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Study the effects of production and assembly line balancing on optimizing of manufacturing capacities

11/20/2021

Received: 30 June 2021
Revised: 28 July 2021
Accepted: 26 August 2021

Mehdi Hosseinjani

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Abstract

Always production lines in factories was very important and optimization of manufacturing capacities the basic concern is that managers. In many cases the observed number of workers are busy working and undone a considerable amount of work, been stacked beside them and on the other how work a process in such away that the number of workers are not working. Existence of time unemployment or existence too much work, that’s mean the imbalance in the production process, among the factors that creates problems for system management .To solve these problems the manager inevitably to offer solutions for improve the status quo. There are many solutions to solve these problems, the manager can to solve these problems use of the production and assembly line balancing that to solve the question assembly line balancing there are many ways that there are in this article.

Keywords: Assembly line, Evaluation of the production line, Production and assembly line balancing, Evaluation.

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Journal of Practical Business Law

 

ISSN: 2783-2899

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