NCML, India’s leading player in warehousing and collateral management released the ‘India Commodity Year Book 2015’, edited by Sanjay Kaul, MD and CEO of NCML. This marks the 6th successive year that this Book has been published. The NCML Commodity Year Book has become the country’s benchmark publication on commodities. The principal objective of the Book is to trigger a healthy debate on topical issues related to the development of the market and identify opportunities in the commodity market. The 2015 Year Book has expert articles on the functioning of commodity markets and exchanges, policy and regulatory issues in the agri and food sector, warehouse receipt finance, testing & inspection for marine exports, extensive coverage of gold and crude, and a very comprehensive commodity review. The Statistical Section of the Book contains a rich commodity data base that provides information for the last 10 years together with expectations for the current and the next year.

The book was released by Dinesh Rai, Chairman, WDRA. Sanjay Kaul, MD & CEO, NCML, Unupom Kausik, Dy. CEO, NCML, M.S. Annigeri, Advisor – Business Strategy and Basant Vaid, Head – Commodity Research, NCML along with other eminent dignitaries were present on the occasion. Releasing the Book, Dinesh Rai said “The effort by NCML to bring out a Year Book on the commodity space with extensive coverage of the warehousing industry and the warehouse receipt finance is laudable. The Book also provides insights into the Negotiable Warehouse Receipt market and makes interesting recommendations in this context.” Speaking on the occasion, Sanjay Kaul, MD & CEO, NCML said “A key focus of this Year Book is extensive coverage of the warehousing sector and an authoritative review of production and price trends of the major actively traded commodities. As in previous years, this Year Book also contains articles by experts and thought leaders from across the commodity spectrum. This initiative brings together views of industry thought leaders and fills a vacuum as Indian commodity markets are still in the growth phase and require lot of development when compared to other commodity markets across the world.”