Types of process designs, Operation Management

Types of Process Designs

The basic type of production system and the finished goods inventory policy to be used must be decided at the earliest stages of process planning. The common types of production system are:

  1. Product focused production system
  2. Process focused production system
  3. Group technology/ cellular manufacturing system.
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