Product layout - process design, Operation Management

Product Layout - process design

Where the volume of output is high, as in large-batch and continuous operations, it becomes economically viable to lay out the processes
contiguously in the sequence required by the product. There are two sub-categories of product layout:

  1. Connected-flow and
  2. Disconnected-flow. 
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