Engro Foods

Topics: Milk, Strategic management, Strategic planning Pages: 3 (808 words) Published: December 30, 2012
Engro Foods

Executive Summary

The repot at hand provides useful insight about Engro Pakistan Ltd, a private fertilizer firm that keeps about 22 % of market share in the milk food industry Pakistan. Established in 2005, a100% owned subsidiary– First investment of dairy plant Processed milk market is growing at approx. 20% per annum Olper’s achieved peak market shares of 12.3% within 6 months of launch Other products launched–Olper’s Cream, OLwell– High Calcium Low Fat Milk (Premium Brand) Plans to expand product portfolio.Milk processing capacity increased by 200% to 200 million liters annually, will become the only company in Pakistan covering the entire milk catchments area. Already has the second larges tchilled milk collection system in the country Distribution network to double from 58 towns to119 towns by the end of 2007JV with global food major in advanced stage of negotiation Forcesin the external environment that affect company’s performance are, political, economic, social and technological whereas company-specific external forces are Major Players in the food Industry, which are ten in number; Nestle being the leader with 41 % market share. Typical packed milk consumers are the children. Therefore, Engro-foods has a large number of consumers throughout the country. After the introduction The EFL mission and vision statement, External and internal audit steeple analysis, situational analysis i.e., SWOT analysis IEF matrix .EFA Matrix BCG matrix, space Matrix, PAQSM and at the end FINANCIAL RATIO ANALYSIS of the company has also been done. The company core competencies also discussed. Finally, certain recommendations are also given at the end of the report.

Introduction to Engro Pakistan

Engro Chemical Pakistan Limited is the second largest producer of Urea fertilizer in Pakistan.The company was incorporated in 1965 and was formerly Exxon Chemical Pakistan Limited until 1991, when Exxon decided to divest their fertilizer business on a...
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