Selection criteria for product, Project Management

Selection criteria for Product

  1. One or few standard products
  2. Large volume of production of every item over considerable period of time.
  3. Possibility of time and motion studies to determine the rate of work.
  4. Possibility of good labour and equipment balance
  5. Minimum inspection required for sequence of operation
  6. Minimum number of very heavy equipment or equipment requiring very special faculties
  7. Material and products need continuous handling by mechanical means
  8. Little or no occasion to use same machines or work stations for more than one operation ( minimum no of set-ups required)
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