Strategic Process Design in Manufacturing Systems

There are three important things that need to be considered by industrial management, when designing a strategic process in a manufacturing system. That is the strategy in response to consumer demand, manufacturing process design strategy, and strategy in manufacturing planning and control systems. Strategies in response to consumer demand defines how a company’s manufacturing industry will respond to respond to consumer demand. Basically, the strategy in response to consumer demand can be classified into five categories: Design to Order (Engineer to Order), Make to Order, Assemble to Order, Make to Stock and Make to Demand. Manufacturing process design strategy defines how a product manufactured or processed. Basically, manufacturing process design strategies can be classified into five categories namely Project (Product No. Flow), Job Shop (Jumbled Flow), Flow Line (Small Batch or Interrupted Flow Line, Large Batch or Repetitive Line Flow, and Continuous Flow Line), flexible Manufacturing System (FMS), Agile Manufacturing System (AMS).

Manufacturing planning and control system Strategies defines how an industrial management will plan and control the manufacturing system when implementing short-and medium-term operation in the process of making products industry. Basically, industrial management can select or combine one or more options from six manufacturing planning and control strategies are known today. Namely Project Management (PM), Manufacturing Resources Planning (MRP II), Just In Time (JIT), Continuous Process Control, Flexible Control System, and Agile Control System.

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