Vauxhall tour

December 2005
Management Services;Winter2005, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p4
Academic Journal
The article summarizes the topics discussed at a conducted tour held by the Institute of Management Services North West Region in Great Britain on October 5, 2005. Applications of management services principles and practice were observed and tackled. A flow line production procedure was presented during the event and a product moving on conveyor at controlled speed was seen. Discussions focused chiefly on production rates, control of conveyor systems, output, health and safety, operator training, number and placement of operators and how an automobile was finally tested and moved to a delivery area.


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