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Seminar on Agriculture. Common Facility Centres for Horticulture Products . Pakistan Horticulture Development & Export Company Ministry of Commerce, Government of Pakistan. Monday 28-03-2011. 0. A. Supply Chain Management

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Seminar on Agriculture

Common Facility Centres

for Horticulture Products

Pakistan Horticulture Development & Export Company

Ministry of Commerce, Government of Pakistan

Monday 28-03-2011

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A. Supply Chain Management

i) Facilitation & Support on international compliances for food quality & safety

ii) Capacity building of stakeholders through trainings & technical assistance

iii) Product Development & Certifications

B. Marketing

i) Market Intelligence & Information Dissemination

ii) Product & Market Diversification

iii) Linkages Development & Trade Delegations

iv) Trade Dispute Settlement

C. Business Development

i) Supply Chain Infrastructure

ii) Value Addition

Objectives & Operational Divisions

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requirement of common facility centres
Requirement of Common Facility Centres
  • Current Horticulture Production is (for 2008-09) 15.0 million tons. Based on domestic market rates of fruits and vegetables, its total worth is estimated at around Rs 225 billions($2.60 billion).
  • Among other things, one of the main constraint of horticulture sector is heavy post harvest losses estimated at 20-40 % mainly attributable to poor/ less than satisfactory infrastructure for post harvest treatment of horticulture produce e.g., pack houses, cold stores & refrigerated transport.
  • Compliance of SPS requirements of the importing countries requires infrastructure like, hot water treatment, cold treatment, irradiation, vapour heat treatment etc. besides Global GAP, HACCP, ISO 22000 certification.
  • Since, the above said infrastructure is costly, establishment of common facility centres is the appropriate solution.
  • Collection Points being established by PHDEC is a step in this direction. Paras Foods and Apple Grading Plant at Quetta are other CFC’s under PHDEC.
  • PHDEC has entered into a joint venture with a private sector partner for processing of Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Processing at Karachi.
  • PHDEC, on directive of Taskforce on NTCIP / Ministry of Commerce, has been working on a mega project comprising common facility centres for horti products.
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Cool Chain System (CCS) Project under National Trade Corridor Improvement Program

  • 39 Modern pack-houses

(including cold storage facilities at 31 locations)

Products: Kinnow, Mango, Apple, Dates, Banana, Apricot, Peach, Plum, Grapes, Potato, Onions, Tomato and Seasonal vegetables

  • 23 Cold storages

(CA & VS Storages at 23 locations 13-production areas, 7-airports, 3- seaports)

c)2 Reefers/container yards (with parking capacity for 200 containers & 50 CA containers each at Lahore & Karachi)

  • 6 Testing labs at different locations (production areas)

PHDEC, with the help of IPDF, has developed a project comprising 70 units to be established as common facility centers on the basis of Public Private Partnership. The brief detail are given here under:

Project Scope

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Cool Chain System (CCS) Project under National Trade Corridor Improvement Program

Project Implementation Strategy

  • Project will be implemented in two components
  • i) Punjab & Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • ii) Sindh & Balochistan
  • Project will be implemented under Public Private Partnership
  • The private sector will make the investment
  • Government will provide incentives
  • Testing labs: will be established in public sector

Project Cost

(Rs in million)

Description Punjab – NWFP Bal.– Sindh Total

Total Project Cost 7,513 4,993 12,506

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Cool Chain System (CCS) Project under National Trade Corridor Improvement Program

Financial Indicators

Project Status

  • Under approval process (for concessions/incentives ) after which EOI would be invited from potential investors.
  • PHDEC will be Coordinating/Monitory body on behalf of Govt.
  • IPDF is assisting in project formulation/marketing and implementation
paras foods
PARAS Foods

This is a joint venture of PHDEC & PAEC (Pakistan Atomic Energy

Commission). The main objective of the project is to act as a common

facility centre for irradiation of horticulture products (fruits, vegetables,

spices & herbs etc) Its major purpose is to achieve dis- infestations,

extend shelf life of produce and meet quarantine (SPS) requirements of

the importing countries. It is a joint venture of PHDEC and PAEC.

Project Scope

Project Cost

Project cost (approved) Rs. 78.127 Million.

Date of Approval 22-09-2004

EDF Funds Rs. 60.080 Million.

Date of Funds Release 08 -04 - 2005

Date of Commencement June 2006

Cost Incurred Rs. 95.640 Million (approx.)

Cost beyond EDF funds has been financed

by equity/payables to PAEC/ATCOP

Project Status

Project has been in operation since June 2009. Recently, its marketing activities have been out- sourced to a private sector party to increase its capacity utilization / revenue generation.

apple grading plant quetta

Apple Grading Plant - Quetta

Project Scope Renovation & Up-gradation of old apple grading plant. The

project is to be run as common facility centre.

Location Agri Research Institute, Sariab Road,Quetta.

Project Cost Rs. 20.35 million

Rs. 6.35 million – Machinery (Funded by EDF)

Rs. 15.0 million – Land & Building (Provided by Agriculture Dept. Balochistan)

EDF Funds Rs. 6.35 million

Project Status Operational since Aug 2008 while Cold store is under construction

Despite efforts to motivate private sector, the project has not started commercial operation mainly due to poor law & order situation in the area and non availability of working capital. To attract private sector partners, advertisement will be placed in newspapers shortly.

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Common Facility Centre for Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Processing at Karachi

Project Scope

This is a joint venture between Govt. of Pakistan ((through PHDEC) and Durrani Associates . The management of the plant would be with private partner. The scope of processing activities includes sorting washing/cleaning, hot water treatment, cold treatment, grading, packing, and storage of various products, mainly for following products:

Hot water treatment: Mango, Grapefruits, Capsicum,Tomato & Chilies etc. This would result in commercialization of sea shipments of mango/other at larger scale.

Chilling treatment: Kinnow, cabbage, cauliflower, Capsicum, Green chilies, Cucumbers etc

Location : Gadap Road, Karachi (Sindh

Plant Capacity :15 tons/hr; 150 working days/annum

Project Cost Rs. 177.505 million

Financing Plan

Durrani Associates Rs. 88.754

PHDEC (EDF) Rs. 88.753

Financial Indicators

IFRR : 47.47%

Pay Back : 3.1 Years

Break-even : 49.32% (1st Year)

Net Present Value : Rs. 363.253 million

dates processing plant at khairpur
Dates Processing Plant at Khairpur

Fresh dates processing facility comprising of Storage, Fumigation,

Cleaning & Washing, Drying, and Sorting & Grading & Packing. The

project will be implemented under PPP mode. In this connection, an MOU

signed with Sindh Board of Investment & Agriculture Department, Sindh.

Project Scope

The plant will have a processing capacity of 1.5 tons per hour or 3,375 tons per year (based on two shifts and 5 months operation) at 100% capacity level.

Processing Capacity

Project Cost

Revised Total Project Cost = Rs. 91.375 million

Revised Project Cost Excl Land = Rs. 88.075 million

Funds Available = Rs. 20.000 million

Shortfall/Funds Requirements = Rs. 71.375 million

Financial Indicators

IFRR 33.7 %

NPV (at 15 %) 77.493

Average rate of return 27.99

Pay back period 2.87 years

Breakeven capacity 28%

Project Status

PHDEC & SBI jointly are working on this project

support suggestions for hoticulture
Support / Suggestions for Hoticulture

Support for Common Facility Centers for processing of fresh fruits & vegetables

Approval of Cool Chain System Project by CDWP/ECNEC on fast track basis.

Extension of mark-up support facility (through Export Development Fund) to Pack Houses & Value Addition units.

Resolution for shortage of Controlled Atmosphere (CA) and Reefer containers for sea shipments.

Resolution for inadequate air cargo space.

Special air freight rates for export of mangoes.

Financial support to farmers/exporters

Loan

Guarantees

Revolving credit (seasonal)

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Thank You

www.phdeb.org.pk

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A. Supply Chain Management

i) Facilitation & Support on international compliances for food quality & safety

ii) Capacity building of stakeholders through trainings & technical assistance

iii) Product Development & Certifications

B. Marketing

i) Market Intelligence & Information Dissemination

ii) Product & Market Diversification

iii) Linkages Development & Trade Delegations

iv) Trade Dispute Settlement

C. Business Development

i) Supply Chain Infrastructure

ii) Value Addition

Operational Divisions

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