Feasibility Study of Wet Sago Processing Industry Business in Waelawi Village, West Malangke District, North Luwu Regency

  • Sumantri Sumantri Agribusiness Departement, Cokroaminoto Palopo University
  • Suaedi Suaedi Agribusiness Departement, Cokroaminoto Palopo University
  • Ria Nindi Safitri Students of the Agribusiness Department, Cokroaminoto Palopo University
Keywords: Income, business feasibility, wet sago industry

Abstract

This study aims to analyze the feasibility of the business of wet sago processing industry in Waelawi Village, Malangke Barat District, North Luwu Regency. This research was conducted in Waelawi Village, Malangke Barat District, the location of the study was determined intentionally (purposive sampling). When this research was conducted for two months. Determination of the sample was carried out by census because all the population were the managers of the wet sago industry which amounted to 10 people. Methods of collecting data through interviews and observations. Data analysis method uses income analysis and business feasibility analysis, namely Revenue Cost Ratio (R/C Ratio), Break Even Point (BEP), and Return On Investment (ROI). The results showed that the average income of the business of wet sago processing industry in Waelawi Village was Rp2,015,282/month, based on the calculation of business feasibility, the R/C value was 1.28> 1, while the BEP value of production was 168.1 kg, the value of The BEP price is Rp1,771/kg, and the ROI value is 28.06%. So it can be concluded that the business of wet sago processing industry is profitable and feasible to develop.

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Published
2019-10-18
How to Cite
Sumantri, S., Suaedi, S., & Safitri, R. N. (2019). Feasibility Study of Wet Sago Processing Industry Business in Waelawi Village, West Malangke District, North Luwu Regency. International Conference on Natural and Social Sciences (ICONSS) Proceeding Series, 1(1), 7-12. https://doi.org/10.30605/iconss.9