Strategic Capacity Planning and Shop-Floor Control in Jobbing Production
In the worldwide markets of the 1990’s industry faces the prospect of increasing competitive challenge and declining ratios of demand to capacity. In these circumstances it becomes essential for firms to organise their infrastructures and management systems to suit clearly-defined corporate objectives.
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