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Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel)
Pre-Feasibility Study of an Automobile Repair &
Service Workshop
March-2015
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Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel)
PPRROOJJEECCTT PPRROOFFIILLEE
A. PPuurrppoossee ooff tthhee DDooccuummeennttss...
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population of Bangladesh. These factors coupled together reflect on the growin...
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D. PPrrooppoosseedd BBuussiinneessss LLeeggaall SSttaattuuss
Although the lega...
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22.. PPrrooppoosseedd PPrroodduucctt MMiixx
A typical Auto Repair Workshop is ...
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Timing Light 2 12,000
Battery Charger 1 7,000
Compression Gauge 1 6,000
Others...
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HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING
Equipment Number Estimated Cost (BDT)
High Pressure Cle...
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55..22 OOffffiiccee FFuurrnniittuurree && EEqquuiippmmeenntt
A total of BDT 80...
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The following table gives the details for the proposed technical labor that fo...
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the Service Engineer would then allocate the job and ensure its timely complet...
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77.. RReevveennuuee && CCoosstt PPrroojjeeccttiioonnss
77..11 G r o s s MMaarr...
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The Auto Workshop involves construction cost which translates into three main
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The technical labor costs form an integral part of the cost of sales for the p...
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Item Assumption(s)
Sales Increase 15 % per year
Increase in Cost of Sales 10 %...
8. Revenue & Cost
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9. Projected Income Statement
Projected Income Statement (BDT) Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5 Year6 Year7 Year8 Year9 Year1...
10. Projected Balance Sheet
Projected Balance Sheet (BDT) Year 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Year 7 Year 8 Y...
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Feasibility study of an Automobile Repair & Service Workshop in aspects of Bangladesh Market

Feasibility study of an Automobile Repair & Service Workshop

  1. 1. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) Pre-Feasibility Study of an Automobile Repair & Service Workshop March-2015 Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel)
  2. 2. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) PPRROOJJEECCTT PPRROOFFIILLEE A. PPuurrppoossee ooff tthhee DDooccuummeennttss This document is developed to provide the entrepreneur with potential investment opportunity in setting up and operating an Auto Repair & Service Workshop offering various services. This pre-feasibility gives insight into various aspects of a Workshop setup including both technical and general information for each particular service offered. The document is designed to provide all relevant details to facilitate the entrepreneur in making the correct decision providing various technological as well as business alternatives. The document also allows flexibility in change of various parameters to suit the customized needs of the entrepreneur. BB.. PPrroojjeecctt BBrriieeff The Auto Repair market has a lot of competition, almost all offer repair and service features. Very few have fully stocked parts owing to the problem of tied up capital in case of non-utilization of these parts. However, quick availability of parts supports the service and repair departments by allowing them to turnaround jobs at a faster rate than the competition. Wheel alignment and balancing facilities are also provided by many large scale workshops along with their primary services. The proposed pre-feasibility addresses the unmet need of having a quality auto repair Workshop that provides: (i) Quick and quality repair & maintenance services; (ii) Wheel Alignment and Balancing Facilities (iii) High Pressure Cleaning Services; and (iv) Easy access to new and used retail parts to meet the demands of the customer. B. OOppppoorrttuunniittyy RRaattiioonnaallee The Auto Repair & Service Workshop business is a viable business provided that it is operated with a good business acumen that involves having a thorough knowledge and experience of the repair and service operations and also managing the jobs with the right type of skilled manpower. When these factors combine with good customer relationship management and effective business development skills, the business is expected to give considerable profits which are expected to grow over the years. C. Market Entry Timing The Bangladeshi automobile industry has registered a considerable growth over the past couple of years. It was further estimated that the car industry experienced a growth rate of 51.4% signifying an increasing demand for cars which is expected to continue in the future. Furthermore, increasing competition between leasing companies have caused the lease rates to decline considerably which have made car an affordable commodity for a majority of the middle-income class which constitutes a considerable segment of the
  3. 3. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) population of Bangladesh. These factors coupled together reflect on the growing need for quality repair and service facilities. Unlike many countries, the Bangladeshi car industry is unique in the sense that once the car comes on the road it is expected to run for an indefinite period requiring major repair and maintenance services throughout its operational life. Moreover there is a considerable demand for wheel alignment and wheel balancing services, which is required by almost every car, whether new or old. The roughness of the roads and continuous friction causes a continuous disruption to the alignment and balancing of the wheels which require adjusting at least once every two weeks for proper upkeep and maintenance. Conclusively it can be said that there exists an ample demand for quality repair and service workshops in Bangladesh and also that the existing scenario provides conducive opportunities for entry into this business venture. C. KKeeyy SSuucccceessss FFaaccttoorrss oorr PPrraaccttiiccaall TTiippss ffoorr SSuucccceessss The three main critical success factors that affect the decision to invest in the proposed business setup are: i) Hands on Experience Having a thorough knowledge and hands on experience of all the relevant technical details is a must for entry into this business. Relevant work experience is the most important pre-requisite because it has a direct impact on the successful management of the business. ii) Marketing Skill Another critical factor is that the entrepreneur must have effective PR & marketing skills. These marketing skills should enable the entrepreneur to carryout business development activities to target his potential customers and also to maintain his existing client base. iii) Technical Skill The third critical factor relates mostly to technical skills required especially for operating computerized Wheel Alignment & Balancing machines and high pressure cleaning equipment. The machine operators should be properly trained in order to completely inspect steering and suspension systems, take computer measurements, make factory adjustments to restore alignment specifications. In case of unskilled workers handling these equipment, there will be loss of time, equipment and most important of all unsatisfactory service leading to customer dissatisfaction.
  4. 4. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) D. PPrrooppoosseedd BBuussiinneessss LLeeggaall SSttaattuuss Although the legal status of business tends to play an important role in any setup, the proposed Auto Repair & Service Workshop is assumed to operate on a sole proprietorship basis which may extend to partnership in case of addition of new services that might add significant business to the existing setup. 11.. PPrroojjeecctt IInnvveessttmmeenntt This section will provide the total cost of the project. ITEM COST (BDT) Construction – Office / Store 4,25,000 Construction – Service Stations 1,50,000 Masonry/ decoration Work 50,000 Mechanical Repairs Equipment 90,000 Denting Equipment 100,000 Painting Equipment 30,000 Wheel Alignment Machine 4,00,000 Wheel Balancing Machine 64,000 High Pressure Cleaning Equipment 550,000 Piston Pump/ Lift 250,000 Spare Parts Purchases 80,000 Lubricant Purchases 25,000 Working Capital 600,000 Pre Operating Costs 50,000 Office Furniture & Equipment 80,000 Total Cost 2,944,000
  5. 5. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) 22.. PPrrooppoosseedd PPrroodduucctt MMiixx A typical Auto Repair Workshop is assumed to provide the following four major services: (i) Mechanical, and (ii) Denting & Painting (iii) Wheel Alignment & Balancing (iv) High Pressure Cleaning The following table presents an overview of the proposed main services to be offered under the first two major categories identified above: MECHANICAL DENTING & PAINTING CNG Back-up , Repair and Services, Cosmetic Repair Major Repairs Accidental Repair Body Restoration Services 33.. RReeccoommmmeennddeedd PPrroojjeecctt PPaarraammeetteerrss Capacity Human Resource Equipment Location 450 Cars / Month 2 (Management) 17 (Technical Staff) Chinese High Income Locality Financial Summary Project Cost IRR NPV Payback Period Remarks 2,944,000 37% BDT 14,879,579 2 Years & 5 months Positive 44.. EEqquuiippmmeenntt RReeqquuiirreemmeenntt The equipment required for running an Auto Workshop would relate to the activities that the workshop tends to undertake. In this case, the equipment required would be as follows: MECHANICAL REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE Equipment Number Estimated Cost (BDT) Complete Mechanical Toolbox 2 26,000 Work Bench 2 5,000 Vice 2 9,000 Tool Box Cupboard 1 5,000 Voltmeter / Ammeter 2 5,000
  6. 6. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) Timing Light 2 12,000 Battery Charger 1 7,000 Compression Gauge 1 6,000 Others - 15,000 Total 90,000 DENTING Equipment Number Estimated Cost (BDT) Denting Toolbox 2 20,000 Mechanical Toolbox 1 13,000 Pressure Jack (Large) 1 30,000 Gas Cylinder 1 6,000 Carbide Tank 1 3,000 Welding Kits 2 6,000 Drill Machine (Hand) 2 3,000 Puller Jack 1 4,000 Others - 15,000 Total 100,000 PAINTING Equipment Number Estimated Cost (BDT) Painting Compressor (2 hp; 1k lbs) 1 15,000 Spray Gun (Small) 1 3,000 Spray Gun (Large) 1 4,000 Pipe 1 1,000 Others - 7,000 Total - 30,000
  7. 7. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING Equipment Number Estimated Cost (BDT) High Pressure Cleaner (including Piston Pump) 1 550,000 Piston Pump 1 250,000 Total - 800,000 WHEEL ALIGNMENT & BALANCING Equipment Number Estimated Cost (BDT) Complete Computerized Alignment Equipment (Including Heads, Disc plates etc.) – A Class 1 4,00,000 Computerized Wheel Balancing Machine 1 64,000 Total - 4,64,000 55 LLAANNDD &BBUUIILLDDIINNGG RREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTT 55..11 Land RReeqquuiirreemmeenntt The proposed Auto Workshop setup is assumed to operate in 1,500 sq. yards that allows ample space for Denting & Painting and Mechanical services and also for general parking services for walk-in customers. Mechanical Works – 800 Sq. Yards Denting & Painting – 300 Sq. Yards Wheel Balancing & Alignment – 200 Sq. Yards High Pressure Cleaning – 200 Sq. Yards
  8. 8. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) 55..22 OOffffiiccee FFuurrnniittuurree && EEqquuiippmmeenntt A total of BDT 80,000 is required for purchase of office furniture and related equipment. The following table gives an assumed breakup: OFFICE FURNITURE Item Number Estimated Cost (BDT) Table & Chair Set (Manager) 1 10,000 Table & Chair Set (Customer Service) 1 5,000 Air Conditioner (Split Unit) 1 30,000 Waiting Chairs 10 10,000 Sofa Set for Customers 1 15,000 Curtains / Interior Decoration - 10,000 Total 80,000 The Office Furniture & Equipment will be depreciated at the rate of 10% per annum according to the diminishing balance method for the projected period. 66. HHUUMMAANN RESOURCERREEQQUUIIRREEMMEENNTT GENERAL MANAGEMENT Designation / Type Number Monthly Salary (BDT) Branch-In charge 1 - Accountant cum Customer care 1 7,500 (10-12 hours) Purchaser / Store Keeper 1 7,000 Office Assistant 1 5,500 Guard 1 5,500 (Night Duty Only)
  9. 9. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) The following table gives the details for the proposed technical labor that forms the integral part of the cost of sales: JOB / DUTY ALLOCATION Designation / Type Number Monthly Salary (BDT) Service Engineer 1 15,500 CNG BACK-UP AND MECHANICAL REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE Designation / Type Number Monthly Salary (BDT) Technician 1 12,000 Assistant technician 1 8,000 Jr. Technician 1 5,000 DENTING Designation / Type Number Monthly Salary (BDT) Head Technician(Denting) 1 14,000 Asst. Technician(Denting) 1 8,000 Jr. Technician (Denting) 1 5,000 PAINTING Designation / Type Number Monthly Salary (BDT) Head Technician (Painting) 1 12,000 Asst. Technician (Painting) 1 8,000 Jr. Technician (Painting) 1 5,000 Total 15 118,000 The Service Engineer would be responsible for checking and diagnosing the customer’s car to ascertain any additional repairs / replacements that might not have been identified by the customer. Once the estimates and repair / replacement work is agreed with the customer
  10. 10. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) the Service Engineer would then allocate the job and ensure its timely completion. The Service Engineer would also be required to check the cars (trial run) before delivering them to the customers. The total monthly salary of the technical staff would amount to BDT 131,500 and is assumed to increase by 10% per annum. WHEEL ALIGNMENT & BALANCING Designation / Type Number Monthly Salary (BDT) Operator (Service Engineer) 1 Included Assistant Operator ( Tech) 1 Included HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING Designation / Type Number Monthly Salary (BDT) Assistant Technician 1 8,000 Jr. Technician 1 5,000 Total 4 13,000
  11. 11. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) 77.. RReevveennuuee && CCoosstt PPrroojjeeccttiioonnss 77..11 G r o s s MMaarrggiinnss The following table gives the Gross Margins for the proposed services: SERVICE GROSS MARGIN Denting & Painting 40 % SERVICE GROSS MARGIN Cosmetic Touchups Accidental Repairs Full Body Restoration 13 % 43 % 30 % CNG Backup,Auto Repairs & Service 27 % Maintenance Services Major Repairs 33 % 14 % Wheel Alignment & Balancing 94 % Alignment Balancing 93 % 94 % High Pressure Cleaning 77 % Overall 57% 77..22 MMaarrggiinnss oonn PPaarrttss // LLuubbrriiccaannttss // SSeerrvviicceess The Auto Workshop being a service oriented setup charges a margin on each of the products it uses and services it provides. The following table presents the breakdown of the margin: SERVICE MARGIN Spare Parts 35.0 % Lubricants 12.5 % Subletting 25.0 % It is assumed that the cost of parts, lubricants and sublet service is expected to increase at the rate of 10 % per annum for the projected period. 77..33 Construction CCoosstt
  12. 12. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) The Auto Workshop involves construction cost which translates into three main components as follows: The cost for masonry will be as follows: MASONRY WORK FOR BAY AREAS Item Bay Areas Estimated Cost (BDT) Mechanical Work (Duct & Ramp) 10 80,000 Denting 4 20,000 Painting 4 20,000 Total 14 120,000 66..44 CONSTRUCTION COST FOR WHEEL ALIGNMENT / BALANCING & PRESSURE CLEANING Item Estimated Cost (BDT) Wheel Alignment & Balancing( Base making ) 90,000 Scissor Lift for Alignment 4,000,00 High Pressure Cleaning (RAMP) Included Total 490,000 (Note: For wheel alignment there should be at least a minimum space of 5 feet from the front & back end of the car and a space of 2 feet at the sides for flexibility in operating the machine) 77..44 UUttiilliittiieess RReeqquuiirreemmeenntt The following table presents the assumed breakup of utilities on a monthly basis: UTILITY MONTHLY CHARGES () Electricity 12,000 Water 2,000 Telephone 2,000 Entertainment 1,500 Total 17,500 It is assumed that utilities expenses will increase by 10% every year. 77..55 Labor AAllllooccaattiioonn CCoossttss
  13. 13. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) The technical labor costs form an integral part of the cost of sales for the proposed Auto Workshop. This makes it difficult to trace the labor costs specifically to the services offered since a person can work on more than one function at one time. For the purpose of this study the following breakup of labor costs are considered according to the workload based on the number of cars for a particular type of service: Labor Cost per Car (BDT) Denting & Painting Repairs/CNG Backup Monthly pay Cosmetic Accident Restoration Minor Major Mechanical 25,000 - - - 12,500 12,500 Denting 27,000 - 19,500 7,500 - - Painting 25,000 16,000 3,500 5,500 - - Engineer 15,500 3,875 3,875 3,875 3,875 3,875 Total 92,500 19,875 26,875 16,875 16,375 16,375 Cars (Estimated) 6 7 2 100 5 Labor Costs 3,312.5 3,839.27 8,437.5 163.75 3,275 77..66 WWoorrkkiinngg CCaappiittaall && PPrree OOppeerraattiinngg CCoossttss It is estimated that an additional amount of approximately BDT 600,000 will be required as cash in hand to meet the working capital requirements / contingency cash for the initial stages. The requirement is based on the utilities and salaries expenses for at least three months. The following table gives the break up. ITEM 3 MONTHS COST (BDT) Utilities 52,500 Salaries 394,500 Total 447,000 The provision for pre operating costs is assumed to be BDT 50,000 which will be amortized equally over a 5 year period. 77..77 KKeeyy AAssssuummppttiioonnss
  14. 14. Prepared by: Engr. Md. Imam Hossain (Rubel) Item Assumption(s) Sales Increase 15 % per year Increase in Cost of Sales 10 % per year Increase in Staff Salaries 10 % per year Increase in Utilities (Electricity/Water/ Gas) 10 % per year Increase in Office Expenses 10 % per year Depreciation o Building & Masonry Work 10 % per annum (Diminishing Balance) o Technical Equipment 10 % per annum (Diminishing Balance) o Office Furniture & Equipment 10 % per annum (Diminishing Balance) o Wheel Alignment & Balancing 10 % per annum (Diminishing Balance) o Piston Pump /Car Lift 10 % per annum (Diminishing Balance) o High Pressure Cleaning Straight Line 33 % per year High Pressure Cleaning Maintenance Cost 25 % of Cost Price High Pressure Cleaning Replacement 4 years
  15. 15. 8. Revenue & Cost MONTHLY REVENUE / COST SCHEDULE Item Revenue / Fee Charged (BDT) Gross Cost of Sales (BDT) Margin (%) Fee Charged (BDT) Estimated Cars Revenue Material Labor Spare Parts Lubricants Subletting Total Cost Denting & Painting 480,000 283,902 40% Cosmetic Touchup (3 Piece Patching & Paint) Accidental Repairs Full Body Restoration 5,000 50,000 50,000 6 7 2 30,000 350,000 100,000 1,000 20,500 10,000 3,312.50 3,839.27 8,437.50 - 2200 7,700 - 616 1,263 - 1020 3,000 25,875 13.75% 1,97,226 43% 60,801 30% Mechanical /CNG Repairs 620,000 453,400 27% General Repairs/CNG Major Repairs 4,200 40,000 100 5 420,000 200,000 - - 163.75 3,275 1,714 18,600 500 2525 437 10,000 281,400 33% 172,000 14% TOTAL 1100,000 737,302 33%
  16. 16. 8. Revenue & Cost MONTHLY REVENUE / COST SCHEDULE Item Revenue / Fee Charged (BDT) Gross Cost of Sales (BDT) Margin (%) Fee Charged (BDT) Estimated Cars Revenue Material Labor Spare Parts Lubricants Subletting Total Cost Wheel Alignment / Balancing 29,000 1,800 94% Wheel Alignment Wheel Balancing 1500 1400 10 10 15,000 14,000 - - 100 80 - - - - - - 1,000 93% 800 94% High Pressure Cleaning 1,00,000 22,500 77% High Pressure Cleaning TOTAL 400 250 1,00,000 1,29,000 40 50 - - - 22,500 77% 24,300 81%
  17. 17. 9. Projected Income Statement Projected Income Statement (BDT) Year1 Year2 Year3 Year4 Year5 Year6 Year7 Year8 Year9 Year10 Revenue Denting & Painting Genera l Repairs / Maintenance Wheel Alignment & Balancing High Pressure Cleaning Net Sales Cost of Sales 1,4748000, 1,6960200 1,9504230 2,2429864 25,794344 29663495 34113020 39229973 45114469 51881639 5,760,000 6,624,000 7,617,600 8,760,240 10,074,276 11,585,417 13,323,230 15,321,714 17,619,971 20,262,966 7,440,000 8 ,556,000 9,839,400 11,315,310 1 3,012,606 14,964,497 17,209,172 19,790,547 22,759,130 2 6,172,999 3,48,,000 4,00,200 4,60,230 5,29,264 6,08,654 8,04,945 1 ,064,539 1,224, 220 1,407,854 1,619,032 12,00,000 1,380,000 1,587,000 1,825,050 2,098,807 2,413,628 2,775,672 3,192,023 3,670,827 4,221,451 14,563650 16,746197 19,260,427 22,149,490 25,471,914 29,292,701 33,686,607 38,739,598 44,550,538 51,233,118 9,139,224 10,053,146 11,058,461 12,164,307 13,380,737 14,718,811 1 6 ,190,692 17,809,762 19,590,738 21,549,812 5,424,426 6,693,051 8,201,966 9,985,183 12,091,177 14,573,890 17,495,915 20,929,836 24,959,800 29,683,306 37% 40% 43% 45% 47% 52% 52% 54% 56% 58% 306,000 336,600 370,260 407,286 448,024 448,014 492,816 542,097 596,307 665,938 210,000 231,000 254,100 279,510 338,207 372,027 409,230 450,153 495,169 544,685 60,000 66,000 72,600 79,860 87,846 96,631 106,294 116,923 128,615 141,477 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 - - - - - 91,667 45,833 - 100,833 50,417 - 110,917 55,458 - 122,008 185,500 204,050 224,455 246,900 271,590 298,749 328,624 361,487 397,635 437,399 - - - - 863,167 893,483 931,415 1,124,389 1,206,084 1,215,421 1,447,881 1 ,526,118 1,617,726 1,911,507 4,561,259 5,799,568 7,270,551 8,860,794 10,885,093 13,358,469 16,048,034 19,403,718 23,342,074 27,771,799 1,092,273 1 , 255,964 1, 444,532 1,661,211 1,910,393 2,96,9521 2,526,495 2,905,469 3,341,290 3,842,483 3,468,986 4,543,604 5,826,019 7,199,583 8,974,700 10,388,948 13,521,539 16,498,249 20,000,784 23,929,316 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3,468,986 4,543,604 5,826,019 7,199,583 8,974,700 10,388,948 13,521,539 16,498,249 20,000,784 23,929,316 Gross Profit Gross Profit Margin General Administrative & Selling Expenses Salaries Utilities Expense Office Miscellaneous & Traveling Expenses Amortization of Preliminary Expenses Maintenance Expense Depreciation Expense Subtotal Operating Income VAT Expenses (7.5%) Earnings Before Taxes Tax Net Profit Monthly Profit After Tax 289,082 378,633 485,501 599,965 897,470 865,745 1 , 126,794 1 , 374,854 1,666,732 1,994,109
  18. 18. 10. Projected Balance Sheet Projected Balance Sheet (BDT) Year 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Assets Current Assets Cash & Bank Balance 447,000 670,500 1,106,325 1,637,361 1,729,247 2,497,959 3,996,518 5,098,701 6,925,086 8 ,993,303 10,687,949 Accounts Receivable (Net) 0 83,775 93,828 105,087 117,698 131,822 147,640 165,357 185,200 207,424 232,315 Lubricants & Spare Parts Inventory 105,000 115,500 127,050 139,755 153,730 169,103 186,013 204,615 225,076 247,584 272,342 Total Current Assets 552,000 869,775 1,327,203 1,882,203 2,000,675 2,798,884 4,330,171 5,468,673 7 ,335,362 9,448,311 11,192,606 Fixed Assets Building & Workshop 625,000 562,500 506,250 455,625 410,062 369,056 332,150 298,935 269,042 241,137 217,924 Technical Equipment 220,000 198,000 178,200 160,380 144,342 129,908 116,917 105,225 94,703 85,233 76,709 Office Furniture 80,000 72,000 64,800 58,320 52,488 47,239 42,515 38,264 34,437 30,994 27,894 Machinery 1 ,014,000 912,600 821,340 739,206 665,285 598,756 538,881 484,499 436,493 392,844 353,559 Total Fixed Assets 1,939,000 1,745,100 1,570,590 1,413,531 1,272,177 1,144,960 1,030,464 927,417 834,675 751,208 676,087 Intangible Assets PreOperating Costs 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Assets 2,541,000 2,654,875 2,927,793 3,315,734 3,282,852 3,943,844 5,360,635 6,396,090 8,170,037 10,199,519 11,868,693 Owner's Equity 1,023,500 1,258,310 1,799,714 2,276,640 2,522,859 2,846,094 4,317,448 5,969,154 7,879,492 9,113,702 11,616,515 Long Term Liability 1,023,500 584,510 474,951 3 83,478 296,922 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Equity & Liabilities 2,047,000 1,842,820 2,274,665 2,660,118 2,819,781 2,846,094 4,317,448 5,969,154 7,879,492 9,113,702 11,616,515
  19. 19. 11. Projected Statement of Cash Flows Projected Statement of Cash Flows (BDT) Year 0 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year10 Cash Flow From Operating Activities Net Profit 0 3 , 468,986 4,543,604 5,826,019 7,199,583 8,974,700 10,388,948 13,521,539 16,498,249 20,000,784 23,929,316 Add: DepreciationExpense 0 185,500 204,050 224,455 246,900 271,590 298,749 328,624 361,487 397,635 437,399 Amortization Expense 0 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 0 0 0 0 0 (Increase) / decrease in receivables (83,775) (10,053) (11,259) (12,610) (14,124) (15,819) (17,717) (19,843) (22,224) (24,891) (Increase) / decrease in inventory (15,000) (16,500) (18,150) (19,965) (21,962) (24,158) (26,573) (29,231) (32,154) (35,369) Net Cash Flow From Operations 0 3,565,711 4,731,101 6,031,065 7,423,908 9,220,204 10,647,720 13,805,873 16,810,662 20,344,041 24,306,455 Cash Flow From Financing Activities Receipt of Long Term Debt 1,023,500 Repayment of Long Term Debt (438,990) (109,559) (91,473) (86,555) (296,922) Owner's Equity 1,023,500 (100,000) (200,000) (250,000) (250,000) (300,000) (450,000) (600,000) (800,000) (950,000) (1,200,000) Net Cash Flow From Financing Activities 6,047,000 (538,990) (309,559) (341,473) (336,555) (596,922) (450,000) (600,000) (800,000) (950,000) (1,200,000) Cash Flow From Investing Activities Capital Expenditure (625,000) Office Furniture (80,000) Technical Equipment (1,480,000) (605,000) (665,500) (732,050) Lubricant & Parts Inventory (105,000) Preliminary Operating Expenses (50,000) Net Cash Flow From Investing Activities (2,340,000) 0 0 0 (605,000) 0 0 (665,500) 0 0 (732,050) NET CASH FLOW 447,000 223,500 436,325 531,036 91,886 768,712 1,498,559 1,102,183 1,826,385 2,068,217 1,694,646 Cash at the Beginning of the Period 0 447,000 670,500 1,106,325 1,637,361 1,729,247 2,497,959 3,996,518 5,098,701 6,925,086 8,993,303 Cash at the End of the Period 447,000 670,500 1,106,325 1,637,361 1,729,247 2,497,959 3,996,518 5,098,701 6,925,086 8,993,303 10,687,949
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