Having made the decision to set up a kitchen appliances manufacturing plant, there are several steps you will need to follow.
Acquiring the premises
Firstly, you will need to acquire the premises where the kitchen appliances manufacturing plant is to be based. You can purchase a plot of land, and go ahead to build the premises there. Alternatively, you may find (suitable) premises that have already been built – which you can go ahead to lease or buy.
Acquiring the necessary licenses/permits
Secondly, you will need to acquire the necessary licenses and permits from the government authorities. Usually, all you have to do is apply for these licenses and permits, and then pay the necessary fees.
Acquiring the equipment
Thirdly, you will need to acquire the equipment that you will be using to manufacture the kitchen appliances. You may be able to buy the necessary equipment locally. Alternatively, you may be forced to import the necessary equipment.
Acquiring the designs/prototypes
Fourthly, you will need to acquire the designs that you will be using in the manufacture of the kitchen appliances. This will entail working with design engineers, to come up with the designs/prototypes you will be using in the manufacture of the kitchen equipment.
Fifthly, you will need to recruit the people you will be working with, in the manufacture of the kitchen appliances. This means that you will need to establish a HR department. You may even go ahead to set up a HR portal for your staff: modeled along the same lines as the Lowe‘s HR portal (that is accessible through the Mylowes login screen.
Acquiring markets for your staff
Sixthly, you will need to get a market for the kitchen appliances you will be manufacturing. To this end, you may need to approach the people who are involved in kitchen equipment retail or wholesale business. The objective would be to get them to start stocking, in their outlets, the kitchen appliances you will be manufacturing.