ABC Development for Predicting Mean Absolute Percentage Error Type by Planning the Production Mixed Model


  • ชาญชัย วัลลิสุต Industrial Technology


Prediction, ABC. Analysis, Mean absolute percentage error


This research aims to design a production plan in the plastic packaging industry has produced a variety of formats(mixed model) and the number of products to meet customer orders and uncertainty. Therefore, the planning of production. Product specifications is difficult and risky, high inventory and the ability to timely deliver to the customer. Of the above sequences were the product of the ABC analysis and classification analysis of the demand for products that are important and do. Forecasting methods. And the chosen value mean absolute percentage error (MAPE) minimum. Can be used as a method for planning the production of those products. The study showed that the use of such techniques. The ability to meet product orders.increased.22.5%.


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