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  • (PDF) A CASE STUDY ON IMPROVEMENT OF PLANT

    This study aims to improve the existing plant layout for Tushar Engineering and Works, Nagpur. The final solution for a plant layout has designed to balance among the characteristics and considerations of all factors, affecting plant layout in order

  • Case Study and Analysis of the Production Processes in a ...

    2011-9-15  Case Study and Analysis of the Production Processes in a Steel Factory . in Jordan. Jamil J. Al Asfar ... a proposal on maintenance planning and procedure program was also included in this studyin order ... From the previous discussion,the need for introducing new technologies to the steel production is definite. This study provided the factory ...

  • (PDF) Case Study on Inventory Management

    This paper presents a case study for the assembling company on inventory management. It is proposed to use inventory management in order to decrease stock levels and to apply an agent system for ...

  • A Case Study of Production Improvement by Using Lean

    2017-10-10  A Case Study of Production Improvement by Using Lean with Simulation Modeling . ... a case study has adopted at an Iraqi company ... with perfect quality and no waste" or "JIT is a disciplined approach to improving overall productivity and eliminate waste. It provides for the costeffective production and delivery of the necessary -

  • A Case Study on Improving Productivity by Reducing ...

    2015-12-18  Improving Productivity by Reducing Operation Cost as Six Sigma Process Improvement 151 sequentially. Also, a proposed solution may emerge early in the Measure and Analysis phase, leading to an emphasis on planning and implementation in the Improve phase. Such was the case in the Productivity Improvement project.

  • Cultural determinants of technology transfer - a case ...

    Technology transfer (TT) is a highly complex problem in development cooperation. Case studies that ITB has conducted in various projects focusing on automobile and steel production as well as in the machine tool sector indicate that the multi-dimensionality of know-how transfer is often and greatly underestimated during the planning and implementation of TTs from one industrial “culture ...

  • Improving productivity in manufacturing -

    How The UK Is Tackling The Productivity ProblemHumans vs. RobotsCollaboration Is Key to ProductivityLooking AheadHaving worked with hundreds of manufacturing companies, Asif Moghal, UK manufacturing industry manager at Autodesk, has seen first-hand efforts to make processes more productive. He says: “The problem is that many are focused purely on the shopfloor, bringing in robots and automated billing, and so on, to save costs and reduce risks. A more effective strategy would be to focus on making the product design 在raconteur.net上查看更多信息
  • A case study on the integration of APS and ERP in a

    2018-6-5  This article describes the implementation of information systems to support the production planning and scheduling functions in two steel processing business units of a steel plant. In particular, the integration of the implementation of two systems is described: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS). The article presents a functional architecture that ...

  • Planning and Scheduling Optimization in Integrated Steel ...

    2015-6-5  1. Stochastic aggregate production planning formulation. A two-stage stochastic aggregate production planning model is developed for the inclusion of demand uncertainty. A case study is presented to outline the bene ts of in-cluding uncertainty in the optimization model in a

  • Multi-Echelon Production System Planning: Case

    This paper discusses mathematical modeling process of “make or buy” decision based on a real case in a steel company in Indonesia. The company has a multi-echelon production system that consists of many plants. The plants are connected by a given predecessor-successor relation [4,8]. Each plant needs materials that can be obtained through two alternatives, namely produced internally or ...