Soap Manufacturing Business Plan Sample

A simple production method with high return in toilet soaps are invariably used in every household. The non-edible oil soap has huge market potential. The market is spread from remote village to the metro cities alike. In the modern society due to awareness towards the hygiene, Toilet soap has how become the necessity of life. Urbanization and development to tourism industry has led to both increase in demand and improvement in the product quality. New technologies have also contributed their bit in the development process. As a result today the markets are flooded with a variety of soaps varying in both physical and functional attributes.

Toilet Soap Market Potential

Various types of soaps available can broadly be categorized into three categories namely perfumed soap, carbolic soaps and medicated soaps. There is a tremendous scope for production in both of small and large scale due to the exponential growth of soap demands. The Indian Soap Industry includes about 700 companies with combined annual revenue of about $17 billion. Indian Soap Industry volume is Rs 4,800-crore. For the purpose of gaining a competitive edge, Indian companies are now relaunching their brands with value-additions to woo consumers across India.

Total annual soaps sales by companies marketing their brands at national or state levels is estimated at 14,000 tonnes of a total soaps market considered to be about 126,000 tonnes.

Toilet Soap Manufacturing Process

Both continuous and batch processes produce soap in liquid form, called neat soap, and a valuable by-product, glycerine.

The next processing step after saponification or neutralization is drying. Vacuum spray drying is used to convert the neat soap into dry soap pellets. The moisture content of the pellets will vary depending on the desired properties of the soap bar.

In the final processing step, the dry soap pellets pass through a bar soap finishing line. The first unit in the line is a mixer, called an amalgamator, in which the soap pellets are blended together with fragrance, colorants and all other ingredients. The mixture is then homogenized and refined through rolling mills and refining plodders to achieve thorough blending and a uniform texture. Finally, the mixture is continuously extruded from the plodder, cut into bar-size units and stamped into its final shape in a soap press.

Toilet Soap Manufacturing Project Synopsis

Plant Capacity: 100 kg/day Plant & Machinery: Rupees 8 Lakh
Working Capital: 38 Lakh Total Capital Investment: Rupees 76 Lakh
Return: 49.41% Break Even: 40.34%
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