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A. Manufacturing, planning and control (MPC) environment is defined by customer order decoupling point. Define each environment and give an example of each.

B. In forecasting, MacDonald’s Wing® discovered that when it opened its store to the public, it was able to sell 5,000 parachutes in the first year. Given the equation; y=a+bx. Where ‘y’ represents the number of sales and ‘a’ is the number they started with (200), what is the slope of this equation after 2 years? (2 points) (slope is b)

This paper must be a minimum of 2 pages (not including cover and references) and include 3-5 references. Do not just provide an answer straight from the text. Support your work with examples demonstrating an understanding of these concepts and their applicability to real-world situations.

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RUNNING HEAD: Manufacturing, Planning and Control (MPC) Environment

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MANUFACTURING, PLANNING AND CONTROL (MPC) ENVIRONMENT :
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Manufacturing, Planning and Control (MPC) Environment

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Manufacturing, Planning and Control (MPC) Environment
Customer order decoupling point gives the meaning of the MPC condition or
environment. Customer order decoupling point is where there will be an adjustment in the
demand capacity or function which always runs from the level of being independent up to being
dependent. MPC has accompanying four environment (Benton, 2014):


Make to stock



Engineer to order



Assemble to order



Make to order

Make to Stock
As indicated by the make to the stock condition or environment, clients' demands are
being filled from the stock of finished items. These depicts that, these items are now being set up
by the organization are kept on their shelves where they stay until the point when the customers
will order them (Benton, 2014). For this situation, the management on the demand concentrates
mostly on keeping up these finished merchandise or good in a proper way or appropriate manner.
Make to stock faces challenge in the dispersion of these finished items from one location
to another. It incorporates particularly the standardized items or products,...

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