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With increasing challenges globally, fresh thinking about drinking water and waste water is not just important, it’s vital. With over 10 years of experience, Ultracare group is now one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of quality water treatment plants and systems. Through it's water expertise, Ultracare Group is addressing the Total Water Management that is needed for the communities worldwide. We are a prominent company involved in manufacturing and supplying a wide range of precision engineered water and waste water treatment plants.

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NEW TO THE BOTTLED WATER BUSINESS?

We are having more than 10 years of experience in bottled water business. We provide complete solution for bottled water equipment.
Throw a glance on below report to understand the growth of this industry.


Report 1: Source- 'DNA-PTI 2014'

The consumption of bottled water in India has shown a jump of 21 per cent in last fiscal but still India is far behind as compared to global average, according to a research recently conducted by leading marketing firm IKON. The per capita consumption of bottled water in India was at 16.20 litres during 2010-11 and jumped by almost 21%to 19.60 litres in 2011-12, IKON said in its report , ‘The Indian bottled water market, unveiling its thirst.’


South India is the biggest consumer of bottled water representing more than 50 per cent the total market in India followed by Western India, which is the home ground of major national brands, it said. However, comparing it with global market, India is far behind the global average of around 30 litres, the report said. Ample availability at every nook and corner, changing life style and rise in spending capacity of consumers are the key factors behind the rising per capita consumption, the report said.


Besides, Indian consumers becoming more health conscious and changing consumer attitude are also key factors behind the rising per capita consumption, the report said adding that youth and working population avoiding carry water with them from home, rather they prefer to buy bottled water from convenient sales points. Currently, the Indian bottled water market (including organised and unorganised players) is estimated at Rs 8,000 crore and is expected to be Rs 18,000 crore by 2017, the report said.


The bottled water market is growing at 19% CAGR (compound annual growth rate) and likely to reach Rs 15,000 crore by 2015 and over four-folds to Rs 36,000 crore by 2020, the report said.


"The increasing scarcity of safe drinking water, changing life styles and aggressive expansion by market players may lead this industry to be the next oil industry in coming decade," Motiwala, expressing optimism about the future of Indian bottled water market, said.


"Rising trend of bulk water consumption in homes and institutional segments will pave way for bulk water packs to acquire half of the total bottled water market within next 4-5 years," IKON senior consultant Taruna Sondarva said. "The major growth contributors will be the mushrooming of bulk water pack suppliers duo to less entry barriers to the industry," she said.



Report 2: source- 'PR.COM 2015'

Key findings:

  • The packaged bottled water industry in India is currently valued at INR 60bn (~USD 1billion) in FY 2013 and has been growing at ~15% for the last three years. ValueNotes estimates that the industry will be worth approximately INR 160bn (~USD 2.67billion) by FY 2018, growing at CAGR of ~22%.
  • Packaged drinking water: Packaged drinking water means water derived from any source of potable water and subjected to various treatments to meet the prescribed standard before being packed in a plastic or glass container
  • Natural mineral water: Water containing less than 250ppm of total dissolved solids are defined as natural mineral water
  • Packaged drinking water, which holds about 85% of the market, is witnessing strong growth owing to various factors such as changes in life style, increase in Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs), health awareness, etc. Natural mineral water on the other hand, which falls under the premium water segment and is primarily consumed by the urban populace owing to its high cost, will witness growth that will be restricted to urban consumers.
  • The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) had formulated Indian Standard (IS) for packaged drinking water (PDW) and packaged natural mineral water (PNMW) under mandatory BIS certification as per Food Safety and Standards Regulation (FSS). This implementation led major players to acquire ISI and BIS certifications to avoid any cancellation of licenses.
  • The increase in the number of domestic and foreign tourists in the past years, and in the years to come, is expected to be a major driver for bottled water sales in India



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Govt. approvals & certificates for packaged drinking water projects:

  1. SSI REGISTRATION
  2. POLLUCTION CONTROL CERTIFACATE.
  3. ALL REQUIRED TEST REPORTS OF RAW AND PURE WATER.
  4. PEST CONTROL CERTIFICATE.
  5. CHEMIST-DEGREE AND MEDICAL CERTIFICATE.
  6. MICROBIOLOGIST – DEGREE AND MEDICAL CERTIFICATE.
  7. MEDICAL CERTIFICATE FOR WORKERS.
  8. N.O.C. OF GRAMPANCHAYAT (IF APPLICABLE).
  9. BOND PAPER BY NAME OF FIRM RS. 100 AND 10.
  10. RUBBER STAMP –
    • PROPRIETER.
    • ROUND.
  11. REGISTRATION OF TRADEMARK.
  12. DOCUMENT REGARDING OWNERSHIP/LEASE OF LAND.
  13. MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION OF COMPANIES/PARTNERSHIP DEED IF APPLICABLE.
  14. ROUT MAP AND LAY OUT PLANT.

Infrastructure requirements for packaged drinking water projects:

  • 5000 to 7000 sq. ft. built-up area.
  • 75 to 100 HP electricity load.
  • Ample and hygiene raw water source within premises.
  • Road connectivity.
  • Own transport facility.

Machinery and othr setup essential for packaged drinking water projects:

  • Water treatment plant as per BIS standard.
  • Bottle Filling machine
  • Blow molding machine
  • Bottle labeling machine.
  • Mold.
  • Printer.
  • Case packer.
  • Laboratories as per BIS standard.

Resources for PDW:

  • Sufficient manpower.
  • Quality raw material.
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Established in year 2000 , Ultracare Group's commercial, as well as an industrial range of specifically engineered water treatment plants, include Clarifiers, water treatment components, media filters, pressure filters, water softeners, micron filters, ultraviolet sterilizers, and RO purifiers. We are well equipped with all latest purification machinery in our manufacturing plant to meet the quality standards and deliveries with ever increasing demands.