Production Planning and Control Strategies Used as A Gear Train for The Death and Birth of Manufacturing Industries

Document Type: Original Manuscript

Authors

1 School of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Addis Ababa University Institute of Technology-Ethiopia and Faculty of Engineering Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm-Germany.

2 School of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Addis Ababa University. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

3 Faculty of Engineering Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm-Germany.

10.22094/joie.2018.774.1494

Abstract

This study is conducted to developed innovative production planning and control strategies to manufacturing industries so as to improve production performance and competitiveness of basic metal sectors Though the study was conducted through field observation and questioner used as primary data and literature review on research articles, books, and electronic-sources which used as secondary data. While the questioner and filed observation data collection were done from two selected Ethiopian basic metal industries. Since the collected data were employed by both using descriptive and empirical analysis. Waste in the production process, poor plant layout systems, defective products, improper material requirement planning, deficiency on control and monitoring systems, insufficient inventory control, poor workflow strategies, null warehouse management systems, problems in information systems and information management strategies were investigated as the main challenges of developing the nation basic metal industries. As a result of these challenges, the performance and global competitiveness of local basic metal industries are poor and weak. As well the literature’ finding endorse that production planning and controls have gradual advancement in developed manufacturing industries but it is found to be at its infant stage in developing manufacturing industries. Due to these challenges and weak performances on the developing firms, the entire production process on the industries was declining, and then they approach to die. Though the new product planning and controlling strategies can bridge the gap and birth will begin within proper implementations of the model to basic metal industries.

Graphical Abstract

Production Planning and Control Strategies Used as A Gear Train for The Death and Birth of Manufacturing Industries

Highlights

  • Production planning and control(PPC) systems highly improve  quality performance , financial performance, performance in flexibility
  • Problems in plant lay-out , waste in manufacturing process, manufacturing planning and control, deficiency, poor  process control and monitoring systems, low production capacity, lack of smooth service and support delivery systems problems occurred due to improper implementation of PPC.
  • Proper implementing, solutions and  strategies implementing PPC Used as  simple gear train for global competitiveness of basic metal industries

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