Asencio, K. (2018). Propuesta de mejora del proceso de empaque en la planta fresco para incrementar la rentabilidad en la empresa Danper Trujillo S.A.C [Tesis, Universidad Privada del Norte]. https://hdl.handle.net/11537/13236
Asencio, K. Propuesta de mejora del proceso de empaque en la planta fresco para incrementar la rentabilidad en la empresa Danper Trujillo S.A.C [Tesis]. PE: Universidad Privada del Norte; 2018. https://hdl.handle.net/11537/13236
title = "Propuesta de mejora del proceso de empaque en la planta fresco para incrementar la rentabilidad en la empresa Danper Trujillo S.A.C",
author = "Asencio Cobián, Karen Ivonne",
publisher = "Universidad Privada del Norte",
year = "2018"
ABSTRACT The aim goal of this present research has as general objective to increase the profitability of the company Danper Trujillo SAC. through proposals for improvement in the packaging area of its Fresh Plant. A diagnosis of the company was made in the packing area, from which the main causes of the problems of the area could be determined, being these: Low process efficiency, Insufficient plant capacity, Low raw material productivity and lack of training staff selection and bag sealing. Through the diagnosis made and with the application of the prioritization matrix and the Pareto technique, three root causes were selected and their respective indicators were established. The losses caused by the selected causes were then calculated, which were US$ 8 609 158,64 per year. Proposals were developed to improve root causes. These proposals included the study of times, balance of lines and a program of training to the workers. Following the implementation of these proposals, the indicators for each root cause were improved: economic losses were reduced by waste of raw material by US$ 129 939,75 per year, increase in the production of asparagus boxes by US$ 218 880 per year and increase of the income from increased production of boxes by US$ 216 460,69 per year. In the economic analysis, the indicators resulted in a VPN US$ 282 431,72, TIR 77,41%, profit-cost (BC) 1,41, and investment recovery period (PRI) 1,97 years, which demonstrate the economic feasibility of improvement proposals.
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