Development of a Competitive Responsive Manufacturing System to Maximize the Energy Efficiency in the Automobile Industry by Process Sequential Optimization

Abstract

This paper develops a methodology for responsive manufacturing system to work as robust enterprises for automobile products. The manufacturing industrial revolution is nothing but reduction of wastage and losses to save the costly resources. The manufacturing development and improvement aims to reduce manufacturing cost and losses by technical and human consideration. The organization or company can be a private business, or non-private business organization or a government agency, but there ultimate aim is to earn profit, and to satisfied customer by providing timely products and services. The manufacturing scenario is constantly changing. In this changing scenario the industries are willing to retain their customers and provide the products in the right time, with right quality and right quantity. Any delay in process and cycle time result into loss of customer. The company wants to optimize their money, time and space resources. The different improvements tools and software help organization to optimize its processes to achieve more efficient results in minimum time and cost. The roles and responsibilities of the industries are converging towards the customer in order to be a global player in this competition time.

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