Productivity Analysis and Improvement (Study Case at A Coffee Manufacturer)

Aysia , Debora Anne Yang and Setianingsih, Kurniawati and Sutanto, Tommy Liman (2009) Productivity Analysis and Improvement (Study Case at A Coffee Manufacturer). In: The 3rd International Seminar on Industrial Engineering and Management, 10-11 December 2009, Bali.

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    A compatible operators’ allocation is one way to improve the productivity of a manufacturing. With a good operators’ allocation, the percentage of operators’ idle time can be minimized. By the way, the production standard time is needed to determine the production capacity, in order to arrange a compatible operators allocation.The problem that occurred at PT X is the production capacity or target, which used as reference for scheduling the packing process, is determined based on company’s experiences. So, the production standard time and capacity must be improved to be more valid and appropriate. Besides that, the compatible operators’ allocation is needed. It is because most of the operators at these divisions were outsourcing. So it is important to know the suitable number of operators that must be recruited for a certain time. The same problem also occured at the supporting material warehouse. The objective of this research is to analyzes those problem and gives some improvement suggestions. The methods that are used to analyze are Stopwatch Time Study, Work Sampling, and Line Balancing.The results of this project are the company knows the standard time and capacity that can be used as a reference to set a daily production target, a better operators’ allocation, and there are some suggestions that may improve their productivity. Keywords: productivity, standard time, operators’ allocation.

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Subjects: T Technology > TS Manufactures
    Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology > Industrial Engineering Department
    Depositing User: Debora Anne Y. A.
    Date Deposited: 05 Nov 2014 14:09
    Last Modified: 05 Nov 2014 14:09
    URI: http://repository.petra.ac.id/id/eprint/16773

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