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Process Improvement Plan for Riordan Manufacturing Tony Bertussi Dawn Lazetera Kim Love William Tremblay Jolynn Weeks OPS 571 Steve Straub May 31, 2011
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Strategic Capacity Planning “The objective of strategic capacity planning is to determine the overall capacity level of capital-intensive resources—facilities, equipment, and overall labor force size—that best supports the company’s long-range competitive strategy” (Aquilano, Chase, & Jacobs, 2006, p. 431). In other words, strategic capacity planning is the way a company can forecast the demand of the future, and use company resources in a way that enables them to meet the demand forecasted. The process involves discovering ways to use all available resources to lower discrepancies between the demand of the customer and resources used by the company to meet the needs of the company now, and in the future. Changing capacity factors will impact capacity utilization. These factors can be materials
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