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India's first port based edible oil refinery and hydrogenation complex at Mundra, Gujarat

Adani-Wilmar Limited (AWL) - a joint venture between Adani Group of India and Wilmar Holdings Pte. Limited, Singapore - appointed Mott MacDonald to provide engineering and project management ser-vices to set up India's first port based edible oil re-finery at Mundra, Gujarat. AWL's largest state-of-the-art refinery has a consolidated refining capacity of 2200 TPD and hydrogenation capacity of 350 TPD. The quality of oil is at par with the best in the world, meeting U SFDA standards. The plant facilities also include an integrated packaging plant which includes HDPE blow moulding facility, PET Preform/blow moulding facility and Tin manufacturing facilities. It also includes a fully automated corrugated box manufacturing facility along with a facility for multi-layer multi-coloured film for pouch packing. The refining complex has a coal based captive power plant of 4 MW.

We were the promoters' independent technical consultant undertaking design, detailed engineering, procurement assistance, site supervision and project management services.

Adani Edible 1200 TPD Oil Refinery

Grain silo facility, India

Mott MacDonald was commissioned as the design engineer, developing facility infrastructure, foundations for all the civil work, fire protection and electrical installations for construction of 66 grain silos amounting to 593,000 metric tonne storage capacities along with ancillary facilities such as wagon and truck loading and unloading structures, material handling systems and ground infrastructure for Adani Agro Logistics Limited. The project is developed for collection, storage, handling and distribution of bulk food grains both wheat and paddy across India. The two base depots are located at Mogha Kaithal, Punjab and five field depots are located at Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Hooghly and Mumbai.

Grain silo facility, Mogha Kaithal in the state of Punjab

Jangipur mega food park, West Bengal

Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India, is setting up a mega food park at Jangipur near Murshidabad in West Bengal comprising of central processing centre supported by primary processing centres, collection centres based on Hub and Spoke model. We are providing planning, technical assistance, design engineering, project management consultancy and construction supervision to the project.

Pranab Mukherjee, Finance Minister, Government of India, (fourth right) accompanied by Amit Mukherjee, director, Mott MacDonald (second right) on site inspection at Jangipur

Stackable potato chips plant

Mott MacDonald was engaged by Pepsico for its brown field project for stackable potato chips production at Howrah, West Bengal. The project was set up with a capital outlay of INR 500 million. The main plant was designed using pre-engineered building in a 5,000 sq.m area in a controlled air-conditioned environment. Being a brown-field project, the designers faced a challenge of integrating the expansion with the existing facility and also meeting the GMP norms. The project was engineered for a connected electrical load of 2 MW.

The scope of services included detailed engineering, construction supervision, project schedule monitoring and control.

Spice processing business case

Shrichakra Udyog Private Limited (SUPL) is a Government of India (GOI) recognised Two Star Export House dealing in International Trading of Agro Commodities and Building Materials. SUPL has been awarded with the status of holder of Exporters Gold Card under the RBI Scheme from all its Bankers. SUPL started operations in 1998 and within a span of 9 years has achieved a turnover of about Rs 1,000 million (US$ 25 million).

Mott MacDonald assisted SUPL to conceptualise and develop a Spices Processing Project as a backward integration to its existing operation. Mott MacDonald also supported SUPL in achieving Financial Closure of the Project.

Agro industry restructuring

West Bengal Agro Industries Corporation (WBAIC) was established within the State of West Bengal in mid 1950’s to increase agricultural production through use of technology and create employment. The corporation undertook the execution of various schemes in agriculture thereby fulfilling its social obligation at the instance of the Government.

With changing economic and social scenario, the Government of West Bengal appointed Mott MacDonald to prepare a detailed business, administrative and financial restructuring plan for the corporation.

Agro waste to energy project

Turboatom TPS Projects Limited has approached State Bank of India (SBI) with a proposal to set up two 15 MW bio-mass based thermal power plants at Talegaon, district Wardha and Inzhuri, district Washim in Vidharbha region of Maharashtra. The Company has entered into a MoU with Wuxi Huaguang Electric Power Engineering Company Limited (WHEPECL) for the design and supply of major components of plant and machinery for a contract price of RMB 65.638 million (INR 339 million) for 30 MW unit.

SBI has appointed Mott MacDonald to undertake a techno-commercial appraisal of the project across the two locations.

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