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1. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENTS
Our Company is a manufacturing and trading organization having its production/refining plant of Edible Oils. Our manufacturing process involves refining of Crude Oils to obtain Refined Rice Bran Oil, Canola Oil, Soya Bean Oil, Sunflower Oil and Rice Bran Bleached Oil. During the refining process certain by-products are also manufactured such as Rice Bran Fatty Acid Oil, Rice Bran Wax, Gums and Spent Earth which are also saleable. Further, we also import crude oils, process them and sell the finished product. We also trade in both edible and non-edible oils.
Overview of Edible oil Industry: Oilseeds and edible oils are two of the most sensitive essential commodities. India is one of the largest producers of oilseeds in the world and this sector occupies an important position in the agricultural economy, accounting for production of 27.51 million tons of nine cultivated oil seeds during the year 2014-15 (November-October) as per Final Estimates released by the Ministry of Agriculture on 09.05.2016. India contributes about 6-7% of the world oilseeds production. Export of Edible oils was 38317.56 tons in the financial year 2014-15 valued at Rs. 46040.37 Lacs.
Types of Oils commonly in use in India: India is fortunate in having a wide range of oilseeds crops grown in its different agro climatic zones. Groundnut, mustard/rapeseed, sesame, safflower, linseed, niger seed/castor are the major traditionally cultivated oilseeds. Soyabean and sunflower have also assumed importance in recent years. Coconut is most important amongst the plantation crops. Efforts are being made to grow oil palm in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and North- Eastern parts of the country in addition to Kerala and Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Among the non-conventional oils, rice bran oil and cottonseed oil are the most important. In addition, oilseeds of tree and forest origin, which grow mostly in tribal inhabited areas, are also a significant source of oils.
Consumption Pattern of Edible Oils in India: India is a vast country and inhabitants of several of its regions have developed specific preference for certain oils largely depending upon the oils available in the region. For example, people in the South and West prefer groundnut oil while those in the East and North use mustard/rapeseed oil. Likewise several pockets in the South have a preference for coconut and sesame oil. Inhabitants of northern plain are basically consumers of fats and therefore prefer Vanaspati, a term used to denote a partially hydrogenated edible oil mixture of oils like soyabean, sunflower, rice bran and cottonseed and oils. Many new oils from oilseeds of tree and forest origin have found their way to the edible pool largely through vanaspati route. Of late, things have changed. Through modern technological means such as physical refining, bleaching and deodorization, all oils have been rendered practically colorless, odorless and tasteless and, therefore, have become easily interchangeable in the kitchen. Oils such as soyabean cottonseed, sunflower, rice bran, palm oil and its liquid fraction- palmolein which were earlier not known have now entered the kitchen. The share of raw oil, refined oil and vanaspati in the total edible oil market is estimated roughly at 35%, 55% and 10% respectively. About 50% of domestic demand of edible oils is met through imports out of which palm oil/palmolein constitutes about 80%. The consumption of refined palmolein (RBD palmolein) as well as its blending with other oils has increased substantially over the years and is used extensively in hotels, restaurants and in preparation of wide varieties of food products.
Major Features of Edible Oil Economy: There are two major features, which have significantly contributed to the development of this sector. One was the setting up of the Technology Mission on Oilseeds in 1986 which has been converted into a National Mission on Oilseeds and Oil Palm (NMOOP) in 2014. This gave a thrust to Governments efforts for augmenting the production of oilseeds. This is evident by the very impressive increase in the production of oilseeds from about 11.3 million tonnes in 1986-87 to 26.68 million tons in 2014-15. Most of the oilseeds are cultivated on marginal land and are dependent on rainfall and other climatic conditions. The other dominant feature which has had significant impact on the present status of edible oilseeds/oil industry has been the program of liberalization under which the Governments economic policy allowing greater freedom to the open market and encourages healthy competition and self regulation rather than protection and control. Controls and regulations have been relaxed resulting in a highly competitive market dominated by both domestic and multinational players.
Overview of Company
Our Company was incorporated as M K Proteins Private Limited under the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 vide certificate of incorporation dated June 15, 2012 in Ambala, Haryana. Subsequently, the name of our Company was changed to M K Proteins Limited pursuant to shareholder resh certificate of incorporation dated February 08, 2017. Our Company is a manufacturing and trading organization having its production/refining plant of Edible Oils. Our manufacturing process involves refining of Crude Oils to obtain Refined
Rice Bran Oil, Canola Oil, Soya Bean Oil, Sunflower Oil and Rice Bran Bleached Oil. During the refining process certain by-products are also manufactured such as Rice Bran Fatty Acid Oil, Rice Bran Wax, Gums and Spent Earth which are also saleable. Further, we also import crude oils, process them and sell the finished product. We also trade in both edible and non-edible oils. The initial installed capacity of the Plant for manufacturing/refining of Vegetable Refined Oil was 120 TPD, which had further expanded to 250 TPD in the year 2014-15. Our company is focused at production of highest quality of edible oil. Our refinery is completely mechanized and today we produce rice bran oil, sunflower oil etc with protein content, with controlled fiber free from oil residue, ash and sand & silica. This is possible only through sustained levels of cleaning, storage and monitoring arrangements. Our Company based on its extensive experience of its promoters and its standards, conforms to major specifications and customer requirements. We firmly believe in benchmark product quality, customer centric approach, people focus, ethical business practices and good corporate citizenship.
2. BUSINESS STRATEGY
Our Company intends to focus on adhering to the quality standards of our products. Our driving force has always been the quality of our products, as it would enable us to have long term standing relationship with our customers. Since, our products are used for human consumption, we have to ensure that the same meets the standards prescribed by law. Further, our Company has got license to act as manufacturer of Edible Oils and Blended Edible Oils under Food Safety and Standards Act, 2006.
We believe in transparency and commitment in our work with our clients. We have an experienced team for taking care of our manufacturing process and our day to day operations. We also consult with external agencies on a case to case basis on technical and financial aspects of our business. We will consistently put efforts among its group of experienced employees to transform them into an outstanding team of empowered professionals which helps in further accelerating the wheels of development of the Organization.
We intend to cater to the increasing demand of our existing clients and also to increase our existing clientele by enhancing the distribution reach of our products in different parts of the country. Our Company operates from Haryana. We propose to increase our marketing and sales team which can focus on different regions and also maintain cordial relationship with our clients. Enhancing our presence in additional region will enable us to reach out to a larger population. Further our Company believes in maintain long term relationship with our clients in terms of increased sales. We aim to achieve this by adding value to our clients through quality assurance and timely delivery of our products.
3. OPPORTUNITIES, THREATS, RISKS AND CONCERN:
We believe that the following strengths have contributed to success and will be competitive advantages for us, supporting our strategy and contribution to improvements in financial performance: -Our promoters have vast experience in the Edible Oil industry and have always believed in maintaining the best quality in our products. Our Company is dedicated towards quality of our products which has helped us to maintain long term relations with our customers and has also facilitated us to entrench with new customers.
-Along with experienced promoters, our company has a team of employees and workers who assist the top management, having knowledge and expertise of core aspects of Edible Oil industry and marketing. We believe that our experience, knowledge and human resources will enable us to drive the business in a successful and profitable manner.
-Our product portfolio consists of wide range of products which differentiate us from other companies. We have product portfolio ranging from Rice Bran Oil, Sunflower Oil, Canola Oil, Soyabean Oil etc,
Threats and Weakness
Price Volatility: Your Company is exposed to commodity price fluctuations in its business. All major raw materials as well as finished goods being agro-based are subject to market price variations. Prices of these commodities continue to be linked to both domestic and international prices, which in turn are dependent on various Macro/ Micro factors. Prices of the Raw materials and finished products manufactured by your Company fluctuate widely due to a host of local and international factors. Your Company continues to place a strong emphasis on the risk management and has successfully introduced and adopted various measures for controlling the price fluctuations in order to minimize its impact on profitability.
Government Policies: The policies announced by the Government have been progressive and are expected to remain likewise in future, and have generally taken an equitable view towards various stake holders, including domestic farmers, industry, consumers etc.
Growing competition in the Edible oil Industry and Threat of cheap import
Un-established Brand Name, Low advertising and visibility and huge requirement of working capital
Since its establishment of the company, the customer base has been increased gradually due to its quality product. Now, the final product of the company has duly been accepted in the market and the management are hopeful to achieve better results in the ensuing year.
4. MARKETING STRATEGY
We have developed a marketing network across northern states in the country. Our marketing team is led by our Directors who are responsible for the overall marketing strategies. Our success lies in the strength of our relationship with our customers who have been associated with us for a long period. Our Sales & Marketing team is headed by our management which keeps itself updated on the customer preference and changes in their requirements from time to time. Our marketing team is also assisted by a technical team. Our promoters Mr. Vinod Kumar and Mr. Raj Kumar, through their vast experience and good rapport with customers play an instrumental role in quality maintenance and timely delivery of products.
We compete with other manufacturers on the basis of product quality and product price including factors, based on reputation, regional needs and customer convenience. While these factors are key parameters in client s decision matrix in purchasing goods; product quality and product price is often the deciding factor in most deals. Due to industry fragmented nature, there is no authentic data available to our Company on total industry size and market share of our Company vis-a-vis the competitors. We believe that the principal factors affecting competition in our business include client relationships, reputation, the abilities of employees, market focus and the relative quality and price of the products.
As per the industry sources, the food consumption in India was $ 135 billion in year 2000. This is expected to be $ 895 billion by 2020. Coupled with this is the fact that over 60% of population is under the age of 30, who are developing, leading and changing consumption behavior. In the coming year, India growth rate, infrastructure focus, good monsoon, Banking reforms, Inflation control, Goods and Service Tax, growing consumerism and disposable income reflects very positive outlook for foods business. International low commodity prices have resulted in increasing demand and imports to bridge the demand-supply gap. This is expected to expand the capacity utilization of all refining facilities.
Considering the global economic scenario and encouraging business conditions in domestic markets, the industry hopes that the Government of India would set (and review from time to time, as may be required) tariff policy so as to stimulate the domestic industry on a consistent basis and harmonize the interest of domestic farmers, processors and consumers through appropriate differential import duties between import of crude and refined edible oils. The industry further hopes that the Government would proactively respond to global factors and genuine requests of the industry on a regular basis so as to foster domestic manufacturing growth and to prop up investments in the domestic manufacturing sector, given the vast potential of edible oil consumption in India.
To bridge the gap between demand and supply, it is, essential to increase the availability of vegetable oils from domestic resources by encouraging diversification of land from good grains to oil seeds, increasing productivity of oil seeds, encourage oil palm cultivation, place oil palm cultivation under plantation crops and fullest exploitation of non traditional domestic sources. This will improve capacity utilization, increase production and productivity thereby bring the industry to be competitive in the international market. The biggest beneficiaries would be the marginal farmers whose entire livelihood depends on the meager earnings that they get from small piece of land.
The Indian economy is showing signs of strength, backed by improvement in overall business sentiments. Given the growth in the overall edible oil consumption, keeping in view the discerning and value conscious need of the growing consumer base, the growth in packed segment has been growing almost twice of the overall edible oil growth in the recent past. The trend is expected to continue due to low base and vast potential.
6. SEGMENT WISE OR PRODUCT-WISE PERFORMANCE
The Company is engaged in single activity (i.e. Manufacturing of Vegetable Refined Oil) and there is no separate reportable segment as per AS-17
7. INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEM AND THEIR ADEQUACY
The Company has aligned its current systems of internal financial control with the requirement of Companies Act 2013. The Internal Control is intended to increase transparency and accountability in an organization ess if designing and implementing a system of internal control. The framework requires a company to identify and analyse risks and manage appropriate responses. The Company has successfully laid down the framework and ensured its effectiveness.
The Company th the size of the company and the nature of its business. These have been designed to provide reasonable assurance with regard to recording and providing reliable financial and operational information, complying with applicable statutes, safeguarding assets from unauthorized use, executing transactions with proper authorization and ensuring compliance of corporate policies. The company has an audit committee, the details of which are provided in the Corporate Governance Report. The audit committee reviews the internal control system and follows up on the implementation of corrective actions, if required. The committee also meets the company ralia their views on the adequacy of internal control system in the Company and keeps the Board of Directors informed of its major observations from time to time. The management also regularly reviews the utilization of fiscal resource, compliance with law, efficiencies, so as to ensure optimum utilization of resources and achieve better efficiencies.
Based on its evaluation (as defined in section 177 of Companies Act 2013), our audit committee has concluded that, as of March 31, 2018, our internal financial controls were adequate and operating effectively.
8. MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT IN HUMAN RESOURCES/INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS FRONT, INCLUDING NUMBER OF PEOPLE EMPLOYED
According to the volume of work of the company, the Company has increased its work force gradually. Being a small size of company, the Remuneration Policy is designed to create a high performance culture. It enables the company to attract retains and motivates employees to achieve better results. The company has taken efforts to set up and maintain an efficient work force. The company is taking steps towards maintaining a low attrition rate which it believes shall be achieved by investing in learning and development programmes for employees, competitive compensation, creating a compelling work environment, empowering employees at all levels as well as a well-structured reward and recognition mechanism.
9 ANALYSIS OF FINANCIALS
The financial performance of the Company for the last three years are given below:
|Depreciation, amortization and impairment expenses (net)||122.42||121.18|
|Profit/(Loss) before tax||220.35||151.32|
|Profit/(Loss) after tax||142.66||98.61|
Revenue and Profits: The Company has earned the total revenue of Rs.14475.34 Lacs, Rs.16453.49 Lacs and Rs.17164.36 Lacs in the year 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18 respectively. It reflects the increasing trend in the revenue since its inception. The Company has recorded a Profit/(Loss) after tax of Rs.72.22 Lacs, Rs.98.61 Lacs and Rs.142.66 Lacs in the year 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18 respectively.
10. CAUTIONARY STATEMENT
Statements in the management discussion and analysis may be eaning of applicable securities laws and regulations. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed or implied. Important factors that could make a difference to your Company s affecting demand/supply and price conditions in the domestic and international markets, changes in the Government regulations, tax laws, other statutes and other incidental factors.
|By Order of the Board of Directors|
|Dated: 28-08-2018||(Vinod Kumar)|