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Record number 417816
Title Effective use of product quality information in meat processing
Author(s) Rijpkema, W.A.; Rossi, R.; Vorst, J.G.A.J. van der
Event The APMS 2011 conference, Advances in Production Management Systems, Stavanger, Norway, 2011-09-26/2011-09-28
Department(s) Operations Research and Logistics
Information Technology
WASS
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2011
Abstract This paper presents a case study on use of advanced product quality information in meat processing. To serve segmented customer demand meat processors consider use of innovative sensor technology to sort meat products to customer orders. To assess the use of this sensor technology a discrete-event simulation model is built. Various scenarios were defined for processing strategy (buffered or non-buffered), the number of end product groups to sort to and the availability of product quality information. The performance of these scenarios is measured w.r.t. order compliance, labor consumption and throughput-time. Our results reveal that the current processing and product sorting strategy is in-effective for sorting to a large number of end product groups. Furthermore, the current availability of product quality information is insufficient to ensure high levels of order compliance for advanced product quality products.
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