various stages involved in satisfying a customer’s need

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Various elementary production processes:An assembly process in which interchangeable parts are added to a product in a sequential manner to create an end product. In most cases, assembly process is a semi-automated system through which a product moves. At each station along the line some part of the production process takes place. The workers and machinery used to produce the item are stationary along the line and the product moves through the cycle, from start to finish. Assembly methods were originally introduced to increase factory productivity and efficiency. Eg: Any Car manufacturing (

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