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Company Details

• Company Name :Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd


• Address: 2nd Floor, Bajaj Bhawan,
Jamnalal Bajaj Marg, B-10
Sector 3 Noida
• Level of Office :Head Office
• Phone No :(120) 4045555, 2543939
• Website :www.bajajhindustan.com
• Industry :Sugar
• State :Uttar Pradesh
• Total Turnover :1000-2500 Crs
• No. of Employees :501-1000
• Sector :Private Sector
INTRODUCTION
PRODUCT- SUGAR
• Bajaj Hindusthan Ltd. (BHL), a part of the Bajaj Group.

• India's Number One sugar and ethanol manufacturing

company.
• The Company has ten sugar plants, which are all
located in the northern Indian state of (UP).
• These ten plants have an aggregate sugarcane
crushing capacity of 96,000 tcd (tonnes crushed per day).
• Harvesting

• Growing the Cane

• Extraction

• Evaporation

• Boiling

• Storage

• Power
• Molasses:
Molasses is the only by-product

obtained in the preparation of sugar


through repeated crystallization.
•Bagasse:
Bagasse is a fibrous residue of
cane stalk that is obtained after crushing
and extraction of juice. It consists of
water, fibre and relatively small quantities
of soluble solids. The composition of
bagasse varies based on the variety of
sugarcane, maturity of cane, method of
harvesting and the efficiency of the sugar
mill. Bagasse is usually used as a
combustible in furnaces to produce
steam, which in turn is used to generate
power.
•Fly ash:
Fly Ash is the residual output from
the boiler furnace after bagasse has
completely burnt out. This fly ash is used as a
substitute for firewood. It is rich in potassium
and is also used by local farmers for
cultivation.
•Press Mud:
Press mud, also known as oliver
cake or press cake, is the residual output
after the filtration of the juice. It is mixed with
spent wash from the distillery and cultivated
to produce high quality bio-manure.
Bajaj Bhu Mahashakti :-
‘Bajaj Bhu Mahashakti’ is a plentiful source
of carbon for the soil besides being rich in
NPK(Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium). The use
of Bhu Mahashakti balances the soil organic
carbon in the soil and thereby preserves optimum
productivity and soil fertility.
Dynamics of Material Flow

Supplier Plant Warehouse Logistics Retailer


Dynamics of Order Flow

Supplier Plant Warehouse Logistics Retailer


Supply Chain Planning Processes
Demand Forecasting
Material Requirement Planning Demand Planning

Component Production
Requirement Plan

Supplier Plant Warehouse Logistics Retailer

Order Management
Supply Chain Planning Decisions

STRATEGIC

TACTICAL

OPERATIONAL

Procurement Manufacturing Distribution Logistics


The Dynamics of the Supply Chain
Order Size

Customer
Demand

Retailer
Retailer Orders
Orders
Distributor
Distributor Orders
Orders

Production
ProductionPlan
Plan

Time
The Dynamics of the Supply Chain
Order Size

Customer
Demand

Production
ProductionPlan
Plan

Time
Elements of Logistics cost
• Transportation 35%
• Inventories 25%
• Losses 14%
• Packaging 11%
• Handling and Warehousing 9%
• Customers' shopping 6%
Why is supply not catching up?

• Land for agriculture declining.


• Continuance of agriculture a major problem.
• No efforts by Government to improve water
table or irrigation.
• Resistance to change.
• Crop Switching.
Why are yields not improving?

• Loan waivers for farmers

• NREG scheme

• MSP which covers 70% population

• Progressive land fragmentation

• Improper fertiliserusage