13 Production Programme - Plant Capacity: 4,000 MT/month (48000MTA) Working Hour: 8 hours a day initially- Capacity utilization:60%70%80%Full capacity1st year2nd year3rd year4th year
14 Annual Cost - Utility Requirement NODESCRIPTIONQUANTITYCOST ($)1Electric Power*12,000,000 kwh360,0002Fuel900 litres8103Water450 m31004Gypsum60,000 MT135,000TOTAL495,910*Thailand: Electricity Cost: $ 1,092,000 (0,091/kwh) Bhutan: Electricity Cost: 0,03/kwh(Source: Yangdon Pema, Modelling and Analysis of Competitive Electricity Market in Bhutan, Chalmer University of Technology, Goteberg: Sweden, 2009
15 MachineriesNODESCRIPTIONQUANTITYCOST ($)1Set of Machines (Kiln, Dryer, Crusher, Conveyor, Packaging machine)800,0002Automobile (trucks, bus, earth moving machines)11279,000TOTAL1,079,000* The cost is inclusive of duty. Insurance is not included however.
16 Cost of Production (monthly) Gypsum$ 6,700Total cost/monthPower $18,000Pol$ 40.5$Water$ 5Packaging$ 2600
17 Selling Price Quantity (kg) Selling price ($) Bhutan (15 %) India (35 %)Third countries (50 %)1000.81.252.255011.52.52023
18 SWOT Analysis STRENGTH -Dynamic Partners High quality product (Plaster of Paris)Cheap production cost (labor, power, etc)Large market share in Asian countriesWEAKNESSNew companyNew player in the global marketOPPORTUNITIESLarge gypsum deposit in BhutanCheap electricityCheap laborTHREATSMNC companies in Asian countries (e.g. India, Thailand, Indonesia)
19 Cash - flow Cash Sales: 40% Credit Sales: 60% (2months credit period) (US$K)Year 2012JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecProjectActualCarry-forward from last month (A)157,533Cash551,592Receivables827,388Revenue (B)1,378,980Cost of products27,345.5024,740.50Salaries8560RentsInstallments20,16819,60819,04818,48817,92817,36816,80816,24815,68815,12814,56814,008Others15,000Expenses (C)71,073.50Carry-forward to next month (A+B-C)1,465,4402,776,5114,088,1435,400,3346,713,0868,026,3979,340,26910,654,70011,969,69213,285,24314,601,35515,918,026Cash Sales: 40%Credit Sales: 60% (2months credit period)Interest rate 5% for 3 years payment
20 Project advantages Create employment Social benefits: 5% community development5% conservation of environmentIncrease in GDPTax revenue
21 ReferencesBrown, TJ, et. all, World Mineral Production: 2004 – 2008, Nottingham: British Geological Survey, 2010 Freedonia, Industry Study to 2009 – 2014, Study #1953, 2005 Lum, Jackson, Desk Study of the Re-Evaluation of the Potential of Gypsum Deposit on Malden Island - Kiribati, SOPAC Technical Report, Canada, 1996 Royal Government of Bhutan, Bhutan Water Policy, Thimpu: Bhutan, 2003 US Geological Survey, Mineral Commodity Summaries, 2007 US Department of the Interior and US Geological Survey, Mineral Yearbook 2006 – Area Reports, International, Asia and the Pacific, Volume III, 2006
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