In starting a soybean oil production business, the location plays a most important role. You must establish the unit nearby the soybean growing areas. Because you have to ensure the supply of soy seeds at your factory without spending much transportation cost. Otherwise, you won’t be able to get the maximum profitability from the business.
Some of the major soybean producing countries are Uruguay, Bolivia, Ukraine, Canada, India, and China. India is Asia’s second largest producer of soybeans. And some of the major soybean-producing states are Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Gujarat. Our country accounts for 3.95% of global production according to Statista.
Commercially, there are two methods for producing soyabean oil. You can produce the oil either by pressing or solvent extraction method. Basically, screw pressing method is a mechanical process. The process is complicated and the oil yield is much lower. On the other hand, solvent extraction is a chemical process. It ensures higher oil yield. Therefore, we strongly recommend going with the solvent extraction process.
Additionally, you can start the soybean oil production unit by two ways. One is only oil production. And you will send the oil to other oil refinery companies. Basically, you can start this type of unit with moderate capital investment. The another way you can start the unit along with a refinery setup. However, this type of unit operates as large-scale and demands substantial capital investment.

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Progressive farmers,  Small & marginal farmers, Soyabean Oil Product buyers, Sales  all those who wish to know about Oil Manufacturing &  its opportunities

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  • Detail understanding about Oil Manufacturing and solve ur all questions
  • Understanding how to earn from this Business
  • Direct interaction with industry experts/Successful entrepreneurs

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Availability Of Raw Material
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Processing Of Products
Packaging & Labelling
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Labour Requirement
Electricity Consumption
Marketing
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