FEASIBILITY REPORT ON PRODUCTION OF INTERLOCKING & VIBRATED BLOCK


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE

1.0       GENERAL INFORMATION          

1.1       EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

1.3       WORK EXPERIENCE

1.4       REASONS FOR STARTING THE BUSINESS

1.5              NAME OF BUSINESS

1.6              REFEREES

 

CHAPTER TWO

2.0       TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY

2.1       PRODUCT TO BE OFFERED

2.2       PRODUCTION PROCESSES

2.3              RAW MATERIAL SPECIFICATION AND REQUIREMENT

2.4       END PRODUCTION STANDARDS

2.5       CAPACITY OF PLANT

2.6       QUALITY CONTROL TO BE USED

2.7       LAYOUT AND PROCESS PLANNING

2.8       INVENTORY CONTROL

2.9              UTILITIES

2.10     LOCATION

 

CHAPTER THREE

3.0       ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT

3.1       ORGANISATIONAL CHART

3.2       FUNCTIONS OF EACH PERSONNEL

3.3              LABOUR

 

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0       MARKET SURVEY AND RESEARCH

4.1.1        ESTIMATE DEMAND FOR PRODUCT

4.1.1.1 BUYING CRITERIA AND INFLUENCING FACTORS

4.1.2        ESTIMATED SUPPLY

4.1.3        ESTIMATED SUPPLY - DEMAND GAP

4.1.4        NAMES OF PRESENT SUPPLIERS AND THEIR SHARE  OF THE MARKET

4.1.6    WEAKNESS AND STRENGTH OF COMPETITORS

4.1.7    AREA (S) TO BE COVERED

4.1.8    SHARE OF THE MARKET ENTREPRENEUR PLAN TO SATISFY

4.2              PROPOSED UNIT PRICE OF PRODUCT

4.3              PRODUCT MIX AND VARIETIES

4.4              PROPOSED DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AND DETAILED DESCRIPTION

4.4.1    ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL SALES REVENUE PROJECTED FOR 5 YEARS

4.4.2    ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL SALES AND DISTRIBUTION COST ON MONTHLY BASIS (PROMOTION, SALES COMMISSIONS, DISCOUNTS, ETC) PROJECTED FOR 5 YEARS

4.4              PRESENT PREVAILING MARKETING PRACTICE

4.5.1    DISTRIBUTION AND CREDIT POLICY

4.5.2    DELIVERY AND AFTER SALES SERVICE

4.5.3    PURCHASING PROCEDURES, TIME AND PRACTICE PREVAILING

4.6       OWNING MARKETING PLANS AND STRATEGIES

4.6.1    OWN MARKET SHARE OF SUPPLY - DEMAND GAP

4.6.2    POSSIBLE CLIENTELE AND THEIR LIKELIHOOD OF BUYING FROM YOU

 

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0       TOTAL PROJECT COST

5.1       CAPITAL COSTS

5.2              LAND BUILDING

5.3              ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES

5.4              PROVISION FOR WORKING CAPITAL

5.5              SUMMARY FOR TOTAL COST OF THE PROJECT

5.6              MEANS OF FINANCE

 

CHAPTER SIX

6.0              FINANCIAL VIABILITY OF THE PROJECT

6.1       PROJECTED PROFIT AND LOSS FOR FIVE YEARS

6.2       PROJECTED CASH FLOW FOR THE FIRST FIVE YEARS

6.3       PROJECTED BALANCE SHEET FOR FIVE YEARS

6.4              BREAK EVEN POINT ANALYSIS

6.4       PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PLANNING (IN WEEKS)

 

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

1.0   GENERAL INFORMATION  

Name of Entrepreneur           :        

Date of Birth                           :        

Project                                    :        

State                                        :        

Local Government                  :        

Location                                  :

Type of Organization              :        

Name of the Firm                   :        

Address                                  :        

 

1.1           EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

WAEC. S S.C.E or below

Degree/ Diploma

Institute

Duration

First School Leaving Certificate

 

 

 

Senior Secondary School

 

 

 

Higher Institution

 

 

 

 

       

1.3   WORK EXPERIENCE

Organisation

Position Occupied

Duration

Trok Communication/Mast Installation

Rigger/Erector

1999 - Date

 

 

 

1.4    REASONS FOR STARTING THE BUSINESS

_        To make profit

_        To be self sufficient

_        To provide job opportunities.

 

1.7       NAME OF BUSINESS: King D Vibrated Block Industries

 

1.8       REFEREES

Name

Designation

Address

Ayinde Adeshina

M.D

Ephraim Cleaning Services

Tokunbo Koiki

C.E.O

Trok Communication & Mast Installation

 


CHAPTER TWO

 

2.0   TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY

2.1   PRODUCT TO BE OFFERED

Interlocking & Vibrated Block

 

2.2   PRODUCTION PROCESSES

Fourteen head pan of sharp sand is mixed thoroughly with a bag of Dangote cements, the mixture (in small quantity) is then mixed with water and ready to be poured into the moulding machine.  The operator will place the palette (for each block) into the moulding machine, pour the mixed sand into the machine, vibrates compresses and then jerk the mixture to form a block on the palette.

 

After this, the labourers will carry the formed blocks and arrange them on the piece of land to be dried.  It will be raised up the following day and watered as well in order to allow the blocks to be strong.  It will be cured under the sun for four days and after the fourth day, it will be arranged and ready for sale.

 

2.4       RAW MATERIAL SPECIFICATION AND REQUIREMENT

S/N

Description

Total Qty

Unit Cost N

Total Annual Cost N

Source

 

 

Per Week

Per Month

Per Year

 

 

 

1.

Cement

35 bags

140 bags

1680 bags

1400

2,352000

Dangote Cement

2.

Sharp sand

1½ tipper load

6 tipper load

72 Tipper load

5400

388,800

Majindun

 

Total

 

 

 

 

2,740,800

 

2.4   END PRODUCTION STANDARDS

         Very Strong, Durable, water and, fire resistant.

 

2.5   CAPACITY OF PLANT

The machines to be used for production are brand new so they will be very efficient with at last 80% capacity.  This will mean little or no break down during production process.                       

2.6   QUALITY CONTROL TO BE USED

There will be proper check on the cement and sand to be used. To ensure that the cement is really Dangote cement and the sand is real sharp sand which is tested before mixture.

 

2.7   LAYOUT AND PROCESS PLANNING



 

 

 



2.8    INVENTORY CONTROL

At the close of the month, the number of blocks produced and those sold out will be recorded.  Also, the raw materials used especially cement will be taken into account.  The numbers supplied and those that were used will be properly monitored.

 

2.10   UTILITIES

S/N

Description

Quantity Required
Expenses

 

 

Monthly

Annually

Unit

Monthly N

Annually N

1.

Electricity

1200 KW

14.400 KW

5

600

72,000

2.

Diesel

500 Litres

6,000 litres

90

45,000

540,000

3.

Engine Oil

8 litres

96 litres

250

2,000

24,000

 

Total

 

 

 

5300

636,000

 

All the utilities are available locally.

 

2.10  LOCATION

The location of the industry is Igbogbo, a site very close to Ikorodu. We chose this place because it is a new site.  New industries, buildings, factories are just being erected in this area.  Although, it is a new site, the road leading to the site is tarred, this makes transportation of raw materials very easy.  There is also the supply of electricity for pumping of water and lightening of the office. People in need of blocks will come to the industry because it is very close to the road and in an open environment.


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