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PRODUCT CODE QUALITY AND STANDARDS : 266903006 : No specification has been framed so far, for this product. However, the quality is to be maintained as per the requirement of the market by using good quality of yarn. : Qty. : 1,44,00,000 Labels (per annum) Value : Rs. 37,44,000 : March, 2003 : Small Industries Service Institute Industrial Area-B, Ludhiana-3 (Punjab). Phone Nos. :2531733-34-35
PRODUCTION CAPACITY MONTH AND YEAR OF PREPARATION PREPARED BY
Labels are used in every garment industry of Textile and Leather as well as by the tailors to give the identity of the manufacturers and the specifications of the material used. With the increasing awareness of the consumer towards the better quality product and feeling the brand consciousness, this has become a neacessity for the garment manufactuers and the tailors.
of labels to the manufacturing units. There is good scope if some units come forward for manufacturing of labels.
B ASIS AND PRESUMPTIONS
1. The scheme has been prepared on the basis of 75% efficiency on single shift considering 25 working days in a month. 2. The rate of 15% interest in the scheme has been worked out on the basis of 15% on an average however, this figure is likely to vary depending on the financial out-lay of the project as well as location of the unit. 3. The break-even point in the scheme has been calculated on the full capacity utilization basis. 4. The cost of machinery and equipment as indicated are approximate which are fuling locally at the time of preparation of the scheme when a tailor cut project profile is prepared,
There are very few units in the State which are engaged in manufacturing lables. These labels are required by each and every type of gar ment manufacturing unit as well as leather products. Due to the increase in the production of garments, the demand of labels is also being increased day-by day. The export of readymade garments to different countries has also been increased. Still there is a gap of supply
no unit is adopting any quality standard for this purpose. Labels are manufactured as per the customer design and selection of material. Provisional registration as SSI unit 3. Financial arrangements 4. neighbouring states. So far. The width of the label depends from one inch to two inches. quality of the woven labels depends upon the materials use and the fast colour of the yar n used for manufacturing woven labels. Margin money required is minimum 30% of the Projected investment.44.P. The rate quoted in respect of salaries and wages for workers and others are the minimum rates in the State.44. it will require approximately 4 years to pay back the loans. Preparation of the Project Report: a) Calling quotations 1 month b) Preparation of Project 2 weeks report 2.000-00 IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE Sl. 5. The yarn normally comes in the market on cones. TECHNICAL ASPECTS P rocess of Manufacture The main raw material required to manufacture Labels is Polyster Yarn/ Silkyarn/Cotton yarn/Viscose yarn/ Blended yarn of different counts and colours. There is no need for Pollution Control equipment.118 W OVEN LABELS necessary changes are to be made. since the process involves weaving of yarn into .000 Labels Rs. However. the warp is made and the yarn is inserted to shuttle for weaving the labels in a continous length. After the initial gestation period of one and half year. from these cones warp is made on warping machine. 6. Purchase and procurement of machinery and equipments 6. Electrification 8. Some people use few ends of Jari yarn to enhance beauty of the label. Working capital for 3 months has been taken into consideration for smooth running of the project.00. Quality Control and Standards The Bureau of Indian Standards has not brought out any specifications for labels. Installation of machines and equipments 7. 37. Even then NOC from Pollution Control Board is required 5. Accordingly. Production Capacity (per annum) (a) Quantity 1. Activity Period 1. Recruitment of staff and workers 1 week 3 months 1 week 3 months 2 months 1 month 2 months (b) Value Motive Power Pollution Control 20 H. These labels are checked and packed for marketing to the garment manufacturers.No. 8. 7. The design which is required to be produced is punched through punching machine on card. No effluents are required.
Telephone 5.000 19.000 1. For calculations purpose. (ii) Machinery and Equipments Sl. Pirn winder 8" 3.500 1.38.38. 20 sq.) 50.000 20. Woven Labels making machine with Jacquard 5.700 40.000 500 2. Description No.000 1. Repair and maintenance 4.000 500 1.W OVEN LABELS 119 woven labels.000 1 15.000 35. Office expenditure 9. we have mentioned here polyster and viscose yarn. Insurance 8.000 1 20.000 Perquisites @ 10% Total Say (ii) Raw Material (per month) FINANCIAL ASPECTS A. So.000 (v) Working Capital (per month) Staff and Labour Administrative and Supervisory 1.000 1.000 . Transportation charges/cartage 6. 1 12.000 40. Supervisor/Accountant 3. Operators (Real winder 3 pirn winder/Beam winder) 3. It becomes the individuals duties to realise its necessity. Reel Winder 8 spindle.84.000 Woven Labels are also made out of cotton. Creel Stands 6. 2. @200 Total Note : 1.500 2.000 Polyster yarn III denier 600 kg.000 (Rs.) 1. Postage and stationery 3. Packing expenses 1 35. Skilled/Unskilled Worker 2. there is no requirement of installation of effluent plant.20.) Total (Rs.14.000 Total B.) 41.000 (Rs.000 1. Energy Conservation Energy Conservation has become essential in these days.10.500 3.000 15.) 10.000 3.mtr.000 2250 4.000 × 3 = Rs.000 (Rs.000 500 2.44.84. Helpers 2 Total 3000 9. Manager 2. mtr @ Rs.) 12. Peon/Watchman 1 1 1 4 5500 3500 2500 3000 Raw Material Utilities Other expenditure Skilled/Unskilled Worker 1.) 5. Fixed Capital (i) Land and Building Rented 500 sq.000 8. Beam winding M/c Warping) 4.500 37.000 Total 2.10. 7.000 Total 19.000 9. Working Capital (per month) (i) Staff and Labour (per month) (Rs.000 50.000 8.000 (Rs.) 4. Operators for label making machines (vi) Total Working Capital for 3 months = 2.000 7.000 (iii) Utilities (per month) Power and Electricity (iv) Other Contingent Expenditure 1 8.000 Value (Rs. @240 Viscose yarn 120 denir 200 kg. Electrification and Installation Electric Motors 2. silk and nylon yarn. Furniture and office equipments G. Rent 2. Oil and Lubricants 7.700 41.) 10. Card punching and stitching machine (iii) Other Fixed Assets 1. Total Unit Rate (Rs.500 12.000 4. (Rs.000 8 90.
Total (2) Turnover (per annum) By sale of : 1. St. M/s. Amritsar. Shree Shyam Filaments 15/17. 3.24. M/s. 2.000 . East of Kailash.43.T. Nota Machinery Corporation Sherpur. Total Capital Investment (i) Machinery and Equipments (ii) Total working capital for 3 months Total Rs. Ludhiana. 4.46. Delhi-110065. 40% of utilities 3. Community Centre.) 1.000 Rs.600 = (4) Net Profit Ratio = = (5) Net Rate of Return = = (6) Break-even Point Fixed Cost (per annum) 1.800 19.43.15. Nota Machinery Works Industrial Area-A.7.600 10. Ludhiana.120 W OVEN LABELS C. 2. M/s. M/s.000 Rs. Depreciation on office furniture 6.T. 3. 10-Hailey Road. Modi Cone Ltd. M/s.600 6. 40% of salaries 2.000 48.44. = = = (Rs. New Delhi. Modinagar-201204. M/s. Raw Material Manufacturers and Suppliers 1.000 2. M/s.800 Net Profit per year × 100 Total Investment 26% Net Profit per year × 100 Turn over per year 11% (Rs.92. 3.000 2. M/s.28.600 (Rs.96. Ghorrawali Factory. J.10.E.00. M/s. Phagwara (Punjab).) 4.Production Cost = 36.14.000 10. No. Nanak Chand and Sons Ganesh Nagar.400 Fixed Cost × 100 Fixed Cost + Profit 646800 × 100 1075200 60% .) 22. Ludhiana. 5.08. Interest on total investment Total B. Esslon Synthetics Ltd. Amritsar. Depreciation on machinery 5. 4. Link Road.000 (Rs.000 Labels @ Rs. Ajmer Road. 16. 9. Guru Nanak Textile Machinery Manufacturers G.33.) 37.000 86.000 4. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS (1) Cost of Production (per annum) Raw Material Staff and Labour Utilities Other contingent expenses Depreciation on Machinery @ 10% Interest on total investment @ 15% Depreciation on Office furniture.000 Addresses of Machinery Manufacturers and Suppliers 1.44.200 86. Road.28. 4. Dakshineshwar Building. 5. Jaipur-110065. 260 per thousand (3) Net Profit (per year) Profit = Sales . 40% of other expenditure 4. Ltd.000 2.00. Barwar House.P.000 33. Hamdard Textile Engineers Putlighar. M/s.C. Rajasthan Patro Synthetics Ltd.200 91.15.
M/s. Amritsar (Punjab) . Mahavir Spinning and General Mills Ltd. 8. M/s.K. Ludhiana. M/s. Samrala Road. Hoshiarpur (Punjab) 9. J.W OVEN LABELS 121 6. Govindwal Cooperative Spinning Mills. M/s. Kota. 7. Synthetics Ltd. Goindwal Sahib. Vardhman Spinning and General Mills Ltd.
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