Develop the mrp planning schedule, Macroeconomics

Product A is an end item and is made from two units of B and four of C. B is made of three units of D and two of E. C is made of two units of F and two of E.

A has a lead time of one week. B,C, and E have lead times of two weeks, and D and F have lead times of three weeks.

  • Show the bill of materilas (product structure tree)
  • If 100 units of A are required in Week 10, develop the MRP planning schedule, specifying when items are to be ordered and received. There are currently no units of inventory on hand.

 

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