An investment may fail. Or may take time to boom or reach to a regime which guaranties a nice profit. Is there a way to make the best start within the first day of an industrial production line. Even in the best organized companies, a food production line may need 2-3 years to settle down and start working problemless and efficient.
So what is the point we are missing? Didn’t we buy the right equipments, didn’t we have the right technology? Isn’t there a way to design and predict an efficient industrial investment. Is it important to have money first or an idea? Can’t we sit around a table and discuss step by step a project trying to foresee the start up day of an industrial produciton line such as a biscuit production. Until what certain levels we can count the risks, fails, and wins?
How is the industry growing all around the world? Through a plan or through a chaos? Which argument would you use to start projecting a wafer production line? Sellability? Manageability? Continuity? Enhanceability? Consistency? All?
When you are willing to dive into confectionery and bakery industries as a producer, it’s better to be equipped well before taking any action. Instead of buying the first machine, go spend some money for the feasibility or the rantability of your future investment to avoid, money, time, energy and motivation loss.