Tibuana 2021-08-06T09:01:17+00:00 Prihono Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Tibuana : Journal of Applied Industrial Engineering</strong> is national scientific journals that are open to seeking innovation, creativity, and novelty. <strong>Tibuana : Journal of Applied Industrial Engineering</strong> is a<em>&nbsp;peer-review journal</em> published by the Universitas PGRI Adi Buana Surabaya.&nbsp; The aim of the journal is to facilitate scientific publication of the results of researches in Indonesia and participate to boost the quality and quantity of research for academics and researchers. <strong>Tibuana : Journal of Applied Industrial Engineering</strong><span class="tlid-translation translation" lang="en"><span class="" title="">&nbsp;published in&nbsp;<strong>January, </strong>and<strong> July</strong></span></span> by publishing research results and critical analysis studies in the field of applied industrial engineering.</p> Distribution Route of Cement 40’s kg Package at PT.XYZ using Saving Matrix 2021-08-06T09:01:17+00:00 Nur Rahmawati Sinta Dewi M. Dicky Perdana Putra <p>Determining the distribution route is one important thing that must be considered by the company to get a cheaper product selling price. PT. XYZ is a cement manufacturing company with consumers spread across several regions. Due to the large number of consumers that must be supplied, the company has problems in determining product distribution routes that can produce a low total cost of distribution. In this method, the saving matrix method is used to obtain distribution routes that can produce the minimum distribution costs. From the results of the study, four sub routes of product distribution were found with distance savings of 1176 Km.</p> 2021-07-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 nur rahmawati Crashing Project Evaluation by Managing Allocation Resource and Cost using CPM-PERT and MS,Project in Nurul Hayat Mosque’s Renovation 2021-08-06T09:01:14+00:00 Nur Rizka Athira Dea Ayu Maharani Andris Siti Muhimatul Khoiroh <p>The implementation of project management must be calculated based on time and cost estimation. One of the efficiency measures that can take is to accelerate. Time, cost, and quality are factors that must consider while making project acceleration. Project renovation in Nurul Hayat's room was chosen in this research because this project experienced delays in implementation. Delays occur due to a lack of available manpower. This delay will certainly have an impact on costs. The purpose of this research is to speed up time and get optimum costs while still paying attention to quality standards. By CPM-PERT approach, and the evaluation of project acceleration with Ms. Project, the results obtained are scheduling the initial completion of the mosque renovation which initially has an estimated 42 days with a normal total cost of 17,227,500, can be accelerated for 36 working days with additional processing costs of Rp. 70,000 and overtime costs of Rp. 1,635,000. The total cost is Rp 18,932,500</p> <p><em><span style="font-size: 11.0pt;">Keyword: Crashing Project, CPM-PERT, Ms. Project</span></em></p> 2021-07-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Siti Muhimatul Khoiroh Aplication of Liqu Quese for Light Weight Brick Transportation (Case Study at PT Priority One Indonesia Krikilan No. 28, Driyorejo District, Gresik Regency) 2021-08-06T09:01:01+00:00 Indra Dwi Febryanto Mokhammad Ivan Virdaus <p>At the location of public queuing services, there are often many customers lining up to be served immediately. This problem also exists in the process of transporting light bricks at PT. Priority One Indonesia. It is not efficient because of the time they can spend doing more important things. In this case, a technology is needed to make it easier for customers to queue. In this study, a web-based or online queuing application called the LiQu application was designed. The output of the LiQu application system is to make the queuing process can be done online, and to conduct customer satisfaction research on the performance of the light brick transportation queue service at PT. Priority One Indonesia. Then perform 2 analysis tests, namely Usability analysis calculating the results of the questionnaire using the Likert Scale Inteval method and Reliability analysis with WAPT 3.1 software testing then calculations using the Nelson model.</p> 2021-07-31T03:31:55+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 mokhammad_ivan_virdaus ivan Efficiency Distribution Analysis with Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) Approach Fertilizer 2021-08-06T09:00:57+00:00 Titiek Koesdijati Andarmadi Jati Abdhi Wasesa <p>Distribution channels have an important meaning for achieving company success in the field of marketing so that company management is required to always be responsive and able to adapt to environmental changes. Input and output data processing is done by giving weights to the input and output using the DEA CCR primal model by maximizing the input-oriented-based objective function. The results of processing the efficiency scale show the relative efficiency level of the scale of each DMU in the company. The efficiency scale is obtained through the formulation of the DEA CCR primal model between each DMU input and output. If the DMU gets an input and output efficiency value of less than 100%, then the DMU is said to be relatively inefficient. Meanwhile, if the efficient value is equal to 100%, then the DMU is said to be relatively efficient. Of the 5 distribution cities, Sidoarjo, PaluKendari, Bandung and Lamongan which were analyzed, there were 2 cities that were inefficient or experiencing waste in their input and output variables, so the company needed to reorganize the level of use of inputs and outputs it achieved and utilize them optimally to get output that is optimal. targeted.</p> 2021-07-31T03:33:34+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Titiek Koesdijati, Andarmadi Jati Abdhi Wasesa Muscoluskeletal Disorder (MSDs) on Worker Batik Tulis 2021-08-06T09:00:54+00:00 Gempur Santoso Prihono <p><em>Home indutri</em> batik tulis Jetis, kabupaten Sidoarjo yang merupakan beberapa <em>home industry</em> batik. Tenaga kerja membatik masih mengalami keluhan rasa sakit pada otot tulang rangka pada lengan. Keluhan itu biasa disebut <em>muscoluskeletal disorder</em> (MSDs). Penelitian ini dilakukan pada 15 orang tenaga kerja membatik. Hal tu sebagai besar populasi sekaligus besar sampel peneltian ini. Data primer diambil menggukan angket. Data sekunder diambail melalui wawancara dan observasi. Data primer dianalisis secara deskriptif kualitatif komparatif. <strong>Kesimpulan</strong>, bahwa keluhan rasa sakit dominan rasa sakit pada lengan atas kanan tenaga kerja membatik sebesar (53,3 %), keluhan rasa sakit itu merupakan <em>musculuskeletal disorder </em>pada lengan atas kanan yang belum menggunakan alat membatik ergonomis. <strong>Saran</strong>, perlu dibuatkan dengan merancang ulang (<em>redesain</em>) alat membatik berupa canting yang sesuai antropometri tangan dan lengan kanan pembantik. Hal itu agar MSDs lengan atas kanan pembatik menjadi nyaman atau tidak mengeluh rasa sakit.</p> 2021-07-31T03:35:15+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Gempur Santoso, Prihono Bidding Models Analysis on Ship Repair Projects (Friedman and Ackoff & Sasieni Models) 2021-08-06T09:00:50+00:00 Aditya Maharani Fitri Hardiyati Ali Subagyo <p>The existence of a ship project carried out with a tender system by the LPSE allows all shipyard industries to bid on the project, this causes the chances of winning to become smaller, the determination of the tender price greatly determines the size of the profit that can be obtained and the percentage of the possibility of winning the project in a shipping industry. Therefore, the strategy of determining the bid price is very important. The statistical method used is multi discrete distribution, and multi normal distribution, while the bidding model uses Friedman (1956) and Ackoff &amp; Sasieni (1968) models.</p> <p>The results obtained the best bid price strategy to win an auction or tender is the model that produces the lowest optimum mark-up, namely the Friedman model with multi normal distribution, while for Ackoff &amp; Sasieni it produces a higher bid than the Friedman model except in certain company conditions.</p> 2021-07-31T03:37:32+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Aditya Maharani, Fitri Hardiyati, Ali Subagyo Maintenance Preventive Scheduling of Critical Components in Offset Printing Machine (Case Study : PT. XYZ) 2021-08-06T09:00:47+00:00 Marcy L. Patiapon <p>Maintenance activities are generally considered as supporting activities in the production process. However, this activity is very important because it contributes directly to the smooth running of the production process and productivity. PT. XYZ is a company engaged in mass media or newspapers since September 8, 2015. In the newspaper production process, PT. XYZ experienced delays in the production process due to damage to the component parts of the printing machine, in which the Offset printing machine is the core printing machine that is always used to print newspapers. Based on data on the frequency of damage during 2020 which was obtained from observations and interviews with operators, damage to machine components for 1 year on the offset printing machine counted 73 times that it was damaged. Thus making the machine stop operating from the effective working time of the machine, which is 264 days/year. This is due to the unavailability of a machine maintenance schedule because the company is still implementing a breakdown maintenance system. Thus the researcher aims to calculate the value of the identified critical components and calculate the effective time of machine operation for scheduling replacement of critical components of offset printing machines using the Reliability Centered Maintenance method. Based on the results of data processing using the Reliability Centered Maintenance method, the contactor component is determined as a critical component where the value of the Risk Priority Number is 72 with an average checking time of 11,250 minutes and component replacement time of 7 times/year. For this reason, it can be concluded that the contactor is a critical component with a damage value of 72 and the scheduling time for component replacement is 7 times in 1 year.</p> 2021-07-31T03:39:30+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Marcy L. Patiapon Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment with Recommended Alternative Solutions Using the Benefit Cost Analysis Method 2021-08-06T09:00:43+00:00 Rina Sandora Fani Sandy Putra Galih Anindita <p>Determination of hazard identification and risk assessment on the company can not be separated from the calculation of the cost budget. The aim is to provide recommendations and calculate the profit rate using the Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA) method so that the company will more easily determine the most appropriate and needed alternative in the company. From the incremental analysis calculation, an alternative solution and value obtained from BCA are gas detector H2S B / C ratio 1.14, crane certification B / C ratio 3.66, welding helmet B / C ratio value 5.53, wire rope B / C ratio value of 5.19, O2 detector value of B / C ratio 6.11, small handtruck value of B / C ratio 18.1, fire dry chemical powder B / C ratio value of 22.27, N2 gas detector value of ratio B / C 1.53.</p> 2021-07-31T03:41:21+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Rina Sandora, Fani Sandy Putra, Galih Anindita Risk Analysis Using HOR and SWOT on Spice Importers Based on Organization and Industrial Taxonomy 2021-08-06T09:01:11+00:00 Moh Fuad Firdaus Hana Catur Wahyuni <p><strong><em>Abstract</em></strong> <strong>— CV. 777 is a spice import company that has problems in mitigating events that are quite detrimental to the company. Starting from late arrival until over stock in the warehouse. The method used is the House Of Risk and SWOT methods, where with these methods the highest risk can be known and mitigation actions will be taken. This research resulted in 14 Risk Events and 27 Risk Agents where the Risk Agent with the highest ARP value will be followed up using the SWOT method. In the study, one Risk Agent with the highest ARP value or the one with the strongest influence was found, namely Risk Agent A12 with an ARP value of 255 (fluctuations in demand for goods by customers), while the Risk Agent with the weakest influence was A4 with an ARP value of 3 (imported goods). excessive) and A26 with an ARP value of 3 (miscommunication between employees). The risk agent with the highest ARP then continued using the SWOT method and resulted in four strategies, namely SO strategy, ST strategy, WO strategy, and WT strategy. With the mitigation strategy produced by the company, it will be able to minimize the risks that can occur to the company.</strong></p> 2021-07-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Moh Fuad Firdaus, Hana Catur Wahyuni Applied of Balanced Scorecard (BSC) Approach with Determination and Weighting of Key Performance Indicator (KPI) for Employee Performance Measurement 2021-08-06T09:01:08+00:00 Muhammad Nushron Ali Mukhtar Agung Setiawan Djoko Adi Walujo <p><em>The many types of production of goods in a company spearhead the progress of this company in industrial competition in Indonesia, the variety of types of products and large production capacity makes this company need a large number of employees to balance the variety and production capacity. This large number of employees creates its own problems, one of the problems is employee performance appraisal, employee performance appraisal in this company is only centered on the highest supervisor's consideration in one section. From that problem, the researcher wants to solve the problem using the Balanced Score Card (BSC) method by using the determination and weighting of Key Performance Indicators (KPI). The final result of the research conducted at PT Alam Jaya Primanusa in May 2018 the results of the following employee achievement grades and categories: Average material value: 76.65 Fair category, Operator's average value: 85.51 Good category, Average value - Selector section average: 89.79 Good category, Packer section average value: 94.98 Good category, Values ​​in each of these sections become the basis for calculations for all injection division production, so conclusions are drawn for the final value and achievement category of all injection division production the value of 83.37 in the Fair category.</em></p> 2021-07-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 Muhammad Nushron Ali Mukhtar, Agung Setiawan, Djoko Adi Walujo