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• one of the most widely respected Urdu language journals
• we established our position as one of the leading fresh fruit and vegetable
exporters. It was followed by 'Roshan Cold Storage‘
Roshan Packages (Private) Limited
Date of incorporation: August 13, 2002
Flexible unit
2011
Corrugated Box unit
2003
Roshan Packages (Private) Limited
• Ranked by All world network in collaboration with Haward business school
USA & JS bank as 27th fastest growing company in Pakistan under Arabia
500.
• Our position in industry
Corrugated packaging
We are in TOP 3 players
Flexible Packaging
We are in TOP 10 with in 2Years
• We are largest supplier of boxes to fruit and vegetables exporter of
Pakistan
• We have changed dynamics of vegetables & fruit packaging in Pakistan by
replacing wooden box with corrugated boxes
• High Quality Lab is placed to ensure quality prevails in every thing we
supply
Our Culture – Self Adoption of code of corporate governance
Objective
The Company is committed to comply with the highest international
standards of corporate governance
Actions taken
• Audit committee
Three board committees with specific • Appointment & Remuneration committee
responsibility formulate
• Strategic committees
Appointment of External Auditor From • We appointed AF. Ferguson (PWC) as our auditor in 2011
BIG 4
Accounting Firms
Placement of Internal Controls
Implementation of ERP
• We appoint Ernst & Young for Business process Re
engineering and Gap Analysis
• The company has implemented Micro soft GP in 2009
• Moving towards Tier 1 ERP
7
Good Governance
Reporting
Annual General Meeting
Appointment
Board of Directors
Chairman
External Audit
Audit Committee
Appointments and
Compensation
Committee
CEO
Committee for
Strategic Planning &
Finance
Internal Audit
Senior Management
Conduct Audit
Group Operations
Conduct Audit
Reporting
Delegation
Supervision
Our Values
Responsibility
towards
Community &
Environment
Individual
Growth,
Learning and
Development
Ownership &
Openness
Roshan
Packages
Service with
Courtesy &
Integrity
Nurturing
Continuous
Improvement
Honesty &
Commitment
Packages Limited,
15%
Cottage Industry, 39%
Other Companies,
28%
Century Paper Mill,
10%
Roshan Packages
(Pvt) LTD., 7%
Market Demand
Fruit
19%
FMCG (Consumer
Products)
43%
Others
16%
Textile
5% Sports
2% Pharmaceuticals
4%
Oil & Ghee
6%
Home Appliance
5%
53%
47%
44%
30%
28%
23%
14%
13%12%
3% 3%
4%
1%
2% 2%
2% 3% 3%
3% 3% 3%
1%
2%
3%
Our Focus
Agriculture: Constitutes the largest sector of our economy. It contributes about 24
percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and accounts for half of employed labor
force and is the largest source of foreign exchange earnings.
493 US$ market with
growth potential
FMCG: Pakistan’s economy is expanding, with its gross domestic product growing at
around 15–16 percent. Market growth is supported by a boom in the country’s rural
economy, as well as by FMCG companies’ efforts to penetrate rural markets.
Data Source :
Pakistan Bauru of statists
Business Recorder, January 14, 2013,
20 – 25 % growth in
FMCG
Last five Years exports
Export of Vegetable & Fresh Fruits (Billion
Rupees)
Sales
Power (Sales)
47.90
48.32
2010-11
2011-12
30.24
12.61
2007-08
18.30
2008-09
2009-10
Average export market is around 493 million US$. There is no upward trend in
2012 due to flood.
Data Source :
Pakistan Bauru of statists
Fruits & Vegetable FY 13
•
•
•
•
The overall food exports of the country during first eight months of current fiscal year
(2012-13) increased by 9.22 percent.
The exports of overall food group were recorded at US $ 2.963 billion during JulyFebruary (2012-13) against the exports of US$ 2.713 billion during July-February (201112).
The fruit exports increased by 1.82 percent during first eight months of current fiscal
year (2012-13). July-February (2012-13) were recorded at $276.159 million against the
exports of $271.233 million during same period of last year.
Vegetables exports increased from $78.616 million in July-February (2011-12) to
$118.77 million in July-February (2012-13). 51% increase
Data Source :
Business Recorder, April 09, 2013
Roshan Packages (Private) Limited
Other Factors
• Urbanization:
o as consumerism is rising, rural Pakistan is also slowly changing
into more of an urban society.
• Eating Consciousness:
o As people are becoming more health conscious, there is a
growing trend towards well packed, branded products rather
than the loose and unpackaged formats.
• Personal health.
• Marketing Trends
o now people are taking packaging as marketing tools
• Packaging industry will witness
around 25 % growth
• Where as organized sector will
witness growth around 30 – 32% due
to gradual shifts from cottage
industry
Sales and Growth
60%
50%
Year
40%
2011
30%
20%
2010
Percentage
2012
10%
0%
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
Billion Rupees
Sales 0.55
Growth rate
Average growth rate is
around 50%
Growth rate
Growth rate
99%
27%
2010
2011
57%
2012
Authorized capital - Million
Issued, subscribed and paid up capital - Million
500
500
299.39
250
248.36
173.36
100
20
100 99.96
82.46
0.0030
FY - 2003
FY - 2004
FY - 2007
FY - 2011
Fresh Equity Injection
73
FY - 2012
Rupees in Million
75
51
FY 2011
FY - 2013
FY 2012
To date 2013
Capital Expenditures
Rupees in Million
400
157
30
FY 2011
FY 2012
Exp FY 2013
Solvency Analysis
700
0.30
500
0.25
0.24
0.22
Debt
0.20
400
0.15
300
0.13
Times
Million Ruppes
600
Equity
Debt to equity
0.10
200
Linear (Debt to equity)
0.05
100
-
2010
2011
Year
2012
Expansion in progress
Future Integration Plans
Backward
Integration
CORRUGATION
PAPER MILL
POWER
GENERATION
Establishment of Paper Mill having capacity of
producing 300 tons / day of
Production:
Raw material
Kraft liner
Fluting
Board duplex
Waste Paper
Pulp
wood
Power Generation plant of 10 mega watt
Coal & Bio Mass
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