Types of production systems

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Types of production systems

  1. 1. Types of Production Systems By- Pranav Kumar Ojha MBA 2nd semester MONIRBA, University of Allahabad
  2. 2. Types of Production Systems 2.Intermittent1. Flow Process ProductionA. Mass Production A. Job Production B. Assembly B. Project production Production C. Batch Production
  3. 3. Basic Types of Production ProcessesIntermittent Production System Production is performed on a start- and-stop basis, such as for the manufacture of made-to-order products. Done to produce small volume and high diversity products.Mass Production A special type of intermittent production process using standardized methods and single-use machines to produce long runs of standardized items. Usually used to produce small volume and low diversity products.
  4. 4. Project Process• Different employs and machineries are employed to produce perform a specified task or project.
  5. 5. Job and Batch Process• Specified types are services or tasks are performed in different departments.• In Batch production batches are produced in different time by same machineries. Exp- tablet production in pharmaceutical industries.
  6. 6. Assembly productionIt is a type of Productionsystem in which theassembly of differentequipment takes placeto produce the finalproductExp- Manufacturing ofcar.
  7. 7. Basic Types of Production Processes (cont’d)Continuous Production Processes A production process, such as those used by chemical plants or refineries, that runs for very long periods without the start-and-stop behavior associated with intermittent production. Enormous capital investments are required for highly automated facilities that use special-purpose equipment designed for high volumes of production and little or no variation in the type of outputs

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