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FEASIBILITY STUDY OUTLINE (*DAP Format) 1. Project Summary 2. Market Study a. Product Description b. Demand c. Supply d.

Demand-Supply Analysis e. Price Study f. Factors Affecting the Market g. Marketing Program 3. Technical Feasibility a. Products b. Manufacturing Process c. Plant Size and Production Schedule d. Machinery and Equipment e. Plant Location f. Plant Layout g. Building and Facilities h. Raw Materials and Supplies i. Utilities j. Waste Disposal k. Production Cost l. Labor Requirements 4. Financial Feasibility a. Major Assumptions b. Total Project Cost c. Sources of Financing the Project d. Preparation of Financial Statements e. Financial Analysis 5. Socio-economic Study 6. Organization and Management Study a. Form of Ownership b. Organizational Chart c. Officers and Key Personnel d. Project Schedule

) xxi.Manufacturing Process iii. Expected attainable annual production volume for the next five (5) years considering start-up and technical factors 4. mechanical and chemical properties) ii. Products i. Description of the products (specifically relating to physical.Plant Location xii. terms of payments and other arrangements 5. drainage facilities. Cost of construction xix. and the normal duration of the process) iv. Daily and annual production capacity of the plant vii. How shall the product be manufactured? (Show detailed flow charts indicating material and energy requirement at each step. Is the location desirable in terms of distance to source of raw materials and markets and other factors? 6.Technical Feasibility 1. and balancing of capacities of each major and auxiliary equipment. Plant location (Show map of the proposed plant) xiii. Other improvements (Specifically relates to roads.Plant Layout xiv. Processes used in existing plants and in similar projects in the Philippines or abroad 3. Economic uses of the product 2.Plant Size and Production Schedule vi. Quotations from suppliers. Other processes and factors considered to determine the process to be adopted v.Machinery and Equipment x. Show layout xv. delivery. Building/s to be constructed xviii. prices of equipment. machineries guarantees. Production days per year viii. Other structures and their respective costs xx. rated capacities of major machineries.Building and Facilities xvii. specifications. Effect of layout on materials flow and treatment of materials handling and storage xvi. etc. Machinery layout (Indicate the number. Factors used in determining plant size ix. Cost of improvements . Provision for expansion 7. and standby units) xi.

Waste disposal methods used in other plants xxxiii. steam and supplies) required xxix. Clearance and cost and how could it be secured from proper authorities 11. Uses. Waste disposal method to be adopted xxxii.Utilities xxviii. quantity required. water. availability of sources and alternative sources and costs 10.Production Cost 12. Alternative raw materials considered and factors used in selecting the raw materials xxiv.Waste Disposal xxx. Waste and volume to be disposed of xxxi. Availability of raw materials. mechanical and chemical properties xxiii. Will there be a continuous supply? xxvi. Current and prospective costs of raw materials and will there be any long term contract with the suppliers? 9. Cost of waste disposal xxxiv. fuel.Labor Requirements . balances of utilities. Current and prospective sources of raw materials xxvii. Utilities (electricity.8. Material combination xxv. Description of raw materials specifically relating to their physical.Raw Materials and Supplies xxii.