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ORGANISATIONAL STUDY AT YETI PLASTIC INDUSTRIES PVT. LTD.

Submitted to, By: Diwan Singh K.C, MBA Bangalore University Click to edit Master subtitle(BU), 3rd Semester style USN: 10XECMAO28

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INDUSTRY PROFILE

Discovery of polyethylene in 1933 which after piping started in the mid 1950s in North America. Historical growth of pipe in the different years. About 95% of all the gas distribution in North America uses the plastic pipe for the distribution. Benefits of the pipe in the world contest: 1. Life cycle cost savings. 2. Leak free, fully Restrained Joints. 3. Construction advantages. 4.Seismic Resistance. 5. Durability. 6.Temperature Resistance .
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COMPANY PROFILE

Established in 1997 in the area of 10 acre. It is situated in a small town called Banepa which is 20 km far from the capital city of Nepal called Kathmandu. Company values Customer satisfaction. Commitment to quality. Innovative and creativity Respect for the individual. Competitors Panchakanya plastic, Nepal plastic etc. are the main competitors for Yeti Plastic.

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PRODUCT AND SERVICES


Manufactured in different sizes generally in the size of 10 inch to 20 inch length. It takes 1.75 kilograms of petroleum (raw material) to make 1 kg of HDPE to make the different size of pipe on the basis of diameter such as,20mm, 25mm, 50mm, 125mm, 160mm, 225mm, 315mm, of pipe. The final product are measured in meters.

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While manufacturing of the pipe the temperature for the raw material should be maintained 120 C/ 248 F for short periods and110 C /230 F continuously. Services Community awareness Social services hospitals Recycling of the plastic and the environment

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ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

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FUNCTIONAL DEPARTMENTS
Production department Finance department Marketing department Human resource department

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SWOT ANALYSIS
STRENGTHS 1. Strong dealer network in Nepal. 2. Good support from employees. 3. High quality products. 4. Well-qualified and technically skilled manpower. WEAKNESSES 1. Lack of working capital resources. 2. Being a private sector, amount of internal pressure does work in its way. 3. Shortage of updated technology within the factory. .
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OPPORTUNITIES 1. Less expensive alternative sources of energy. 2. Expansion to over seas (China and India). 3. Diversification of the product into the market. THREATS 1.Unfavorable policy of the Government. 2. Infiltration of more other products to the markets from other producers. 3. High pricing and scarcity of raw materials due to unstable Government

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FINDINGS AND SUGGESTIONS


FINDINGS 1. Working condition in the organization is hygienic due to the continuous support from the superiors. 2. The industry is competitive in the market. 3. There is no proper planning and control of the inventory. 4. Lack of the electricity due to regular power cut offs. 5. Senior staffs are highly skilled and cooperate the ground level manager. 6. There are no hierarchical barriers in the flow of the communication. 7. Marketing strategy is traditional. 8. Punctuality is the best part of the workers. 9. Political instability in the country hampers the growth.

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SUGGESTIONS 1. Different modern strategy should be adopted for the promotion of the project. 2. Proper maintenance of the raw material should be done. 3. For the regular power cut offs, alternate solution should be adopted. 4. The company can go for the more number of the new products. 5. Maintaining the peace full relationship with the local people helps in growth.

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