Organizing process flows, Operation Management

Organizing Process Flows

Five types of process are distinguished. They are

  1. Project Production System
  2. Job Shop Production system
  3. Batch Production system
  4. Assembly line Production System
  5. Continuous Production System

Each is more or less suited to different product/ market situations and each has unique operating characteristics, problems and challenges.

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