SHS Web Conf.
Volume 86, 2020ICORE 2019 – The International Conference on Rural Development and Entrepreneurship
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|Published online||20 November 2020|
Mixed-Model Assembly Line Balancing in The Process of Assembling Trimming Area to Minimize Workstation Using RPW-MVM Method
Industrial Engineering, Telkom University
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The development of an industry that continues to move forward coupled with global competition and openness demands that the company continues to evolve and always make improvements in improving the performance of its production process. XYZ Corp is an automotive company based in Germany that produces premium cars, the car assembly process groove at XYZ Corp is a trimming line, mechanical line and finishing line, XYZ Corp produces A-model, B-model and C-model cars. At this time XYZ Corp not achieving the production target due to the car assembly cycle time on the trimming Line 1 area exceeds the specified takt time. Assembly line balancing is required in the trimming area using Mixed-Model Assembly Line Balancing Problem (MALBP) approach to minimize the number of workstation, in the Trimming area assembly line balancing study using the Ranked Positional Weighted with Moving Target (RPW-MVM) method. Alocation constraint should be added due to machine restrictions that cannot be moved. After assembly line balancing, there was a decrease in the number of workstations to 14 workstations with a line efficiency of 86% and balancing efficiency of 97%.
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