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Take a look at our most frequently asked questions in relation to Manufacturing and how we can help with your business needs.

What is manufacturing?

Manufacturing is the production of goods through the use of labour, machinery and tools. Raw materials are made into finished products through manufacturing engineering or the manufacturing process.
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What is master production schedule (MPS)?

The Master Production Schedule is an amalgamation of all the requirement demand on manufacturing for production of individual final items. It lays out quantities for each stage of the production process that is needed to make the individual items.
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What is material requirement planning (MRP)?

Material Requirement Planning is a system for calculating the materials and components needed to manufacture a product. It consists of taking stock of the materials you have, identifying which materials you need and then scheduling their production of purpose.
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What is manufacturing resource planning (MRP II)?

Manufacturing Resource Planning is a system for calculating the labour and machine resources needed to manufacture a product. It consists of taking account of available resources and planning the demand to the constraints.
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What is MPS & MRP / MRP II

MPS is a Master Production Schedule, MRP is Material Requirement Planning, MRP II is the Manufacturing Resource Planning – together they manage and plan the demand on your business manufacturing environment.
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What is capacity planning?

Capacity Planning is the maximum output your manufacturing business can produce. Capacity Planning allows you to schedule employees or machinery to complete a fixed or expected amount of work.
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What is jobbing production?

Jobbing Production involves making small quantities of items, either bespoked to customer specifications or small volumes of orders.
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What is rough cut capacity planning?

Rough cut capacity planning is a long-term planning tool that is used for balancing required and available capacity. This type of planning helps when any changes need making to planned production or capacity.
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