considered as criteria when designing or selecting alternative equipment and materialhandling systems. Here are the three key points: 1. Containers, pallets, and other products used to form and protect unit loads should be designed for reusability when possible and/or biodegradability as appropriate...
considered. Factors must be consideredwhileselecting the location of factory : (1) AVAILABILITY OF RAW MATERIAL : If possible, the site selected should be near the source of raw material so that the cost of transportation can be minimized. If raw material are heavy and bulky, it becomes essential to...
in traffic and is frequently handled by a separate traffic
MaterialsHandling Systems And Equipment
There are three types of materialshandling systems:
Manual materialshandling systems are labour intensive and lead to...
cost of production and distribution, site B would be preferred
The important considerations for selecting a suitable location are given as
1. Raw materials availability:
The source of raw materials is one of the most important factors influencing the selection of...
choice of the final site should first be based on a complete survey of the advantages
and disadvantages of various geographical areas and ultimately, on the advantages and
disadvantages of the available real estate. The various principal factors that must be
consideredwhileselecting a suitable...
: Plant layout refers to the arrangement of physical facilities such as machinery, equipment, furniture etc. with in the factory building in such a manner so as to have quickest flow of material at the lowest cost and with the least amount of handling in processing the product from the receipt of...
. Special equipment for materialshandling can be attached;
the driver can be specially trained and will fulfil the 'ambassador' role for the organisation;
vehicles can carry the company livery, perhaps the aid organisations logo and, where appropriate, the Red Cross; and
management retains total...
materials. Future expansion and
diversification may also be consideredwhile planning factory layout.
7.3.6 DYNAMICS OF PLANT LAYOUT
Plant layout is a dynamic rather than a static concept meaning thereby if once
done it is not permanent in nature rather improvement or revision in the existing...
for onward selling in the market
1. Fixed Capital expenses in building, land etc.
2. Cost of Materialhandling machinery & equipment
3. Cost of manpower
4. Office & other facilities expenses
5. Maintenance & repair costs
6. Insurance Premium...
2.5 AVIALABILITY OF SPARE PARTS AND OVERALL SATISFACTION:
Customers of any industrial goods will consider the availability of the spare parts as the basic criteria for selecting their products. So this factor is considered to test the relationship with the overall satisfaction level.
H0: There is...
. Discuss the factors to be consideredwhileselectingmaterialhandlingequipment. 2. Discuss the different materialhandlingequipments. 3. Discuss the guidelines for effective utilisation of materialhandlingequipments.
Skill Development FAST FOOD RESTAURANT VISIT: Get the information for the...
transportation selection decisions and hence both cannot be considered in isolation of the other. Moreover, the type of market will also dictate the decision and will vary considerably. Therefore, its pertinent to overrule the cost factorwhile servicing the medical customers, where delivery speed is more...
store products up to the building's ceiling. Maximum effective warehouse height is limited by the safe lifting capabilities of material-handlingequipment, such as forklifts.
Warehouse design should also allow for straight
product flow through the facility whether items are...
affecting plant location, concept of plant layout, types of
layout, their characteristics, factors affecting plant layout, work station design,
factorsconsideredwhile designing a work station, introduction, need and objective
of materialhandling, factorsconsideredwhileselecting a material...
certain tools are used. The requirements of each machine and equipment are quite different in terms of their space; speed and materialhandling process and these factors should be given proper consideration while choosing out a particular type of layout. This should also be considered that each machine...
layout can be defined as follows:
Plant layout refers to the arrangement of physical facilities such as machinery, equipment, furniture etc. with in the factory building in such a manner so as to have quickest flow of material at the lowest cost and with the least amount of handling in...
05) Better service to the customer
06) Increases flexibility
07) Reduces the work in process to the minimum
08) Minimizes materialhandling and loss
09) More effective utilization of the floor space
10) Reduces work delays and stoppages
11) Better work methods and utilization of labor...
those to be considered: 1. Storage and retrieval of materials, including all the functions of warehousing 2. Materialhandling and site, including to, from, and within manufacturing 3. Physical distribution, including movement to, from, and between sites 4. Control of equipment and material...
blockyard managers. Aspects dealt with include the feasibility study, selecting and establishing a site, selection of equipment, materials for blockmaking, trial mixes and production. This publication focuses on technical information. Topics outside the scope of this leaflet are:
transportation system consists of technical factors, interest groups and the features of the transportation system as follows:
TECHNICAL FACTORS INTEREST GROUPS FEATURES
- transportation vehicle - transportation company - efficiency
- terminals - transportation buyers - costs