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Issue 4/ 2010, article 5

Authors: Łukasz Hadaś, Piotr Cyplik

Title: HYBRID PRODUCTION PLANNING SYSTEM IN MAKE-TO-ORDER COMPANY - CASE STUDY

Keywords: hybrid production planning system, MRP/TOC, Push/Pull strategies, Make-to-order manufacturing

Abstract:

This paper presents hybrid production planning and shop floor control system in make-to-order manufacturing of complex products. It presents the general idea of multi-hybrid system and selected practical aspects of its creation and its implementation. The construction of this system is based on the planning and executive levels and main aspects of its integration and its support tools. The research was carried out in HCP S.A. Poznan (Diesel Engines and Generating Sets Factory). HCP S.A. Poznan is the producer of high-power marine engines. The lead-time of the final product manufacturing is between 9 months and 1 year, and takes about 40.000 hours per one engine. The main problems of this production system are high share of the work in progress and long lead-time, which, as a result, causes many expenses. The flow of material streams is extremely complex and represents "A-plant" class, according to V-A-T classification, including significant internal constraints ("bottlenecks").

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For citation:

MLA Hadaś, Łukasz, and Piotr Cyplik. "Hybrid production planning system in make-to-order company - case study." Logforum 6.4 (2010): 5.
APA Łukasz Hadaś, Piotr Cyplik (2010). Hybrid production planning system in make-to-order company - case study. Logforum 6 (4), 5.
ISO 690 HADAś, Łukasz, CYPLIK, Piotr. Hybrid production planning system in make-to-order company - case study. Logforum, 2010, 6.4: 5.
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