MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTION PROBLEMS IN MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN ENUGU STATE (A CASE STUDY OF ANAMMCO, PRODA, SUNRISE)

ABSTRACT
This study has examined the efficient management of production problems in manufacturing companies in Enugu state. The selected companies were ANAMMCO, PRODA AND SUNRISE. The research design used for this research work was descriptive research design. The questionnaire was the instrument distributed to the participants which was later retrieved. Frequencies, arithmetic means, standard deviations and statics were used to analyze the data. The findings of the study, showed that availability of raw material significantly enhance production. When the raw materials are available at the needed time, it is easy for manufacturing firms to meet production targets. However, another finding of this study is that adequate financial base enhances production. Manufacturing firms cannot function effectively or even produced goods without adequate capital. Based on the findings of this study, the researcher recommends as follows; there is a need to ensure that raw materials are available when needed. Thus, management should give production a priority in the manufacturing firms by ensuring that vitally needed raw materials are provided. Above all, management should endeavor to keep abreast of government policies on importation, taxes, tariffs which greatly influence production especially ANAMMCO, which relies partly on foreign spare parts for production.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title
Table of contents
Abstract
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1   Background of the Study
1.2   Statement of the problem
1.3   Objectives of the study
1.4   Research Questions
1.5   Significance of study
1.6   Scope/Delimitation of the study
CHAPTER 2
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Introduction
2.1   Conceptual framework
2.2   Theoretical framework
2.3   Production system
2.4   Design of the production system
CHAPTER 3
RESREARCH METHODOLOGY
3.0   Introduction
3.1   Design of the study
3.2   Area of the study
3.3   Population of the study
3.4   Sample of the study
3.5   Instrument for data collection
3.6   Validation of the instrument
3.7 Distribution and retrieval of instrument
3.8   Method of data analysis
CHAPTER 4
PRESENTATION OF DATA AND ANALYSIS
CHATER 5
SUMMARY OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1   Summary of findings
5.2   Conclusion
5.3   Recommendations
5.4   Limitation of the study
5.5   Suggestion for further research
        References
        Questionnaire


CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1   BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
        Production can be defined as the process by which good and services are created. It is a process by which a set of desired inputs is converted into a set of desired output. Production includes all activities wherein something of value is created.
        It includes services such as those provided by hospitals, universities, insurances etc. manufacturing, on the other hand, refers to production of tangible goods such as books, automobiles and food products.
        In the evolution days, production was, in a sense, almost an isolated function many companies. It jobs was, to take the designer’s blue-print and produce a product. Whether the product was accepted or not, there were barriers, in communication and cooperativeness between manufacturing and other functions of the company. Since production entails employment of the bulk of manpower, utilization of the physical assets and engagement of the bulk of the financial resources; pressures in the organization great; failure to deliver, an idle machine, a line of an unsafe process all demand attention in order to attain the corporate objectives.
        However, management scholars having identified several problems in the production process for instance, low capacity utilization, poor quality and inadequate personnel, have tried to evolve an efficient production system that would attract profits at low cost and thus enhance the survival and growth of the organization.

        More importantly, management experts have deduces that decisions and actions relating to production seriously affect the success of a firm. Good judgment in location and layout of the production facilities can produce cost savings and efficient operations. Effective purchasing and control of materials minimize the chance of operation interruptions. Careful production scheduling and quality help to assure that customers will get on-time delivery and quality products.

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