Toilet Tissue Business Plan Update

$95

Description

Product Description

The TOILET TISSUE PRODUCTION BUSINESS PLAN is a comprehensive business plan that will assist you with all the needed ideas and plans to start a successful Toilet tissue production business and in raising capital from a bank or other investors for your new toilet paper company. Advantages of The Business Plan:

  • The Business Plan is fully Updated with current research on Toilet tissue manufacturing processes
  • One great advantage of the business plan is that the kind of Toilet tissue is multipurpose Toilet tissue such as saviet paper.  So in summary the Toilet tissue manufacturing business plan shows you: How to start Saviet paper production and more.
  • The Toilet tissue business plan will give you guide on where to acquire Toilet paper making machine ( either quality fabricated or foreign imported Toilet paper making machines) for your production
  • The Business Plan is a 9 Chapter Business Plan – of about 29 pages!
  • 3 Year Automated Financial Model in MS Excel it has a Complete Industry Research.
  • Bank/Investor/Grant Ready! – The business plan is design to enable you use it to access loan and grants
  • Exceeds SON and NAFDAC Requirements and standard!
  • Automatic download after purchase online

    Important Assumptions

    ASSUMPTIONS

    The key assumptions underlying the above projection include the following:

    Average working hour of 8hr/day for a 250 days work in year making allowance or holidays and week ends

    • That all the products produced were sold
    • That there would be no downtime
    • Capacity Utilization of 51% in Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3
    • 10% allowance for wastage
    • Conservative production of 30,800 units of toilet rolls operating at 51 % installed capacity per day. Which amounts to

    7,700.000 units of toilet tissue annually.

    • Price used is N960 for 48 pieces (i.e 20 naira per tissue)
    • The raw material used in the estimated is off white which cost N100,000 / ton.
    • Depreciation is calculated at 20% of long term asset

 

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