FLEXIBLE MODULAR PARTITION &

MODULAR DESK TABLE SYSTEM

A Business Plan
submitted in partial fulfillment of
the requirements for the
Degree of Bachelor of Technology
Under XXX
By

XXX
XXX

Under the guidance

XXX

ABSTRACT
The Indian plastic industry has registered an exponential growth and at a higher rate
than the plastics industry worldwide. Its development has been striking given the fact
that the plastic industry itself has remarkable progress world wide. Today’s life
without plastic is unthinkable. The industry has outpaced all other industries in India.
This is hardly surprising given that the use of plastics has infiltrated all sectors of the
economy. The plastic industry in India offers a world of opportunities.

This Business plan aims at setting of a manufacturing industry for producing flexible
plastic furniture system. The main products will be flexible modular partition and
modular desk table system available in a wide range of styles and colours. This range
is tough and durable ideally suited for seating arrangement in offices, homes, gardens,
restaurants, audio labs, conference halls, pool side libraries or just anywhere. It is
environment friendly and will substitute the use of wood and rot iron.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
We express our deep sense of gratitude to, XXX Project Advisor, for his valuable
guidance and constant unfailing encouragement for completing this project.
We are also grateful to our friends for tirelessly and patiently pursuing us to finish this
report without whose help completion of the project report was the next thing to
impossible.
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Last, but not the least, We give our sincere thanks to XXX, for giving us the
opportunity and creating a nice work environment for us to complete our Business
Plan report within the stipulated period of time.
Finally, I would like to thank Mr. XXX for providing us proper environment for the
completion of the report.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABSTRACT...................................................................................................................1
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.............................................................................................2
TABLE OF CONTENTS...............................................................................................3
1. GENERAL INFORMATION....................................................................................6
1.1 ENTREPRENUER PROFILE ............................................................................6
1.2 TYPE OF THE PRODUCT / SERVICES .........................................................6
4. MARKET POTENTIAL ...........................................................................................9
4.1. Present Demand and Supply of the Product........................................................9
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4.2 Competition..........................................................................................................9
4.3 Target Clients.......................................................................................................9
4.4 Marketing Strategy...............................................................................................9
5. MANUFACTURING PROCESS............................................................................10
5.1 Technical Know-how Availability.....................................................................10
5.2 Step by Step Description of the Manufacturing Process:...................................10
6. PRODUCTION SCHEDULE..................................................................................13
6.1 Number of Working Days per Annum...............................................................13
6.2 Number of Working Shifts.................................................................................13
6.3 Installed Capacity(annual)..................................................................................13
6.4 Utilized capacity (%)..........................................................................................13
7. DETAILS OF THE PROPOSED PROJECT...........................................................14
7.1 Land and Building..............................................................................................14
7.2 Machineries / Equipments..................................................................................14
7.3 Miscellaneous Fixed Assets...............................................................................14
7.4 Preliminary and Pre Operative Expenses...........................................................14
7.5 Sales Revenue....................................................................................................15
Year......................................................................................................................15
Items.....................................................................................................................15
Rate per unit
(Rs)............................................................................................15
Quantity sold per year..........................................................................................15
Sales Realization (Rs)..........................................................................................15
1st ........................................................................................................................15
Partitions...............................................................................................................15
Tables ..................................................................................................................15
2599......................................................................................................................15
4553......................................................................................................................15
3240......................................................................................................................15
2160......................................................................................................................15
1,82,55,240...........................................................................................................15
2nd........................................................................................................................15
Partitions...............................................................................................................15
Tables...................................................................................................................15
2612......................................................................................................................15
4613......................................................................................................................15
3510......................................................................................................................15
2340......................................................................................................................15
1,99,62,540...........................................................................................................15
3rd.........................................................................................................................15
Partitions...............................................................................................................15
Tables...................................................................................................................15
2710......................................................................................................................15
4758......................................................................................................................15
4050......................................................................................................................15
2700......................................................................................................................15
2,38,22,100...........................................................................................................15
4th ........................................................................................................................15
Partitions...............................................................................................................15
Tables...................................................................................................................15
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2735......................................................................................................................15
4772......................................................................................................................15
4320......................................................................................................................15
2880......................................................................................................................15
2,55,58,560...........................................................................................................15
5th.........................................................................................................................15
Partitions...............................................................................................................15
Tables...................................................................................................................15
2752......................................................................................................................15
4789......................................................................................................................15
4860......................................................................................................................15
3240......................................................................................................................15
2,88,91,080...........................................................................................................15
total.......................................................................................................................15
11,64,89,520.........................................................................................................15
7.6 Raw materials.....................................................................................................15
7.7 Utilities...............................................................................................................16
7.8 Salaries/Wages ..................................................................................................17
7.9 Repairs and Maintenance-Monthly....................................................................17
7.10 Selling and Distribution Expenses-Monthly....................................................17
7.11 Administrative Expenses-Monthly:..................................................................17
7.12 Interest-Annual.................................................................................................18
Loan amount (Rs).....................................................................................................18
Interest (Rs)..............................................................................................................18
Installment................................................................................................................18
Balance (Rs).............................................................................................................18
75,00,000..................................................................................................................18
5,94,300....................................................................................................................18
3,19,399.45 pm.........................................................................................................18
60,00,000..................................................................................................................18
7.13 Depreciation.....................................................................................................18
8. WORKING CAPITAL (One Month) ......................................................................18
9. TOTAL COST OF THE PROJECT.........................................................................20
.............................................................................................................................20
10. MEANS OF FINANCE.........................................................................................21
11. PROFITABILTY PROJECTIONS ......................................................................22
12. BREAK EVEN POINT ........................................................................................23

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT

1. GENERAL INFORMATION
Name of the Entreprenuers:
XXX
XXX

Proposed Project:
This business plan deals with production of flexible modular
partition and modular desk table system

Major Product / Services:
Our company will manufacture flexible furniture system using
Polyurethane Sandwich panels. It will substitute wooden and wrought iron furniture.

Proposed Locations:
Office : Plot A/24, Saileshree Vihar, Bhubaneswar
Plant site : Plot 4532/56, Patia, Bhubaneswar

Type of Organization:
Manufacturing group.

1.1 ENTREPRENUER PROFILE
1.2 TYPE OF THE PRODUCT / SERVICES
1.

Type of the Project :
Flexible Modular Partition & Modular Desk Table System

ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT

2. Product / Services Description :
Type : Intermould furniture available in a wide range of styles
and colours made up of Polyurethane Sandwich panels.
Quality : Tough , durable and environment friendly.
Properties :
-inert to bacterial growth.
-moisture repellent.
-light in weight.
-can bear reasonable weight upon it.
-can be easily assembled and dismantled.
-takes smaller space with larger volume.
-good looking.
Uses :
(a) Flexible Modular Partition :It is used for making small separate room in the office.
It is used in the Desk for making partition.
(b) Modular Desk Table System :This is used specially in the office for individual Table
with lock system Desk in which essential papers can be kept for long storage with
safe.
3. Major Consumers :
Offices ,homes ,restaurants, educational institutes

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4. MARKET POTENTIAL

4.1. Present Demand and Supply of the Product
Nowadays flexible office furniture is becoming more popular and its demand is
increasing day by day. This is a product new to market so the public is not aware of
the plus points of these products over the normal plastic accessories. In near future it
is going to have high demand as these have higher durability, better sustainability to
high temperature as they are made up of advanced plastic called hi-tech plastic and
take smaller space with larger volume. These products can be used everywhere
including houses, offices, restaurants, conference halls etc. So, this product will take a
bright future.

4.2 Competition
Godrej, Neelkamal and Supreme Furnitures

4.3 Target Clients
Initially we aim to capture the Bhubaneswar market and then expand our sale all over
Orissa.

4.4 Marketing Strategy
Most of the marketing will be done through television and paper media.
Articles about this revolutionary product, can be published in newspapers , describing
its benefits and advantages.
Our USP will be the features of the product: flexibility, environment friendly and
cheaper than its substitutes.

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5. MANUFACTURING PROCESS
5.1 Technical Know-how Availability
A knowledge of Material Science and Manufacturing Science is required to know the
best possible way to manufacture the product. Besides this the use of latest design
process as “Computer Aided Design” and “Computer Aided Manufacturing” are
being used for the development of designs.

5.2 Step by Step Description of the Manufacturing Process:
Polyurethane Sandwich panels are composite rigid panels, comprising in-situ filled
polyurethane foam core, sandwiched between two metal skins, in a single step
manufacturing process. Panels are in modular section that is connected easily to each
other by a special integral taking system to enable quick and simple assembly and
dismantling.
(1) Flexible Modular Partition :1. Take proper size of P.S. Sheet.
2. Cut it according to size require mentioned
3.Join it by plastic welding process or screwed it for double or triple flexible Sheet.
4.Partition is ready

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Suppose we have made a partition of two sides of area one side 6' x 4' and another
side 4' x 4'. Available sheet of length 2' x 2' and 2 mm thick. On the above case for
area 6' x 4', we have to take six number of 2' x 2' area sheets. Weld the six sheets
horizontally and in parallel to make a compact partition otherwise weld only 2 sheets
together to make one partition and then joined 3 portion by scerwing method for
folding each partition.Now on the same way make another partition of size (4'x4').
Join the two portion by screwing for removing or easy handling.
(2) Modular Desk Table System
1.Take P.S. sheet of proper size and thickness
2.Weld 4 legs in 4 corners of the sheet
3. Previously prepared molded cabinet of appropriate size is welded with the table one
side open.
4.Previously prepared desk with lock system is attached with the table or assembled
into the cabinet.
5.Table is ready.

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For example, take a sheet of size 75 cm. x 45 cm. of 5 mm thickness made of P.S.
Now weld or screw 4 legs of height 60 cm. Now previously prepared molded cabinet
of size 30 cm x 45 cm x 45 cm is welded with the table one side open. In the cabinet
there is a three partition each of 15 cm, a head attached with 1 cm, width angle on 4
sides. Now previously prepared desk with lock system put in side the Cabinet attached
with the table or assembled the desk inside the cabinet of the table.

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6. PRODUCTION SCHEDULE
6.1 Number of Working Days per Annum
The Firm will remain open for all weekdays i.e. Monday to Saturday except on
public and National holidays.

6.2 Number of Working Shifts
There will be three working shift i.e from 6am to 2pm, 2pm to 10pm and 10pm to
6am.

6.3 Installed Capacity(annual)
Flexible Modular Partition: 5400 nos.
Flexible Modular Desk Table: 3600 nos.

6.4 Utilized capacity (%)
I - Year
- 60%
II - Year
- 65%
III - Year - 75%
IV- Year
- 80%
V – Year - 90%

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7. DETAILS OF THE PROPOSED PROJECT
7.1 Land and Building
Sr. No.
1.

Particular
Land

Area Required
10,000sqft

Total Value
Rs. 6,79,200

Remarks
Land on a 70
year lease

2.

Building

2,000sqft
Total:

Rs. 2,13,425
Rs. 8,92,625

7.2 Machineries / Equipments
Sr. No.

Description

Nos. Required

Rate(Rs.)

Total Value(Rs.)

1.

Plastic welding

6

30,048

1,80,288

2.

machine
Drilling

8

2,012

16,896

3.

beads)
Injection molding

5

15,428

77,140

4.

machine
Miscellaneous

-

-

20,000

Total:

2,94,324

machine(with drill

7.3 Miscellaneous Fixed Assets
Sr. No.

Description

Nos. Required

Rate(Rs.)

Total Value(Rs.)

1.

Furniture

Tables(4),Chairs(4),

-

31,160

2.

Computers

Stools(10),sofa set
2

15,000

30,000

3.

Split AC

2

25,000

50,000

4.

Design expenses

-

-

52,000

Total:

1,99,160

7.4 Preliminary and Pre Operative Expenses

Sr. No.

Particulars

Amount (Rs.)

Remarks

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1.

Interest during

5,94,300

implementation

14% compound
interest pm on
75lacs 5 year loan.

2.

Establishment

12,34,350

Expenses
3.

Start-Up Expenses

4.

Misc Expenses

1,20,810
45,625
T

otal

19,95,085

7.5 Sales Revenue
Year

Items

Rate per unit

Quantity

(Rs)

1st
2nd
3rd
4th

5th

Sales

sold

Realiz

per

ation

year

(Rs)

Partitions

2599

3240

Tables

4553

2160

Partitions

2612

3510

Tables

4613

2340

Partitions

2710

4050

Tables

4758

2700

Partitions

2735

4320

Tables

4772

2880

Partitions

2752

4860

Tables

4789

3240

2,88,91,080

total

11,64,89,520

1,82,55,240
1,99,62,540
2,38,22,100
2,55,58,560

7.6 Raw materials
Sr.
No

Items

Quantity

Rate(Rs)

Total value(Rs)

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1.

P.S. sheets for

200

15/sqft

72,000

150

21/sqft

18,900

partition(6’*4’)
2.

P.S. sheets for
tables(3’*2’)

3.

Cabinet

180

104/piece

18,720

4.

Desk

160

54/piece

8,640

5.

Screws & Cobza

20 kg

6.

Stand, Angle of

150

21/kg
36/piece

420
5,400

1’’ ,2.5’ height
made by resin
plastic
total

1,24,080

7.7 Utilities
Sr. No.
Particulars
1.
Power/Electricity
2.

Water

3.

Coal/Oil/Stream

Expenditure(Rs)
40,380
1,696
Total

42,076

Remarks

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7.8 Salaries/Wages
Sr.

Particulars

No.

No.

Wages/Salaries per

Annual

1.

Skilled

10

Month(Rs.)
1,20,000

Expenses(Rs)
14,40,000

2.

Semi Skilled

30

1,50,000

18,00,000

3.

Unskilled

15

45,000

5,40,000

4.

Office Staff

10

42,000

5,04,000

Total

3,57,000

42,84,000

7.9 Repairs and Maintenance-Monthly
Sr.

Particulars

Amount(Rs)

No.
1.
2.
3.

Machineries maintenance
Building maintenance
Vehicle maintenance
total

1,000
550
2,400
3,950

7.10 Selling and Distribution Expenses-Monthly
Sr.

Particulars

Amount(Rs)

Remarks

No
1.

Publicity Expenses

8,000

Hoardings,pamphlets,ads
in magazines etc.

2.

Traveling

2500

3.

Freight

12,000

4.

Commission

7,900

5.

Misc

4,000
34,400
Total

7.11 Administrative Expenses-Monthly:
Sr.
No.

Particulars

Amount(Rs.)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT

1.

Stationary and printing

7,080

2.

Post/Telephone/Fax

6,000

3.

Guest entertainment expenses

1,040

4.

Misc.

1,250
Total

15,370

7.12 Interest-Annual
Loan amount (Rs)
75,00,000

Interest (Rs)
5,94,300

Installment
3,19,399.45 pm

Balance (Rs)
60,00,000

7.13 Depreciation
Sr.
No.
1.
2.
3.

Type of Asset

Cost of Asset

Depreciation

Amount

2,13,425
2,74,324

(WDV)
10%
33%

21,342.50
90,526.92

50%

99,580

Total:

2,11,449.42

Building
Plant and
machinery
Moulds and

1,99,160

Equipments

8. WORKING CAPITAL (One Month)
Sr. No.
1.

ITEM
Raw-Material

Rs.
1,24,080

2.

Salary/Labor

3,57,000

3.

Administrative expenses

17,140

4.

Repairs and maintenance expenses

3,950

5.

Selling and Distribution expenses

34,400

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9. TOTAL COST OF THE PROJECT

Sr. No.
1.

Particulars
Fixed Capital

Total Value(Rs.)
11,58,265

2.

Working Capital

64,38,840

3.

Preliminary & Pre-operative Expenses

19,95,085

4.

Cost escalation and Contingencies

1,21,562

Total 97,13,752

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10. MEANS OF FINANCE
Sr. No.

Particulars

Amount

1.

Own Investment

(Rs.)
25,00,000

2.

Term Loan

75,00,000

Remarks

Five year loan @
14% pm

Total: 1,00,00,000

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11. PROFITABILTY PROJECTIONS

Sr. No.

Particulars

1.

Sale Realization

2.

Cost of Manufacturing/

Amount (Rs.)
1,82,55,240

Servicing
i) Raw Material

14,88,960

ii) Utilities

5,04,912

iii) Salaries/Wages

42,84,000

iv) Repairs & Maintenance

47,400

v) Selling & Distribution

4,12,800

Expenses
vi) Administrative Expenses

1,84,440

vii) Preliminary and pre-operative expenses

19,95,085

viii) Interest

5,94,300

ix) Depreciation

2,11,449.42
Total

9351826.42

A

Annual Working capital

64,38,840

B

Annual Interest on loan

5,94,300

C

Annual Depreciation

2,11,449.42

3.

Gross Profit/Loss(1-2)

89,03,413.58

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12. BREAK EVEN POINT
Break Even Point = (Fixed Cost*100)/(Fixed Cost + Profit)
= 11.51

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