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MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS FROM 2008-Ongoing
   
CAPEX   ---- A three dimensional changing Phase

The changes  that recorded in Capex in the last financial year is to be ear marked as a  three dimensional change and can be viewed as a revolutionary transformation in  all aspects and at all angles. All necessary steps has been taken on war foot  basis to reduce loss and to drive on to a road which can take the industry to a  better profit making organization with in a short period from now. The whole  hearted support from the Government and the officials together with our immense  intense effort for sure will make the organization a result oriented one in the  coming years.

       
  • Replaced old traditional boarmas at our 10  factories and  Installed 15Electric Bormas at 10 factories  of CAPEX  to reduce and nullify the   quality loss; and thus to improve profit  margin.     
       
  • As a part  of modernization 7 CAPEX factories were fully  Reconstructed and rejuvenated including installation of New Chimneys, Bathrooms, Roasting Machines, Day care centers,yards for  drying raw nuts  etc.,   Reconstruction works at the rest of the 3  factories are in full swing.             
                                                                              
  • Turnover of Rs 16 crores (06-07) has been enhanced to Rs. 37 crores  during the financial year 2008-2009 and further to Rs. 48  crores during 09-10.
            
  • Loss of Rs.6.69  Cores in the year  2006-07 had come down to Rs. 4.17 Crores  during the audited year 2007-08, and the net loss has touched down to Rs. 3.35  cores during the financial year 2008-09. 
       
  • Construction of a 11000 sqft Modern flexi  packing centre along with fully automated H.O , which got inaugurated on  29-10-2009 was another achievement . Till then capex was working in a rented  building at Kadappakada , Quilon ..
         
     
  • Maximum Capacity Utilization by  increasing Employees strength      from  3800 workers in 2007 to 6300  employees in 2010, helped the organization in two ways , by providing more  employment opportunity and by utilizing the entire production capacity  .   
       
  • Computerization of CAPEX Head Office  has been completed successfully and the computerization works at 10 Factories  is in full swing. After the successful completion of the same, the entire  activities undergone at the factories can be monitored and necessary  corrections can be advised then and there.
          
  • Maximum capacity Utilization in  factories has been made effective by increasing the Employee strength and thus  enhanced the Roasting capacity from  35M.T/day to 54 M.T/day.  
       
  • Highest ever production performance of  11590  Mtns recorded during 2009-10 when  compared to 6732  Mtns during the  previous year, and 2950 Mtns during the financial year 2008-09 .     
       
  • Exploited the foreign markets by fetching with 16 containers during  2008-09, at a better price.   
       
  • Fully automated Export Packing Machine has been purchased and got it installed at  the new packing center at Mundalkkal , Kollam.
           
  • Domestic Market has been explored by  introducing new packs of various grade kernels and is participating in trade  shows and other festival shows in Kerala State . Domestic market will be more and more explored during  2010-11.
         
      
  • We have paid off all the  arrears pertaining to the statutory liabilities like ESI, EPF, RWF,Sales  tax etc, payment of arrear salary, wages and Bonus to workers . In addition to  this, pending payments to Rawnut Suppliers were paid who had supplied during  the past few years.All these liabilities were pending for payment long since  the new board has taken over of  charge.    
       
  • We were able to procure maximum quantity of Kerala origin raw cashew nuts from  Kannur ,Malapuram, Kasarcode districts and more and more effective steps will  be taken to procure the best available quantity of raw cashew nuts from Kerala  itself, so that the farmers will be much benefited and will get a reasonable  price , more over they can be protected From being exploited by the middle agents.    
       
  • Issued arrear gratuity to the retired  workers of Capex from 1998 to 2006 with the funds received from Government of  Kerala during 2008-09, 09-10 &10-11.
            
  • Roasting and Salting machine  has also  been installed at the new packing centre at  Mundakkal, Kollam to fetch the domestic market to give variety of tastes for Capex  Cashews.     
       
  • During  the calendar year 2009 capex has crossed our own  previous working day Record of 210 days with 214 days, when compared to 96 days during  2007 and till 30/06/10 we already achieved 136 working days.  
         
  • Purchased and installed hand operated Cutting Machine to cut raw nuts at  10 factories of Capex to increase the productivity.
                
  • Sale of Cashew kernels through Dealers  and Franchise had by now brought up the brand image for Capex Cashews.     
         
  • A project for installing Solar Panels  at 9 factories of Capex has been    approved  by the Government of Kerala with technical assistance from ANERT.   
         
  • The Electricity tariff plan of all our  factories were amazingly alarming. During the first half of 2008, we found that  each factory carried a monthly bill amounting to Rs 14000-21000/- .The tariff  was then under 6c, 7A in all factories, this was changed to LT4 tariff plan and  the bill amount started to Rs 3000 to Rs 4000/month for each factory. Three  appointments under the dying in harness has been made fro the long pending list

 CAPEX- GENERAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS

Financial year

No: of factories

No: of working days

Workers strngth

Production Achieved(MT)

Turnover (in lakhs)

Profit/Loss(in lakhs)

1984-85

8

58

2052

85

0.5

-100.19

1985-86

9

105

4609

1733

548.86

-101.23

1986-87

10

127

4669

1253

580.82

-195.97

1987-88

10

87

4606

2075

628.74

-136.73

1988-89

10

118

4579

1475

800.57

-154.93

1989-90

10

83

4542

1612

968.82

-88.36

1990-91

10

126

4553

1825

1502.56

64.07

1991-92

10

75

5990

1522

1064.87

241.2

1992-93

10

210

6076

2496

3226.91

-265.05

1993-94

10

150

6273

3155

3221.56

-276.55

1994-95

10

207

6238

2779

4044.45

-235.05

1995-96

10

145

6184

3187

2762.29

-103.59

1996-97

10

42

5958

1130

681.29

-304.63

1997-98

10

81

5737

1413

1412.89

-192.79

1998-99

10

50

5397

298

1068.64

-171.04

1999-00

10

137

5196

5733

3202.4

-378.75

2000-01

10

17

4976

686

1181.23

-417.36

2001-02

10

NIL

4672

NIL

31.57

-692.84

2002-03

ACHIVEMENTYS IN  NUT SHELL

  1,  Highest ever production performance .
  2,  Maximum Employee strength.
  3,  Highest  turn over even since inception.
  4,  Minimum loss.
  5,  Record number of working days.
  6,  Maximum capacity utilization.
  7,  Highest quantity of purchase.