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1.0 INTRODUCTION 1
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1.1 COMPANY PROFILE JAC Jr. Woodcarvings is a workshop that specializes in made-to-order religious  images and related crafts. The workshop is located in Paete, Laguna. It is managed by  Justino “Paloy ” Cagayat and his wife Dominica Cagayat. They sell products to churches  and   households   as   well   as   clients   of   non-religious   items.   They   currently   have   16  employees and several subcontract firms for additional accessories and services.  The company was established in 1986, by the proprietor as he the shop from his  father. The firm since then has been in and out of different products before settling into  wooden   sculptures.   They   have   sold   products   to   different   churches   and   certain  households. They also sold products abroad, but their market remains local, specifically  near the Region IV area where it is accessible through vehicle travel. 2
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The company has process oriented production. Its products are all made to order,  and differ depending on the clients requests. Wood Carving is a traditional skill, which  has   different   steps   and   processes   that   takes   years   to   perfect.   Though   a   single  woodcarver can finish a whole product, the firm divides the whole process into steps and  distributes it into the employees. Therefore, utilizes an assembly line type of production.  They also accept repairs of other items, such as the fixture of anatomy, the changing of  color, the change of dress, hair, accessories, etc. They deliver their products mostly, for  an additional fee, but they are also open to pick up. In certain cases that the product fails  to meet the clients expectations or even don’t meet them, the company is obliged to fix  the problem, on its expense. Fig 1. Company Logo 3
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Fig. 2: JAC Jr. Woodcarvings Organizational Chart 4
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OVERVIEW OF PRODUCT AND PROCESSES 5
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Fig. 3: JAC Jr. Woodcarvings Products Most   of   the   firm’s   products   are   religious   items   for   churches   and   chapels.   Their  employees use traditional woodcarving methods as well as carpentry to develop the sculptures.  They also have painters to complete the processes. They currently incur several subcontracted  groups for the raw materials, fiberglass copies, dresses, auras and crowns. 6
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Fig. 4: Flow Chart of the Processes of JAC Jr. Woodcarvings 7
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Fig 5: Wood Carving Processes at JAC Jr. Woodcarvings.
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