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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES

College Of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Department


Rm. 217 2nd Flr. CEA Bldg.
NDC Compound, Pureza St., Sta. Mesa, Manila

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT

In partial fulfillment of the requirements at


MEEN 3542

VISION

ME PROJECT STUDY 2
The Mechanical Engineering Department
envisions itself to be center of excellence in
Engineering Education.

MISSION

The Mechanical Engineering Department is


committed to produce competitive engineers
who will serve as catalyst for sustainable
growth and development in national and
international levels.

MULTI-PURPOSE AUTOMATIC ROOFING AND


COOLING SYSTEM

GOALS
1. Provide quality education through
instruction, advance research and
extension services.
2. Produce world-class professional as
potential industry leaders and job
providers
3. Develop and improve facilities
through the use of adapted
technology and indigenous materials
4. Maintain, upgrade and improve
facilities through the adaptation of
engineering techniques.

OBJECTIVES

1. Strengthen the BSME program


consistent with global trends.
2. Develop faculty as competent
mentors and quality researchers,
through advanced studies and other
facets of continuing professionals
education.
3. Develop the critical thinking and
communication and communication
skills of students, giving emphasis to
research and extension services.
4. Equip graduates with appropriate
knowledge and technical skills
imbued with desirable work attitudes
and moral values, through enhanced
teaching/ learning process by using
multimedia facilities on top of
traditional methods.
5. Create a conducive teaching and
learning atmosphere with emphasis
to faculty and students growth and
academic freedom;
6. Establish network with educational
institutions, industries, GOs and
NGOs, local and international, which
could serve ass:
a.
Funding sources and/or
partner of researches
b.
Sources
of
new
technology
c.
Centers for faculty and
students
exchange
programs and on-the-job
training, and
d.
Grantees
of

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Submitted by:
by
Coronel, Wilfredo
Domingo, Jovet
Espaola, Keivin
Espea, John Paulo
Fernandez, Karl
Fider, Gerald
Ferrer, Arthur Einstein
BSME V-2

Submitted to:
Engr. Loida D. Santos
Adviser

March 2016

Acknowledgement

With deepest gratitude and appreciation, we humbly give thanks to the


people whom with us to help in making these study complete.

To our parents, for their love and support, for providing all our needs
financially and morally, for their patience and understanding, for their never
fading advices and for being there for us no matter what.

To the institution where we are studying, Polytechnic University of the


Philippines, where we are continuously growing as a Bachelor of Science in
Mechanical Engineering student.

To all our professor, who shared and continuously sharing their


knowledge to finish these activities and also to prepared us for more challenges
to come in our career.

To our classmates, for the happiness and for being there to support us
and to comfort us whenever we had had difficulties in the experiment. We thank
them for the friendship and teamwork and for being our companions whom we
can share our laughter and sorrows with.

Above all, to our Almighty God, for His unconditional love and for all the
blessing He is showering upon us each day of our life. He has given all of us
that made us stronger than ever. By His grace, we were able to finish this study
without any conflict.

Introduction

Having an automatic roofing in our personal area is very relieving.


Particularly in warm weather areas; however, surprisingly, even in cold weather areas.
It will very helpful in the summer, warm weather months. In these areas, as the
evenings cool or sudden weather conditions develop, the convertible roofs may need to
be closed in a hurry.

Our retractable roofing system will provide comfort to the owner by


providing shade in a certain place and thanks to the fan we added our project will also
provide a cooling system. Having a multi-purpose roofing system will really save time
and effort to the owner.

The main goals of this project are: (1) to provide shade when sunlight is
not wanted, (2) to provide a roof when there is a rain, (3) to provide a cooling system
using a fan when needed and (4) it can be a clothesline protector because of the roof
and the fan to make the clothes dry faster.

Table of Contents
PRELIMINARY PAGES

PAGE

TITLE PAGE
APPROVAL SHEET
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1

Executive Summary

Description of the Company

Vision

Mission

Feasibility Criteria

Highlights of the Project

10

Name of the Proposed Project

10

Type of Business Organization

10

Location of Office and Plant

10

Proponents

10

Mode of Financing

11

Summary of Findings and Conclusions

11

Chapter 2

Marketing Aspect

Market Description

13

Customer Analysis

14

Industry Analysis

14

Demand Analysis

15

Supply Analysis

16

Demand and Supply Consolidation

17

Other Major Considerations

17

Chapter 3

Management Aspect

Brief Description of the Business

21

Business Background

23

Personnel and its Job Specifications

25

Company Policies and Regulations

32

Legal Requirements
Organizational Chart

35
38

Gantt Chart

Chapter 4

39

Technical Aspect

General Product Description

43

Manufacturing Process

48

Machineries

56

Plant Layouts

62

Raw Materials

63

Utilities

64

Operation and Maintenance

65

Workers Uniform
Chapter 5

66

Financial Aspect

Project Cost

68

Income Statement

70

Cash Flow Statement

72

Balance Sheet

73

Owners Equity
Notes to Financial Statement

80
81

Financial Ratios

83

Break even Sales

84

Major Assumptions

84

Chapter 5

Socio-Economic Aspect

Socio-economic Contribution

86

Cost Benefit
Contribution to Philippine Economy
Socio-Economic of the Project

87
88
89

EXECUTIVE
SUMMARY

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DESCRIPTION OF THE COMPANY

EZ life Corporation focused on developing simple equipment in our house,


school and office into more efficient, convenient to use equipment through the use of
our knowledge in mechanical engineering.

The main function of this company is to continue producing machines by


combining a simple object and the aspect of mechanical engineering. EZ life
Corporation will provide convenient and safe machines for the people of the
Philippines, thus giving them effortless living through the use of our products.

VISION

EZ life Corporation envisions becoming the first company in the country that
solves problems through innovated machines with convenient and effortless ways for
all the people.

MISSION

EZ life Corporation aims to provide all the Filipino residence with clean water
and sufficient friendly source of energy through a basic system so that anyone may
adopt.

FEASIBILITY CRITERIA

As a group of mechanical engineers the feasibility study focus in the technical


aspect of the company, since the company focuses on innovating existing machines
and appliance.

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NAME OF PROPOSED PROJECT

The company name is EZ life Corporation, this word was derived from two words, EZ
correspond to the word easy with means making things simple or plain. Life means
living or lifestyle, by producing this product its providing easier lifestyle for the
convenient of the Philippine community.

TYPE OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATION

The company is in the form of General Partnership, wherein the some local
company unit will be the sole partner of the company. The local partners will be the one
to provide budget for the project.

LOCATION OF OFFICE AND PLANT

The plant and office will be located at Norzagaray, Bulacan, this area is the best
area to provide fast supports for the customers.

PROPONENTS

The proponents composed of mechanical engineering students:

Coronel, Wilfredo

Domingo, Jovet

Espaola, Keivin

Espea, John Paulo

Fernandez, Karl

Fider, Gerald

Ferrer, Arthur Einstein

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MODE OF FINANCING

Through collaboration with the private sectors and investor, company will help
for the funding of the project.

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS

Within all the aspects, the technical aspect is the most important, this will
determine whether the study is possible or not. The product is more on technical
improvement of some existing fans and utilization of roofing. Thus giving an emphasis
on its design is very important.

This partnership will dictate all the other aspect that must consider for the
improvement of the company and for the company to be able to continuously operate.

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MARKETING
ASPECTS

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MARKETING ASPECTS

This section covers the report in depth of our project. This focuses on marketing
strategies such as demand and supply analysis, competitors, customer and industrial
analysis, marketing plan and other consideration.

Objective

1. To promote low cost, Multi-purpose automatic roofing and cooling system.


2. To develop strategies that is designed to educate customers about the project.
3. To ensure the sales of the Multi-purpose automatic roofing and cooling system.

I. MARKET DESCRIPTION

A. General Market Description

Provides high efficient, low cost multi-purpose automatic roofing and cooling
system. We have designed an automatic folding roof that will deploy automatically
with a cooling system included which can be assembled in places you want to be
covered. It is an efficient and good investment for customers who want to enjoy or
make use of the spaces outdoors without thinking of the discomfort of being under
the sun and heat.

B. Target Market

The primary target of this research proposal is the general public which needs or
uses outdoor spaces. This can be used for everyday use like sari-sari stores for
their customers, for celebrating events like birthdays, weddings. For venues that
people converge to like churches, plazas, parks or for special purposes like
emergency tents for situations where it is needed to treat persons in cold areas to
avoid contamination and aggravate the situation.
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C. Product Description

It is composed of two major parts, first is the automatic roof that deploys, and
second is the cooling system. These two are still divided into parts. The automatic
roof consists of the roof, lightweight trusses that folds, the power supply (customer
may choose if they want it to be battery operated or directly powered from the
power source). While the cooling system consists of the blower and its power
source. It is directly connected to the roof so that if the roof is already fully deployed
the cooling system will activate.

II. CUSTOMER ANALYSIS

Uses of open spaces especially in urban areas are necessary nowadays. Rapid
urbanization and growth of population in cities meant that valuable spaces inside
houses are used up to the extent that people cant move freely. And if they use
outdoors for the activity they want to do, they are discomforted by the scorching heat of
the sun. so they need some form of relief in terms of shading to avoid unnecessary bad
effects in being under the sun while at the same time able to do the activities they want
to do. People comes up with different approaches to solve this, like putting permanent
roofing or cover, temporary structures like tents or improvised and so on.

III. COMPETITORS ANALYSIS

Because this is a new design, there is no known competitors for our design
which means that this is a marketable product/service for the group.

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IV. INDUSTRY ANALYSIS

Urban living means fast and always on the go lifestyle. So much of chores to do
inside houses or establishments and every second in doing something is necessary.
There arises a need to development of facilities that provides comfort in proenvironmental approach.
The purpose of this paper is to design a system that will fill the hole in todays
problem with the onset of climate change which typically makes the hot seasons much
hotter than usual and cold or rainy seasons much harsher. It is therefore necessary to
find a solution to these problems as much as possible.

V. DEMAND ANALYSIS

A. Identification of Demand Determinant

Through some analysis of some would be customers; we found out that the
public is interested in products such as these and future sales of this product will
be met with keen attention and a long term solution.

B. Price Consideration

Comprehending the pricing of the Multi-purpose automatic roofing and


cooling system, the product will have suitable prices for consumers. Indefinitely,
the value of the product has a lower amount than those of their direct
competitors. Even if the price is lower, it would not sacrifice the quality of the
device. The proponents consider the price which the respondents show that half
of them are willing to buy our products. And as for the quality assurance of the
device that will be distributed, the producers are aware of the profound
evaluation of the product before it is to be applied to the subjects.

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VII. SUPPLY ANALYSIS

Under certain circumstances, supply of the produce or device within the vicinity
varies which provides a substantial data that the number or amount of the Multipurpose automatic roofing and cooling system to be produced is initially dependent on
the consumer or the condition of the area or building to be applied it with. In this sense,
increase and decrease in supply is a variable for the producers or manufacturers but
with responsive and immediate overall evaluation, the production will be finalized.

Product Preference

Consumer varies in preference for the device they should buy. There are
several factors that consumers consider first before the final decision of buying the
automatic folding roof. It also matters that the indication of the type and maximum
usage of the device is what they will consider.

VIII. DEMAND AND SUPPLY CONSOLIDATION

Organizations and bodies of collaborated companies basically intervene with a


workforce management allowing a better control with the quality and quantity of
products the bodies produce. These practices or partial actions are based on the
idealistic matter of maximizing the value of capital invested in compensating
employees and successfully accommodating quality results from projects performed by
the employees. Workforce management practices have the goal of ensuring adequate
staffing in an organization and increasing the efficiency of workforce resource
distribution among the various projects undertaken by the organization. One particular
problem that arises in workforce management is that of planning for the staffing needs
of an organization despite uncertainty in workforce supply and demand.

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The allocation of workforce resources to the projects is under the Resource


Planning. As determined, this planning becomes a complex problem in situations
where project demands are dictated by a dynamic environment and resources include
a large numbers of employees. Resource planning will allocate resources according to
the schedules and skills of the resources involved and the scheduling and
requirements of the projects to which the resources are allocated.

IX. OTHER MAJOR CONSIDERATIONS

A. Terms of Sale

The Multi-Purpose Automatic Roofing and Cooling system is useful for everyday
use for households. The product will be under guarantee for initial use and will be
maintained.

B. Distribution Network

Distribution of the device within the vicinity after assembling will be immediately
compromise for installations. Temporary stockroom will be provided within the site
for the delivered components. Deliverance and out most occupancy of the
assembled parts for certain area will be carried out and will be monitored.

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C. Advertisement and Promotion

Considering the promotion and advertising of the device, it should be rather


simple for the consumers better understanding and faster evaluation of the
qualities of the device. The company will initially collaborate with concerned
proprietor of the area to be considered. Ads in the newspapers will also serve as
promotion of the company. Seminars about the awareness with the product and its
purpose will be given to households and establishments. Online advertisements will
be a big step forward so that the capacity of the power generator could expand in
necessary areas where it is needed.

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MANAGEMENT
ASPECT

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MANAGEMENT ASPECT

Management aspect will focus on the determination of who will manage and how the
business would run. This aspect focuses on the brief description of the business which
includes the company name, company vision and mission and company goals; type of
business organization; form of ownership; the officers and the employees of the
business discussing their responsibilities and job description; the benefits, roles and
rights of the employees; company policies, rules and regulations implemented in the
duration of business operation; legal requirements needed for the establishment of the
business; project time table; organizational structure; and other information needed in
the management.

OBJECTIVES:

D. To establish the policy and rules of the company.


E. To describe the jobs and responsibilities of each employee to have an efficient
organization, planning, direction and control of the operations of the business.
F. To create an organizational structure that will be useful in organizing and
managing the business.
G. To have a better understanding regarding the type of ownership that the
proponents agree.

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I.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE BUSINESS


EZ life Corporation focused on developing simple equipment in our house,
school and office into more efficient, convenient to use equipment through
the use of our knowledge in mechanical engineering.

The main function of this company is to continue producing machines by


combining a simple object and the aspect of mechanical engineering. EZ life
Corporation will provide convenient and safe machines for the people of the
Philippines, thus giving them effortless living through the use of our products.

A. COMPANY NAME

The company name is EZ life Corporation, this word was derived from two
words, EZ correspond to the word easy with means making things simple or
plain. Life means living or lifestyle, by producing this product its providing
easier lifestyle for the convenient of the Philippine community.

B. COMPANY LOGO

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C. COMPANY VISION
EZ life Corporation envisions becoming the first company in the country that
solves problems through innovated machines with convenient and effortless
ways for all the people.

D. COMPANY MISSION

EZ life Corporation aims to provide all the Filipino residence with clean water
and sufficient friendly source of energy through a basic system so that
anyone may adopt.

E. COMPANY GOAL
EZ life Corporation will provide all the Filipino residence with the machines
which will give them easier life; we are dedicated to undertake research and
creating innovations with the use of latest technology and driving the
Philippines closer to the future.

F. COMPANY COMPETITIVENESS

Advocate of creating innovations.

Successful partner of the Philippine government for promoting easier


life style.

II.

BUSINESS BACKGROUND
The Business Background Report provides a brief business summary and
information about the background of a company and its senior management.
Data elements may include company history, profiles of business principals,
parent company, subsidiary, branch affiliations and operational highlights
(including terms of sales, territory, company locations, number of employees
and limited financial information). The Business Background Report offers a

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convenient "snapshot" of a business as a prelude to relationship building


and/or detailed analysis of company performance.

A. FORM OF OWNERSHIP

General Partnership

A general partnership involves two or more owners carrying out a business


purpose.

General partners share equal rights and responsibilities in

connection with management of the business, and any individual partner can
bind the entire group to a legal obligation. Each individual partner assumes
full responsibility for all of the business's debts and obligations. Although
such personal liability is daunting, it comes with a tax advantage: partnership
profits are not taxed to the business, but pass through to the partners, who
include the gains on their individual tax returns at a lower rate.

B. NATURE OF THE INDUSTRIES


EZ life Corporation produces product through innovation of a system
designed and assembled for development of a certain communities within
the Philippines. This friendly apparatus was manufactured for easier lifestyle
in a certain area in the Philippines specially the one that always hit by a
storm.

C. INVESTMENT COST
The main financial source will be coming from the Corporation budget for
projects; this will initiate the funding the Corporation little by little.

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III.

PERSONNELS AND ITS JOB SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL MANAGER

Responsibilities

Responsible in operating and supervising the whole projects with


regards to installations and assembling of the equipment.

Responsible of onsite and office supervision of projects and deal with the
government partner.

Job Description

Identify, develop and direct the implementation of business strategy.

Plan and direct organizations activities to achieve and stated and


agreed targets and standards for financial and trading performance,
quality, culture and legislative adherence.

Develop and maintain organization culture, values and reputation in its


market and with all staffs, customers, suppliers, partners and official
bodies.

Qualifications

Must be a Mechanical Engineering graduate

At least 24-35 years of age

Male or Female

Must have at least 5 years work experience as a manager

He must have the ability to operate the project

He must possess a good leadership skill and abilities

He must be aggressive and innovative

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PROJECT HEAD

Responsibilities

Will be responsible to the control of operation in the installations.

Will supervise the operation and processes made by the workers.

Job Description

Plan, forecast, report on installation performance of personnel.

Manage and upkeep good condition of all machines and equipment.

Manage and health and safety, security and emergency systems,


capabilities and staff and customers awareness.

Seek and continuously develop knowledge and information about


competitor activity, pricing and tactics and communicate this to
relevant key personnel in the company.

Qualifications

Must be a Mechanical Engineer

Must have at least 2 years work experience in related field.

Hard working must be willing to work in shifting schedule.

Male or female

At least 25-35 years of age

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ACCOUNTANT

Responsibilities

Will take charge of all things related to the accounts and finances of
the company.

Responsible of the financial reporting system of the company.

Responsible of computing the wages and salaries of workers prior to


deductions and other contributions.

Job Description

Reporting and accounting as per regulatory a legal requirements


including taxation, dividends, annual report and accounts.

Computing the salaries, wages and other accounts of the company.

Qualifications

Must be an Accounting graduate

Must possess CPA license

At least 3 years experience on the said field

At least 23-35 years of age

Male or female

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QUALITY CONTROL ANALYST

Responsibilities

Responsible of maintaining high quality device from the suppliers.

Responsible of maintaining high quality performance of the finished


project.

Responsible for the inventory of the product.

Job Description

Check the status of product in each production stage.

Check the quality of materials that arrive from the suppliers.

Qualifications

Must be an Industrial Engineering graduate

Must have at least 2 years work experience in related field

Male or female

At least 23-35 years of age

Must possess leadership skills

Must be knowledgeable in inventory

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PERSONNEL

Responsibilities

Responsible for on-site installations of devices.

Job Description

Maintain regular, consistent and professional attendance, punctuality,


personal appearance and adherence to relevant safety and health
procedure.

Pursue personal development of skills and knowledge necessary for


effective performance of role.

Attend

trainings,

seminars

and

develop

relevant

knowledge,

techniques and skills.

Qualifications

Male or Female

At least 18-25 years of age

At least a Secondary Level graduate

Willing to work as early as 8:00 in the morning and in additional hours


when added.

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DRIVER

Responsibilities

Responsible for making sure that the finished product is delivered on


the right market area at the right time.

Job Description

Drive safely and take good care of the product to be delivered while
transit.

Qualifications

At least high school graduate

At least 25-40 years of age, Male

Must have LTO license

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IV.

FRINGE BENEFITS

A. PHILIPPINE HEALTH INSURANCE


This was instituted in 1995 by virtue of Republic Act of 1995. It aims to
effectively provide accessible, affordable, acceptable and adequate health
care services for all Filipinos from all works of life. The second law mandated
the Philippine Health.

B. Social Security System


This is a program for private institution of all Filipinos. It also provides
housing, medical and retirement plan.
C. 13TH MONTH PAY
The 13th Month Pay is a legal obligation of every employer in the Philippines
under Presidential Degree 851. The amount of bonus corresponds to one
twelve (1/12) of the basic salary of the employee for the calendar; basic
salary refers to monthly salary.

D. OVERTIME PAY (if possible)

E. OTHER BENEFITS INCLUDE:

Sick leave

Vacation Leave

Maternity Leave

Paternity Leave

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V.

COMPANY POLICIES AND REGULATIONS

A. WORKING HOURS AND GIVING SALARY

1. Regular work schedule will be 5 days a week from Monday to Friday.


2. Operating hours will be 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
3. They are entitled for an hour lunch break and 30-minute snack time daily.
a. The workers have 15 minutes morning break (9:00am-9:15am)
b. The workers have hour break (12:00nn-1:00pm)
c. The workers will have 15-minute afternoon break (3:00pm-3:15pm)
4. The following listed holidays are treated factors that can affect days of
work, which is provided by the law.

Regular Holidays

Date

New Years Day

January 1

Maundy Thursday

Movable date

Good Friday

Movable date

ArawngKagitingan

April 9

Labor Day

May 1

Independence Day

June 12

National Heroes Day

Last Sunday of August

Nationwide Holidays

Date

All Saints Day

November 1

Bonifacio Day

November 30

Christmas Day

December 25

Rizal Day

December 30

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B. BASIC SITE POLICY

a. Employees shall be aware of cleanliness and personal hygiene.


b. All employees shall wear the proper uniform upon entering the
business.
c. All employees shall report as soon as possible if theirs is any accidents
within the work area.
d. All employees shall show willingness and cooperation particularly on
the assigned place they are to perform.

C. MANDATORY PROVISION
It is the duty and responsible of the entire employees to know and familiarized
the company rules and regulations. Anyone who does not familiar himself with
the policies after two weeks in the service will be deemed to be disinterested in
the welfare of the company.

D. EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS
It is the policy of company to hire employees of good moral character, people
who are honest, industrious and law abiding. They should be qualified in the
given position.

It also requires the employees to be sincere, diligent and cooperative. It must


be understood that each employee is employed and retain to acquire in special
treat necessary for providing the public with high quality.

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E. ATTENDANCE POLICY

a. Punctuality is reporting to work.


b. Tardiness should be avoided for it is unfair not only to the company but
to their co-employees as well.
c. Employees who are always absent will be separated for his work.

F. PROHIBITED IN WORK

a. Drinking alcoholic beverages while at work.


b. Employees who are drunk are not allowed at work.
c. Fighting with co-workers.
d. Sleeping during working hours.
e. Absence without prior notice.
f. Bringing firearms or deadly weapons (this will automatically terminated
from employment)
g. Accepting orders with knowledge in charge.

G. PENALTY
Any violator of the above policies shall be penalized in accordance with the
following:
a. 1st offense

Reprimand

b. 2nd offense

Written Warning

c. 3rd offense

1 day to 1 month suspension without

pay
Any employee who committed offenses provided in the labor code, the cause
is unexplainable damage to the firm and should be automatically terminated
from employment.

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H. SECURITY
To justify for the establishment of employers health and the safety
requirement of the organization, we will provide the following as to comply with
the labor code of the Philippines.

a. First Aid Treatment


b. Fire Extinguisher and Fire Exit
c. First Aid medicine, equipment and facilities on site.

VI.

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

AGENCY

PURPOSE

DOCUMENTS TO PREPARE

Two (2) 2x2 color ID pictures taken


with one year before the filling of the

DTI
(Department of
Trade and
Industry)

application. The picture must be


For registration of
the business trade

identical and signed at the back.

name

Proof payment of Php300 for the


processing fee and Php15 for the
documentary

stamp

on

the

application form. You will get this


when you pay on the DTI cashier.

Cover Sheet

SEC (Securities

For registration as

Name Verification Slip

and Exchange

a partnership or

Article of Partnership

Commission)

corporation

Affidavit

Registration Data Sheet

Copies of DTI and SEC registration

Requirement for
Barangay

the Local
Government

documents

Lease contract, or other evidence of


your company being located within

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barangays jurisdiction

Barangay clearance

Copies of DTI and SEC


registration documents

Municipal Hall

Lease contract, or other evidence


of your company being located

For Mayors permit

within barangays jurisdiction

Company

Community

Tax

Certificate

SSS (Social
Security
System)

Fire Safety Certificate

Sanitation Permit

SSS Forms R-1 (Employers Data


Record) and R-1A (Initial

For mandatory
registration

Subsequent List of Employees)

Photocopy of DTI and SEC


registration documents

PhilHealth

For mandatory

Employer Membership Form

Photocopy of DTI and SEC

registration

registration certificate

Mayors Permit

Two (2) two copies of membership


Registration or Remittance Form
(M1-1)

Pag-IBIG

For mandatory
registration

Photocopies of DTI and SEC


registration certificate

Photocopies of SSS registration


forms R-1 and R-1A

Payment for the 1st Monthly


Contribution

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Two (2) copies of all qualified


employees members data forms
to the marketing division not later
than the second month after the
first payment of contribution

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VII.

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

GENERAL MANAGER

Quality Control (3)

Driver (2)

VIII.

Accountant (2)

Project Head (1)

Personnel (5)

GANTT CHART

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Sales Executive (1)

PROJECT TIME TABLE


2015
Activities

2016

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

Week

Week

Week

Week

Week

Week

Week

Week

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
Feasibility Study
Business
Planning and
Operation
Allocating
Capital
Formation of
Partnership
Registration and
Securing Permit
Selection of
Acquisition of
Location
Building the
Plant

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Purchasing
Machineries,
Equipment and
Supplies
Acquisition and
Installation of
Equipment
Hiring and
Training of
Employees
Purchasing Raw
Materials
Start of
Production
Launching
Promotion

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TECHNICAL
ASPECT

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Technical aspect of the EZ Life Corporation explains the operation and process
of how the automatic clothesline roofing system works. This chapter includes the
description of the product; how it is produced; the location and the vicinity layout of the
plant; the machineries used in the production; and other related information.

OBJECTIVES

To define the basic function or description of the product

To explain each process in making the product

To discuss the operating and production schedule

To illustrate the plant layout, size, and location

To enumerate the machineries or equipment and materials used in production

To discuss the structure of the plant, the cost and maintenance of the building.

To estimate the cost of utilities and the material used

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I.

GENERAL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

A. Product Description
The device is composed of 9 ribs per 1-meter frame. The rib has an umbrella-like
mechanism but instead of circular formation, it is constructed in linear assembly. Two
disconnected wires serve as a rain sensor. When a rain droplet is placed between the
wires, it conducts electricity thus making electricity flow to the other wire. A motor that is
activated by a rain sensor triggers the controller bar to move upward to open the
canopy. When the roof is activated, a fan that is connected to the controller turns on
automatically. All components are attached to base or frame that is bolted to a wall
above the window.

Perspective View

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Front View

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Fan is manually adjusted to change where to focus the cooling system.

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B. Product Parts and Function

a. Base/frame
A 1m x 0.3m metal sheet or wood
that is used as base where ribs
and its mechanisms are attached.
The base/frame is located at the
wall above the window and the
clothesline. It is bolted to the wall
to prevent it movement when
mechanism runs.

b. Ribs
Ribs are connected links
that is attached to the
base. One link is able to
move upward and
downward. This
movement causes other
links to move forward.

c. Controller
Bar

A metal bar that is connected


to the motor and causes the
link to move upward or
downward.

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d. Fan/blower

A mechanical fan that ventilates what is under the canopy.

e. Canopy
It is made from fiber cloth that serves as the
cover or roof of the system. It is sewed to the
ribs so it will follow the movement of the ribs.

f. Motor
A customized motor that has a function to detect rain by using
the property of water as a conductor.

g. Switch
A switch that serves as a reverse button to bring the ribs to its
initial position.

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II.

Manufacturing Process
a. Process of Manufacturing
i. Fabricating The Main Frame/Base

Chart. No

Sheet No.

SUMMARY

SUBJECTED CHARTED:

ACTIVTY

ACTIVITY:
Fabricating The Main Frame/Base

Operation

Transport

Delay

Inspection

Storage

METHOD: Present/Proposed

Distance

LOCATION:

Time

OPERATIVES:

Cost

CHARTED BY:

Labor

APPROVED BY:

Material

DATE:

PRESENT

PROPOSED

TOTAL
Qty

Distance

Symbol

Time

Remarks

Moving materials From Storage to


Production Area
Exterior Case and Metal Work
Cutting Metal into desired size
Inspecting Measurements and
Defects
Drilling Holes for the Assembly of
Ribs and Fan
Material is stored for further
operations
TOTAL

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ii. Fabricating Fan parts


Chart. No

Sheet No.

SUMMARY

SUBJECTED CHARTED:

ACTIVTY

ACTIVITY:
Fabricating Fan Parts

Operation

Transport

Delay

Inspection

Storage

METHOD: Present/Proposed

Distance

LOCATION:

Time

OPERATIVES:

Cost

CHARTED BY:

Labor

APPROVED BY:

Material

DATE:

PRESENT

PROPOSED

TOTAL
Qty

Distance

Symbol

Time

Remarks

Moving Raw Materials From


Storage to be Production Area
Cutting, Blanking, and Molding of
the metal parts of the fan
Molding the plastic parts such as
fan blades, locks, and etc., of the
fan
Inspecting the Material for correct
measurement
Moving Parts from the Production
Area to The Assembly Line

TOTAL

iii. Preparation of Ribs


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Chart. No

Sheet No.

SUMMARY

SUBJECTED CHARTED:

ACTIVTY

ACTIVITY:
Preparation of Ribs

Operation

Transport

Delay

Inspection

Storage

METHOD: Present/Proposed

Distance

LOCATION:

Time

OPERATIVES:

Cost

CHARTED BY:

Labor

APPROVED BY:

Material

DATE:

PRESENT

PROPOSED

TOTAL
Qty

Distance

Symbol

Time

Remarks

Moving The Raw Metals from


Storage to Production Area
Cutting The Metals into the Desired
Length
Blanking or Creating Holes unto a
joints of the Metals
Inspecting for Correct
Measurements and Defects
Shaping the Metal into desired
shapes and size
Moving The Rib Parts From
Production Area to the Assembly
Line

TOTAL

iv. Assembling of Fan and Copper Coil


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Chart. No

Sheet No.

SUMMARY

SUBJECTED CHARTED:

ACTIVTY

ACTIVITY:
Assembling of Ribs and Fan

Operation

Transport

Delay

Inspection

Storage

METHOD: Present/Proposed

Distance

LOCATION:

Time

OPERATIVES:

Cost

CHARTED BY:

Labor

APPROVED BY:

Material

DATE:

PRESENT

PROPOSED

TOTAL
Qty

Distance

Symbol

Time

Remarks

Preparing The Materials in The


Assembly Line
Inspecting Measurements of Each
Part Before Assembly
Assembling the Fan Case, Fan
Motor, Fan Blades
Attaching the Ribs into the Base
Frame via bolts and nuts along
with the controller
Inspecting of Measurements and
Defects, and testing of Rib Joints
Movement
Storing The Assembled parts for
Further operations
TOTAL

v. Parts Coating
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Chart. No

Sheet No.

SUMMARY

SUBJECTED CHARTED:

ACTIVTY

ACTIVITY:
Parts Coating

Operation

Transport

Delay

Inspection

Storage

METHOD: Present/Proposed

Distance

LOCATION:

Time

OPERATIVES:

Cost

CHARTED BY:

Labor

APPROVED BY:

Material

DATE:

PRESENT

PROPOSED

TOTAL
Qty

Distance

Symbol

Time

Remarks

Parts are Disassembled and sent


to the Coating Area
1st Layer of Coating is Applied
The parts are stored in a cooled
area
2nd Layer Of Coating is Applied in
Various parts (If Necessary)
The parts are stored in a cooled
area to dry the paint.
The Parts are then moved unto the
Assembly line
TOTAL

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vi. Packaging
Chart. No

Sheet No.

SUMMARY

SUBJECTED CHARTED:

ACTIVTY

ACTIVITY:
Packaging

Operation

Transport

Delay

Inspection

Storage

METHOD: Present/Proposed

Distance

LOCATION:

Time

OPERATIVES:

Cost

CHARTED BY:

Labor

APPROVED BY:

Material

DATE:

PRESENT

PROPOSED

TOTAL
Qty

Distance

Symbol

Time

Remarks

Disassembling The Fan Assembly


Inspecting each parts for defects
and measurements
Separating the Parts and
Packaging them into sealed plastic
case
Placing the Plastic Cases unto
Cardboard Boxes and sealing it
Moving Packaged Assemblies unto
Storage area for Distribution

TOTAL

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b. Production Worker Work Description


1. The Materials that is to be used is delivered every 2nd week of the month. The
Materials are ordered in large quantities in order to lessen transportation cost
and provide sufficient supply of materials.
2. Each workplace starts their work on 8am as soon as the materials are delivered
on the work area.
3. The workers in the Storage Area are tasked in monitoring on-going delivery and
inspecting materials for defects and precise quantity that was ordered. The
workers make sure that the items that are received is recorded and making sure
that the delivery of the materials every 2nd week is on time and with no delay.
4. Materials are then stored and arranged in the warehouse. The Storage workers
keeps record on the amount of materials in the warehouse, they also record the
materials taken into the production area and as well as the completed materials
in the assembly line.
5. A number of workers in the production line are task in cutting and shaping of the
metal in the correct measurements. The Cutting and Bending of the Metal Sheet
also takes place simultaneously.
6. Another Set of workers are Assigned in creating exterior case or the Main Frame.
7. Another Set of workers are assigned at the creating of Ribss to be used.
8. Workers on the Assembly are divided into inspection, assembling and packaging.
9. Finished parts are then taken into the Coating Area where they are painted the
necessary colors and coating.
10. Workers on the Inspection measures and test finished product parts before
sending them to assembly area
11. Workers on the assembly area assembles and test the finished products for
functionality or for any defects in the operating before sending them to the
packaging area.
12. Workers on the Packaging area disassembles the Products and packaged them
into different containers and stored in a cardboard box.

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13. The Finish Products are then transported to the storage warehouse ready for
delivery.
14. Daily quota is then necessary to be completed on each workplace in order to
have a fixed and stable production throughout the different process, as each
work is necessary to be done in a successive sequence.
15. Workers on the Assembly and Production finish their work at 3pm due to the
working area conditions and considering the fatigue of the workers. Office
Workers finish their work at 5pm.

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III.

MACHINERIES

Machinery: CNC Shaping Machine


Specifications:
Material Processed: Carbon Steel, Super Duplex, Stainless steel, PVC, Copper and etc.
Power Consumption 2.2 KW:
Unit Price: P120,000
Quantity: 2
Total Cost: P240,00

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Machinery: Aluminum Sheet Cutter Machine


Specifications:
Application: Aluminum Cutting, Door Carving and Cutting.
Power Consumption: 4.5KW
Unit Price: P80,000
Quantity: 4
Total Cost: P360,000

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Machine: Metal Bending Machine


Specifications:
Material processed: Aluminum
Power Consumption: 5 KW
Unit Price: P80,000
Quantity: 2
Total Cost: P160,000

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Machinery: Plastic Molding Press


Specifications:
Material Processed: Thermoplastic
Power Consumption: 11KW
Unit Price: 200,000
Quantity: 6
Total Cost: P1,200,00

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Machinery: Bench Saw


Specifications:
Power Consumption: 2.2 KW
Unit Price: P40,000
Quantity: 4
Total Cost: P160,000

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Machinery: Coating equipment


Specifications:
Power Consumption: 1,100KW
Unit Price: P20,000
Quantity: 6
Total Cost: P120,000

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IV.

PLANT LAYOUT

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V.

MATERIALS USED

The Materials used are ordered in Bulk quantities in order to avail discounts on purchasing the
materials in bulk quantities. The Price are taken from Alibaba The Worlds Leading Platform for
Global Trade and is subject to change based on the market.

A. Plastic

Pellets

or

small plastic particles

are

the environment that

are

Micro

in

plastics

generally smaller than 1 mm (0.039 in) down to the


micrometer range. They can come from a variety of
sources, including cosmetics, clothing, and industrial
processes. Primarymicro plastics are manufactured
and are a direct result of human material and product
use.

Price: P80/Kg

B. Aluminum Sheet - Aluminum is also a popular


metal used in sheet metal due to its flexibility, wide
range of options, cost effectiveness, and other
properties.Grade 3003-H14, known for formability
and low cost. It is corrosion resistant and weldable.
It

is

often

drawn parts, mail

used

in stampings, spun and


boxes, cabinets, tanks,

and fan blades.

Price: P100/Kg

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C. Plywood - is a sheet material manufactured from thin


layers or "plies" of wood veneer that are glued together
with adjacent layers having their wood grain rotated up
to 90 degrees to one another.

Price: P320- 800 per piece

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VI.

UTILITIES
A. Electricity
Electricity will be provided by Meralco as it is the leading power provider in the country.
The estimated cost of the Plant will be around P100,000 per month or P1,200,000 million
per annum. Due to the operation of heavy and large machineries and size of operation.

B. Water
Water is provided by the Maynilad with an estimated cost of P5,000 per month or 70,000
per annum for water is used on testing of the equipment and in comfort rooms.

C. Telephone and Internet Connection


PLDT will be the companys provider to telephone connection and internet access.
Costing around P2,000 per month or P24,000 per year.

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VII.

Maintenance
Operation manager is the one in charge of monitoring the machineries used in the

company. Monthly Maintenance of machineries includes cleaning, inspecting and if necessary


replacing of interchangeable parts of the machineries, is conducted by the operation manager.
Plastic Injection Machine are inspected for any defects or variation in the mold, inspection of the
plastic injection machine is done at the same time with the inspection of the machineries in the
production line.

The Company operates on minimum waste as the scrap material from the production
area are recycled and reuse. Main Source would primarily come from the raw materials in trash
bins but still waste segregation is heavily implemented within the company as compliance to its
environmental guidelines. Separation of the biodegradable from the non-biodegradable as the
biodegradable waste is stored in green trash bags for recycling process and non-biodegradable
is stored in black trash bags for proper disposal.

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VIII. Workers Uniform

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FINANCIAL
ASPECT

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EZ LIFE CORPORATION
For Years Ended March 1, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Cash on hand

2,969,740.00

4,622,204.00

6,691,900.00

9,281,564.00

12,519,189.00

Inventory

337,651.00

371,416.00

405,181.00

438,946.00

472,711.00

Total Current Assets

3,307,391.00

4,993,620.00

7,097,081.00

9,720,510.00

12,991,900.00

1,486,950.00

1,589,000.00

1,589,000.00

1,589,000.00

1,589,000.00

-148,695.00

-238,350.00

-317,800.00

-397,250.00

-476,700.00

72,400.00

87,307.00

87,307.00

87,307.00

87,307.00

-7,240.00

-13,096.00

-17,461.00

-21,826.75

-26,192.00

Assets

Current Assets

Fixed Assets
Production
Equipment
Less: Depreciation
Office Equipment,
Furniture and
Fixture
Less: Depreciation

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Delivery truck

175,000.00

70,000.00

70,000.00

70,000.00

70,000.00

Less: Depreciation

-17,500.00

-10,500.00

-14,000.00

-17,500.00

-21,000.00

Total Fixed Assets

1,571,677.00

1,484,361.00

1,397,046.00

1,309,731.00

1,222,415.00

Total Assets

4,879,068.00

6,477,981.00

8,494,127.00

11,030,241.00

14,214,315.00

Schedule of Sales
Estimated Units Sold
Year

Units

Price (Peso)

Ending Inventory
Sales (Peso)

Qty.

Units

Cost (Peso)

2016

4,500

2,000.00

96

4320

8,640,000.00

180

360,000.00

2017

4,860

2,000.00

97

4714

9,428,400.00

146

291,600.00

2018

4,925

2,000.00

98

4827

9,653,000.00

99

197,000.00

2019

5,110

2,000.00

98

5008

10,015,600.00

102

204,400.00

2020

5,150

2,000.00

99

5099

10,197,000.00

52

103,000.00

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Liabilities and Owners Equity


Liabilities
Accounts Payable

315,312.77

249,097.09

196,786.70

155,461.49

122,814.58

Premiums

39,286.35

42,036.39

44,978.94

48,127.47

51,496.39

Income Tax Payable

88,214.69

97,036.16

106,739.77

117,413.75

129,155.13

Total Liabilities

442,813.81

388,169.64

348,505.42

321,002.71

303,466.10

Coronel

340,665.00

442,864.50

575,723.85

748,441.15

972,973.31

Domingo

340,665.00

442,864.50

575,723.85

748,441.15

972,973.31

Espaola

340,665.00

442,864.50

575,723.85

748,441.15

972,973.31

Espea

340,665.00

442,864.50

575,723.85

748,441.15

972,973.31

Fernandez

340,665.00

442,864.50

575,723.85

748,441.15

972,973.31

Ferrer

340,665.00

442,864.50

575,723.85

748,441.15

972,973.31

Fider

340,665.00

442,864.50

575,723.85

748,441.15

972,973.31

Total Owners Equity

2,384,655.00

5,740,488.00

3,100,051.50

5,239,087.35

6,810,813.00

Owners Equity

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Schedule of Raw Materials Purchased


Raw

Quantity/Capacity/

Unit Price

Daily

Daily Cost

Monthly

Monthly

Annual

Annual Cost

Materials

Size

(Peso)

Demand

(Peso)

Demand

Cost (Peso)

Demand

(Peso)

Round Ba

.25cmD x 50cm

20.00

24

480.00

528

10,560.00

6336

126,720.00

35.00

24

840.00

528

18,480.00

6336

221,760.00

Angle Bar

1cm (0.5 inch?) x


50cm

Angle Bar

1cm x 25cm

30.00

24

720.00

528

15,840.00

6336

190,080.00

Angle Bar

1 X 150cm

165.00

24

3,960.00

528

87,120.00

6336

1,045,440.00

150cm x 48 cm

112.00

12

1,344.00

264

29,568.00

3168

354,816.00

Battery

12 V

450.00

12

5,400.00

264

118,800.00

3168

1,425,600.00

Motor

12 V

250.00

12

3,000.00

264

66,000.00

3168

792,000.00

12

15.00

144

2,160.00

3168

47,520.00

38016

570,240.00

200cfm/120mm

300

12

4800.00

264

79,200.00

3168

950,400.00

Aluminum
Steel

Umbrella
Ribs
Fans
TOTAL

21,504.00

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473,088.00

5,677,056.00

26

Advertising Expenses

2016
Unit
price

Qty.

2017

Total
cost

Qty.

2018

Total
cost

2019

Total

Qty.

cost

Qty.

2020

Total
cost

Qty.

Flyers

1.00

5,000

5,000.00

5,000

5,000.00

5,000

5,000.00

5,000

5,000.00

5,000

Banners

100.00

150

15,000.00

200

20,000.00

250

25,000.00

250

25,000.00

250

5000

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,000.00

10,000.00

Online
Advertisements
Total

30,000.00

35,000.00

35,000.00

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35,000.00

Total
cost
5,000.00
25,000.00

10,000.00
35,000.00

Business and Licenses permit

Description

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Barangay Clearance

500

500

500

500

500

BIR Registration

1,500.00

1,500.00

1,500.00

1,500.00

1,500.00

Business Permit

8,860.00

8,860.00

8,860.00

8,860.00

8,860.00

DTI Registration

1,000.00

1,000.00

1,000.00

1,000.00

1,000.00

Patent Registration

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,000.00

15,000.00

Sanitary Permit

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,000.00

5,000.00

SEC Licenses

2,665.00

1,000.00

1,000.00

1,000.00

1,000.00

Total

34,525.00

32,860.00

32,860.00

32,860.00

32,860.00

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Gasoline Expense
2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Gas

145,000.00

153,054.00

161,108.00

169,162.00

177,216.00

Total

145,000.00

153,054.00

161,108.00

169,162.00

177,216.00

Delivery Equipment
2016

Delivery Truck
Total

Cost/Unit

Quantity

Total Price

Useful Life

Depreciation

175,000.00

175,000.00

10

17,500.00

175,000.00

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17,500.00

Equipment
2016
Cost/Unit

Quantity

Price

Useful Life

Depreciation

Air Conditioner

10,000.00

10,000.00

10

1000

Coffee Maker

1500

1500

10

150

Water Dispenser

2,000.00

4,000.00

10

600

Wall Clock

150

150

10

15

Industrial Fan

1,500.00

6,000.00

10

600

Tray Racks

4,500.00

9,000.00

10

900

Wall Clock

150

300

10

30

Office

Production

Total

30,950.00

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3,295.00

Production Machines
2016
Cost/Unit

Quantity

Total Cost

Useful Life

Depreciation

Bench Grinder

15,000.00

30,000.00

10

3,000.00

Bender

100,000.00

100,000.00

10

10,000.00

Drill Press

150,000.00

150,000.00

10

15,000.00

Lathe Machine

380,000.00

1,140,000.00

10

114,000.00

Welding Machine

18,000.00

36,000.00

10

3,600.00

Total

1,456,000.00

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145,600.00

Utilities Expense

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Electricity

45,000.00

47,250.00

49,612.50

52,093.13

54,697.78

Telephone/Internet

12,000.00

12,600.00

13,230.00

13,891.50

14,586.08

Water

9,000.00

9,450.00

9,922.50

10,418.63

10,939.56

Total

66,000.00

69,300.00

72,765.00

76,403.25

80,223.41

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Furniture and Fixture

Cost/Unit

Quantity

Total Price

Useful Life

Depreciation

15,000.00

30,000.00

10

3,000.00

Tables

2,500.00

10,000.00

10

1,000.00

Office Chairs

1,500.00

6,000.00

10

600.00

Locker

2,000.00

16,000.00

10

1,600.00

Mono block

200

20

4,000.00

10

400.00

Working Tables

800

6,400.00

10

640.00

Office
Filing Cabinet

Production

Total

72,400.00

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7,240.00

EZ LIFE CORPORATION
SCHEDULE OF DEDUCTIONS OF SSS, PAG-IBIG, PHILHEALTH AND TAX
For the year 2016
SSS
Position

PhilHealth

Pag-IBIG

Salary
ER

EE

ES

PS

ES

PS

W-tax

ECOLA

13th
Month Pay

Net Pay

Gen. Manager

300,000.00

13,080.00

6,000.00

3,744.00

3,744.00

1,200

1,200

44,449.96

650

25,000.00

313,460.00

Accountant

216,000.00

13,080.00

6,000.00

3,000.00

3,000.00

1,200

1,200

13,299.96

650

18,000.00

220,150.00

Sales Executive

180,000.00

13,080.00

6,000.00

3,300.00

3,300.00

1,200

1,200

20,499.96

650

15,000.00

183,850.00

Supervisor

180,000.00

13,080.00

6,000.00

3,300.00

3,300.00

1,200

1,200

20,499.96

650

15,000.00

183,850.00

Production Head

180,000.00

13,080.00

6,000.00

3,000.00

3,000.00

1,200

1,200

20,499.96

650

15,000.00

184,150.00

Worker 1

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Worker 2

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Worker 3

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Worker 4

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Worker 5

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Worker 6

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Warehouseman1

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Warehouseman2

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Security Guard 1

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Security Guard 2

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Security Guard 3

91,680.00

6,480.00

3,000.00

1,050.00

1,050.00

1,200

1,200

2,835.96

650

7,640.00

93,420.00

Total

2,064,480.00

136,680.00

63,000.00

27,894.00

27,894.00

19,200.00

19,200.00

150,445.36

10,400.00

172,040.00

2,113,080.00

Source: SSS deduction bracket (2007); Philhealth deduction bracket RF-1 form (revision 2007); Withholding tax table from BIR
(revised Jan 2009) Pag-IBIG contribution is Php 200.00 per month. ECOLA (Cost of living allowance per month) = Php 50.00 per
month.
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EZ LIFE CORPORATION
Owners Equity
2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Beginning

225,000.00

337,500.00

506,250.00

759,375.00

1,139,062.50

Net Income

115665

144,581.25

180,726.56

225,908.20

282,385.25

Ending:

340,665.00

482,081.25

686,976.56

985,283.20

1,421,447.75

Beginning

225,000.00

337,500.00

506,250.00

759,375.00

1,139,062.50

Net Income

115665

144,581.25

180,726.56

225,908.20

282,385.25

Ending:

340,665.00

482,081.25

686,976.56

985,283.20

1,421,447.75

Beginning

225,000.00

337,500.00

506,250.00

759,375.00

1,139,062.50

Net Income

115665

144,581.25

180,726.56

225,908.20

282,385.25

Ending:

340,665.00

482,081.25

686,976.56

985,283.20

1,421,447.75

Beginning

225,000.00

337,500.00

506,250.00

759,375.00

1,139,062.50

Net Income

115665

144,581.25

180,726.56

225,908.20

282,385.25

Ending:

340,665.00

482,081.25

686,976.56

985,283.20

1,421,447.75

Beginning

225,000.00

337,500.00

506,250.00

759,375.00

1,139,062.50

Net Income

115665

144,581.25

180,726.56

225,908.20

282,385.25

Ending:

340,665.00

482,081.25

686,976.56

985,283.20

1,421,447.75

Beginning

225,000.00

337,500.00

506,250.00

759,375.00

1,139,062.50

Net Income

115665

144,581.25

180,726.56

225,908.20

282,385.25

Coronel, Capital

Domingo, Capital

Espaola, Capital

Espea, Capital

Fernandez, Capital

Ferrer, Capital

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Ending:

340,665.00

482,081.25

686,976.56

985,283.20

1,421,447.75

Beginning

225,000.00

337,500.00

506,250.00

759,375.00

1,139,062.50

Net Income

115665

144,581.25

180,726.56

225,908.20

282,385.25

Ending:

340,665.00

482,081.25

686,976.56

985,283.20

1,421,447.75

Fider,
Capital

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EZ LIFE CORPORATION
Current Assets
Raw Materials
Total Current Asset Cost

380,688.00
380,688.00

Fixed Assets
Delivery Truck

175,000.00

Furniture & Fixture

72,400.00

Properties & Equipment

1,486,950.00

Total Fixed Asset Cost

1,734,350.00

Other Expenses
Advertising Expense

30,000.00

Business & License

32,860.00

Gasoline Expense

145,000.00

Indirect Materials

213,130.00

Labors Expense

170,560.00

Patent

15,000.00

Utilities Expense

66,000.00

SSS, PhilHealth, Pag-ibig

1,138,756.00

Total Other Expenses Cost


Repair & Other Maintenance
Expense

1,811,306.00
30,000.00

Total

3,956,344.00

Contingencies (3%)

118,690.32

Total Project Cost

4,075,034.32

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FINANCIAL RATIOSFINANCIAL RATIOS


A. Over-all Firm Liquidity

Current Ratio = Current Assets/Current Liabilities


Year 1
Current Asset

Year 2

Year 3

4,879,068.00 6,477,981.00

Current
Liabilities

Year 4

8,494,127.00

Year 5

11,030,241.00 14,214,315.00

442,813.81

388,169.64

348,505.42

321,002.71

303,466.10

11.01

16.68

24.37

34.36

46.83

Current Ratio

Acid-Test Ratio = (Current Assets-Inventory)/Current Liabilities


Year 1
Current Assets

Year 2

4,879,068.00 6,477,981.00

Inventory
Current
Liabilities

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

8,494,127.00

11,030,241.00

14,214,315.00

2,750,00

2,813,440

2,854,832

1,449,795

2,955,155.00

442,813.81

388,169.64

348,505.42

321,002.71

303,466.10

4.80

9.440

16.18

29.84

37.10

Acid-Test Ratio

B. Degree of Indebtedness

Debt Ratio = Total Liabilities/Total Assets


Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

442,813.81

388,169.64

348,505.42

321,002.71

303,466.10

4,879,068.00

6,477,981.00

8,494,127.00

11,030,241.00

14,214,315.00

0.090

0.059

0.041

0.029

0.021

Total
Liabilitie
s
Total
Assets
Debt
Ratio

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C. Profitability
Total Assets Turn-over Ratio = Sales/Total Assets
Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Sales

8,640,000.00

9,428,400.00

9,653,000.00

10,015,600.00

10,197,000.00

Total Assets

4,879,068.00

6,477,981.00

8,494,127.00

11,030,241.00

14,214,315.00

1.77

1.46

1.14

.908

.712

Total Asset
Turn-over
Ratio

Return on Investment = Income/Investment


Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Income

1,353,411.00

1,687,077.00

2,103,003.00

2,621,538.00

3,267,927.00

Investment

2,700,000.00

4,053,411.00

5,740,488.00

7,843,491.00

10,465,029.00

Total

0.50

0.42

0.37

0.33

0.31

50%

42%

37%

33%

31%

Pricing
Raw Materials

393,888.00

Production Labor

98479

Depreciation

9847.9

Electricity

45000

Water

12000

Total

9000

Units to be sold

568,214.90

Unit Cost

4320

12% VAT

2000

Unit Cost with VAT

240

Selling Price

2265

Selling Price

2265

Units to be sold

4320

Sales

P 9,784,800

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SOCIO-ECONOMIC
ASPECT

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Socio-Economic Aspect
EZ life Company will provide an automatic roofing system products, the socio-economc
explains the benefits the EZ life Company can contribute to the community and to the
economy. The socio-economic study will explain

how the product will affect the

individual around remote areas and the same time to the urban areas. EZ life Company
can give and analyze the cost and benefit in the economy that includes the consumer,
competitors, partners and other industries in the study.

OBJECTIVES:
H. To determine the socio-economic contributions of EZ life Company.

IX.

SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION

In establishment manufacturing company, the consumer public usually


has the impression the producers like us, establish the business to our own
reason of profit. There is no detail of this matter but there are other parties will
surely benefit directly or indirectly from the business.

The company will have an effect on the environment by the start of its
operations. EZ life Company will have job opportunities therefore creating a
contribution to the environment. The company will be hiring employees to
perform specific tasks prior to their job. Having a company, manpower will be
much needed to run business. Manufacturing the product means buying raw
materials and utilities having an effect for demand for supply of raw materials
and utilities.
EZ life Company will have a contribution to bring to the economy and
society and its customer.

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A. Economy
Employment rate will be increased and subsequently would be able
to provide enough income for the employee to sustain their likelihood
and needs. It could also contribute in boosting the economic growth of
the country.

B. Society
EZ life Company could improve the standard living of a number
of individual by providing
EZ life Company came up with an automatic roofing system that
will make the society life easier.

C. Customers
EZ life Company would probably distribute an automatic
roofing system on the clothes line in the areas that have minimal
spaces like condo and apartment where the people who live there
are always busy and sometimes forget some of their clothes on
their clothe line. EZ life will take away their worries if their close will
get wet when rain comes because of the automatic roofing system.

X.

COST BENEFIT
This EZ life Company product is not that costly, but the
benefits that can be realized not only by the owners of the
establishment but the other people who are in contract with the
business.
A. Cost
For the owners

Monetary costs (labor, new materials, installation, operating


expense and taxes.)

For the customers


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Payment to the product.

B. Benefits
For the owners

Provides the products to the customer.

For the customer

XI.

Less worries to the forgotten clothes on clothes line

Keep clothes clean and dry

CONTRIBUTION TO THE PHILIPPINE ECONOMY


The business will serve as an instrument in providing simple product
can be used commercially and in residential.
EZ life Company could provide some jobs that can serve as an
opportunity for some unemployed Filipino workers. That will help the country
economy.

A. Employment and Income


The company will be hiring workers to produce the said product
of the establishment. The company will give its workers the right salary
and benefits.
B. Taxes
Earning money has an equivalent tax, taxes that the
government uses for public infrastructures like bridges, overpass,
flyover, roads, schools and all government structures.

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SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROJECT

Income

Improved
Living Standard

Taxes

Government

Employment

Project
Supply of
Commodities
Production

Community
Development

Import Substitute

Foreign Exchange

Additional
Supply

Lowering Prices

Domestic
Market

Market
Materials
Demand
Local Materilas
Utilization

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