Production: Planning, Control, and Integration
McGraw-Hill College, Jan 1, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 630 pages
This new text offers an up-to-date look at production systems, the dynamic backbone of modern manufacturing and service. Based upon their experience as teachers, engineers in industry, and consultants, the authors provide a problem-driven approach to planning, controlling, and integrating production in a changing global environment. Topics covered include the evolution of production systems, problem solving, forecasting, aggregate planning, inventory, materials requirements, planning, scheduling, project management, and integrated production planning and control.
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