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Future Projects
Opportunity

In our view, the current economic slowdown in American and European markets it provides an opportunity for Asian countries and more particularly countries like India that have a substantial degree of unmet infrastructure requirements. The Government's focus, sustained increased budgetary allocation and increased funding by international and multilateral development finance institutions for infrastructure development in India may result in development of several infrastructure projects across India. The Government of India has also undertaken/ proposed various initiatives to encourage private sector participation, such as tax breaks for investments in infrastructure.

Public Private Partnership ("PPP")

Historically, investments in infrastructure, particularly in the Water pipeline projects, construction of highways, were being made by the government mainly due to the huge volume of resources required, the long gestation period, uncertain returns and various external risks. The enormous resource requirements, the significance of infrastructure development for economic growth and significant deficit in infrastructure requirements have led to an active involvement of the private sector also in recent years. To encourage participation of the private sector, The Irrigation Ministry and Ministry of Water Supply the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has laid down comprehensive policy guidelines for private sector participation in this growth sector. The Government has also announced several incentives such as tax exemptions and duty free import of equipments and machinery to encourage private sector participation. The company plans to expand its existing activities of collection of Toll and Collection of Octroi and wants to diversify in to the field of Infrastructure activities.

Future of Collection of Octroi through Open tender process

The Municipal Corporations like Mumbai, Thane, Nagpur, Nashik, Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad, Sholapur, Vasai Virar Municipal Corporation, etc are planning to go through the route of privatization. One such corporation Nashik has already implemented the privatization route.

Our company had successfully participated in the tender process of Nashik Municipal Corporation and we are sure that we shall be qualified for participating in the tender process of all other Municipal corporations.

Since all other corporations will be coming out shortly with the Tender for collection of Octroi through private agents – we see a very good business in very near future.

Future of Toll

The Government has taken initiatives to improve and strengthen the road network by implementing the National Highway Development Program ("NHDP"). The NHDP is the largest highway project ever undertaken in India and is being implemented by the National Highways Authority of India ("NHAI"). It was started in 1998 and is supported by revenues derived from cess tax on fuel and toll collection.

The total length proposed to be developed under NHDP has been split into the different contact models:

  • Toll-based BOT projects ("BOT (Toll)");
  • Annuity-based BOT projects ("BOT (Annuity)");
  • Engineering, procurement and construction ("EPC") contracts.
  • Under all three contract models, the contractor is responsible for the engineering of the project, the procuring of materials for the project and the construction of the project. For BOT (Toll) and BOT (Annuity), the contractor is also responsible for maintaining the project. The difference between BOT (Toll) and BOT (Annuity) is that in the case of BOT (Toll), the traffic/commercial risks are borne by the concessionaire and the investment is sustained by toll revenues, while in BOT (Annuity) projects, all costs are borne by the Government in the form of deferred budgetary payments. In the case of BOT (Toll), government budgetary support, if any, is restricted to an upfront grant, while in some cases the concessionaire may even pay the granting authority a one off fee as part of the concession grant. In the case 3 of BOT (Annuity), the concessionaire relies on annuity payments determined by competitive bidding and made out of budgetary allocations spread over time.

    As the road infrastructure sector grows, we believe that it will be increasingly characterized by larger projects. As a result, we intend to bid on larger BOT projects. The primary benefit of this strategy is that larger projects typically generate higher profit margins than smaller projects. The fixed costs associated with large projects, such as employee expenses, system automation expenses and administration expenses, typically represent a lower proportion of the total costs of the project than those incurred in smaller projects and the overhead costs involved in initiating the project and supplying materials and machinery also typically represent a lower percentage of the total costs when compared with smaller projects. The Construction Industry Development Council has forecast that Rs. 2,540 billion will be spent on constructing roads in India during the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-2012).

    With developments of Road Sector the scope of Collection of toll widens like anything.

    Other Infrastructure Projects

    The company is planning to go in for other infra projects like laying of pipe lines, construction of roads on BOT basis, Border Check post tenders area. All these projects are having concession period of more than 20 to 30 years.

    Having succeeded in getting the Water pipe line tender for Ahmednagar Municipal Corporation, the company is eyeing this fast expanding and growing field of Infra projects. The company is waiting for the Tender of around Rs. 13000.00 million to be floated by a Municipal Corporation very near to Mumbai. The said tender is likely to be floated on (Design, Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer (DBFOT) basis. The tender is basically for Developing the Sources of Water Supply and Augmentation of Water Distribution Network.

    The company is also eyeing taking over the controlling/management stake in a SPV, which has successfully constructed road and having mandate to collect toll on the said road for 25 years.

     
     
     
     
     
         
     
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