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Project Scheduling Method with Time Using Mrp System – A Case Study: Construction Project in Libya / Metoda Planiranja Projekata U U Funkciji Vremena Korišćenjem Mrp Sistema – Studija Slučaja Građevinskog Projekta U Libiji

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  • Imetieg Abdallah Ali

    () (Singidunum University, Department for Postgraduate Studies, Ph.D Candidate 32 Danijelova Street, Belgrade, Serbia)

  • Lutovac Miroslav

    (Singidunum University, Faculty of Tehnical Sciences 32 Danijelova Street, Belgrade, Serbia)

Abstract

Sistemi za planiranje materijalnih potreba preduzeća (MRP) su sistemi koji omogućavaju efektivno planiranje proizvodnje i kontrolu zaliha, a koji se koriste u upravljanju proizvodnim procesima. Većina ovakvih sistema bazira se na softverskim rešenjima. Njihova funkcija jeste da obezbede raspoloživost materijalnih resursa za proizvodnju, dostupnost gotovih proizvoda klijentima, kao i minimalno zadržavanje zaliha u magacinima i radnjama, a sve to za potrebe planiranja rasporeda isporuke i aktivnosti nabavke. Nakon izrade rasporeda slede aktivnosti koje bi trebalo da ispune očekivane projektne ciljeve u smislu količine, kvaliteta i troškova u skladu sa vremenskim rokovima. MRP sistem primenjen je na projektu od 5000 stambenih jedinica u Solug oblasti u blizini grada Bengazi u Libiji, sa ciljem pružanja neophodnog novčanog toka kako bi se isplatili svi podizvođači na projektu bez odlaganja i osiguralo nesmetano poslovanje i izbegli nepotrebni troškovi smanjenjem broja privremenih skladišta i iznajmljenih prostora. Postoji korelacija između vremena i troškova za svaku aktivnost. Naime, ako je potrebno vreme za određenu aktivnost kraće od planiranog, to će zahtevati veću količinu resursa, što dovodi do povećanja direktnih troškova date aktivnosti. Učinak MRP sistema je od velikog značaja zato što se naredbe izdaju kroz planiranje kako bi se pokrenule očekivane nabavke prema zahtevanim količinama u ograničenom vremenu.

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  • Imetieg Abdallah Ali & Lutovac Miroslav, 2015. "Project Scheduling Method with Time Using Mrp System – A Case Study: Construction Project in Libya / Metoda Planiranja Projekata U U Funkciji Vremena Korišćenjem Mrp Sistema – Studija Slučaja Građevin," The European Journal of Applied Economics, Sciendo, vol. 12(1), pages 58-66, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:vrs:tejoae:v:12:y:2015:i:1:p:58-66:n:1
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