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History of company
Nov, 2001 company Ltd. Şti established in Ankara -Turkey with a foreign capital $ 35,000.00- Company shares acquired by local investor and moved Istanbul 2007.
Company core business is to sell animal farm equipment and tools, supply spare parts, related services in addition to farm construction and consulting. Has rights to sell and distribution some of EU companies in addition to local equipment production that providing global quality
- Exclusive distributor of the K Holding GMBH Co KG is predominant European company in the rubber industry has more than 2.000 employees worldwide. Which has established as a competent specialist in the rubber business in 1947.
- Since 1968 have been developing and manufacturing rubber mats for animal husbandry in Germany. Today about 200 employees exclusively concentrate on that.
- Company goal is to achieve more than just fulfilling general legal requirements, but furthermore apply environmentally friendly manufacturing processes.
Territories are Turkey and supplying; Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Iraq territories. Main market is dairy farms ranches and animal breeding farms ( horse, cow, bull, sheep, goat)
Türkiye süt sığırcılığı/ Turkish dairy population 2016
|Kapasite / capacity||İşletme / # Farm||%||Hayvan sayısı / # heads||%|
|200 – <||1.757||0,09%||840.000||6,19%|
- The number of small farmers who have 01-09 animals in Turkey is around 1.5 million. Sustainability of farming is declining in this group for this reason, the number in this group is decreasing day by day. Some of them are trying to reach the level of one or two higher groups with various state incentives and supports. Some of them are leaving animal husbandry.
- The number of small farmers who have 09-49 animals in Turkey is around 300 thousand. In this group, the competitiveness and economic profitability of farms are decreasing. For this reason, farms seek growth and competitiveness, trying to reach a higher group level with various state incentives and supports but misdirected towards short-term solutions.
- The number of medium-sized enterprises with 50-199 animals in Turkey is around 29 thousand. There are farms with industrial meaning in this group. They benefit from government subsidies and premiums and are in the formal economy. Profitability, growth and competitiveness.
- The number of large industrial enterprises with 200 or more animals in Turkey is around 2 thousand. Innovation, efficiency, highly competitive, prone to research, development and growth Benefit from government support subsidies and premiums and economic enterprises.
Although the records and production of the vast majority of farmers in 1 group are not known exactly. Due to the feed and milk price ratio, this type of livestock is moving away from being economical and sustainable. This group tends to slaughter due to the increase in animal care costs and difficulties for farmers. With the decrease in the number of animals as a result of slaughter, milk production also decreases.
Intensive animal farming (industrial farms) use 10 sqm of rubber mats for each cow to sustain animal comfort and welfare. Which is main concern for high productivity and yield.
As a summary: Turkish market has 15.000.000 cows x 10 m2 a potential of 150.000.000 m2 rubber mats for only dairy business. In next 10 years it is expected, dairy barns size and capacity will grow (by number of heads) where as number of small farms reduce.
Company can sell only 200 – < heads farms for the moment which is only 6-7 % of total Turkish market. That’s a also opportunities to reach remaining %93 of total potential.
|Total Current Assets||112.000-€|
|Plant and equipment||15.000-€|
|Total Non-Current Assets||205.000-€|
|Credit card debt||–||–||500-€|
|Total Current Liabilities||76.604|
Profit and loss (P&L)
Sales – COGS = gross profit – expenses = net profit
|Others services and commissions||200.000-€|
|Cost of goods sold||1.000.000-€|
|Administrative overhead and total expenses||100.000-€|
|Travel and other||16.000-€|
|Wages and other overheads||47.000-€|
|Net Operating income||400.000€|
|Profit before interest and taxes||470.050-€|
|What level of sales do I need to cover all my expenses?||Breakeven point||COGS + expenses||1.000.000+ 100.000= 1.100.000-€|
|Is my business operating profitably?||Gross profit margin|
Net profit margin
|Gross profit ÷ revenue x 100|
Net profit ÷ revenue x 100
|500.000/ 1.500.000×100 =33% |
450.000/ 1.500.000 x100=30%
|Does my business have too much debt?||Debt to income ratio||Total liabilities ÷ sales x 100||76.000/ 1.500.000x 100= 7,6 %|
|Can my business survive an economic downturn?||Debt to equity ratio||Total liabilities ÷ equity x 100||76.000/ 35.000 x100= 217 %|
|Can my business afford to pay its bills?||Liquidity ratio||Current liabilities ÷ current assets x 100||76.000/ 112.000x 100= 67.85%|
|How much working capital should I retain in the business?||Working capital ratio||Current assets ÷ current liabilities||112.000/ 76.000= 1.47|
|Is my business earning a worthwhile return?||Return on investment||Net profit ÷ equity x 100||450.000/ 35.000×100= 1.28%|
|How quickly is my stock turning over?||Inventory turnover||Closing stock ÷ COGS x 365||70.000/ 1.500.000 x 365 = 17|
|How many days do customers take to pay me?||Accounts receivable||Accounts receivable ÷ net sales x 365||2.000 / 1.500.000 x365 =0,48|
|How quickly am I paying invoices?||Accounts payable turnover||Accounts payable ÷ purchases x 365|
|Are my expenses under control?||Expenses ratio||COGS + total expenses – (depreciation and interest) ÷ revenue x 100|