Design of an Optimum Planning/Production Systems for Very Small Production Lots: Applying JIT/MRP/ROP Systems to Optimum Performance
Richard F. Deckro
Manufacturing Management I
In this paper we suggest a method to achieve optimum system efficiency when used on very small production lot sizes with associated high costs and dynamic changes, as are typically found in high dollar capital equipment manufactures. We analyze a specific case, and applied a hybrid planning and production approach to achieve an optimum solution.
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Schorr, Karl, "Design of an Optimum Planning/Production Systems for Very
Small Production Lots: Applying JIT/MRP/ROP Systems to Optimum
Performance" (1992). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 764.
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