Page 1 of 50 - About 500 Essays
  • The Importance Of Lean Manufacturing In Manufacturing

    In this exceptional global market, many manufacturing companies were forced to adopt optimized operational and production process with high quality as per customers requirement in short period, so it became a ultimatum challenge to several manufacturing industries to survive in the competitive market. All medium and large industries started focusing on the Lean production technique and became an effective practice to very industry from past few years. Due to few main driving forces like to increase the market, feasibility, performances indicators, costumers made companies to adopt the lean forcible. Lean technique can state as a series of activities to eliminate waste and NVA tasks, improving valve added operations, which we can obtain smooth…

    Words: 983 - Pages: 4
  • Agile Manufacturing Case Study

    parameters is known as a manufacturing system (systemdesign, nd). Flexibility, capacity, lead time, efficiency, environment, volume and variety are a few of the various criteria through which the right product specification are successfully achieved ( ). Craft industries where the early manufacturing industries in the early nineteenth century. They were classified as heavy weights, time consuming and react slowly to modification in the environment (Torlak, 2004). The use of committed…

    Words: 1226 - Pages: 5
  • Taylorism In The Manufacturing Industry

    Mass service sector organisations use features of ‘classic’ Taylorism in a similar ways to the manufacturing industry. These sectors operate on a similar mass production system based on standardisation, routinisation, control and fragmentation of tasks which are all a part of the Taylorist division of labour (Edgell 2012). The effects of Tayloristic division of labour in the expanding mass service sector were noticed by Ritzer (1996) with McDonalds, which have applied mass production system…

    Words: 1203 - Pages: 5
  • The Impact Of Indian Manufacturing In India

    When some people think of manufacturing in India, they imagine people working in crowded wooden huts, building largely outdated products, and lacking any sort of technological aid. However, what many fail to realize, is that this idea of Indian manufacturing is as outdated as India 's near century old labor laws. Indian manufacturing has progressed immensely in recent years. Even with India being projected to become a major worldwide manufacturing power by 2025, some still believe that the…

    Words: 1077 - Pages: 5
  • Just In Time Manufacturing Case Study

    The first component of just in time manufacturing that lowers cost is the concept of just in time delivery. Instead of having the parts arrive at the factory, storing them in a warehouse and having to access the parts at a later time, the parts are used immediately upon arrival. This requires the parts to be brought in on a much smaller scale, by the truckload instead of by the trainload. This also requires there to be a very complex logistic system that ensures that all of the parts required…

    Words: 1564 - Pages: 7
  • Beck Manufacturing Case Analysis

    Introduction Per Vonderembse & White (2013), Beck manufacturing produces steering gears for auto manufacturers. The president of the company, Al Beck, wants to know the capacity of the facility. Mr. Beck has asked me to sort through the data to determine the capacity of the system and find out a way to increase it. The facility operates for two 8 hour shifts a day with a 3rd shift for maintenance purposes. The layout I am presented with consists of a product layout that produces large numbers…

    Words: 1184 - Pages: 5
  • The Importance Of Lean Manufacturing

    non-value added activities and by optimizing value-added activities. Waste can be defined as anything that does not add value to a product from a customer’s perspective. There are seven types of waste: waste from overproduction, waste of waiting time, transportation waste, inventory waste, processing waste, waste of motion, and waste from product defects. Unlike manufacturing, it is difficult to reduce waste in service operations due to three of reasons. In service operations, it is difficult to…

    Words: 984 - Pages: 4
  • Similarities And Differences Between Service And Manufacturing Organizations

    Overview There are many similarities and differences between service and manufacturing organizations. Differences between are the tangibility of their output, production on demand or for inventory, customer-request of production, labor of operations and production location (Linton, 2016). Manufacturers offer their own service operations and both require employees who are experience and skilled people to gain an essential amount of profitable business (Linton, 2016). In this paper I will compare…

    Words: 909 - Pages: 4
  • Jit Manufacturing Case Study

    HOMEWORK-2 LEAN MANUFACTURING (INEN 5354) SURAJ KUMAR ATLURI (L20373989) DATE: 7/24/2015 JIT AND ITS HISTORY : Just-In-Time(JIT) manufacturing or production is the method of producing the products which are in demand to the customer needs and only the sufficient amount of it. Excess to the required produced is considered as a waste according to the JIT principles. Just in time was initially executed by Toyota in the mid 90 's due to several reasons. In the late 90 's the…

    Words: 707 - Pages: 3
  • Riordan Inventory And Manufacturing Process Improvement Business Requirements

    Devices will be cradled on their respective charges when not in use. 3. Devices will be under precision measurement, calibration and testing every 6 months. Riordan’s current manufacturing process As you can see from the above illustration, Riordan Manufacturing current process for the receiving of raw materials is a manual system, which could cause inaccurate information due to human error. With the slow process of each station information could take days before entering the system…

    Words: 2818 - Pages: 12
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 50

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: