The commodity value chain analysis of the global peas industry discusses the flow of the product along the different stages, from production to end-level supply, by which a producer/company adds value to the product. The value chain extends from crop production through processing, trading and marketing, to the final consumption.
The different stake holders involved in the value chain are producers (growers and contract farmers), collectors, processors, dealers, wholesale/retail traders and consumers. They are studied based on the companies involved, the volume of production, the price of the commodity in the market and the estimated profit margin. An analysis of these parameters will help the various stakeholders involved gain a comprehensive knowledge of the movement of the product across the value chain. It will also further help understand how value appreciation/depreciation happens at any given stage.
The general study period taken into consideration is 2010-2015. From the historical data, the factors influencing the product value are identified and the future trends are mapped for the forecast period peas.
The report will be of assistance in providing a comprehensive analysis of the major trends and innovations over the coming half a decade. This will be an ideal source material for crop growers, importers/exporters and others enterprises to gain critical insight into the factors influencing the value chain. The wide range of information about the industrial policies, governmental regulations, leading market players and the major strategies adopted by them will be a central reference point regarding the prospects offered by the Peas market and the investment opportunities that will reap profits in near future.
This study involves the following aspects:
The report holds importance for the following stakeholders:
1.1 Definition of Market
1.2 Research Approach and Methodology
1.2.2 Research Design
1.2.3 Study Phases
2. Market Overview
2.2 Market Trends
3. Industrial Policies and Government Regulations
3.1 Analysis of Government Policies and Regulations
3.2 Analysis of Industrial Policies and Trade Regulations
4. Supply Chain Analysis
4.1 Detailed Supply Chain Structure
4.1.1 Supply Chain of Major Producers
5. Value Chain Analysis
5.1 Detailed Value Chain Structure
5.2 Value Chain Analysis of Major Stake Holders
5.3 Value Chain Analysis of Major Operations
5.4 Profit Margin Analysis
6. Issues With Crop Value Chain
7. Competitive Analysis
7.2 Competitive Environment
7.3 Major Traders List
8. Analyst Perspective