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ENTREPRENEURSHIP PRESENTATION ON BISCUIT FACTORY

IT IS A PRESENTATION ON BISCUIT FACTORY. CONTAINING INFORMATION REQUIRED IN SET-UP OF A BISCUIT FACTORY.

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP PRESENTATION ON BISCUIT FACTORY

  1. 1. ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT ON BISCUIT MANUFACTURING UNIT PRESENTED BY: DEBESH JENA DEBASHISH BOSE DILLIP KUMAR SAHOO DEEPAK KUMAR MOHANTY PALLAVI. PRIYAMBADA BADAJENA
  2. 2. CONTENT  Why & What is entrepreneurship  Introducion  Objectives  About The Manufacturing Unit  Market Oppurtunities  Raw-Materials required  Chemicals required  Supply chain  Manufacturing process  Capacity  Infrastructure & working hour  Plant & machinary  Man power requirement  Source of technology  Departments & Out-source  Source of finance  Projected profit & Salaries  Competitors  Long term goals  References
  3. 3. WHY & WHAT IS ENTERPRENEURSHIP  A continuous process of economic development.  Essentially a creative activity or an innovative function.  A risk taking factor which is responsible for an end result.  Usually understood with reference to individual business.  Creates awareness among people about economic activity.  Generates Self-employment and additional employment  To improve backwardness of the people.  Economic development of the region.  To analysis resource utilization.  Proper utilization of human potentiality.  Special attention to take up new activities.  Eradication of regional imbalances.  Better economic gain.
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION  Biscuit making is a conventional activity in many parts of the country.  Despite the advent of modern, large capacity and automatic biscuit making plants, large section of people especially in semi-urban and rural areas still prefer fresh biscuits from local bakery as they are cheap and offer many varieties.  These manufacturers are able to cater to some typical local palate as well.  Thus, they are able to withstand competition from organised sector units
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES  The primary objective of the model report is to facilitate the entrepreneurs in understanding the importance of setting up unit of biscuit plant.  This model report will serve as guidance to the entrepreneurs on starting up such a new project and basic technical knowledge for setting up such a facility.
  6. 6. ABOUT THE MANUFACTURINg UNIT  2006 Established.  Contact Manufacturing Unit.  Lingraj biscuit Pvt Ltd  Located at Patia in Bhubaneswar.  M.D owner Kunal Agarwal.  Manufacturer of commonly known biscuit Parle-G, 50-50, Monaco, Nasta etc.
  7. 7. MARKET OPPURTUNITIES  Market for biscuits is scattered all over the country.  There are three distinct market segments viz. urban, semi-urban and rural.  Urban and semi-urban markets are dominated by many national and regional brands but even then samall industries have also carved a special niche as their products are fresh  They offer many varieties and they are cheaper
  8. 8. RAW MATERIALS REQUIRED  The basic raw material for the manufacture of biscuits is wheat flour.  Other raw materials are Maida Sugar Skimmed powder Water Salt Parle flavour
  9. 9. CHEMICALS REQUIRED  Sodium Bicarbonate  Soda Metabisulphate  Cytric Acid  Sodium Chloride  Mono Acitic Carbo Sulphate
  10. 10. SUPPLY CHAIN  Wheat- Ujjain  Maida- Raigada, Andra Pradesh(Tikkawali), Haryana  Edible Oil- Paradeep(Kargil foods)  Wrapper- Kanpur  Cartoon- Kalinga packers
  11. 11. MANUFACTURING PROCESS  The process is conventional and easy.  Wheat flour and Maida along with other ingredients is mixed with water and dough is prepared.  Then it is kept at a normal room temperature for about couple of hours to allow proper fermentation.  Then it is placed in biscuit moulding trays and these trays are placed in oven for baking.  After requisite baking, trays are taken out, cooled and biscuits are packed.
  12. 12. MANUFACTURING PROCESS  The above whole process can be divided into six main categories Testing Mixing Moulding Baking Cooling Packing
  13. 13. CAPACITY  50-60 metric tonne per year  25-30 trucks  Manufacture 10,000 biscuits per hour  1 cartoon have 144 biscuits
  14. 14. INFRASTRUCTURE & WORKING HOUR  The building development cost will be around Rs 10.45 lakhs.  Total land is about 3 acers  Open everyday except Sunday  3 shifts each of 8hrs 6am – 2pm 2pm – 10pm 10pm – 6am
  15. 15. PLANT & MACHINARY  It is suggested to have installed production capacity to manufacture large quantity of biscuits per year.  This would require flour sifter, dough kneader, electrically operated oven and die machine for shaping and sizing  It also have biscuit moulding tray, automatic air cooling, sealing and wrapping machine.
  16. 16. MAN POWER REQUIREMENT  Production Supervisors- 20  High Skilled Workers- 70  Sub-Skilled Labour- 130  Soft-Skilled(Contract Labourer)- 900  Semi-Skilled Labour- 200  Salesman-150  Accountant- 5  Driver- 20
  17. 17. SOURCE OF TECHNOLOGY  Master Mechanical Works Pvt Ltd, 75,Link Road, Lajpat Nagar 3, New Delhi- 110024  Nagpal Brothers, C-127, Phase 2, Mayapuri Industrial Area, New Delhi- 110064  Delight Engg. Works, Lane No. 8 Aslat pura, Moradabad-244001.  Foodmac Engg. Pvt. Ltd. 37038, Sector 2, Parwanoo-173220 (HP).  KGN Engg., Plot No. 174, Old Airport Road, Secunderabad-500011.
  18. 18. DEPARTMENTS & OUT-SOURCE  Having departments at Cuttack, Bhubaneswar & Sambalpur  18 disributer in Bhubaneswar  Sub-retailer at Cuttack(Mangul) and Sambalpur  Over 400 customers
  19. 19. MEANS OF FINANCE  EQUITY CAPITAL-20.39 lakh  MOFPI SUBSIDY-14.57 lakh  TERM LOAN-10.43 lakh  FINANANCIAL INSTITUTIONS-23.31 lakh
  20. 20. PROJECTED PROFIT & SALARY  Overall profit is 95 crores  Production Supervisors- Rs25000-30000  Workers- Rs15000  Salesman-Rs10000-12000  Driver- Rs5000-7000
  21. 21. COMPETITORS  Like every industry it also have competitor.  So it need to maintain its quality.  Major competitor are Britania and I.T.C
  22. 22. LONG TERM GOALS  Product quality  Marketing policy  Annual income  High performance  Quality control
  23. 23. REFERENNCES  Workers of the manufacturing unit  Datas and files related to the manufacturing unit  Report on Bisciut factory by Global AgriSystem Pvt. Ltd  Data releted to Entrepreneurship by Harward Business School.  Articles about Entrepreneurship by Economic Times

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