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  • 1.
    • http://www.likest.com/hat-machine/index.htm
    Howd ya built ya company..? Quick common sense guide
  • 2.
    • HOW DO I FORM MY PRODUCTION LINE?
    • WHAT IS NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE ENTIRE CYCLE?
    • WHAT WILL MY OUTPUT BE?
    In order to answer these questions…..
  • 3.
    • How many machines do I need to complete the cycle?
    • How many people per machine?
    • What space is necessary?
    • What supplies are necessary?
    I must be able to answer these questions Let’s take them 1 at a time..
  • 4.
    • Do the machines produce at the same speed?
    • 2610 AUTOMATIC CAPS / HATS BLOCKING MACHINE
    • PRODUCTION CAPACITY: 400 Dozens/per 8 Hours
    • 1880 AUTOMATIC CAPS /HATS BLOCKING MACHINE (ONE HEAD /SINGLE
    • HAT BLOCKING MOULD ) W I TH SPREADING FUNCTION
    • PRODUCTION CAPACITY : 2 00 Dozens/per 8 Hours
    • Must I have one or more than one of each?
    HOW MANY MACHINES DO I NEED TO COMPLETE THE CYCLE?
  • 5. HOW MANY PEOPLE PER MACHINE?
    • How many persons for each machine?
    • skilled or non-skilled
    • How many persons between machines?
    • loading- carrying / maintaince / cleaning
    • How many skilled workers?
    • Technicians – supervisors..
  • 6.
    • Shift Supervisor
    • PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Supervise production line operation in accordance with plant policies and procedures.
    • Train and coach production line employees.
    • Conduct employee performance reviews.
    • Responsible for shift schedule to include: work station assignments/rotations, employee training, employee vacations, employee breaks, overtime assignment, back-up for absent employees, and shift rotations.
    • Coordinate production startups, shutdowns, and changeovers.
    • Coordinate with Human Resources for appropriate staffing levels.
    • Schedule and conduct shift meetings.
    • Responsible to meet shift production goals.
    • Responsible for quality control. Make adjustments as necessary during shift to produce product within specifications. Reject product outside of specifications.
    • Operate within standard operating procedures (SOPs) and Job Safety Analysis (JSAs).
    • Communicate with other Shift Supervisors and Plant Manager.
    • Ensure a clean and safe work area.
    • Complete shift paper work.
    • Assist in production as necessary.
    • Other duties as assigned.
    •   ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Conduct quality control testing
    • SOURCE :  hrVillage.com
    Is he worth his salary ?
  • 7. WHAT SPACE IS NECESSARY?
    • How much space per and between machines?
    • How much storage space?
    • For supplies?
    • For finished products?
    • For other equipments ? .
    • Forklift, cleaning materials , etc
    • What facilities must I provide my workers?
  • 8. WHAT SUPPLIES ARE NECESSARY?
    • What supplies are necessary?
    • With what frequency are they bought?
    • How/ When are they ordered?
    • Bought and delivered B4 production
    • How are they handled?
    • How are they stored?
    • Refrigerated- open air- ventilated/ closed
  • 9. NOW; GO BACK
    • Product LIne
    • How many products must I create in order to have an attractive product line?
    • RETURN TO YOUR PRODUCT CYCLE
    • Add the elements necessary to diverse your product line.
  • 10. FINISHED PRODUCT
    • How is it packed?
    • How is it stored?
    • How is it distributed?
    DIRECT WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE RETAIL EXPORTED
  • 11. ROUGH FIGURES
    • CALCULATE :
    • HOW MUCH YR COMPANY CAN PRODUCE?
    • COSTS:
    • PERSONNEL
    • SUPPLIES AND MAINTAINENCE
    • UNSEEN COSTS
  • 12. ROUGH FIGURES PRODUCTION CAPACITY PREMISES RENT, TRANSPORTATION, ETC. PERSONNEL SALARIES AND OTHERS MAINTAINCE OF PREMISES AND EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES Nº 1 Nº2
  • 13.
    • PRODUCTION COST PER UNIT:
    • PROFIT MARGIN:
    • MARKET PRICE: PRICE:
    • MONTHLY INCOME: PERCENTAGE:
    √ Is your product viable? (Or return and make the necessary adjustments)