Major functions of production planning and control

All of the four basic phases of control of manufacture are easily identified in production planning and control. The plan for the processing of materials through the plant is established by the functions of process planning, loading, and scheduling. The function of dispatching puts the plan into effect; that is, operations are started in accordance with the plant. Actual performance is then compared to the planned performance, and, when required, corrective action is taken. In some instances re-planning is necessary to ensure the effective utilization of the manufacturing facilities and personnel. Let us examine more closely each of these functions.

Major Functions of Production Planning and Control:

    • Loading
    • Scheduling
    • Combining Functions
    • Dispatching
    • Reporting or Follow – up
    • Corrective Action
    • Re-planning

 

From the Web

Suggestions: (1)
Loading...

See few results | more results

Search: [Press Enter]

Share |