Achieving Enterprise Excellence
Factory & Facilities Layout
The basic objective of layout is to optimize flow of Work, Material, Customers and Information through the system now and in the future. The plant layout- design is a very critical part of running an efficient and cost effective business which is very important for Plant optimization.
So, the key goal of the of consultants when design a new Factory layout design or updating an existing factory layout is plant optimization
Factory layout design is driven not only by the needs for the present business levels but should also have provisions for future expansion, variety of competing demands should also be considered in factory layout design based on strategic business plan and long term objectives.
Strategic business plan and capacity study, are the first step, this can include historic capacity such as number of units per shift or units per hour. Individual machines-new machines required will evaluate for their theoretical capacity based on the maximum speed or other equipment to achieve the required production and quality objectives based on the strategic business plan .These needs include increased capacity ,improved quality, reduced costs, sustainability, product changes, new products, flexibility, staff reduction, reduced space, improved equipment, automation decreased production time, warehouses design, logistic, safety and environmental regulations.
Reduce operating costs
Minimize Material handling costs
Utilize Space efficiently
Utilize Labor efficiently
Reduce manufacturing Cycle Time and customer service time
Eliminate wasted or Redundant Movement
Facilitate the Entry, Exit, and Placement of Material, Products, and People
Incorporate Safety and Security measures
Promote product and service Quality
Encourage proper Maintenance activities
Provide a visual Control of Operations or activities
Provide Flexibility to adapt to changing conditions
A tow-days session.
Who Should Attend?
-This course is designed for managers, supply chain managers & planners, process improvement specialists, change managers, process engineers, quality manager & production engineers.