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Amul dairy products, planning substantial operations in order to keep pace in its ever increasing growth

It has been reported that there will be a hike in the milk prices chiefly in Western India in regions like Rajasthan and Maharashtra. As a result of surplus stock of dairy product like the skimmed milk powder in the country, places like Gujarat, Delhi and the South will not experience any further hike in milk prices incredibly.

The two dairy cooperatives in the region namely, The Mahanand and Kolkhapur Zila Sahakari Dudh Utpadak Sangh Ltd had augmented the retail prices by Rs.1-2 per litre owing to the pressure from the retail lobby. Concurrently, the Rajasthan Cooperative Dairy Federation (RCDF) has been devising to raise its procurement prices for the purpose of attracting the farmers to the dairying activities. As such this decision has been rationalized from the words of the present chairman of the RCDF, Jog S Balot that as their milk procurement has slumped from 3.6 million litres a day to 2.6 million litres a day in the advent of summer; it’s a high time for them to attract the farmers.

Obstinately, it has been aforementioned by the managing director of GCMMF, R S Sodhi that as they always maintain a pan India margin, so having not raised the milk prices in the past 12-13 months from now on, and as on date, there will be no plan to further raise the retail prices. But conferring to the words of the managing director of the Tamil Nadu based Hatsun Agro; R G Chandramogan the fact which has been endowed is that the remaining 80, 000 tonnes of SMP inventory in India will not lead to any hike in the milk prices, but sooner the inventory will diminish owing to excessive demand for the value added products like Ice Cream, especially during summer.

Of late, it has been found that the GCMMF is having a commotion for extensive operations throughout the country by the close of 2015, through the targeting to set up 1000 additional franchisees, in contempt of possessing 8000 franchisees and more than 100 units which covers more than 2000 towns across India. An immense pace have been accomplished with the retailing formats of AMUL such as the Amul Preferred Outlets and the Amul Ice Cream parlours in respect of multiplying the store count from 3000 odd to a strong chain of 8000 outlets in the last five years.

On 12th May, 2015, the GCMMF had cited that on the back of the ever rising consumption of its dairy products, it is expecting an 18% rise in turnover at Rs.24, 500 crore this fiscal.

Although the prices of its dairy products are liable to tick up as 4-5% with the last financial year, the company is expecting increased milk procurement by 13-14%. Outside Gujarat, notably places like Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, West Bengal and Punjab, the GCMMF had outstretched its procurement network.

It has been mentioned by Sodhi that straight away, the procurement of cow milk is done at Rs.27-28 per litre and the procurement of buffalo milk is done at Rs.40-41 per litre, where the buffalo milk stands out as 60% of the entire milk procurement. Besides, increase in the selling of bulk commodities of its dairy products such as skimmed milk powder and ghee will be also monitored. Within the next two years, the milk processing capacity of the dairy processing plant will be increased to 320 lakh litres per day from present 230 lacs litres per day.

In a word, it may be concluded that, a hike in the milk price will be experienced chiefly in Western India in regions like Rajasthan and Maharashtra. As a result of surplus stock of dairy products like the skimmed milk powder in the country, places like Gujarat, Delhi and the South will not experience any further hike in milk prices incredibly.

The GCMMF is having a commotion for extensive operations throughout the country by the close of 2015, through the targeting to set up 1000 additional franchisees, in contempt of possessing 8000 franchisees and more than 100 units which covers more than 2000 towns across India. On 12th May, 2015, the GCMMF had cited that on the back of the ever rising consumption, it is expecting an 18% rise in turnover at Rs.24, 500 crore this fiscal. Although the prices of the dairy products are liable to tick up as 4-5% with the last financial year, the company is expecting increased milk procurement by 13-14%.

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