Plant Feasibility Study
Plant Feasibility Study
There are a number of key objectives in completing the process plant design for a feasibility study: the plant design must be feasible and constructible; the plant design must focus on the key issues that drive the capital and operating costs; only sufficient design is completed to provide backup for the capital and operating cost estimates at appropriate level of accuracy to establish the feasibility of the design; and the feasibility study design may identify a number of issues needing resolution at the starting stage.
In this day and age of fierce competition and tighter budgets, manufacturers are often faced with making critical—and expensive—business decisions as part of their strategic plan. Should you refurbish existing equipment or buy new equipment to meet your manufacturing needs? Should you add product lines to increase market share and what impact would that have on current operations?
Recognizing the importance and potential financial impact of these decisions, often hire outside consultants to conduct a feasibility study of the options and provide recommendations. A feasibility study is an in-depth evaluation and analysis of the problem or opportunity with a thorough review of the operational and financial impacts of the proposed solutions.
Outside consultants often bring a level of objectivity and specialized expertise to a feasibility study that internal employees can not provide. This includes the experience to conduct a full plant capacity analysis; optimal layout and process flows; utility consumption/availability studies; and engineering, safety and ergonomic studies. All of this information will assist plant owners in making more informed decisions.
Ideas are Easy, Implementation Is Hard
Sofocol start-up assistance is designed especially keeping in mind the first time investor who has a zeal to stand-out in the crowded texttile manufacturing industry and is bold enough not to tread the beaten path. texttile manufacturing is an attractive investment opportunity, but several factories get trapped in the vicious cycle of mediocrity even after having the right product mix and buyer linkage. Our industry experience has helped us realize that there are some most common mistakes that an investor makes while establishing and operating a garment factory. Our multiple successful projects and global exposure helps the investor avoid these mistakes, quickly move up the learning curve and establish an engineered garment factory.
Old ways won't open new doors
Sofocol helps the investors look upon products factories as engineering firms that are in business of assembling (fabric) parts to make a finished product viz. garment or made-ups. Sofocol engineered products factories are competitive, compliant and credible set-ups, established on 4 pillars, that can be relied upon every single time for quality, price and delivery commitments.
Excellent firms don't believe in excellence - only in constant improvement and constant change
Sofocol start-up and re-engineering services are modular in nature and could be scaled down into service modules that tune-up your product factory and give it the specific advantage needed. Our tailored modules are suitable for factories regardless of size, location or product.