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World Class Production and Inventory Management, 2nd Edition

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World Class Production and Inventory Management, 2nd Edition

Darryl V. Landvater

ISBN: 978-0-471-17855-2 July 1997 304 Pages

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The definitive guide to the latest tools & techniques forachieving performance excellence in manufacturing, distribution,and planning Now completely revised and expanded, World ClassProduction and Inventory Management presents the latest informationon the unique tools and techniques needed to manage the planningand production of a manufacturing enterprise. Including acompletely new chapter on Efficient Consumer Response (ECR),updated case studies, and additional information on manufacturingintegration, this comprehensive reference includes:
* Step-by-step implementation techniques in each key area ofproduction and inventory management
* Fresh perspectives on manufacturing integration and multipledemand stream management
* Best-in-class examples from companies such as AbbottLaboratories, Boeing, and Martin Marietta
* Proven guidelines for avoiding the most common problems and forachieving continually higher levels of performance
* Self-assessment questions helpful in measuring the performance ofyour company in each operating area
Comprehensive and accessible, World Class Production and InventoryManagement is an invaluable resource for APICS members seeking CPIMcertification, as well as for all those in charge of managing asuccessful manufacturing enterprise.
The Emergence of a Profession.

Major Themes in P&IM.

Rethinking Business as Usual.

Sales and Operations Planning.

Demand Management.

Customer Linking.

Master Production Scheduling.

Material Requirements Planning (MRP).

Capacity Planning.

Plant Scheduling.

Supplier Scheduling.

Implementation: The Proven Path.

The Road Less Traveled.

Index.