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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

I. Name of the Company


The name of the company is NaDeCO Co. based on the initials of the main raw material
of the bag which is NataDe Coco. The company also gives importance in producing bags
made up of eco-friendly materials, as well as promoting eco-consciousness to the society.
II. Marketing Ape!t
Through the observation, surveys, researchers and interviews conducted, the
company was able to find the high possibilities and strengths of the business. NaDeCo
Company is Targeting the C-D market with middle-income down to low-income consumers
within Caloocan City targeted the age group of 1-!" #$% of Caloocan&s total population'. The
company offers bags that offer e(clusive designs which will be surely attract the market.
NaDeCo Company also adopts value pricing which charges a fairly low price for a high )uality
offering. The Company&s mark-up for our product is *"%. +lso, NaDeCo Company is aware
that the consumers are supporting environmental friendly products.
III. Management Ape!t
NaDeCo Company chooses general partnership as their type of organi,ation for a
business. This was chosen because it is -ust a start-up business and everyone is e(pected to
contribute for the company&s growth. This aspect also includes the company logo, mission and
vision and company&s ob-ective. Considered also in this aspect are the -ob description, -ob
)ualification and personnel&s duties and responsibilities.
IV. Te!hni!a" Ape!t
.n the technical side of the business, NaDeCo Company assures the compliance to
the needs of the potential demand gap through e(tensive study of how to produce
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fashionable- eco-friendly bags at low-cost prices. This aspect also includes the proper mi(
of production resources using $"% and reserving the remaining production capacity for the
increasing future demand. .t also contains the different product designs, dimensions and
features.
V. #inan!ia" Ape!t
/resented here is the overall financial scenario of the company. This aspect also
shows the summary and schedule of labors, rent e(pense and schedule of depreciation
e(pense.
VI. So!io$E!onomi! Ape!t
NaDeCo Co. would focus its goal not only on its own personal gain but with the
benefits it could contribute to the economy and society. The company also wants to convey
eco-consciousness to the society and giving credits and importance to the government
manufacturers& of Nata De Coco. Through NaDeCo Company, the government can
generate additional income and will also be providing -ob opportunities for )ualified and
interested individuals.
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MAR%ETIN& AS'ECT
NaDeCoBAGS

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We aim to create a product that promotes
respect to the environment and satisfaction to
the society. The organization intends to create a
fashionable, eco-friendly bag using sustainable
and environmental materials such as Nata De
Coco.
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I. INDUSTRY ANA(YSIS
0ag manufacturing falls under the industry of +pparel 1anufacturing. This industry
includes establishments that turn fiber into fabric and fabric into clothing. +pparel sales are
driven by economic conditions, demographic trends, and pricing. The end of 2"11 the year-
on-year growth percentage is .3.
The apparel manufacturing industry transforms fabrics produced by te(tile
manufacturers into clothing and accessories. 0y cutting and sewing fabrics or other materials,
such as leather, rubberi,ed fabrics, plastics, and furs, workers in this industry help to keep
consumers warm, dry, and fashionable.
The apparel industry traditionally has consisted mostly of production workers who
performed the cutting and sewing functions in an assembly line. This industry remains labor-
intensive, despite advances in technology and workplace practices.
In)*try Segmentation
4eographic 5egmentation
Different 6egions and density of area #urban, semi-urban, and rural' affects the
mentality of people regarding on fashion or apparel.
/eople consider the climate in purchasing apparel goods. These determine if a certain
good is appropriate, can be used in a longer duration and would adapt to their
environment.
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Demographic 5egmentation
The age of the consumers affects the purchasing of apparel goods.
7emales are more susceptible in purchasing apparel goods than males.
The socioeconomic status of the consumer determines its capabilities to purchase more
costly goods.
The kind of apparel good must adapt to the occupation of the consumer.
/sychographic 5egmentation
The unanticipated shift of fashion.
Consumer acceptance of alternative fashion, styles and materials are often seems
unpredictable.
Continuing fashion change.
0ehavioural 5egmentation
+cceptance to a new product in the market is affected due to the loyalty of the
consumer to the other brands.
Design and manufacturing decisions, typically, made a year or more in advance of
actual retail sales.
Current Trends and Developments
The apparel industry is rapidly growing through moderni,ation of processes and
machineries. The use of automation and information technology is necessary to growing
competition.
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II. MAR%ET ANA(YSIS
+s a starting producer of bags, the C-D market with middle income down to low income
consumers within Caloocan city area targeted ranging 1-!" #$% of Caloocan&s total
population' age groups with a numeric population e)uivalent to *8,$3$ with an annual growth
rate 2.2 as stated in the National 5tatistics 9ffice total population record. The demand 4ap
were computed based on the sample si,e computed below.
n:
n:
n:
n: 1*! respondents
N: Total /opulation
n:sample
e:margin of error
Ta+"e ,. Market Tren) Ana"yi
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Tren) The Marketp"a!e i eniti-e to.
So!io$!*"t*ra" 7ashion trends and consumer taste.
Demographi! 1-!" age groups have the largest impact in the industry.
Te!hno"ogi!a" /romotion through different forms of media.
E!onomi! ;conomic changes, amount of disposable income and
changes in demand of raw materials.
The market sensitivity is based on the respondents when asked about what they consider in
buying bags
III. COSTUMER ANA(YSIS
The potential buyers of this product will be coming from the Caloocan City area with a
demographic segmentation as 1-!" age groups in the middle class society that has active
and city lifestyle. The buyers give much consideration to )uality and fashion but still consider
the price and environmental status of the product.
1a-ority of the consumers are environmental friendly, only !.31% of them have
known that bags can be made out from Nata De Coco. 1a-ority of the consumers purchased 1
bag annually. Therefore, a large 8.*8% of the respondents are potential buyers for their
willingness to try the bag made from nata de coco, and they prefer to purchase it on stores.
The probable buyers of the NaDeCo bags are ***,<$2. The computation is shown
below.
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DEMAND : Total Population X Percentage of Willing to Buy
DEMAND : 593!"! X 93#59$
DEMAND : 555%!&
#ORECASTED DEMAND AND #ACTORS CONSIDERED IN 'RE'ARIN& T/E 'RO0ECTION
The current probable buyers of NaDeCo bag is ***,<$2. 0ased on the Census of
/opulation from the National 5tatistics 9ffice, the annual growth rate of Caloocan City is
2.2%.
Ta+"e1. 'ro2e!te) Ann*a" Deman) of NaDeCo 3ag from 14,1 to 14,5
Table below shows the pro'ected demand of (a)e*o bag from &+,& to &+,%#
&raph,. 'ro2e!te) Ann*a" Deman) from 14,1 to 14,5
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YEAR 'RO0ECTED DEMAND
14,1 ***,<$2
14,6 *!!,$8$
14,7 *<$,2!
14,8 *$8,$""
14,9 !"1,*8!
14,5 !1,!2$
IV. COM'ETITOR ANA(YSIS
The market has e(isting competitors that offers the same product function. 0elow is the
list of the ma-or competitors present in the market based on survey conducted to the consumers
with their relative si,es.
Ta+"e6. Comp*te) S*pp"y of the Competitor
Competitor
:Ratio of
Deman)
Ta""y 'er!ent S*pp"y
Tiange ,$"! < 23% ,<8<
5isidlan ,$"! 2$ 1$% 18,1$2
=eartstrings ,$"! 2" 1% 8,$8!
5ecosana ,$"! 1! 11% !,!88
9thers ,$"! ** !% <*,*8
Total ,89 ,44; ,77<=66
Ratio of )eman) to amp"e i>e : #*8,$3$> year' > 1*!
:Ratio of )eman) to amp"e i>e : ,$"!
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S*pp"y ? -atio of demand to sample si.e / Tally / $
V. MAR%ETIN& STRATE&Y
NaDeCo&s strategy is to aggressively develop and market a range of shoulder bag
collection to the consumers. The company intends to market its line as an alternative to e(isting
bag retailers, distributors and manufacturers and differentiate itself through its marketing
strategy, e(clusiveness, and social awareness.
i. 'ro)*!t Ser-i!e Strategy
NaDeCo bags are designed to compete with its top competitors. ?ith the design, price,
and )uality, NaDeCo Co. assures to fulfil the customers& needs. The product is designed to
meet the latest trend in fashion. NaDeCo bags are made carefully fabricated to bring an edge
and glamour to the Nata De Coco. ;ach bag style designed distinctively to provide e(clusivity
to the product. The NaDeCo bags have a competitive price affordable for the middle class
society.
The fact that the product is new to the public, .t will be difficult to compete to the trusted
suppliers that consumers& are accustomed in purchasing.
ii. 'ri!ing Strategy
The /rice of the product is based on the Total /roduction Cost plus the Total
overhead cost divided by the Total /roduct Capacity plus the mark up price which is *"% plus
12% @+T.
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Retai"er
Con*mer
iii. Ditri+*tion Strategy
#ig*re,. Ditri+*tion Channe" in-o"-e in 'ro)*!t Marketing
0igure +" shows this distribution channel of (a)e*o Bags# (a)e*o *o# will have one selling
outlet located as front of the facility# The manufacturer will also be the distributor# )istribution
will involve retailing to 1alls and Tiange within *aloocan area# )irect selling to customers is
the foremost channel distribution#
Direct selling to consumers involves flyers and trained sales people.
Communication and deals with possible retailers will be handled by the 0usiness +ssociates.
There will be a main outlet at the location of the manufacturing office at 1!
0uilding 1! ;dsa 1onumento Caloocan City. 9utlets will be place to department stores and
other bag retailing venues.
i-. A)-ertiing an) 'romotion Strategy
The organi,ation focus on achieving three general goals in advertisingA to
promote awareness of the business and the productB to stimulate sales directly and attract
competitors& customersB and establish or modify the business image. To facilitate the
ob-ectives, the organi,ation will establish a showroom where the products are presented.
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Man*fa!t*rer
5howcasing the range of designs on hand demonstrates samples and originals of saleable
items to consumers and customers.
The company will be participating in several trade shows to display and introduce
the products to potential buyers. + trade show is cost-effective foe e(hibiting the company and
the product and convenient for consumers. The company will also set up a point-of-purchase
displays that enables the marketers to present the products. /oint-of-purchase display is a
marketing material or advertising placed ne(t to the products it is promoting. The items are
usually located at the checkout area or other location where the purchase decision is made.
The company will also provide flyers for the print advertising. The flyers will be used primarily
to promote the product in the form of mass marketing.
The different approaches in advertising and promotions contribute in achieving its
communications ob-ectives.
Ta+"e7. A)-ertiing e@pene
A)-ertiing E@pene
Strategy A*antity Cot per
Strategy
#reB*en!y
per year
Ann*a"
!ot
Trade 5hows Tie-
up
1 trade show !,*""."" 3 2!,""".""
/oint-up-
/urchase Cisting
department
stores
2","""."" 3 $",""".""
7lyers 1""" ."" 3 ,""".""
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'RO0ECTED ADVERTISIN& EX'ENSE
P!"#CT#D $D%#T&'&N( #)P#N'#
*+,- *+,. *+,/ *+,0 *+,1
Advertisin
g Expense
109,000.
00
103,550.
00
98,372.
50
93,453.
88
88,781.
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#ig*re 1. Samp"e
f"yer
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D$# T! 2$#3
Fashina!"e E#$%riend"& 'agsavai"a!"e (
NaDeCo
;legant =and 0ags on =and
D +ffordable pricesA
Come and Visit us @
316 Building 316 Edsa Monumento Caloocan City or
call/text: 418-11-04/091680011
httpA>>www.NaDeCo.Co.ph
httpA>>www.facebook.com>NaDeCo
httpA>>www.twitter.com>NaDeCo
httpA>>www.multiply.com>NaDeCo
VI. Deman) Ana"yi
The ma-or consumers of the product are the people whose age belongs to 1-!". The
table below shows the willingness of the market to purchase our bag #demand' based on the
survey conducted.
'er!entage Deman)
89) 528,525
:population of *2344*2( *5T67 593!"!
Ta+"e 8. Are yo* Ci""ing to +*y a +ag ma)e *p of Nata De Co!oD
EF;5T.9N G;5 N9
12. +re you willing to buy a bag
made up of Nata De CocoH
,6= ,5
#ig*re 6. Are yo* Ci""ing to +*y a +ag ma)e *p of Nata De Co!oD
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0igure +3 shows the willingness of the market to purchase our product that implies for
potential customers who wants our product
Ta+"e9. 'ro2e!te) Deman)
P*+,E-.E/ /E0A1/
14,1 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
*2$,*2* *3",11 **2,!" *!3,!<$ *<<,2<" *8",13
Ipro'ected demand computed based on the growth rate &#&3$
VII. S*pp"y Ana"yi
9ur main competitor under the industry of +pparel 1anufacturing, are =earstrings .nc. and
5ecosana bags. Those companies produce one of the most prominent hand bags in the
industry. =eartstrings bags, a well J known brand which mostly purchased by the consumers
and it is also the leading brand based from the respondent.
7or this strong competition around this industry, a need to uphold a new kind of
product through more effective marketing strategies must rise. Demand of the target market is
one of the factors to be considered in taking its production capacity.
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Ta+"e5. CompetitorE S*pp"y
Competitor
:Ratio of
Deman)
Ta""y 'er!ent S*pp"y
Tiange ,$"! < 23% ,<8<
5isidlan ,$"! 2$ 1$% 18,1$2
=eartstrings ,$"! 2" 1% 8,$8!
5ecosana ,$"! 1! 11% !,!88
9thers ,$"! ** !% <*,*8
Total ,89 ,44; ,77<=66
Ratio of )eman) to amp"e i>e : #*8,$3$> year' > 1*!
:Ratio of )eman) to amp"e i>e : ,$"!
S*pp"y ? -atio of demand to sample si.e / Tally / $
Ta+"eF. 'ro2e!te) S*pp"y
14,1 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
133,8 13$,1!* 1*1,3!8 1*3,$3* 1*$,"" 1!1,$"
:The proponents pro'ected that the annual supply of competitors are increasing &#&3$
annually based on the rate of increase of pro'ected demand#
VIII. Deman) &ap Ana"yi
The demand gap analysis table below shows that there is high and continuous increase of
demand gap. .t means there is lot of opportunity waits for our product.
Ta+"e=. Deman) &ap
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Tota" Deman) Tota"
S*pp"y
&ap
*2$,*2* 133,8 $,*82
Ta+"e,4. 'ro2e!te) Deman) &ap
P*+,E-.E/ /E0A1/ 2AP
Year Tota" Deman) S*pp"y &ap
2"12 *2$,*2* 133,8 $,*82
2"1 *3",11 13$,1!* 82,13!
2"13 **2,!" 1*1,3!8 3"",$81
2"1* *!3,!<$ 1*3,$3< 3"8,$1
2"1! *<<,2<" 1*$,"" 31$,8<"
2"1< *8",13 1!1,$" 32$,1
IX. Market Share
COM'UTATION #OR MAR%ET S/ARE
1+6K;T 5=+6; % : /C+NT C+/+C.TG L $"%
D;1+ND
: 2*,33 ( $"%
*2$,*2*
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: "."$3 (1""
: .$3%
The Company would have a market share of .$3% of the demand gap and will
increase its production by *% annually.
Ta+"e,,. Market Share
'RO0ECTED MAR%ET S/ARE
14,1 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
13,<" 1*,"*$ 1*,83 1*,<$ 1!,"$$ 1!,33<
The e(isting demand gap confirms that there is an opportunity for suppliers in the
market. Demand gaps show potential consumers that will avail the product. The customers in
which ma-ority are eco-conscious will be enthusiastic with the eco-bag for it promotes the
same social awareness to its market. The distinctiveness of the bag will fill the considerations
of the customers based from their own basis for purchasing shoulder bags.
X. MAR%ETIN& ASSUM'TIONS
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5ales volume increases by 2.2% annually
5ales are on cash basis.
/romotional and advertising e(pense is forecasted to decrease * every year.
MANA&EMENT AS'ECT
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I. COM'ANY 'RO#I(E
Name of the Company
The name of the company is NaDeCO Co. based on the initials of the main raw material
of the bag which is NataDe Coco. The company also gives importance in producing bags
made up of eco-friendly materials, as well as promoting eco-consciousness to the society.
#ig*re 7. Company (ogo
The Company (ogo
The color white emphasi,es the aspiration of the company to promote eco-
consciousness as well as the color of the primary raw material which is Nate De Coco. ?e
prefer a simpler logo so that we can put it in our product.
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Miion
.t is the company&s mission to create a creative product that promotes eco-
consciousness to the society and also to provide )uality bags to people.
Viion
The company envisions itself to be known as producers of )uality, affordable and eco-
friendly stylish 7ilipino-made bags.
Company O+2e!ti-e
To sustain good relationship towards every employees
To provide )uality products after every production
To promote goodwill to the community and nature by using natural materials to help
save the environment.
To maintain total customer satisfaction.
To give credit to the manufactures of Nata De Coco.
9ffers product that meet the customer&s desire and e(pectations.
To provide fashionable bags at a reasonable cost.
II. TY'E O# 3USINESS OR&ANIGATION
&ENERA( 'ARTNERS/I'
+ partnership consists of two or more persons who bind themselves to contribute money or
industry to a common fund, with the intention of dividing the profits among themselves. +
partnership is a form of business in which two or more people operate for the common goal of
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making profit. ;ach partner has total and unlimited personal liability of the debts incurred by
the partnership.
There are three typical classifications of partnershipsA general partnerships, limited
partnerships, and limited liability partnerships.
In genera" partnerhip, the partners have unlimited liability for the debts and obligation of
the partnership, pretty much like a sole proprietorship.
III. CA'ITA(IGATION
NaDeCoCo&s sourcing or initial capital would be done through e)uality participation of the
management partners. The initial capital is provided through the savings of the partners.
Ta+"e ,1. Capita" Contri+*tion Comp*tation
T9T+C /69M;CT C95T

're$Operating E@pene
#i@e) Aet.
/lant ;)uipment 2!2,8<2.""
9ffice ;)uipment 1$1,3*2."1
9ffice 7urniture 1"!,1*!.38
7illing Cabinet 1,<<.""
6enovation *3,8"".""
TOTA( 'hp =49<F85.84

@ariable +ssetA #7actory 9verhead mons.'
5alaries $$3,33$.""
6ent 1*,""".""
5upplies $!,3"!.""
+dvertising 2<,2*".""
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Tota" AH Tota" 3
: 8"!,$*<.*" N 1,1,1"3.""
2,"8,8!1.*"

Tota" ?1<,44<444
Ta+"e ,6. Capita" Comp*tation
The table illustrates the partners& contribution for the pro-ect. ;ach partner will contribute
*%, *%, and "% respectively and the total capital would be 1<,44<444.44. 4
34. OR&ANIGIN& T/E 'ARTNERS/I'
0efore the business establish, the following re)uirements are needed to be
accomplishedA
Ta+"e ,7. 3*ine ReB*irement
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'ARTNERS 'ERCENTA&E CA'ITA( CONTRI3UTION
A!ha< Mary Ann 0.
68; 568<444.44 4
'a*"ino< 0enie"yn #.
64; 964<444.44 4
Ramo< Rheena D.
68; 568<444.44 4
,44; 1<,44<444.44 4
Ta+"e,8. MayorE 'ermit an) (i!ene to Operate #ee
Mayors Permit and License to Operate Fees
/ermit and Cicense to 9perate 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
0usiness Ta( 3*" 3*" 3*" 3*" 3*"
ShoCroom 1,""" 1,""" 1,""" 1,""" 1,"""
9ther Ta(
En-ironmenta" Inpe!tion 3""."" 3""."" 3""."" 3""."" 3"".""
E"e!tri!a" Inpe!tion #ee 2""."" 2""."" 2""."" 2""."" 2"".""
'"*m+ing Inpe!tion #ee 1,"3"."" 1,"3"."" 1,"3"."" 1,"3"."" 1,"3".""
#ire Inpe!tion #ee 1,3""."" 1,3""."" 1,3""."" 1,3""."" 1,3"".""
'erona"IO!!*pationa" Ta@J 2""."" 2""."" 2""."" 2""."" 2"".""
0usiness Clearance ""."" ""."" ""."" ""."" "".""
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Ta+"e,9. 3*ine an) (i!ene 'ermit
3*ine an) (i!ene 'ermit
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Business Requirements
ReB*irement Nee)e) Certifi!ate to A!B*ire Agen!y
+rticles of /artnership,
7illed-up 5;C
6egistration 7orm
Certificate of /artnership
SEC
5ecurity and ;(change Commission
#i""e)$*p DTI
App"i!ation #orm
Certificate of 6egistration
of 0usiness Name
DTI
Department of Trade and .ndustry
Certificate of 6egistration
of 0usiness Name
1ayor&s /ermit #ac)uired
yearly'
Cicense to 9perate
#ac)uired yearly'
Ca"oo!an City /a""
SEC Certifi!ate of
Arti!"e of Co$
'artnerhip
0.6 6egistration Number
/artnership&s Ta(
.dentification Number
#T.N'
3IR
0ureau of .nternal 6evenue
2"1 2"13 2"1* 2"1! 2"1<
SEC Certifi!ate of
'artnerhip
*,"""."" *,"""."" *,"""."" *,"""."" *,""".""
SEC Regitration ,"""."" ,"""."" ,"""."" ,"""."" ,""".""
DTI Certifi!ate of
3*ine
Regitration
Name
*1*."" *1*."" *1*."" *1*."" *1*.""
3IR Regitration
N*m+er
'artnerhipK Ta@
I)entifi!ation
N*m+er ITINJ
*"."" *"."" *"."" *"."" *".""
MayorK 'ermit
an) (i!ene to
Operate
3,88"."" 3,88"."" 3,88"."" 3,88"."" 3,88".""
TOTA(
EX'ENSES
13,"*."" 13,"*."" 13,"*."" 13,"*."" 13,"*.""
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V. OR&ANIGATIONA( C/ART
NaDeCo Co.
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VI. 0O3 DESCRI'TION AND AUA(I#ICATION
+ 2o+ )e!ription is a list that a person might use for general tasks, or functions,
and responsibilities of a position. .t may often include to whom the position reports,
specifications such as the )ualifications or skills needed by the person in the -ob, or
a salary range.
&ENERA( MANA&ER
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D*tie An) Reponi+i"itie. %noC"e)ge< Ski"" an) A+i"itie ReB*ire).
1. Develop, refine and fine-tune effective
methods or tools for selection > or provide
e(ternal consultants to ensure the right
people with the desired level of
competence are brought into the
organi,ation or are promoted.
2. /repare information and input for the salary
budgets. ;nsure compliance to the
approved salary budgetB give focus on pay
for performance and salary benchmarks
where
available. ;nsure adherence to corporate
guideline on salary ad-ustments and
promotions. Coordinate
increments and promotions of all staff.
3. To recommend and ensure implementation
of 5trategic directions for people
development within the organi,ation.
4. +dminister all employee benefit programs
with con-unction with the 7inance and
+dministration department.
5. /rovide counsel and assistance to
employees at all levels in accordance with
the
companyOs policies and procedures as well
as relevant legislation.
6. Co-ordinate the design, implementation
and administration of human resource
policies and activities to ensure the
availability and effective utili,ation of
human resources for meeting
the companyOs ob-ectives.
7. Counseling and 4uidance cell - provide
support to 1anagers in case of
disciplinary issues.
8. 1aintains 2"1 files
9. /rovides over-all training, assessment, and
distribution of work assignments and
resolves daily employees& problems and
issues.
10.0udget planning, as well as coordinating all
business activities.
11.Driving sales and profits, and controlling
costs.
12.1anpower allocation, labor cut.
13.+ssuring proper procedures in
5alary computation and personality and
performance assessment for employee
promotion.
/rogram planning, development,
implementation, and leadership skills.
Knowledge of faculty and>or staff hiring
procedures.
Ceadership )ualities, above average logical
and analytical thinking.
5trong interpersonal skills and the ability to
effectively communicate with a wide range of
individuals.
+bility to promote a cooperative work
environment.
+dvance analytical and critical thinking skills
in gathering and analy,ing data and
generating reports.
Knowledgeable of company procedures in
operations, staff hiring and firing, etc.
+ccounting
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departments>retail stores at all times.
14.9versees the selection, recruiting, and
hiring of talented employees at all levels,
including assistant managers and hourly
employees, as well as disciplining and
firing them if necessary.
15..mplement various marketing or advertising
strategies such as direct mail, radio
advertising, or coupon programs.
MAR%ETIN& SU'ERVISOR
D*tie An) Reponi+i"itie. %noC"e)ge< Ski"" an) A+i"itie ReB*ire).
1. 6esponsible for product development, and
product distribution.
2. +naly,ing current sales figures and forecasting
pro-ected numbers to implement effective
marketing and sales strategies.
. 6esponsible for identifying the companyOs
target demographic and analy,ing consumer
re)uirements while researching competitor
assets and market share.
3. Take financial ob-ectives, available capital and
budget preparation into consideration when
forecasting potential returns.
*. ;stablish pricing strategies
5trong communication, business management
and administrative skills
+nalytical thinking for marketing and
advertising strategies, sales and forecasting
demands.
/ro-ect management
6ecogni,e results, such as increased sales or
measured brand awareness.
5trategically thinking for marketing plan.
5trong interpersonal skills to properly
communicate with current and prospect clients
as for maintaining client relationship.
'RODUCTION SU'ERVISOR
D*tie An) Reponi+i"itie. %noC"e)ge< Ski"" an) A+i"itie ReB*ire).
1. 6eport pro-ect&s progress
2. /lanning and implementation of production
schedules, estimate costs and e(amine
production ideas.
. .n-charge of policies enforcement, ensuring
that insurance, health and safety rules are
followed.
3. 9versees the daily operation.
*. .n-charge of simple machine troubleshooting.
Fnderstand all production process.
should have accounting and budget
management e(perience
1ulti-tasking, problem-solving and negotiation
skills.
5trong communication, business management
and administrative skills
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AUA(ITY CONTRO( S'ECIA(IST
D*tie An) Reponi+i"itie. A*a"ifi!ation.
1. =elps formulate )uality procedures
2. 1aintains company )uality inspection programs
. ;stablish testing procedures
3. responsible for )uality control setups for
machine parts inspections, development of
)uality control procedures, controlling the
inspection of )uality tools and e)uipment,
training inspectors and machine operators,
maintenance and development of the .59 8""1
Euality 5ystem, maintaining data for vendors,
employees and customers, and reporting
production issues to the vice president or
president of a company.
*. utili,e statistical )uality control measures with
computer programs
!. 5upport communication between
plant>production supervisors and managers.
<. 6eceive reports of issues and successes that
occur as plant operations are closely monitored.
strong communication, business management
and administrative skills
Cicense chemical engineer
+t least two years e(perience in chemical
industry.
5+C;5 /;659N
Duties and 6esponsibilitiesA Knowledge, 5kills and +bilities 6e)uiredA
1' Describe and product and demonstrate its use and
features.
2' 5how various designs and colors, and e(plain the
features of various designs.
' /rovide information about the product and the
types of options and promos the company is
offering.
3' 1onitor and report on sales activities.
*' Euality checks on product.
!' ;nsure customer service satisfaction and good
client relationships.
<' 1aintain sales and promotional materials.
Tact and patience to deal with difficult
customers.
+n interest in sales work.
+ neat appearance.
The ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
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SECURITY 'ERSONNE(
D*tie An) Reponi+i"itie. %noC"e)ge< Ski"" an) A+i"itie ReB*ire).
1. 1ain duty of a security guard is to protect the
people and property of the company.
2. +ttempt to prevent incidents before they occur.
. /atrol the grounds of a property and observe
anything that looks out of the ordinary.
3. 6esponsibility of inspecting people, and their
property at the gate to look for contraband or
illegal ob-ects.
*. Check the credentials of those attempting to
enter the company.
!. Keep records of who enters and e(its a facility
and provide them with visitor badges>passes.
<. Take an inventory of products that are brought
into the facility.
$. 1ay also need to take an inventory of
merchandise at the beginning and end of their
shift to ensure that nothing has been stolen.
8. +nswer telephone calls to take message,
answer )uestions, and provide information
during non-business hours or when
switchboard is closed.
1". ?arn persons of rule infractions or violations,
and apprehend or evict violators from
premises, using force when necessary.
Has a law enforcement background.
+bility to actively listen and give full attention
to what other people are saying, taking time to
understand the points being made.
+bility to effectively speak to others to convey
information.
+bility to think using logic and reasoning to
identify the strengths and weaknesses of
alternative solutions, conclusions or
approaches to problems.
Knowledge of relevant e)uipments, policies,
procedures, and strategies to promote
effective security operations for the protection
of employees, customers, data, and
properties.
/69DFCT.9N ?96K;65
Duties and 6esponsibilitiesA Knowledge, 5kills and +bilities 6e)uiredA
1' 6esponsible for knowing and adhering to all
safety guidelines with regard to company policies
and legal regulations. This may include the
wearing of protective eyewear or special clothing.
2' +ctively checks for faulty material or components.
This individual either repairs or discards those
that are found.
' 6esponsible for knowing and adhering to all
safety guidelines with regard to company policies
and legal regulations.
.
=ardworking
Can work with minimal supervision.
?illing to work overtime if necessary.
Knowledgeable in tools and materials
needed for soap-making.
+t least high school graduate.
D6.@;6
Duties and 6esponsibilitiesA Knowledge, 5kills and +bilities 6e)uiredA
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1' +ssures the good condition of delivery vehicle
and report troubles e(perienced.
2' Deliver products in the right time, right location,
and in good condition.
' . /repare, sign and submit delivery receipts.
=ardworking
Can work with minimal supervision.
+t least high school graduate.
/rofessional driver with Driver&s license.
7amiliar with places in Caloocan City,
Eue,on City, 0ulacan City, /arana)ue,
6i,al.
VI., MANA&EMENT 'O(ICIES AND 'ROCEDURE
A. /iring 'o"i!y
.nterviews by the employment manager or the hiring manager must be structured to
determine whether or not the applicantOs knowledge, skills and e(perience #competencies' are
a good match for the open position. .n addition, applicants must be interviewed to assess the
7aith and 1ission match of the applicant prior to making an offer of employment. They should
be people with drive, learning ability and enthusiasm. They shall be placed in position based
on their skills and competencies and developed for a career in CN9 Company through
continuous training, development, and career management.
1. 6e)uisition for /ersonnel
2. 5ourcing of +pplicants and +pplication =andling
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FT.C.TG /;659NN;C>1+.NT;N+C;
Duties and 6esponsibilitiesA Knowledge, 5kills and +bilities 6e)uiredA
1' 1aintains the sanitation of different areas of the
company.
2' /erforms regular check-up of furniture and
fi(tures within the vicinity.
' 6esponsible for maintaining the cleanliness and
orderliness of the compound.
3' 6esponsible for troubleshooting of machines
and electrical e)uipment.
*' /erforms regular check-up of machineries in
the production.
=ardworking
Can work with minimal supervision.
?illing to work overtime if necessary.
Technical skills with electrical and
mechanical elements, and lighting.
Technical skills with rigging, and
e)uipment transportation.
=6D post advertisement for the awareness of the people.
=6D shall seek applicants from both within and outside the Company to obtain the best
)ualified candidates for each -ob opening or vacancy.
. .nitial 5creening
The applicant&s resume>bio-data shall be the first basis for assessing the )ualifications
of the applicants. +pplicants shall be re)uired to satisfy the employee )ualifications.
3. .n-depth and 7inal .nterview
+fter the initial screening, all )ualified applicants are scheduled for their final interview.
*. /re-;mployment and 1edical ;(amination
+ll )ualified and selected applicants for hiring shall undergo pre-employment medical
e(amination and must submit the following pre-employment re)uirementsA
#orma" E)*!ation Do!*ment
Certified True Copy of complete Transcript of 6ecords #T96'
Certified True Copy of Diploma
'eronne" ReB*irement
2(2 and 1(1 .D pictures #2 copies each si,e'
/hotocopy of 0irth Certificate
/olice>N0. Clearance
Certification from /revious ;mployer>s and Clearance #.f any'
1edical Certificate
&o-ernment Re!or)
555 No. or 555 .D #photocopy'
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Ta( .dentification No. #T.N' .D
N0. clearance
/hilippine =ealth .nsurance #/hil health' No. and .D #photocopy'
/+4-.0.4 1ember&s Data 7orm #photocopy'
3. Stan)ar) Operating 'ro!e)*re
The policies and procedure will be the business 5tandard 9perating /rocedure which is
intended to provide general guidance.
1. Prescribed Attire and ni!orm
?earing of updated Company .dentification Card #.D' is part of the prescribed uniform.
1aintain a neat, well-groomed, and professional appearance
7or men J Fniform
7or women J Fniform
?earing of 5C.//;65 .5 N9T +CC9?;D in the 9ffice>/lant.
". #ood $ouse%eepin&
/ractice of *s /hilosophy is .mplemented every time.
'. (a!ety
The company believes in maintaining safe and healthy working conditions for our
employees. =owever, to achieve our goal of providing a safe workplace, each employee
must be safety conscious. ?e have established the following policies and procedures
that allow us to provide safe and healthy working conditions. ?e e(pect each employee
to follow these policies and procedures, to act safely.
1aintaining a safe worksite. ?e e(pect employees to establish and maintain a
safe worksite.
8sing 9afety :;uipment. ?here needed, the company provides its employees
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with appropriate safety e)uipment and devices. They are re)uired to use the
e)uipment provided in the manner designated as proper and safe.
-eporting an in'ury and unsafe condition or practices# ;mployees are re)uired to
report any in-ury, accident, or safety ha,ard immediately to their management.
;mployees are e(pected to continually be on the lookout for unsafe working
conditions or practices. .f you observe an unsafe condition, you should warn
others, if possible, and report that condition to the management immediately.
<a.ard *ommunication. .f you believe that you are dealing with a ha,ardous
material and lack the appropriate information and>or safety e)uipment, contact
your supervisor immediately.
3. Personne) are not a))o*ed to carry !irearms+ deadly weapons and alcoholic
beverages inside the company.
*. No smo%in& is to be implemented inside the company premises or in other areas
dealing principally with currency or records or in such areas which may be harmful to
one&s health, or safety of company, property and personnel.
!. Emp)oyees t,at dont )o& in or )o& out+ hereof but are present shall be considered
absent for the day. This shall be automatically deducted from the employees pay and
corresponding disciplinary action shall be imposed.
<. E-eryone is e.pected to be bac% at *or% immediately after having a break.
C. Co)e of Con)*!t for Emp"oyee
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'*n!t*a"ity an) Tar)ine
1. 0eing punctual reflects individual attitude and will highly affect the employees&
performance.
2. ;mployees are re)uired to be at their place of work always and will be performing their
tasks at the start of business hours.
. =abitual tardiness has disrupted and detrimental effect on the morale of punctual
employees. Disciplinary action shall be taken against an employee who is guilty of
habitual and e(cessive tardiness.
'erona" Appearan!e
;very employee is e(pected to maintain a neat appearance, presentable attitude
appropriate to his -ob assignment. ;mployees must wear proper uniform and personal
protective e)uipment if needed.
'erona" Con)*!t
1. +ll employees are e(pected to act properly and professionally within the company
premises accommodate the )uality of product with courtesy and consideration.
2. The company shall encourage its employees to foster friendship among them but
this should not in the way distract them or their co-employees in their work.
;veryone is e(pected to conduct himself at all times in manner that will be credit to him and
the company.
VI.1 SA#ETY SU''(Y %IT
0e ready for the potential emergency inside the company most especially in production area.
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VII.
ADM
INISTRATIVE EX'ENSE
LorkingMOperating /o*r
=The Proponents assumed that the workers will work > times a week and ! hours a day#
Workers will not work during <olidays#
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5+7;TG K.T
alcohol
amonia
band aid
betadine
0/. +neroid sphygmomanometer
0/. 5tethoscope
clean gloves
cotton ball
elastic bandage 2(* 1pc.
first aid bag 1pc.
gau,e roll 1pc.
gau,e sterile 3 ( 3
hydrogen pero(ide
instr. surgical scissor
instr. thumb forcep
mask disposable
med. +mo(icilin
med. 1efenamic
med. /aracetamol
tape 1>2
triagular bandage
?orking>9perating =ours
0o+ De!ription
No. of
Emp"oyee
Operating
/r.
Tota"
/r.MDay
Operating
Day a
Ceek
Lorking
DayMYear
Tota" Lorking
/o*r IAnn*a""yJ
Operating /o*r

0o+ De!ription

&enera" Manager 1 $A""-*A"" $ ! 2<"
2,1!"
S*per-ior ! $A""-*A"" $ ! 2<"
1",$""
AC Spe!ia"it 1 $A""-*A"" $ ! 2<"
2,1!"
CahierMSa"e
!reC
1 $A""-*A"" $ ! 2<"
2,1!"
Dri-er 2 $A""-*A"" $ ! 2<"
3,2"
Se!*rity
peronne"
2 $A""-*A"" $ ! 2<"
3,2"
Uti"itie peronne" 2 $A""-*A"" $ ! 2<"
3,2"
'ro)*!tion
Lorker
< $A""-*A"" $ ! 2<"
1*,12"
VIII. SA(ARY COM'UTATION
Ta+"e ,5. &ro 'ay Comp*tation 14,6
14,6

No. of
emp"oyee
Dai"y pay
Month"y
pay
Tota"
a"aryMyear
I154 )ayJ
,6th Month
'ay
&ro 'ay
Dire!t (a+or
/roduction ?orker < ,122."" <3,82$."" $32,83"."" <3,82$."" 81<,$!$.""
/roduction 5upervisor 1 <1* 1<,1!"."" 18,"*"."" 1<,1!"."" 21",21".""

Euality Control
5pecialist 1 <1* 1<,1!"."" 18,"*"."" 1<,1!"."" 21",21".""
,<66F<1FF.44
In)ire!t
(a+or
Cashier>5ales crew 1 33! 1",<"3."" 12",32"."" 1",<"3."" 11,123.""
Driver 2 $82 21,3"$."" 23",$3"."" 21,3"$."" 2!2,23$.""
5ecurity personnel 2 $82 21,3"$."" 23",$3"."" 21,3"$."" 2!2,23$.""
Ftility personnel 2 $82 21,3"$."" 23",$3"."" 21,3"$."" 2!2,23$.""
=,5<F9F.44
Management
4eneral 1anager 1 1,<*"."" 32,"""."" 3<2,*""."" 32,"""."" *13,*"".""
5upervisors * ,*<*."" $*,$""."" 8!*,2*"."" $*,$""."" 1,"*1,"*".""
,<898<884.44
6<F1,<549.44
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Ta+"e ,F. &ro 'ay Comp*tation 14,7
2"13

No. of
emp"oyee
Dai"y pay
Month"y
pay
Tota"
a"aryMyear
I154 )ayJ
,6th Month
'ay
&ro 'ay
Dire!t (a+or
/roduction ?orker < ,21*.!! <<,1<*.$3 $!$,22$.2" <<,1<*.$3 83*,3"3."3
/roduction 5upervisor 1 <!.3* 1<,!<3.$" 18$,$31.*" 1<,!<3.$" 21!,*1!."

Euality Control
5pecialist 1 <!.3* 1<,!<3.$" 18$,$31.*" 1<,!<3.$" 21!,*1!."
,<65F<769.97
In)ire!t (a+or
Cashier>5ales crew 1 3*8.$ 11,"2*.12 123,"2.!" 11,"2*.12 1*,"*<.<2
Driver 2 81$.<! 22,"*".23 23$,"!*.2" 22,"*".23 2<",11*.33
5ecurity personnel 2 81$.<! 22,"*".23 23$,"!*.2" 22,"*".23 2<",11*.33
Ftility personnel 2 81$.<! 22,"*".23 23$,"!*.2" 22,"*".23 2<",11*.33
=78<747.47
Management
4eneral 1anager 1 1,$"2.*" 3,2!"."" 3$!,!<*."" 3,2!"."" *28,8*.""
5upervisors * ,!$2.2! $$,<3.18 883,2"8.!! $$,<3.18 1,"$2,*$.$*
,<9,1<8,F.F8
6<=69<68=.86
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Ta+"e ,=. &ro 'ay Comp*tation 14,8
2"1*

No. of
emp"oyee
Dai"y pay
Month"y
pay
Tota"
a"aryMyear
I154 )ayJ
,6th
Month 'ay
&ro 'ay
Dire!t (a+or
/roduction ?orker < ,12.1 <8,381.12 $83,2<*."* <8,381.12 8<,<!!.1!

/roduction
5upervisor 1 <*$.*3 1$,2"*."3 2"3,$"!.<* 1$,2"*."3 22,"11.<8

Euality Control
5pecialist 1 <*$.*3 1$,2"*."3 2"3,$"!.<* 1$,2"*."3 22,"11.<8
,<7,=<5F=.57
In)ire!t (a+or
Cashier>5ales crew 1 3<.1! 11,**.$< 12<,<*.*$ 11,**.$< 18,1"8.3*
Driver 2 83!.2 22,<11.<* 2**,*"<.1! 22,<11.<* 2<$,21$.8"
5ecurity personnel 2 83!.2 22,<11.<* 2**,*"<.1! 22,<11.<* 2<$,21$.8"
Ftility personnel 2 83!.2 22,<11.<* 2**,*"<.1! 22,<11.<* 2<$,21$.8"
=56<599.,9
Management
4eneral 1anager 1 1,$*!.*$ 33,**<.$" *"1,2<*.2* 33,**<.$" *3*,$."*
5upervisors * ,<82.<1 81,"2*."3 1,"23,"1.<" 81,"2*."3 1,11*,"*!.<3
,<994<FF=.5=
7<487<778.9=
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Ta+"e14. &ro 'ay Comp*tation 14,9
2"1!

No. of
emp"oyee
Dai"y pay
Month"y
pay
Tota"
a"aryMyear
I154 )ayJ
,6th Month
'ay
&ro 'ay
Dire!t (a+or
/roduction ?orker < ,311.38 $1,$<*.$* 821,1"." $1,$<*.$* 1,""2,8<8.1*
/roduction 5upervisor 1 <$1. 1$,<*1.2" 21",8*".8* 1$,<*1.2" 228,<"2.13

Euality Control
5pecialist 1 <$1. 1$,<*1.2" 21",8*".8* 1$,<*1.2" 228,<"2.13
,<791<6F6.76
In)ire!t
(a+or
Cashier>5ales crew 1 3$<.! 11,!8!.** 11,*$!.18 11,!8!.** 13,2$2.<3
Driver 2 8<3.<1 2,8.1" 2!,1<2.< 2,8.1" 2$!,*!*.3<
5ecurity personnel 2 8<3.<1 2,8.1" 2!,1<2.< 2,8.1" 2$!,*!*.3<
Ftility personnel 2 8<3.<1 2,8.1" 2!,1<2.< 2,8.1" 2$!,*!*.3<
,<441<=5=.,8
Management
4eneral 1anager 1 1,812.2< 3*,$83.* *1!,1.*1 3*,$83.* *!2,2"$."3
5upervisors * ,8"!.*" 8,<*!."" 1,"*3,<**."" 8,<*!."" 1,13$,*11.""
,<5,4<5,=.47
7<,59<4F,.91
Ta+"e 1,. &ro 'ay Comp*tation 14,5
2"1<
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No. of
emp"oyee
Dai"y pay
Month"y
pay
Tota"
a"aryMyear
I154 )ayJ
,6th Month
'ay
&ro 'ay
Dire!t (a+or
/roduction ?orker < ,*1.$3 $3,2.12 83$,<!.3" $3,2.12 1,","!$.*2
/roduction 5upervisor 1 $"3.<3 18,1.< 21<,2<8.3$ 18,1.< 2!,*8.21

Euality Control
5pecialist 1 $"3.<3 18,1.< 21<,2<8.3$ 18,1.< 2!,*8.21
,<849<187.=6
In)ire!t
(a+or
Cashier>5ales crew 1 *"1.8$ 12,"3<.3* 1*,*.<< 12,"3<.3* 13<,*$1.22
Driver 2 1,"".8* 23,"83.$8 2<1,"!<.*3 23,"83.$8 28*,1!2.3
5ecurity personnel 2 1,"".8* 23,"83.$8 2<1,"!<.*3 23,"83.$8 28*,1!2.3
Ftility personnel 2 1,"".8* 23,"83.$8 2<1,"!<.*3 23,"83.$8 28*,1!2.3
,<466<49F.81
Management
4eneral 1anager 1 1,8!8.!3 3<,2<1.< *1,$"2.81 3<,2<1.< *<8,"<3.2$
5upervisors * 3,"2.<" 8!,*!$.$" 1,"$!,88."" 8!,*!$.$" 1,1$2,8!<.$"
,<591<471.4F
7<64,<698.86
IX. SA(ARY DEDUCTIONS
555
0o+ De!ription
No. of
Emp"oyee
Year
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
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DIRECT (A3OR
/roduction ?orker < 8,321.2" 8,321.2" 8,321.2" 32,83.$" 32,83.$"
/roduction 5upervisor 1 *,!1.!" *,!1.!" *,!1.!" !,"*!.3" !,"*!.3"
Euality Control 5pecialist 1 *,!1.!" *,!1.!" *,!1.!" !,"*!.3" !,"*!.3"
INDIRECT (A3OR
Cashier>5ales crew 1 *,!1.!" *,!1.!" *,!1.!" !,"*!.3" !,"*!.3"
Driver 2 11,2!.2" 11,2!.2" 11,2!.2" 12,112.$" 12,112.$"
5ecurity personnel 2 11,2!.2" 11,2!.2" 11,2!.2" 12,112.$" 12,112.$"
Ftility personnel 2 11,2!.2" 11,2!.2" 11,2!.2" 12,112.$" 12,112.$"
MANA&EMENT
4eneral 1anager 1 1,"$"."" 1,"$"."" 1,"$"."" 1,"$"."" 1,"$".""
5upervisors * 2$,1*$."" 2$,1*$."" 2$,1*$."" ",2$2."" ",2$2.""
TOTA( 11 ,6,<676.94 ,6,<676.94 ,6,<676.94 ,74<197.74 ,74<197.74
/hil=ealth
0o+ De!ription
No. of
Emp"oyee
Year
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
DIRECT (A3OR
/roduction ?orker < <,*"."" <,*"."" <,*"."" <,*"."" <,*".""
/roduction 5upervisor 1 2,<""."" 2,<""."" 2,<""."" ,"""."" ,""".""
Euality Control 5pecialist 1 2,<""."" 2,<""."" 2,<""."" ,"""."" ,""".""
INDIRECT (A3OR
Cashier>5ales crew 1 2,<""."" 2,<""."" 2,<""."" ,"""."" ,""".""
Driver 2 *,3""."" *,3""."" *,3""."" *,3""."" *,3"".""
5ecurity personnel 2 *,3""."" *,3""."" *,3""."" *,3""."" *,3"".""
Ftility personnel 2 *,3""."" *,3""."" *,3""."" *,3""."" *,3"".""
MANA&EMENT
4eneral 1anager 1 3,2""."" 3,2""."" 3,2""."" 3,*"."" 3,*".""
5upervisors * 1,*""."" 1,*""."" 1,*""."" 1*,"""."" 1*,""".""
TOTA( 11 7=<684.44 7=<684.44 7=<684.44 8,<=44.44 8,<=44.44
/ag-ibig
0o+ De!ription
No. of
Emp"oyee
Year
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
DIRECT (A3OR
/roduction ?orker < 3,2""."" 3,2""."" 3,2""."" 3,2""."" 3,2"".""
/roduction 5upervisor 1 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2"".""
Euality Control 1 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2"".""
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5pecialist
INDIRECT (A3OR
Cashier>5ales crew 1 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2"".""
Driver 2 2,3""."" 2,3""."" 2,3""."" 2,3""."" 2,3"".""
5ecurity personnel 2 2,3""."" 2,3""."" 2,3""."" 2,3""."" 2,3"".""
Ftility personnel 2 2,3""."" 2,3""."" 2,3""."" 2,3""."" 2,3"".""
MANA&EMENT
4eneral 1anager 1 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2""."" 1,2"".""
5upervisors * !,"""."" !,"""."" !,"""."" !,"""."" !,""".""
TOTA( 11 11<144.44 11<144.44 11<144.44 11<144.44 11<144.44
LIT/ho")ing ta@
0o+ De!ription
No. of
Emp"oyee
Year
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
DIRECT (A3OR
/roduction ?orker < <1,2!.82 <!,<21.3" <$,81$.$3 $3,*<.!" 8",1.82
/roduction 5upervisor 1 2!,3$1."" 2$,"2*.3" 28,!1!.12 ",*3.!" 2,"1*.1!
Euality Control
5pecialist 1 2!,3$1."" 2$,"2*.3" 28,!1!.12 ",*3.!" 2,"1*.1!
INDIRECT (A3OR
Cashier>5ales crew 1 1",1$8.*! 1",8!".2" 11,2<3.12 12,"<!.$" 12,8"3.*!
Driver 2 2",<8.12 21,82".3" 22,*3$.23 23,1*.!" 2*,$"8.12
5ecurity personnel 2 2",<8.12 21,82".3" 22,*3$.23 23,1*.!" 2*,$"8.12
Ftility personnel 2 2",<8.12 21,82".3" 22,*3$.23 23,1*.!" 2*,$"8.12
MANA&EMENT
4eneral 1anager 1 111,2""."3 11*,<!."3 12",3"$.12 12*,2!.2 1",*2.3"
5upervisors * 12,3"*."" 13",12<."" 13$,"$".!" 1*1,<<."" 1!","<*.$"
TOTA( 11 76=<114.FF 798<689.97 7F8<88F.97 849<5=6.51 868<1=6.69
Ta@a+"e In!ome
0o+ De!ription
No. of
Emp"oyee
Year
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
DIRECT (A3OR
/roduction ?orker < 2,8*!.$" 2!,2"3.!3 2<,118.$8 2!,3$8."* 2$,8"2."8
/roduction 5upervisor 1 <,!2$.3" $,13.2" $,!<.33 $,183.<8 $,<3$.
Euality Control
5pecialist 1 <,!2$.3" $,13.2" $,!<.33 $,183.<8 $,<3$.
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INDIRECT (A3OR
Cashier>5ales crew 1 1,1<2.3" 1,38.*2 1,!23.2< 1,23.1* 1,*<$.$<
Driver 2 2,33.$" 2,8$<."3 ,23$.*3 ,"!$." ,<*<.<3
5ecurity personnel 2 2,33.$" 2,8$<."3 ,23$.*3 ,"!$." ,<*<.<3
Ftility personnel 2 2,33.$" 2,8$<."3 ,23$.*3 ,"!$." ,<*<.<3
MANA&EMENT
4eneral 1anager 1 2,!<"."" 23,<$"."" 2!,"<<.$" 2<,2!3.* 2$,!31.<
5upervisors * $,132."" 3",<1!."" 3,!<.2 32,3<.8$ 3*,2$!.!*
TOTA( 11 ,4=<161.74 ,,F<77,.9F ,18<1F,.9= ,16<489.,= ,66<,5F.F9
X. MANA&EMENT ASSUM'TIONS
The salary will increase by % annually.
The 1arketing 1anager and 5ales manager will be occupied by a single person.
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TEC/NICA( AS'ECT
I. 'RODUCT DETAI(S
The Technical aspect for product details is about the characteristics and si,e of the different
products of NaDeCo Co. namely handbag.
'RODUCT TY'E SIGE #EATURES
=and bag 1edium 9utside and inside pockets
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Comes in a variety of design and color
IInno-ation. 7or the first three years of the company, they will only produce a medium si,e
hand bag that comes in different colors with interchangeable straps. +fter three years, the
company start producing different kinds of bags that comes in different si,es, colors and
interchangeable straps.
#ig*re 8 . Samp"e 'ro)*!t
II. 'RICIN&
/6.C.N4 97 T=; /69DFCT

Direct 1aterial

*8<,!"".""
Direct Cabor

1,$,2$$.""
/remiums

<","3.3"
1anufacturing 9verhead
Cost
.ndirect 1aterials

138,"*!.23
.ndirect Cabor

81<,$!$.""
/remiums

!!,<21.2"
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Ftilities 132,$!.$3
6ent

*3",""".""
Depreciation

2!,""3.*8
+dmin and 1arketing
;(pense
+dmin 5alary

1,**,3".""
/remiums

*!,3*!.3"
Ftilities

1<,3*$.*!
/ermits and Cicenses

18,"2*.""
9ffice 5upplies

$!,3"!.""
Depreciation

<!,*8$.$
5 $ increase annually
II., 'ri!ing Comp*tation
Total Costs divide by production capacity
2*,33
Direct materials : 2.*$
Direct labor cost: **.*<
7actory 9verhead cost: <2.<"
'RODUCT COST? ,8,.F8
+dmin and 1arketing :!.*$
1ark up #*"%': <*.8
Tota" f*"" !ot pri!e? 1=,.69
@+T: 12%
SR'? 619.61
III. '(ANT (OCATION
The NaDeCo, Co. is located in 1! 0uilding 1! ;dsa 1onumento Caloocan City. This
establishment is suited in a prime commercial area from the Caloocan public market.
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The
company
occupied the
ground floor of 2-
storey building
appro(imately
1!8 s). meters
with 3-car
parking in front of
the space. The
place is strategic for any office space and full-time business. The company would cost /hp
3*,""".""
#ig*re 9. '"ant (o!ation
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III.,'ERS'ECTIVE O# NaDeCo< Co.
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III.1 '(ANT (AYOUT
Fi&ure/. P)ant Lay0out
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E(ECTRICA( (AYOUT
'(UM3IN& (AYOUT
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5a
III.6 AREA AND ROOM DE#INED
ShoCroom
The si,e of the showroom is 2" s). m. #3m ( *m' and fully air-conditioned. This area will
occupy the different bag design of the NaDeCo, 0ag. .t also serves as company&s store.
Sto!kroom
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'ho5 oom
The si,e of the stockroom is 8 s). m. #m ( m'. .t is where the finished products are
stored and ready for selling purposes. This stockroom has three industrial racks.
A)minitrati-e Offi!e
The administrative si,e is 2 s). m. #3m ( $m'. .t has lounge area located at the front
where it can accommodate visitors. There is a separate room for the 4eneral 1anager and
there will be cubicles for the supervisors. 9ne part of the administrative is divided into 3
cubicles for the /roduction 1anager, 4eneral 1anager, +ccounting and /urchasing
1anager, and 1arketing 1anager. The whole are is also fully air-conditioned.
Comfort Room
There are two comfort rooms available, with a si,e of * s). m. #2m ( 2.*m'. 0oth
comfort rooms are e)uipped with one toilet bowl with sink and mirror.
Uti"ity Room
The si,e of the utility room is 2.* s). m where it is e)uipped with the cleaning materials
used in the production of NaDeCo 0ag for cleanliness and maintenance purposes.
'ro)*!tion
The si,e of the whole production is *3 s). m. #!m ( 8m'. .t is where the NaDeCo 0ag
manufacture and where the soaking area, drying area, accessori,ing, assembling and
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finishing area located. +lso the supervisor&s table and production supplies area can be
found here.
III.7 RENTA( #EE
The rental fee of the store is shown belowA
/=/ 2!!.2< > s)uare meter.
The total area that the company rented is 1!8 s)uare meters.
Ta+"e 11. Rent E@pene
Ta+"e ,F. 'ro2e!te) Renta" #ee
'ro2e!te) Renta" #ee
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
6ental
7ee /hp*3",""" /hp*!<,""" /hp*8*,*" /hp!2*,11$ /hp!*!,<*
IV. 'RODUCTION
IV., 'ro)*!tion Cy!"e
'ro)*!tion 'ro)*!tion Cy!"e
5oaking of Nata De
Coco Pre?prepared
Drying of 1aterials
5ewing process 1" mins
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Rent E@pene
Area Cot per m
1
Month"y renta" !ot Ann*a" Rent E@pene
1!8m
2
/hp2!!.2< /hp3*,""" /hp*3","""
+ssembling and
fabrication of component
parts
mins
+ccessori,ing 2 mins
7inal polishing>7inishing mins

'ro)*!t !y!"e. ,F min
Note@ The first two steps which is the soaking and drying of the materials will not include on
Production *ycle because itAs already pre?prepared and stock in the raw materials storage
room#
IV.1 #"oC pro!e of 3ag 'ro)*!tion
'ro!e.
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6.A*.
6a7ing
/r&ing
6e8ing
Asse9!"ing
A##essri:ing
Fina" p"ishing ;
<nishing
E1/
Soaking N the raw Nata De Coco is being soaked in a brine solution in order for it to become
thinner.
Drying N after soaking for the nata de coco in brine solution for 3 days, let it dry on the dryer
for 1 day.
SeCing N the dried nata de coco and other materials to form a bag.
V. MATERIA(S
RaC Materia"
6aw Nata De Coco
0rine solution which is salt and water
Ma!hinery
7or the Nata de Coco bag will produce, several machines will be used to have the
product. These areA
Drying ma!hine J for the drying of nata de coco -C hot air circle oven is e)uipped with
low noise a(ial flow fan and automatic temperature control
system.
#eat*re
1. 1ost of hot air is circled inside the oven. The hot
efficiency is high. The energy source can be saved.
2. .t uses enhanced ventilation and e)uips with ad-ustable air divider plate inside the oven.
6aw material can be dried evenly. The hot source can be steam, hot water, electricity or far
infrared.
. The applied fields are wide and can be suitable for all kinds of raw materials. .t is a
comprehensive drier.
'ri!e
/hp 2"",""".""
SeCing ma!hine N for sewing Nata de coco into bag
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0asic high speed lockstitch machine complete on unit stand with single phase #23" volts'
5uitable for factory use.
?e set the machine up for all sorts of fabrics, light, medium or heavy weight.
'ri!e.
/hp 12,!1$.""
Loo)en Soaking T*+ $ *e) for soaking raw Nata
De Coco in brine solution.
'ri!e. /hp 2,*"".""
V., RaC materia"
Nata De Co!o $ Nata is a culture of 3euconostocmesenteroides a bacterium that forms a
mass of gelatinous material from a medium of sugar and acetic
acid. ?hen thick enough, this layer is harvested for dessert
or fruit salad mi(. This time it is made into laminate, a
leather-like material.
3rine o"*tion N it is the combination of salt and water. .t used to
preserve the nata to become it thinner, a leather-like.
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V.1 'RODUCTION CA'ACITY
Number of products that can be generated by a manufacturing plant or enterprise in a
given period by using current resources. NaDeCo 1anufacturing plant has a plant capacity of
producing 2< bags per $ hours of work. Taking $"% of the plant capacity, we can produce 22
bags a day.
Ta+"e 16.
'RODUCTION CA'ACITY

Ma!hine
,
Ma!hine
1
Ma!hine
6
Ma!hine
7
Tota"
Daily
Capacity 2<
2< 2< 2<
1"$
$"% of daily
capacity 22 22 22 22 $$
?orking
days>month 23 23 23 23 8!
1onthly
production *2$ *2$ *2$ *2$ 2,112
Gearly
production !,! !,! !,! !,! 2*,33
2nnual capacity based on !+$ production#
Ta+"e 17.
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#ore!ate) Ann*a" Capa!ity
Year Capa!ity
2"1 2*,33
2"13 2!,!11
2"1* 2<,832
2"1! 28,8
2"1< ",$"!
0orecasted production capacity within the ne/t five years# The capacity increases 5$ annually
MATERIA(S
6aw materials will be coming from one of the largest Nata de coco manufacturer from
0atangas City.
V.6 Cot of RaC Materia"
Ta+"e 18.
Ingre)ient
No. of *nit
*e)M )ay
Cot per
*nit
Cot per
)ay
Cot per Month Ann*a" Cot
Nata de Coco
#slabs' $$ Kg 1"."" $$".""
21,12"."
"
2*,33"."
"
salt kg ."" 8.""
21!."
"
2,*82."
"
coloring
#spray bottle' 1* C *"."" <*".""
1$,"""."
"
21!,"""."
"
.ndustrial Thread
in *"m roll * pcs 1."" !*.""
1,*!"."
"
1$,<2"."
"
Pipper 1"8 inch ."" 2<.""
<,$3$."
"
83,1<!."
"
1etal connector 33 pcs 1."" 33.""
1,"*!."
"
12,!<2."
"

7=<F44.4
4 php 8=5<944.44
Pro1ected 2ost o! Ra* Materia)s
Ta+"e 19.
YEAR
RaC Mat"K 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
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.ngredients /hp *8<,!""."" /hp !2<,3$"."" /hp !*$,$*3."" /hp !81,<8!.<" /hp <2!,$!.*3
VI. 'RO'OSED RENOVATION
Ta+"e 15. 'ropoe) Reno-ation Etimate
'ropoe) Reno-ation
3i"" of Materia" an) Cot of Etimate
Materia" ATY. Unit Cot Tota" Cot
Carpentry and 1asonry Cement 1<" 3"$."" !8,!".""
5and #per elf' 1" *3"."" *,3"".""
=allow 0locks 1,*"$ "."" 3*,23".""
5teel 0ar <* *."" 2,!2*.""
Tie ?ire #per kilo' 1" *!."" *!".""
4ravel #per elf' 1" 3*"."" 3,*"".""
Tiles $($ 21< 2*."" *,32*.""
Carpentry ?orks /artition < 3,*""."" 1,*"".""
4lass panel 2 *,1""."" 1",2"".""
Counter 1 1",*""."" 1",*"".""
Cabinet 2 2,*""."" *,""".""
=ardware Door 1" 1,"88."" 1",88".""
Door knob 1" $"."" ,$"".""
4lass door 1 !,$""."" !,$"".""
Nail +ssorted $$!."" $$!.""
Door hinges " 23."" <2".""
/ainting
5emi-4loss Cate( for walls #per
s). meter' 8,""".""
Toilet furniture and
7i(tures Toilet w> flush 2 3,8""."" 8,$"".""
5ink 2 2,<""."" *,3"".""
Tissue =older 2 8<."" <83.""
/lumbing 7i(tures @aries 3,*""."" 3,*"".""
;lectrical 7i(ture @aries !,*""."" !,*"".""
5howroom sign board 1 3,"""."" 3,""".""
Tota" Materia"
Reno-ation 'hp 186<844.44
Cabor and Consultation
Cost
3"% of 6enovation
1aterial Cost 1"1,3"".""
Tota" Materia" an) (a+or
Reno-ation Cot 'hp 687<=44.44
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Ta+"e 1F. Depre!iation Reno-ation Cot
Depre!iation of Reno-ation Cot
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
Reno-ation
E@pene
/hp
*,38".""
/hp
*,38".""
/hp
*,38".""
/hp
*,38".""
/hp
*,38".""
=,+ $ of Total 1aterial and 3abor -enovation *ost#
#ig*re 5. ShoC Room Sign 3oar)
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NaDeCo 2ags
1! 0uilding 1! ;dsa 1onumento Caloocan City.
31$-11-"3>"81!$**""11
VII. DE'RECIATION COST
VII., Too" an) EB*ipment
Ta+"e 1=. Dire!t Too" an) EB*ipment
DIRECT TOO(S AND EAUI'TMENT
'ro)*!t an) Ser-i!e
EB*ipment Unit Cot per Unit Tota" Cot (ife Depre!iation per Unit Tota" Depre!iation
Drying 1achine 1 2"","""."" 2"","""."" 2" 1","""."" 1",""".""
5ewing 1achine 3 12,!1$."" *",3<2."" 1" 1,2!1.$" *,"3<.2"
?ooden soaked tub * 2,*""."" 12,*""."" 1" - -
.ndustrial Table #large' $,*!!.<* 2*,<"".2* 1* *<1.12 1,<1.*
.ndustrial Table #small' 1,<<2.$< *,1$.!1 1* 11$.18 *3.*<
Cash register 1 2","""."" 2","""."" 1" 2,"""."" 2,""".""
+ir Conditioner 2 12,38<.2* 23,883.*" 1" 1,238.< 2,388.3*
.ndustrial 7an 3 *,"""."" 2","""."" 1" *""."" 2,""".""
?orking Chair 2" 2,8"."2 3<,$"".3" 2" 118.*" 2,8"."2
.ndustrial 5cissors $ 1*"."" 1,2""."" * - -
TOTA(
'hp
745<=F8.59 'hp 19<447.8=
3(ote@ The 5ndustrial scissors and wooden soaked tub cannot be depreciated#
Ta+"e 64. Depre!iation of Dire!t Too" an) EB*ipment
Depre!iation of Dire!t Too" an) EB*ipment
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
Depre!iation of EB*ipment
/hp
2!,""3.*8
/hp
2!,""3.*8
/hp
2!,""3.*8
/hp
2!,""3.*8
/hp
2!,""3.*8
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VII.1 INDIRECT TOO(S AND EAUI'MENT
Ta+"e 6,. In)ire!t too" an) EB*ipment
INDIRECT TOO(AS AND EAUI'MENT
+dministrative ;(pense
'ro)*!t an) er-i!e EB*ipment Unit Cot per *nit Tota" !ot (ife Depre!iation per *nit Tota" Depre!iation
9ffice table
3 1,*38."" !,18!."" 1" 1*3.8" 1,*38.""
7illing cabinet
1 1,<<."" 1,<<."" 1" 1<.<" 1,<<.""
Cocker
1 3,8$.*2 3,8$.*2 1" 38.$* 3,8$.*2
9ffice chair
2 2,*88."" *,18$."" 1" 2*8.8" 2,*88.""
7a( 1achine
1 ,"""."" ,"""."" * !""."" ,""".""
Counge couch
1 2,$""."" 2,$""."" 1" *!"."" *,!"".""
Counge Table
1 2,2""."" 2,2""."" 1" 33"."" 3,3"".""
.ndustrial 6ack
2,1$1.*< !,*33.<1 1" 3!.1 3,!.13
/rinter
2 !,3"!.*3 12,$1."$ * 1,2$1.1 !,3"!.*3
7ire e(tinguisher
* 1,!""."" ,2""."" * - -
;mergency light
1,"38."" 2,"8$."" 1" 2"8.$" 2,"8$.""
?all clock
2 138.<* 288.*" * - -
Trash bin
! *"."" 2,1""."" 1* - -
?ater Dispenser
1 2,$!1.3 2,$!1.3 * - -
Telephone
38*."" 1,3$*."" * - -
Calculator
38*."" 1,3$*."" * - -
Lero( machine
1 11,"""."" 11,"""."" * 2,2""."" 11,""".""
Desktop Computer
3 2","""."" $","""."" * 3,"""."" 2",""".""
Total
'hp ,7=<489.17
'hp
99<5=,.14
30ire :/tinguisher Wall clock Trash bin Water )ispenser Telephone and *alculator cannot
be depreciated#
Ta+"e 61. Depre!iation of In)ire!t Too" an) EB*ipment
Depre!iation of In)ire!t Too" an) EB*ipment
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
Depreciation of .ndirect Tools
and ;)uipment
/hp
!!,<81.2"
/hp
!!,<81.2"
/hp
!!,<81.2"
/hp
!!,<81.2"
/hp
!!,<81.2"
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Ta+"e 66. Safety S*pp"y E@pene
SA#ETY %IT
14,6
ATY. CotMUnit Tota" !ot
alcohol 1" * *"."""
amonia * 3" 2""."""
band aid * bo(es 12 !"."""
betadine * " 1*"."""
clean gloves 1" * *"."""
cotton ball 2 2" 3"."""
elastic bandage 2(* 1pc. * *" 2*"."""
gau,e roll 1pc. * * 1<*."""
gau,e sterile 3 ( 3 * !" ""."""
hydrogen pero(ide * 2* 12*."""
mask disposable 12 * !"."""
med. +mo(icilin 1 bo( * 2*"."""
med. 1efenamic 1 bo( * 2*"."""
med. /aracetamol 1 bo( 3 1*"."""
tape 1>2 3 1" 3"."""
triagular bandage * " 1*"."""
TOTA( 1<944.444
Ta+"e 67. 'ro2e!te) Safety S*pp"y E@pene
'ro2e!te) Safety %it E@pene
YEAR 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
5afety 5upply Kit 2,!""."" 2,!""."" 2,!""."" 2,!""."" 2,!"".""
VII.6 SU''(Y MAINTAINANCE
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Ta+"e 68. S!he)*"e of S*pp"ie
SC/EDU(E O# SU''(IES IDIS'OSA3(EJ
14,6
Aty. !otMBty. Tota" Cot
0allpen 23 bo(es !"."" 1,33".""
brown envelope#long' 1"" pcs 2.2* 22*.""
brown envelope#short' 1"" pcs 1.<* 1<*.""
7astener 3* bo( "."" 1,*".""
folder#long' 1"" pcs *."" *"".""
folder#short' 1"" pcs 3."" 3"".""
0ond /aper#short' *" rim 21"."" 1",*"".""
0ond /aper#long' " rim 2"."" !,8"".""
Cogbook 1* pcs 12"."" 1,$"".""
marker and pentel pen 12" pcs 2"."" 2,3"".""
Corkboard 3 pcs 3$."" 1,82.""
?hiteboard 3 pcs 1,2"."" 3,82".""
/aperclips 1$ bo(es 1*."" 2<".""
/encil 23 bo(es <"."" 1,!$".""
printer ink black 3$ 3*"."" 21,!"".""
printer ink colored 3$ *""."" 23,""".""
/uncher 1" pcs 2""."" 2,""".""
6uler 12 pcs 12."" 133.""
scotch tape $" pcs 1*."" 1,2"".""
5tapler 1" pcs $*."" $*".""
5taples 3" bo(es 2*."" 1,""".""
tape dispenser 1" <"."" <"".""
time card 23" 3."" 8!".""
'hp F9<749.44
Ta+"e 69. 'ro2e!te) Offi!e S*pp"y E@pene
/69M;CT;D 977.C; 5F//C.;5 ;L/;N5;5
YEAR 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
offi!e *pp"ie /hp $!,3"!."" /hp 8",<2!." /hp 8*,2!2.!2 /hp 1"","2*.<* /hp 1"*,"2<."
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Ta+"e65. 'AC%A&IN& EX'ENSE
'a!kaging
14,6 14,7
Aty CotMAty
Tota"
Cot Aty CotMAty
Tota"
Cot
Craft
3ag 2*,33 ."" <!,"2."" 2!,!11 .""
<8,$
.!"
14,8 14,9 14,5
Aty CotMAty
Tota"
Cot Aty CotMAty
Tota"
Cot Aty CotMAty
Tota"
Cot
2<,831.<! .""
$,$2*.
2$ 28,$.$* .""
$$,"1!.*
3 ",$"*.<8 .""
82,31<.
<
VIII. UTI(ITIES EX'ENSE
This area contains all e(penses including electrical, water and telephone costs as well
as other consumption related to it.
Ta+"e 6F. Later
0asic Charges
6ate
Cubic 1eter
Consumed 0asic Charge
7irst 1" cubic meters /hp*$!.$" 1" *$!.$"
Ne(t 11-1"" cubic meters /hp*$.8$ *" 2,*3.""
Ne(t 1"1-2"" cubic meters /hp*8."" "
Tota" Month"y Charge !" 'hp1<=74.F4
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Detai" of !harge
C*rrent Charge
0asic Charge 2,83".$"
7oreign Currency Differential +d-ustment #7CD+' ".""
;nvironmental Charge #1"% of water
charge' 283."$
1aintenance 5ervice Charge *".""
C*rrent Charge +efore Ta@e ,23.$$
+dd @+T 12% $$.18
Tota" C*rrent Charge ,!2."<
/revious Fnpaid amount ".""
Tota" Month"y Charge
,!2."<>
1onth
Ann*a" Charge
'hp
76<759.F7
Ta+"e 6=. 'ro2e!te) Later E@pene
Ta+"e 74. E"e!tri!ity
E(ECTRICITY
EB*ipment Lattage ATY. No. of ho*r *e)
Dai"y
!ot Month"y Cot Ann*a" Cot
Drying 1achine
22* 1 $ 1$."" 32."" *,1$3.""
5ewing 1achine <* 3 $ 23.""
*<!."" !,812.""
Cash 6egister 3.* 1 $ 2.<!
!!.23 <83.$$
+ir conditioner 833 2 $ 1*1."3
,!23.8! 3,388.*2
.ndustrial 7an 1<* 3 $ *!.""
1,33."" 1!,12$.""
7a( 1achine 1<* 1 2 .*"
$3."" 1,""$.""
/rinter 1<* 2 2 <.""
1!$."" 2,"1!.""
?ater Dispenser 8" 1 $ <.2"
1<2.$" 2,"<.!"
Lero( 1achine 1<* 1 2 .*"
$3."" 1,""$.""
Desktop Computer 22* 3 $ <2.""
1,<2$."" 2",<!.""
TOTA( 678.44 F<1F4.44 ==<694.44
Ta+"e 7,. 'ro2e!te) E"e!tri!a" E@pene
'RO0ECTED E(ECTRICITY
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
;lectrical ;(pense 88,!"."" 1"3,2$."" 1"8,*33.3" 11*,"21.!2 12",<<2.<"
Ta+"e 71. 3roa) Cith (an)"ine
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'RO0ECTED LATER EX'ENSE
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
?ater
;(pense
/hp
3,3<!.$3
/hp
3*,!*".!$
/hp
3<,8.22
/hp
*",28.$$
/hp
*2,$3!.<
3roa)+an) Cith (an)"ine
1onthly Charge 1,288.""
12% T+L 1**.$$
Month"y 3i"" 1,3*3.$$
Ann*a" 3i"" ,5<78F.89
Ta+"e 76. 'ro2e!te) 3roa)+an) Cith (an)"ine
'ro2e!te) 3roa)+an) Cith (an)"ine
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
+nnual 0ill 1<,3*$.*!
1$,1
.38
18,23$."
!
2",21".3
<
21,22".8
8
Ta+"e 77. 'ro2e!te) Uti"itie E@pene
71 | P a g e
'RO0ECTED UTI(ITIES EX'ENSE
Uti"itie 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
?ater

3,3<!.$3
3
*,!*".!$
3
<,8.22
*",2
8.$$
*2,$3
!.<
;lectricity 88,!"."" 1"3,2$."" 1"8,*33.3" 11*,"21.!2 12",<<2.<"
0roadband with
Candline 1<,3*$.*!
1
$,1.38
1
8,23$."!
2",21
".3<
21,22
".88
TOTA(

,94<1=8.74
,9F
<6,4.,5
,5
9<518.9F
,F8<89
,.=9
,=7<F7
4.49
IX. LASTE DIS'OSA(
5ince the company only uses salt and water for soaking Nata De Coco, the brine solution
would be the only waste for the whole production, which can be considered as 4rey water.
Drainage for the grey water is already provided by the company.
X. LASTE MANA&EMENT
The Company will engage in 5olid ?aste 1anagement +ssociation of the /hilippines
#5?1+/', it aims to help and improve the income and livelihood of all garbage workers. The
company&s solid waste will give to them for free as part of the company&s charity work.
XI. TEC/NICA( ASSUM'TIONS
Cost of 6aw 1aterials to increase *% annually.
The rental fee increase *% annually.
5traight line 1ethod is used for computation of Depreciation.
Ftilities are pro-ected to increase *% annually.
Cost of office supplies is forecasted to increase *% annually.
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.n the first year of operation the company will only use $"% of production ;fficiency.
#inan!ia" Ape!t
73 | P a g e
I. '(ANT CA'ACITY COM'UTATION
Ta+"e 78. 'ro)*!tion Capa!ity
'RODUCTION CA'ACITY
Ma!hine , Ma!hine 1 Ma!hine 6 Ma!hine 7 Tota"
Daily
Capacity 2< 2< 2< 2< 1"$
$"% of daily
capacity 22 22 22 22 $$
?orking
days>month 23 23 23 23 83
1onthly
production *2$ *2$ *2$ *2$ 2,112
Gearly
production !,! !,! !,! !,! 2*,33
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ii. TA3(ES O# #INANCIA( DATA
Ta+"e 79. Sa"e #ore!at
2"1 2"13 2"1*
/roduct Unit 'ri!e Sa"e Unit 'ri!e Sa"e Unit 'ri!e Sa"e
=and0ag 2*,33 $*."2 8,<*<,83!.$$ 2!,!11 3"3.2<1 1",<*$,1!.33 2<,832 323.3$3** 11,$!",$3*.32
2"1! 2"1<
Unit 'ri!e Sa"e Unit 'ri!e Sa"e
28,8 33*.<"$<<<* 1,"<!,*$2."$ ",$"! 3!<.88321!3 13,31!,81.<3
Ta+"e 75. S!he)*"e of RaC Materia" Ue)
YEAR
RaC Materia" 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
.ngredients *8<,!""."" !2<,3$"."" !*$,$*3."" !81,<8!.<" <2!,$!.*3
75 | P a g e
Ta+"e 7F. S!he)*"e of S*pp"ie Dipoa+"e
SC/EDU(E O# SU''(IES IDIS'OSA3(EJ
14,6
Aty. !otMBty. Tota" Cot
0allpen 23 bo(es !"."" 1,33".""
brown envelope#long' 1"" pcs 2.2* 22*.""
brown envelope#short' 1"" pcs 1.<* 1<*.""
7astener 3* bo( "."" 1,*".""
folder#long' 1"" pcs *."" *"".""
folder#short' 1"" pcs 3."" 3"".""
0ond /aper#short' *" rim 21"."" 1",*"".""
0ond /aper#long' " rim 2"."" !,8"".""
Cogbook 1* pcs 12"."" 1,$"".""
marker and pentel pen 12" pcs 2"."" 2,3"".""
Corkboard 3 pcs 3$."" 1,82.""
?hiteboard 3 pcs 1,2"."" 3,82".""
/aperclips 1$ bo(es 1*."" 2<".""
/encil 23 bo(es <"."" 1,!$".""
printer ink black 3$ 3*"."" 21,!"".""
printer ink colored 3$ *""."" 23,""".""
/uncher 1" pcs 2""."" 2,""".""
6uler 12 pcs 12."" 133.""
scotch tape $" pcs 1*."" 1,2"".""
5tapler 1" pcs $*."" $*".""
5taples 3" bo(es 2*."" 1,""".""
tape dispenser 1" <"."" <"".""
time card 23" 3."" 8!".""
F9<749.44
/69M;CT;D 977.C; 5F//C.;5 ;L/;N5;5
YEAR 14,6 1<4,7.44 1<4,8 14,9 14,5
offi!e *pp"ie $!,3"!."" 8",<2!." 8*,2!2.!2 1"","2*.<* 1"*,"2<."
iii. SC/EDU(E O# (A3ORS
46955 /+G C91/FT+T.9N 796 2"1
76 | P a g e
14,6

No. of
emp"oyee
Dai"y
pay
Month"y
pay
Tota"
a"aryMyear
I154 )ayJ
,6th
Month
'ay
&ro 'ay
Dire!t (a+or
/roduction ?orker < ,122.""
<3,82$."
" $32,83"."" <3,82$."" 81<,$!$.""

/roduction
5upervisor 1 <1*
1<,1!"."
" 18,"*"."" 1<,1!"."" 21",21".""

Euality Control
5pecialist 1 <1*
1<,1!"."
" 18,"*"."" 1<,1!"."" 21",21".""
,<66F<1FF.44
In)ire!t
(a+or
Cashier>5ales crew 1 33!
1",<"3."
" 12",32"."" 1",<"3."" 11,123.""
Driver 2 $82
21,3"$."
" 23",$3"."" 21,3"$."" 2!2,23$.""
5ecurity personnel 2 $82
21,3"$."
" 23",$3"."" 21,3"$."" 2!2,23$.""
Ftility personnel 2 $82
21,3"$."
" 23",$3"."" 21,3"$."" 2!2,23$.""
=,5<F9F.44
Management
4eneral 1anager 1 1,<*".""
32,"""."
" 3<2,*""."" 32,"""."" *13,*"".""
5upervisors * ,*<*.""
$*,$""."
" 8!*,2*"."" $*,$""."" 1,"*1,"*".""
,<898<884.44
6<F1,<549.44
46955 /+G C91/FT+T.9N 796 2"13
77 | P a g e
2"13

No. of
emp"oyee
Dai"y
pay
Month"y
pay
Tota"
a"aryMyear
I154 )ayJ
,6th
Month
'ay
&ro 'ay
Dire!t (a+or
/roduction ?orker < ,21*.!!
<<,1<*.$
3 $!$,22$.2" <<,1<*.$3 83*,3"3."3

/roduction
5upervisor 1 <!.3*
1<,!<3.$
" 18$,$31.*" 1<,!<3.$" 21!,*1!."

Euality Control
5pecialist 1 <!.3*
1<,!<3.$
" 18$,$31.*" 1<,!<3.$" 21!,*1!."
,<65F<769.97
In)ire!t
(a+or
Cashier>5ales crew 1 3*8.$ 11,"2*.12 123,"2.!" 11,"2*.12 1*,"*<.<2
Driver 2 81$.<!
22,"*".2
3 23$,"!*.2" 22,"*".23 2<",11*.33
5ecurity personnel 2 81$.<!
22,"*".2
3 23$,"!*.2" 22,"*".23 2<",11*.33
Ftility personnel 2 81$.<!
22,"*".2
3 23$,"!*.2" 22,"*".23 2<",11*.33
=78<747.47
Management
4eneral 1anager 1 1,$"2.*"
3,2!"."
" 3$!,!<*."" 3,2!"."" *28,8*.""
5upervisors * ,!$2.2!
$$,<3.1
8 883,2"8.!! $$,<3.18 1,"$2,*$.$*
,<9,1<8,F.F8
6<=69<68=.86
46955 /+G C91/FT+T.9N 796 2"1*
78 | P a g e
2"1*

No. of
emp"oyee
Dai"y
pay
Month"y
pay
Tota"
a"aryMyear
I154 )ayJ
,6th
Month
'ay
&ro 'ay
Dire!t (a+or

/roduction
?orker < ,12.1
<8,381.1
2 $83,2<*."*
<8,381.1
2 8<,<!!.1!

/roduction
5upervisor 1 <*$.*3
1$,2"*."
3 2"3,$"!.<*
1$,2"*."
3 22,"11.<8

Euality Control
5pecialist 1 <*$.*3
1$,2"*."
3 2"3,$"!.<*
1$,2"*."
3 22,"11.<8
,<7,=<5F=.57
In)ire!t (a+or

Cashier>5ales
crew 1 3<.1! 11,**.$< 12<,<*.*$ 11,**.$< 18,1"8.3*
Driver 2 83!.2 22,<11.<* 2**,*"<.1! 22,<11.<* 2<$,21$.8"

5ecurity
personnel 2 83!.2 22,<11.<* 2**,*"<.1! 22,<11.<* 2<$,21$.8"
Ftility personnel 2 83!.2 22,<11.<* 2**,*"<.1! 22,<11.<* 2<$,21$.8"
=56<599.,9
Management

4eneral
1anager 1 1,$*!.*$
33,**<.$
" *"1,2<*.2*
33,**<.$
" *3*,$."*
5upervisors * ,<82.<1
81,"2*."
3
1,"23,"1.<
"
81,"2*."
3 1,11*,"*!.<3
,<994<FF=.5=
7<487<778.9=
46955 C91/FT+T.9N 796 2"1!
2"1!
79 | P a g e

No. of
emp"oyee
Dai"y
pay
Month"y
pay
Tota"
a"aryMyear
I154 )ayJ
,6th
Month
'ay
&ro 'ay
Dire!t (a+or
/roduction ?orker < ,311.38
$1,$<*.$
* 821,1"." $1,$<*.$* 1,""2,8<8.1*

/roduction
5upervisor 1 <$1.
1$,<*1.2
" 21",8*".8* 1$,<*1.2" 228,<"2.13

Euality Control
5pecialist 1 <$1.
1$,<*1.2
" 21",8*".8* 1$,<*1.2" 228,<"2.13
,<791<6F6.76
In)ire!t
(a+or
Cashier>5ales crew 1 3$<.! 11,!8!.** 11,*$!.18 11,!8!.** 13,2$2.<3
Driver 2 8<3.<1
2,8.1
" 2!,1<2.< 2,8.1" 2$!,*!*.3<
5ecurity personnel 2 8<3.<1
2,8.1
" 2!,1<2.< 2,8.1" 2$!,*!*.3<
Ftility personnel 2 8<3.<1
2,8.1
" 2!,1<2.< 2,8.1" 2$!,*!*.3<
,<441<=5=.,8
Management
4eneral 1anager 1 1,812.2<
3*,$83.*
*1!,1.*1 3*,$83.* *!2,2"$."3
5upervisors * ,8"!.*"
8,<*!."
" 1,"*3,<**."" 8,<*!."" 1,13$,*11.""
,<5,4<5,=.47
7<,59<4F,.91
46955 C91/FT+T.9N 796 2"1<
80 | P a g e
2"1<

No. of
emp"oyee
Dai"y
pay
Month"y
pay
Tota"
a"aryMyear
I154 )ayJ
,6th
Month
'ay
&ro 'ay
Dire!t (a+or
/roduction ?orker < ,*1.$3
$3,2.1
2 83$,<!.3" $3,2.12 1,","!$.*2

/roduction
5upervisor 1 $"3.<3
18,1.<
21<,2<8.3$ 18,1.< 2!,*8.21

Euality Control
5pecialist 1 $"3.<3
18,1.<
21<,2<8.3$ 18,1.< 2!,*8.21
,<849<187.=6
In)ire!t
(a+or
Cashier>5ales crew 1 *"1.8$
12,"3<.3
* 1*,*.<< 12,"3<.3* 13<,*$1.22
Driver 2 1,"".8*
23,"83.$
8 2<1,"!<.*3 23,"83.$8 28*,1!2.3
5ecurity personnel 2 1,"".8*
23,"83.$
8 2<1,"!<.*3 23,"83.$8 28*,1!2.3
Ftility personnel 2 1,"".8*
23,"83.$
8 2<1,"!<.*3 23,"83.$8 28*,1!2.3
,<466<49F.81
Management
4eneral 1anager 1 1,8!8.!3
3<,2<1.
< *1,$"2.81 3<,2<1.< *<8,"<3.2$
5upervisors * 3,"2.<"
8!,*!$.$
" 1,"$!,88."" 8!,*!$.$" 1,1$2,8!<.$"
,<591<471.4F
7<64,<698.86
81 | P a g e
IV. SC/EDU(E O# 'AYA3(ES
'/I(/EA(T/ 'AYA3(ES
2"1 2"13 2"1* 2"1! 2"1<
3eginning
'hi"hea"th
Emp"oyerK
Contri+*tion
/hp 3!,*""."" /hp 3!,*""."" /hp 3!,*""."" /hp 3$,8""."" /hp 3$,8"".""
Remittan!e of
Emp"oyer
/hp 32,!2*."" /hp 32,!2*."" /hp 32,!2*."" /hp 33,$2*."" /hp 33,$2*.""
3a"an!e /hp ,$<*."" /hp ,$<*."" /hp ,$<*."" /hp 3,"<*."" /hp 3,"<*.""
'A& I3I& 'AYA3(ES
2"1 2"13 2"1* 2"1! 2"1<
3eginning # /hp
1,<*"."" '
#/hp
1,<*".""'
#/hp
1,<*".""'
#/hp 1,<*".""'
'agi+ig Emp"oyerK
Contri+*tion
/hp 21,"""."" /hp 21,"""."" /hp 21,"""."" /hp 21,"""."" /hp 21,""".""
82 | P a g e
SSS 'AYA3(ES
2"1 2"13 2"1* 2"1! 2"1<
3eginning # /hp
1",3<!.""'
# /hp
1",3<!.""'
# /hp
1",3<!.""'
# /hp
11,1$3.""'
SSS Emp"oyerK
Contri+*tion
/hp 12*,<12."" /hp 12*,<12."" /hp 12*,<12."" /hp 13,2"$."" /hp 13,2"$.""
Remittan!e of
Emp"oyer
/hp 11*,2!."" /hp 11*,2!."" /hp 11*,2!."" /hp 12,"23."" /hp 12,"23.""
3a"an!e /hp 1",3<!."" /hp 1",3<!."" /hp 1",3<!."" /hp 11,1$3."" /hp 11,1$3.""
Remittan!e of
Emp"oyer
/hp 18,2*"."" /hp 18,2*"."" /hp 18,2*"."" /hp 18,2*"."" /hp 18,2*".""
3a"an!e /hp 1,<*"."" /hp 1,<*"."" /hp 1,<*"."" /hp 1,<*"."" /hp 1,<*".""
V. RENT EX'ENSE
5chedule of 6ent ;(pense
Rent E@pene
Area Cot per m
1
Month"y renta" !ot Ann*a" Rent E@pene
1!8m
2
/hp2!!.2< /hp3*,""" /hp*3","""
83 | P a g e
VI. SC/EDU(E O# TOO(S AND EAUI'MENTS
Dire!t Too" an) EB*ipment
DIRECT TOO(S AND EAUI'TMENT
'ro)*!t an)
Ser-i!e EB*iptment Unit Cot per Unit Tota" Cot (ife
Depre!iation per
Unit
Tota"
Depre!iation
Drying 1achine 1 2"","""."" 2"","""."" 2" 1","""."" 1",""".""
5ewing 1achine 3 12,!1$."" *",3<2."" 1" 1,2!1.$" *,"3<.2"
?ooden soaked
tub * 2,*""."" 12,*""."" 1" - -
.ndustrial Table
#large' $,*!!.<* 2*,<"".2* 1* *<1.12 1,<1.*
.ndustrial Table
#small' 1,<<2.$< *,1$.!1 1* 11$.18 *3.*<
Cash register 1 2","""."" 2","""."" 1" 2,"""."" 2,""".""
+ir Conditioner 2 12,38<.2* 23,883.*" 1" 1,238.< 2,388.3*
.ndustrial 7an 3 *,"""."" 2","""."" 1" *""."" 2,""".""
?orking Chair 2" 2,8"."2 3<,$"".3" 2" 118.*" 2,8"."2
.ndustrial 5cissors $ 1*"."" 1,2""."" * - -
TOTA( 745<=F8.59 19<447.8=
84 | P a g e
In)ire!t Too" an) EB*ipment
INDIRECT TOO(S AND EAUI'MENT
+dministrative ;(pense
'ro)*!t an) er-i!e
EB*ipment Unit
Cot per
*nit Tota" !ot (ife
Depre!iation per
*nit
Tota"
Depre!iation
9ffice table
3 1,*38."" !,18!."" 1" 1*3.8" 1,*38.""
7illing cabinet
1 1,<<."" 1,<<."" 1" 1<.<" 1,<<.""
Cocker
1 3,8$.*2 3,8$.*2 1" 38.$* 3,8$.*2
9ffice chair
2 2,*88."" *,18$."" 1" 2*8.8" 2,*88.""
7a( 1achine
1 ,"""."" ,"""."" * !""."" ,""".""
Counge couch
1 2,$""."" 2,$""."" 1" *!"."" *,!"".""
Counge Table
1 2,2""."" 2,2""."" 1" 33"."" 3,3"".""
.ndustrial 6ack
2,1$1.*< !,*33.<1 1" 3!.1 3,!.13
/rinter
2 !,3"!.*3 12,$1."$ * 1,2$1.1 !,3"!.*3
7ire e(tinguisher
* 1,!""."" ,2""."" * - -
;mergency light
1,"38."" 2,"8$."" 1" 2"8.$" 2,"8$.""
?all clock
2 138.<* 288.*" * - -
Trash bin
! *"."" 2,1""."" 1* - -
?ater Dispenser
1 2,$!1.3 2,$!1.3 * - -
Telephone
38*."" 1,3$*."" * - -
Calculator
38*."" 1,3$*."" * - -
Lero( machine
1 11,"""."" 11,"""."" * 2,2""."" 11,""".""
Desktop Computer
3 2","""."" $","""."" * 3,"""."" 2",""".""
Total
,7=<489.17 99<5=,.14
85 | P a g e
Safety S*pp"y %it E@pene
SA#ETY %IT
14,6
ATY. CotMUnit Tota" !ot
+lcohol 1" * *"."""
+mmonia * 3" 2""."""
band aid * bo(es 12 !"."""
0etadine * " 1*"."""
clean gloves 1" * *"."""
cotton ball 2 2" 3"."""
elastic bandage 2(* 1pc. * *" 2*"."""
gau,e roll 1pc. * * 1<*."""
gau,e sterile 3 ( 3 * !" ""."""
hydrogen pero(ide * 2* 12*."""
mask disposable 12 * !"."""
med. +mo(icilin 1 bo( * 2*"."""
med. 1efenamic 1 bo( * 2*"."""
med. /aracetamol 1 bo( 3 1*"."""
tape 1>2 3 1" 3"."""
triagular bandage * " 1*"."""
TOTA( 1<944.444
'ro2e!te) Safety %it E@pene
YEAR 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
5afety 5upply Kit 2,!""."" 2,!""."" 2,!""."" 2,!""."" 2,!"".""
86 | P a g e
VII. DE'RECIATION O# EAUI'MENT
5chedule of Depreciation of Direct Tools and ;)uipment
Depre!iation of Dire!t Too" an) EB*ipment
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
Depreciation of ;)uipment 2!,""3.*8 2!,""3.*8 2!,""3.*8 2!,""3.*8 2!,""3.*8
5chedule of Depreciation of .ndirect Tools and ;)uipment
Depre!iation of In)ire!t Too" an) EB*ipment
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
Depreciation of .ndirect Tools and
;)uipment
!!,<81.2" !!,<81.2" !!,<81.2" !!,<81.2" !!,<81.2"
87 | P a g e
VIII. INCOME STATEMENT #OR YEARS 14,6$14,5
88 | P a g e
89 | P a g e
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
Sa"e /hp
$,2<",2*3."$
/hp
$,!$,<!!.<$
/hp
8,11<,8**.2"
/hp
8,*<,$*2.8!
/hp
1","*2,*3*.!"
Cot of &oo) So")
Dire!t Materia"
*8<,!"".""

!2<,3$".""

!*$,$*3.""

!81,<8!.<"

<2!,$!.*
Dire!t (a+or
1,$,2$$.""

1,<$,3!.!3

1,318,<$8.<

1,3!2,$.32

1,*"!,2*3.82
TOTA(
1,8*,$$$.""

2,""*,81!.!3

2,"<$,!3.<

2,1*3,1$".12

2,22,!31.3*
O-erhea)
In)ire!t Materia"
1*1,!*!.23

1*8,28."*

1!<, 2"1.""

1<*, *!1."*

1$3,8.1"
In)ire!t (a+or
81<,$!$.""

83*,3"3."3

8<,<!!.1!

1,""2,8<8.13

1,","!$.*1

Rent

*3",""".""

*!<,""".""

*8*, *".""

!2*, 11<.*"

!*!, <.*
Depre!iation$
EB*ipment

2!,""3.*8

2!,""3.*8

2!,""3.*8

2!,""3.*8

2!,""3.*8
TOTA(
1,!*,*2$.$

1,!8<,!3<.!$

1,<!2, 21.<*

1,$28, !!2.2$

1,$88, <$*.**
TOTA( COST O#
&OOD SO(D

,*<1,31!.$

,<",*!3.2

,$3". 8!*.3$

,8$, $32.3"

3,12, 32<.""
&ROSS 'RO#IT 'hp
7<9=F< F65.18
'hp
7<=F4<141.79
'hp
8<159< =F=.51
'hp
8<8=4< 4,4.89
'hp
8<=14< ,,F.94
(e. Se""ing an)
A)minitrati-e
Offi!e
S*pp"ie

$!,3"!.""

8",<2!."

8*,2!2.!1

1"","2*.<3

1"*,"2<."2
'a!kaging
E@pene

<!,"2.""

<8,$.!"

$,$2*.2$

$$,"1!.**

82,31<.<
A)-ertiing
1"8,""".""

1",**".""

8$,<2.*"

8,3*.$<

$$,<$1.1<
Sa"arie
1,**,3".""

1,8!,""".2"

1,3<,$$".2"

1,3$1,"1!.!"

1,*2*,33<."8
3*ine
an) (i!ene
'ermit

18,"2*.""

18,"2*.""

18,"2*.""

18,"2*.""

18,"2*.""
Uti"itie
E@pene

1!",28*.3"

1!$,1".1<

1<!,<2*.!<

1$*,*!1.8*

183,$3"."3
Depre!iation$
In)ire!t
EB*ipment

!!,<81.2"

!!,<81.2"

1$, "<.$3
Depre!iation$
Reno-ation

*,38".""

*,38".""

*,38".""

*,38".""

*,38".""

Emp"oyerK SSS
Contri+*tion

12*,<12.""

12*,<12.""

12*,<12.""

13,2"$.""

13,2"$.""
Emp"oyerK
90 | P a g e
'hi"hea"th
Contri+*tion
3!,*""."" 3!,*""."" 3!,*""."" 3$,8""."" 3$,8"".""
Emp"oyerK
'ag$I+ig
Contri+*tion

21,""".""

21,""".""

21,""".""

21,""".""

21,""".""
Tota" Operating
E@pene

2,1"1,*81.!"

2,1*,"$$.3<

2,1*<, $!<.1"

2,2"!,!8<.<1

2,2!*,1*.!8
In!ome +efore Ta@ 'hp
1<8=5<178.98
'hp
1<F15<,,6.==
'hp
6<,,=< ,11.91
'hp
6<6F6< 6,1.F8
'hp
6<987< =F1.=,
Ta@ E@peneI68;J
8"8,"*.8<

8$8, 3$8.$8

1,"81, !82.81

1,1$3, 1*8.38

1,2<8, 233."1
Net I!ome after
Ta@

,<9FF<14=.9F

,<F65<917.,4

1<415< 71=.5,

1<,==< ,86.69

1<658< 56F.=4
IX. CAS/ #(OLS #OR YEAR 14,6$14,5
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
CAS/#(OL #ROM O'ERATIN& ACTIVITIES
Cah Sa"e
91 | P a g e
$,2<",2*3."$ $,!$,<!!.<$ 8,11<,8**.2" 8,*<, $*2.8! 1","*2,*3*.!"
'*r!hae of Dire!t Materia"
#*8<,!"".""'

#!2<,3$".""'

#!*$,$*3.""'

#!81,<8!.<"'

#<2!,$!.*'
'*r!hae of In)ire!t
Materia"

1*1,!*!.23

1*8,28."*

1!<, 2"1.""

1<*, *!1."*

1$3,8.1"
'ayment of S*pp"ie
$!,3"!.""

8",<2!."

8*,2!2.!"

1"","2*.<

1"*,"2<.""
'ayment of 'a!kaging
E@pene

<!,"2.""

<8,$.!"

$,$2*.2$

$$,"1!.**

82,31<.*
'ayment of A)-ertiing
E@pene

1"8,""".""

1",**".""

8$,<2.*"

8,3*.$*

$$,<$1.1*
'ayment of Sa"arie
,!11,38!.""

,<18,$3".!*

,$1,3*.<*

,83!,<$.31

3,"!3,<!8.<$
'ayment of Uti"itie
1!",28*.3"

1!$,1".1<

1<!,<2*.!"

1$*,*!1.$"

183,$8.$8
Remittan!e of SSS
Contri+*tion

11*,2!.""

11*,2!.""

11*,2!.""

12,"23.""

12,"23.""
Remittan!e of 'hi"hea"th
Contri+*tion

32,!2*.""

32,!2*.""

32,!2*.""

33,$2*.""

33,$2*.""
Remittan!e of 'ag$I+ig
Contri+*tion

18,2*".""

18,2*".""

18,2*".""

18,2*".""

18,2*".""
'ayment for Rent
*3",""".""

*!,<""".""

*8*, *".""

!2*, 11<.*"

!*!, <.*
'ayment for In!ome Ta@e
*8",$<.$

8!1,3$".8*

1,"**,821.3<

1,1*1,<8!.<<

1, 23*, 8!3.3
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'ayment for 3*ine 'ermit
18,"2*.""

18,"2*.""

18,"2*.""

18,"2*.""

18,"2*.""
TOTA( Operating E@pene
!,118,3$*."$

!,!$8, !8<.8*

!,8<*,1$*.3

<,2<8,83."$

<,*$2,"2.*
NET CAS/ #(OL from
Operating E@pene

2,1*",<*8.""

1, 883, "!$.$

2,132,<!8.!$

2,28,81$.$<

2,3<",*1."<
CAS/ #(OL #ROM INVESTIN&
'*r!hae of Dire!t EB*ipment
3"<,8$*.<!
'*r!hae of In)ire!t
EB*ipment

1*1,!*!.23
Reno-ation
*3,8"".""
NET CAS/ #(OL from
In-eting A!ti-itie

#813,*32.""'
CAS/ #(OL #ROM #INANCIN&
93 | P a g e
Capita"
2,1"",""".""
NET INCREASE IN CAS/
1,2!, 21<.""

1, 883, "!$. $

2,132,<!8.!$

2,28,81$.$<

2,3<",*1."<
Cah< 3eginning
,!, 21<.""

*,", 2$*.$

<,3, "**.*1

8,<!!, 8<3.$
Cah< En)ing 'hp
6<669< 1,5.44
'hp
8<664<1F8.56
'hp
5<756<488.8,
'hp
=<599<=57.6F
'hp
,1<165<7F5.77
X. 3A(ANCE S/EET #OR YEARS 14,6$14,5
ASSETS 14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
C*rrent Aet
Cah
Tota" C*rrent Aet
,!,21<.""

*,",2$*.$

<,3<,"**.*1

8,<!!,8<3.$

12,2<,3$<.83
Non$!*rrent Aet
Dire!t EB*ipment
3"<,8$*.<!

$1,8$1.1<

**,8<!.*$

28,8<1.88

",8!<.3"
(e. A!!*m*"ate) Depre!iation
2!,""3.*8

2!,""3.*8

2!,""3.*8

2!,""3.*8

2!,""3.*8
TOTA(
$1,8$1.1<

**,8<!.*$

28,8<1.88

",8!<.3"

2<<,8!2.$1
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Other EB*ipment
1*1, !*!.23

$3,$!*."3

1$, "<.$3
(e. A!!*m*"ate) Depre!iation
!!,<81.2"

!!,<81.2"

1$, "<.$3
TOTA(
$3, $!*."3

1$,"<.$3
Reno-ation

*3,8"".""

18,31".""

2$,82".""

23$,3".""

212,83".""
(e. A!!*m*"ate) Depre!iation
*,38".""

*,38".""

*,38".""

*,38".""

*,38".""
TOTA(
18,31".""

2$,82".""

23$,3".""

212,83".""

1<<,3*".""

5F6<189.1,

985<754.71

85F<74,.==

8,9<=45.74

788<7,1.F,
TOTA( ASSETS 'hp
7<,11<756.15
'hp
8< =FF< 189.18
'hp
F< 48,<785.94
'hp
,4<1F6<FF,.9F
'hp
,1<9=1<=44.,8
(IA3I(ITIES AND
CA'ITA(
(IA3I(ITIES.
SSS 'aya+"e
1",3<!.""

1",3<!.""

1",3<!.""

11,1$3.""

11,1$3.""
'hi"hea"th 'aya+"e
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,$<*."" ,$<*."" ,$<*."" 3,"<*."" 3,"<*.""
'ag$I+ig 'aya+"e
1,<*".""

1,<*".""

1,<*".""

1,<*".""

1,<*".""
In!ome Ta@ 'aya+"e
1$,1!2.*8

3!,21.3<

$2, "8.11

313,3**.$

33<, <*.3"
Tota" (ia+i"itie

3,2!.*8

!2 ,322.3<

8$, 183.11

31,3!3.$ 3!3, <33.3"
CA'ITA(
'ai)$*p Capita"
2,1"",""".""

,<$8,2"8.!$

*,!2*,$.<$

<,!*,2!.38

8,$*2, 31!.$*
A)).Net In!ome
1,!$$,2"8.!$

1,$<,!23.1"

2,"2<,328.<1

2,188,1*.!

2,<*,<$.8"
TOTA( CA'ITA(
,<$8,$88.!"

*,!2*,$.<$

<,!*,2!.38

8,$*2, 31!.$*

12, 2$$,1**.<*
TOTA( (IA3I(ITIES AND
CA'ITA(
'hp
7<,11<756.15
'hp
8< =FF< 189.18
'hp
F<48,<785. 94
'hp
,4<1F6<FF,.9F
'hp
,1<9=1<=44.,8
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XI. Statement of !hange in Capita"
C/AN&ES IN CA'ITA(
14,6 14,7 14,8 14,9 14,5
'artner ,
0eginning

<*,""".""

1,2!,3!3.$!

1,8<$,12!.*3

2,<",8$$.*3

,3<,22.*8
+ddA Net
.ncome

*8",$<.8

!3,1!$.33

<"8,!"".3"

<!8,<".!$

$1,*"$.!2
En)ing

,<618<F56.6=

,<=9=<966.64

1<9F5<519.=6

6<756<9=1.11

7<647<561.1,
'artner 1
0eginning

<*,""".""

1,2!,3!3.$!

1,8<$,12!.*3

2,<",8$$.*3

,3<,22.*8
+ddA Net
.ncome

*8",$<.8

!3,1!$.33

<"8,!"".3"

<!8,<".!$

$1,*"$.!2
En)ing

,<618<F56.6=

,<=9=<966.64

1<9F5<519.=6

6<756<9=1.11

7<647<561.1,
'artner 6
0eginning

!",""".""

1,1!,8!8.$$

1,!8*,*<."

2,1<,<"3.3!

2,8<<,"3$.<8
+ddA Net
.ncome

*"!,3!2.8"

**1,2$<.2

!"$,22$.81

!*8,<3!."1

<12,<21.!<
En)ing

,<,69<791.=4

,<9FF<185.,,

1<646<598.=7

1<=55<784.75

6<9F=<554.79
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TOTA(
'hp
6<5FF<14=.9F
'hp
8<915<816.54
'hp
5<95=<1,=.F,
'hp
=<=17<F67.=4
'hp
,1<1==<167.FF
XII. Ana"yi of Ratio
#inan!ia" (e-erage Ratio
Tota" (ia+i"itie
3,2!.*8 !2 ,322.3<
8$,
183.11
31,3!3.$ 3!3, <33.3"
Di-i)e) +y Tota" Aet
/hp3,122,3<.2<
*, 8$$,
2*!.2*
$, "*1,3*<.!" /hp1",2$,$$1.!$ /hp12,!82,8"".1*
De+t Ratio
"."$ "."! "."* "."3 "."!
NaDe2o4s ris% in ban%rupcy is
)o*.
Tota" Capita"
2,
1"",""".""
/hp
,<$$,2"8.!$
/hp
*,!2<,*2.<"
/hp
<,!<8,218.$1
/hp
8,823,$3.8"
Di-i)e) +y Tota" Aet
/hp3,122,3<.2<
*, 8$$,
2*!.2*
$, "*1,3*<.!" /hp1",2$,$$1.!$ /hp12,!82,8"".1*
EB*ity Ratio ".*1 ".! ".< ".<* ".<$
5,e o*ners ,as increasin&
proportion in asset
Tota" (ia+i"itie
3,2!.*8 !2 ,322.3<
8$,
183.11
31,3!3.$ 3!3, <33.3"
Di-i)e) +y Tota" Capita"
2,
1"",""".""
/hp
,<$$,2"8.!$
/hp
*,!2<,*2.<"
/hp
<,!<8,218.$1
/hp
12,288,23.$$
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De+t of Capita" Ratio

".1!

".1"

".<"

"."!

"."3
5,e decerase in equity ratio
imp)ies a &ood capita)
structure
XIII. 'ay+a!k perio)
'ay+a!k 'erio) ? Tota" In-etmentM A-erage Ann*a" 'rofit
Total .nvestment 2,1"",""".""
+verage +nnual Net .ncome /hp 2,"2*,!1.1*
/ayback /eriod ,.47
XIV. #INANCIA( ASSUM'TION
+ll sales throughout every year are on cash basis.
5traight line method is used for the computation of Direct and .ndirect ;)uipment with no salvage values.
Ftilities ;(pense increased *% annually.
5alaries of employees& increase % annually.
6ent ;(pense increase *% annually.
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So!io$E!onomi!
Ape!t
100 | P a g e
Creating an entrance in the industry and building a large consumer demand for the
product is the primary goal of NaDeCo Co. +side from that, the Company also envisions itself
to contribute in the socio-economic development of the country. Therefore, NaDeCo Co. would
focus its goals not only on its own personal gain but with the benefits it could impart to the
economy and society.
I. SOCIA( ALARENESS
NaDeCo Co. has the privilege to encourage social awareness by creating a product
that is sustainable, re-usable and environment friendly. The company also wants to convey
eco-consciousness to the society and giving credits and importance to the manufacturers& of
Nata de Coco. +lso, the company wants to promote up cycling or giving a higher value to used
materials.
II. ECONOMIC &AIN
4eneral partners will be able to generate profit that can serve as the source of their
income.
The government as well, can obtain income from the company through ta(
contributions. These ta(es can support programs and further government services.
III. EM'(OYMENT A3I(ITY
The company intends to provide -obs to )ualified individuals. This will allow
improvement in standard of living. +s the demand of the product increase, more labourers
would be needed to sustain production thereby more -ob opportunities would be available.
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Appen)i!e
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