Business Plan on Palm Oil Industry
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What is business plan?

A business plan is a formal statement of a set of business goals, the reasons why they are believed attainable, and the plan for reaching those goals. It may also contain background information about the organization or team attempting to reach those goals.

The business goals being attempted may be for-profit or non-profit. For-profit business plans typically focus on financial goals. Non-profit and government agency business plans tend to focus on service goals, although non-profits may also focus on maximizing profit. Business plans may also target changes in perception and branding by the customer, client, tax-payer, or larger community. A business plan having changes in perception and branding as its primary goals is called a marketing plan.

Externally

Externally focused plans target goals that are important to external stakeholders, particularly financial stakeholders. They typically have detailed information about the organization or team attempting to reach the goals. With for-profit entities, external stakeholders include investors and customers. External stake-holders of non-profits include donors and the clients of the non-profit’s services. For government agencies, external stakeholders include tax-payers, higher-level government agencies, and international lending bodies such as the IMF, the World Bank, various economic agencies of the UN, and development banks.

 Internally

Internally focused business plans target intermediate goals required to reach the external goals. They may cover the development of a new product, a new service, a new IT system, a restructuring of finance, the refurbishing of a factory or a restructuring of the organization. An internal business is often developed in conjunction with a balanced scorecard or a list of critical success factors. This allows success of the plan to be measured using non-financial measures. Business plans that identify and target internal goals, but provide only general guidance on how they will be met are called strategic plans.

Vision:

Sustainable palm oil: challenges, a common vision and the way forward .

Escalating Country demand for palm oil continues to drive rapid expansion of oil palm monocultures across the tropics. Whilst business is booming for the palm oil industry, providing a major source of employment and foreign exchange for producing nations, success is tainted by the extensive damage being inflicted on some of the richest ecosystems on earth.

This creates a complex challenge for biodiversity conservation. Insatiable demand for vegetable oil combined with high yields and profitability mean that oil palm expansion is set to continue, yet the predicted scale of expansion makes it a strong contender for the single greatest threat to biodiversity on the planet. How can these socio-economic and environmental goals be reconciled?

The focus of this symposium will be to define a common vision for integrating environmental and socio-economic goals for more sustainable palm oil production and to identify and catalyse the stakeholder actions necessary to achieve this. As a first step, key scientists, policy makers, NGOs and private sector representatives will review the science and practicalities of reconciling continued global oil palm expansion with biodiversity conservation and the maintenance of ecosystem functions. The second step will be to explore the processes, decisions and conditions necessary to make this common vision a reality, highlighting the roles of investors, policymakers, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, palm oil producers, retailers and NGOs.

 Mission:

  1. To continue our strategy of controlled growth and through improved management to continue to increase our net margin
  2. To increase client satisfaction, through improved reporting, accuracy, timeliness and estimates of cost and value, together with a better understanding of our Client’s needs
  3. Whilst maintaining our commitment to core water industry customers, continue to diversify into targeted markets in Energy, Rail & Scotland
  4. To learn how to formulate an effective Business Plan.
  5. To continue our strategy of controlled growth and through improved management to continue  increasing our net margin
  6. Operating the firm efficiently.
  7. Funding the firm.
  8. Seeking financing.
  9. Arranging strategic alliances.
  10. Obtaining large contracts.
  11. Testing the viability of our plans.
  12. Attracting key employees.
  13. Business plan can uncover omissions and/or weaknesses in our planning process.
  14.  To organize our thoughts and ambitions for our business venture.

 It can be used as a selling tool in dealing with important   relationships including our lenders, investors and banks

 Methodology

This is a business plan to establish a Palm oil business .  Now a day, palm oil  is a popular cooking oil  in Bangladesh. Palm oil  is also a profitable business because people used Palm oil in every day of his/her life. Our business plan is prepared by the queries of several Palm oil  industries. Some surveys have been conducted and some interviews were taken.

Activities

  • Missions to investigate opportunities in Suriname for sustainable palm oil. Key stakeholders in Suriname will be consulted and information on the business prospects of sustainable palm oil will be collected.
  • Missions to develop a business plan through a multi stakeholder approach. Consultations and expert meetings will be organized to agree on a draft business plan. This plan will be developed through collective efforts coordinated by KIT.
  • Sourcing of investment capital in Suriname and the Netherlands. Based on the business plan, investors will be approached for participation as shareholders.

SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT

 1.      Name of the Project                :           Fast Forward palm plant (Pvt.) Ltd.

2.      Business Type                         :           Palm Oil manufacturing company

3.      Form of Business                    :           Partnership

4.      Source of Finance                   :           Individual Capital & Bank Loan

5.      Product/Service

            (We sell)                      :           Palm oil & Kernel oil

6.      Product/Service

            (We Buy)                    :           Palm Plant, Fertilizer

7.      Brands                         :

8.      Number of Employees            :           50-60

9.      Main Customers                     :           Local market of Bangladesh

                                                            Soap Manufacturer in Bangladesh

10. Management Certification      :           HACCP ISO 9001:2000

 11. Location                                    :           Our project location is setting in;

Sub Project Area

Location

Project 1Ramu, Cox’s bazaar
Project 2Banderbans
Project 3Rangamati.

Figure-1:        Locations of the Business

Develop a business plan for sustainable production of palm oil in Suriname on rehabilitated plantations, integrating principles of corporate social responsibility.

What is Palm oil

Mainly palm oil is the cooking oil. Palm oil is an oil which is extracted from the fruit of the palm oil tree, an African palm which has been cultivated for centuries for its useful oil. In addition to palm oil, the palm oil tree also yields palm-kernel oil, which is extracted from the seeds. Pure palm oil is widely available in Africa and Southeast Asia, and sometimes in specialty markets in other places, and products which contain palm oil are also very common.

To extract palm oil, the fruit of the palm oil tree is collected and pressed, yielding a rich, dark-red oil which is high in carotene. When the oil is exposed to heat through processing and cooking, it rapidly loses the carotene, turning a pale creamy color. Producers of palm oil can sell the pure oil, or use a fractional distillation process to extract various components of the oil, which have a variety of uses.

 

Palm oil is high in saturated fat and it is often very close to solid at room temperature, unless it is specially treated. The high saturated fat also makes palm oil a great cooking oil, because it is able to withstand very high heat, and it will not break down or change when heated. However, this also makes palm oil a less than ideal oil, health wise, because saturated fat is generally believed to be harmful when consumed in large amounts.

Cheaply Palm oil

Many processed foods contain palm oil, which is viewed as a cheap, efficient, and highly stable oil by food manufactures. In addition to being used in cooking, palm oil can also be used in a number of industrial processes. Many cosmetics companies utilize palm oil as a cheap replacement for more expensive natural oils in things like soaps and moisturizers. Palm oil creates the desired texture without the expense, although it also lacks many of the beneficial compounds which make these products good for the skin.

View of a palm oil

The world largest suppliers of Palm oil are Malaysia, which produces 45% of the world’s supply and Indonesia (39%) These countries would supply up to 20% of the European Union’s biodiesel needs by 2010.[1][2]

    The strong growth in Palm oil consumption over the last six years has resulted in Palm oil being the dominant oil in the global market. As Soybean oil prices began to rise in 2001-02, the spread between Palm oil and Soybean oil began to widen, increasing the competitiveness of Palm oil in the world market. Since 2001-02, Palm oil consumption has increased 13.2 million metric ton, compared to an 8.7 MMT increase in Soybean oil consumption. This lower price, compared to other major oils, primarily Soybean oil, has given Palm oil a competitive advantage in both these large oil consuming countries. The rising trend is attributed also to making Trans Fatty Acid (TFA) label effective in the United States in January, 2006. The association of Palm oil companies (Gapki) predicted the prices of crude Palm oil (CPO) will hover around US$600 per ton this year and will not dive lower than US$550 per ton.

Process advantages Palm oil industry

Our company is used in latest invention in biodiesel production

 Our technology employs “hydrodynamic cavitations”, an industrial phenomenon, produced by pressure variations and obtained using the geometry of the system creating velocity variation. Cavitations itself perceived as “a technology of future”[2][9]; use of cavitations in chemical processes reduces reaction time, increases reaction yield and decreases  consumption of energy.

   The conventional techniques of biodiesel production typically utilize temperatures in the range of 70 to 200°C, pressures in the range of 6 to 10 atm and reaction times of up to 70 hours for achieving conversions in the range of 90 to 95%based on the type of raw material used (usually mixtures of fatty acids obtained as waste).   Use of hydrodynamic cavitations decreases reaction time and temperature to 70 min. and 30C respectively. So, use of cavitations reactor for production of biodiesel allows save up to 10 times on electricity

  1. 10.  Product items  :           Our Production Item  is setting in;

Items

Package

(In container)

Palm Oil

1,2,5&10kg

Kernel Oil

1000,2000&5000 Kg

 

Product Price:

 

1 kg

2kg

5kg

10kg

1000kg

2000kg

5000kg

Palm Oil

70tk

140tk

335tk

650tk

 

 

 

Kernel Oil

 

 

 

 

45000

88,000

220,000

 

            Palm oil 72000Kgs. Kernel oil 20000kgs.

 

Figure-2:        Product Item for Business

MANAGEMENT ASPECT

  1. 1.      Corporate Set – up: 
    1. 11.  Fast Forward palm plant (Pvt.) Ltd is a partnership business. In our project “Fast Forward palm plant (Pvt.) Ltd.” is a palm oil manufacturing organization. The Managing Director of the proposed project, Mr. X, is a renowned business man and has a lot of experience about consumer psychology. He has completed his PHD degree from Australia. Without these, he is related to different types of business like, manufacturing, construction and other export import related items. And it is also an important matter for us he is one of the large investor of our company.

Name of the Directors
Extent of Shareholding
Status
Mr. X                                                                                                                                                                                                    
30%
Managing Director
Mr. Y
40%
Director
Mr. Z
30%
Brand Ambassador
Figure-3:        Board of Directors

We expected that, we have enough ability to do well in our business. And we are very much hopeful because our Brand Ambassador Mr. Z is a famous cricketer in Bangladesh.

 The important duties of the partners are,

    i.            Justice, Faithfulness: True accounts, Full Information: Partners are bound to carry on the business of the firm to the greatest common advantages, to be just and faithful to each other, and to render true accounts and full information of all things affecting the firm to any partner or his legal representative. Sec-9

     ii.            Equality of losses: Subject to any contract to the country, partners are bound to pay the losses of the firm equally. Sec- 13(B)

    iii.            No private benefit: A partner cannot use the partnership properties directly or indirectly for his own benefit.

    iv.            NO secret profit: If a partner carries on any competing business of the firm, s/he shall account for and pay to the firm all profits made by him on the business. Sec-16 (B)

    v.            Unlimited liability: Every partner is liable for the acts of the firm done while s/he is a partner. The liability is joint and several. Sec-25

7. Decision making for every possibility will be done by Mr X , Managing Director of Fast forward palm industry. But, every partner has some right to act on behalf of the firm. He has express and implied authority.

8. Each partner has a chance to write down, the name of his authorized nominee (Wife, children, or third party). If anyone become disabling or incase of death, the authorized

people will get the amount of the invested money. As well as this contract will be broken down. The third party will not be treated as a partner.

9. If anyone become accuse of doing a bad situation, he must be punished based on the intensity of the impact. If it is high, he should be expelled from the business and this contract will be isolated.

2.      Legal structure of the proposed company:

The managing directors of the company select a structure about the power of selected employee. The structure will follow a chain of commend rules. Here manager will get the supreme power of the company. But every important issue will submit to the board of director. Where Managing director, departmental head and also advisor must have the right to give the opinion.

 

TECHNICAL   ASPECT

 

  1. 1.      Project Land & Location:

We try to form a Partnership business, which create a renowned brand. And for proper distribution of our product we will made seven factories in different location of our country. These are:

                       

Types of expenses Taka
Leasing2,00,00,000
Land preparation cost10,00,000
Palm plants import and plantation cost15,00,000
Total2,26,00,000

 

Figure-5:        Land Cost per Project

      2.Buildings:

For this business we need building or factory. That’s why in every project we should make 2 or 3 stories building. What we used for store room, production room, managers room, guest room, garage etc.

                                                                                                Tk: “000”

Sub Project AreaDescriptionTotal Cost (Tk.)
Project 13 Storey

7,000

Project 23 Storey

4,000

Total

 

24,050

Figure-6:        Building Cost per Project

 

3.Machinery & Equipment:

            For this project we need foreign and local machinery. We will purchase our foreign machinery from Italy. The machinery purchase from Italy, are:

                                                                                                                        Tk: “000”

Machine NameCost Per MachineQuantityTotal Cost
Vessel

 

50000

4

200000

Sterilizer

 

60000

3

180000

Stripper

 

55000

3

165000

Deacidification

 

30000

4

120000

Alkali Refiner

 

70000

1

70000

Alkali Nevtralizer

 

50000

1

50000

Earth bleacher

20000

2

40000

Refiner vessel –1

 

120000

1

120000

Refiner vessel-2

120000

1

120000

Total

  

1065000

Figure-7:        Machinery & Equipment Cost

Types of expenses Taka
Purchasing machines30,000,000
Setting up machines500,000
Purchasing delivery vans1,500,000
Total32,000,000

 

  • The total imported duty is (32000000*9%) 2880000 Tk.
  • We also purchase some local machinery which takes more then 50,000 Tk.
  • The amount of IDCP is 10,40,000 Tk.
  • The total amount ofMachinery & Equipment is 35920000 Tk.

Marketing Analysis

1.      Justification of setting up the business:

    We are living in the world of business. Business is the root of the economy activity and everything is encompassing it. Thinking about a business is like leading an adventure. However, we are going to take an adventure with palm oil. Every year we have to import huge quality of edible oil in which more then 40% is palm oil .Every year Bangladeshi government imports 1.2 million tones of edible oil costing gap proximately 5000croretk.Despite            the convenient weather support and huge potentiality to grow palm tree here. We import because we lack initiative to grow palm tree locally. Considering the need, we are planning to grow palm tree, manufacture palm oil, kernel oil and market them.

 2.      PEST Analysis

  • Political Analysis:

The political situation of Bangladesh is not enough good. The rules and regulations are always changed by changing a political leader. Moreover, Hortal, hindrance, procession and meeting in the road are also a big threat for the organization. As a result, it will very tough for the organization to predict the actual yearly revenue. But it is a matter of hope that, now a days political restless situation is decreasing day by day. And also government takes some initiative against Hortal, procession and meeting.

  • Economical Analysis:

The economical situation of Bangladesh is not so good. There is huge economical discrimination. In the upper class people of city area, the per capita income is very much high where our average per capita income is below 700$. In the rural area people have a very few knowledge about technology.  Moreover their income level is very much low. And that is why they are our main target consumer. For those people we offer economy size of oil pack. And we first invent the brand low price palm oil for the rural people.

  • Social Analysis:

Bangladeshi people are very much voluptuous. So Palm Oil is not a segmented product in Bangladesh. All classes of people have the ability to purchase on our product. So we segmented our product price by depending on consumer expenditure level. As a result we think that consumer will like our product. Again in winter  season the sales revenue of palm oil is very much high. Because, people always preference to purchase palm oil  for removing the thirstiness in this season..

  • Technological Analysis: 

Bangladesh is a developing country. So it is very tough for us to get all kind of technological support from Bangladesh. Moreover there have some shortage of skilled engineer for solving the technical problem. As a result we are bound to purchase our machinery from abroad.

 

4.Demand & Supply Analysis of palm oil  industry:

The demand of Palm oil  in Rural area  is very much high then the people of urban  area. Urban areas people are very much concern about brand. 33% rural people can not aware about a brand Cooking oil  where more then 92% people in urban areas people are very much concern about the brand of a cooking oil . So we can say that, in urban area we have Fixed 8% and in rural area 33% consumer can divert into our product, if we can full fill their demand easily. Without these in many area of Bangladesh people can not purchase an Soybeans  because of the high price. So decided that we will provide a economy price for the people of rural area.

 

Area/Location

Cooking oil Brand Market Share

Natural

Meizan

Pure

Others

Urban Area

56%

24%

12%

8%

Rural Area

40%

22%

5%

33%

Figure-10: Market Share of Different Brand

 

5.Detail Information on Local Supply:

In Bangladesh the raw materials of Palm Oil is not available. And the supplier company also ensures the quality of the raw material. The dealer of sub contract organization also ensured the quality of the product. But the availability of machinery of Palm Oil is not available in Bangladesh. So for setting up an Palm Oil factory it is necessary to purchase machinery from abroad.

  • Supply Gap:

In the below we mentioned about the demand, supply and supply gap palm oil  in Bangladesh. Last year the demand of cooking oil  was 31,025,000 litters, where the supply was only 17,680,000 litters. As a result were 13345. And the gap is increasing day by day.

                                                                                                           

Ton: “000”

YearDemand SupplySupply Gap
2007 – 2008

202800

90000

112800

2008 – 2009

1500000

520000

980000

2009 – 2010

36498

20060

16438

2010 – 2011

42454

22178

20276

Figure-11:       Supply Gap of palm oil

  • Present & projected market demand of the project ‘Fast forward palm industries :

                                                                                    Litter: “000”

Year

Demand

2007 – 2008

25550

2008 – 2009

31025

2009 – 2010

36498

2010 – 2011

42454

Figure-12:       Present & projected market demand

  • Present & projected Supply of the project ‘Fast forward company:

                                                                                    Litter: “000”

Year

Supply

2007 – 2008

15300

2008 – 2009

17680

2009 – 2010

20060

2010 – 2011

22178

Figure-13:       Present & projected Supply

  • Present & projected Supply Gap of the project ‘Fast forward palm industries

                                                                                                            Litter: “000”

YearDemand SupplySupply GapOur ContributionReal Gap
2007– 2008

25550

15300

10250

—-

10250

2008 – 2009

31025

17680

13345

—-

13345

2009 – 2010

36498

20060

16438

—-

16438

2010– 2011

42454

22178

20276

15000

5276

Figure-14:       Present & projected Supply Gap

  1. 4.      Who is the target customer of Palm oil  ?

We segment our market by depending on income level. These are:

  1. Rural people and
  2. Urban people

And in rural and urban area our main consumer will be the Middle & lower class people . Because we are trying to get there Cheaply cooking oil . In our research we found that the lower class people  are very much crazy about our product . So it is our confidant that Middle & lower classes people  take our product as there first preference. So our target area is the Rural area in Bangladesh.

  1. 5.      Who are competitions for us?

In the local market, there are 5 brands of palm oil in consumer packs namely, Natural, Meizan, Pure, Family and Dada Super. Because of increasing demand, two more brands will appear in the market in coming months and hence there would be seven brands of consumer packs of palm oil by the year end.

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  1. Pricing Strategy:                                                                   (TK.)

 

1 kg

2kg

5kg

10kg

1000kg

2000kg

5000kg

Palm Oil

70tk

140tk

335tk

650tk

 

 

 

Kernel Oil

 

 

 

 

45000

88,000

220,000

Figure-15:      Price List for Different Item

Network Technique

In our project we have a lot of small work. And some works dependent works and some are independent works. Our project work is given below by network diagram.

                        Task                                                                                 Time (days)

            A1- making lease document                                                               10

            B1- making cultivating                                                                       30

            B2- field cultivating                                                                            30

            B3- machinery import                                                                        30

            B4- building Construction                                                                 60

          C1- seeding & watering                                                                        30

            D1- crops cultivation                                                                          1100

            E1- oil refining                                                                                     30

            E2- oil packaging                                                                                10

 Financial Analysi

Fixed Cost of the Business:

Item

Local Cost

Foreign Cost

Total

Land(7 project: Table 4)          

22600000

 

22600000

Building

3000000

 

3000000

Imported Machinery

31,500,000

31,500,000

Imported Duty

2880000

 

2880000

Installation Fee

500,000

 

500,000

IDCP

1040000

 

1040000

Local Machinery

50000

 

50000

Furniture

50000

 

50000

Computer

50000

 

50000

Office Equipment

20000

 

20000

Safety Equipment

15000

 

15000

Deposit to PDB

40000

 

40000

Pre-operating Expense

15000

 

15000

Consultancy Fee (1% of the Project Cost)

 

617600

Initial Investment of the Business:

 

 

62377600

Figure-17:      Fixed Cost of the Business

 

  • Deposit to PDB:

                                                                                    Tk: “000”

Sector

Cost

Gas

6

Water

2

Electricity

14

Telephone

12

Internet Line

6

Total:

40

Figure-18:      Cost of PDB

 Financial Plan for Business:

                                                                                                                        Tk: “000”

 

Item

Bank’s Investment

Client’s Equity

Total

Amount

%

Amount

%

Amount

%

Land

22600000

100

22600000

100

Building

2100000

70

900000

30

3000000

100

Imported Machinery

28736000

80

7184000

20

35920000

100

Local Machinery

25000

50

25000

50

50000

100

Others

807600

100

807600

100

Total

30861000

 

 

31516600

 

 

62377600

 

Figure-19:      Financial Plan for Business

  1. 3.      Means of Finance:

            Bank’s Investment –             30861000           (49.47%)

             Client’s Equity –                  31516600             (50.53%)

Total:                                  62377600             (100%)           

 

  1. 4.      Debt Equity Ratio:

Debt-Equity Ratio = Bank’s Investment / Client’s Equity = 49.47: 50.53

  1. 5.      Syndicate Finance:

AB Bank is going to participate 55% of total loan amount. It hires  UCBL and Duch Bangla Bank to for a syndicate for sanctioning the loan. The Co-arranger banks will partcipate the loan amount by using ratio 6:4.

AB Bank

DBBL

UCBL

Figure-20:      Lead arranger & Co-arranger

  • Syndicate Finance in Percentage:

                                                                                                Tk: “000”

Bank Name

% in Syndicate Finance

Amount

AB Bank

55%

16973550

UCBL

27%

10184130

Duch Bangla Bank

18%

6789420

Total

100%

30861000

Figure-21:      Bank Investment in Syndicate

5.Cost of Goods Sold:

                                                                                                            Tk: “000”

Item

Total

Raw material cost

1500000

Wages  

8000000

Depreciation

21,721

Total

89,218

 

Figure-22:      Cost of Goods Sold

6.      Sales Estimate: 

Palm oil 72000Kgs. Kernel oil 20000kgs.

                                                                        Tk: “000”

Items

Production

Unit

 

Palm oil

144000Kgs

75

10800000

Kernel oil

40000kgs

55

2200000

Total

 

 

13000000

Figure-23:      Revenue from Sales

 

  1. 7.      Raw Material Cost:                                                  

                                               

Palm plants import and plantation cost1500000

Figure-24:      Total Cost of Raw Materials

 

  • Subcontract:

                                                                                                            Tk: “000”

Sl. No.

Subcontract

Total Cost

1Palm oil box

9,120

2Packet of palm oil

2,250

3Sticker or paper cover

3,795

4Carton for packet

5,500

5Dresses of employee

360

 Total:

21,025

Figure-25:      Purchasing Price from Subcontract

  1. 8.       Salaries:

                                                                                                                       

Description

Persons

Salary (individual)

Salary (annually)

Managing Director

1

35000

4,20,000

Manager

5

25000

15,00,000

Operator

10

12000

14,40,000

Driver

3

8000

2,88,000

Lower level employee

5

5000

3,00,000

Total

26,340,000

Figure-27:      Wages & Salaries Expenses

9.Depreciation Schedule:

                                                                                                            Tk: “000”

Item

Cost

%

Total

Land

77,075

Building

24,050

5%

1,202

Machinery

108,012

8%

8,641

Vehicle

77,000

15%

11,550

Furniture

2,200

12%

264

Computer

320

20%

64

Total             

 

21,721

Figure-28:      Depreciation from Fixed Asset

9.      Administrative Expenses:

                                                                                                Tk: “000”

Item

Amount

Wages  

21025

Salary         48732
Bill of PDB

4500

Others

500

Total

74757

Figure-29:      Administrative Expenses

 

10.Financial Expense:

                                        Tk: “000”

Item                        Amount                                 % of rate                                   Interest 

Bank loan                 163,340                                       12%                                     19,600

11.Earning Forecast:

                                                                                                                        Tk: “000”

Description

Amount

Revenue earning

13000000

(-) C.O.G.S

1500000

Gross Profit

116,357

(-) Adm. Expense

74,757

Operating Profit

41,600

(-) Financial Expense

19,600

Net Profit Before Tax

22,000

Tax Holiday

00.00

Net Profit After Tax

22,000

Figure-30:      Net Profit Analysis

Social Cost Benefit Analysis

  1. 1.      Social Cost:                                                                            Tk: “000”

Items

Private Sector

Economic Sector

Imported Machinery

92,412

92,412

Local Machinery

15,600

15,600

Vehicles

77,000

77,000

Furniture

2,200

2,200

Computer

9,800

9,800

Office Equipment

700

700

Safety Equipment

350

350

Palm oil  cost

41,157

90,150

Subcontract

21,025

21,025

Salary and Wages

26,340

25,000

Others

550

550

Total

260,794

309,787

Figure-31:      Social Cost Analysis

  1. 2.      Social Benefit:                                                                        Tk: “000”

Items

Private Sector

Economic Sector

Foreign Currency

92,412

92,412

Backward Linkage

127,225

21,025

Contribution to GDP

——-

26,340

Local Demand

205,575

205,575

Total

425,212

345,352

Figure-32:      Social Benefit Analysis

  1. 3.     Net Benefit:                                                                             Tk. “000”

Private  Sector           : 425,212 – 260,794 = 164,418

            Economic  Sector       : 345,352 – 309,787 = 35,565

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