Manufacturing Planning and Control Framework. Definition. A Manufacturing Planning and Control system is a methodology designed to manage efficiently the flow of material, the utilization of people and equipment, and to respond to customer requirements
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A Manufacturing Planning and Control system is a methodology designed to manage efficiently the flow of material,
the utilization of people and equipment,
and to respond to customer requirements
by utilizing the capacity of our suppliers, that of our internal facilities, and in some cases that of our customers to meet customer demand.
The system is responsible for providing information to make decisions on:
The fundamental issue is matching supply and demand in terms of both volume and product mix.
There is a need for detailed scheduling of resources to meet production requirements.
Sales and operations
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System
Manufacturing Planning and Control System
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