About The Firm

M/s Gharib Nawaz Infra” is a Partnership firm incorporated in October 2018. The firm  was incorporated for the purpose of take over a Manufacturing unit of Manganese Oxide at  Meghnagar Industrial Area, Jhabua (M.P.), Registered address of firm is 16/10, Rehmat  Nagar, Ratlam (M.P.)

Firm is running this unit efficiently since 2018, Firm has been established remarkable footprints  In the field of Manganese Oxide Industry. Firm has gained experienced in the related filed.

Now The firm has proposed to acquired a Land at Plot No.108 A, AKVN, Industrial  Area, Meghnagar, Jhabua (M.P.) total Area of this Land is 11750 Sq. meter. Firm is  going to expand their business by starting manufacturing of Electrolyte Manganese  Oxide and Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate.

Parners Background

1.Mr. Saiyyed Mohabbat Ali- (Age- 47 Years)

Is a industry stalwart person having long experience in the business and industry. He is having good track record of over 25 years and is engaged in the Construction work as well  as he has acquired adequate manufacturing and trading experiences in minerals. He is well  conversant with technological and marketing aspects of the concern, which indicates firm’s  ability to survive business cycles. He is also partner in well-known partnership firm M/s  Saiyyed Akhtar Ali which is Grade “A” government contractor.

Qualification- Higher Secondary.

He is final decision maker of the business. All the activities are conducted according to the  direction and instruction of the Partner.

2.Mr. Hasim Khan- (Age- 26 Years)

Is young and dynamic person. He has completed his bachelor of commerce and having 4 years’ experience as proprietor of Gharib Nawaz Infra and is also involved in day-to-day  work of firm with his fresh knowledge skills which will undoubtedly take the firm forward.

3.Mr. Saiyyed Murtuza Ali(Age-26 Years)

Young Entrepreneur always keen to learn New things, Always Focused on grabbing  opportunities and expand business. Key Focus of him is for Waste Processing and Value  Addition. He is Providing New Heights to Group As well. He is director in Flagship  Company of Group M/s SMO Ferro Alloys Pvt Ltd and Partners is other Firm of Group.

Qualification- Graduation.

Market Outlook

Electrolytic manganese metal (“Conventional EMM” containing ~99.7% Mn produced in a  process utilizing selenium dioxide) is used principally by comparatively small markets of  steel and aluminium alloys, while manganese sulphate monohydrate (MSM, 98%  MnSO4  H2O) is used largely by the agrochemical and pharmaceutical industries. Only  about 8-10% of all manganese mined is processed into EMM and MSM, while the vast  majority is used for production of ferroalloys: silicomanganese and ferromanganese. The high  purity versions of the above-mentioned products make up an even smaller market: In 2017,  the total global production of HPEMM (greater than 99.9% manganese) was only 0.22% of  the total manganese ore mined. The same figure for HPMSM (greater than 99.8%  MnSO4 H2O) was 0.12% (metal contained) of all manganese mined.

These niche markets behave more like high-tech product markets or specialised chemicals  markets than traditional metal markets. Prices paid depend more on the purity (or lack of  certain impurities) of the material rather than on the underlying manganese prices in the  ferroalloys industry. The number of high-purity manganese producers is very limited:  HPEMM is currently produced by two plants in China and one plant in South Africa and  HPMSM is produced by seven producers in China, one in the USA, one in Mexico, one in  Belgium and one in Japan. Additional plants HPEMM and HPMSM plants are under  construction or planned in China.

Traditional applications for HPEMM are mainly in steel alloys, super alloys, aluminium  alloys, and welding powders, but the share of battery use of HPEMM is rapidly growing.  HPMSM is used primarily in the production of battery cathode materials, with small  quantities also being used in production of speciality chemicals.

Production of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles is expected to dominate  the market for HPEMM and HPMSM over the next two decades dwarfing any other  application for these products. Following Cairn ERA’s research into battery markets and  combining it with its own research, CPM Group forecasts an 80-fold increase in the use of  manganese in rechargeable Li-ion batteries between 2017 and 2037.

Market Analysis

Electric Vehicles Market

Data from the motor vehicle industry indicates that the number of electric vehicles on the roads  of the world surpassed the 3 million mark in 2017 with 1/3rd of this number sold in 2017 alone.  In 2018, China on its own produced more than a million EVs1 and is expected to double this  amount by 2020.

China is by far the largest market for EVs and accounts for nearly 40% of all EVs sold between  2011-2018 and for more than 50% sold in 2017-2018. Chinese electric car maker BYD is the  world leader with 11% global market share (439,185 vehicles sold) followed by Tesla (10%) and  Nissan (9%)2. USA is the second largest market with nearly 1 million EVs on its roads (24% of  world EV stock), and Japan is the third (5.7%).

EV production and sales are approaching a point of accelerated market penetration that will lead  to stronger sales for the next couple of decades at least, based on the forecasts from Cairn ERA  and the International Energy Agency.


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