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FORMAT FOR PROJECT FEASIBILITY STUDY

(For Manufacturing/Processing)

a. Project Profile
1. Title of the Project
2. Nature of the Project, Major Components and Other Important Features;
a. Related national program;
b. Affinity to Regional/ Sectoral Studies; and
c. Project potential/ proponent.
3. Project Area or Location (office, factory);
4. Financial Requirements;
a. Total Project Costs;
b. Proposed Loan; and
c. Source of Funding
5. Major Assumptions,
a. Statement as to whether or not the project is found feasible;
i. Market;
ii. Technical;
iii. Organization and management;
iv. Financial; and
v. Economic
b. Market Study

1. Product Description;
a. Name of the product;
b. Properties;
c. Uses of the product; and
d. Users of the product.
2. Analysis of Past, Present and Future Demand;
a. Domestic need for the product;
b. Foreign need for the product; and
c. Evaluation of past rends of demands, determination of future demands and method
used in forecasting.
3. Analysis of Past, Present and Future Supply;
a. Supply in the domestic market;
b. Supply in the foreign market; and
c. Evaluation of past trend and future trend and methods applied in forecasting.
4. Demand and Supply Analysis;
a. Comparison of demand and supply trends; and
b. Determine unsatisfied demand in the past and in the future.
5. Price Study;
a. Determine selling prices of similar products;
b. History of these prices, determine factors that mostly influence their fluctuations
over time;
c. Determine relationship of demands with prices changes; and
d. Establish the products selling price. Consider market segment, target market and
operating cost and expenses.
6. Market Plan
a. Statement of the objectives- target sales volume, market share;
b. Determine target market- who are they?
c. Market matrix;
i. Pricing policy- cost based, demand based and competition based;
ii. Promotions; and
iii. Distributions.
6. Summary of Findings: Market Feasibility Study
Summarize the results of analysis focusing on the demand and based on market plan.

c. Technical Study

1. Product
Describe the product’s physical, mechanical and chemical properties and identify their various
uses as finished goods and industrial inputs.
2. Manufacture Process/ Service Operation
3. Plant Size and Production Schedule
a. Determine minimum and maximum capacity; and
b. Capacity utilization (as determined by the projected market share of your product,
availability of raw materials, plant capacity and production sked for next several years)
and operating schedule.
4. Machinery and Equipment
a. Listing of required machineries;
b. Specifications, capacities, cost and quoted prices; and
c. Source/ suppliers- determine their availability and reliability.
5. Location
a. Comparative analysis for each alternative location;
b. Include maps and charts of proposed location;
c. Factors to consider in location selection;
i. Accessibility and availability of raw material sources;
ii. Availability of cheap or moderate utilities such as power, water, or fuel;
iii. Cost of transporting raw materials and fuel to plant site;
iv. Market area;
v. Availability of skilled and unskilled labor.
6. Ground Plant/ Facility Layout
Present with diagrams and descriptions.
7. Building and Facilities
Size, type, design and cost of building, land and land improvement.
8. Raw materials and Supplies
a. List of required materials;
b. Basis for selection;
c. Specifications;
d. Current and prospective costs;
e. Availability and continuity of supply;
f. Alternative raw materials/ sources; and
g. Volume required at various phases of operation.
9. Utilities
Determine the amount, cost and sources
10. Waste Disposal
a. Determine the quality of waste to be disposed;
b. Methods and cost of waste disposal; and
c. Identify existing regulation and standards on waste disposal.
11. Labor Requirements
a. Requirements needed in the operational stage of the project; and
b. Job description and pay scale.
12. Production Cost
Detailed presentation of production cost stating the elements of cost per unit output.
13. Summary, Findings and Conclusion, Identification of Risk and Management.

d. Organization and Management Study

1. Objective of the Project;


i. Restatement of the project’s objectives; and
ii. Indicate findings of previous that are relevant to this study.
2. Form of Ownership;
3. Organizational Structure;
4. Personnel Requirement;
Include educational backgrounds, work experience, etc.
5. Project Schedule;
6. Organization and Management Cost; and
7. Summary of Findings: Statement as to whether the project can be implemented.

e. Financial Study

1. Total Project Cost;


2. Sources of Financing the Project;
3. Financial Statement;
a. Income Statement;
b. Cash Flow Statement; and
c. Balance Sheet.
4. Analysis of Financial Statements;
a. Measures of Financial Profitability; and
b. Measures of Liquidity and Solvency.
5. Summary of Findings: Statement as to whether the project will be profitable and has the
capacity of debt re-payment.

f. Environmental Study

g. Economic Study

1. Economic Costs of the Project;


2. Economic Benefits of the Project;
3. Analysis of Benefits and Costs; and
4. Summary of Findings: Statement as to whether the benefits derived from undertaking the
project outweigh the costs.