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             FINAL MARKET REPORT                        Sale-32

Paramount Tea Marketing Pvt Ltd

                      Siliguri                                                                                     Held on  10TH TO 11th August, 2016.  

                               

 

MARKET DESCRIPTION

 

CTC:

Good demand (75.70%)

Teas sold at easier levels.  

Internal buyers operated with fair support from HUL & Regional packeteers

                            

DUST:

Fair demand (66.64%)

Prices for all sorts were steady to easier following quality.

Internal buyers operated.

 

                                            

 

                                         

                                         Auction Sold Qty (In Lac) with Avgs & Out lot %

 

 

Sale-32

Sale- 31

Total

CTC

DUST

OUTLOTS

CTC

DUST

OUTLOTS

Sale-32

Sale- 31

Sold Qty

27.40

4.19

26%

22.27

3.91

28%

31.60

26.18

Avg Price

129.46

124.43

133.36

126.37

128.79

132.31

 

          

                            STAC QNTY SOLD & AVG PRICE IN LAC KGS

2016

2015

DIFFERENCE

 SALE 32/2016

UPTO THE SALE

SALE 32/2015

UPTO THE SALE

FOR THE SALE

UPTO THE SALE

QNTY

AVG

QNTY

AVG

QNTY

AVG

QNTY

AVG

QNTY

AVG

QNTY

AVG

31.60

128.79

346.52

137.65

26.56

126.98

341.80

129.91

5.04

1.81

4.72

7.74

                       

 

                                                                       TOP NOTCHERS                    

BOP

BOPSM

BP

OF

SARAT

179

KARTICK

201

KARBALLA CLONAL SPECIAL

227

RYDAK

206

BINAGURI

171

DALGAON

186

KARTICK

216

HANSQUA

202

PAHARGOOMIAH

170

KUMARGRAM

184

PAHARGOOMIAH

211

PAHARGOOMIAH

201

INDONG GOLD

167

GOPALPUR

184

RYDAK

210

KARTICK

197

DALGAON

167

PAHARGOOMIAH

184

HANSQUA

202

BINAGURI

195

 

                       PD

                   DUST

KARTICK

200

KARTICK

176

DALGAON

     187

RYDAK

175

BINAGURI

176

BINAGURI

174

RYDAK

175

KUMARGRAM

173

NEPUCHAPUR

173

PAHARGOOMIAH

171

 

 

PRICE RANGE

Price Range

Sold Qty (In lac)

Sold %

Sale-32

Sale -31

Sale-32

Sale-31

Up to-100

5.23

3.15

16.54

12.03

101-120

10.25

8.62

32.44

32.91

121-140

5.50

4.56

17.42

17.44

141-160

3.89

3.38

12.32

12.90

161-180

4.55

4.13

14.40

15.78

181-200

1.79

1.90

5.65

7.26

ABOVE 200

0.38

0.44

1.23

1.67

 

 

 

GARDEN LEVELS (In Rs)

CATEGORY

LARGE BROKENS

BROKENS

FANNINGS

DUST

BEST

151-171

191-211

191-209

167-177

GOOD

141-151

171-191

169-191

157-167

MEDIUM

121-141

161-171

151-169

147-157

PLAIN

111-121

131-161

131-151

127-147

 

BLF LEVELS (In Rs)

CATEGORY

LARGE BROKENS

BROKEN

FANNINGS

DUST

BEST

114-124

124-134

124-134

115-125

GOOD

104-114

104-124

114-124

105-115

MEDIUM

94-104

96-104

100-110

95-105

PLAIN

84-94

91-96

94-104

91-95

 

 

 

 

Grade wise Avg Price & Percentage to Total Sales

 

BOP

BOPL

BOPSM

BOPSM1

BP

BP1

OF

OF1

PD

PD1

D

D1

SALE

32

116.75

123.75

125.90

111.92

136.10

122.86

129.69

112.83

128.75

115.75

126.4

107

4.86

0.42

15.37

0.97

37.02

7.72

16.58

3.40

7.21

2.23

2.71

0.74

SALE31

120.48

139.03

129.16

109.50

138.81

120.52

139.30

117.61

129.40

114.42

132

113

4.49

0.41

13.80

1.34

33.84

8.05

19.49

3.06

7.69

2.79

3.59

0.79

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Twenty Buyers

SL NO.

BUYERS

DEAL QNTY (KGS)

AVG PRICE

1

HUL

281349

126.93

2

BANSAL TEA TRADERS

126195

117.81

3

LAXMI TEA TRADING CO

104434

110.99

4

GGL

86067

113.74

5

K.B TEA PRODUCT

82503

154.39

6

DALMIA TEA

79524

183.14

7

RAJ ENTERPRISES

77061

155.95

8

MOHANI TEA LEAVES

64140

107.83

9

TEA SERVICES

63424

116.35

10

LEAF TEA HOUSE

62233

134.57

11

PATAKA INDTS

57898

141.43

12

DTL

57479

105.29

13

JAYSHREE TEA & INDTS

46152

100.36

14

BANSAL AGRO & TEA

44547

108.05

15

MILAN AGRO CO

43540

109.57

16

SRI PURBANCHAL TEA

40104

124.69

17

KALIKA TEA TRADERS

39451

104.80

18

SUDEEP SALES AGENCY

36473

170.63

19

JAMNADAS TRIBHOVANDAS

35298

103.64

20

MAHAVIR TEA CENTRE

34791

121.85

                                                    

                                                   Area Wise Sold Qty (In Lac) & Avg Price

AREA

DOOARS

+/-

SALE NO.

SALE-32 CY

SALE-32 LY

 

EST

BLF

EST

BLF

EST

BLF

SOLD QTY

11.79

5.79

5.07

8.37

6.07

-2.58

AVG PRICE

152.45

108.16

136.68

106.38

15.77

1.78

 

AREA

TERAI

+/-

SALE NO

SALE-32 CY

SALE-32 LY

 

EST

BLF

EST

BLF

EST

BLF

SOLD QTY

5.06

8.37

4.14

5.62

0.92

2.75

AVG PRICE

136.68

106.38

148.25

93.88

11.57

12.5

                                          

                                              FRESH ARRIVALS FOR SALE – 35 (IN PKGS)

CATEGORY

2016

2015

+/-

CTC

91318

92929

        -1611

DUST

13305

13593

                    -288

TOTAL

104623

109522

       -4899

Web: www.paramounttea.com                                                                                                                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tea news

 

Claim on tea garden buyers

OUR CORRESPONDENT

Siliguri, July 28: The Madarihat BJP MLA, Manoj Tigga, today claimed that the Tea Board of India had found prospective buyers for four of the seven tea estates taken over from the Duncans' Goenka Group.

Speaking to The Telegraph over the phone, Tigga said: "As the Tea Board had acquired seven tea estates of the group and was scouting for their buyers, I had visited the board's headquarters in Calcutta a couple of days back. I spoke to officials of the board who told me that they had found suitable investors for four gardens."

"The board officials have sent the details of the investors and all necessary documents to the Union ministry of commerce and industry. The ministry will go through the documents and is likely to give the final approval," the MLA said.

The four gardens, he said, are Dhumchipara, Garganda, Hantapara and Birpara. "For the remaining three tea estates, the Tea Board will soon issue fresh tenders," Tigga said.

The other three gardens which the board had acquired in January are Tulsipara, Demdima and Lankapara. All the seven gardens are located in Madarihat block, that is under Tigga's constituency.

The MLA, who is also a member of the Assembly standing committee on labour, said: "After the approval comes from the ministry, the Tea Board will inform the Calcutta High Court about the new developments as a case is pending there on the acquisition of the seven tea estates. It is the judiciary that will take the final decision."

The Duncans' Group had moved the high court against the takeover of the gardens.

 

Quick and hassle-free


Swaati Chaudhury| 12 August, 2016

Here’s some good news for the tea garden owners of North Bengal who are looking to transport their goods from the plantation site to the office in a quick and hassle-free way. Major three-wheeler player, Bajaj Auto, has rolled out a low-cost, three-wheeler cargo vehicle called Maxima C that promises to give more mileage, run smoothly with less vibration and give a good account of itself on steep and inhospitable Himalayan terrains.

Neeraj Khandelwal, regional head, West Bengal and North-East, Bajaj Commercial Vehicles, said, “Our newly-launched three-wheeler cargo has 23 per cent more power and its parts are sturdy and highly durable. It can run on both compressed natural gas or diesel and we are offering free maintenance for a year. Since there are a number of tea gardens in the Dooars and Darjeeling Hills, this three-wheeler cargo will be highly suitable to transport tea. The cargo vehicle can also make more trips in a short time and will be in high demand in the tea gardens in and around Siliguri, Jalpaiguri, Malbazaar, Cooch Behar and Dhupguri. This kind of vehicle can easily negotiate rough and narrow roads in high-altitude zones.” The three-wheeler Maxima C comes at a price of Rs 1,99,891.

Tea gardens aside, the three-wheeler cargo is the best option for transporting beverages like coffee in the Nilgiri Hills down south and perishable vegetables and fruits like oranges in the Darjeeling Hills. 

Khandelwal said, “Our three-wheeler segment commands around 90 per cent market share in the alternate fuel segment and sales are quite robust in North Bengal. With the launch of the new three-wheeler cargo, we are targeting about 25 per cent market share in North Bengal in the current fiscal. We have four dealers for three-wheeler cargo vehicles in Bengal including two in Kolkata and one each in Durgapur and Siliguri.”

The auto major, however, has stiff competition from the Mahindra Group in the three-wheeler cargo segment. Khandelwal said, “We are hoping for a sale of 50 to 60 three-wheeler vehicles per month in the initial period and that is likely to go up in future. The three-wheeler cargo scenario in Bengal has a bright future and is likely to record a 10-15 per cent growth in the next couple of years.”