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ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by oshobar(m): 2:52pm On May 22, 2013
Establishing a Pure (Sachet) water Business in Lagos

Introduction

According to Darlington Oweh, “A smart investor knows that the best product to deal on is the product in high demand, that automatically placed pure water production business “investor’s choice” any time. The demand doesn’t seem to go down very soon as it has become the most credible alternative means of getting anything close to clean drinkable water for the average Nigerian”

What you need to get started

Factory site (must not be located near a cemetery, refuse dump, fuel depot, septic tanks and pit latrines)
Register your business name
Sink a borehole
Install overhead tanks (a reservoir to supply water to the distillation system)
Install distillation system
Get NAFDAC registration
Automatic sealing machine (get the one that can seal about 40 sachets per minute
Nylon materials
Logo and product name printed on nylon material
Labor
Operator (1) for a start
Driver (1) for a start
Motor Boys (2)
Packer (2)
Cleaner (1)
Truck for distribution
Power Generating set- 25KVA
Running cost of between N 200,000 or thereabout for six months running


Start-up Costs

Factory site (4 bedroom bungalow) must be fenced around Lagos area: N400,000 to N450,000 annually
Business registration with CAC: N25,000 –N30,000 annually
Overhead tank: Between N25,000 and N30,000
Borehole: N250,000 in Lagos
NAFDAC Requirements
Automatic sealing machine: N350,000 to N400,000 depending on the capacity.
Nylon materials: (This will be contracted to a maker; the first price is usually more because of the designing and printing of logo)
Printing names and logo on nylon
Labor:


Operator (1) for a start: N10,000 monthly
Driver (1) for a start: N2,000 per loading
Motor Boys (2) : N1,500 per loading
Packer (2): N1,500 per packing
Cleaner (1): N9,000 per month
Truck (Tokunbo): N900,000 to N1million (This price is not fixed, you can ask a car dealer for price list of trucks)
Power Generating set: (There are several makers which determine the price, check this link for price list:


Sales
One automatic sealing machine and one delivering van at 100% utilization will produce 40 sachets of pure water per minute which is equivalent to 120 bags in one hour.

You can produce between 500 to 700 bags with one machine in a day of your operator works for 4-5 hours per day.

If a bag is sold for N100
500 bags X N100 per bag = N50,000 per day
N50,000 X 28 working days = N1,400,000
One year = N1,400,000 X 12= N16,800,000

Need a copy of our Start up Manual?


Visit http://gidibusinessmen.blogspot.com/2013/05/establishing-pure-sachet-water-business.html

Best Regards.
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by oshobar(m): 7:12pm On May 22, 2013
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Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by oshobar(m): 5:34pm On May 23, 2013
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Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by Manweysabi(m): 9:52pm On May 23, 2013
Just like that? undecided
you try, but you get sweet mouth sha.
see as u just calculate make everything look very easy. BTW, it is not detailed undecided
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by oshobar(m): 3:07pm On May 24, 2013
Its indeed more complex and just like every field has its own controllable challenges. I'll recommend the Start Up manual if you want a broader view of the industry. I started mine with it.
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by Nairaplus(m): 4:18pm On May 24, 2013
oshobar: Establishing a Pure (Sachet) water Business in Lagos

Introduction

According to Darlington Oweh, “A smart investor knows that the best product to deal on is the product in high demand, that automatically placed pure water production business “investor’s choice” any time. The demand doesn’t seem to go down very soon as it has become the most credible alternative means of getting anything close to clean drinkable water for the average Nigerian”

What you need to get started

Factory site (must not be located near a cemetery, refuse dump, fuel depot, septic tanks and pit latrines)
Register your business name
Sink a borehole
Install overhead tanks (a reservoir to supply water to the distillation system)
Install distillation system
Get NAFDAC registration
Automatic sealing machine (get the one that can seal about 40 sachets per minute
Nylon materials
Logo and product name printed on nylon material
Labor
Operator (1) for a start
Driver (1) for a start
Motor Boys (2)
Packer (2)
Cleaner (1)
Truck for distribution
Power Generating set- 25KVA
Running cost of between N 200,000 or thereabout for six months running


Start-up Costs

Factory site (4 bedroom bungalow) must be fenced around Lagos area: N400,000 to N450,000 annually
Business registration with CAC: N25,000 –N30,000 annually
Overhead tank: Between N25,000 and N30,000
Borehole: N250,000 in Lagos
NAFDAC Requirements
Automatic sealing machine: N350,000 to N400,000 depending on the capacity.
Nylon materials: (This will be contracted to a maker; the first price is usually more because of the designing and printing of logo)
Printing names and logo on nylon
Labor:


Operator (1) for a start: N10,000 monthly
Driver (1) for a start: N2,000 per loading
Motor Boys (2) : N1,500 per loading
Packer (2): N1,500 per packing
Cleaner (1): N9,000 per month
Truck (Tokunbo): N900,000 to N1million (This price is not fixed, you can ask a car dealer for price list of trucks)
Power Generating set: (There are several makers which determine the price, check this link for price list:


Sales
One automatic sealing machine and one delivering van at 100% utilization will produce 40 sachets of pure water per minute which is equivalent to 120 bags in one hour.

You can produce between 500 to 700 bags with one machine in a day of your operator works for 4-5 hours per day.

If a bag is sold for N100
500 bags X N100 per bag = N50,000 per day
N50,000 X 28 working days = N1,400,000
One year = N1,400,000 X 12= N16,800,000

Need a copy of our Start up Manual?


Visit http://gidibusinessmen.blogspot.com/2013/05/establishing-pure-sachet-water-business.html

Best Regards.


Incomplete analysis. Where is your Point-of-Entry (POE) Cost?
That is just one of the few things you omitted. I can see more.

Also, in analysis, you start with the worst case scenario, then allow reality to give better scenarios.

It took me weeks to draft a Full Feasibility Study on the Packaged Water Business, and it's sure not as scanty as what you have put up here.

Don't drive people into this business with poor information. This is a multi-million Naira venture.
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by dripstoil: 11:41pm On Sep 20, 2013
First of all, my name is Darlinton Omeh, not Darlington Oweh. I know it's a spelling error.

You just mentioned my name and wrote what comes into your mind thereafter? grin

Anyone who is Interested in Pure Water Business in Nigeria Should read the complete list of requirements on WealthResult.com

http://www.wealthresult.com/2013/09/How-to-Start-Pure-Water-Business-in-Nigeria.html

Feel Free to comment after reading, I'll be there to respond to your comments

Cheers!

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Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by Ephraimyte(m): 6:52am On Oct 26, 2013
Nairaplus:

Incomplete analysis. Where is your Point-of-Entry (POE) Cost?
That is just one of the few things you omitted. I can see more.

Also, in analysis, you start with the worst case scenario, then allow reality to give better scenarios.

It took me weeks to draft a Full Feasibility Study on the Packaged Water Business, and it's sure not as scanty as what you have put up here.

Don't drive people into this business with poor information. This is a multi-million Naira venture.
Nairaplus:

Incomplete analysis. Where is your Point-of-Entry (POE) Cost?
That is just one of the few things you omitted. I can see more.

Also, in analysis, you start with the worst case scenario, then allow reality to give better scenarios.

It took me weeks to draft a Full Feasibility Study on the Packaged Water Business, and it's sure not as scanty as what you have put up here.

Don't drive people into this business with poor information. This is a multi-million Naira venture.
Thanks you so much.
He made it look as if its that simple... I'm a supervisor/operator and know how this business works.
Its a very stressful business. If one is not careful, the business will packup.
Many have tried and failed, just because they fail to study, strategize and plan before they jump into the business.
There are many factors to look at.
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by EdDave(m): 2:17pm On Oct 27, 2013
Factor in that FG wants to place a ban on satchet water as from January next year.
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by IRIENBOY(m): 3:14pm On Oct 27, 2013
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Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by tundebj(m): 8:17pm On Oct 27, 2013
Ephraimyte: Thanks you so much.
He made it look as if its that simple... I'm a supervisor/operator and know how this business works.
Its a very stressful business. If one is not careful, the business will packup.
Many have tried and failed, just because they fail to study, strategize and plan before they jump into the business.
There are many factors to look at.
infact any one that folow dat type of analysis is blnd. Ur expectd roi is baseless, u dd nt factor any ... Bros, wher is ur busines servicin?
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by udemzyudex(m): 5:37am On Oct 28, 2013
Lol...... which operator will collect #10k from u in a month...

what about the moudo, filter and the machine that boil/warm the water?they are important too.. washing ur tank every month
if u don't av a perfect plan ,to compete with others then forget it cos u won't mk good money.. only if u will sell for 50-55 to get customers, which I think will not be allowed cos those who are into this biz av an association that check the price at which they sell...

a bag of pure water is #60 now while some sell for #55 to get customers
remember the packing back is costlier than the pure water nylon...


if you no get money... I mean good money no try am
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by allen0000(m): 10:14am On Dec 29, 2013
PLEASE I WANT TO START A PURE/SACHET WATER COMPANY AND A BOTTLED WATER COMPANY, CAN SOMEONE TELL ME WHAT IT WILL TAKE TO START UP A PURE/BOTTLED WATER COMPANY, PLEASE WRITE EVERYTHING TO INCLUDE RUNNING COST, NUMBER OF PEOPLE TO EMPLOY AND THEIR POSITION IN REGARDS TO THE WATER BUSINESS, HOW MUCH I CAN PAY THEM MONTHLY, MAINTENANCE COST. URGENT NEED. PLEASE EMAIL ME THE DETAILS TO MY INBOX: ebby22ng@yahoo.com
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by bholler: 2:58pm On Oct 24
Hi dripstoil,

You are the best man for my project. Can you please inbox me on abiola@trisatcom.net. I will appreciate your swift response.

Regards
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by pavelgold: 6:03pm On Oct 31
pls i nid a nafdac building plan paulosagiealbert@gmail.com
Re: ANALYSED COST OF RUNNING A PURE WATER BUSINESS IN NIGERIA + START-UP MANUAL by millhouse: 4:24pm On Nov 18
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