Quality Control Study to meet allowable reject Essay

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A study to meet the allowable 5% reject rate of Sanitary Wares Manufacturing Corporation (SWM) for the months of January to July 2013 In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering CHAPTER I Introduction Sanitary Wares Manufacturing Corporation (SWM) was established in June 1961 by a group of pioneering Filipino investors. The Company is registered with the Board of Investments as an export producer/manufacturer of brass fittings on a pioneer status and as an expanding export producer of vitreous china sanitary wares with a registered capacity of 6,000 metric tons per year on a preferred non-pioneer status. The products manufactured by the Company…show more content…
Low productivity in these sections will greatly affect the total production volume. Low productivity in this section greatly affects the down line of the process of manufacturing of ceramics. All data presented are used as a basis for the study is a production data of SWM Philippines in the period of January to July 2013. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY To students: The ability of the students to analyze the situation, identify the problem and propose a solution to resolve the problem at hand. This will serves as a guide for future research to improve the production in an actual manufacturing environment. To Readers: The study will help the readers most especially those who are encountering the same problem as the company on how to resolve the problem. The readers may also be able to improve this study and propose another solution to the problem that the company is encountering. To the Company: This study will help the company to identify the contributing factors of the production loss and be able to eliminate it. The company may implement the best option to resolve their problem. DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY The information was gathered from some of SWM key persons. Different questions about their company were raised like company’s history, their production processes and some problems they usually encounter. We asked those questions to the following personnel: • Mr. Edgardo Vergara– Production Supervisor • Mr. Niño Flores –
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