B1.2 Warehouse Receipts Development

 warehouses  that  will  be  upgraded  and  in  setting  up  an  electronic warehouse receipt system for these 40 warehouses. The following table gives an illustrative list of investments per MSWC godown that will be financed in the Project .

Illustrative list of investments per MSWC godown

Sr. No.

Infrastructure Investment Items

1

Upgrading of existing godown infrastructure

2

Setting up computers for on line trading

3

Electronic weighing scales

4

Price information ticker

5.

Setting up quality assessment laboratory

12. The total investment in about 12.00 Lakh MT of the existing storage capacity MSWC godowns is estimated at around Rs 700 Crore.   If this is annualized at 2.5%, over the six years of the project, MSWC’s investment amounts to some Rs 100 Crore.

13. Capacity Building Activities: Capacity building on price risk management will be provided at two levels: representatives and functionaries (book-keeper) of the PGs and PAs.

14. Activity Schedule: The activity schedule for upgradation  of facilities at MSWC godowns is given in the following table.

Activity / PY

PY1

PY2

PY3

PY4

PY5

PY6

MSWC Warehouses up-gradation and warehouse receipt financing and e-trade service provision

 

10

 

20

 

10

 

-

 

-

 

-

Warehouse receipt financing and e-trade service provision

 

-

 

5

 

15

 

20

 

-

 

-

Price Risk Management Training for PG representatives and functionaries (individuals trained)

 

-

 

1000

 

1000

 

1000

 

1000

 

-

Price Risk Management Training for PA

representatives (individuals trained)

 

-

 

-

 

120

 

120

 

120

 

120

B. APMC godowns :-

15. The National Spot Exchange Ltd. (NSEL) has already agreed to have a tie up with the APMCs. The NSEL has further agreed to tie up with the Banks to provide credit facilities to the produce stored at these APMC godowns.

16.

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