Productivity Improvement of Brake Assembly Line by Process Analysis

Pratik Anilkumar Dudhedia, Pavan Vasant Chaudhari, Tushar Shrikrishna Sonar, Kiran Rajendra Shimpi

Abstract


Productivity is directly effects on profit and growth of an organisation so, productivity improvement is very important for any organisation to achieve organizational goal. In industries during production many problems occur like breakdown of production line, slow rate of production, improper handling of material, mental fatigue of workers, etc. So, reduction or elimination of all above problems increase the production rate as well as increase in profit. By identifying the problems they are solve by time study, method study and work study. 

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