Handbook of Material and Capacity Requirements Planning
McGraw-Hill Education, Jun 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
This step-by-step handbook is aimed at providing production and inventory managers the tools they need to choose and implement an optimal materials and capacity requirements planning (MCRP) system that helps reduce costs, increase sales, and improve their firm's competitive position. At the same time, it should prepare readers for the materials and capacity requirements certification exam given by the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS).
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Background for MCRP
Basics of Inventory Control Priority Planning
BOM and MRS
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9 Gross actual APICS assembly ball-point pen Bill of Materials calculated Capacity Planning Capacity Requirements Planning Chapter competition components Control System customer orders database Demand Response develop direcdy due date Engineering environment example Falls Church fixed order flexibility forecast function Gross Requirements implementation inputs Item Master item number job shop Kanban lead load load profile Lot Sizing Lot-Sizing M&CRP system M&CRP-MRP machines Make-to-Order Make-to-Stock manufacturing system Master Production Schedule Master Schedule Material Requirements Planning modules MRP II system MRP plans on-hand operation order quantity packages percent performance measures PERIOD Item Planned Order Receipts Planned Order Releases planner Planning and Control priority planning Production and Inventory production plan Project Team Projected Available purchase orders queue reduce routing Safety Stock Scheduled Receipts selection setup shown in Figure specific stock-on-hand supplier techniques tion