increased efficiency and productivity resulting in reduced transit times. ASHOK LEYLAND 8. FIRST FLIGHT Page | 13 .

there obviously has to be a compelling reason to change providers. headquartered in India¶s silicon city. Competitive Advantage In today¶s economy.000 sq. Bangalore Leading 3rd party Logistics Firm IN excess of INR 250 core Approximately 300 Over 200. ARUN SELVAN LOGISTICS provides best-in-class outsourced product fulfillment. scalable and offer visibility throughout the supply chain. Selvan two Brothers Key Stats: Founded Nature of Service Turn over Workforce Infrastructure Presence 2005. Founder of the company Mr. transportation and warehousing services for the electronics industry. ASL operates with honesty and integrity. 3. manufacturers and consumer goods industry. this allows our clients to focus on their core competency of marketing and selling and allows ASL to focus on our core competencies of distribution and fulfillment. First and foremost a professional services firm. shipping to retail. A privately owned company. Bangalore. Arun & Mr. ASL provides supply chain management solutions that are flexible.1-About ARUN SELVAN LOGISTICS: ARUN SELVAN LOGISTICS is a third party logistics company providing comprehensive supply chain management solutions with a national network. ASL provides exceptional 3PL services at a competitive cost.COMPANY PROFILE A rapidly growing third-party logistics (3PL) firm. and the company offers that reason with their core competencies and proven capabilities. ft of Warehouse space 25 Branches in India Page | 14 . The company can effectively transition clients to ARUN SELVAN LOGISTICS without disruption in their business. Competitive advantage is simply that the company executes the basics better and offers a complete turnkey solution using a best industry practices at a competitive cost.

2-Clients: ASL¶s focus is on improving the service level that company¶s clients are able to deliver to their customers.. 3. Company takes cost out of the pipeline by managing the flow of products and information with a chain-wide view. Company¶s mission to exceed their customers¶ expectations will lead them to profitable growth. Page | 15 . AND MANY MORE«««.BRANCHES EAST Patna Bhubaneswar Gunahati Kolkata Ranchi WEST Ahmadabad Mumbai Baroda Pune I ndore NORTH Ludhiana New Delhi Ambala Jaipur Noida SOUTH Bangalore(4) Chennai Pondicherry Cochin Hyderabad etc«.

At every opportunity. at the right time.3. 3. at the right price. in right condition. We invest our resources in information systems and training of our personnel. we strive to simplify and take complexity out of the system. Page | 16 . 3. long term relationship and also continual improvement of the Quality Management System. Our customized solutions are very straightforward. 100 crore by 2011 Mission To be the most valuable link in our client¶s supply chain through positioning the right products.3-Basic philosophy: ASL basic philosophy is that the distribution business is a simple business.5-Quality Consciousness : ASL Quality Policy We are committed to provide excellent integrated logistics service to customers duly meeting their quality and Delivery requirements with emphasis on total customer satisfaction.4-Vision & Mission Vision Be the trusted partner to provide world class logistics and supply chain management services to our customers and reach a market share of Rs. at the right place. Both of these investments allow our people to perform to their maximum capabilities.

Internationalisation of business.9-PROMOTION STRATEGY OF ASL: 1) Promotional tactics like advertisement and other promotional campaigning. iv. awareness and improvement in the work environment. Integrity Trust Caring for people Commitment to excellence 3. b. iii.8-CORE VALUES: i. Leadership in niche market and customer oriented marketing. other resources. but for the brand building they follow Proper logos of ASL. Page | 17 . Foster safety and health awareness among its employees through preventable measures.3. iv. Sustained growth-optimising production potential in least possible time. iii. 3) For promotion company launches a new service which it campus to home by them they target IIM students and build a strong brand name among them. 3. Cost competitiveness with international bench-marking. ii. 3. continuous development.7-SAFETY AND HEALTH POLICY We are committed to: a. Adhere legislation and government regulations related to safety and health in corporate activity.6-STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES i. ii. 2) For Promotion Company launches a new services follow proper usage of ASL logos on every vehicles.



Accounts: ACCOUNTS SECTION POD MAINTANENCE MONEY RECEIPT BILLING 3. The development companies to increase or decrease the registered capital program. monitoring. y In accordance with relevant state laws and regulations and the company accounting system.12. true. evaluation and coordination of the work of the various branches of the warehousing distribution in order to meet the needs of the local market sales.1-OPERA y y ONA DEPAR MENT Responsi ilit to focus on storage planning and management. Overall guidance. Is responsible for timely and correctly handle the warehousing of emergency. final accounts audit program. ³monthly inventory counts. ensure that the company all economic activity in accordance with national laws and regulations and the company operating Page | 20 .´ and ³slow-moving machine weekly report´ and other relevant statements of inventory of goods between the various warehouses allocation procedures and the handling of related documents. y The Governor¶s various economic activities.2-ACCOUNTS: y y To develop the company¶s annual financial budget. y y y Position is responsible for overall management of the total work. accurate and timely reflect the company¶s business conditions.12-FUNCTIONAL OF DEPART ENTS: 3.12. Warehouse propert insurance company of all the work and is responsi le for the timely processing of claims related to post Chuxian work. y At any time of verification and control inventory throughout the warehouse is responsi le for verification of ³inventory daily report . 3.

For straightforward storage or other regular warehousing requirements we offer shared facilities. Outbound Logistics Once produced. In order to reduce inventory levels.13. rail or road. y To fulfill the company¶s financial management responsibilities and carry out sound financial budget. We can also design and implement customized storage facilities with additional features. the effective use of resources the company increase the company¶s cost-effectiveness. We oversee the transportation arrangement and manage the entire process directly. the automotive industry. which will lead to lower cost for our customers. the right quantity. we manage and operate warehouses on behalf of our customers with a combined space of more than 2 lakh square ft. electronic industry. 3. ASL is an expert in providing inbound logistics to.1-Logistics : 1. Inbound Logistic: Manufacturing and assembly plants need to get parts and raw materials in the right sequence. ARUN SELVAN LOGISTICS puts its extensive experience in warehousing and distribution of finished goods at the disposal of clients countrywide.13 -SERVICES: 3. goods need to be delivered to customers in a cost-effective way that still meets expectations regarding service and availability. 2. Throughout the network. service extends beyond transportation and warehousing and includes: Page | 21 . y Head office logistics costs of the approved and audit work. manufacturers need to streamline their supply chains and increase their visibility. the right quality and at the right time. for example. In most of these warehouses ASL stores finished products and spare parts. This can include transport by air. control. including: y y Dedicated warehousing Multi-user warehousing We can organize and manage all inbound and outbound transportation among suppliers and warehouses or production facilities.under the premise of the financial system and ensure the security integrity of the company¶s assets. analysis and evaluation work .

3. By doing this. we plan fixed routes with various loading/unloading points. As a Lead Logistics Provider. time is saved and production-line efficiency is improved. This ensures optimal use of vehicle capacity and lower transportation costs. we act as a seamless intermediary between our customer and the subcontracted providers. Milk runs we optimize transportation flows. Page | 22 . 4. with the goal of minimizing production and installation time. We integrate the kitting process into our warehouse operations so that the process becomes a seamless part of the inbound supply chain. The Lead Logistics Provider (LLP) concept is based on the total management of the supply chain. Our customer benefits from having just one logistics operator that oversees the entire supply chain. we arrange for items destined for a production line to be picked (and packed) in a specific sequence. called milk runs. sometimes by using carefully selected logistics partners or transport companies. combining the required orders from different customers at the same time. packaging and delivery of unassembled parts prior to the assembly line. ASL will focus on managing the information technology and information flows. thus acting as a single point of contact for our customer. Sequencing Through our sequencing services. Kitting We manage the selection. by performing multiple collection or delivery routes for customers in the same industry. we provide a wide range of logistics services to the entire supply chain. 5. Lead Logistics Provider: After redesigning and optimizing a customer's supply chain. Customers benefit from more frequent deliveries at a lower cost. Instead of arranging for transport from location A to location B and back. As LLP. Vendor Inventory Management (VIM) We manage the inventory of several vendors in one warehouse. related to one or several plants. 6.

the benefits you'll receive from our distribution services are simple: greater stock turns.13. or bulk storage configurations and ensures one hundred percent inventory accuracy. inventory control. integrated suite of supply chain technologies that enables us to manage complex supply chains. precise data management and full visibility The best part is.3.Technology At A S Logistics we focus on refining and perfecting our customers' logistics business process and on delivering supporting technology solutions. warehouse layouts can be customized to meet your specialized order fulfillment and storage requirements At ASL.3. increased product availability. less inventory. Page | 23 . We have developed a range of supply chain management.Warehouse ASL's warehousing and distribution services are an excellent complement to your transportation requirements. 3. you will minimize order cycle times and maximize throughput. bin. ASL works to design a warehouse strategy with each client to optimize the over all supply chain efficiency Our WMS System allows you to locate & store products in rack.13. More importantly. improved reporting. Goods will move through your supply chain at a high velocity.2. AS Logistics¶¶ OASIS (Online-Accurate-Supply chain-Information-System) is a centrally hosted. reduced order times and more profitability. transportation and warehousing software that optimizes materialand information flows. while reducing capital investment and inventory carrying costs Warehousing and Distribution services include: y y y y y y y Shipment Consolidation/De-Consolidation Strategic Warehousing Pick N Pack Cross Docking FIFO/LIFO Bin management Reverse Logistics Every customer has unique needs based upon their market requirements and manufacturing constraints.

3. ASL provides many great opportunities for career growth. The increased optimization of the distribution network leads to improved customer service and enhanced cost savings. warehousing activities and back office functions.4. Oasis is a suite of applications that allows the activities of the supply chain to be analyzed. ASL is family owned and operated. functionality and flexibility. outbound logistics and reverse logistics across multiple industry verticals. and creates significant supply chain efficiencies The financial settlement module can manage the commercial billing of each movement and associated ledger posting.13. and rapidly growing nationwide with a vision of 100 crores by 2011. order and shipment status. optimization. The data warehouse stores all transportation data. character. By integrating all the processes in the supply chain. Employment Opportunities in ASL include: y y Accounting/Finance Logistics Page | 24 .Careers Employment Opportunities at ARUN SELVAN LOGISTICS With over 12 crores in annual revenues. No matter how complex the customer's technology resources are. It integrates transportation. inventory management. financial settlement. OASIS automatically shares operating data among processes such as strategic planning. individual initiative and a commitment to teamwork. executed and monitored. A comprehensive integration environment can manage data exchange with external systems and provide web access. Oasis can be integrated to optimize costs. each customer is given real-time visibility of inventory. Company culture is rooted in strong values of integrity.OASIS connects with the partners and supports inbound just-in-time logistics. order fulfillment. replanned.

Page | 25 .y y y y y y y y y y Administrative Warehouse Operations Management Information Technology Sales Drivers Clerical Maintenance Human Resources .

Madura Garments.14-SWOT ANALYSIS: Strength:    Distribution channel of ASL Working 6 days a week Next day delivery services for nearby location Opportunity:     Rise in demand for courier services Global business diversification Rise in manufacturing sector Development in niche market Weakness:    Less use of technology Man power Less of brand awareness among the people. TATA Motors. HILTI.15-Market Analysis : 3. 3. On the basis of Income: Company make segment on the basis of Income of organization and Size and capacity of business given to company. High income customers and SAMKRG. HONDA Motors .15. Page | 26 e. Threat:   Competitors (big brand companies and Unorganized sectors) Risk in operational cost.1-Market segmentation: 1.g.

confederations.g. which guide the logistics industry is reckoned to strengthen further. Low income customers. Credit Basis 2. Bangalore and Hyderabad Tier 2 Cities. Retail Basis 1. 1. It follows two kind of price segment for customer according to extent of business given to them. Jalandhar. 3.15. Fuel surcharges Page | 27 .g.Middle income customers. Udaipur Tier 3 Cities. united color of. Landmark Publication and students. The price depends upon following charges 1. legislation and globalization. Importance of Credit Bases: 1. The factors integration. Karnal. There is no fix charges for the services company decide price on the basis of monthly billing the price is totally negotiation based and payment form the companies is received at the end of the month from the companies means it is totally credit based. 3 . RETAIL BASIS: The retail basis is the price for the customer who is not very heavy user of the services. Mumbai. Market Trend: Logistics industry trends indicate that in the years to come the following factors. Lucknow.e. CREDIT BASIS: This service is for the organization who give huge amount of business to company and who are the long term and regular customer. Rs 200 fixed charge per safe box 2. Tier1 Cities NCR resign. technology. Penguin Publication. Cipla and Landmark.Jaipur. Rajgir.Varanasi. Kolkata. Pune. Kanpur. 2. Reduce the cost for the company 2.e. Helps in building relationship with company 2. TnG Garments.2-PRICING STRATEGY: ASL follows a unique pricing Strategy for its customer. On the basis of geographical:Company divides its market on the basis of size and location of the cities.

3. For ASL   Threat is from various cargo companies which may enter in logistics business Threat is also from entry of other international players like UPS 3. Rivalry among competitors: Rivalry among competitors is often the strongest of the five competitive forces. By Weight 2. By Volume By Weight Technique is used for heavy Weight Goods Such as Machine Engine.2.16. Bargaining power of Buyers:The power of buyers describe the effect that your customers have on the profitability of your business the transaction between the seller and buyers create value for both parties For ASL Page | 28 .1. FTL charge 4. parts of machine etc.3. For ASL competition is from    Unorganized transporters International players like DHL Domestic company GATI 3. but the success may inspire others to enter the business and challenge your position. By Air The rate is calculated on the basis of 1. Threat from New entrants: Company may have the market cornered with the product. By Train 3. Insurance charge The freight of the goods depends upon on the medium by which they are carried 1. shirts. By Volume technique is used for light weight products such as T-shirt. medicines and FMCG products. By Road 2. 3.16.16-MICHALE PORTERS FIVE PRINCIPLES APPLYING IN ASL: 3.16.

raw material and service. The cost your inputs have a significant effect on your company¶s profitability For ASL The bargaining power of suppliers depends on the Price of fuel Government polices Taxes Cost of land Increase in rents 3.4.Bargaining power of suppliers:Any business requires inputs-labors. parts.y The bargaining power of buyers is medium because of sufficient number of logistics companies 3.16. Page | 29 . customer can switch from your product.16. For ASL Substitute may be the transporters who give services at cheaper rate. Threats of substitutes: Products or services from one business can be replaced by products or services from another if you produce a commodity product that is undifferentiated.5.

for what customers? Finally. In many other situations the customer is different facility of the same firm or a business partner at some other location in the supply chain. The key question is who is the customer? For logistics. Value.´ This definition illustrates the trend to think of customer service as a process-focused orientation that includes supply chain management concepts. it is possible to offer key customers something more than high-levels basic service. In some cases the customer is a different organization or individual who is taking ownership of the product or service being delivered. a customer service program must identify and prioritize all activities important to accomplish operating objectives.1.added services. are unique to specific customers and represent extensions over and above a firm¶s basic service program. the customer being serviced is the focal point and driving force in establishing logistical performance Page | 30 . The critical question in planning a customer service strategy remains. if so. About Logistics & Customer Service Logistics contributes to an organization¶s success by providing customers with timely and accurate product delivery. by definition.added. does the cost associated with achieving the specified service goals represent a sound investment and. the customer is any delivery destination. Performance. Regardless of the motivation and delivery purpose. Typical destination range from consumers¶ homes to retail and wholesale businesses to the receiving docks of a firm¶s manufacturing plants and warehouses.Customer Service : ³Customer services are a process for providing significant value-added benefits to the supply chain in cost-effective way. Thus. Performance needs to be measured in terms of goal attainment and relevancy.KEY PARAMETERS FOR PROFITABILITY 4. y The three fundamental dimensions of customer service were: - Availability. A customer service program also needs to incorporate measures for evaluating performance. It is clear that excellent customer service performance seems to add value for all members of the supply chain. Extra service beyond the basics is typically referred to as value. Reliability.

The product life cycle structure offers a useful framework for viewing the dynamics associated with customer service requirements planning. it is fundamental to servicing customers. the basic customer service platform or program should be the level of support provided to all customers.2. Value Proposition: 4. To plan marketing strategy in a dynamic will serve to illustrate how logistical customer service requirement related to a specific product/segmen t situation will change over time. Whereas logistics is not capability that contributes to overall success. In a typical marketing situation. Page | 31 it Support . It is important to fully understand customer service deliverables when establishing logistical strategies.Int nal A Benefits: ‡ Enhanced Quality and customer satisfaction by aligning cross functional process performance ‡ Recommendations based leading industry practices.Operations efficiencies 4.2.1.requirements. In terms of overall logistical performance. the desired customer service performance changes over time.

2.2. Streamlining and standardi ation of process.4.Poli i Benefits: ‡ & Procedures Policies & Procedures Framework aimed at establishing accountability of your business processes. Page | 32 . ‡ ‡ Common understanding of role & responsibilities across functions & locations.

3.Cost Reduction & Performance Improvement: A suite of industry-specific Services that Provide Process Improvement and operational Performance recommendations.2.4.4.Fraud Investi ation: Benefits: Proactive Fraud Risk assessments to assist in identifying mitigating controls for potential areas of leakage. Page | 33 .2. Our overall approach: 4.

2.4.Application control Review: Benefits: ‡ Assess the adequacy and effectiveness of business controls implemented with in the application.5. Page | 34 .

the term µfinancial statement¶ generally refers to the two statements: 1. as in the case of a balance sheet. The position statement or the balance sheet . These two statements are used to convey to management and other interested outsiders the profitability and financial position of a firm. or may reveal a series of activities over a given period of time as in the case of an income statement. Financial statement analysis is the process of examining relationships among financial statement elements and making comparisons with relevant information. such as bonds. bonds. who frequently specialize in following certain industries. and other financial instruments.and 2. Investors who buy stock are primarily interested in a company's profitability and their prospects for earning a return on their investment by receiving dividends and/or increasing the market value of their stock holdings. are more interested in liquidity and solvency: the company's short-and long-run ability to pay its debts. It may show a position at a moment in time. Its purpose is to convey an understanding of some financial aspects of a business firm. The goal in analyzing financial statements is to assess past performance and current financial position and to make predictions about the future performance of a company. profit and loss account and other operative data. Financial analysts.1.MEANING OF FINANCIAL STATEMENT: A FINANCIAL STATEMENT is a collection of data organized according to logical and consistent accounting procedures.5. Financial statement analysis: The term financial statement analysis also known as analysis and interpretation of financial statements. It refers to the process of determining financial strength and weakness of the firm by establishing strategic relationship between the items of a balance sheet. It is a valuable tool used by investors and creditors. and others in their decision-making processes related to stocks. Creditors and investors who buy debt securities. Financial statements are the outcome of summarizing process of accounting. The income statement or profit and loss account. routinely assess Page | 35 . financial analysts. Thus.

Solvency. iquidity. They are the major means employed by firms to present their financial position. Page | 36 . solvency ratios and profitability ratios. To assess the financial performance by selecting few parameters such as liquidity ratios. The primary objective of financial statement analysis is to assist in decision making. Profitability.the profitability.Objecti es of Financial Statement Anal sis: Financial statements are the sources of information on the basis of which conclusions are drawn about the profitability and financial position of a concern. and solvency of companies in order to make recommendations about the purchase or sale of securities. 5. liquidity. b. The following are the objectives of the study: .2. causes. To study the financial position by taking three measures at a time. 3. c. namely: a. To provide other needed information about changes in economical resourcs and e To suggest ways to make the best use of available resources and increase profitability. such as stocks and bonds. 2. 4.

to the extent possible. 5.Types of Financial Statement Analysis: Types f F nancial Statement Analysis H iz ntal Analysis Ve tical Analysis Rati Analysis 1. To disclose. Ratio Analysis: Ratio analysis enables the analyst to compare items on a single financial statement or to examine the relationships between items on two financial statements. Since ratios adjust for size. other information related to the financial statements that is relevant to the needs of the users of these statements. To provide financial information that assists in estimating the earning potential of business. using this analytical tool facilitates intercompany as well as intercompany comparisons Page | 37 .5. After calculating ratios for each year's financial data. the analyst calculates each item on a single financial statement as a percentage of a total. The term vertical analysis applies because each year's figures are listed vertically on a financial statement.3. Vertical Analysis: When using vertical analysis.. 2. 6. Horizontal Analysis: When an analyst compares financial information for two or more years for a single company. the process is referred to as horizontal analysis. we can then examine trends for the company across years. 3.

As per the above chart it is found that in the year 2008 the current -09 ratio is higher as compare to previous year. So over all the company liquidity position is fare enough to meet the debt. ¡   2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-20 0 Page | 38 . ow current ratio represents that the liquidity position of the firm is not good and the firm shall not be able to pay its current liabilities in time without facing difficulties. Because in 2008 current liabilities is lesser -09 Then the current asset. and it is Satisfactory.1.88 2. because the current asset is less than the CL. but in the year 09-10 again the Current ratio declining .96 2. The general rule of thumb expresses that current ratio should be 2: . Current Ratio Current Ratio = Current asset / Current Liabilities Year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Current asset 49417786 48733234 47669020 Current liab 26243913 16453055 17541591 Current ratio 1.71 Current ratio 4 3 2 Current ratio 0 Interpretation A high current ratio is an indication that the firm is liquid and has the ability to pay its current obligations in time as and when they become due.

2) Current asset turnover ratio = Total turnover / Current asset Year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Turnover 172648068 155129663 155785948 Current asset 49417786 48733234 47669020 CATR 3.5 3.3 3. Page | 39 . though.So it is a better indicating where the company can utili ing its asset in better way . So.18% but againit grows to 3. it s not always bad when a ratio falls . as the additional assets start to generate more sales and profit in the coming months.There is a fluctuation in terms of turnover and its asset base.2 3. Here the above chat showing that in the year 0809 the percentage of CATR is lower as compared to previous year i. so mathematically this can often mean that the ratio is very likely to be high. However. the very high net asset turnover ratio values came when the turnover and as set values were low.1 3 ¢ ¢ ¥¢¢ ¥¢¢ ¤¢¢ ¤¢¢ £¢¢ CATR 2 -2 2 -2 2 -2 1 Interpretation The asset turnover ratio simply compares the turnover with the assets that the business has used to generate that turnover.26 CATR 3.e should recover.49 3.6 3.26.18 3.4 3.

00% ROCE Interpretation The return on capital employed is the prime ratio which measures the efficiency of the business. Because in 2008-09 there is no proper utili ation by the firm. As per the above chart it is found that in the year 2008-09 the ROCE percentage is lower as compare to previous year. But in the year 09-10 the ROCE percentage is increasing to 6. It is the prime test of the efficiency of business.69% so its good sign for the investor.3) Return on capital employed: EBIT / Capital employed x 100 Year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 EBIT 7905858 296413 2946509 Capital employed 41318797 45903895 44002407 ROCE 19.00% 20.00% 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-20 0 Page | 40 .64% 6.00% 5.13% 0.00% 0. But the return percentage is not that much satisfactory so for that company should utili e its investment properly.00% 0. § ¦ ¦ 5. It not only measures the overall efficiency of the business but help in evaluating the overall performance of various functional area of business. A higher percentage of return on capital employed will satisfy the owners that there money is profitably utili ed.69% ROCE 25.

01 0. And companies with profit margins reflecting a competitive advantage are able to improve their market share during the hard times .03 0. Companies with low profit marg can ins get wiped out in a downturn.009 NPM 0. The above chat indicatethat in the year 08-09 the profit margin in very low from the previous year 07 -08. It is not a good sign for the company.4)Net Profit Margin: Net profit / Revenue Year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Net Profit 4657773 386356 1497701 Revenue 172648068 155129663 155785948 NPM 0.005 0 Interpretation When a company has a high profit margin. So it is the company should try to minimi e its operating expenses. Lower margin indicate the the expenses of the company is more as compared to the year 07-08.leaving them even better positioned when things improve again. In 09-10 the margin slowly increases to 7% from last year i.0 5 0.002 0.008 008.0 0.009 009.010 Page | 41 . it usually means that it also has one or more advantages over its competition.026 0. Companies with high net profit margins have a bigger cushion to protect themselves during the hard times.015 0. © © © © © © ¨ ¨ NPM 007.e(08-09).

00% 2.00% .  OPM Page | 42 . The above chat indicate there is decrease in OPM percentage i.89% OPM 5.5% 0.00% 3. On the other hand the percentage level again increases in the year 09 -10 so here it¶s a good initiative taken by the company.00% 1.5) Operating Profit margin: EBIT / Sales x 100 Year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 EBIT 7905858 296413 2946509 Sales 172648068 155129663 155705948 OPM 4.00% 0. or that sales are increasing faster than operating costs.9%.e from 07-08 4.00% 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Interpretation High operating profits can mean the company has effective control of costs.9% 1. Which indicates that the firms operating cost is increased.5% to 0.

e.7 3.9% . In the year 2009 debtor turnover ratio is -10 increase i. Similarly low debtors¶ turnover implies inefficient management of debtors/sales and less liquidity debtors. If the average collection period is increased than debt will be increased. Page | 43 .009 009.010 DTR Interpretation Generally the higher the value of debtors¶ turnover.3.9 DRs 42087553 41233979 39778517 DTR 4.76%.5     007.8 3. In 2008 we have seen -09 that the DTR is lower i. From the above chart it is clear that ASL has debtors¶ turnover ratio is below the performance.102 3.008 008.1 4 3.6) Debtors Turnover Ratio: Net credit annual Sales / Average trade Debtors Year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Sales 172648068 155129663 155705948 Avg.76 3.    4. the more efficient is the management of debtors/sales or more liquidity is the debtors. It is not good for the company.6 3.e 3.916 DTR 4.

6 0. A very high ratio indicates that the firm may not be able to get credit without paying very high rates of interest and conditions of the creditors.68 1. A ratio of 1:1 may be usually considered to be satisfactory.6 1. It is clear that the ASL have been maintaining a satisfactory ratio.2 1 0.8 0.7) Debt equity Ratio: Outsiders Fund / Share holders Fund year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Outsiders Fund 33904376 38060991 34211029 Shareholders Fund 20078157 24295959 27332969 DER 1.56 1.8 1.25 DER 1. A very low ratio is not good for the shareholders because it indicates that the firm has not been able to use low cost outsiders¶ funds to magnify their earnings.4 1.4 0. The firm has been aggressive in financi g its growth with n outsiders¶ debt.2 0 DER Interpretation A high debt-equity ratio indicates that the claims of outsiders (creditors) are greater than those of owners. Continuously it is decreasing trend.   200 -2008 2008-200 200 -2010  Page | 44 . From the above chart it is found that in 2009-10 debt-equity ratio is low as compare to other years.

31% 1. In 2009-10 the ratio was 5.59% 5.00% 1.59% because of heavy capital expenditure.00%  4. From the above chart it is found that the ASL PVT LTD is utili ing the resources in proper way.8) Return on Net worth : Net profit after interest and tax / Share holders Fund x 100 Year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 NPAT 465773 386357 1497701 Shareholders Fund 20078157 24295959 27332969 RNW 2.47%.00% 3.00% RNW 2. In 2008-09 the ratio was decreased to 1.Otherwise the return is getting better year after year.00% . ROI is a very good indicator of judging the utili ation of resources and capital of the concern.00% 0.00% 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Interpretation From the above figure the return on shareholder¶s investment has been increased in 2008 -09. Page | 45 .47% RNW 6.

from the above chart the ratio is not very good. year 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Gross profit 7905858 296413 2946509 Total revenue 172648068 155129663 155785948 GPM 0.189 GPM  0 0. From the above 3 years in 2008 the gross profit ratio is very low.045 0.0 0.019 0.02 GP 0.03  0.0 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Page | 46 .01 InterpretationHigher ratios better the result. lesser sales. It is decreasing in year 2008 09 & 2009-10 due to high cost of goods sold. The management should minimi e its expenses for better results. A low gross profit ratio indicates high cost of goods sold due to unfavorable purchasing policies.  0. lower selling prices etc. In 2007-08 the gross profit ratio is high as compare to other years.9) Gross Profit Margin: Gross profit / Total revenue.

But overall the company net profit position is satisfactory. Earnings per share of ASL in 08-09 are Rs 22.e. y Even though current assets have increased in 09-10. y It shows that ASL¶s debtors¶ turnover ratio is below the performance. III. It indicates. It shows the investors less interest to purchase the share of that company as it dives good returns to them. The gross profit ratio for the year 2008-09 is very low i. II.019% as compared to previous years. Page | 47 .FINDINGS: y The current assets have gradually Fluctuating year by year but current liabilities have increase to Rs.8 crores in the year 2009-10 as compared to the previous year. . Profitability position of ASL: I. Efficiency of ASL . However. we can say that profit after tax is not satisfactory in 08-09 but there is a huge increase in net profit ratio in 09-10 which is a good sign for the company. By analyzing the net profit margin. the very high net asset turnover ratio values came when the turnover and asset values were low. in this year the cost of goods sold is high due to unfavorable purchasing policies.00 which is not a good signal for investment. This indicates the inefficient management to collect the amount in time.62 and in 09-10 it reduces to Rs22. y There is a fluctuation in terms of turnover and its asset base. 1. It shows the cash position of ASL Is low as compared to previous years. higher than 2007-08 .

1. In the year 2009-10.e. 11. Page | 48 . the ASL has been aggressive in financing its growth with outsiders¶ debt. the equity or shareholders fund is slightly increased in compare to previous years i.56 as it is not too high or too l II. III. From the long ±term position point of view.11% which is acceptable but not satisfactory. In the year 2008 -09.e. the ASL has maintained a satisfactory ratio i.Long-term position of ASL: I. The reserve and surplus are not utilizing for the payment of dividends in 09-10 .

the equity ratio of ASL is acceptable but it is not satisfactory. i. To maintain the better working capital turnover ratio. This can be achieved by proper guiding of employees and other workers in the logistical area Page | 49 . IX. VIII. This can lead to further rapidity for operations. Even though.SUGGESTIONS I. So the company should try to improve its equity ratio. This will have favorable impact for the operational as well as total strengthening of organization. Client handling and service need to be followed in the same way and can be further enhanced with more support. more focus should be given to customer delight and cost effectiveness X. The ASL should maintain stable in cost of goods sold to have a good gross margin on its goods delivered. the company has flotation in net margin. VII. current assets and current liabilities. IV. But the company has to maintain uniformity in its net profit ratio. From net profit ratio point of view. III. By which the cash position of company can also be in good position. Organization can further strengthen the employee strength in the documentation department. the company should be efficient in utilization of working capital. The ASL should take an effective steps towards the collection if the amount in time.e. The company should follow an effective system for the improvement or proper utilization of resources for the better results. VI. V. for the year 2009-10. Organization can initiate Human Resource Department to further enhance employee motivation. Higher the equity ratio better will be the solvency position. II. Operations with other logistical providers need to be enhanced further for operational effectiveness.

where I have the opportunity to experience the joy of learning. I learnt how our theoretical aspects are different from practical field in the industry I had to put in my own efforts and take initiative to learn and gain maximum knowledge possible during this period. I am dedicated to providing the best effort that delivers real benefits for my future and so adopt the best teaching methodologies to bridge practices. Page | 50 . I also worked each segment in an organization followed by the members.LEARNING EXPERIENCE I strongly believe ³Learning is an Experience´ and I had been a learning environment which is truly inspiring and supportive. The working environment in ASL was very cooperative. and principles which enables students to master the business management. . I had given the work on different branch wise and vehicle wise MIS report generation. The unmatched Learning Experience stimulates every individual to explore their innate abilities. I had also given the work on preparing the cost volume analysis of each vehicle related to the consignment. Working at ARUN SELVAN LOGISTICS PRIVATE LIMITED was largely an good experience with gaining insights to a number of new things.

http://www. iii. Reference magazine i. Kalyani Shahdara Delhi 2006 Edition. New Delhi (2006 Edition) . excel printers (2008 Edition).com http://www. TimesPrintoGraphy. Page | 51 . y Sudhindra Bhat. ManagementAccountanc. Financial Management. y Jain & Narang. KalyaniPublisher. New Delhi. Financial Accountancy. ii.aslindia. Business Today Business India Reference websites i. Excel Book Publisher. plasticote (India).BIBLOGRAPHY: Reference Books: y Sharma& http://www.

ANNEXURE y Companies Annual Report y Balance Sheet y Profit and Loss Account Page | 52 .

428.318.ARUN SELVAN LOGISTICS PRIVATE LIMITED Balance Sheet As at 31st March 2010 (Amount in Rs) PARTICULARS Sources Of Fund: Equity share capital Reserve and Surplus Secured Lone Unsecured Lone Deffered tax asset Total Application Of Fund: As of 31.959 16.797 1 Page | 53 .000.591 35.055 35.885 41.895 Fixed asset Gross Block Less: Provision for Depreciation 21.419.616.541.318.903.232 3.221 ----------------9.274.335 2.248 26.809) 14.699 ---------------14.895 4.203.407 45.797 44.380.2008 20.03.473.616.814279 14.000 5.002.534.978.000 7.000.157 13.913 26.553 624.207.100 42.407 45.243.343 21.406 1.2009 As of 31.922.103 20.903.001 6.578 43.559.365 21.462.295.831 13.779 11.453.404.056.186 3.176.500.2010 As of 31.578.332.000 4.529.03.642 6.372 39.539 8.969 14.002.810 20.706.617 7.323 Investments Deffered tax Asset Current Asset.558 Nil 646. Lone and advance Current Assets: Sundry debtor Cash in hand and bank Other current asset Lone And Advances Less: Current Liability and provisions Net Current Asset Miscellaneous Expenditure 17.508 ---------------8.246.492 Nil 275.060 Nil Nil TOTAL 44.759 6.124 16.736.03.738.268 (646.564.853 5119180 40.087.350.668 5.628 217.580177 7.

000 (690.129.356 5.383 -----------4.555 ------4.744.252.124 164.2010) (31.156 Add: Depreciation Excess Claimed in( 08-09) 1.995 155.250 2.502.157 -------1.309 Less: Dividend & Tax Thereon Transfer to Bonus Share Net Profit Transfer To Balance Sheet -------7.648.110 20.000 10.578.124 154.200 (43.127 19.420.078.597 7.657.497.773 5.732 2.649) 386.332.002 2.341 ------(371.958 2.143 22.953 40.539.077.719.439 2.656 19.701 4.827.610.487 5.905.663 153.522 7.329 7.785.668.442.295.742.529.949 2.932.96.000 594.2008) Income from Operation Other Income Total Income E penditure:  155.2009) (31.958 100.751 500.969 Page | 54 .628 172.609 155.179.833.675 55.948 117.082.068 Operational expenses Personnel Cost Administrative Expenses Finance cost Depreciation Preliminary Expenses Written Off Total Expenditure Profit before Taxation Less: Provision for taxation Current Tax Fringe Benefit Tax Differed Tax Asset Profit After Taxation Add: Profit Brought Forward 107.858 1.979.467) 1.839.885) 4.206 4.714.03.468.124 152.595.440 19.509 101.987 23.003 4.ARUN SELVAN LOGISTICS PRIVATE LIMITED Profit & Loss Account for the year ended 31st March 2009 Particulars Income: Year ended (31.500.413 108.210 7.946.673.520.571.070.

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