Business & Industries

Rajarambapu Co operative Sugar Factory

karkhan_unit_2 Rajarambapu Co operative Sugar factory is the flagship organization of the Rajarambapu group of companies. Situated at Walwa in the state of Maharashtra, India, the sugar factory was commissioned in November 1970 with its first cane crushing. With 3 additional plants Rajarambapu sugar factory has established itself as a benchmark especially in the cooperative sector in India.
The standards, the practices and the various CSR initiatives taken by us have become beacon to other cooperative units.WHAT WE DO
Having begun with a crushing capacity of 1250 TCD in its opening days, the factory currently peaks out at around 16500 TCD per day with an average annual sugar production crossing the 300,000 tonnes mark. Growth has followed growth in every activity that this flagship company has initiated...The liquor plant established under its management has a current capacity of 75000litre/day. The factory also has a ‘country’ and ‘foreign liquor’ plant as well as extra neutral alcohol (ENA) plants.

The sugar factory has established and successfully runs an Ethanol Plant as well as a Water & Soil Testing Laboratory to ensure the highest cane returns. It also has a compost plant and power generation plant of 12 MW with 28 MW on the anvil.

The Rajarambapu Group of Textile Industries

RBPTexttile The Rajarambapu group of textile industries is a living example of creating advantages where none exist. The very inception of this textile venture is based on the consideration of this labour intensive industry as unique opportunity to generate employment for the masses. Over 500 erstwhile housewives of otherwise economically weaker sections now working in these units is a manifestation of having a created such opportunities.Spread over 70 acres of land, this seemingly innocuous cluster is engaged in activities encompassing ‘everything in textiles’... right from yarn to garments! Having established in 1986, the group created its maiden landmark in 1993 with its exports leaving the Indian shores. Such benchmarks in the course in the course of time have become a motivation for other small scale units that have been coming up in the region.

Mr. Jayant Patil, who wholeheartedly spearheaded the growth, aimed at creating the group’s own markets; both domestically and globally. With the inception of introducing value addition in textile products through vertical integration viz. yarn dyeing, knitting, weaving, knits and woven processing and readymade garmenting, huge avenues were created at par to address the global competition in the market.

These situations have been the real source that galvanised Mr. Jayant Patil and Mr. Dilip Patil to ensure that, only the most ultra modern machinery setup and infrastructure was to be installed to create a comprehensive & world class approach of ‘yarn to garments’ making this the only one of its kind across nation.

Rajarambapu Cooperative Bank

RBPBAnk Rajarambapu Cooperative Bank successfully completes over 3 decades of operations. The in-depth understanding of core banking services has been the mainstay of the bank and the reason why it has sustained the rigorous competitive market.
Since its inception in the year 1981 the bank has consistently dedicated itself to facilitating and meeting the varied needs of the poor and down trodden strata of society. This has been possible while retaining the profitability only because the bank’s operations have been systemically focused on generating meaningful employment and self employment opportunities.
As of the financial year ending at 31st March 2012, the gross business reached INR 13586.05 million (approximately 271.73 million USD). With an extensive network of 39 branches Rajarambapu Cooperative Bank has created a bench mark in the western region of the state of Maharashtra!
The spirit of ‘Relationships first... business afterwards’ percolates right down through the hierarchy and all the 314 employees are living examples of how such a turnaround can be achieved!
Technical inclusions like completely computerized operations through all its branches have since enhanced the levels of customer service to new heights!
The bank’s capital adequacy of 10.82% as against the Reserve Bank’s stipulated 9% speaks volumes about the bank’s strengths!
The bank provides finance to:
Industry, Traders, Transport Operators, Agriculture, Housing, Education and to numerous other segments of the society and to professionals and the self employed as well.

Rajarambapu Patil Sahakari Dudh Utpadak Sangh

Krushnamilk Founded in the year 1975 and collaborating with National Dairy Development Board, the milk union is one of the major contributors of ‘Dhawal Kranti’ – the ‘white revolution’ in India. The union has also been a major contributor to the well being of cattle farmers in the region.The union procures milk from the surrounding areas and processes the collected milk and produces various by- products like, butter, clarified butter, cottage cheese, and regional sweets/deserts like ‘Shrikhand’ and ‘Amrakhand’ under the brand name – ‘Krushna’. The union is one of the major contributors in driving the socio-economic development of the region. An ISO 9001-2008 Company, the milk union has a well knit marketing and distribution system in place that ensures timely distribution all over the state of Maharashtra.
The plant processes milk and also milk by products

The Union employs some of the most modern equipment and systems in its operations. Besides completely computerized plant operations, the plant uses Hazard Analytical Control Point for food safety system certified by DNV of Norway.

Rajaram Solvex Ltd

solvex-img1 Presently soybean is the second largest crop in the region after sugarcane and the credit mainly goes to Rajaram Solvex Ltd as it played a key role in promoting the soybean crop.
Special purchase centres are established at several places in the villages where company purchases soybean from the farmers at very best possible prices. Foremost among the activities undertaken by the companies are solvent extraction, oil seeds, refining of edible oils, biomass, pelletization (for fuel), Commodity futures brokerage, and wind power and biomass aggregation.Speciality traits:
• In the company about 50% of equity is with over 4000 farmers
• Many of these farmers are also producers of oilseeds like soybean
• This is a private enterprise with wide participation by the local people.