PENGURANGAN WASTE MENGGUNAKAN PENDEKATAN LEAN MANUFACTURING

Akhmad Jakfar, Wahyu Eko Setiawan, Ilyas Masudin

DOI: https://doi.org/10.23917/jiti.v13i1.320

Abstract

PT. XYZ is one of some cigarette companies in Indonesia. In producing cigarette, the firm requires a material named “etiket” which is produced by printing division for internal consumers of PT. XYZ. In order to produce “etiket”, there are some wastes occurred. One of wastes occurred in printing division is product defects. This paper attempts to identify wastes in the division of printing using Lean Manufacturing approach by applying Value Stream Mapping (VSM) method. The results from cause root analysis found that the problems caused the defects in production process. It shows that the most wastes occurs in the printing division are product defect and waiting time. The product defects are caused because there is no standard applied in processing the product and poor inspections by management, while the causes of waiting time wastes is because of lack of carrier and no standard in each process. The recommendation can be suggested to the company are adding some carrier (product’s transporter), creating process standard in each process. 

Keywords

lean manufacturing; Value Stream Mapping; Value Stream Analysis

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