How To Start Bottle Water Production Business In Nigeria

Bottle Water Production is a very profitable business to start in Nigeria, because it is easy to sustain and also,  the raw material which is water is free.

People cannot do without drinking water everyday. Hence, there is the need to provide water that is colourless, odourless, uncontaminated and safe for people to drink.

The business of bottle water production is also profitable because bottle water is served at parties, weddings, and other various functions. Bottle Water is found in most homes in Nigeria. This means that there is a huge demand for bottle water in Nigeria.

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How To Start Bottle Water Production Business In Nigeria

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Cities are expanding everyday, hence, the high population of people who consume bottle water products. By implication, this has led to the high returns on investment for people that are into the business of bottle water production.

Like every business, excellent marketing skills is required to make profit and be successful. The bottle water business is not an exception. You need excellent marketing skills to market your products to customers.

Good marketing skills give you the ability to establish excellent relationship with people who Wii demand for your bottle water products. Good market I g skills will also allow you to make carve a niche for yourself.

Amount of Money Needed for the Investment

You can start a bottle water production business with a starting capital of 1 million naira. It can increase to 1. 8 million Naira depending on the amount of equipment needed.

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Sourcing for Capital to Start the Business

Capital is one of the major prerequisites needed for starting a bottle water production business in Nigeria. Many people that want to start the business are unable to start because of unavailable capital. However, you can solve the problem of unavailable fund by approaching the following people:

a. The government

There are government organisations and departments who provide funds for individuals to start their business, provided they have  Good business plans.

b. Micro Finance banks

You can approach them for loans with interests. However, they have guidelines and conditionalities for giving out loans.

c. Commercial banks

They grant loans with interest to individuals wishing to start their business. You need to meet  up with their loan conditions and provide collateral for them. Their loans also have interests.

d. Cooperative societies

They give their members loans to start their business. Their loans also have interests which are charged as  per the agreed period.

Tools/Materials/Ingredients Needed

The following ingredients are needed:

a. Commercial water softeners and filters

b. Distillers

c. Storage tanks

d. Pressure vessels

e. Metering pumps

f. Ultra violet light

g. Oxidizer

h. Ultra air sterilized

i. Sealers

j. Bottles

k. Fire extinguishers

l. Generating set

m. Delivery trucks

n. Online batch number printer

o. High volume reverse osmosis skid

q. High volume reverse osmosis mobile units

r. Automated sealing machines

s. Office equipment

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Procedure on How to Start a Bottle Water Production Business

The following points should be considered

1. A good business plan is required to start your bottle water production business. It should include the step-by-step procedure for setting up your bottle water production business.

It should include the following important information such as the right bottle water production equipment to purchase, the location of the business, the amount of staff needed, the starting capital required, estimated turn over and profit, loan requirement if need be.

2. Do proper research: This involves doing research on the business before investing in it. This will also involve meeting and consulting with entrepreneurs already established in the business for their advice and the way to go about it.

3. Get a good business location: A good business site is where you produce your bottle water product to make profit.

It could be I a rented apartment, bungalow or duplex. It is important that your business site must not be far away from cities, markets and other sales outlets.

This will ensure that the customers have easy access to the products and also, ensure that they are quickly sold to the customers. You can produce your bottle water   in a building built from the scratch.

Your business premises should include: production room, raw materials room, mini laboratory room, waste material room, visitor’s room, director’s room, changing room, toilet and bathroom.

4. Source of water: The required source of water include borehole, spring water, mineral water.

5. Staff: These are the people that would help you run this business because you can not run the business alone. Bottle Water business is a big business which requires division of Labour and effective task execution to maximise profit.

Hence, there is the need to hire hard-working, knowledgeable, effective and dedicated staff  to ensure smooth running of the business.

6. Registering with NAFDAC and CAC: Register your business with the CAC. After this, register your business with NAFDAC  to ensure adherence to safety regulations.

NAFDAC  will inspect your company premises and equipment, and perform quality control and assurance on your products. You need to be familiar with the NAFDAC mandate on bottle water production.

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NAFDAC Mandate on Botle Water Production

NAFDAC is entrusted with the responsibility of safeguarding public health in Nigeria. To enable if perform this responsibility, it was empowered by Decree No. 19 of woe, am ended by Decree No 20 of 1999 to develop regulations and guidelines to carry out its mandate. These include:

a. Bottled Water Advertisement Regulations S?z-.17 of 1995, which prohibits the advertisement of any bottled water product imported into Nigeria, or locally manufactured unless the bottled water product has been registered by

b. Bottled Water Regulations 1.I of 1996, which stipulates that “No person shall sell bottled water unless a label had been affixed on it”.

c. Bottled Water Regulations S.1.I of 1996,which states that that “Every bottled water manufactured, I ported, exported, distributed, advertised and sold in Nigeria shall be registered in accordance with the provisions of these regulations.

Packing Strategies

Pure water is poured and packaged into customised bottles with NAFDAC registration number on their labels. They are sealed with round plastic covers using automated sealing machines.

After this, the bottle water are packed into customised cartons bearing the name of the producer, NAFDAC registration number, producer’s address, e-mail, contact phone number, customer care lines , social media platforms and website.

Marketing Strategies

Bottle Water products can be marketed directly to:

a. Shopping malls

b. Restaurants

c. Eateries

d. Fast food outlets

e. Hotels

f. Guest houses

g. Drinking joints

h. Supermarkets

i. Convenience stores

j. Departmental stores

k. Beer joints

l. Wine joints

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m. Offices

n. Schools

o. Universities

p. General markets

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