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FROM THE CHAIR- Problems and Prospects of Sugar Industry

April 2, 1983 FROM THE CHAIR Problems and Prospects of Sugar Industry By Shri H C Kothari IN the productivity year 1982, as declared by our revered Prime Minister, Smt. Indira Gandhi, the sugar industry has achieved an all-time record output of 84.35 lakh tonnes as against the last year's output of 51.42 lakh tonnes, representing an increase of 64%. The capacity utilisation has been of the order of 130%. Such a large output has been far in excess of the requirement and consequently the industry has carried forward an unmanageable stock of 33 lakh tonnes as against a stock of 7.7 lakh tonnes brought in from the preceding season.

FROM THE CHAIR- Hindustan Photo Films Manufacturing Company Limited, Ootacamund

expected to produce better results. However, I would like to add that recently due to congestion in all ports all over the world, berths are not available immediately for discharging and a waiting of 3 to 7 days has become a regular feature. This waiting period affects the turn round of the ships and consequently their earnings. From 11th April, 1970 for a period of three years, we have taken from M/s Jayanti Shipping Company, their bulk carrier m v AKBAR JAYANTI of DWT 36,471 on a time charter. Earnings from this ship will be reflected in the current year's account.

Hindustan Photo Films Manufacturing Co Ltd, Ootacamund-Speech by the Chairman, Shri H C Kothari

October 4, 1969 tion thus making this unit a model of progress in partnership and partnership in progress. I am sure you would all join me in thanking our Officers both Technical and Administrative, our workers at the factory and the members of confidence and goodwill we have continued to enjoy and those of you who have taken the trouble to attend this Meeting.
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