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4 India – 2nd largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world. Food Processing in India - Negligible India’s share in world business in Processed Foods % Food Processing industry constrained by : Inadequate infrastructure for post harvest handling, storage Inadequate infrastructure for post harvest handling, storage Fragmented supply chains. Fragmented supply chains. India – 2nd largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world. Food Processing in India - Negligible India’s share in world business in Processed Foods % Food Processing industry constrained by : Inadequate infrastructure for post harvest handling, storage Inadequate infrastructure for post harvest handling, storage Fragmented supply chains. Fragmented supply chains.

5 Bountiful availability of high quality raw material in India Present small share in world market Tremendous opportunity for Food Processing in India

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8 One stop solution for setting up food processing units in eastern India. One stop solution for setting up food processing units in eastern India. Ideally located in Murshidabad district - the nucleus of Ideally located in Murshidabad district - the nucleus of Eastern India’s food production zone. Eastern India’s food production zone. Promoted by Govt of West Bengal - through the State Horticulture Development Corporation - jointly with private sector promoters. Promoted by Govt of West Bengal - through the State Horticulture Development Corporation - jointly with private sector promoters. Designed by Mott MacDonald - international engineering consultants. Designed by Mott MacDonald - international engineering consultants.

9 Sector specific Industrial Park and an integrated Food Processing Zone with: Sector specific Industrial Park and an integrated Food Processing Zone with: Comprehensive infrastructure on international standardsComprehensive infrastructure on international standards Strong backward linkages to raw materialsStrong backward linkages to raw materials Forward linkages and connectivity to major marketsForward linkages and connectivity to major markets Interdependencies of processing units in the Park toInterdependencies of processing units in the Park to  reduce Capital and Operating costs and  increase competitiveness

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13 Location  In the heart of fruit and vegetable producing region in east India  In West Bengal : 2nd largest producer of fruits & vegetables in India – annual production - 22 million tons 2nd largest producer of fruits & vegetables in India – annual production - 22 million tons 6 different climatic zones 6 different climatic zones Tremendous diversity of crops. Tremendous diversity of crops.  On NH 34- connecting Kolkata with NE states, 250 Km north of Kolkata,  Ideally located to service markets in East & North East, locally East & North East, locally Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh Export markets through Kolkata Export markets through Kolkata

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15 C ONNECTIVITY C ONNECTIVITY  Road : NH 34 – 4 Lane in progress o To Kolkata in South o To Siliguri in North  Rail : JANGIPUR ROAD on Kolkata–Siliguri line - 5 Km from site MORGRAM on Kolkata–Azimganj line - 8 Km from site BEHRAMPUR on Kolkata–Lalgola line - 50 Km from site  Air : Nearest Airport : Kolkata – 250 kms Helipad : Fully equipped helipad at site

16  Size CPC : 250 acres in 2 phases Ample choice of size - Plots, Ready sheds, Small Scale units Scope for expansion  Zoning Dedicated zones for the processing of  Fruits and Vegetables  Milk & Dairy  Grains and derivatives  Education & Healthcare Well developed facilities in the vicinity of the project site

17 Fact File Ample Availability of Raw MaterialsAmple Availability of Raw Materials Production figures in Zone of Influence: 5 districts of PPCs (Murshidabad, Burdwan, Birbhum, Nadia and Malda) Vegetables: 4.5 Million MT Fruits: 1.0 Million MT Potatoes: 2.1 Million MT Rice: 4.1 Million MT LabourLabour Easy availability of skilled and unskilled workforce at competitive rates

18 Government Incentives Govt. of India 25% of cost of Machinery and Technical Civil Works, with a ceiling of Rs % of cost of Machinery and Technical Civil Works, with a ceiling of Rs. 50 lacs. Expected Special subsidy to units within MEGA FOODExpected Special subsidy to units within MEGA FOODPARKS Increase of subsidy to a tune of 150 Lacs. 9.5 % from NABARD.

19 Government Incentives Govt. of West Bengal  25% of Fixed Capital Investment (Plants & Machinery purchase).  Interest Subsidy on Term Loan - Subvention of 7.5% for 5 years.  75% Waiver of Electricity Duty for first 5 years.  Reimbursement of 50% of the expenditure for obtaining ISI / BIS certification. 100% in 1st year and 75% for 7 years on contribution towards ESI & PF. 50% of expenditure incurred for obtaining Patent Registration. 75% Subsidy on Stamp Duty and Registration Fee. CST paid for 3 years. 80% VAT paid for 8 years. Entry Tax for 3 years.

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21  Developed Plots For large units - 2 acres and Rs 210+ psft  Ready Sheds For SMEs – Rs 2,750+ psft  Standard Design Factories For small enterprises with plug and play facility of 300+ Rs2,500 + psft

22 ROADSROADS Wide, well paved, illuminated roads with built in drainage : Arterial roads:21 mtr Other internal roads:18 mtr POWERPOWER Power sub-station at site : 33 KV, 15 MW (35 MW in Phase II) WATERWATER Ample availability of treated Water from the River Ganges. Storage capacity - 1 million lit. Common ETP /STPCommon ETP /STP Centralised solid and liquid effluent collection system. Common Treatment Plant & Solid Waste Disposal Facility. Bio conversion of organic wastes. Transport Terminal :Transport Terminal : Truck Terminal with drivers’ amenities. Bus Terminal for Staff /Workers’ transport

23 Backward LinkagesBackward Linkages Assured and consistent supply of raw material,Assured and consistent supply of raw material, in desired quality and quantity,in desired quality and quantity, for optimal period during the yearfor optimal period during the year Primary Processing Centers – 6Primary Processing Centers – 6 KandiKandi ShaikhparaShaikhpara BarasatBarasat SiuriSiuri Malda Gour RoadMalda Gour Road KatwaKatwa Collection Centers - 17Collection Centers - 17

24 Other facilities Guest House and Dormitory for essential personnel Guest House and Dormitory for essential personnel Hospitality Hospitality Training & Conferencing, Banking etc. Training & Conferencing, Banking etc. Reefer Transport facility to Kolkata Reefer Transport facility to Kolkata Assistance in obtaining govt approvals Assistance in obtaining govt approvals Forward linkages to markets Forward linkages to markets

25 Processing facilities Preparatory: Cleaning, Grading, Sorting Production: IQF, Spiral Freezer, Pulping, Packaging :Bottling, Canning, Aseptic Packing, etc Testing, QC, Certification: Labs and Equipment Storage  Cold Storage -Freezer Minus 18 o C:3,000 MT  CA Storage o C: 5,000 MT o C :10,000 MT  Pre-cooling and Ripening Chambers  Dry warehouse

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27  PROCESSING  Potato based – o Frozen French fries/wedges/cube o Potato flakes /powder o Potato chips o Extruded snacks  Fruits and Vegetables o Slice, dices o Pulp o Juice  Flour based o Bakery products: bread, rusk, biscuit, cakes  Edible oils o Oil extraction and refining o Repackaging  Milk & dairy o Ice cream o Liquid Milk o Cheese, Yogurt, o Shrikhand, sweet meat  Snacks - RTS and RTE

28  PACKAGING & PRINTING  Bottling – o Bottle, jars and caps  Canning – o Cans  Cups -  Pouching – o Multi-layer films  Wrapping Coating Films  Paper and Board – o Inner and outer paper and board cartons plain and corrugated o Inner and outer paper and board cartons plain and corrugated  Multi color printing

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30 Site off NH

31 Entrance Gate

32 Admin Building – sq. ft.

33 5 Factory Sheds – 1800 sq mtr each

34 12 Factory Units for SMEs – 300 sq mtr each

35 Ambient Ware House – 8,000 sq mtr

36 Cold Storage Complex Potato Store-10,000 MTF & V Cold Store– 5,000 MT Deep Freezer – 3,000 MT IQF– 1.5 TPH

37 Staff Quarter & Business Centre – 24,300 sq. ft.

38 Row Houses - 7 nos. – 1270 sq. ft. each

39 Helipad – 100 mtr dia

40 Water Reservoir

41 33/11 KV Sub-station

42 33/11 KV HT Substation – Control Room

43 3 LT Substations for internal power distribution

44 Arterial Road inside Mega Food Park

45 o The Friendliest Food Park ! o Assured Backward linkages for optimal use of processing facilities o Common Processing facilities and Production Zones to encourage  Interdependencies of processing units  Lower Capital and Operating costs  Higher competitiveness o Total Support from GoI and GoWB Mega Food Park Co-ordination Committee headed by DM, Murshidabad for local issues / backward linkages Mega Food Park Co-ordination Committee headed by DM, Murshidabad for local issues / backward linkages Committee of GoWB - Depts. of FPI&H, L & LR, C & I and GoI - MOFPI for land matters Committee of GoWB - Depts. of FPI&H, L & LR, C & I and GoI - MOFPI for land matters

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47 The Managing Director J ANGIPUR B ENGAL M EGA F OOD P ARK L IMITED Corporate Office DB-67, Sector – 1, Salt lake City. Kolkata – Tele fax : Site Office Kulori, Jangipur, Murshidabad Website :

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