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FEASIBILITY STUDY: PRINTING PRESS
Prof. Marianito Dimaandal Charisse Gonzaga (HRDM 3-6N)
Contents : I. Project Summary 1. Brief Description of the project 2. Summary of the findings and conclusions II. TIMETABLE AND STATUS 1. Actual or target dates of period III. MANAGEMENT ASPECTS 1. Management during the pre-operating period a. Project Originators b. Project promoters/managers d. Personnel/Work Force 2. Management during the operating period a. Form of Business b. Internal organization 1. Function of each unit 2. Organizational chart c. Owners d. Management Personnel 1. Duties 2. Requirements
3. Recruitments 4. Compensation e. Personnel/Work Force 1. Skilled required 2. Number of required for each skill IV. MARKETING ASPECTS 1. Demand 2. Supply 3. Pricing 4. Marketing Programs 5. Projected sales quantity V. TECHNICAL ASPECTS 1. Products specification a. Products to be produced 2. Product process a. Detailed Flow Chart b. Requirements for the processes 3. Production capacity and production schedule 4. Physical Facilities a. Location
1. Description of the Location; location map b. Area and Layout 1. Description of the Area 2. Proposed layout – plans and drawings of structure c. Other facilities 1. Major machinery and equipment requirements d. Production in-puts 1. Materials 2. Labor e. Utilities VI. FINANCING 1. Sources selected or proposed for short-term financing, longterm financing and suppliers credit and their respective users. VIII. FINANCING ASPECTS 1. Major assumptions used 2. Financial estimated 3. Financial analysis IX. SOCIAL DESIRABILITY OF THE PROJECT 1. Government revenue 2. Consumers 3. Employee
Its significance in day to day business promotion and marketing cannot be ignored. promotion and communication used by other business. The site is very accessible to our target market. there has been a positive trend in all major business sectors of the country. Due to stability in economy in last few years. people from different places can access the business as well.Brief Description of the project A printing press is a device for evenly printing ink onto a print medium (substrate) such as paper or cloth. businesses require . SUMMARY AND FINDINGS Print media is one of the most effective and economical mediums of communication and promotion and is used by all major businesses. In today’s competitive environment. Printing Press is a capital oriented venture. Print media nowadays is the trend because of its effective advertising. workers of different establishments and employees of government offices and because it resides beside the national road. students. REGISTERED NAME OF THE ENTERPRISE: STAR PRINTING PRESS Star Printing Press proposed location is at Elliptical Road corner Commonwealth Avenue. The importance of printing and graphic arts sector are often under-estimated.
All the material included in this document is based on data/information gathered from various sources and is based on certain assumptions.appropriate marketing & promotional tools to build product recognition in the market. The basic aim of this proposal is to provide basic information in setting up a Printing Press Business. . From brochures to packaging all are means of effective sales promotion tools and require services of printing press.
PROJECT TIMETABLE AND STATUS .
DESCRIPTION Planning Design Research Ownership Formation Source of fund Acquisition of Proposed Business Location Registration and acquisition of licenses and permits Selection of Supplies Building Construction Purchasing of Facilities & Equipment Installation Recruitment & Selection of employees Orientation and Training Start of Normal Operation MAY DECEMBER DATES JANUARY – MARCH APRIL . from the allocation or preparation to the star of the business. From February to May are the better months for the preparation.TIME TABLE AND STATUS The time table shows the activities within the certain period of time. before the school year starts.
MANAGEMENT ASPECTS .
Skilled required 2. Owners d. Compensation e. Number of required for each skill . The business will be owned and managed by five persons. Requirements 3. Management studies consist of the following: a. Management Personnel 1. There will be hiring. and training of the owners to make the progress of the business smooth. Duties 2. Form of Business b.MANAGEMENT ASPECTS Partnership is the form of ownership which is project will materialize. Recruitments 4. and the management to be easier. Organizational chart c. Personnel/Work Force 1. Function of each unit 2. Internal organization 1.
ready to operate. how profitable it is.MANAGEMENT DURING THE PRE-OPERATING PERIOD During this period we did initiate my plan brainstorming. Lastly within this period is to make sure that everything is settled. BIR. we planned for the best location. SSS and the Local Government of Quezon City as a limited partnership where the liability to third person is limited only to extent of his capital contribution to the partnership. After we came up with a kind of business to put up. Once the clear design and layout is agreed upon. Remaining components needed in our business establishment such as raw materials and others should also be completed as soon. next is obtaining the needed licenses and permits for legal purposes in order to legalize the proposed business. DTI. equipments. Followed by this is the careful planning of the layout to be renovated in the site. Next is the completion of needed machineries. In the form of ownership. It is important that we identify what business we going to put up-on how much we know about the product and the product line. until the building is ready to be occupied. what business will fit for our available capital. and that each of these resources are in their right place and right time. This will be done in time through the help of the construction company. After the thorough and careful planning and selecting the best alternatives. etc. the complete renovation of the site takes place. we will be registered at SEC. furniture & fixtures. for it is of utmost importance in any kind of business. .
PROJECT ORIGINATORS: Designer (Owners) Foreman Construction Worker PROJECT PROMOTER/MANAGER: General Manager Human Resource Manager .
MANAGEMENT DURING THE OPERATING PERIOD ORGANIZATIONAL CHART PARTNERSHIP EXECUTIVE BOARD EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR GENERAL MANAGER HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER SUPERVISOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER OFFSETPRINTING PERSONNEL PRINTING OPERATOR .
DUTIES AND WORKING HOURS: POSITION DUTIES WORKING HOURS COMPENSATION governing the organization by establishing broad policies and objectives. ensuring the Board of Director availability of adequate financial resources. supporting and reviewing the performance of the chief executive. setting the salaries and compensation of company management. Create designs. appointing. selecting. and sample layouts Graphic Designer based on knowledge of layout principles 8 hours (9am6:30pm) 8 hours (9am6:30pm) 500. PhilHealth) . Pag-ibig.00 (Contribution Benefits: SSS. accounting to the stakeholders for the organization's performance. concepts. approving annual budgets.
load paper. Develops and maintains the correct pressure and registration between the plates and ink in order to obtain a clean. quantities required and other paper and ink specifications. clear impression of 8 hours (9am6:30pm) 500. color sequence. install and adjust plates. Review job orders to determine production time. Pag-ibig. and operates offset printing presses to print various printed materials.00 (Contribution Benefits: SSS. Sets ups.00 (Contribution Benefits: SSS. Pag-ibig. load and mix ink colors. Review final layouts and suggest improvements as needed.Printing Press Operator Offset Printing Operator and esthetic design concepts. PhilHealth) 8 hours (9am6:30pm) 500. and select style and size of type. PhilHealth) . adjusts. Monitor quality consistency during production runs and make adjustments as necessary. Determine size and arrangement of illustrative material and copy.
The General Manager is responsible for the overall attainment of sales targets. PhilHealth) 8 hours (9am6:30pm) 550. PhilHealth) 8 hours (9am6:30pm) 500. establishing and accomplishing business objectives. Obtains profit contribution by managing staff. PhilHealth) .00 (Contribution Benefits: SSS. fabricators. machine setters and operators. 8 hours (9am6:30pm) 500. Pag-ibig. and plant and system operators.the material being printed. Pag-ibig. budgets and net income objectives.00 (Contribution Benefits: SSS. Supervisor precision workers. Responsible for employment Human Resource (including external Manager recruiting and internal reassignment). assemblers. Supervise and coordinate the activities of production and operating workers. Pag-ibig. He comes up with General Manager plans and programs. such as inspectors.00 (Contribution Benefits: SSS.
000 1. Bachelor's/College Receptionists Degree . 8 Pag-ibig. any field.BOARD OF DIRECTORS NAME OF THE PARTNERS ACQUIRED FROM AMOUNT CHARISSE GONZAGA CHRIS TOMLIN JARED ANDERSON PERSONAL FUND PERSONAL FUND PERSONAL FUND 1.500. Pag-ibig. Vocational Diploma / Short Course Certificate.500. & PhilHealth Working Hours Compensation (benefits) Security Guard . & PhilHealth Minimum (SSS. & PhilHealth 8 Minimum (SSS.000 Other Personnel Description Requirements Candidate must possess at least a High School Diploma.000 1. motivated & have desire to work in a fast paced environment w/ an emphasis on customer service Minimum (SSS. Must have self confidence in their abilities.500. Pagibig.
GRAPHIC DESIGNER . Human Resource Management or equivalent.45 years old. & PhilHealth JOB REQUIREMENTS GENERAL MANAGER Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree. Male. 21-45 years old 1 Full-Time position available. At least 1 year(s) of working experience is required for this position. Old. 21 . At least 1 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position. Pag-ibig. Hard working 8 Minimum (SSS. 1 Full-Time position(s) available HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor’s/College Degree.At least High school graduate Maintenance 20-35 yrs.
Applicants must be willing to work in Quezon City. Must have knowledge in handling printing press machine. Advertising/Media or equivalent. 2 Full-time position. Male.45 years old Must be hardworking. not more than 30 yrs old. Male. honest and responsible. Not younger than 21 years old Must be hardworking. honest and responsible. Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Art/Design/Creative Multimedia. At least 1 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position. PRINTING PRESS OPERATOR Candidate must possess at least a Vocational Diploma / Short Course Certificate. OFFSET PRINTING OPERATOR Candidate must possess at least a Vocational Diploma / Short Course Certificate. . any field. At least 1 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position. With good communication skills. 3 Full-time positions. At least 1 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position. 25 .
1 Full-Time position available. honest and responsible. 23 -45 years old Must be hardworking. With good communication skills. With good communication skills. SUPERVISOR Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree . Male. At least 1 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position. Applicants must be willing to work in Manila. . 3 Full-Time position(s) available.
we make sure that they qualify our requirements and standards. the work of the requisitioner who merely copies the corresponding job code number on the form is simplified. If a job analysis which contains the job description and job specification is already available. STEP 2 The general manager takes action on the request. the form goes to the Human Resource Department. If disapproved of if there is a need for clarification of certain points. Final action taken only after the discussion. a request for a discussion with the requisitioner is made. for them to be able to serve the customers well. . If approved. It is a process of linking the sources of labor and the organization which is the specific labor market. the starting date of work and the justification for such requisition. qualifications of the person needed. Before we recruit applicants. his duties and responsibilities. STEP 1 The manager that needs a particular worker fills out a requisition form stating the vacant position.RECRUITMENT Recruitment is the search for potential applicants for actual and anticipated vacant positions in the organization.
the job application is notified of the opening and is requested to come for more screening.STEP 3 The Human Resource Manager looks into the application file to see if there is any job applicant who qualifies for the position. His academic and professional qualifications. STEP 5 If none. STEP 4 If any. the interviewer takes note of the former’s physical appearance. fitness. The initial phase consists of the use of the information sheet provided by the company and the resume of the applicant which is also called biodata or curriculum vitae. if any and personal data are noted carefully during the preliminary interview . voice and speech. screening begins. During the first reception of the applicant. the recruitment process starts using the source of applicants adopted by the establishment in recruiting After enough applicants are recruited for a particular position.
COMPENSATION Employees will be compensated on the number of hours they have worked. Basic Rate x 125% = Overtime Pay WORK SCHEDULES FROM : Monday to Saturday Operating Hours Closing Hours 9 am 6:30 pm With 1 hour break on 12 noon and 30 minutes coffee on the afternoon anytime. the higher the compensation they can get. Salaries based on the job they do and the longer the hour they work. given every 15th and 30th day of the month. The starting rates will be minimum rate. and after 6 months there is a provision for increases.An investigation of the applicants previous history is conducted by asking his references and by getting clearances from some government agencies like police or NBI. The final phase consists of interviews with the HR Manager. . A thorough physical examination is conducted towards the end of the entire process.
PERSONNEL TRAINING Employees will receive proper orientation and training according to their job’s nature. They should be able to specialized in their field of work. . They will be introduced to the procedures they will use in performing their job. and job rotation will not be practiced.
Marketing ASPECTS .
318. the buying power. To be able to know the consumer’s attitude towards printing press product.945. needs.770 6. frequency of buying. the question of the demand is the most basic issue. Obviously.618.863 16.550 9. It is therefore.MARKETING ASPECTS The market study is considered as the lifeblood of all project feasibility study. wants. HISTORICAL DEMAND OF NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE FOR THE LAST 3 YEARS Description Daily Monthly Yearly 2009 18. etc. While profitability is generally the focal point of a project study. there can be no discussion of profitability or to other aspects of the feasibility study if there is no demand.673 1.240 2010 25.050 776.660 2011 44. we conducted a survey that would give us ideas regarding consumer’s taste.356 . DEMAND ANALYSIS An analysis of the demand is part of the important task of identifying the needs of consumers and determining whether they are willing and have the capability to pay for the products a business is contemplating to provide. imperative that the market study be given the first consideration.670 578.384.
462.472 31.500 12.480 53.760.010. Projected Demand of the Products for the next 10 yrs : Year 2012 2013 2014 Newspaper and Magazine 21.720 66.654.291.240 The project demand for the Newspaper & Magazine is shown on the next table using arithmetic straight line as the method of projection since the demand for newspaper & magazine is constantly increasing.960 .Yc = initial value Yn = final value N = Number of years HISTORICAL DEMAND OF OTHER PRODUCTS FOR THE PAST 3 YRS (BOX and PAMPHLET): Description Daily Monthly Yearly 2009 33.914 26.128.500 1.454.030 Box and Pamphlet 39.558.122.038.000 2010 184.108.40.206 2011 69. based on the historical demand for the last 3 years.780 1.520 26.180 21.920 2.
400 161.200 93.588 40.147.680 120. and 11% used a pamphlet.944.310820 60.299. 3. while 2% of the respondents do not used it all. 1. SUPPLY The supply depends on the customers. Through the survey.637.146 45. classes of people and competitors.936 80. Most of the respondents prefer to read newspaper on morning. price. The demand depends on how many will the customer order. 2.400 107. we have to consider the location. 45% of the respondents read newspaper. 28% read a magazine. .704 50. because it is a Printing Press we are just accepting orders.378 64.920 134.801.396. We expected 32% of sales every year. The most number of respondents answered that they usually read newspaper everyday. population. 14% used a box for packaging.983.160 147.847.640 SURVEY ANALYSIS To forecast the demand.203.751.2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 35. we have found out that.964.474.492.262 55.
Determine the amount of demand unsatisfied. Compare the demand and supply trends. . Whether the quality of service is such that it may create additional demand or redirect part of existing demand in its favor. Determine the share of the market by establishing the proposed service volume against the total market size. 2. b. 3. it is important to consider either both of the following : a. Whether the factors affecting the market may disrupt the equilibrium so as to cause demand to grow faster than supply. The analysis may be conducted in the following manner: 1.DEMAND AND SUPPLY It is now essential to combine the findings on the demand-supply situations. If the demand appears to be fairly satisfied by supply.
50 30 31.430 424.50 34.652.356 NUMBER OF BARANGAYS 897 142 21 16 188 32 PRICING BOXES 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 12‖ 18‖ 20‖ 24‖ 28‖ 30‖ 36‖ 12‖ 48‖ 60‖ 72‖ 10‖ 36‖ 12‖ 18‖ 24‖ 36‖ 38‖ 40‖ 48‖ 60‖ 72‖ SIZES Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Corrugated Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Box Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes Boxes QTY PER BUNDLE 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 15 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 10 10 15 PRICE 17 19 22 26.LIST OF POPULATION IN QUEZON CITY AND CITIES AROUND IT : CITY/ MUNICIPALITY City of Manila Quezon City San Juan Marikina Caloocan Valenzuela POPULATION AS OF 2012 1.150 1.50 40 44 47 61 84 92.50 .040 575.489.720 121.171 2.5 34 36 40 52.5 72 14 36 16 22.761.
75/page . Advertisement can be done through leaflets.85/page MAKERTING PROMOTION In order for us to promote our business. posters. and attractive banners which will contain our latest offers and promos.5‖ x 11‖) Pamphlets Pamphlets (A4) (A5) 0. It will also be a huge help to catch the attention of the people. give free goods which displays our product name and put up a website and promote there at the same time.25/page 1/page . we have to conduct an effective way of introducing ourselves to the market. we know that we can have their loyalty and aside from that.50 38 50 52 56 63 PRICE Newspaper (430 mm × 280 mm) Magazine (8. stickers. we increases our customers through the experience of others. where we could . They could access our store from anywhere through our website. We are going to advertise.7 x 7 x 12‖ Corrugated Boxes 8 x 8 x 12‖ Corrugated Boxes 8 x 8 x 14‖ Corrugated Boxes 8 x 8 x 16‖ Corrugated Boxes 8 x 8 x 18‖ Corrugated Boxes 8 x 8 x 24‖ Corrugated Boxes 8 x 8 x 36‖ Corrugated Boxes 8 x 8 x 48‖ Corrugated Boxes 10 x 10 x 24‖ Corrugated Boxes 10 x 10 x 36‖ Corrugated Boxes 10 x 10 x 38‖ Corrugated Boxes 10 x 10 x 40‖ Corrugated Boxes 10 x 10 x 48‖ Corrugated Boxes 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 18 18 20 22 23 29 50 73. In giving free goods.
show them our products. . prices. and other things they wanted to know about STAR Printing Press. job openings. Through this site. we could also process orders and obtain feedbacks like comments or suggestions from our customers.
TECHNICAL ASPECTS .
generally published on a regular schedule and contain a variety of content. . When no specific Box shape is described. A Magazine are publications that are printed with ink Magazine on paper. domed top elongated.PRODUCT SPECIFICATION PRODUCT DESCRIPTION A newspaper is a scheduled publication containing news of current Newspaper events. and advertising. round or surfaces. A corrugated box is a very common shipping container. section that sloped or is square. editorials. or in fourths (called a leaflet). diverse features. without a hard cover or binding). or for temporary use often for transporting contents. or it may consist of a few pages that are folded in half and saddle stapled at the crease to make a simple book. It may consist of a single sheet of paper that is printed on both sides and folded Pamphlet in half. A pamphlet is an unbound booklet (that is. It usually is printed on relatively inexpensive. informative articles. a box of rectangular cross-section with all sides flat may be expected. in thirds. low-grade paper such as newsprint. Box describes a variety of containers and receptacles for permanent use as storage. or non-vertical sides. but a box may have a horizontal cross oval.
PRODUCTION PROCESS Getting Order Conceiving Idea Sketching Approval of Sample Image Setting Plate Making Ink & Water Press Run Paper Ink & Water Binding Packing Delivery .
. The artwork is transformed to negative film either by imaging a digital file through an image setter. After designing the designer sets page layout and the design is sent to the pre-press department. 2. The pages are stripped together into a flat9 that reflects how the pages will be printed on the press sheet. Halftone is the reproduction of continuous-tone artwork (such as a photograph) through the application of a screen that converts the image into dots of various sizes.The Design/Creative Stage In the Design Stage the designer prepares the design of the product taking into account the overall look and feel of the paper. 3. halftone and line art. In prepress stage: 1. Line art is the art that is made up of continuous lines such as pen & ink drawings or typefaces. The flat is burned onto a metal plate. Text to be printed is typed and graphics to be shown are created. The Prepress Stage In the Pre-press Stage the artwork is taken from its delivered state (either reflective art or digital file) all the way to the press plates. Designing of graphics is of two types. There is no tonal difference from one area to another. or by shooting reflective artwork with a copy camera.
The Printing Stage The Printing Stage covers the transfer of an image to paper. Each plate then transfers its image to a rubber blanket that in turn transfers the image to paper. Offset lithography is based upon the principle: ―The ink and water do not mix. first by water rollers. The plate itself does not actually touch the paper. During the process the machine man checks the blending of inks to maintain the color control. When a printing plate is made. This developed plate is wrapped around the press cylinder. the plates are dampened. and then ink rollers. . while the non-printing areas are rendered water receptive and ink-repellent. Print quality is checked frequently by the press operator. Offset printing presses print at a high speed. The ink is distributed to the plates through a series of rollers.After the flat is burned onto the plate. the plate washed in the developing chemical. The water rollers keep the ink off of the non image areas of the plate. On the press. The rollers distribute the ink from the ink fountain onto the plates. All of this occurs at a high speed. the printing image is rendered ink-receptive and water repellent. For the purpose of this feasibility.‖ The paper is fed through the press from a pile of paper already cut to the size of the machine. The image area of the plates picks up ink from the ink rollers. this process will be outsourced because of the high capital cost of machinery and equipment used in the process and the infrequent use of machinery.
Gravure 6. A typical job such as an 8.5 x 11 newsletter may include: 1 A post press cut 2 A half fold 3 A double parallel fold For the purpose of this feasibility. or gluing is performed as required. Flexo 5. collating. Mostly. folding. Printing Press performs the trimming and folding in-house. perforating. stitching and gluing. Technology/Process Options Following different technology/process options are available for printing: 1. Waterless Lithography 8. Digital Printing . Letter Press 4. Offset Lithography 2.The Bindery Stage The Bindery Stage is when any trimming. stitching. Web Printing 3. Screen Printing 7. and works closely with an outside bindery on the collating. this process will be outsourced because the process is labor intensive and to perform the process in-house the business requires steady orders of binding.
Early lithographers etched images onto flat stone. while the porous stone accepted water. it stayed on the greasy image area and avoided the rest of the stone. the image is transferred to the blanket. the image is transferred from the printing plate to a rubber blanket and then to the paper. an ink-receptive coating is activated at the image area. sizes and qualities of offset presses. Paper passes between the blanket cylinder and the image is transferred to the paper. cut paper is delivered into the machine. Expensive at shorter runs. water rollers dampen the plate. When ink was applied. first. When the printing plate is exposed. In a sheet fed press. paper comes on a large roll and is cut after printing. Although there are many different kinds. As the cylinders rotate. In a web press. In modern presses. On the press. the basic configuration remains the same. These images would accept ink. it is most commonly . Ink adheres to the image area and water to the non-image area. This process is called offset printing. The major types of offset presses are sheet fed and web.Off Set Lithography The basic principle of offset printing—the dominant printing process—is simple: ink and water don't mix. Modern lithography uses the same concept but adds one important element. then by ink rollers. Web Printing Web printing is offset lithography printing on large continuous rolls of paper known as webs.
As the press runs.000 per hour. corrugated boxes. cartons and newspapers. In the process. plastics. varying in depth and width. Modern letterpress uses a photo-etching technique to remove the non-image area from the plate. letterpress is now largely used for specialty work such as fine art prints.used for the production of newspapers. so the image makes a physical impression on the paper. which hold the ink. books and posters. foils. Letter Press Formerly the standard printing process. newsprint and more. magazines and catalogues due to its speed and economy at runs over 250. Gravure Basically. The non-image areas on these plates are etched away. often called flexo. Flexo is best suited for printing on a rolled substrate other than paper such as box boards. Common applications for flexo include labels. Flexo Modern flexography. The plate cylinder consists of tiny cells. is a versatile process that uses photo-etched plates. tabs. leaving only the printing surface that carries the ink directly to the printing material (referred to as the substrate). a blade scrapes excess ink off the surface . the image area is actually raised above the rest of the plate. gravure turns everything in the image into halftone dots.
leaving ink only in cells. rules. helps maintain the ink's temperature. among other things. . graphics.of the plate. usually for publications and packaging printing. and photographs as composites of very fine dots. digital presses are made to produce short-run (1 to 5000 copies) quick-turnaround. ink is expressed through a stretched fabric mesh by a squeegee blade to reproduce the original image onto the substrate below. reproducing type. Newer presses are available with the conventional dampening system and a cooling system so that they can run waterless. A variety of materials such as paper. Waterless Lithography Print buyers are hearing more and more about waterless offset as the process becomes more commonly used in the United States. full color jobs. the ink is transferred. plastic. fabric and glass can be screen-printed. Gravure is used only in very long runs. Digital Printing Unlike traditional (offset) printing presses. Almost any offset printing press can be converted to run waterless if it is retrofitted with a cooling system that. metal. Special plates must be used so that the non-image area still repels the ink. As the paper contacts the plate. Screen-Printing In screen-printing.
000 8 240 2. to a plate maker. PRODUCTION CAPACITY AND PRODUCTION SCHEDULE Number of One Unit of Machine Capacity shifts per day Daily (per color) Monthly (per color) Annual (per color) 16. Limitations of digital printing include limited paper size and quality of 4color reproduction.or even directly from desktop to press.880 Number of operating days per year 312 312 312 . to the printing press. But in digital printing your job goes from your desktop to a proof to plates to the press .In traditional printing. In addition. your job goes from your desktop to a digital proof.000 768.000 64. not every printer offers digital printing options. to another proof. to an image setter (for making film).
Diliman Preparatory. New Era University. Commonwealth Avenue. increase in output and provide convenience and satisfaction to employees as well as to customers. Police Station and Hospital. 5. etc. Ateneo de Manila. 2. For the employees and customers. . 3. 6. This is the most ideal plant location together with our store because of the following reasons: 1. It will be one of the best spot for this kind of business. Quezon City is the most populated city in Metro Manila 4. Sampaloc Manila. It is near in the Quezon City Hall. Recto. right beside University of the East. The availability of skilled and unskilled labor. ALTERNATIVE LOCATION Alternative location will be on Claro M.PHYSICAL FACILITIES LOCATION The plant shall be situated at Corner of Elliptical Road. Manila is the 2nd highest population in Metro Manila. AREAS AND LAYOUT The plant layout is designed to reduce cost. The target market will be students at the University Belt. The access to and availability of raw material sources. there is no hassle in transportation because it is the widest lane in Metro Manila. It is near in schools like University of the Philippines.
The management considered the factors such as its closeness to the probable target market’s area and the convenience for employees and customers. It is located beside the public market so it can be notice by the passerby and motorists. .
000 8.000 3.000 23.000. the interiors if necessary.320. and oiling as well. Printing Press Computer to plate OTHER EQUIPMENTS Centralized Air Conditioner Telephone & Internet Water Dispenser Fire Extinguisher Generator Sony Component 150.000 840.MACHINERIES AND EQUIPMENTS The machines and equipments used in printing process will be placed logically and properly inside the printing room. Two unit Cutter Polar 45 computerized C. All equipments and machineries must be checked after every six months cleaning the surface.000 . so that moving around it would be easy and conflicts in use would be minimized.000 44. All of the machineries are imported because there’s no kind of that machine here in Philippines. MAJOR EQUIPMENTS A.780 95.000 2.260.000 1.000 5.100. OFFSET PRINTING One Two Two Two One unit unit unit unit unit Heidelberg Heidelberg Heidelberg Heidelberg Heidelberg SM SM SM SM SM 102 – 6 color 102 – 4 color 72 – 4 color 74 – 2 color 52 – 2 color 30.500 9.050.000 23.000 B.800.
000 SUPPLIES The proponents have chosen Office Club.436.367. Some of our raw materials are imported.300 17.500 2.80 .100 3.90 255.563 750. WATER The water supply provided by Manila Water Services C. UTILITIES A.Com and Malik Paper Mart as our supplier in raw material needed.Speakers Bundy Clock Exhaust Fan Vacuum Cleaner Office Table Office Chair Computer 3. because they sell a smaller price.000 3.500.490 103. TELEPHONE & INTERNET 2. ELECTRICITY The electricity will be supplied by Meralco B.00 29.
Legal aspects .
Municipal Permits or Licenses The following papers should be the first to be accomplished in securing the application for business permits and licenses. e. there are government requirements that should be secured and obtained. h. accomplished by the corresponding Articles of Partnership or Corporation.LEGAL ASPECTS In order for our business to be legally established and operate well. The business permit made up all other Permits and Licenses needed starting a particular business includes: c. g. a. f. The following are the common requirements and fees imposed to the partnership: 1. d. Photocopy of the certificate of registration from Securities and Exchange Commission. Certificate of Registration From Bureau of Domestic Trade b. Mayor’s Permit Business Tax Garbage Fee Sanitary Permit Signboards/Billboards Electric Permit .
Department of Trade and Industry The name of the business should be registered to protect it from being used by other entities of business and wants to get involved in the same kind of business. The applicants are requested to submit: a. d. that includes sanitary fee and garbage fee e. Photocopy of SEC Registration One (1) name of the Partnership Four (4) alternative names written in order of present . preference c.Second is the processing for the application of Mayor’s Permit. Health Office 2. Fire Safety Permit Building Permit from the City Engineer’s Office 3 copies of business application form Photocopy of articles of Incorporation of Partnership Photocopy of Certificates of SEC Registration Photocopy of DTI Registration Sanitary Permit secured from the municipal. c. b. g. the requirement includes: a. b. f.
Business Permit . Certificate of SEC 2. Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Any business should secure a company number and shall register with appropriate Revenue District Office (RDO) which has jurisdiction over the place where the main office is located. The company Tax number is permanent and it is to be used by business firm for several business purposes. Tax Identification Number (TIN) b.Basic Legal Participation Every business operation in the Philippines is required by law to secure the following: a. Some legislation that needs to be considered could have direct and indirect bearing on the business. Documents necessary for registration a. Articles of Incorporation 3. Such things can be summarized as follows: 1. Articles of Ownership b.d.
every employers and employees are required to be a member of SSS and PhilHealth for their own benefits. d. It is used in order to secure the rights of both employer and employees if something bad happens. By-Law c. Articles of Incorporation 4.c. (it depends on the contract or agreement by which the employer and employee agreed) . The employers are also obliged to pay half of the amount of their employees’ SSS and/or PhilHealth contributing fees.00 (1 & of filing fee) 5. Article of Incorporation b. Legal Research fee Php 300. Securities and Exchange Commission Under this section. the business is required for registration of Partnership and Corporation. Residence Permit e. Social Security System In business. The business should submit a photocopy of the Partnership Articles and By-Laws and pay the filing fee of 1/10 of 1% of the authorized capital accompanied by residence certificate a.00 Php 500. Registration with SEC for partnership and Corporation and registration with Bureau of Domestic Trade for single proprietorship.
Financial aspects .
The sources of Star Printing Press capital are the following: NAME OF THE PARTNERS Charisse Gonzaga Chris Tomlin Jared Anderson TOTAL CONTRIBUTION ACQUIRED FROM Personal Fund Personal Fund Personal Fund AMOUNT 50. .000. CASH FLOW STATEMENT – the systematic presentation of cash receipts and disbursements of the operation.000. total cost and net income for each presented.000. BALANCE SHEET – is consisting of the assets.000 50.000 150.SOURCES OF FINANCING The final scheme for this project would involve initial contribution from the three (3) partners.000 50. The overall feature of the firm’s financial condition as of the end of each year presented. the corresponding liabilities and capital of the project.000 INCOME STATEMENT – the project’s total revenue. investment and financial activities of each year are shown.000.
Social desirability of the product .
The business project can contribute to the society through paying taxes to the government. these taxes will help to their projects and for the development of schools including facilities. We can help them to be train in this field of business that will enhance their skills. hospitals. health centers. Lastly.SPECIFIC CONTRIBUTION OF THE STUDY The project is contributing the owners through profits that will earn on the said business. The project will also give benefits to the customers by offering one of a kind Printing Press by offering them special different products in one place which surely satisfy their needs and demands. And. . road construction and other government property. by putting up this business we can employ a jobless person.
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