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Stratégies de gestion des opérations : planification de la mise en page des installations

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    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    A product layout is one in which equipment and tasks are arranged according to the progressive steps involved in producing a single product.

    Tashika B.
    US
    Tashika B.

    Production layout are common and very productive.

    Yasir Zacharia J.
    SD
    Yasir Zacharia J.

    Facilities layout arrangement of productions steps by step that enables the efficiency of production from its first stage (raw) into final product in which employees of the organization can accept.

    Yasir Zacharia J.
    SD
    Yasir Zacharia J.

    What is the difference between product layout and fixed-position layout?

    Hermina S.
    LC
    Hermina S.

    What criteria(s) would management have to consider which can help them decide the type of planning layout it requires yet at minimal cost?

    Morne V.
    ZA
    Morne V.

    process, product, cell-unit and fixed-position layouts

    Sunday O.
    NG
    Sunday O.

    having a enable environment are the men key in any production industry

    Rodger B.
    ZM
    Rodger B.

    Ship building is one of examples that explains fixed- position layout

    Rodger B.
    ZM
    Rodger B.

    of the four layouts i think the process layout is the best.

    Thomas Haingura M.
    NA
    Thomas Haingura M.

    A product layout is one in which equipment and tasks are arranged according to the progressive steps involved in producing a single product. Many fast food restaurants use the product layout with activities associated with producing the goods arranged in sequence. The product layout is regarded as efficient when the organisation produces large volumes of identical items. This duplication of functions can be economical only if the volume of products produced is high enough to keep each area working on the specialised products.

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