ISG Ropeway Project

Business Plan V.01


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Business Plan V.01

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8 mph. while detachable quads and "six-packs" can service a vertical rise of over 600 m (1. World War I motivated extensive use of military tramways for warfare between Italy and Austria. The chairlift was developed by James Curran of Union Pacific's engineering department in Omaha during the summer of 1936. 43. carrying a series of chairs. It was installed on Proctor Mountain.969 ft) and a line length of 2. two miles (3 km) east of the more famous Bald Mountain.200 m (3.2 ft/s).4 ft/s). which for many years was the workhorse of the ski industry. They are the primary on hill transport and are also found at amusement parks. Aerial passenger ropeways were known in Asia well before the 1600s for crossing chasms in mountainous regions. which engineered banana conveyor systems to load cargo ships in the tropics.01 Genesis – Passenger Ropeway An elevated passenger ropeway. the maximum vertical rise for a fixed grip chairlift is 300–400 m (984. Idaho in 1936. The first known ski chairlift was created for the ski resort in Sun Valley. The first recorded mechanical ropeway was by Venetian Fausto Veranzio who designed a bicable passenger ropeway in 1616. or chairlift.2 km/h). The four person detachable chairlift ("high-speed quad") can transport 2400 people per hour with an average rope speed of 5 m/s (16.000 m (6.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. electric drive. especially. The industry generally considers Dutchman Wybe Adam to have built the first operational system in 1644. and increasingly. Evolutionary refinement added a harness or basket to also transport cargo. in urban transport.5 m/s (8. various tourist attractions.562 ft). a passenger ropeway can move up 4000 people per hour. Men would traverse a woven fiber line hand over hand. Fixed-grip lifts are usually shorter than detachable-grip lifts due to rope load. Prior to working for Union Pacific. Curran worked for Paxton and Vierling Steel also in Omaha. and the fastest lifts achieve operating speeds of up to 12 m/s (26. progress rapidly advanced and expanded with the advent of wire rope and.312 ft) and a length of about 1. Curran reengineered the banana hooks with chairs and created a machine with greater Confidential Page 6 28/01/2010 . Depending on carrier size and loading efficiency.937 ft). Some bi and tri cable elevatedropeways and reversible tramways achieve much greater operating speeds. the primary ski mountain of Sun Valley resort since 1939. is a type of aerial lift.3– 1. which consists of a continuously circulating steel cable loop strung between two end terminals and usually over intermediate towers. Alpine regions of Europe developed the technology. can move roughly 1200 people per hour at rope speeds of up to 2. The two-person double chair.

The lake has also a well laid out NECLACE ROAD wit one side Tank bund connecting the twin city of Secunderabad and the other side hosting beautiful landscape gardens and entertainment zones. Due to its excellent connectivity and unique geographical location. The patent was titled "Aerial Ski Tramway. exhibition grounds and restaurants. One of the parks on the banks of Hussain Sagar Lake is LUMBINI PARK. The City is called as Lake city.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. The patent for the original ski lift was issued to Mr.) where parts of it are still in use. THE ISG Rope Way Project: Hyderabad is the gateway to the South India. Curran along with Gordon H. Bannerman and Glen H. One of the major lakes in the city is hussain sagar lake which hosts 3 large parks and is the entertainment zone of the city with beautiful laid gardens. food courts. children play pens. ISG is proposing to connect the Lumbini Park to Birla Mandir Auditorium by Rope Way to cater the tourist’s of both the locations: Confidential Page 7 28/01/2010 . this region is experiencing rapid growth of trade and commerce and it has the potential to become the hinterland for the entire South Eastern region. Michigan (USA. The original 1936 chair lift was later moved to Boyne Mountain.'. Trout in March 1939. the two most common skier transports at the time apart from mountain climbing. which hosts over 120 manmade lakes which are now developed as recreation centres for the benefit of the dwellers and the tourists.01 capacity than the up-ski cable car and better comfort than the J-bar. The city has also become a major tourist destination since it is one of the oldest cities in south India with unique Nizam culture and heritage.

The park was developed as a part of the Buddha Purnima project of the state government. which offers not only fast food. The fountains dance to the tunes of popular numbers from Bollywood films with brilliant light display from the sides and background. Every day. adjacent to the Hussain Sagar Lake in Hyderabad. Confidential Page 8 28/01/2010 . The Hyderabad city is a major hub of commercial. industrial and educational activities and a large number of people travel from Andhra Pradesh and all over the South to the city.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. The Lumbini Park has been named after the birthplace of Buddha and it lies just opposite a world famous Buddha statue.30 in evening in organized. The park is open on all days except Monday. the park is presently being maintained by the Buddha Purnima Project Authority that functions under the directives of the Government of Andhra Pradesh. The spectacular musical dancing fountain and water cascades attract huge crowds.5 acre land and since it is geographically located in the center of the city and is at close proximity to other tourist attractions such as Birla Mandir and Necklace Road.01 Lumbini Park is located near the Tank Road. Constructed in 1994. It is very popular and people coming to the Park make it a point to see the musical fountains. a musical fountain show at 6. the Hussain Sagar Lake and the striking Birla Mandir. The park has eating joints. A colourful Floral Clock. it attracts many visitors throughout the year. Most of the tourists would like to see the great beautiful parks of the city and also go to the Birla Planetarium and visit the Birla LORD VENKATESWARA TEMPLE on the NAUBAT PAHAD hillock. It is one of the most beautiful parks of the city of Hyderabad and is an ideal place to relax and revitalize spirits. India. The Lumbini Park is encircled by the state Secretariat. man-made waterfalls and musical fountains are among the key attractions of the Park. Lumbini Park is in 7. but also popular local cuisine. During summer time normally three shows are organized. People visiting the park can also avail and enjoy the boating facilities provided at the nearby Hussain Sagar Lake. It is a popular joint among people of all age groups and one can see kids running joyfully around this park daily.

Thus as a Major tourist attraction linking two crowded tourists spots ISG intends to connect by way of Passenger ropeway with the concurrence and participation of the Andhra Pradesh Tourism department and the AP Tourism Corporation Limited. The proposed alignment will involve construction of three trestles in addition to two terminal stations. of towers Source of power supply Power requirement Water Requirement Waste water generation Solid Waste generation No.61 m3/day : 0. The entire alignment will pass through land locked Adarsh Nagar Colony. In between the area Is the Road towards tank bund and Adarsh nagar colony which is a residential / commercial area.___ Crores :3 : APCPDCL / State Electricity Board : 150 KW : 5. Confidential Page 9 28/01/2010 . Lumbini Park is on the ground level and the PAHAD is located on the Hillock of around 300 Meters height. of trees to be cut : 820 m length : 250 persons per hour (PPH) : Rs.61 m3/day (municipal supply) : 3. The substantial growth in the region is characterized by densification of the centre core and ribbon tourism development. (2) PROPOSED ROPEWAY The alignment for the proposed ropeway has been considered between Lumbini Park and the Naubat Phad and the length of the proposed ropeway will be 820 m. SALIENT FEATURES OF PROJECT The salient features of the project are discussed below: Size of the Project Carrying capacity Expected cost of the project No.01 Ropeway from LUMBINI PARK TO NAUBT PAHAD The aerial distance from the Lumbini park to the Naubat Pahad is around 820 meters.15 MT/day : Nil (1) PROJECT NEED AND ADVANTAGES The tourist population coming to the major two tourists attractions of the city is expanding at a high rate.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.

An area of 1850 sq. The site is connected through a two lane undivided road which leads to Tank Bund and Khiratabad. (4) UPPER TERMINAL STATION – NAUBAT PAHAD The proposed site for the terminal station is located at Birla Science Auditorium on the Naubat Pahad hillock.30' The terminal station will be will comprise of passenger handling area.15' and 18° 32' N and longitude 18° . The station is at a distance of 300 m from the Birla Temple.54' and 83° . South Western bank of the hussain Sagar Lake.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. public conveniences. The coordinates of the terminal station are Latitude: 17° . The proposed site for the terminal station is in the GHMC control.30' Apart from this. parking will be provided at the upper terminal station.m has been designated for parking purposes and will accommodate about 140 Cars. passenger-handling area. (5) SELECTION OF ROPEWAY SYSTEM The following ropeway systems were evaluated for the proposed ropeway: • Fixed grip gondola system • Pulsated gondola system • Jig Back system • Mono cable detachable Gondola system Confidential Page 10 28/01/2010 . The coordinates of the terminal station are Latitude: 17° . ticket counter and parking facilities. The layout plan for the proposed terminal station is under preparation.15' and 18° -32' N and longitude 18° .01 (2) SITE SELECTION CRITERIA The site selection criteria for the terminal stations included the following: Availability of adequate space for proposed terminal points Ease of land acquisition Minimum possible infringement Feasibility to cater to the required traffic projection Connectivity of stations Power availability (3) LOWER TERMINAL STATION – LUMBINI PARK Lumbini Park.54' and 83° . The layout plan for the upper terminal station is under preparation.

In Jig Back cable system. a large number of cabins will need to be installed. Further.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. The details of the ropeway system are provided in the annexure. There will be one cabin on two track ropes on both sides. Detachable Gondola System is ruled out because the capacity of the system is low and requires greater station area. (6) DESCRIPTION OF ROPEWAY SYSTEM It is proposed to provide a Twin track Single haul Bi Cable double reversible Jig Back system.01 Fixed Grip Gondola system (continuous movement) is ruled out because boarding / deboarding needs to be carried out when the system is on and being fixed grip system. the vehicle oscillates ‘To and Fro’ between stations on the same track by inverting the hauling ropes direction of motion. Both the cabins will be attached to the hauling rope in such a way that while one cabin is at one station the other is at the other station. it is proposed to provide a mono cable detachable gondola system. Thus. Therefore considering the length of the ropeway and the recommended capacity. Jig Back system offers advantages such as ease in boarding/de-boarding operations and the capacity can be met with a reasonable system speed. Pulsated Gondola system is ruled out because this system is ideally not suitable when the length of the ropeway is long. 6 or 8 +1 (Passengers + Operator) Number of cabin sets 2 Rescue System Self driven carriage and cabin Travel time (s) 206 Confidential Page 11 28/01/2010 . ROPEWAY CHARACTERISTICS System Twin track Single haul Bi Cable double reversible Jig Back system Total Length (m) 820 Capacity . Therefore the effectiveness of this system becomes meaningless. The hauling rope will be an endless rope which can move in both the directions. PPH 250 Line Speed (m/s) 0-6 Maximum Lift (m) 19 Cabin capacity . the ropeway speed will be less. unlocking and grip testing as the cabin does not have to take a round turn and thus requires less length. no station mechanisms are required for locking. persons 4.

Sections of rope must be removed. Rope is constructed in a linear fashion. A bullwheel in each terminal redirects the rope. and it bends and flexes as it passes over sheaves and around the bull wheels. Terminals and towers Every lift involves at least two terminals and—usually—intermediate supporting towers. while sheaves (pulley assemblies) on the towers support the rope well above the ground. The number of towers is engineered based on the length and strength of the rope. Various techniques are used for constructing the rope.01 (7) DESIGN AND FUNCTION OF A PASSENGER ROPEWAY Rope The rope is the defining characteristic of an elevated passenger ropeway. practicalities of electric service might dictate bottom-drive. Dozens of wires are wound into a strand. as the strands overlap during the splicing process. and must be spliced together before carriers are affixed. and the type of terrain traversed. though the top-drive configuration is more efficient. The fibre core contains a lubricant which protects the rope from corrosion and also allows for smooth flexing operation. the other is the return bullwheel. their twist is oriented in the same or opposite direction as the individual wires.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. often with diesel or gasoline engine backup. and sometimes a hand crank tertiary backup. worst case environmental conditions. Several strands are wound around a textile core. Confidential Page 12 28/01/2010 . this is referred to as Lang lay and regular lay respectively. Splicing involves unwinding long sections of either end of the rope. The rope stretches and contracts as the tension exerted upon it increases and decreases. Drive terminals can be located either at the top or the bottom of an installation. The rope must be regularly lubricated to ensure safe operation and long life. Chairlifts are usually electrically powered. and then winding each strand from opposing ends around the core. The bullwheel with the prime mover is called the drive bullwheel.

DC motors produce higher starting torque than AC motors. before the gearbox.000 hp (745. DC drives are less expensive than AC variablefrequency drives and were used almost exclusively until the 21st century when costs of AC variable-frequency drive technology dropped. an anti-rollback device (usually a cam) also acts on the bullwheel. so applications of AC motors on chairlifts is largely limited to smaller chairlift installations. The service brake is located on the driveshaft beside the main drive. While not technically a brake. which adjust the position of the bullwheel carriage to maintain design tension. Tension is provided either by a counterweight system or by hydraulic rams.46 kW) for the smallest of lifts. or sustain a higher rope speed. Higher power is able to pull heavier loads. though AC motors and AC drives are becoming economically competitive for certain smaller chairlift installations. The gearbox transforms high RPM/low torque rotation into low RPM/high torque to drive the bullwheel. The emergency brake acts directly on the bullwheel. Many chairlifts have a braking system in the sheaves. Tensioning system The rope must be tensioned to compensate for sag caused by wind load and passenger weight.70 kW) for a long.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. The power can range from under 10 hp (7. Confidential Page 13 28/01/2010 . For most chairlifts. otherwise the AC motor would need to be significantly oversized relative to the equivalent horsepower DC motor. The driveshaft turns at high RPM.01 Braking systems The drive terminal is also the location of a lift's primary braking system. DC electric motors and DC drives are the most common. Prime mover and gearbox Either diesel engines or electric motors can function as prime movers. variations in rope length due to temperature and to maintain friction between the rope and the drive bullwheel. fast detachable eight-seat up a steep slope. This prevents the potentially disastrous situation of runaway reverse operation. to more than 1. the tension is measured in tons. but with low torque.

The restraining bar is also useful in very strong wind and when the chair is coated by ice. The secondary drive connects with the drive shaft before the gear box. If the chairlift stops suddenly. Some lifts even have a hydrostatic coupling so the driveshaft of a snowcat can drive the chairlift. The restraining bar is useful for children—who do not fit comfortably into adult sized chairs—as well as apprehensive passengers. The physics of a passenger sitting properly in a chairlift do not require use of a restraining bar. Confidential Page 14 28/01/2010 . it usually has much lower power and is not used for normal operation. gravity assists positioning the bar to its down limit. Some chairlifts are also equipped with an auxiliary drive. the carriers may be removed from or relocated along the rope by loosening the grip. each chair has a retractable bar. In addition.01 Secondary and auxiliary movers In most localities. For maintenance or servicing. this is usually provided by a diesel engine. In most configurations. 6 or 8 passengers. 4. Restraining bar Also called a retention bar or safety bar. Each is connected to the cable with a steel cable grip that is either clamped onto or woven into the cable. the carrier's arm connecting to the grip pivots smoothly forward—driven by the chair's inertia—and maintains friction between the seat and passenger. grab the bar or a handle. Once the bar has rotated sufficiently. If equipped. which can operate during power outages. usually with a chain coupling. 3. which can be used to continue regular operation in the event of a problem with the prime mover. a passenger may reach up and behind their head. out of the way. Some newer chairlifts have restraining bars that open and close automatically.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. Before disembarking. sometimes with attached foot rests. restraining bars with footrests reduce muscle fatigue from supporting the weight of a snowboard or skis. and pull the restraint forward and down. Clamping systems use either a bolt system or coiled spring to provide clamping force. Carriers and grips Carriers are designed to seat 1. The purpose of the backup is to permit clearing the rope to ensure the safety of passengers. these may help hold passengers in the chair in the same way as an automotive seatbelt or safety bar in an amusement park ride. 2. Restraining bars on chairlifts are more common in Europe and also naturally used by passengers of all ages. the bar must be rotated up. especially during long lift rides. and for those who are disinclined or unable to sit still. the prime mover is required to have a backup drive.

Confidential Page 15 28/01/2010 . there are multiple redundant braking systems. out-of-limit and dangerous conditions cause system shutdown. inspection by technicians. or bubble. Also. Braking As mentioned above. Turning off the main drive will normally bring the rope to a stop in installations where it is transporting passengers uphill. passenger legs are unprotected. Many—if not most—installations have numerous safety sensors which detect rare but potentially hazardous situations. verify proper carrier spacing and verify correct movement of the detached carriers through the terminals. Expected variances are compensated for. Control system To maintain safe operation. In most designs. such as the rope coming out of an individual sheave. the minimum and maximum rope tension. Safety systems Aerial lifts have a variety of mechanisms to ensure safe operation over a lifetime often measured in decades. is usually constructed of transparent acrylic glass or fiberglass. repair or evacuation might be needed. The canopy. however in rain or strong wind this is considerably more comfortable than no canopy.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. Detachable chairlift control systems measure carrier grip tension during each detach and attach cycle. and speed feedback redundancy are monitored. Both fixed and detachable lifts have sensors to monitor rope speed and hold it within established limits for each defined system operating speed. the chairlift's control system monitors sensors and controls system parameters. In the unusual instance of system shutdown.01 Canopy Some lifts also have individual canopies which can be lowered to protect against inclement weather. A service brake and emergency brake on the bullwheel as well as drum brakes in the sheaves can stop the ropeway quickly.

such as patients being transported in a rescue toboggan. Their primary purpose to ensure passenger safety by checking that passengers are suitably outfitted for the elements and not wearing or transporting items which could entangle chairs. Communication The lift operators at the terminals of a chairlift communicate with each other to verify that all terminals are safe and ready when restarting the system. Cable catcher These are small hooks sometimes installed next to sheaves to catch the rope and prevent it from falling if it should come out of the track. Confidential Page 16 28/01/2010 . it interrupts a circuit which causes the system controller to immediately stop the system. Collision Passenger loading and unloading is supervised by lift operators. or otherwise unable to efficiently unload.Some installations use brittle bars to detect several hazardous situations. Communication is also used to warn of an arriving carrier with a passenger missing a ski. If a misload or missed unload occurs—or is imminent—they slow or stop the lift to prevent carriers from colliding with or dragging any person. They are designed to allow passage of chair grips while the lift is stopping and for evacuation. An anti-derailment plate is visible at top. They may also be placed to detect counterweight or hydraulic ram movement beyond safe parameters (sometimes called a brittle fork in this usage) and to detect detached carriers leaving the terminal's track. It is extremely rare for the rope to leave the sheaves. if the exit area becomes congested. These uses are the chief purpose for a visible identification number on each carrier.01 Brittle bars Example of a brittle bar within a cable catcher beside a sheave train. Also. towers. etc. Brittle bars alongside the sheaves detect the rope coming out of the track. If a brittle bar breaks. trees. Wiring connected to the brittle bar is visible immediately to the right of the closest sheave. they will slow or stop the chair until safe conditions are established.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.

diesel or gasoline engine—even a hand crank—allows movement of the rope to eventually unload passengers. The lift operator will then help them disembark. variations in cross sectional area. Confidential Page 17 28/01/2010 . An additional electric motor. all components of the system are electrically bonded together and connected to one or more grounding systems connecting the lift system to earth ground. To protect against that and electrostatic buildup. Grounding A steel line strung alongside a mountain is likely to attract lightning strikes. stop and prevent reverse operation are carefully evaluated against the system's design parameters. Load testing In most jurisdictions. An open restraining bar is also visible. and tightening or loosening of wire lay or strand lay. Rope testing Frequent visual inspection of the rope is required in most jurisdictions. The system's ability to start.01 Evacuation Aerial ropeways always have several backup systems in the event of failure of the prime mover. a protective aerial line is fixed above the aerial ropeway. their legs will contact a lightweight bar or thin line or. in newer lifts. and initiate the lift restart procedure. pass through a laser beam which stops the lift. Safety gate A safety gate at the top terminal detects passengers failing to unload. In areas subject to frequent electrical strikes. staff may conduct emergency evacuation using a simple rope harness looped over the aerial ropeway to lower passengers to the ground one by one. In the event of a failure which prevents rope movement. chairlifts must be load inspected and tested periodically. pitting caused by corrosion or wear. If a passenger fails to unload. as well as periodic non-destructive testing. The typical test consists of loading the uphill chairs with bags of water (secured in boxes) weighing more than the worst case passenger loading scenario. reset the safety gate. Electromagnetic induction testing detects and quantifies hidden adverse conditions within the strands such as a broken wire.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.

) IST (UTC+5:30) +91-40 AP9.192/km² 9.533. The city is home to the world's largest film studio.7 % 536 m from sea level 40 °C – summer (max. Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh.366° N 78.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.01 Mega-city Hyderabad : Spread across 260 km² and with a bulging population of over Five and half million. Agriculture 1.5% Urdu. AP11. Hyderabad has a pleasant climatic condition suitable for social and commercial living. the Ramoji Film City as well as the Telugu Film Industry. Mirroring the situation in the rest of India.). All of Andhra Pradesh does not look like Hyderabad. a southern state of India.3% Confidential Page 18 28/01/2010 . AP10. AP28. 70% of the state's citizens are farmers who live in villages scattered throughout the vast countryside. Economic Profile of hyderabad Hyderabad Area Population Population Density Population Growth Language Latitude Longitude Literacy Rate Altitude Temperature Time Zone STD Code Vehicle Code Average Rain fall Religion Land Use Capital of Andhra Pradesh 260 Sq. Telugu. known popularly as Tollywood. however. Water Spread 5. 12 °C – winter (min. AP29 90 cms Hindu. Indian Premier League team. Located 526 Metres from the Mean Sea Level. AP12. Km 5.476° E 70. Hindi. Muslim. where the difference between a good and bad year can hinge on a week's worth of rainfall or a few rupees' difference in the price of a primary crop. The IT revolution in Hyderabad is a far cry from the conditions in villages. the second-largest in India. and the city is the home of the Deccan Chargers.640 14. AP13. It is also a sporting destination with numerous sporting venues and stadia. Various national and international games are conducted here. English 17. Hyderabad has developed into a major hub for the Information technology industry in India.7%. Christian Urban 93% [including industrial].

This city of over six million people has benefited greatly from the fiscal and administrative reforms. In the last few years the city has emerged as an important centre for software professionals.. Bill Clinton in March 2000 and the present President Mr. The construction of the 'Hi-Tec City'. the setting up of Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) and Indian School of Business (ISB). it has become an attractive choice for investment. people are getting better services. Based on the estimated project cost. never a reality. Textiles and Apparels IT Industry o Bulk Drugs And Pharmaceuticals o Horticulture o Poultry Farming o Spices o Mines And Minerals o Textiles And Apparel Industry o IT Industry Hyderabad has changed dramatically over the last decade and most expect it to continue to grow. 25. Europe and Asia. Because of reforms at many levels. The level of success found in Hyderabad is no small accomplishment in a country where sound infrastructure has always been a concept. It is suggested that a fare of Rs.0 per head be charged for a round fare for the initial period. The city government has opened up Hyderabad to private enterprise and competition which drastically brought down costs and improved the quality of services provided to Hyderabad’s commercial and industrial sectors. Mines And Minerals. there are higher living standards and better amenities in this Hitech City.01 Major Industries o Automobile and Auto Components Industry spices. last but not least.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. the visit of former US President Mr. the setting up of development centres by many software giants from India and abroad. things are looking very good for India’s high-tech city. It is anticipated that Hyderabad is becoming a transit hub between U.S. Bush in 2006 resulted in significant media attention from around the world focusing on Hyderabad. annual Ropeway recurring cost and earnings. If it does. Confidential Page 19 28/01/2010 . 300 lacs. With the investor-friendly atmosphere. the project yields a Financial Internal Rate of Return (FIRR) of 14 % (Refer Appendix for the cash flow statement). Hyderabad is one of the fastest growing economies in India with an ever-increasing tax base. FINANCIAL VIABILITY OF PROJECT The total cost for the project has been worked out to be Rs. and.

Long Term Climate Trends The following section discusses the long-term climate trend of secondary data collected for the station located at the Hyderabad airfield over the period of 1975-1995. The water requirements for the proposed project will be met through the municipal source. Manpower The operation of the proposed project will involve employment of about 40 skilled and semi skilled staff. along with the data obtained from onsite has been used in air dispersion modelling. Parking Parking facilities will be provided at the lower terminal station. Waste Approximately 0. Power The total power demand for the project has been estimated as 150 KW. It is expected that about 11. An area of 1850 sq.7 m3/day of waste water will be generated and will be discharged into the municipal sewer in the area.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. The power supply will be made available from the state electricity board.6 m3/day. This data.01 UTILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES Water The water demand for the proposed project has been estimated as 5. The waste collection frequency will be daily and the waste will be handed over to the Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. The climatologically summary is as follows Confidential Page 20 28/01/2010 .m has been designated for parking and will accommodate about 100 Cars and 80 two wheelers. Two set of Twin bins of 200 l capacity each will be provided at the lower terminal station along the south bank and one set will be provided at the upper terminal station along the north bank.52 MT/day of waste will be generated during the operation phase of the project.

ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.2° C) 0 0 0 82 °F 63 °F 73 °F 55 °F 7 mph E Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) Average Snowfall (US Only) 80% 38% CLR N/A N/A SUMMER May Data Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 109 °F 68 °F 86 mph N/A Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall Record 24-hour Rainfall Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation N/A N/A N/A N/A 6 7 N/A Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.01 WINTER January Data Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 91 °F 50 °F 53 mph N/A Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall Record 24-hour Rainfall Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 N/A 3 Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.2° C) 0 0 26 100 °F 82 °F 91 °F 61 °F 11 mph NW Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) Average Snowfall (US Only) 56% 28% SCT N/A N/A Confidential Page 21 28/01/2010 .

8 °C) and the mean daily maximum temperature occurs in May (32. wind speed less than 1 knot or 0. Confidential Page 22 28/01/2010 .e.1°C). with varying frequencies. Calms (i. Over the course of a year. On an average. the prevailing winds are from the East – South – East direction approximately 21 percent of the time. Hyderabad has mild sub tropical weather conditions. The mean daily minimum temperature at occurs in January (9. Wind Direction: Wind direction is reported as the direction from which the wind blows and is based on surface observations. wind usually blows in all directions. over the course of a year.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.2° C) 0 0 N/A Records Record High Record Low Record Wind Speed Record Monthly Snowfall 100 °F 68 °F 87 mph N/A Record 24-hour Snowfall Record Monthly Rainfall Record 24-hour Rainfall Record Minimum Monthly Precipitation N/A N/A N/A N/A The onset of monsoon in Hyderabad district takes place by mid July and lasts up to October . Certain directions occur more frequently than others – these are known as the prevailing wind directions.01 RAINY SEASON July Data Averages Average High Temperature Average Low Temperature Average Mean Temp Average Dew Point Average Windspeed Average Wind Direction 86 °F 74 °F 80 °F 70 °F 13 mph W Average Morning Relative Humidity Average Afternoon Relative Humidity Typical Sky Cover Average Precipitation (US Only) Average Snowfall (US Only) 84% 64% BRK N/A N/A Daily Counts Days With Precipitation Days With Thunderstorms Days With Fog 18 3 N/A Days With Snow Days With Lows Below Freezing Days above 90° F (32.51444 m/s) are reported 41 percent of the time. Summers are warm and dry whereas winters exhibit cool and dry conditions.

earthquake and landslides. Investigating and taking steps to prevent reoccurrence The DMP has therefore to be related to the identification of potential disasters/accidents. Informing and collaborating with statutory authorities. measures to be taken during erection and commissioning of ropeway. However. should the same occur. The main risks identified for the project include hazards pertaining to ropeway severance. Expedite the rescue and medical treatment of casualties. The plan will help develop actions that will be able to successfully mitigate the effects of losses/ emergency with minimum requirement of resources to control and terminate emergencies. An emergency prevention plan and disaster management plan has been developed to identify the precautionary measures such as design overview. Safeguard other people. maintenance and inspection are essential to reduce the probability of occurrence and consequential effect of any eventualities. To minimize the effects of the accident on people and property. An essential part of disaster management is therefore concerned with mitigating the effects of such Emergency and restoration of normalcy at the earliest. Preserve relevant records and equipment for the subsequent enquiry into the cause and circumstances of the emergency. it is not possible to totally eliminate eventualities and random failure of equipment or human errors.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. omissions and unsafe acts cannot be ruled out. The overall objective of the Disaster Management Plan (DMP) is to make use of the combined resources at the site and outside services to achieve the following: To localize the emergency and if possible eliminate it. Evacuate people to safe areas.01 Disaster Management Plan Emergency prevention through good design. operation. The details are presented below: Confidential Page 23 28/01/2010 . Initially contain and ultimately bring the incident under control. maintenance and inspection to be carried out for control and safety of passengers.

Assembly contractors of ropeway will record every critical safety stage in the erection and commissioning of passenger ropeways. the ropeway is operated safely and within their design limits. testing. o o o o o the ropeway has a valid certificate of inspection. minimum spacing between cables. the operation is in accordance with relevant operating manuals/procedures all operating procedures relating to ropeway are kept under regular review. o ensure that persons appointed are competent to carry out duties allocated to them. and implemented by competent persons. appointed to supervise passenger ropeway. maximum line speed and operating limiting wind velocities. Operation Stage GENERAL The operator of the ropeway will ensure that: a display is placed in a conspicuous location for the operator at the main drive stating the approved limiting conditions such as total number of cabins. Confidential Page 24 28/01/2010 .ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. improved and updated whenever possible. inspection and commissioning. commissioned. capacity of each cabin .01 EMERGENCY and SUPERVISION The Company will: o personally supervise the passenger ropeway and every specified activity or appoint a competent person to carry out this supervision. Erection And Commissioning Stage Assembly contractors of a passenger ropeway will ensure that it is erected. o delegate to competent persons. powers required to exercise supervision. all safety devices are in working condition. o Ensure that the names of persons appointed to supervise a passenger ropeway are made known to any persons who carry out a specified activity or any other significant activity associated with that passenger ropeway. tested and inspected in accordance with information which is complete and appropriate for safe erection.

ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. o In the event of main supply power failure. o Emergency push buttons will be provided at all stations to stop the ropeway o The Ropeway Main Drive Motors will be tripped if : o Set rope speed exceeds by 5% o Wind speed exceeds the set limit Safety Devices at Stations All safety devices as per the ropeway system chosen will be provided.F. and stations to arrest / support the hauling rope in case of de ropement. o Carriage of each cabin will be provided with track rope brake. hold downs and pressure frames to immediately stop the ropeway in the unlikely event of rope derailment. o Standby Diesel Engines are to be provided to run ropeway at slow speed to rescue passengers from line in case of failure of drive motor. o Self-driven rescue carriage and cabin to effect evacuation of stranded passenger from cabins on line. P.01 SAFETY MEASURES The ropeway will be provided with the following safety measures: o The cabins will be provided with door lock. emergency stop buttons shall be provided at convenient points to stop the cabin lift in the event of any emergency. This comprises of electrical trip limit switch with attachment mounted on line sheave mount.G. if the hauling rope comes out of line sheave it automatically trips the ropeway by the actuation of limit switch through the attachment. In addition. o Line safety devices will be installed on each trestle to immediately stop the ropeway in the unlikely event of rope derailment. sets will be provided to supply power to run drive motors. Rope catcher will be provided on the incoming side of mount beams on line trestles. In an accidental case. Confidential Page 25 28/01/2010 . A second weight operated thruster released brake is provided on high speed brake drum coupling which will act as service brake. which cannot be opened by the passengers. Line Security Devices Line safety devices will be installed on each trestle. hold down. full capacity D. One spring/weight operated and actuator/thruster released brake will be provided on brake ring fitted on drive sheave as normal and emergency brake. o Two separate brakes will be provided in the drive of ropeway system.

it will be provided with an independent rescue arrangement to facilitate the rescue of passengers( bringing back to the station) who might remain trapped along the line on account of unforeseen stopping in a reasonable short time and in the easiest and safest manner. The Public Address system. The rescue carriage will be such that once it is docked before the stranded cabin. and that all safety requirements are incorporated into these procedures.01 Rescue Arrangement Since the ropeway needs to fly over land locked residential and busy commercial areas. Miscellaneous. Communication system shall be available at both the terminal stations and should be interlinked. The wireless system will be provided to communicate while maintenance / rescue operation on line and for other reasons. Special precautions shall be taken to protect any part of the ropeway from fire. passengers can be shifted to the rescue easily. provided as part of Communication system. MAINTAINING RECORDS The company will ensure that: o written procedures are developed for operating the equipment under all reasonably foreseeable conditions. A minimum of two sets of diesel engine operated both directional self driven rescue carriage will be provided. including equipment inspectors. Provisions for arresting and mitigating fire hazards due to the storage of fuel for DG sets should be as per practices for such fuel storage. Communication and Fire Precautions Anemometers shall be provided to monitor the wind speed and to provide trip signal to main drive in case wind speeds exceeds a pre-determined set speed. Confidential Page 26 28/01/2010 . o records are kept of every critical safety stage in the operation of ropeway. shall be available at both the stations and will be able to operate during power failure. when communication through telephone system will not be possible. o operating procedures and all other relevant operating records are freely available to any person who operates the equipment.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. and o all operational data are available for inspection by any authorised person who is involved with the ropeway.

note the position of tension carriages and counterweights. the inspection will consist of the following: inspect visually each terminal. and ensure that the tensioning system is free to move in both directions. station. and the entire length of the ropeway. stations. Time. duration. including grips. Weather conditions: temperature. as per the manufacturer’s specifications. note the general condition of the hauling rope. and loading and unloading areas. test the operation of all manual and automatic switches in terminals. The log book shall be a record of the daily operation of the lift and it will include the following: Names and positions of operating personnel. As a minimum. and Unusual occurrences involving passengers and equipment. Operating hours. test the operation of communication systems. Daily inspections: Prior to transporting passengers. Confidential Page 27 28/01/2010 .01 DAILY OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS • • • Starting of ropeway: Only competent persons authorised by the ropeway management will start the ropeway. test the operation of main drive and all braking systems. wind and visibility. and cause of abnormal interruptions. hangers and carriers.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. a daily inspection will be conducted by a competent person. Termination of Daily Operations: Procedures will be established for terminating daily operations to ensure that passengers shall not be left on the ropeway after it has been shut down.

Confidential Page 28 28/01/2010 . ropeway that has been subject to maintenance. wear. where necessary. a procedure is in place which requires any faults found in the ropeway to be reported immediately by the person who finds the fault. and Identification of other areas that might require specific attention. repaired or altered. is maintained in accordance with the maintenance and inspection schedules and are kept in safe working condition at all times. the recommended frequency of service to specific parts and details of the service required. and keep record of running hours and/or number of loading cycles operated by a passenger ropeway and its condition.01 MAINTENANCE OF ROPEWAY The maintenance program will comprise of procedures for addressing all components subject to load. maintained. including equipment inspectors. The operator of the ropeway will: record the date. The ropeway management shall ensure that: The ropeway including all safety devices. where a passenger ropeway. corrosion or fatigue.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. This would include: the types of lubricants required and frequency of application. is subject to condition monitoring. investigated and. adjusted. to ensure their design compliance. whether routine maintenance or maintenance in response to a fault found. time and full details of any maintenance work undertaken and the results of any maintenance procedure carried out. regularly updated and continually improved and shall be executed by competent persons. ensure that maintenance records are available for examination by all persons concerned. and all maintenance procedures relating to the ropeway shall be kept in controlled status. shall be appropriately tested before reentering service. the definitions and measurements to determine excessive wear and replacement criteria. or any of its components. the types of testing required and frequency of testing.

and inspected in the event that they are seriously damaged. The operator of the ropeway will maintain records of the date. Adequate number of collection points will be provided and the waste will be handed over to the Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. LAND ENVIRONMENT The construction activities for the proposed project will involve construction of terminal stations. formal pre season inspections are carried out the ropeway is inspected in-service at least annually for issue of certificate of inspection daily and periodic maintenance inspections are carried out Inspection Intervals: The operator will ensure that the ropeway is inspected in-service and is: inspected at commissioning. During operation phase the proposed project will generate about 0. During construction phase. after the first year of service and thereafter at least annually. ECOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT The proposed project will have a minor impact on the terrestrial and aquatic ecology during construction and operation phase. The proposed alignment does not coincide with the route of migratory birds and thus will not have any impact. time and results of any inspection carried out and the name of the inspection body engaged. who shall also witness all relevant tests.52 MT/day of waste.01 INSPECTION OF ROPEWAY The Company shall ensure that commissioning inspection has been carried out by an equipment inspector. Records: A list of parts to be inspected will be maintained. inspected after their re-erection or re-commissioning. time. No tree cutting is involved in the project. Confidential Page 29 28/01/2010 . No impact on the land use is expected as the areas of the terminals comprise of abandoned land. there will a minor impact due to pollution and disturbance caused. The waste generated during the construction will be effectively managed.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. inspected after major repairs or alterations.

Confidential Page 30 28/01/2010 .01 AIR ENVIRONMENT The construction activities for the proposed terminal stations will be of small scale and thus the particulate emissions will be minimal and short term in nature. The impact due to movement of cable car will be minor and short term in nature. The dust generated during the construction phase on the Lake bed and island will be considerably reduced due to localized meteorological conditions. The predicted incremental concentrations have been estimated to be negligible.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. The DG set will be provided with adequate stack height of 7 m and 4 m. no impact is envisaged on the noise environment. It is proposed to implement job rotation and to limit the time of operation along with providing earplugs in areas of high noise exposure. the project will involve operation of one DG set of 300 kVA and 10 KVA only for emergency evacuation during power failure. During operation phase. Thus. NOISE ENVIRONMENT The use of construction equipments will lead to increased sound pressure levels. The operation of the cable car system will lead to noise emissions due to movement of cable car.

e. prices of inputs and selling prices of outputs have been kept at constant rates assuming that any increase in inputs cost would be effect by proportionate increase in the selling price. The pictures emerges from a glance of the date.01 PROJECTED OPERATIONAL RESULTS Detailed data on operational expenses and profits for the forthcoming 5 years of projected operations have been worked out and given in the statement annexed. Confidential Page 31 28/01/2010 . plans for repayment of the loan has been worked out and enclosed as annexes. PROJECTED CASH FLOWS A projected cash flow statement of the company at the end of the projected 5 years of working has been drawn up and given in the statement enclosed. Increasing levels of reserve accumulation and decreasing borrowings on the one hand and increasing levels of current assets on the other with comparatively very less amount blocked in fixed capital.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. While working out estimates. CASH GENERATION & REPAYMENT SCHEDULE Based on the estimates of cash generation from the operations and considerations the need to retain certain funds for meeting any other contingent situations. spread for the 5 years i. By the end of the third year the company shall be self sufficient to meet the enhanced working capital limits /or /for expansion or diversification. Marginal increase has been provided in other operational cost to cover effects of possible inflation. The data also reveals a comparatively high ratio of equity to debt depicting a growing strong capital base of the unit over loan funds in the business.

The projected operational results show reasonable profit generation by the unit to enable it to meet its debt servicing obligations. TECHNO ECONOMICAL ASPECTS The Company has identified time tested competent Ropeway technology suppliers tested the same on real time market and shall obtain all the requisite licenses. FINANCIAL ASPECTS The Capital investment proposed is comparatively low and the promoters have necessary resources to bring in and organize the proposed capital. Confidential Page 32 28/01/2010 . A suitable and broad based marketing network has already been planned which could be taken expanded further if found necessary to achieve for proposed sales targets. technology and switches in place. infrastructure.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. A considerable part of cash generation is proposed to be ploughed back every year to supplement increased working capital requirement. The total plan is made in suitable location with minimum capital investment. Thus the venture is a thoroughly well planned organization and is a sound and viable proposition. The promoters would be on full time occupation with the Company.01 CONCLUDING REMARKS GENERAL From the foregoing detailed analysis of the Company proposal for plans for launching its Tourism based Passenger Rope way System in Hyderabad it can be concluded that: o The Company has been extremely careful and selective in preparing its business program. o It has drawn up the scheme after adequately studying tourism market in Hyderabad. The founders and management are highly qualified and experienced professionals and posses all required technical know-how in running tourism passenger ropeway project and have the commercial expertise to run the business efficiently. o The plans have been made in such a way that the scalability of the business could be almost assured with least marketing cost to the Company.

00 15.00 4.00 15.00 25.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 Confidential Page 33 28/01/2010 .00 Ropeway System including towers Generators Power Wireless communication and Public address system Spares Fire fighting Safety devices Office equipmet / Display Misc equipment Deposits and preoperative expenses total 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 175.00 15.00 300.00 2.00 50.00 3.00 3.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.00 3.01 FINANCE DATA CAPEX Particulars Units Cost Total Cost 175.00 3.00 30.00 30.

Domestic Sales Export Sales Other operating/revenue income Total Sales No.01 OPERATING STATEMENT Name: ISG RopeWay Project Amounts in Rs.25 166. 90.00 115.16 29. iii.00 225.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. 7.57 63.34 135. 4. Deduct: Closing Stock of finished goods Sub-total (Total Cost of Sales) 0 10. Year 31-Mar-11 31-Mar-12 Lacs 31-Mar-14 12 195.88 N/A 20.25 15. 3.00 195.00 90.00 106.00 27.of months 12 121.00 5.00 15.00 31-Mar-12 12 170.89 8.35 48.58 0 16.00 27.00 166. Net Sales (1 .22 106.92 33. v.00 136.00 225.46% 25. general and administrative expenses Sub-total (5 + 6) 20.46 6. iii.46 115.22 106.94 123.42 52.88 12 146.63 1.35 0 12.22 0 14.35 98.63 17.58 115. Raw materials (including stores and Power and Fuel Direct Labour (Factory wages & salaries) Other manufacturing expenses Depreciation Sub-total (i to vi) Cost of Production Add: Opening Stock of finished goods Sub-total (x + xi) xii.00 98.53 110.88 136. iv. x.67% 30.2) % age rise (+) or fall (-) in net sales as compared to previous year (annualised) Cost of Sales i.80 6.22 98.58 106.46 5 xiii.35 98.08 7.21 Confidential Page 34 28/01/2010 .88 24.35 90.25 21.00 27.46 90. Gross i.00 27. Selling. vi. ii. xi. vii.75 149.01% 2.50 58.58 115.63 195.

00 43.97 32.86 10. Deduct: Other non-operating expenses a.97 12. 9.14 16.00% 12.12 100.00% Confidential Page 35 28/01/2010 .09 59.00 12.80 14.12 26.12 6. d.00 46.14 10.00% 26.71 75.63 -14.79 26. c.7) Interest Operating Profit after Interest (8 .91 34.01 8.63 61.86 16. 16.14 -9.9) ii.80 -12.86 100.7.00 43. 14. 15.97 -10.80 46.71 75. Net of other non-operating income / expenses [net of 11(i) & 11(ii)] GOVT ROYALTY .91 12.16 46.5% on sale 26. Profit before tax/loss [10 + 11(iii)] Provision for taxes Net Profit / Loss (12 -13) Retained Profit (14 . 13.16 100.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V. b.09 59.63 9.79 9. 10. Sub-total (Expenses) iii. Operating Profit before Interest (3 .00% 14.00 34.15) Retained Profit / Net Profit (% age) 16.16 15.91 100.

00 15.00 5.00 5.00 6.00 26. 10. Short term borrowings from others Sundry Creditors (Trade) Provision for taxation Other current liabilities & provisions (due within 1 year) .00 3.00 5.00 2. 3.01 LIABILITIES Name: ISG RopeWay Project Amounts in Rs. year) Preference Shares (redeemable 8. 12.00 26.00 6. 4.of months 31-Mar-11 31-Mar-12 31-Mar-12 12 31-Mar-14 12 12 12 CURRENT LIABILITIES Short-term borrowing from banks 1. (including Sub-total [i + ii] (A) 2. Provisions for exepenses 0 0 0 0 3.00 4.00 4. Term loans (excluding instalments payable within 1 year) Other term liabilities Total Term Liabilities [11 to 16] Total Outside Liabilities [10 + 17] 5.00 21. Lacs Year No.00 4. 11. after 1 year) 9.00 26.00 13.00 21.00 13.00 13.00 5.specify major items a. 5.00 21.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.00 Confidential Page 36 28/01/2010 .00 3.00 2. Total current liabilities [A + B] TERM LIABILITIES Debentures (not maturing within 1 7.00 Sub total [2 to 9] (B) 6.00 5.00 12.

89 424.86 26.00 42. Ordinary Share Capital General Reserve Revaluation Reserve Other Reserves (excluding Provisions) Surplus (+) or deficit (-) in Profit & Loss a/c a.86 321.01 NET WORTH 13. 16.05 450.86 300.98 300.89 16.98 355.91 46. 19.89 398. Net Worth TOTAL LIABILITIES [18 + 24] 316.00 16.00 77. 18.12 34.00 300.16 Confidential Page 37 28/01/2010 . 15. 14. 17. c.98 377. 20. b.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.05 Others 300.86 342.

00 6.00 15. Advance payment of taxes 27. Raw materials (including stores and other items used in the process of manufacture) ii. Finished goods iv.86 57.00 15. Other consumable spares a. Fixed Deposits with banks 23. and other trustee securities ii.89 168.86 134. i.89 283.00 CURRENT ASSETS 21. Cash and Bank Balances 22. Other current assets (specify major items) a.00 15.00 10.00 30.00 15.00 20.00 20.00 12 10. Imported b. Govt. 28 Total Current Assets (26 to 33) 27.00 20.00 20.00 25. Stocks-in-process iii. Investments (other than long term) i.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.00 73.00 20.00 25. Excise c. Inventory: i.00 25.00 25.00 12.00 30. Receivables other than deferred & exports (incldg. Indigenous 25.00 20.00 20.of months 31-Mar-11 31-Mar-12 31-Mar-12 12 15. d.98 204.00 20.00 12 5.00 15. Advances to suppliers of raw materials and stores/spares 26.00 25.05 15.00 10. Deposits Customs & b.00 31-Mar-14 12 20. Lacs Year No.00 30.00 20.01 ASSETS Name: ISG RopeWay Project Amounts in Rs.00 10.98 109.05 Confidential Page 38 28/01/2010 . bills purchased and discounted by banks) 24.

Other non-current assets including dues from directors 35.00 108. Non-consumable stores and spares 34. good will.10) 5.00 189.36) 270. Others ii. Others a. 42.02 5.86 311. Current Ratio (34 / 10) Total OUTSIDE Liabilities / Tangible Net Worth (18 / 44) Total TERM Liabilities / Tangible Net Worth (17 / 44) Confidential Page 39 28/01/2010 . 38.89 183. Advances to suppliers of capital goods and contractors iii.00 81.01 FIXED ASSETS 29.04 5.06 37.00 321.00 162.06 5.89 0. 41.00 OTHER NON-CURRENT ASSETS 32. bad / doubtful debts not provided for.98 121. machinery. Net Block (35 . Investments/book debts/advances/deposits which are not current assets Investments in subsidiary i.00 54.05 257.00 270. 40. Receivables.89 372.86 68. Depreciation to date 31.98 10.77 0.00 398. months 33.05 10. prelim. companies / affiliates b.05 419.42) Net Working Capital (34 .89 9.98 337. over 6 d.00 270.38 0. c.00 243.expenses. Gross Block (land.ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.76 0. b. work-in-progress) 30. Total Other Non-current Assets (38 to 40) Intangible Assets (patents. 36.86 14.00 216. building.00 27.00 355. 39. Total Assets (34+37+41+42) Tangible Net Worth (24 . etc. a.00 270. Deferred receivables (maturity exceeding 1 year) iv.00 450.

05 26.Bk.06 2.86 300.88 16.98 0.12 7.00 372.12 19.18 46.86 12.12 300.47 9.81 47 0.01% 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Net Sales PBT PBT/Sales % PAT Cash Accruals Paid up Capital TNW TOL/TNW Current Ratio Growth in Sales % Efficiency Ratios Net Sales / Total Tangible Assets Return on Assets (PBT / TTA) % Operating Costs / Sales % Bank Finance / Current Assets (%) Inventory and Receiv. / Net Sales (days) Total Curr.00 93.cred) to TCA (%) Inventories to Net Sales(days) 136.00 89.28 0.63 46.89 0.86 43.32 16.05 0.16 73.51 13.00 90.01 ISG RopeWay Project Performance and Financial Indicators 31-Mar-11 Amounts in Rs.23 4.32 26. 31-Mar-12 Lacs 31-Mar-12 195.00 49 283.50 11.00 68.37 2.98 121.12 53.32 61.86 0.86 0.86 68. (NWC) Assess.75 2.91 55.02 14.04 10.00 47 204.89 21.05 257.91 61.44 7.89 183.07 49 Confidential Page 40 28/01/2010 .ISG Ropeway Project Business Plan V.68 0.00 257.25 32.74 54.89 15.67% 31-Mar-14 225.00 337.98 13.84 0.Asset (TCA) Other Current Liabilities (OCL) Working Capital Gap Net Working.06 9.81 2.00 121.43 5.00 183.77 N/A 166.sund.00 61.16 27.96 6.89 TCA (%) Other CL (exc.16 300.86 5.00 419.00 311.46% 0.Finance (ABF) NWC to TCA (%) Sundry Cred.98 0.00 44 134.Cap.15 57.00 90.91 23.32 0.00 40 73.38 21.76 17.67 44 0.71 40 0.05 0.06 10.98 34.91 300.

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