By A. S. Carrie, D. T. S. Perera (auth.), P. F. McGoldrick (eds.)
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The first is that the impetus for promotion may come from the customer. A big distributor may persuade a supplier to participate; the supplier might not be geared in production terms to such an activity. The second aspect is the cumulative effect of a programme of promotion and what this will do to production schedules and inventories. Implications for production The challenge is to forecast the response to the promotion and to schedule production accordingly. The incremental demand needs to be estimated and the pattern of build-up to the revised level has to be assessed.
The high cost and variety of materials used is such that it is uneconomic to store standard sizes or off-cuts from previous orders in anticipation of new customer orders. Customer orders for a particular material, colour and gauge will require anything from less than 10 to more than 100 different lengths of panel in quantities ranging from just one to more than 100 of each particular length. In bidding for customer orders the company needs to estimate fairly accurately how many parent lengths will be required after allowing for a significant amount of wastage in the reduction process.
E. the solution to the basic sequencing problem involved will differ owing to the increasing freedom of choice offered by the longer queue lengths. 1% output increase. (It could well be that the level of process stability observed requires a queue length in excess of any shown in the Table and it may be expected that this will always be the case unless highly stable Production Planning and Control 49 processes are involved. ) The solution offered by the operation-orientated simulation, over the same 50 orders, which takes the same approach as the vast majority of other planning systems, requires substantially more work in progress and achieves no output increase.
Advances in Manufacturing Technology: Proceedings of the First National Conference on Production Research by A. S. Carrie, D. T. S. Perera (auth.), P. F. McGoldrick (eds.)