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Estudio e implementacion para mejorar la productividad en una planta de fibrocemento

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  • Julio Alfonso Cortina Navarro


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    Este artículo de investigación es producto del trabajo de grado de la maestría en ingeniería administrativa. Se desarrolló como un estudio e implementación de mejoras en la productividad de la línea de producción a través de la aplicación de estrategias, técnicas de análisis y evaluaciones existentes. Su objetivo fue el mejoramiento de la productividad en la planta de FIBROCEMENTO, sustentado en la problemática de baja productividad en la línea de producción de placas, la cual reflejaba bajos resultados financieros de la compañía frente a los presupuestados. Los resultados permitieron generar efectos positivos frente a la problemática en cuanto a la cadencia y el rendimiento de materia prima, pero para los paros y rotura de producción se deben plantear nuevas estrategias con el fin de conseguir las metas. ****** This research paper is the work of master degree in administrative engineering, in which a study development and implementation of improvements in the productivity of the production line through the implementation of strategies, analysis techniques and existing assessments. Whose aim was to improve productivity in CEMENT plant, supporting the low productivity problem in plate production line, which reflected lower the company’s financial results versus budgeted. The results led to positive effects against the problem in terms of the rate and yield of raw material, but for production stoppages and break new strategies must be raised in order to achieve the goals.

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    Volume (Year): (2013)
    Issue (Month): (November)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000461:011175
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    1. Jesús Alonso Botero García, 2005. "Los cambios en la productividad: medidas alternativas aplicadas a Colombia," DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO CIEF 003156, UNIVERSIDAD EAFIT.
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