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Advanced Planning And Scheduling Aps Overview

This show provides a straightforward introduction to advanced planning & scheduling (APS). Please contact us with your thoughts and questions.

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Advanced Planning And Scheduling Aps Overview

  1. 1. Advanced Planning & Scheduling Overview<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />Collaboration among sales, production, planning, purchasing, maintenance and management to positively impact the bottom line.<br />
  3. 3. Critical Business Issues<br />Late deliveries due to manufacturing delays<br />Missed sales due to demand exceeding capacity<br />Lost orders due to excessive Work-in-Process<br />High production costs due to machine set-up or machine down time<br />Excessive overhead due to managing scheduling changes and impact on delivery schedule<br />Difficult to plan for future capacity requirements<br />
  4. 4. Critical Business Issues<br />Job delays due to material shortages (raw materials and/or manufactured components)<br />Excessive overtime costs due to inefficient resource utilization<br />Job delays due to tooling, molds or dies unavailable<br />Disconnect among departmental objectives (sales, production, planning, purchasing, maintenance and management)<br />Difficult to coordinate between plants and/or planners<br />
  5. 5. Material<br />Resources<br />
  6. 6. Manufacturing Operations<br />
  7. 7. Management Objectives<br />
  8. 8. Manufacturing Process<br />House Sub Assembly<br />Saw 1<br />3/8 “ plywood<br />Sand 1<br />Line 1<br />Bird House<br />Paint & Dry<br />Feeder Sub Assembly<br />Saw 2 <br />1 /4“ plywood<br />Sand 2<br />Line 2<br />Bird Feeder<br />Final Assembly<br />Packaging<br />Ship<br />
  9. 9. Production Schedule<br />House Sub Assembly<br />Saw 1<br />3/8 “ plywood<br />Sand 1<br />Line 1<br />Bird House<br />Paint & Dry<br />Feeder Sub Assembly<br />Saw 2 <br />1 /4“ plywood<br />Sand 2<br />Line 2<br />Bird Feeder<br />Final Assembly<br />Packaging<br />Ship<br />
  10. 10. Shop Floor Disruptions<br />Resource Bottleneck<br />Inefficient set-up higher cost<br />J1<br />J3<br />J5<br />House Sub Assembly<br />Saw 1<br />3/8 “ plywood<br />Sand 1<br />Line 1<br />J4<br />Bird House<br />Paint & Dry<br />Feeder Sub Assembly<br />Saw 2 <br />1 /4“ plywood<br />Sand 2<br />Line 2<br />J6<br />J7<br />Bird Feeder<br />Machine down<br />J2<br />Final Assembly<br />Packaging<br />Ship<br />J8<br />Late order <br />material shortage<br />
  11. 11. Shop Floor Optimization<br />J1<br />J2<br />House Sub Assembly<br />Saw 1<br />3/8 “ plywood<br />Sand 1<br />Line 1<br />J4<br />Bird House<br />Paint & Dry<br />J2<br />Feeder Sub Assembly<br />Saw 2 <br />1 /4“ plywood<br />Sand 2<br />Line 2<br />J6<br />J7<br />Bird Feeder<br />J3<br />J5<br />Final Assembly<br />Packaging<br />Ship<br />J8<br />Late order<br />material shortage<br />
  12. 12. APS – The Solution<br />Plans and schedules production based on available materials, labor and plant capacity<br />Optimizes the schedule to meet customer service objectives, operational efficiencies, cost containment and profit objectives<br />Allows planners to quickly respond to disruptions on the shop floor and immediately see the impact<br />Provides a safe planning environment using “what-if” as well and ability to “undo” a schedule change<br />
  13. 13. APS - Who benefits?<br />Improves communication among departments<br />Accurate order dates to sales department<br />Detailed, actionable schedules to production department<br />Capacity loads to set staffing and machine resources to the planning department<br />Schedule-driven material requirements to drive ordering to the purchasing department<br />Cash flow projections to management<br />Maintenance & setup schedules to maintenancedepartment<br />
  14. 14. APS – The bottom line<br /><ul><li>Decreased Expenses</li></ul>Reduced Production Times<br />Improved Machine Utilization<br />Reduced Inventories <br /><ul><li>Increased Revenue</li></ul>Increased On-time Deliveries<br />Reduced Customer Stock-outs<br /><ul><li>Increased Cash Flow</li></ul>Reduce Order-to-Cash and<br />Cash-to-Cash Conversion Cycle<br />
  15. 15. Process Flow<br />BOM Routing<br />Sales Orders<br />Forecast<br />Work Orders<br />MRP<br />?<br />Purchase Orders<br />Receiving<br />Production<br />RM Inventory<br />Shop Floor<br />FG Inventory<br />
  16. 16. Process Flow<br />BOM Routing<br />Sales Orders<br />Forecast<br />Work Orders<br />MRP<br />Purchase Orders<br />A<br />A<br />Receiving<br />Production<br />RM Inventory<br />Shop Floor<br />FG Inventory<br />
  17. 17. Next Step<br />Call (888) 317-8807<br />To learn more about how Advanced Planning & Scheduling can work for your business<br />
  • bfageery

    Jan. 30, 2021
  • act118

    Aug. 23, 2013
  • SuSearle

    Mar. 28, 2010

This show provides a straightforward introduction to advanced planning &amp; scheduling (APS). Please contact us with your thoughts and questions.

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