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Business Plan For A

Transportation Company

D.Y.
transporta
tion

Executive Summary

Transportortransportationis the
movement
of
people,
animals
andgoodsfrom
one
location
to
another.modes of transportation include air,
rail, road, water cable pipeline and space.
This is a pivotal moment for our nation and
its commitment to Indias transportation
infrastructure.
The
Interstate
Highway
System has been built, but it no longer
meets all our needs and is showing its age.

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As our transportation network evolved, so
have our cities, towns and neighborhoods.
Traditional, compact patterns of streets and
buildings oriented for people on foot began to
change in the first half of the twentieth
century, when cars and trucks started
reshaping the landscape. As car ownership
grew
and
electrified
trolleys
became
increasingly vital to the growing suburbs, the
transportation
system
was
increasingly
important for connecting people and places of
various cities.

Company profile
Name

D.Y. transportation

Location

Bhiwadi (sector 17)

Mail Id

Dy.transportation@ya
hoo.com

Phone no.

09034340605,
09468324320

Company Background
The company D.Y. is start-up is the
operation in bhiwadi an initial investment
amount of at least Rs 27,73,000 is
required, which will allow the operation of
a small business with 2 owners.
Sales revenues are expected to range
between Rs 9,70,347 in the start-up
phase in three month and the operation is
expected to generate profits starting in
the first or second business year.

Market analysis
Average growth figures in revenues of
typical transportation companies during
the past 20 years. A lot of companies in
this industry have experienced constant
growth rates of more than 15% to 20%
since 1999. In 2005, a growth of 20% to
23% with a strong development in this
area .In 2010,a growth of 25% to 27% is
their .And in 2015 it is expected that their
should be 27% to 30% growth is their in

Competitors

J.P. road carrier


United cargo carrier
Khatu shyam
Sun rise cargo carrier
Parkash cargo carrier

Marketing Plan
In the start-up phase, it is a central task
of the marketing concept to establish
name recognition and a unique trade
mark. Later on, the strategy will primarily
be targeted to gain new company and
create
loyalty of repeat company .
Several marketing and sales promotion
strategies
are
available
in
the
transportation industry.

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The use of marketing and sales
promotions are done
to attract new
customers, the strategy will include a
combination of printed advertisements
and lowest price tender. Furthermore, a
group of company will be selected for
direct mailings. This strategy is expected
to continue for 3-4 months, after which
the effort will turn towards creating
customer loyalty for regular customers.

MISSION

Higher quality of service.


Reliability.
Punctuality and Timeliness.
Flexibility.
Continuous Improvement.
Efficiency.

S.W.O.T analysis
Strength:
Mail based booking
Increasing location quality for the
industry
A new innovative products or service
Weakness:
Lack of marketing expert
Limited fund
Pressure to provide key road
infrastructure

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Opportunities:
A developing market.
Not largely effected by competitor.
Threats:
Time delay increase cost.
Hike in fuel.
Taxes.

Investment Plan
The investment plan comprises primary
capital needs for the foundation and
operation of transportation . The plan
includes initial investment,
rent and
other charges . The business is run with 2
owners and expected revenues of Rs
38,81,388in a year.

Investment and profit(3


months)
Initial investment
27,73,000
Interest

14333.75

rent

30,000

Gross profit

14,70,000

tax

499653 (33.99%)

Net profit

970347

Calculation of investment
diesel

8,73,0000

Trucks owners
profit
Driver salary

12,00,000

maintains

1,00,000

total

27,73,000

6,00,000

Risk Analysis
The risk analysis considers critical factors that
may lead to a failure of the business concept.
Such factors can involve failures during the
implementation phase, as well as during
operations.
Insufficient demand: This is the most frequent
reason that leads to business failure. This
includes permanently low demand, as well as a
temporary collapse in demand. 19% of
businesses with insufficient demand go bankrupt

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Behavior of Competition: Due to low
entry barriers, additional businesses can
enter
the
market
at
low
cost.
Approximately
16%
of
insolvent
businesses were driven out of the market
by that competition.
Personnel and capacity utilization:
Often personnel capacity cannot be
adjusted easily when demand slows
down. Currently, business services have a
capacity utilization rate of personnel of

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Over-indebtedness: Many business are
run on a small equity base. The majority
of investments are funded by debt. If the
business becomes unprofitable, debt
obligations cannot be covered.
Location and market: The market of
the business and the selection of the
right potential customers is an important
success factor. More than 10% of
insolvent businesses reported that they

Conclusion
In the international transportation industry, it
is important that the customer experiences a
comprehensive and competent logistics
service. This will secure customer loyalty in a
market that is very fast and competitive.
The utilization of personnel capacity is critical
for the long-term profitability because of
changing margins and the constraints to
flexibly reduce personnel.
A critical factor in the logistics industry is
quality management. Better quality at lower
cost increases customer satisfaction.