Mapping the value stream
Jared Lovelle. IIE Solutions. Norcross: Feb 2001.Vol.33, Iss. 2; pg. 26, 7 pgs
Production methods, Value added, Efficiency, Mapping
9190 United States, 5310 Production planning & control
INTM 443/543 PURCHASING
ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
Instructor: Herbert Shields
Main Campus Stuart 213
Monday 6:25 9:05 PM
E-mail: [email protected]
Text: Purchasing and Supply Manageme
Productivity output/input, amount of goods and service produced by community increases SOL increases. Factors that reduce
Productivity incorrect production process, improper maintenance, lack of standardization, lack of safety measures, careless
Section I: Industrial Engineering: Past, Present and Future.
Chapter 1.1: The Purpose and Evolution of Industrial Engineering.
Chapter 1.2: The Role and Career of the Industrial Engineer in the Modern Organization.
Chapter 1.3 Educational Programs
Group Projects for INTM 542, FALL 2016
Group Project #1, DUE 9/22/16
Please provide your group members on 9/7/16. This will be
your group for all 3 projects.
KIRLOSKAR INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED
Avion Inc. Case
Q1. What part of the value chain is most closely involved with the situation in th
In the extrusion of plastics, raw thermoplastic material in the form of small beads (often called
resin in the industry) is gravity fed from a top mounted hopper into the barrel of the extruder.
Additives such as colorants and UV inhibitors (in ei