Thursday, June 15, 2017

Tanstia FNF : Invitation to Programmes

Greetings & Wishes to you from TFSC!!
We would like to invite you to participate 
in the following programmes. 
We would appreciate your support 
and conformation for nomination.
** Special group discount available


(Seminar on Health Awareness). Reducing absenteeism and increasing the productivity (Using Natural Herbal Products)
20.06.2017, (10.00A.M to 5.00P.M)
Technical sessions on GST
24.06.2017, (10.00A.M to 5.00P.M)
Business Management System BMS 1000:2016 / System Implementation (Exclusively for Entrepreneurs)
28.06.2017, (10.00A.M to 5.00P.M)
Cost Reduction in Packaging and Value Analysis
03.07.2017, (10.00A.M to 5.00P.M)
Employee Motivation (Vetri Namadhe)
(05.07.2017 ) 10.00A.M to 5.00P.M
Export Business Success Secrets
07.07.2017, 10.00A.M to 5.00P.M
Looking forward to your compliance and support, by confirmation.
Thanking you,
With warm regards, 


 With warm regards, 
K. Manoj kumar 
Manager – Training
TANSTIA-FNF SERVICE CENTRE
B-22,Industrial Estate,
Guindy,Chennai – 600 032
Mob: 97890 60133
Phone-044-22501451, 43534040

Saturday, March 04, 2017

Gelatin Industry Today

 Cheaper raw materials, relaxed regulations favor to
Indian gelatin makers
Crushed bone is the major raw material for ossein and gelatin production, and the industry consumes around 18,000 tonnes of this raw material every month. Gelatin finds application mainly in the healthcare and processed food sector
With gelatin and ossein prices in the global market weakening and the increasing trend in the crushed bone price in India affects the Industry
As the availability of good quality crushed bones at a reasonable cost is critical for the competitiveness of the domestic ossein and gelatin industry, the government has allowed imports. For the gelatin industry, raw material costs constitute almost 50-55 per cent of the total cost
The global price of crushed bone is under Rs.25/kg, whereas Indian prices today hover around Rs.28-30, which itself is a sharp drop from last year’s nearly Rs.35/kg

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Business Opportunities in Food Industry

 One Week Training Programme On
       “Business Opportunities in Food Industry”


Dear Sir,


Greetings from TFSC!!
As you are aware, TFSC is a collaborative venture between Tamil Nadu Small and Tiny Industries Association and Friedrich Naumann Stiftung fur die Freiheit, Germany, established to set up and promote Small and Medium Enterprises, since 1992. 
We organize capacity building programmes for the SMEs both on skill development and also on Managerial on topics of relevance every now and then. 
TFSC is now organizing a PRACTICAL TRAINING   programme on   “ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN FOOD INDUSTRY “ at TANSTIA HALL, 2nd Floor, 10, G .S .T. Road, Guindy, Chennai- 600 032. 

Objective:
To make the people understand the business opportunities available to enter the food industry as a successful entrepreneur with proper training and guidance.

Benefits:
·         The workshop will give practical illustrations on how to start your own food products unit with proper guidance from concerned officials when and wherever required. Most importantly you get the benefit of
·         Self Employment and be independent
·         To earn more income than employed officials
·         Provide employment opportunities to others
·         Costing and price fixing
·         Procurement of raw materials
·         Machinery and equipment details
·         ISI , Agmark Certification
·         Marketing
·         Packaging
Methodology: 
·         Hands on practical training
·         Printed notes
Target Group:
Entrepreneurs, Housewives & individuals who wish to become a successful entrepreneur in food industry.

TOPIC
“  Business Opportunities in Food Industry 
DURATION & TIMINGS
One Week  from 24th January,  2017 – 31stJanuary, 2017 (24,25,27,28,30,31) ,Timings : (09:30am to 2:00 pm)
Registration:  (09:00 am – 9.30a.m)
VENUE
Tanstia Hall,  2nd Floor, No.10, G.S.T. Road, Guindy,  Chennai – 600032, (Land Mark: Above Indian Overseas Bank and Opposite to Sangeetha Veg Restaurant )
FEE
Rs. 2500/- per participant, Course Kit, Tea and Refreshments will be provided. (Payment can be made by cash/DD/Cheque favoring TANSTIA-FNF Service Centre, Chennai.)


We would be glad to have your confirmation through the attached registration form on or before 21st  January 2017.

Note: Kindly inform the same to your colleagues / friends so that they could also participate in this programme
We look forward to your kind participation / nominations and meeting you at the programme.
Thanking you,
With warm regards, 

K. Manoj kumar 
Manager – Training

TANSTIA-FNF SERVICE CENTRE
B-22,Industrial Estate,
Guindy,
Chennai – 600 032
Mob: 97890 60133
Phone-044-22501451, 43534040

Monday, January 16, 2017

technology sourcing - Sulphamic Acid

Sulphamic Acid
Sources of technology, Patents, patent consultants, technology transfer
Primary Information Services 


Information @ a GlanceContents on the CD ROM
  • Sulfamic acid, is also known as amidosulfonic acid, amidosulfuric acid, aminosulfonic acid, and sulfamidic acid
  • Sulfamic acid is a molecular compound with the formula H3NSO3.
  • Sulphamic Acid is a dry, non-volatile, non-hygroscopic, stable solid. It is soluble in water and forms a strongly acidic aqueous solution that is comparable in acidity to the common strong mineral acids, but it can be safely handled and stored in the dry form.
  • Urea & 23-25% Oleum are fed at controlled rates to reactor, which is cooled by chilled water/brine and cooling water. The reaction products are diluted by mixing with recycled mother liquor (available after separation of crystals of sulfamic acid).
    Temperature is controlled during mixing by chilled water/brine. Dilute acid streams (70% sulfuric acid) is separated after the mixing operation and is sold to SSP/Alum manufacturer.
  • The technology of production of Sulphamic Acid is patent protected and will require know-how transfer from companies who have the patents assigned to them by the Inventors/assigners
  • Sulfamic acid is used as an acidic cleaning agent .Sulfamic acid is preferable to use in household in comparison to hydrochloric acid for its intrinsic safety.
  • Sulphamic acid is used to reduce the pH of drilling fluids prior to disposal and is also used as a de-scaling additive
  • When compared to most of the common strong mineral acids, sulfamic acid has desirable water descaling properties, low volatility, low toxicity.
  • Sulfamic acid is used for cleaning metals and ceramics; standard in alkalimetry; nitrite removal in dyeing; stabilisation of chlorine and hypochlorite for swimming pools; sulfonating agent; organic synthesis; pH control; hard water scale removal; electroplating. Laboratory reagent.
  • India exported sulphamic acid worth USD 707,896 with total quantity of 1,059,531. Kuwait is the largest buyer of sulphamic acid followed by United Arab Emirates and Lebanon
     
Basics
  • Sulphamic Acid Powder
  • Process Description
  • Indian Standards - Sulphamic Acid
  • Primary Standard
Product MSDS
  • U.K. Company product
  • Product of Company in SA
  • Product of U.K. Company
  • Company - chemical treatment services
  • Company - Australia
Applications
  • Microwave assisted sulphamic acid catalysed synthesis of triaryl-1H-imidazoles
  • Sulphamic acid assisted synthesis of polyhydroquinolines
  • Synthesis and Characterization of Sulfamic Acid- Functionalized Nanoparticles
Technology  Source - Patents
Consultancy
  • Process Design Services for Sulphamic Acid Plant
  • Chemical Consulting firm - USA
  • Chemicals Pricing Data & Production Cost Reports
  • List of Patent Agents
Companies - Manufacturers
  • Company in India
  • U.K. Company product profile
Special  Products Reports
  • Brief process description, flow chart & mass balance
  • Export from India

Questions? mailto:primaryinfo@gmail.com

Monday, January 02, 2017

Imports of products under HS Code 84705010 POINT OF SALE TERMINAL

India imported goods worth USD 80,496,165 under HS Code 84705010 with total quantity of 824,613. Vietnam is the largest supplier of accounting for imports worth USD 54,845,861 followed by China and Singapore which exported worth USD 13,494,749 and USD 4,319,245 respectively.

Delhi Air Cargo accounted for 71.8% of imports followed by Tughlakabad and Bombay Air Cargo which account for 15.7% and 4.7% of imports respectively.