Sachet Water Production Process: How to Start Pure Water Business

Sachet water production process is one of the key questions we ask on satchet water or pure water production. Right now this is type of business is on the high rate with many individuals engaging in satchet water production or pure water business as we call it in Nigeria.

I’ve seen lots of people who are making adequate income from this business though popularity, brand name and location matters a lot. As long as Nigeria is concerned, sachet water business is highly lucrative cause this is what most people drink on the street and most household in Nigeria buy sachet water  in bags for their consumption. So if you want to engage in this pure water business as we call it, you don’t need to be afraid, but get a good marketer that will boost your brand.

Sachet Water Production Process

Starting a Pure Water Business

You have made up your mind that you want to start Sachet Water Production Process business below is the detailed guide on how to start it.

1. Location or Environment

In this 2018 it is recommended that you have to look into the location or the environment that you want to start the business. This business is extremely rampart, every location seems to have it especially popular area. To start pure water business, you need to have a good site, and what i mean by this is a location with traffic which has many shops that sells sachet water.

You mustn’t rent shop or whatsoever to start sachet water business, if you have a house of your own, you can start it there. But if you don’t then you should rent a shop for it at least for a start before expanding. So as location matters a lot, look for a place with less or no sachet water production process, go there and start it.

2. Means of Transportation

This is one of the major of requirements you should make available before thinking on starting sachet Water business. Without means of transporting the bags of water, you can’t sell anything or boost your business. You need to have a pick up vehicle or probably a truck or van to transport the bags to shops within or afar. To get this at a cheaper rate, you can go to onitsha, Lagos or Aba to get one for your business.

3. Register Your Brand Name

After getting the van or truck for your business, the next step you should take is to register your brand name and also get a NAFDAC registered number

4. Make adequate Water Supply

Water supply is the real deal on sachet water production process. No water no Business. Right now in the country we are lacking adequate water supply in the country, which the only alternative is bore hole water. Even if there’s water supply in your location, you should also sink a bore or get people that will supply water for you if the need arises.

4. Machine For sachet water production process

To make your sachet water stand out among others, you should get the necessary machines required for pure water production. Machines like distillation machine, water filter, ultra violet sterilized bulbs, sachet water filling machine, automatic sealing machine etc. You can get sachet water equipments in the market, konga, jumia or oversea online shopping mall like alibaba.

Sachet Water Production Process

Some these machines requires power supply, we all know how power supply is in this country so you should also get a Generator standby for a start and upgrade when you have expanded.

5. Employment of Workers

After the above is ready, the next step is to get workers for your business. For a start, two or three persons is enough for sachet water production with a driver that will distribute the bags of water. But if you can drive, you can save the cost and distribute the bags of water by yourself.

Sachet Water Production Process

Water is pumped from the borehole into the two overhead tanks of 5,000 lines each. Sample of water is taken to the laboratory for analysis and necessary treatment carried out. Chlorine is added to required level. The water passes through a series of filters outside the main building before entering the production room.

In the production room, the water pass through ultraviolet light water purify before going into the packer and sealer. The automatic packer sealer fills the sachet and seals it immediately the finished packed product is removed manually into the finished product room for distribution.

How to Market Sachet Water Business or Pure Water Business

Marketing your sachet water production business rest on the shoulders of the retailers who sells sachet water on bags and singles in their various shops. Go to them, talk to them about your brand and convince them that your water is superb and clean. You might even sell at a lower rate compared to what others are selling and from there they will tell the consumers about your Sachet water brand name and how good it is.

As long as the retailers talk good about your brand consumers will go for it and you business will boom but please you have to make the bag to be stronge and will not easily tear . So marketing your sachet water production or pure water business lies on the shoulders of the retailers. If you are not good in marketing, you can hire someone to do that for you. As the business grows, you will be making lots of profit like for example in owerri the capital of Imo state, a bag of sachet water is sold at the rate of N100 from the producers and N130 per bag from the retailers.

If you sell up to 300 per bag in day just for a start, that is N30,000 or 500 bags which is N50,000 for a start. With time and high demand you will increase the number and make more profit from it. During dry season there’s always a high demand for sachet or pure water which increases sales of water but during rainy season, the demand falls drastically and you might experience low sales.

So that’s what i have for you guys on Sachet water production process or pure water business, you can also make inquiries from the drivers of other brands about their experience on this business.


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