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MAKING STAINLESS STEEL STD WINDOWS Developed by: Dr. Miguel Rocha for the Course Production Management A Company is making stainless Steel std Windows that are a luxury item for the construction industry. The company has 3 lines in a plant based on Queretaro State; each line has one station per operation as shown below. The CEO is Mr Peña Primo who started this company 20 years ago. General Information The company has two shifts: the morning shift goes from 7:00 am to 15:00 hours while the evening shift goes from 15:30 to 23:00 hours. The personnel gets 30 minutes for lunch and 15 minute break per shift. Only stamping has a setup of 20 minutes to prepare the machine which is done at the first shift. Personnel information Each station is attended by an operator and each line needs a general helper to move the product. Hiring cost is $20,000 per operator and $ 10,000 per general helper. Firing cost is $ 40,000 per operator and $ 20,000 per helper. The current wages are above industry. Overtime is paid double to the personnel with a limit of 9 hours per week as stipulated by law.
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