"Be strong enough to let go and patient enough to wait for what you deserve"
Serving the Industry with Integrity
From the Desk of Dilip Shah

The new Government headed by Shri Narendrabhai Modi has successfully completed the 1st year. We find that number of initiatives and policies announced will bring a structural change in the governance. The Bureaucracy has been totally charged and is back into action. We also find that schemes for the economically backward citizens like Jan Dhan Yojana, Accidental Insurance, Atal Pension Yojana and also programmes like Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, 21st June as "International Yoga Day" (Resolution passed by United Nations) Ease of Business and Make-in-India. All these are steps for an inclusive development of the country which will result into a better livelihood and also raising the standard of living of the millions of our countrymen.

We are definitely in a take off stage and our Government is also eyeing a double digit growth, we all as responsible citizens may be Opposition Leaders, Main stream Media persons (Electronic & Print), Leaders of Social and Religious Organizations and various NGOs must all keep faith in the Government and support to implement their Vision and Policies for a India, which is poised to become a leading economic power of the world.

In this growth journey there may be certain policies and practices which may not align with many Individuals, Groups or Corporates but we have to see the larger picture and allow the process to be followed smoothly. There has to be a positive and strong opposition which should check if there are any corrupt practices or policies which are favoring any Individuals or Groups. The Media plays a very important role in our day-to-day life, hence it is expected that they play a positive role instead of only giving breaking news of negatives that happen around us, ours is a very large country and it is natural that some adverse events and incidents may happen on daily basis which needs to be reported but not in the way it is currently happening.

Let us all support the Government to implement all their initiatives so that in the coming years we enjoy the fruits of development and all live in peace and prosperity in a NEW India.

Moments at FGI Awards for Excellence Ceremony held on 16th June, 2015
PCAPL Marketing Team actively Participated the Value Selling Training Arranged By Mercury India Sales Academy(MISA) at Mumbai on 8th & 9th June, 2015
Market Updates - Chemicals
  • Gujarat Alkalies & Chemicals Ltd. announced its net profit up by 49% for the 4th quarter ended 31st March, 2015. GACL reported historically highest sales of Rs.1932 crore in the year ended 31st March 2015 as against Rs.1883 crore in the previous year. Its wind power generation capacities have reached 125.75 MW and achieved total production of 1499360 Mts of all products as against 1468314 Mts in the previous year.
  • ESSAR has created an integrated petrochemical complex concept, which includes expansion of its Refinery in Vadinar, Gujarat.
  • Clariant highlights role of Chemical foaming agent Hydrocerol in reducing weight of Plastic parts in cars.
  • Government recently approved revival of closed Urea Plant in Jharkhand and setting up a new Fertilizer Plant with investment of Rs.10, 500 Crores.
  • Government has issued Notification on Mass Emission standards for fuel flex Ethanol E85 and ED95 in Vehicles as Greener Alternatives.
  • Anti-Dumping duty on Phenol Imports from Thailand & Taiwan extended.
  • Since last almost 6-8 months demand for Chlorine was either negative or zero as far as the pricing was concerned. But mid June 2015 the demand has picked up and hopefully the demand for Chlorine is likely to become positive.
Market Updates - Animal Feed
  • India's exportation of rapeseed meal to China was suspended by the Chinese government three years ago, but the recent signing of a sanitary protocol between both nations will ensure the resumption of deliveries
  • The World Trade Organization has paved the way for the lifting of a ban on US poultry imports imposed by India in 2007 over bird-flu issues, after it ruled that the ban violated international trading norms.
  • The El Nino weather phenomenon, characterized by dry conditions, decreased rainfall and warmer air temperatures, has wreaked havoc on India not only causing deaths among humans but also on livestock
  • Wheat DDGS could replace Soy Meal, The Defra, UK research project shows A four-year research project in the UK has shown that wheat DDGS, a co-product from bio ethanol production, can be used as an alternative protein.
AVIANA KENYA, International Expo for Poultry and Livestock to be held on 2nd & 3rd July 2015 at Nairobi, Kenya
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