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2018 | 98 | 150-171
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Defect Reduction by Total Quality Management in a Crackers Manufacturing System

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The main focus was to reduce defects in production lines of a newly started crackers manufacturing company as well as develop such a system so that mass defects can’t happen again. To ensure a rated benefit & make the market value constant in the market an efficient system is one of the primary requirements. The prime qualities must be constant. So, to ensure that the causes of defects will not happen again the root-cause analysis has been done from the record of check sheet. Then all the errors from vital elements of production were detected and actual parameters, ingredient composition, temperature, pressure, steam supply etc. have been tried to maintain constantly. The co-operation of top to bottom hierarchy made this process successful & also able to build a permanent preventive system. Finally, a stable & reliable production system has been established to maintain target production and achieve maximum benefit ensuring excellent quality of product.
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150-171
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  • Dept. of Industrial & Production Engineering, Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology, Rajshahi - 6204, Bangladesh
  • Dept. of Industrial & Production Engineering, Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology, Rajshahi - 6204, Bangladesh
  • Dept. of Industrial & Production Engineering, Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology, Rajshahi - 6204, Bangladesh
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  • Dept. of Industrial & Production Engineering, Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology, Rajshahi - 6204, Bangladesh
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