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Focusing on discrete part manufacturing with batches, operations, and routings, this guide suggests ways to identify limiting factors for improved production control and bump production control up a notch. McKay (University of Waterloo) and Wiers (VCS consulting) offer their advice on organizing the work day, choosing and acquiring software, hiring and training a new planner, performing the MRP approach to capacity analysis, dealing with uncertainty, and managing bottlenecks.
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