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PRESENTATION ON AMUL THE TASTE OF INDIA

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BACKGROUND OF AMUL
VISION
MISSION
OBJECTIVES
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
FACTS
COST SHEET
ANALYSIS

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PRESENTATION ON AMUL THE TASTE OF INDIA

  1. 1. COST SHEET PRESENTED BY: CHANDAN MISHRA
  2. 2. BACKGROUND OF AMUL  Amul is an Indian dairy cooperative, based at Anand in the state of Gujarat, India.  Formed in 1946, it is a brand managed by a cooperative body, the Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. (GCMMF), which today is jointly owned by 3.6 million milk producers in Gujarat.
  3. 3.  In 1997, Amul ice creams entered Mumbai followed by Chennai in 1998 and Kolkata and Delhi in 2002.  The portfolio consisted of impulse products like sticks, cones, cups as well as take home packs and institutional/catering packs.  It achieved the No 1 position in the country. This position was achieved in 2001 and it has continued to remain at the top.
  4. 4.  Today the market share of Amul ice cream is 38% share against the 9% market share of HLL (Kwality Walls), thus making it 4 times larger than its closest competitor.  Not only has it grown at a phenomenal rate but has added a vast variety of flavors to its ever growing range.  In January 2007, Amul introduced SUGAR FREE Prolife Probiotic Wellness Ice Cream, which was a first in India.
  5. 5.  Amul’s entry into ice creams is regarded as successful due to the large market share it was able to capture within a short period of time – due to price differential, quality of products and of course the brand name.
  6. 6. VISION , MISSION AND OBJECTIVE  Vision: Liberate our farmers from economic oppression and lead them to prosperity.  Mission 2020: Dairy cooperatives of Gujarat turnover of Rs. 27000 cr. by the year 2020.  Objective: Is to ensure that the maximum share of the consumer’s rupee goes back to the milk producers.
  7. 7. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
  8. 8. FACTS  The portfolio consisted of impulse products like sticks, cones, cups as well as take home packs and institutional/catering packs.  In 1997, Amul ice creams entered Mumbai followed by Chennai in 1998 and Kolkata and Delhi in 2002. Nationally it was rolled out across the country in 1999.
  9. 9.  Has combated competition like Walls, Mother Dairy and achieved the No 1 position in the country.  Today the market share of Amul ice cream is 38%.  Amul’s entry into ice creams is regarded as successful due to the large market share it was able to capture within a short period of time.
  10. 10. Ice Cream Industry in India  Industry Snapshot:-  Market Size - 1200 Cr.  Ice Cream market is growing at 26%  Major players:-  Amul - Market Leader with share of 36%  HLL - Kwality Walls - 2nd biggest player  Mother Diary  Arun - Chennai Based Hatsun Agro Product
  11. 11. 1000000 300000 250000 300000 350000 200000 250000 150000 100000 50000 100000 150000 3200000 184500 3384500 10 3 2.5 3 3.5 2 2.5 1.5 1 0.5 1 1.5 8 1.845 33.845 Particulars CPU Amount COST SHEET Opening Stock Raw Materials Dry Fruits Milk Flavors Other Ingredients Sugar Cup Cutlery Seasonal Fruits Waffle Cocoa Carriage Inward RAW MATERIAL CONSUMED
  12. 12. Direct Expenses Direct Labor PRIME COST Factory Overheads: Fixed: Depreciation Rent Power Insurance Supervisor’s Salary Variable: Electricity Running exp of machine WORKS COST 2.2 5.3 40.045 2.5 1 1.75 1.5 0.6 0.7 1 9.05 50.395 220000 530000 4134500 250000 100000 175000 150000 60000 70000 100000 905000 5039500 Particulars CPU Amount
  13. 13. Office Overheads Employee Cost Other Expenditure: Computer Telephone Taxes Carriage Outward COST OF PRODUCTION Opening Stock -Closing Stock COST OF GOODS SOLD 10 1.2 0.1 0.4 0.2 62.295 2 64.295 1000000 120000 10000 40000 20000 6229500 200000 6429500 Particulars CPU Amount
  14. 14. Particulars CPU Amount Selling &Dist Exps: Advertisement Delivery Vehicles Petrol Packaging Rates COST OF SALES PROFIT SALES 4 3.5 1.75 0.505 74.05 18.5 92.5625 400000 350000 175000 50500 7405000 1851250 9256250
  15. 15. MARGINAL COST SHEET 9256250 3200000 3384500 2671750 905000 1000000 100000 190000 476750 SALES Variable Cost: Purchases RM Consumed CONTRIBUTION - Fixed Cost Factory Expenses Employee Cost Depreciation Other Expenditure PROFIT
  16. 16. COST SHEET ANALYSIS  The company is producing 100000 units of ice cream at Rs. 74.05 for which the total cost incurred is Rs. 7405000 and the total sales is Rs. 9256250 which implies that that the profit being made is Rs. 1851250.  The company is producing a single cup of ice cream at Rs. 92.5625 which includes the cost of a cup ice cream at Rs. 74.05 which again implies that the profit of Rs. 18.5125 is earned on a single unit of Amul ice cream.
  17. 17.  Since the company is earning some percentage of profit above the cost, it means a slight increase in the cost will not have too much of an effect on the profit since there is a large margin of safety.  Since the company is earning some amount of profit, the business is capable to expand and diversify over a period of time.
  18. 18.  PVR = C/S = 2671750/9256250 = 28.86%  BEP (in Rs.) = FC/PVR = 2195000/28.86 = Rs.760568.26  BEP (in units) = FC/C = 2195000/2.67175 = 821558.9 = 821559  MOS = Profit/PVR = 476750/28.86 = 16519.404
  19. 19. Determination of SP  Amul Ice Cream has marked the selling price of their product roughly 20% above the cost price.  This implies that they are making a profit on each unit of output that is sold.  These profits can be ploughed into the business again to create more output.
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