Definicja lot size planning
Planning procedure that generates receipts based on requirements (forecast requirements, customer requirements, secondary requirements, and distribution requirements), and then groups these receipts into larger production quantities. This reduces setup costs and setup times, for example, or optimizes use of bottle neck resources. It is possible to produce quantities over several periods. If a product can be produced by the same production process model (PPM) as the previous period, potential setup activities will be omitted.
There is a lower level of lot size planning in the process industry (rough-cut planning) for campaign planning in Production Planning and Detailed Scheduling (PP/DS).
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