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Title: Application of material flow cost accounting analysis to increase pajama production efficiency: A case study of confederate international Co., Ltd.
Authors: Wichai Chattinnawat
Authors: Wichai Chattinnawat
Keywords: Business, Management and Accounting;Decision Sciences;Engineering
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2016
Abstract: © IEOM Society International. This research aims to apply the Material Flow Cost Accounting (MFCA) method to evaluate and improve the production process and reduce the production cost by using Lean and the discrete system simulation techniques. This research followed the MFCA procedures by starting from identifying materials losses and wastes from the entire production process. The difference between inputs and outputs for each processing step was quantified, reported and depicted using the material flow model and MFCA cost matrix. The findings were used to derive measures to improve the production planning, the process control, the work procedure and to reduce the cost using Lean technique by reducing wastes, rearranging the sequence of sewing department production, the bottle neck process which account for the longest cycle time. After implementing the proposed measures, comparison between before and after improvement were reported under the Material Flow Cost Accounting format. © IEOM Society International.
ISSN: 21698767
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