Techmentool: Production Planning (PPC)- Part 4 - Production Planning & Controlling
Improve supply chain effectiveness, productivity, customer satisfaction, and profitability with help from this authoritative resource. In-depth coverage of manufacturing planning and control MPC best practices and the latest research gives you the competitive advantage in today's global manufacturing environment, and helps you to obtain the coveted CPIM designation.
Manufacturing Planning and Control
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Job Shop Production Product Variety. Continuous Flow Process. A system configuration suitable for the competitive environment where low to mid volume production is called Flexible Manufacturing Systems FMS. Stage A B C D E Example How to maintain How to schedule How to determine How to monitor How to schedule final management accurate raw material component item component item vendor performance assembly Problems records production requirements Techniques and Vendor scheduling Cycle counting Shop-floor control Material requirements Master production systems procedures techniques systems planning MRP systems scheduling MPS systems Database Purchase orders Inventory records Part routings Bill of material Open customer orders elements. Majority of production and inventory decisions — component part planning, establishing priorities for unfinished work, etc.
Improve supply chain effectiveness, productivity, customer satisfaction, and profitability with help from this authoritative resource. In-depth coverage of manufacturing planning and control MPC best practices and the latest research gives you the competitive advantage in today's global manufacturing environment, and helps you to obtain the coveted CPIM designation. William L. Thomas E. Clay Whybark , Thomas E Vollmann. Covers the state of the art in manufacturing, including: Manufacturing planning and control Enterprise resource planning Demand management Forecasting Sales and operations planning Master production scheduling Material requirements planning Capacity planning and management Production activity control Advanced scheduling Just-in-time Distribution requirements planning Management of supply chain logistics Order point inventory control methods Strategy and MPC system design. Chapter 3 Demand Management.
Production Planning and Control draws on practitioner experiences on the shop floor, covering everything a manufacturing or industrial engineer needs to know on the topic. It is written in an approachable style, thus making it ideal for readers with limited knowledge of production planning. End of chapter questions help readers ensure they have grasped the most important concepts. MSc students and researchers working on manufacturing and industrial engineering topics, manufacturing engineers and others working in factories in roles related to PP and C. Elements of Production Planning and Control 2.