medical pastic uses disposable tools mainly plate of culture media

medical pastic uses disposable tools mainly plate of culture media

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Hi there,
I want knows about how and where can I industrialisation plate culture media the plastic for medical uses ( deposable tools ). also , Can you compare with two or three companies. this is the guide for what I excatly want :

Required Market Information

Note that all information required in this section should be applied to each targeted market separately whether local, GCC or international (export).

1. Product

A full, clear description of product or products including size (or sizes), packaging as sold to customer and packing for wholesale distribution (if applicable), brand/trade name and uses, plus a brief description of the raw materials. If more than one product is to be sold, details of the product mix planned (including any changes in mix foreseen during the project life). State the proposed production program, year by year (for the first 5 years).

Samples, catalogues and/or photographs of the product(s), if available, shoed be provided. Detail the standards and specifications applicable in the target market(s) and state to which standard the product(s) will be made.

2. Supply

Details of current sources of supply of the proposed products to the Saudi market (and other markets, if exports intended) i.e., companies both manufacturing in Saudi Arabia and exporting countries. Capacity of supplying companies, their product range and estimated market share. Names, addresses, telephone, and fax numbers of local manufacturers and agents/distributors. Relevant information from the MCI licensed projects list should be included.

The objective is to paint the fullest possible picture of the current supply of products. Sources of information should be stated.

3. Demand

Demand in any one year is generally assumed to be summation of sales from local supply plus imports less exports (or re-exports). Where possible for historical demand, supporting evidence from recognized sources, e.g., Foreign Trade Statistics and OECD Export Statistics, should be included. State the sales history of the sponsor and/or the foreign partner (if there is one). Sales in the Kingdom and other markets are to be covered if exports are envisaged. If other methodologies are used to establish demand, these should be fully explained.

The history of demand over the previous five years, where possible broken down by the major regions of the Kingdom should be provided. Should sales be planned only in part of the Kingdom, then these particular areas should be covered together with the national picture. If there are different market and/or customer segments for the product e.g., retail and catering institutions. The percentage market breakdown should be included. Where relevant, similar data on export markets is required.

The future market size over the period covered by the feasibility study should be estimated, including market segmentation. The methods and assumptions underlying these estimates are to be explained (often more than one methodology can be justified in establishing future demand). The fund usually evaluate projects based on total GCC demand.

4. Marketing Strategy

A brief statement of the sponsors rationale for the project including definition of target markets, perceived strengths, and principal competitive advantages. What is the sponsors experience in this business or any related activities? (You can benefit from a separate document on Guidelines for Marketing Plans).

5. Pricing
Prevailing market prices per product/package in the Kingdom (and other markets where appropriate) and by main regions/cities if relevant. Ex-plant prices for locally manufactured and CIF prices for imports. Where applicable, retail and wholesale prices should also be provided. ? ?State the sponsor proposed prices and pricing strategy should be described with details of distributor, wholesaler and retailer prices as well as margin structure plus sponsors historical prices if already selling in the targeted market.

6. Projected Sales & Market Share

In the light of the estimated market size, show the projected annual sales volumes until the project reaches its full, installed achievable capacity or licensed capacity. Also slow the projects estimated market share on a year by year (segmented, if applicable, by product and/or product group; units and value, customer/market segment and region). Where have sales already been made? What market shares have been achieved? And What were the sales volume and value for the past three years (for each product)?

7. Competition

What is the internal/external competition to the project, e.g., competitive brands, their price range & market share? How will competition affect the ability of the project to achieve the estimated market share? What are the strengths and weaknesses of individual competitors?

8. Distribution ?
How will the product(s) from the factory reach the ultimate consumer?
What distribution channels are proposed? How do these compare with those used by competitors?
What transportation methods, storage facilities and warehousing will be used? What is the cost, and how pays it?

9. Marketing Organization

Structure of marketing and sales department including staff numbers, qualifications, nationalities, experience and job descriptions (Including CVs of management if already recruited).

10. Sales Promotion/Marketing Support

Detailed plans for advertising and other sales promotion activities both to the trade channels and consumer/end-users. Planned budgets and percentage of these to estimated, broken down by type of media to be used. Rationale for the proposed plans and projected expenditure. Information to be provided on plans/budget for the company product launch.

Required Technical Information

1. The Product

1) What is the product and what is it used for?
2) A technical description for each product accompanied with sketches, photographs of each type; sizes or samples if possible.
3) If not manufactured entirety, what parts are to be bought ready made?
4) Are the products complete finished and ready to use when leaving the factory, or is further work needed outside the factory (e.g., erection, assembly into a complete unit)?
5) Are there any Saudi or international standards that the product must comply to? What are their details? These specifications should describe raw materials used, the final product and should specify testing and quality control methods.
6) Specify number of units in a package and specify wrapping cartons, boxes, pallets etc
7) Are the products entirely new or similar to existing products in the market? Are they capable of being modified if required?
2. The Process

1) A description of each operation in the process from raw material to finished product. This should specify the function of each piece of equipment needed (e.g., press to form curved metal shapes; steam boiler for heating or drying or curing; tanks for storage, pumps and pipe lines).
2) A flow diagram showing the route of each piece of raw material through its various processes.
3) A scaled and dimensioned layout of equipment and machines within the factory showing storage areas for raw materials, work in progress, finished products, maintenance workshop, laboratory etc.
4) This plan of the layout should show the number of men at each piece of equipment during a production shift. This staffing distribution should be in line with the numbers of workers of different degrees of skill provided subsequently in the list of workers and salary requirements.
5) Special equipment for waste treatment must be described (incinerators for burning; liquid effluent treatment plants; air filtration).
6) Specific internal factory environment controls vital to the process must be explained. For example, processing of paper and textiles requires strict atmospheric control. Processing of food requires hygienic safeguards; toxic chemicals require safety procedures for workers and the general public; highly inflammable materials require special concentration on fire protection. The cost of providing these safeguards will ultimately appear in either building or equipment costs.
7) Explain the measures taken to treat the factory waste whether gas, liquid or solid in order to make it meet the specifications set out by relevant Government Authorities such as the Presidency of Meteorology and Environment , Royal Commission of Jubail and Yanbu and the Industrial Cities Offices.
3. Installed Capacity

1) Indicate the installed capacity of the machinery as contracted with supplier. Show detailed calculations of this capacity and the basis on which it was built (e.g. for the production of 1,000 small units of product (A) and 100 large units of product (A) a year). The capacity of each piece of machinery should be specified.
2) The proposed hours per day and days per year must be provided in relation to these quantities. The build-up to installed capacity in terms of years must be projected from the start of commercial production of the factory.
4. Machinery & Equipment
1) A complete detailed list of machinery and equipment must be provided.
2) Each item must be itemized by manufacturer, type, model, weight and whether or not it is being obtain through a third party. Descriptive pamphlets are required.
3) Each item must be priced CIF nearest port, either by direct invoice if already purchased or by pro-forma invoice. Additional sums for local carriage and erection should be shown. Lump sums for turnkey projects will not be accepted.
4) Where a final choice of item has still to be made, information about the various alternatives should be given.
5) Special equipment for fire fighting, air conditioning, water treatment, safety precautions, standby generators, laboratory equipment etc., can be itemized under the general heading here unless already covered under building estimates.
6) Internal factory cranes, pallet trucks, mobile cranes; gantry cranes, monorails and other fixed lifting structures should be itemized under the heading above.
7) Adequate spare parts for at least the first year of operation must be made included.
8) Three competitive quotations for the machinery and equipment are required. Detailed information and technical specifications must be included. Catalogs for machinery must also be included. Of the three quotations, that selected quotation must be identified and reasons for the selection must be explained.