The Major Industrial Areas in the State Bhopal Indore Raisen Harda Mandideep Dewas Pithampur Khandwa Jhabua Dhar Ujjain Mandsaur Ratlam Jabalpur Sehore Shajapur Satna Gwalior
Group Related Development at Important Places
BRAND BUILDING OF FIEO
Events Organized at Indore and other Cities DATEEVENTS ORGANISED No. of Paid Participants 26 th April 2014 Workshop on “Doing Business with Latin American Countries”- Indore st May 2014 Seminar on Export Schemes and Export Benefits for Exporters- Indore 22 7 th June 2014 Seminar on Business Growth through Exports – Ratlam (M.P.) No participation fees (130) 11 th July 2014 Major Economic Overview and Foreign Exchange Risk Management (CITI Bank)-Indore No participation fees (50)
Events Organized at Indore – Cont… DATEEVENTS ORGANISED No. of Paid Participants 12 th July 2014 Seminar on “Business Growth through Exports” – Jabalpur (M.P.) No participation fees (155) 2 nd Aug 2014 Terms of Shipment & Terms of Payment with special Reference to Letter of Credit- Indore rd & 24 th Aug Days Certificate Course on “International Trade”-Indore th Sept 2014 Seminar on “Use of Web Resources for Export Promotion”- Indore 20
Events Heads (from 1 st April to 31 st March) 2012 – – – 15 (up to Oct’ 14) Revenue from Domestic Events -1, 86,3151, 76, 787 Expenditur e on Domestic Events -2, 49,8492, 66, 185
FIEO in Press
News Articles covered by Press No.NewspaperNo. of Articles Covered 1Business Bhaskar / Dainik Bhaskar 53 2Naidunia (I – Next) 12 3The Times of India / Economic Times 8 4DNA / Patrika 10
Training Courses Conducted 2 Days Certificate Course on “International Trade” at Indore – TWICE Proposed 2 Days Certificate Course on “International Trade” at Indore for M.B.A. Students studying with various Institutions. Proposed 6 Months Certificate Course on “Import Export Management” at Indore affiliated by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (D.A.V.V.)
Planned Activities for the year NoEventPlaceDate 1Winning the Global Market through Export of ServicesIndore22 nd Nov Seminar on Foreign Exchange & Risk ManagementIndore 29 th Nov Negotiation of Letter of CreditIndore/Bhopal 6 th Dec FTA Outreach Indore20 th Dec Feeding the World- Focus on Agriculture Exports IndoreJan Day Certificate Course on International Business (For MBA Students) IndoreJan Exporters Meet in association with ECGCBhopalFeb Workshop on Export PackagingIndoreFeb Month Certificate course on Export Import Management with DAVV IndoreMarch Potential of Trade with China IndoreMarch 2015
Total Members as on Upto Oct No.CategoryMembers 1EXPORT HOUSE18 2MPG339 3STAR EXPORT HOUSE18 4SERVICE PROVIDER12 5SERVICE PROVIDER + MPG1 6TRADING HOUSE5 *TOTAL393 **Total Paid Members299
Increase of New Members
Membership Revenue Target 20 Lac
Actual and Projected Revenue from New Members Growth Rate 12%
Certificate of Origin
Few Common Issues Faced By Exporters CONNECTIVITY BY RAIL – Being a land locked state and no proper route of rail transport, exporters in Madhya Pradesh are facing immense difficulties in carrying out the export/import activities. CONTAINERS BY ROAD – In view of poor connectivity and non availability of racks from Ratlam exporters are forced to dispatch the cargo by road transport to Mumbai which in turn cost them heavily. Till the Pithampur is connected with Ratlam by railway line the racks should be made available from Indore. KNOWLEDGE UPGRADATION – Many exporters are not aware of various government incentive schemes as well as lack the knowledge of exports and are mainly dependent on CHA’s for their exports.
Contd… INLAND CONTAINER DEPOT (ICD) – ICD services are not up to the mark there are delays in sending of consignments. Hence exporters prefer sending directly to the ports at Gujarat and Mumbai. COLLATION OF IMPORT EXPORT DATA – There is no agency to collate import export data hence it is difficult to actually analyze the volume of total import and export from the state of M.P. The data available with the ICD’s is insufficient. INSUFFICIENT INFRASTRUCTURE IN INDUSTRIAL ZONES – No proper infrastructure is available in the industrial zones. Road conditions are very poor, No proper drainage system available due to which the units are flooded with water heavy water logging during rainy season resulting huge losses to the industries.
Contd… OPENING UP OF FOOD PARKS AT INDORE – In view of largest production in the Malwa and Nimad region of spices Government must consider opening up of Food park at Indore. MULTI-STORY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX – State Government should permit construction of multi story buildings under the Industrial Zones for promoting small scale industries viz; Readymade garments, packaging, pharmaceuticals & engineering units which require smaller space. STAMP DUTY ON MORTGAGE OF PROPERTY FOR LOANS – Stamp duty of 1.5% on mortgage of property for bank loans is very high in M P in compare to other states that are following slab wise structure. As such Government must consider this issue and make it at par with other states.
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