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Aspects influencing man-hour efficiency of kit preparation for mixed-model assembly

Robin Hanson (Institutionen för teknikens ekonomi och organisation, Supply and Operations Management ) ; Lars Medbo (Institutionen för teknikens ekonomi och organisation, Supply and Operations Management )
Procedia CIRP. 6th CIRP Conference on Assembly Technologies and Systems, CATS 2016; Gothenburg; Sweden; 16 May 2016 through 18 May 2016 (2212-8271). Vol. 44 (2016), p. 353-358.
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Materials supply through kitting can enable space-efficient parts presentation that supports flexibility, quality and efficiency at the assembly stations. However, the preparation of kits is generally associated with considerable man-hour consumption and cost. Within industry, no consensus exists regarding how kit preparation should be designed with respect to man-hour consumption, and literature on the topic is scarce. Based on a literature review and utilizing the experience of an expert panel from industry, the paper uses a cross-case analysis of 15 cases from the automotive industry to identify critical design aspects of kit preparation systems and how they affect man-hour consumption.

Nyckelord: Kitting, kit preparation, mixed-model assembly

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