Case Study

Stewart Instruments Ltd (Revised)

15 pages
February 2002
Reference: IMD-6-0242

This is an updated and revised version of the case POM 112. It deals with a laboratory equipment manufacturer which has difficulties in shipping its products. The shortfall in production is caused by the unanticipated consequences of fiddling with the company’s inventory and production planning process. The case highlights the importance of good production planning for a plant’s profitability.

Keywords
Production Planning, Production Management, Operations Management
Settings
2001
Type
Published Sources
Copyright
© 2002
Available Languages
English
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