Ppp in Dairy Sector

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Public Private Partnership in
Indian Dairy Industry
Initiating White Revolution - II
May 2010

Acknowledgement

We are thankful to Confederation of Indian Industries
(CII) for giving us the opportunity to present this
background paper for the International Conference on
Dairy Industry
We would also like to express gratitude to the members
of the CII’s National Committee on Dairy for sharing their ideas and knowledge and making their important
contribution in preparation of this background paper. We
are also thankful to YES Bank & the State Bank of India
for their inputs on the banking perspective.
Authors

Technopak Advisors Pvt. Ltd.




Dr. Sukumar Chand
Mr. Aneesh Saraiya
Mr. V. Sridhar
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Contents
Executive Summary
The Indian Dairy Industry:
Framing the Perspective

09

Issues & Challenges:
Dissecting the Supply Chain

14

Review of Existing Govt. Initiatives:
A Reality Check

19

Public Private Partnership:
A Win-Win Approach

25

Financing the Dairy Sector:
Issues and Way Forward

29

About CII
About Technopak

5

A to C

Assistance to Co-operatives

BMC

Bulk Milk Coolers

Acronyms & Abbreviations
A.I

AMUL
CII

DAHD
DCS

DVCF
Govt.
GTIS

HACCP
IDDP
LPD
ISO

MMPO
MNCs

MoFPI
MT

NABARD
NDDB
NDRI
NGO

NPCBB
OF

PPP

PPPAC

SIQ & CMP
SME
SMP

UHT

Artificial Insemination

Anand Milk Union Limited

Confederation of Indian Industry

Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying
Dairy Cooperative Societies
Dairy Venture Capital Fund
Government of India

Global Trade Information Services

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point
Intensive Dairy Development Program
Litres Per Day

International organisation for standardization
Milk and Milk Products Order
Multinational Companies

Ministry of Food Processing Industries
Million Tons

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development
National Dairy Development Board
National Dairy Research Institute
Non-Government-Organisation

National Program for Cattle and Buffalo Breeding
Operation Flood

Public Private Partnerships

Public Private Partnerships Appraisal Committee

Strengthening infrastructure and quality and Clean Milk production Small and Medium Scale Enterprises
Skimmed Milk Powder
Ultra High Treated

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Executive Summary

















80% of the Indian dairy
industry is unorganized

A huge base of around 11
million farmers organised into
about 0.1 million village Dairy
Cooperative Societies.

In India about 55% of the
total milk is produced by
buffalo
A demand supply gap has
become imminent in the
Indian dairy industry.

Lack of proper cold chain
facilities and logistics leads to
revenue and milk losses
The return of investment for
the farmers is on the decline

There is a need for incentives
for the private corporate
houses and conglomerates to
venture into dairy sector

Huge gap in the production
standards presents for the
need for an intervention to
boost the overall yield and in
productivity parameters.

*Projected milk yield for 2010,
Technopak analysis

Milk production in India has come a long way over the years from a low volume of 17mn tons in 1951 to 110 million tonnes in 2009 which is projected to reach 115 million tons in 2010*. Today, India is the world leader in milk production and the Indian dairy industry stands at a mammoth size of US$ 70 billion. The Indian dairy industry presently contributes about 15 % to the total milk production of the world. The laurels of this numero uno position emanates from a huge base of around 11 million farmers organised into about 1 lakh Village Dairy Cooperative Societies. The Indian dairy market is currently growing at an annual growth rate of 7% at current prices. In todays context, a demand supply gap has become imminent in the dairy industry because of the dynamic demographic pattern,...
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