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MRP II making it happen : the implementers" guide to success with manufacturing resource planning by Thomas F. Wallace

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Published by O. Wight Ltd. in Essex Junction, VT .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Production planning,
  • Manufacturing resource planning

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesMRP 2., MRP two.
StatementThomas F. Wallace ; foreword by Walter E. Goddard.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTS176 .W336 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 279 p., [1] folded leaf of plates :
Number of Pages279
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2765868M
ISBN 10093924604X
LC Control Number86123749

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About this book The logic of Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II) is im­ plemented in most commercial production planning software tools and is commonly accepted by practitioners. However, these peo­ ple are not satisfied with production planning and complain about long lead times, high work-in-process, and backlogging. In the Handbook of MRP II and JIT, Petroff provides the hands-on guidance and ready-to-use tools that enable any manufacturer to set up the most effective companywide MRP II/JIT-based system while avoiding common and costly mistakes. This reference explains how companies can maximize the money spent on their enterprise resource/materials requirements planning by clarifying the role of each person involved in its implementation. The author offers a thorough explanation of the basics of manufacturing planning systems, providing readers with the framework for understanding the requirements of a well 5/5(1). enhancements such as open systems platforms and client/server architecture, MRP II systems are now evolving into Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP). An ERP system plans not only the allocation of manufacturing resources but also other resources, and has applications in service as well as manufacturing industries. In this book, we.