Amul, the taste of India is supposed to helm in different parts of India

It has been contemplated that soi-disant largest dairy in Asia, Banas of Amul has been prearranged to be set into its operation in its plant in  Jodhpur after successfully revamping in its business of the amul products in  Delhi, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh. It was revealed by the chairman of Banas, Parthi Bhatol that this dairy has enrolled into a new record of sorts by bestowing an average of Rs.682 per kilo of fat to the milk producers amid the year. It has been noted from the words of the Managing Director of Banas, Sanjay Karmchandani that this district union has been achieving this growth owing to strong economic measures.

It has been acclaimed by the Managing Director of the Gujarat Milk Marketing Federation Limited that their company turn into a Rs.50, 000 crore company by 2020. The state of the art product categories of Amul like the paneer, cream and flavoured milk has been accelerating at a rate of 20-25% on a volume basis annually. They had applied the Project 3E-expansion about three years ago in connection with processing, expansion in procurement and expansion of distribution. They GCMMF have been bank rolling Rs.1, 200 crore annually in order to expand their processing capabilities which will be endured as such for the next four years.

The requirement of Amul cheese has been growing by leaps and bounds as more than 10% and the GCMMF as such are running at 100% capacity. By the starting of December on this year their capacity will be coupled together with the accomplishment of the new Greenfield project. They are having a game plan of possessing 100% of the market in cheese the way they are in butter. Within the next one year period, the entire invest on cheese will be Rs.700 crore. The market of butter for Amul will not be affected due to its large scale manufacture.

In a word, it may be concluded that so called largest dairy in Asia, Banas of Amul has been prearranged to be set into its operation in its plant in Jodhpur after successfully revamping in its business of the amul products in Delhi, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh. The Managing Director of the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Limited had claimed that their company turn will eventually into a Rs.50, 000 crore company by 2020. They GCMMF have been bank rolling Rs.1, 200 crore annually in order to expand their processing capabilities which will be endured as such for the next four years.