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TRANSPORTATION SAMPLE BUSINESS PLAN 




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10.    Financial Plan

10.1    Key Assumptions

Item Assumption
Expense base 2012
Business days per week 7 days
Working days per month 30 days
Capital expenditure (CAPEX) ZMK 3, 997, 500, 000
Working capital requirements ZMK 102, 500, 000
Security Assets of the business will be used as collateral
 
Interest rate 15%
Period of Debt 1 Year
Expected yearly growth rate in revenue 10%
Inflation rate 6.5%
Tax Rate 35%
Depreciation 20%
Capacity of buses 1 x Scania Marcopolo - 70 Seats 
1 x Scania Irizar - 69 Seats
Average number of passengers (tickets sold) per trip Scania Marcopolo – 65 tickets
Scania Irizar – 65 tickets
Number of trips per day Scania Marcopolo – 2 trips per day
Scania Irizar – 2 trips per day
Number of trips per month Scania Marcopolo – 60 trips per month
Scania Irizar – 60 trips per month
Number of trips per year Scania Marcopolo – 720 trips per month
Scania Irizar – 720 trips per month
Bus fare per person per trip
Lusaka – Chipata
Lusaka – Livingstone
Lusaka – Kitwe (to be active in future when entity expands)
(Daily departures from both ends applicable)
 
ZMK 130 000
ZMK 85 000
ZMK 70 000


Monthly Sales


Scania Marcopolo Scania Irizar Total
Average number of tickets sold per trip A 65 65
Number of trips per month B 60 60
Price per ticket (ZMK) C 130,000 85,000
Total sales per month (AxBxC)
K507,000,000 K331,500,000 K838,500,000















Fuel costs



Fuel



Diesel/litre
8000 8000
Fuel/trip litres
300 300
Number of trips per month
60 60


K144,000,000 K144,000,000 K288,000,000





Plus lubricants


12,000,000.00




300,000,000.00


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