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facility layout

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Transcript of facility layout

PRESENTED BY:
NOR NAHPIZA BINTI ZAKARIA

LITERATURE REVIEW
METHODOLOGY
RESULTS AND ANALYSIS
CONCLUSION & SUGGESTION
REFERENCES
BACKGROUND
1.The
role of facilities planning
in an organization is
to achieve efficiency and effectiveness of production
to support manufacturing excellence.
2.This report is made
to assess the facilities planning on the Small Medium Enterprise (SME)
beside to propose the good facility planning.
3.This evaluation will use the concept and technique of facility planning activities which are
Systematic Layout Planning (SLP)
procedure.
PROBLEM
1.The company
facing facility layout problem in production line.
2.This indication can be seen by transportation among the departments are
not well arranged
due to the flow of a process which has a direct relationship with the layout.
OBJECTIVES
1.To
evaluate
the current company layout in an SME company.
2.To
recommend an improvement
on the layout of the company by using the Systematic Layout Planning (SLP) method.
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GANTT CHART
SCOPE
1.This research is made to evaluate the facilities planning on the Small Medium Enterprise (SME)
2.Use the
concept of Systematic Layout Planning (SLP)
procedure
3.Study only
focuses on the layout configuration
.


All of input data were collected by interview, investigation, and field survey
From the results and discussion, some conclusions found as follows:
1) The
first objective was achieved
by evaluating the current company layout using observations and surveys in Asynie Enterprise. The current layout of SME of the food industry was identified that the number of trips among the department is high, it needs to be improved.
2) The
second objective of this report was achieved
, as the proposed layout may reduce the waste and increase productivity of the company. Alternative of the layouts were developed using SLP (Systematic Layout Planning). These alternative layouts provided reduced transportation among the workstation.
3) With this reduction the
alternative layout may provide better productivity
, as
the transportation trips were reduced
.
4) The suggested layout
provided the better arrangement
and it may have also reduced the possibility of an accident in the factory.

1.To support the proposed layout, the factory needs to be supported with appropriate material handling systems. The current material handling systems is using trolley and the alternative material handling that more suitable for this type of industry may further be investigated.

2.Other considerations on changing the layout and material handling should also be evaluated such as:
• The increase in overhead costs.
• Waste Improvement;
• Extension of the layout in the future.

SUGGESTION
CONCLUSION
Flow Process of Operations
Ex: Flow of the operation for snacks (maruku)
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