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Research Paper | Mechanical Engineering | India | Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015
Cycle Time Reduction to Increase Productivity of DVD Production
Hasibur Rahaman | Suman Nihar | Habib Masum
Abstract: The prime objective of any enterprise is to earn profit by selling their goods in market and/or providing services to customers. These days, many firms are focusing on continuous improving in quality and customer delight. A continuous search for areas of improvement in the production system is needed to survive in the trend of globalization. To achieve this objective, the firms need to convert some inputs like manpower, materials, capital, energy, information, etc. into useful outputs like finished products and services in required quantity and quality. To profit as corporate goal the focus now is on good quality, customer satisfaction and improvement in the product and production system. Productivity is defined in term of utilization of resources, like material and labor. In simple term productivity is the ratio of output to input. Therefore, productivity can be improved by a) controlling input parameters, b) improved process, c) advanced technology. To increase the production quantity and reduce manufacturing cost in DVD manufacturing, the cycle time of DVD production was reduced by controlling some input parameters and its effects which have been discussed in this paper. This has considerably improved the productivity of DVD production.
Keywords: DVD, productivity, cycle time reduction
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015,
Pages: 1997 - 2001
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