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Title: Agricultural and Processed Food Products


1
Agri Potential in the North East The APEDA
Perspective
Harpal Singh Dy. General Manager -Finance
Infrastructure
Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export
Development Authority Ministry of Commerce
Industries Government of India
2
Goals Vision
  • Goals
  • To maximize foreign exchange earnings through
    increased agro exports
  • To provide better income to the farmers through
    higher unit value realization
  • To create employment opportunities in rural areas
    by encouraging value added exports of farm
    produce.
  • Vision
  • To establish India as a consistent supplier of
    quality and price competitive agro products.

3
APEDA - Mandate
  • Infrastructure for collection centers
    ,Transportation and Storage and centre for
    perishable cargo at Airports.
  • Promotion of Export Oriented Production
  • Market Development and Promotion
  • Market Intelligence Undertaking Surveys
    Feasibility Studies
  • Fixing of Quality Standards and Specifications
    for the Scheduled Products.
  • Inspection Certification of Processing Plants,
    Storage Transportation Points for Meat Products
  • Improving Packaging of Products.
  • Training in Various Aspects of the Scheduled
    Products Industries
  • Support for RD and Quality Assurance

4
APEDAs Network
Head Office New Delhi  Regional Offices (5)
Mumbai Hyderabad Bangalore Guwahati Kolkata
Virtual Offices (13)
Bihar Nagaland Chhatisgarh Orissa Gujarat
Punjab Jammu Kashmir Tamil Nadu Kerala Trip
ura Madhya Pradesh Uttar Pradesh Manipur
5
Products Monitored
  • Scheduled Products
  • Fruits, Vegetables and their products
  • Meat and Meat Products
  • Poultry and Poultry Products
  • Dairy Products
  • Confectionery, Biscuits and Bakery Products
  • Honey, Jaggery and Sugar Products
  • Cocoa and its Products, chocolates of all kinds
  • Alcoholic and Non Alcoholic Beverages
  • Cereal and Cereal products
  • Groundnuts, Peanuts and Walnuts
  • Pickles, Ppapads and Chutneys
  • Guar Gum
  • Floriculture and Floriculture Products
  • Herbal and Medicinal Plants

6
Export Performance
2004-05 Rs. 16,982.40
cr. 2005-06 Rs. 18,146.83
cr. 2006-07 Rs. 21,150.43 cr.
2007-08 Rs. 24,384.00 cr.
Provisional estimated
7
Growth in Exports
(APEDA Products)
Value Rs. Crs.
8
Export of APEDA Monitored Products
YEAR 2006-07
Value in Rs 21,150.43 Crores
9
Financial Assistance Schemes
  • Scheme for Market Development
  • Scheme for Infrastructure Development
  • Scheme for Quality Development
  • Scheme for Research and Development
  • Scheme for Transport Assistance
  • Scheme for Inland Transport Assistance for NER

10
Agro Products from NER
  • Four items under Horticulture sector, mainly
    Fruits, Spices, Aromatics Medicinal plants and
    Organic Products have potential for exports
    from N E R

Fruits Medicinal Aromatic Plants Organic
Products
Citrus, Banana, Passion Fruit and Pineapple
honey
11
Export Potential of Horticulture Produce from
North East
Contd…
Source CMI Social Research Centre - 2006
12
Export Potential of Horticulture Produce from
North East
Source CMI Social Research Centre - 2006
13
Export of Fruits and Vegetables

  • Value
    Rs. Crs.
  • 2003-04 2004-05
    2005-06 2006-07
  • Fruits Vegetables 1139.42
    1049.43 1201.52 1849.77
  • Exports from NER 6.63
    2.50 4.85 9.05
  • Share of NER 0.006
    0.002 0.003 0.005
  • Ginger 3.80 - Soya
    Bari 2.66
  • Oranges 0.93 - Citrus
    Fruits 0.31

14
Opportunities Organic Products
Rice, Ginger, Passion Fruits, Honey, Spices, Tea,
Cotton, Pineapple and Citrus
15
SWOT ANALYSIS N E R
  • Strength
  • NER presents high potentiality for Horti
    production due to topography ,agro-climatic
    factors farmers familiarity
  • Horticulture is a viable option for
    diversification in agriculture due to the higher
    returns it offers
  • Weaknesses
  • Inadequate infrastructure
  • Road / Rail connectivity
  • Logistics for processing, cold storage, transport
    and packaging
  • Irrigation
  • Disadvantage in Economies of Scale
  • Lack of quality plant material
  • Weak Market linkages

16
SWOT ANALYSIS N E R
  • Opportunities
  • Proximity to Bangladesh, Mayanmar, Bhutan and
    Nepal.
  • Existing demand in these countries
  • Threats
  • If necessary measures are not been taken in time,
    Thailand and Mayanmar will take over the market.
  • NE farmers would loose a great opportunity.

17
APEDA Initiatives - Infrastructure
N.E.R.
  • Setting up of pack house and collection centres
    for export of Ginger in Assam
  • Walk in type cold storage at Guwahati Airport
    which is being upgraded into centre for
    Perishable Cargo
  • Setting up of pack house for export of Flowers at
    Rangpo (Sikkim)
  • Provided refrigerated vans to NERAMAC Ltd (2 Nos)
    and Department of Horticulture of Tripura (2 Nos)
  • Provided Financial Assistance to Patkai Lab at
    Guwahati for setting up of testing facilities for
    export
  • A cold storage is to be set up at Dimapur,
    Aizwal, Tripur Airport.
  • MoU signed with M/s. CONCOR where APEDA would
    create infrastructure facilities, CONCOR to
    manage and M/s. Transworld to operate the
    facilities. Business plan submitted by M/s.
    CONCOR
  • CPC being set up at Bagdogra (Rs.2.99 Crs.)

18
APEDA Initiatives - Market Promotion
N.E.R.
  • Facilitated participation of North East
    entrepreneurs at some of the international fairs
    such as BioFach, International Horti Fair,
    Flowers Trade Show, Amsterdam and Wofex event,
    Phillipines
  • Facilitation for export of organic Joha Rice from
    Assam to Switzerland
  • Facilitation for export of fresh ginger to
    Germany from Assam
  • Organised seminar and training programmes for
    spreading awareness about the market requirement
  • Quality Management Programme on ISO HACCAP
    certification
  • Post harvest training on Oranges at Tamenlong
  • Training on Organic Farming at Mao
  • Training on packaging for export of oranges
  • Post harvest management programme on Apple and
    Kiwi conducted in Association
    with Department of Horticulture, Arunachal
    Pradesh

19
APEDA Initiatives - Manipur
  • Exporters have been registered from Manipur
  • Infrastructure
  • Sanctioned walk-in-type cold storage at Imphal
    Airport.
  • Sanctioned and released Rs.1.03 crs. to Good
    Samatarian for Passion Fruit during 2004 through
    EDF. Further sanctioned Rs.2.5 crs. for Tetra
    Pack Unit in 2006 1st installment. Rs.1.66 crs.
    released. 2nd installment being considered for
    release.
  • Sanctioned released Rs.1.08 crs. To M/s Agri
    Exports for Ginger Cultivation/Exports.
  • Sanctioned and released Rs.0.50 crs. to Rural
    Development Foundation for Turmeric Processing
    through EDF.
  • Sanctioned and released Rs. 75.6 lakhs to
    Chivalry Poverty Association for Bee keeping
  • Quality Development
  • Organized a training for Beekeepers in December
    2006 through a German expert.

20
Expenditure under EDF (NER)
21
Path Forward
  • Enhancement of quantum of exportable surplus
  • Conducive environment for attracting investment
  • Strengthening of infrastructure (airport, border
    custom points)
  • APEDA is pursuing the organic initiative

22
APEDA Website
23
Dissemination of Market Intelligence
24
Thank You
25
Revised Transport Assistance Scheme w.e.f. 11th
July 2006
  • Rs.1 per kg. or actual freight paid whichever
    is less, if the goods are transported from
    anywhere in the North Eastern States by road for
    exports through any notified land customs station
    in the North Eastern State or through Guwahati
    Airport.
  • Rs.2 per kg or actual freight paid whichever
    is less, if the goods are transported from North
    Eastern States to Kolkata or any other port by
    rail through ICD, Guwahati for exports.
  • Rs.2 per kg or actual freight paid whichever
    is less, if the goods are transported from North
    Eastern States by rail through ICD, Guwahati to
    any place in West Bengal for processing and
    exports.

26
Revised Transport Assistance Scheme w.e.f. 11th
July 2006
  • 90 of the air freight charged by the airline
    from any airport in the North Eastern States or
    Bagdogra to Guwahati or Kolkata for exports and
    in case of highly perishable commodities, 50 of
    the air freight charged by the airline from any
    airport in the North Eastern States to Delhi or
    Mumbai Airport for exports
  • The scheme is valid for 2008-09.
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