About AIDA

In 1953, an all India body of distillers was constituted which was baptized All India Distillers’ Association. During the Intervening five decades this association has not only grown in size but has also widened its sphere of activity. At the time of its birth, the association had a membership of only fifteen whereas the fraternity has now swelled to close to two hundred. The constituents of the association control more than 80% of the total distillation capacity of the country. Besides, ten state associations have also been constituted in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana, which are all affiliated to the parent body. It is indeed a matter for gratification that ours is the sole apex representative body of the alcohol industry and distilleries., in the country....

Events & Seminars

AIDA’S TWO DAY TECHNICAL SEMINAR- EXHIBITION NEW DELHI

Date : 18-19 Februrary, 2016

Venue : "Hotel Crown Plaz Today, Okhla Phase-1, New Delhi-11020"

Recent Events

ALL INDIA SEMINAR ON EXPLORING ALTERNATE FEED STOCKS AND ADDRESSING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN DISTILLERIES"

JOINTLY ORGANISED BY NATIONAL SUGAR INSTITUTE, KANPUR & ALL INDIA DISTILLERS ASSOCIATION, NEW DELHI

Date : Date: 19th November, 2015

Venue : "Auditorium, NSI Kanpur"

Our Latest News

Latest move on service tax on distillers raises concern. BS. 1-1-07

recent draft circular, put out for public responses/comments, of the department of revenue in relation to levy of service tax on distillers, under the heading of business auxiliary services, has caused widespread concern.

Sugar production hits record 26.95 lakh tonnes so far. F&B, Nov. 2006

The country has produced a record 26.95 lakh tonnes of sugar as on November 30 in the 2006-07 sugar year. This is an increase of about 22% over the last year's corresponding production of 21.95 lakh tonnes.

Cane SMP Fixed at Rs 81.18 Per Quintal. F&B New, Dec. 2006

The Centre has fixed the statutory Minimum Price (SMP) of sugarcane for the 2007-08 season at Rs. 81.18/quintal linked to a basic recovery of 9%. The decision was taken at the meeting of the Cabinet Committee of Economic Affairs...

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