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IFFCO- Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Limited, was a unique venture in which the farmers of the country through their own co-operative societies created this new institution to safeguard their interests. It was set up on November 3, 1967 as an initiative of the farmers to make India self-sufficient in foodgrain production. It is one of the largest manufacturers and marketers of fertilizers. The year 2012 has been marked as international year of cooperatives by the UN. During this year, every attempt will be made to work towards fulfilling the Millennium development goals. Cooperatives will have a great role to play in ensuring that society moves forward , growing towards a more promising tomorrow. VISION-

To augment the incremental incomes of farmers by helping them to increase their crop productivity through balanced use of energy and efficient fertilizers , maintain the environmental health and to make cooperative societies economically and democratically strong to ensure an empowered rural India. MISSION1) To stand as a global leader in fertilizer production to cater to the food security need of the nation. 2) Maximizing the synergies of the core business through downstream value additions and forward/backward integrations. 3) Enhancing presence in international markets through strategic joint ventures and synergistic acquisitions. 4) Diversification into other profitable businesses to maximize returns to our stakeholders. 5) Leveraging state of the Art technologies and global best practices to retain its global competitiveness. 6) Promoting integrated Nutrient Management to improve efficiency of fertilizer use and promoting location specific research on efficient fertilizer practices. 7) To bring in sustainability and strategies to prevent climate change by reducing energy consumption , better resources management and promoting renewable energy sources. 8) To help the cooperative societies become economically strong , professionally managed and to equip the farming community with advanced agricultural practices for improved productivity. 9) Achieve fertilizers production/ marketing target of 15 million tonne per annum with an annual turnover of Rs. 30,000 crore. Fertilizers and products: 1) UREA- Urea is the most important nitrogenous fertilizer in the country because of its high nitrogen content (46 %). Besides its use in the crops, it is also used as a cattle feed supplement to replace a part of protein requirements. 2) NPK- The two grades of NPK produced by IFFCO, 10:26:26 and 12:32:16 indicating the content of N,P,K proportion are tailor made to supply the exact composition required for the replenishment of the soil. Granular NPK complexes are free flowing and do not pose any problem during handling and storage. 3) DAP- Diammonium Phosphate is the most important phosphatic fertilizer because of its high analysis and good physical properties. The composition of pure salt of DAP is N- 21.19% and P2O5- 53.76%. Fertilizer grade DAP is 18:46:0 1


NPAmmonium Phosphate Sulphate (20-20-0-13)

1. Moisture % by weight, maximum 2. Total Nitrogen, per cent by weight, minimum 3. Ammoniacal Nitrogen, per cent by weight, minimum 4. Nitrogen in the form of urea, per cent by weight, maximum 5. Neutral Ammonium Citrate soluble Phosphates(as P205), per cent by weight, minimum 6. Water soluble phosphates (as P2O5), per cent by weight, minimum 1.0 20.0 18.0 2.0 20.0 17.0 Not less than 90 per cent of the material shall pass through 4 mm IS sieve and shall be retained on 1 mm IS sieve. Not more than 5 per cent shall be below 1 mm IS sieve. 13.0

7. Particle size 8. Sulphur (as S), per cent by weight minimum

5) BIO- FERTILIZERS- A bio- fertilizer unit was established at cooperative rural development trust, Phulpur, Uttar Pradesh in 1996-97 and other at Kalol (Gujarat) in 2003-04 with an annual capacity of 75 MT and 165 MT respectively of different cultures such as Rhizobium, Azotobacter, PSM, Azospirillium and Acetobacter. 6) WATER SOLUBLE FERTILISERS- These are: Urea Phosphate( 17:44:0 ), NPK ( 19:19:19 ) and sulphate of potash. PLANT AND PRODUCTION-

IFFCO displayed commendable performance especially in the areas of Production, Sales, Transportation and Specific energy consumption. It has five state of the art manufacturing units in India namely1) KALOL and KANDLA plants in Gujarat, commissioned in early 1975 2) PHULPUR and AONLA plants in Uttar Pradesh, in the year 1981 and 1988 respectively. 3) PARADEEP in Odisha in 2005 In the year 2011-2012 IFFCO produced 84.42 lakh MT of fertilizers comprising all time high 44.87 lakh MT urea and 39.55 lakh MT 0f NP/NPK/DAP/Water soluble fertilizers. MARKETING-

IFFCO distributes its fertilizers in 29 states/ union territories in the country through the cooperative system. As a matter of policy IFFCO is channelizing the sale of its entire production as well as imports through the cooperative network. IFFCO sells its fertilizers through a network of about 40,000 cooperative societies in different states. Nearly 44% of the material was sold directly to the societies whereas 49% was routed through federations. About 5% was sold through 157 Farmers Service Centers and about 2% through agros. FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE-

IFFCO recorded a turnover of Rs 25,599 crore during 2011-12, with profit before tax of Rs. 1017.78 crore and profit after tax of Rs. 772.18 crore. The society declared a dividend of 20% to its shareholders. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY-

Various promotional and extension programmes during the year focused on improving soil health, promoting balanced use of fertilizer. It has initiated a project on soil rejuvenation and productivity enhancement project. The society continues to focus its efforts on the development of modern agricultural villages with an aim to bring about an overall upliftment in the living standards of the rural community through integrated rural development with emphasis on agriculture development, creation of drinking water facilities, medical and veterinary check up etc. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 17) IFFCO ASSOCIATESIFFCO- Tokio General Insurance Company LTD. Oman India fertilizer Company S.A.O.C Jordan India fertilizer company L.L.C IFFCO Chattisgarh power Ltd. IFFCO Kisan Sanchar Ltd. IFFCO Kisan SEZ ltd. Industries Chimiques Du Senegal Kisan International Trading, FZE National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Ltd. National Collateral Management Services ltd. Indian Potash Ltd. IFFCO Kisan Bazar & Logistics ltd. Indian Farm afaorestry Development Cooperative Ltd. IFFCO Foundation Cooperative Rural Development Trust IFFCO Kisan Sewa Trust GrowMax Agri Corp.


IFFCO has been giving continuous thrust to quality movement in all its functional areas. Kalol unit have IMS for ISO 90012008 and ISO 14001-2004 and OHSAS 18001-2007 certified by Bureau Veritas Certification. Phulpur unit is the first in fertilizer sector to be accredited with BSEN 16001 Certification by BSI , for its energy Management system. Kandla unit has got re-certification for ISO 14001:2004. IMS has been implemented in Aonla Unit which also includes certain certifications by ISO.