THE IMPACT OF INTEGRATING A GOOD LEVEL OF SERVICE INTO AN INFLEXIBLE SYTEM

  • césar Leonardo González Pinzón
  • Raúl Ñeco Caberta
  • Carlos Ponce Corral
  • Jesús Rodarte Dávila
Palabras clave: Flexibility, Service level, Ease factor, Automation, Inventory. (es_ES)

Resumen (es_ES)

At present, the level of service in manufacturing industries has brought about more commitments to satisfy customers with faster deliveries and a larger variety of product quality aspects. For this reason, industries need their material processing systems to respond effectively and self-adapt to market needs. In turn, this may generate high expenses when trying to offer a good level of service in a non-flexible manufacturing system. This investigation will show the case of a Colombian industry with little flexibility and an ease factor analysis fij , according to a variety of products that could be processed by the production line in a fast way.

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Cómo citar
González Pinzón, césar L., Ñeco Caberta, R., Ponce Corral, C., & Rodarte Dávila, J. (2014). THE IMPACT OF INTEGRATING A GOOD LEVEL OF SERVICE INTO AN INFLEXIBLE SYTEM. Visión electrónica, 8(1), 154-162. https://doi.org/10.14483/22484728.8034
Publicado: 2014-12-20
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