OTG GTVorxins Manufacturing Guide

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Please create your own manufacturing outfit. Your virtual plant site is the poor community of your choice.

Choose them according to your hearts discernment.

They are normally the indigent and the poorest of the poor... they are not that hard to find.

The Street children and the minority groups will be perfect.

A group can be tasked to look for cans from the garbage.

Another group can be tasked to clean up these cans and open the top and bottom lids (equip them with the right tools).

Another group can be tasked to cut in half and sand file the cut halves on the cut edges.

Another group can be tasked to do the cuts;

Another group can be tasked to do the bending.

Deliver in carton boxes which is derived from the scraps also.

Bring to your in house plant for sticker labeling.

Copy the sticker icon in the blogsite fro your printers reference.

Remember... this items is a covenant to God and we have to make the poor part of the plan, part of the team, part of the OTG Family.

The buying price is based on the junk dealers buying from them.

They normally sell tin cans for only P10. per kilo in rough form.

We buy them in clean form at P20. per kilo
We buy them in finished form at P10. per piece.

They don't need to know how or where this is going to be used, unless they want to become mechanics... but why make your life more complicated than it already is?

This is simply a simple plan for the simple folks.

This way, we have solved the following requirements of manufacturing:

1. No need to build a plant;
2. No need to buy raw materials;
3. No need to hire regular employees;
4. No need to register the plant;
5. No overhead costs like electricity, water and phone;
6. No need to pay an HR Manager;
7. No need to pay salaries, just piece rates.


1. Give back dignity to the poor;
2. Give the poor a chance to make money with less work and danger;
3. Give the poor an huge role to play in saving this planet;
4. Provide you a bigger margin of profit, enough to give bigger discounts to clients;
5. Provide you a wider elbow room for more productivity for other OTG activities.

God Bless You All.

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