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Karan Singh
| Updated: 19 Apr, 2022 | Category: Factory License

How To Set Up A Brick Manufacturing Factory In India?

How ToSet Up A Brick Manufacturing Factory In India?
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With the growth and development of India, the construction industry has witnessed immense growth in India. The construction industry or business is the backbone of the prospering Indian economy. We believe that the real state sector plays an essential in the development of the country and the financial system as a whole. Brick is considered the main building material used in various construction types, whether commercial or residential. So, to set up a Brick Manufacturing Factory in India, it is vital to obtain Brick Manufacturing License.

India is the second-largest brick manufacturing country after China and it is deemed that the demand for bricks is always increasing. When a country is in the growing and developing stage, it focuses on urbanisation & the expansion growth of a country. All these aspects lead to a continuous demand for brick as a raw material used in construction activities. Thus, many people are convinced that opening a Brick Manufacturing Factory is a good business option. This blog will focus on how to set up a Brick Manufacturing Factory in India.

What are the Advantages of Opening a Brick Manufacturing Factory in India?

Following are the advantages of opening a Brick Manufacturing Factory in India:

  1. Rising demand for bricks;
  2. Competition at the local & regional level only;
  3. Presence of a handful of arranged players in the market;
  4. Low labour requirements;
  5. Reduced wastage of raw materials ;
  6. Cost-effective in terms of business structure;
  7. The brick-making process is easy & simple to understand;
  8. Typical small business idea;
  9. Low capital investment;
  10. Recycling the materials & by-products as possible.

Raw Material Required for Making Bricks in India

The concrete cement hollow blocks come in big sizes than the normal clay building bricks. The following are the raw materials needed for making hollow bricks:

  • Cement;
  • Stone chips with 0.5 inches;
  • Sand and;
  • Stone dust.

How Are Bricks Made?

Once we are well familiar with the process of how the bricks are made, drafting a blueprint of requirements for opening a Brick Manufacturing Factory becomes trouble-free. Following is the simple process of how bricks are made:

  • Collection: The different materials required for making bricks are collected first and including a collection of lime, soil, silica, clay, etc.
  • Tempering & preparation of the mixture: Once we have all the required materials, then they should be added in a specified proportion.
  • Mixing: All the materials are mixed well.
  • Moulding: The mixture needs to be moulded. There are 2 methods used for moulding. One is using hands and the second is the use of machinery.
  • Drying: After the mixture is placed in moulds, it’s dried for some days and drying usually takes 3 to 10 days. Drying can be done artificially or naturally.
  • Burning: Bricks are burnt to provide durability & strength. Burning takes place either with the aid of a clamp or a kiln.
  • Packaging: Once the bricks are ready to use after cooling down, they are packed in a way that makes them easy to carry & transport.

 Steps to Open a Brick Manufacturing Factory in India

There are various aspects and areas to be considered while opening a Brick Manufacturing Factory in India. The different stages and procedures as to how to open a Brick Manufacturing Factory are explained as follows:

Step 1: Business Plan: The most important step is creating a proper business plan. Once you are ready to open a Brick Manufacturing Factory in India, the idea needs to be executed. While creating a business plan, the strategy should be decided. The marketing, operational strategies, financial, and human resources must be defined in advance and the vital steps should be taken to accomplish them. You have to fix milestones for your business & prepare an action plan to reach them.

Step 2: Location: Once your business plan is created, then the next step is to decide the location of the Brick Manufacturing Factory. There are various thoughts to be made before you decide the location. Those considerations comprise the climate conditions & the temperature of the location. Proper warehouse facilities must be available, along with the factory space to store the bricks. The transport facilities must be within approachable and reach. There is a requirement for local labourers as the place must be accessible easily. Other basic amenities should be constructed at the decided location.

Step 3: Availability of Raw Materials: Once you decide your location, then the raw arrangementsof material should be done. They should be supplied from your nearest geographical location to save the transportation cost & assure timely delivery of raw materials. The different raw materials used in the manufacturing of bricks are stones, water, lime, sand, soil, cement, etc. These materials should be easily affordable and available.

Step 4: Manufacturing Equipment: After the third step, you need to decide what equipment would be required to produce bricks. The equipment or method you undertake for production purposes helps us decide the raw materials required and where they are required to be transported at your location. So, the 1st step is to list down all the vital equipment. Check the various models available for specific machinery and the variety of the same. Categorise your machinery as per the functions they are going to perform. Various suppliers & manufacturers need to be examined. The machinery to be used should be durable & economical.

Step 5: Costing: After deciding whether to adopt fully automatic or semi-automatic machinery, the costing needs to be examined. If you want the cost of machinery to be economical, you may go for 2nd hand buying. Compare the costs of different machinery, raw materials, etc. The result that you are expecting to produce requires to be examined. Consider the other costs linked with starting a factory, like material costs, labour costs, electricity bills, water, and other bills.

Step 6: Competition Analysis: The brick industry faces competition at the local & regional levels only. So, you must examine your competitors & the price they offer. To compete in this industry, you should focus on network building. Try to make new connections in the construction field. They will help you expand your business & ensure regular orders. Try to connect with the builders, contractors, architects, etc., of your locality and maintain good relations with them.

Step 6: License and Permits: Once you have completed all the above steps for setting up Brick Manufacturing Factory, apply for vital licenses and permits. There are various laws regarding kiln, environmental pollution[1] , etc., which need to be adhered to. You also need to register the clay brick. The geographical location should be decided as per norms laid down by the Government. Once you get the vital approvals & permissions, you can set up and start your Brick Manufacturing Factory.

Conclusion

Hence, we can conclude that starting a Brick Manufacturing Factory is economising and the demand is going to rise exponentially. However, a lot of research is involved before establishing a Brick Manufacturing Factory; it is easy to run once you know the details of the brick business in India.

Read our Article:How to Setup Helmet manufacturing business in India?

Karan Singh

A legal writing enthusiast, a wanderer, and a zealous reader. After gaining a lot of knowledge about the diverse legal topics and developing research skills, Karan joined the league of legal content writers to deliver quality-rich blogs.

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