INVENTORY CONTROL PLANNING CRAFTS OF PEARL LEATHER SKIN IN THE CITY OF AMBON USING THE AGGREGATE METHOD

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  • Marcy L. Pattiapon Industrial Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Pattimura University, Ambon
Keywords: ABC Classification, Inventory Control, Forecasting, Aggregate.

Abstract

Maluku is an archipelago that is rich in
natural products, especially the sea including
pearl shells. One small industry that is quite
developed in the city of Ambon is the handicraft
industry made from pearl shells. pearl shells are
utilized and treated as crafts with high artistic
value is one of the characteristics of the Maluku
region which is one of the souvenir choices that
is quite attractive to domestic and foreign
tourists. Besides being consumed, shellfish also
produce pearls and are often made into jewelry
such as necklaces, bracelets, rings and wall
hangings and various accessories.Fluctuations
in demand from time to time cause the need for
inventory planning by forecasting the needs of
the future. Forecasting used is the Time Series
Moving Average and Single Exponential
Smoothing.Based on the results of research
conducted can be seen that the biggest capital
absorbers are pearl shells, profiles, velvet cloth
and glass. Forecasting with Moving Average
(MA) = 4 months has the smallest error value
with forecast results is 57 kg. With a total cost
of Rp. 5,156,847,779. The alternatives used in
aggregate planning are a strategy with regular
regular working days and an overtime strategy,
which is 26 days / month, with a production
capacity of 39 units of finished shell products.
With a total cost of Rp. 243,650,000.

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Published
2020-07-29
How to Cite
Pattiapon, M. L. (2020). INVENTORY CONTROL PLANNING CRAFTS OF PEARL LEATHER SKIN IN THE CITY OF AMBON USING THE AGGREGATE METHOD. Tibuana, 3(02), 72-77. https://doi.org/10.36456/tibuana.3.02.2566.72-77
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