2 MANUFACTURING PROCESS / TECHNOLOGY Choice of TechnologyPlant CapacityPrincipal InputsInvestment Outlay and Production CostUse by Other UnitsProduct MixLatest DevelopmentsEase of Absorption
3 MANUFACTURING PROCESS / TECHNOLOGY Appropriateness of TechnologyWhether the Technology Utilizes Local Raw Materials?Whether the Technology Utilizes Local Man Power?Whether the Goods and Services Produced Cater to the Basic Needs?Whether the Technology Protects Ecological Balance?Whether the Technology is Harmonious with Social and Cultural Conditions?
4 TECHNICAL ARRANGEMENTS The nature of the support provided by collaboratorsProcess and performance guaranteesThe price of technologyThe continuing benefit of R&D workThe period of the collaboration agreementThe assistance to be provided and restrictions to be imposedThe level of equity participation and the manner of sharing management control.In case of change of ownership.Fails to meet obligationsForce majeure situations
5 MATERIAL INPUTS AND UTILITIES Raw MaterialsAgricultural ProductsMineral ProductsLivestock and Forest ProductsMarine ProductsProcessed Industrial Materials and ComponentsAuxiliary Material and SuppliesUtilities
6 PRODUCT MIXBased on Market RequirementsVariations in;SizeQuality
7 PLANT CAPACITY Feasible Normal Capacity (FNC) Nominal Maximum Capacity (NMC)Factors:Technological RequirementInput ConstraintsInvestment CostMarket ConditionsResources of the FirmGovernment Policy
8 LOCATION AND SITE Proximity of Raw Materials and Markets Availability of InfrastructureLabor SituationGovernmental PoliciesOther FactorsClimate ConditionsGeneral Living ConditionsProximity to Ancillary UnitsEase in Coping with Environmental PollutionSite Selection
9 MACHINERIES AND EQUIPMENT Selection ProcedureEstimate the likely levels of production over time.Define the various machining and other operationsCalculate the machine hours required for each type of operationSelect machines and equipment required for each function
11 MACHINERIES AND EQUIPMENT Spare Parts & ToolsSpare parts and tools to be purchased with the original equipment.Spare parts and tools to be required for operational wear and tear.
12 MACHINERIES AND EQUIPMENT Constraints in selecting machineries and equipmentLimited availability of powerDifficulty in transporting heavy equipmentUnavailability of trained workersImport policy of the governmentProcurement of plant and machinery
13 STRUCTURES AND CIVIL WORKS Site Preparation and DevelopmentBuildings and StructuresOutdoor Works
14 ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS Key IssuesWhat are the types of effluents and emissions generated?What needs to be done for proper disposal of effluents and treatment of emissions?Will the project be able to secure all environmental clearness and comply with all statutory requirements?
15 PROJECT CHARTS AND LAYOUTS General Functional LayoutMaterial Flow DiagramProduction Line DiagramsTransport LayoutUtility Consumption LayoutCommunication LayoutOrganizational LayoutPlant Layout