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Throughput

Throughput refers to the maximum production rate of a finished product or component through a system or part of a system.

 

Throughput Production

 

Throughput is generally associated with the production workflow of a company by evaluating the production rate through the bottleneck, or weakest part of the production chain.

 

Throughput can thus be altered by various factors such as:

- machine maintainability and reliability

- rate of use of resources

- distribution of workload

 

Throughput optimization aims to improve the processing time of an order and thus increase the overall productivity of a company.

 

Throughput Accounting

 

Throughput Accounting is a decision support method that provides an accounting-oriented measurement of operational performance indicators.

 

It involves designing accounting and asset management from an operational point of view, in order to obtain a better understanding of operational issues by the finance department and thus improve the overall flow of processes in a company.




Related definitions

Advanced Planning & Scheduling | APS Bottleneck Theory Of Constraints | TOC Constraints-based Optimization Production Leveling | Heijunka Scheduling