Production & Inventory Management
South-Western Publishing Company, 1991 - Business & Economics - 870 pages
This book provides an excellent source for professionals preparing for professional certification examinations. This new edition has been significantly reorganizsed to reflect more closely the organisation of professional certification exams. Discussion follows the step-by-step decision-making process, including topics such as: establishment of management objectives, long-, medium-, and short-range planning, execution, and control. It also features increased emphasis on tactical and technological considerations.
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Production and Inventory Management PIM Environments
Part One Master Planning
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activities annual approach average batch bill of labor bill of material buffer calculated capacity management carrying cost rate Center central warehouse Chapter components customer service decision delivery dependent demand determine developed distribution economic order quantity equipment example Falls Church Figure forecast Gross Requirements increase input/output inventory investment inventory management Just-in-Time lot sizes machine manufacturing lead master production schedule master schedule Material Requirements Planning ment month motherboards MRP system operation order point system order quantity output percent performance period Planned Order Releases planning and control preparation costs Production and Inventory production plan Projected On Hand pull system queue RCCP resource profile rough cut capacity safety stock Scheduled Receipts setup costs shown in Table situation standard Station statistical process control stockout subassemblies supplier techniques theory of constraints tion total cost Week