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Title: IFFCO AT A GLANCE 200405


1
IFFCO AT A GLANCE
(Published in May 2008)
2
I N D E X
  • S. No C o n t e n t s
    Page No.
  • 1. Origin of IFFCO 01
  • 2. IFFCO In Brief 02
  • 3. Share Capital 04
  • 4. Membership 05
  • 5. Cumulative Performance 06
  • 6. IFFCO Plants 08
  • 7. Growth in Production Capacities 13
  • 8. Achievements / Highlights of 2007-08 16
  • 9. Production Performance 21
  • 10. Marketing Territories and Channels 30
  • 11. Distribution and Warehousing 32
  • 12. Sales Performance 33
  • 13. Financial Performance/Credit Ratings 40
  • 14. Human Resources 47
  • 15. Service to Farmers 49
  • Cordet / Bio Fertilisers 54
  • Information and Communication Technology 57
  • 18. Major Awards Received 61

3
FOREWORD
The booklet IFFCO at a Glance is a popular
annual compilation providing key information of
the Society in a concise format. I am happy that
the booklet, apart from providing vital
information to the visitors, is being used by
IFFCO officials as a ready reckoner of
statistical data. Important Information have
been incorporated under chapter Vision 2010 for
convenience of our International Guests. With
Best Wishes (Dr. U.S.
AWASTHI)
Managing Director
4
ORIGIN OF IFFCO
  • Till mid sixties cooperatives in India had no
    production facility despite marketing nearly 70
    of fertilisers.
  • IFFCO was established as the farmers own
    initiative in Cooperative Sector on 3rd Nov. 1967
    with the proposed plants at Kalol Kandla.
  • With the enactment of Multi State Co-operative
    Societies Act 2002, the Society is deemed to be
    registered as a Multi State Co-operative Society.
    The Society is fully owned by Cooperatives.

5
IFFCO - IN BRIEF
(AS ON May 2008)
  • Largest producer of fertilisers in the country
  • No. of Plant Locations Five
  • Installed Annual Capacity (000 MT)
  • UREA - 4242.2
  • NPK/DAP - 4335.4
  • TOTAL N - 2628.2
  • TOTAL P2O5 - 1712.8

6
IFFCO - IN BRIEF
  • Only Fertiliser Institution in the country to
    produce 68.47 lakh MT of fertilisers and 93.24
    lakh MT of sales during 2007-08
  • Contributed about 20 to the total N and 25
    to the total P2O5 produced in the country
    during the year 2007-08
  • Fertilisers marketed through 39564 Cooperative
    Societies and 158 Farmers Service Centres
  • Service to the Farmers through a variety of
    programmes

7
SHARE CAPITAL
(As on 31st March 2008)
(Rs in Crore)
Authorised Share Capital 1000.00 Subscribed
and 423.93 Paid up Capital (All Share
Capital wholly owned by Cooperatives only)
8
GROWTH IN NUMBER OF MEMBER SOCIETIES
(As on 31st March)
9
CUMULATIVE PRODUCTION TILL DATE
(As on 31st March 2008)
(Lakh MT)
10
CUMULATIVE ACHIEVEMENTS TILL DATE
(As on 31st March 2008)
FERTILISER PRODUCTION 1037 Lakh MT FERTILISER
SALE 1126 Lakh MT TURNOVER Rs. 92005
Crore PROFIT BEFORE TAX Rs. 6445
Crore PROFIT AFTER TAX Rs. 4994
Crore CONTRIBUTION TO EXCHEQUER Rs. 5103
Crore
11
KALOL UNIT
YEAR OF COMMISSIONING 1975 INVESTMENT Rs.
71.23 Crore YEAR OF EXPANSION 1997 INVESTMENT
Rs. 149.70 Crore PRODUCT CAPACITY
TECHNOLOGY TPD TPA AMMONIA 1100 3,63,000
M.W. KELLOG HTAS UREA 1650 5,44,500
STAMICARBON and H G N 759 2,50,470

12
KANDLA UNIT
YEAR OF COMMISSIONING 1975 INVESTMENT
Rs. 24.26 Crore YEAR OF FIRST EXPANSION
1981 INVESTMENT Rs. 28.60 Crore YEAR OF
SECOND EXPANSION 1999 INVESTMENT Rs.
205.30 Crore PRODUCT CAPACITY
TECHNOLOGY TPA P2O5 9,10,000 FOUR
STREAMS (A,B,C D) BASED ON TVA SLURRY
GRANULATION PROCESS. TWO STREAMS (E F)
BASED ON AZF PIPE REACTOR TECHNOLOGY. N
3,51,540
13
PHULPUR UNIT
YEAR OF COMMISSIONING 1981 INVESTMENT Rs.
205.2 Crore Phulpur - I YEAR OF EXPANSION
1997 INVESTMENT Rs.1190 Crore Phulpur
II YEAR OF DEBOTTLENECKING 2008 INVESTMENT
Rs.185.3 Crore PRODUCT CAPACITY
TECHNOLOGY TPD TPA AMMONIA 2955 9,75,150
KELLOG HTAS UREA 5145 16,97,850
SNAMPROGETTI N 2367 7,81,011
14
AONLA UNIT
YEAR OF COMMISSIONING 1988 INVESTMENT Rs.
651.6 Crore AONLA- I YEAR OF EXPANSION
1996 INVESTMENT Rs. 954.7 Crore AONLA-
II YEAR OF DEBOTTLENECKING 2008 INVESTMENT
Rs.149.2 Crore PRODUCT CAPACITY
TECHNOLOGY TPD TPA AMMONIA 3480 11,48,400
HALDOR TOPSOE UREA 6060 19,99,800
SNAMPROGETTI N 2788 9,19,908
15
PARADEEP UNIT
INVESTMENT Rs. 2237 Crore PRODUCT
CAPACITY TECHNOLOGY TPA PHOS. ACID
8,75,000 JACOBS ENG. SULPHURIC ACID
23,10,000 LURGI GmbH P2O5 (Fert. Grades)
8,02,800 JACOBS ENG. N 3,25,200 POWER 2
x 55 M W
16
GROWTH IN PRODUCTION CAPACITIES
(000 MT)
17
GROWTH IN PRODUCTION CAPACITIES
(Lakh MT)
18
Commitment to Better Environment Quality
Management
  • All IFFCO Units and townships have attractive
    landscape surrounded by thousands of trees.
  • Kalol, Phulpur, Aonla and Kandla Units hold
    ISO-14001 Certificate for Environment Management
    System.
  • Kalol, Phulpur and Aonla Units have received
    ISO-9001 for Quality Management.

19
HIGHLIGHTS OF 2007-08
Contd.
20
HIGHLIGHTS OF 2007-08
Includes Paradeep Unit
21
HIGHLIGHTS OF 2007-08
KALOL Produced of 5.45 lakh MT of Urea with
capacity utilisation of 100. Achieved lowest
specific energy consumption of 5.956 Gcal/MT of
Urea during 2007-08. PHULPUR Highest ever
yearly production of 15.54 lakh MT of Urea with
capacity utilisation of 110. Previous best was
14.56 lakh MT in 2006-2007. Phulpur-I operated
with lowest specific energy consumption of 6.862
Gcal/MT of Urea. Phulpur-II operated with
specific energy consumption of 5.8335 Gcal/MT of
Urea.
22
HIGHLIGHTS OF 2007-08
AONLA Highest ever yearly production of 18.65
lakh MT of Urea with capacity utilisation of
108. Previous best was 17.70 lakh MT of Urea
in 2006-07. Aonla-I and Aonla-II operated with
specific energy consumption of 5.7059 Gcal/MT and
5.5170 Gcal/MT of Urea , respectively.
  • KANDLA
  • The unit produced 20.18 lakh MT of NPK/DAP/MAP.
    Best production was 26.86 lakh MT of NPK/DAP in
    2005-06.
  • The plant operated with specific energy
    consumption of 0.2237 Gcal/MT of P2O5. Best was
    0.222 Gcal/MT of P2O5 in 2005-06.
  • Achieved P2O5 efficiency of 73.2 during 2007-08
    as compared to best of 99.51 in 2002-03.

23
HIGHLIGHTS OF 2007-08
PARADEEP Unit produced 8.66 lakh MT of NP/DAP
during the year 2007-08 registering a rise of
15.5 over last year. MARKETING
DIVISION Society achieved highest ever sales of
93.24 lakh MT of fertilisers during 2007-08.
Previous best was 86.10 lakh MT in
2006-07. Society achieved highest ever sales of
54.29 lakh MT of Urea and highest ever 38.95 lakh
MT NP/NPK/DAP/MOP during 2007-08. Previous best
was 52.41 lakh MT of Urea and 33.69 lakh MT of
NPK/DAP during 2006-07.
24
TOTAL FERTILISER PRODUCTION
(Lakh MT)
25
PRODUCTWISE PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE
(Lakh MT)
26
NUTRIENTWISE PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE
(Lakh MT)
27
UNITWISE PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE
(Lakh MT)
Contd
28
UNITWISE PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE
(Lakh MT)
29
STREAM DAYS ACHIEVED
30
STREAM DAYS ACHIEVED
31
STREAM DAYS ACHIEVED
32
CAPACITY UTILISATION
(As Percentage)
33
MARKETING TERRITORIES OF IFFCO
34
MARKETING CHANNELS
  • Distribution of fertilisers mainly through the
    Cooperative System
  • State level Apex Cooperative Marketing Federation
    acts as wholesaler
  • Direct supplies to Societies in some States
  • IFFCO-NCDC Cooperative Societies
  • Small quantities to institutional agencies like
    Agro
  • Industries Corporation etc
  • 158 IFFCO Farmers Service Centres

35
DISTRIBUTION WAREHOUSING
  • TRANSPORTATION
  • Both by Rail (88) and Road (12)
  • WAREHOUSING
  • Federations Cooperative Godowns
  • Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC) and
  • State Warehousing Corporation (SWC)

36
TOTAL SALE OF FERTILISERS
(Lakh MT)
37
SALES PERFORMANCE
(Lakh MT)
38
SALES PERFORMANCE
(Lakh MT)
39
SALES DURING KHARIF SEASON
(Lakh MT)
40
SALES DURING KHARIF SEASON
(Lakh MT)
41
SALES DURING RABI SEASON
(Lakh MT)
42
SALES DURING RABI SEASON
(Lakh MT)
43
FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
(Rs. Crore)

44
PROFIT BEFORE TAX (PBT)
(Rs. Crore)
45
PROFIT AFTER TAX (PAT)
(Rs. Crore)
46
TURNOVER
(Rs. Crore)
47
NETWORTH
(Rs. Crore)
48
CREDIT RATINGS ASSIGNED TO IFFCO
  • CRISIL Ratings -
  • AA/ Stable rating on IFFCOS Long Term Borrowing
    Programme. This rating indicates high degree of
    safety with regard to timely payment of interest
    and principal on the instrument.
  • Assigned a P1 rating to IFFCOs Rs. 100 Crore
    Commercial Paper Programme. This rating indicates
    that the degree of safety with regard to timely
    payment of interest and principal on the
    instrument is Very Strong.
  • Governance and Value Creation (GVC) rating at
    GVC Level 2 to IFFCO. This rating indicates
    that the capability of the Society with respect
    to wealth creation for all its stakeholders,
    while adopting sound corporate governance
    practices, is high.

  • Contd.

49
CREDIT RATINGS ASSIGNED TO IFFCO
  • FITCH Ratings -
  • Short Term Rating of F1 (Ind) to IFFCOs Rs.
    100 crore commercial paper Programme.
  • Long Term Rating of AA (Ind) to the Long Term
    Debt Programme of IFFCO. The outlook on the long
    term Rating is Stable.
  • CARE Ratings -
  • PR1 (PR one plus) rating to IFFCOs Short Term
    Loans having tenure upto one year.
  • CARE AA (Double A) rating to External Commercial
    Borrowings and other existing long term
    borrowings having tenure of over one year.

50
HUMAN RESOURCES
PRODUCTIVITY PER EMPLOYEE (MT)(Production
Units)


Including Paradeep Unit
51
HUMAN RESOURCES
PRODUCTIVITY PER EMPLOYEE (MT)(Marketing
Division)
52
SERVICE TO FARMERS
  • Agricultural Extension and fertiliser use
    promotion programmes are an integral part of
    the marketing activity. Programmes are conducted
    at Area/State/Zonal offices under the guidance of
    agricultural scientists.
  • Programmes undertaken are
  • Balanced Fertilisation programmes
  • Adoption of villages for all round socio-economic

    development
  • Farmers visit to various agricultural institutes
    and research farms
  • Farmers Meetings, Field Days and Crop Seminars
  • Static/Mobile Soil Testing Laboratories with
    Audio-visual aids

53
SERVICE TO FARMERS
(Number)
54
SERVICE TO FARMERS
(Number)

55
SERVICE TO FARMERS
(Rs. In Lakh)
56
SERVICE TO FARMERS
  • Other Social Activities/Development Programmes
    include
  • Supply of fodder in drought prone areas
  • Veterinary Checkup and Distribution of
    Medicines
  • Human Health Checkup and Distribution of
    Medicines
  • Providing drinking water facilities
  • Assistance to School / School children
  • Watershed development projects

57
COOPERATIVE RURAL DEVELOPMENT TRUST (CORDET)
  • PROMOTED BY IFFCO
  • LOCATIONS
  • KALOL (GUJARAT)
  • PHULPUR (U.P.)
  • KANDLA (GUJARAT)
  • ACTIVITIES OF CORDET
  • Farmers Training
  • Soil Testing
  • Bio Fertiliser Production
  • Demonstration Farming
  • Seed Multiplication

58
PRODUCTION OF BIO - FERTILISERS
CORDET - PHULPUR KALOL (Annual
Capacity 75 MT 165 MT)
(Qty in MT)
CORDET- KALOL commissioned w.e.f. 16.02.2004 with
annual capacity of 165 MT.
59
SALES OF BIO - FERTILISERS
(Qty in MT)
60
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
  • Wide Area Network (WAN) upto Area Office level
    with Corporate Server at Delhi.
  • Virtual Private Network (VPN) connecting all
    Offices of IFFCO.
  • IP Telephones available upto Area Office. Many
    phones have video facility.
  • Among first Corporate to successfully implement
    e-procurement based on Public Key Infrastructure,
    Digital Certificate under legal framework of IT
    ACT 2000.
  • Integrated Corporate enterprise wide Applications
    in all Areas like HR, Finance, Marketing,
    Transportation, Materials, Maintenance,
    Production etc.
  • Benefit of Pre-audit annual accounts by 1st week
    of April every year for the last five years.
  • Server consolidated at Head Office and disaster
    recovery system set up at Kalol.

61
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
  • All Software developed by in-house expertise,
    often consulted by other organizations.
  • HRMS, an in-house developed ERP, having 25
    applications for better Corporate Governance and
    internal workflow.
  • Intranet applications on Rules Procedures,
    News, Weather, Crop growing periods, Notice
    Board, Technical Papers, Telephone, Blood Group,
    Software Project Monitoring and Hardware
    Complaints etc.
  • Multilingual Agri Information Portal to extend
    benefit of ICT to Cooperatives and farmers. More
    than 100 touch screen based Kiosks installed in
    16 states.
  • Free Multilingual email facilities to
    Cooperatives.
  • Work flow applications implemented to reduce
    paper work.

62
IFFCOs MPLS VPN
Airtel VPN
BSNL VPN
63
Remote offices
Saket office
Internet
Network Security Setup
Airtel
Spectra net- 1
VSAT
VSAT
VSAT
VSAT
VSAT
PIX 506
Spectra net- 2
Router
Gig0/2
PIX 506
IPS In Inline Mode
Phulpaur
Paradeep LAN
Aonla
External Switch
Kalol
Kandla LAN
Gig0/1
PIX Firewall in HA Mode
ASA Firewall
Internal Switch
SO AO Mktg offices
LAN
Core L3 Switch
MPLS CLOUD 600 Connections 91 Direct on
MPLS and 509 MPLS VPN Client
User Zone
Core Router In GLBP Mode
Checkpoint Firewall on Alteon
Call Manager VMS, ACS, Checkpoint Security
servers
Chandigrah
Servers
3560 L3 Switch
Servers
Lucknow
Bhopal
Banglore
Kolkata
VSAT Connectivity to Zonal Offices
64
MAJOR AWARDS RECEIVED
KALOL
  • Seven Awards for Best Overall Performance from
    FAI
  • Two Awards for Industrial Safety from GOI
  • Award for Technical Innovation from FAI
  • Two Raj Bhasha Shields for promoting Hindi
  • Four Awards for Safety from National Safety
    Council, Chicago, one Award from Gujarat Safety
    Council and Certificate of Lowest Disability
    Injury Index
  • Indo German Greentech Environment Excellence
    Award
  • National Safety Award (Runner up)
  • Two National Energy Conservation Award and
    Letter of Appreciation from Govt. of Gujarat
  • Vishwakarma Rashtriya Puraskar to three
    employees from Govt. of India

Contd.
65
MAJOR AWARDS RECEIVED
  • KANDLA
  • Twelve Safety Awards from National Safety
    Council , Mumbai, GOI
  • Twenty five Safety Awards from Gujarat Safety
    Council, Vadodra
  • Nineteen Awards for safety from National
    Safety Council, USA
  • Letter of Appreciation from GEB for Energy
    Conservation
  • Raj Bhasha Award for promoting Hindi and
    Sahasrabdi Shield by
  • Rashtriya Hindi Academy
  • Eight Awards for Best Overall Performance and
    one Award for
  • Excellance in Safety from FAI
  • Golden Peacock Environment Management Award
  • Certificate of Honour from Gujarat Safety
    Council for 3 million
  • man hours without accident

66
MAJOR AWARDS RECEIVED
PHULPUR
  • Four Awards for productivity from NPC
  • Six National Safety Awards from GOI
  • Seven Awards for Best overall Performance from
    FAI
  • Two Awards for Technical Innovation from FAI
  • Award for Best Production Performance in
    Nitrogenous Fertiliser
  • Eight National Energy Conservation Awards
  • Three Awards for Best Environmental Protection
    from FAI
  • TERI Corporate Environment Award
  • Best Environmental Excellence Award from
    Indo-German
    Greentech Foundation
  • Two Best Technical Paper Award by FAI
  • Contd

67
MAJOR AWARDS RECEIVED
PHULPUR
  • Best Pollution Control Implementation Gold
    Award and Rajiv Ratna National Gold Award for
    Best Pollution Control
  • Jointly received FAI Award for Best Overall
    Performance of an operating Fertiliser Unit for
    the year 2006-07 with Zuari Industries Ltd Goa
  • Indira Gandhi Memorial National Award for
    Excellence in Indian Industries
  • Best Chief Executive Gold Award to IFFCO-
    Phulpur
  • Award for Excellence in Water Management
  • First Prize to an Article titled Implementation
    of Energy Saving Project at IFFCO Phulpur
    Unit published in the Indian Journal of
    Fertilisers ( Fertiliser News) in March 2006

68
MAJOR AWARDS RECEIVED
  • AONLA
  • Award for Best Implemented Project (Second Prize)
    from GOI
  • Four Awards for Conservation of Energy from GOI
  • National Award for Excellence in Energy
    Management
  • Indo German and Greentech Environment Excellence
    Award
  • Award for Best overall performance from FAI
  • Two Awards for Excellence in Safety from FAI
  • Two Safety Awards from National Safety Council of
    India
  • Rajiv Ratna National Gold Award 2005 for Best
    Executive
  • Excellence Award for papers published on Safety
    and Health in Chemical Industry and Hazard
    Identification Risk Management

69
MAJOR AWARDS RECEIVED
  • OTHERS
  • IFFCO has been ranked 1st in Sales Turnover and
    2nd in terms of Networth and Profitability
    amongst unlisted enterprises by Economic Times
    Intelligence Group
  • 1st Prize for Best Corporate Film from NCUI
  • Best managed Workforce Award for the year 2004
    from Hewitt Associates and CNBC TV-18
  • Three awards for Best Display in FAI Exhibitions
  • Two Awards for Highly Commendable Accounts
  • Awards in Appreciation of Initiative in Family
    Planning
  • National HRD Award from National HRD Network for
    outstanding contribution in HR Development
  • IFFCO Corporate film was adjudged the best by
    Public Relations Society of India (PRSI)

Contd
70
MAJOR AWARDS RECEIVED
  • IFFCO Annual Report bagged the third prize,
    instituted by Public Relations Society of India
    (PRSI)
  • FAI Golden Jubilee Award on Transfer of improved
    Farm Technologies
  • IFFCO has bagged FAI Best Video Film Award
    2006-07 for film on Water Harvesting.
  • IFFCO has also got Prestigious CIO 100 Award by
    International Data Group (IDGI India), the
    worlds leading Technology Media Event and
    Research Group .

71
VALUE ADDITION TO PHOSPHATIC FERTILISERS AT
KANDLA
  • Annual negative balance for large no. of
    nutrients in the soil - a threat to sustainable
    agriculture.Survey reveals
  • Replenishment of the depleted nutrients
  • Partial or completely missing
  • Large percentage of the samples from cultivated
    areas have shown deficiency of zinc and Boron
  • Value added phosphatic fertilisers with Zinc
    micro-nutrients proposed to be produced at Kandla
    for field trial
  • N P K Zn
  • I) NPK Grade - I (Z) 10 26 26 0.5
  • II) NPK Grade -II(Z) 12 32 16 0.5
  • (Trial launched)
  • Fortified NP/NPK grades with Boron (applied for
    registration in FCO)
  • N P K B I)NPK Grade - I (B) 10
    26 26 0.3
  • II)NPK Grade-II (B) 12 32 16 0.3
  • III)DAP (B) 18 46 0 0.3

72
WATER SOLUBLE FERTILISERS
  • Increase in area under drip irrigation
  • Demand for 100 water soluble fertilisers
    increasing
  • Indigenous capacity not available
  • The present demand is mostly being met by imports
  • IFFCO has successfully tried producing one of the
    water soluble fertilisers Urea Phosphate at its
    RD Laboratory at Kandla plant
  • Pilot plant planned to be set up at Kandla unit

73
INVESTMENTS BY IFFCO
(As on 31.03.2008)

74
INVESTMENTS OUTSIDE IFFCO
Indian Potash Ltd (IPL) IFFCOs Equity Rs.
2.68 Crore Percentage of Equity held
34 Activity Marketing of Potash and
imported fertilisers Industries Chimiques du
Senegal (ICS) I II Percentage of Equity
held 19.09 Plant Site Darou,
Senegal Products Rock Phosphate, Phosphoric
Acid and NPK Fertilisers

75
INVESTMENTS OUTSIDE IFFCO (As on 31.03.2008)
IFFCO - TOKIO General Insurance Company Ltd.
(ITGI) IFFCOs Equity Rs. 193.90
Crore Percentage of Equity held
72.64 Activity General Insurance Oman
India Fertiliser Company (OMIFCO) IFFCOs
Equity Rs. 329.08 Crore Percentage of Equity
held 25 Plant Site Sur, Oman Products
Ammonia, Urea Indo Egyptian Fertiliser Co.
(IEFC) Project Cost USD 325 million IFFCOs
Paid up Equity Rs. 38.89 Crore Debt Equity
Ratio 70 30 IFFCOs Equity 76 El Nasr
Mining Co. 24 Activity Phos. Acid Plant
76
INVESTMENTS OUTSIDE IFFCO
National Commodity and Derivative Exchange
(NCDEX) IFFCOs Paid up Equity Rs. 3.60
Crore Percentage of Equity held
12 Redeemable Preference Share Capital Rs. 10
Crore Activity On Line Trading in
commodity futures National Collateral
Management Services Ltd. (NCMSL) IFFCOs
Equity Rs. 4 Crore Percentage of Equity
held 13.33 Activity Collateral Risk
Management Solutions IFFCO Chhattisgarh
Power Ltd Project Cost Rs. 6265
Crore IFFCOs Paid up Equity Rs. 11.10
Crore Debt Equity Ratio 70 30 IFFCO
Equity 74 CSEB 26 Activity
Power Generation (1320 MW)
77
INVESTMENTS OUTSIDE IFFCO
Kisan International Trading FZE
(KIT) Investment Rs. 11 Crore Location
Dubai Activity Special purpose vehicle (SPV)
for shipping, logistics and investments in
new overseas Joint Ventures. Includes Rs.
9.80 crore towards 9 bonus shares
received during 2007-08 Jordan India
Fertiliser Company (JIFCO) Project Cost USD 580
Million IFFCO Equity 52 (Rs. 2.08 Crore)
JPMC Equity 48, Activity Phos.
Acid Plant IFFCO Kisan Sanchar Ltd. (IKSL) Paid
up Share Capital Rs. 5 Crore IFFCO Equity
Rs. 3.65 Crore (73)
78
INVESTMENTS OUTSIDE IFFCO

IFFCO Kisan SEZ Ltd. Project Cost Rs. 2400
Crore
Others Indian Farm Forestry Development Cooperativ
e (IFFDC) Rs. 8.60 Crore Maharashtra State
Coop. Bank Ltd. Rs. 10 Lakh IFFCO Kisan
Bazar Rs. 9 Lakh
79
INFRASTRUCTURAL INVESTMENTS
80
ACHIEVEMENTS UNDER VISION 2000
81
GLORIES OF VISION 2000
  • In the year 1993, IFFCO initiated major
    Expansion Projects for all the four operating
    units by setting up new plants or by way of
    expansion of existing plants
  • By the year 1999, all the four projects of
    IFFCO were completed at a cost of Rs. 2500 crore
    without any cost and time overrun
  • Investment to the equity capital were made from
    internal resources of the Society
  • Production capacity of the Society was doubled

82
EXPANSION PROJECTS
  • Aonla project completed ahead of schedule in Dec
    1996 at a cost of Rs. 955 crore. Commercial
    production started from 25.12.1996
  • Kalol Ammonia and Urea Plants Revamped in August
    1997 at an investment of Rs. 149.7 crore
  • Phulpur Expansion Project completed in December
    1997 within 32 months from the zero date at an
    investment of Rs. 1190 crore. Commercial
    Production started from 22.12.1997
  • Kandla Expansion completed at a Project cost of
    Rs. 205.3 crore and commercial production
    started on 5.8.1999, 77 days ahead of schedule

83
DIVERSIFICATION AND JOINT VENTURES
84
Industries Chimiques Du Senegal (ICS)
  • ICS successfully restructured by IFFCO Consortium
  • IFFCO C onsortium now holds a majority 85 equity
    in ICS Senegal
  • ICS mines Rock Phosphate and manufactures
    Phosphoric Acid for exports and Phosphatic
    Fertilisers for domestic consumption.

85
IFFCO-TOKIO GENERAL INSURANCE CO. LTD. (ITGI)
  • Diversified into General Insurance due to
  • Tremendous potential available
  • To serve the insurance needs of farmers
  • IFFCOs Rural Brand Equity
  • Low gestation period
  • The scope includes a mix of following
  • Rural Insurance Business
  • Fire Insurance Business
  • Marine Insurance Business
  • Miscellaneous Insurance Business
  • Operations began in Dec. 2000

Contd
86
PARTNERS IN ITGI
  • Joint Venture Partner TM Asia Pte. Ltd.
  • Total Equity Rs. 220 Crore
  • IFFCO 72.64
  • TM Asia Pte. Ltd. 26.00
  • IPL 1.36

Contd
87
OPERATIONS OF ITGI
  • Gross premium in 2007-08 Rs. 1236 crore
  • Profit before tax in 2007-08 Rs. 11.86 crore
  • Cooperative Institutions like State, District and
    Urban Cooperative Banks, Cotton Cooperatives,
    Dairy
    Cooperatives and Sugar Cooperatives are used for
    selling ITGI products.
  • To strengthen Cooperative Channels, ITGI is
    recruiting Agents from Cooperative Societies so
    that the benefits of Insurance reaches the
    village populace.
  • Cooperative Agents are trained and all the
    expenses are borne by ITGI. Society gets an
    additional income by way of Commission.

(Provisional)
Contd
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SANKAT HARAN BIMA YOJANA BY ITGI
  • With the purchase of each bag of IFFCO/IPL
    fertiliser from Cooperative Society/FSC, the
    buyer is automatically covered against accident
    upto an amount of Rs. 4000/- for one year under
    Sankat Haran Bima Yojana
  • Maximum liability limited to Rs. 1 lakh
    irrespective of the number of bags purchased
  • Premium _at_Re1/- per bag paid by respective
    manufacturer
  • Cash receipt is evidence of insurance cover

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NEW INITIATIVE BY ITGI
  • Apart from meeting general insurance
    requirements of rural area like policies for
    Home, Shops, Tractors, two Wheelers etc. ITGI has
    also launched
  • Barish Bima Yojna
  • Mausam Bima Yojna
  • Mahila Suraksha Bima Yojna
  • Jan Kalyan Bima Yojna
  • Janta Bima Yojna provides
  • Fire and Allied Perils Cover for Household
    Goods
  • Critical illness cover for five major diseases

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OMAN INDIA FERTILISER PROJECT (OMIFCO)
  • Grassroots Ammonia/Urea complex has been set up
    at Qalhat near Sur, Oman at a project cost of USD
    892 million.
  • The project comprises two Ammonia and two Urea
    plants of 2x1750 MTPD and 2x2530 MTPD
    respectively. Installed capacity of 16.52 lakh MT
    of Urea per annum.
  • IFFCOs equity 25.
  • Commercial production started from July 14, 2005.
  • Entire production of Urea is being purchased by
    GOI under Urea Offtake Agreement.
  • Surplus Ammonia being purchased by IFFCO.

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Power Project in Chhattisgarh (ICPL)
  • IFFCO has entered the power sector by
    incorporating a joint venture company IFFCO
    Chhattisgarh Power Limited (ICPL) with
    Chhattisgarh State Electricity Board (CSEB) on
    January 25, 2006 to set up a 1320 MW coal based
    mega power plant based on supercritical
    technology at an estimated cost of Rs. 6265
    Crore.
  • The power company has started the process of
    land acquisition, appointed the main Engineering
    Consultant, obtained statutory clearances like
    stack height and has already initiated for other
    clearances like Environmental Clearances and Mega
    Power Project Status.

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Power Project in Chhattisgarh (ICPL)
  • The company is expected to achieve financial
    closure by the 3rd quarter of 2008. Power Finance
    Corporation appointed for advisory, appraisal and
    Loan Syndication.
  • ICPL has signed a Joint Venture Agreement with
    Chhattisgarh Mineral Development for the
    development of Tara Coal Block and supply of Coal
    To ICPL Power Plant and has formed a new company
    namely CMDC ICPL Coal LTD.
  • Commercial Operation by ICPL expected to commence
    in 2011.

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IFFCO Kisan Sanchar Ltd. (IKSL)
  • IFFCO launched a new subsidiary (IKSL) in
    April 2008 with objective to use Information
    Communication Technology to empower farmers in
    rural India and to strengthen the cooperative
    network in the company.
  • IKSL received the certificate of Incorporation
    on 12.04.2007 and certificate for commencement of
    Business on 13.06.2007.
  • As on 31.03.2008, paid up share capital of IKSL
    was Rs. 5 crore, in which IFFCO held an
    investment of Rs. 3.65 crore with equity share
    holding of 72.99.

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Indo Egyptian Fertilisers Company, SAE (IEFC)
IFFCO promoted a joint venture in Egypt namely
Indo Egyptian Fertilizers Company SAE (IEFC)
along with EI Nasr Mining Company of Egypt to set
up a Phosphoric Acid plant with a capacity of
1500 MT of P2O5 per day. IEFC was incorporated in
Egypt as a Joint Stock Company on 15th November
2005. Shareholding of IFFCO with its Affiliates
and EI Nasr Mining Co. Egypt are 76 and 24
respectively. The preproject activities are
under progress and various clearance and licences
from the Egyptian Government are being pursued.
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Jordan India Fertiliser Company (JIFCO)
IFFCO and Jordan Phosphates Mines Company Ltd.
(JPMC), have formed a limited liability Joint
Venture Company by the name of Jordan India
Fertiliser Company (JIFCO) on March 6, 2008 to
set up a Phosphoric Acid Plant of capacity 1500
MT of P2O5 per day at Eshidiya with Project cost
of US 580 million. IFFCO and JPMC will hold
equity in ratio of 52 and 48, respectively.
JPMC will make available the required quantity of
Rock Phosphate for the project.
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Kisan International Trading FZE (KIT)
KIT has been set up by IFFCO as a wholly owned
subsidiary of IFFCO in Dubai. KIT has become a
leading international organisation to handle
Import and Export of fertilisers and fertiliser
raw materials and intermediates. KIT is also
catering to requirement of imported Urea to India
through State Trading Enterprises like MMTC IPL.
97
National Commodity and Derivative Exchange
(NCDEX)
  • NCDEX is one of the four licences / exchanges
    set up nation wide for On Line Trading in
    commodity futures. Agricultural produce occupies
    a quarter of commodity basket.
  • IFFCO has picked up 12 equity stake in NCDEX at
    Rs. 3.6 Crore with an objective of empowering
    farming community and Cooperative Societies and
    for giving better return on their crop produce.
  • NCDEX is the leading exchange promoted by NABARD,
    NSE, LIC, CRISIL and IFFCO. Other major
    shareholders are PNB, ICICI Bank, Canara Bank and
    Goldman Sachs.

Contd
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NCDEX - Highlights during 2007-08
  • There were 890 Trading and Clearing Members and
    over 19000 trading terminals as on March 31,
    2008.
  • Commodities traded on the Exchange stood at 54
    including 41 agricultural products, 2 energy, 6
    metals, 2 bullion and 3 plastics products as on
    March 31, 2008.
  • Total income during 2007-08 was Rs. 123 crore.
    NCDEX earned Rs. 31.09 crore as profit after tax.

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National Collateral Management Services Ltd.
(NCMSL)
  • IFFCO and NCDEX has also promoted a subsidiary
    company by the name of National Collateral
    Management Services Limited (NCMSL) on 28th
    September 2004 with objective of
  • Providing end-to-end Collateral Risk Management
    Solutions
  • Accreditation / Grading of Warehouses
  • Empanelment of Graders / Certifiers
  • Facilitating structures for Commodity Lending
  • Insurance tie up and adequate liability coverage
  • Other major shareholders are ICICI Bank, Canara
    Bank, Punjab National Bank, Corporation Bank,
    Bank of India, HDFC Bank, HAFED and Karur Vysya
    Bank

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IFFCO KISAN BAZAR LTD. (IKBL)
IFFCO Kisan Bazar Ltd. was incorporated on
26.02.2004 with an Authorised Equity Capital of
Rs. 1 Crore with the objective to set up a chain
of Super Stores across the Country .
Negotiations are in progress for strategic
alliance with the prospective Foreign partners
for operations of large format Retail Outlets in
India.
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IFFCO KISAN SEZ (IKSEZ)
  • IFFCO is developing a multi-product KISAN
    Special Economic Zone (IKSEZ) at Nellore - first
    of its kind with farmers Cooperatives as
    stakeholders along with other Strategic
    Investor(s).
  • The foundation stone was laid on 21.03.2008 by
    Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, Honble Chief
    Minister of Andhra Pradesh.
  • The SEZ is planned to be set up on 1023 hectares
    (2527 acre) of land owned by IFFCO with an
    estimated investment of about Rs. 2,400 crore.


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102
IFFCO KISAN SEZ (IKSEZ)
  • The Project will be developed in 4 Phases, 1st
    Phase is expected to be completed by 2011. The
    site is located on NH-5 (Howrah-Chennai Highway)
    and is close to Krishnapatnam port .
  • The project will consist of farmer friendly
    facilities like Logistics Zone with State- of-
    the- art Warehousing facilities, Cold Storage,
    Food Processing zone.
  • The project would also have Agribiotech Park,
    Demo Centres, Training Plots, Green Houses, Model
    Dairy Farms, Incubation Centres, Distribution
    Centre, Highway Rural Mart, Health Care Centre
    etc.

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IFFCO KISAN SEZ (IKSEZ)
  • Agro Food Park would be backed with Agriclinics,
    Nurseries, Soil Testing Centres, Microfinance,
    Smart Card Systems, Farmer and Rural Youth
    Training Centres, Rural Marts/Village Business
    Centres.
  • There would also be plenty of scope to increase
    and develop dairy and livestock farming in the
    region to involve women power to create
    secondary revenue streams in times of down turns.
  • The expected secondary and tertiary industries
    include Automobile Components, Pharmaceuticles
    and Leather products etc.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL
GUESTS
105
BROAD VISION OF THE SOCIETY
  • To augment the incremental income of farmers by
    helping them to increase their crop productivity
    through balanced use of energy efficient
    fertilisers
  • To maintain the environmental health
  • To make cooperative societies economically and
    democratically strong for professionalised
    services to the farming community to ensure an
    empowered rural India.

106
VISION 2010
  • The Society has embarked upon another growth plan
    titled VISION 2010 to achieve annual turnover
    of Rs. 15,000 crore (USD 3750 Million) by the
    year 2010.
  • Society is exploring avenues for diversification
    into other profitable business areas, apart from
    fertiliser sector, for sustained growth and
    adequate return to member shareholders.
  • Vision 2010 would mainly focus on farmer oriented
    schemes and strengthening of cooperative
    infrastructure.

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VISION 2010
  • Broadly identified business activities under the
    VISION 2010 are -
  • Installation of Ammonia/Urea plants including
    acquisition
    of fertiliser units
  • Generation of Power
  • Production and Marketing of micro-nutrients,
    seeds, bio-fertilisers, pesticides etc.
  • Value addition to agri-products and marketing
  • Banking and Financial Services
  • Information Technology and IT enabled services
  • Establishments of Retail Chain in urban and
    semi-urban locations

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INVESTMENT FOR CAPACITY INCREASE
  • IFFCO has envisaged a major expansion/diversificat
    ion plan to invest USD 1 Billion to ramp up the
    Domestic Fertiliser Production Capacity,
    Acquisition of Plants, Joint Ventures in foreign
    countries and Energy Reduction Measures in
    existing Units
  • Energy Saving Project (ESP) has been implemented
    in all Ammonia and Urea Plants at Kalol, Phulpur
    and Aonla units with total investment of Rs. 412
    Crore (USD 103 Million).
  • Capacity Enhancement Project (CEP) implemented
    at Phulpur and Aonla units in May08.

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INVESTMENT FOR CAPACITY INCREASE
  • A State-of-the-Art phosphoric acid plant in Egypt
    (IEFC) alongwith EL Nasr Mining company (ENMC),
    Egypt with a project cost of USD 325 million
    having an installed capacity of 0.5 Million MTPA
    of P2O5. IFFCOs equity in IEFC is 76 and ENMCs
    equity is 24.
  • Another Phos. Acid Plant (JIFCO) with Jordan
    Phosphatic Mines Co. Ltd. (JPMC) with project
    cost of USD 580 Million having capacity of 1500
    MT per day. IFFCO holding is 52.
  • Acquired NPK/DAP Plant of 2 Million MTPA at
    Paradeep alongwith Phosphoric Acid and Sulphuric
    Acid at a cost of USD 505 Million in October
    2005.

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US 1.5 Billion INVESTMENT IN POWER PROJECT
  • 1320 MW Power Project at Chhattisgarh.
  • IFFCO Chhattisgarh Power Ltd. with Chhattisgarh
    State Electricity Board (CSEB) incorporated on
    25.01.2006 .
  • Salient features of the Project
  • Total estimated project cost USD 1.5 billion
  • Equity participation by IFFCO (74) and CSEB
    (26)
  • Scheduled commissioning of first unit of
    500/660 MV in 2011
  • Low tarrif electricity to farmers of
    Chhattisgarh
  • Active participation of Government in the land,
    coal,
    water and infrastructure fronts

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US 0.6 Billion INVESTMENT IN SEZ
  • IFFCO has laid foundation stone for IFFCO KISAN
    SEZ at Nellore, India, on March 21, 2008.
    Special features are
  • Estimated investment of USD 600 Million
  • Closed to Krishnapatnam Port
  • Farmer Friendly infrastructure planned
  • Provision for Food Processing Zone
  • Secondary and Tertiary Industries under
    consideration

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IFFCO PLANTS
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IFFCO SUBSIDIARIES
  • IFFCO TOKIO GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.
  • INDO EGYPTIAN FERTILIZERS COMPANY, SAE
  • JORDAN INDIA FERTILIZER COMPANY LLC
  • IFFCO CHHATTISGARH POWER LTD.
  • KISAN INTERNATIONAL TRADING FZE
  • IFFCO TOKIO INSURANCE SERVICES LTD.
  • IFFCO KISAN BAZAR LTD.
  • IFFCO KISAN SANCHAR LTD.
  • IFFCO KISAN SEZ LTD.
  • INDIAN FARM FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT COOP. LTD

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IFFCO ASSOCIATES
  • INDUSTRIES CHIMIQUES DU SENEGAL
  • OMAN INDIA FERTILIZER COMPANY S.A.O.C.
  • INDIAN POTASH LTD.
  • NATIONAL COMMODITY DERIVATIVES EXCHANGE LTD.
  • NATIONAL COLLATERAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES LTD.
  • COOPERATIVE RURAL DEVELOPMENT TRUST
  • KISAN SEWA TRUST
  • IFFCO FOUNDATION
  • LEGEND INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS INC.

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CUMULATIVE ACHIEVEMENTS
(Till 31st March, 2008)
FERTILISER PRODUCTION 104 Million MT FERTILISER
SALE 113 Million MT TURNOVER
USD 22841 Million PROFIT BEFORE TAX USD
1600 Million PROFIT AFTER TAX USD 1240
Million CONTRIBUTION TO EXCHEQUER USD 1267
Million
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GROWTH IN PRODUCTION CAPACITIES
(in Million MT)
117
PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE
(000 MT)
118
SALES PERFORMANCE
(000 MT)
119
FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
(USD Million )
120
PROFIT BEFORE TAX (PBT) AND PROFIT AFTER TAX
(PAT)
(USD Million)
121
TURNOVER AND NETWORTH
(USD Million)
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HIGHLIGHTS OF 2007-08
  • Production of Fertilisers 6.85 Million MT
  • (Best 7.01 million MT in 2006-07)
  • Highest Sales of Urea NPK/DAP 9.32 Million MT
  • (Previous best 8.61 million MT in 2006-07)
  • Profit Before Tax USD
    95.20 Million
  • (Best USD 167.21 million in 2002-03)
  • Profit After Tax USD
    64.42 Million (Best USD 115.44 million in
    2002-03)
  • Highest Turnover
    USD 3043.03 Million (Previous best USD 2282.39
    million in 2006-07)

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MAJOR AWARDS RECEIVED DURING 2007-08
  • Phulpur unit bagged First Prize for National
    Energy Conservation Award-2007 in Fertiliser
    Sector instituted by Bureau of Energy Efficiency,
    Ministry of Power, Government of India.
  • Phulpur Unit has also received FAI award jointly
    with Zuari Industries Limited Goa for Best
    Overall Performance of an operating Fertiliser
    Unit for Nitrogenous for the year 2006-07.
  • Aonla Unit received FAIs award for Excellence
    in Safety for the year 2006-07.
  • IFFCO bagged FAI Best Video Film award 2006-07
    for film on Water Harvesting.
  • IFFCO has got Prestigious CIO 100 Award by
    International Data Group (IDGI India), the
    worlds leading Technology Media Event and
    Research Group.
  • Kalol unit has won the First Prize in maintaining
    the Institutional Gardens, organised by Gujarat
    Horticulture Association.

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