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Q: What are the disadvantages of intermittent production?
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What is intermittent production?

A intermittent production process a production process in which the production run is short and machines are changed frequently to make different products.

Can you give me an examples of intermittent production?


What are the Advantages and disadvantages of production systems?

disadvantages of Production Structures

What are the example of intermittent production?

An example of intermittent production would be when a person works making custom settings for engagement rings. He or she does the work as customers come in the shop and request it. It is not work that is done on a continuous basis.

A production process characterized by a short production run and frequent adjustments to machines so that different products can be produced is known as a?

Intermittent process

Disadvantages of batch production?

demerit of batch production

Is the production of Hersheys chocolate an example of an intermittent or continuous production process?

Yours is a vague question. There is more than one "Hersheys Chocolate" (there are a number of different kinds of candy bars that Hersheys makes). However, due to their popularity, most of the candy bars that Hershey's makes are on a continuous production system. However, some products (such as the seasonal ones) are on intermittent production systems.

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What are two disadvantages of mass production?

Mass production is: - Inflexible - Limits the design of products

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Advantage And Disadvantage Of Small Scale Production

What are the disadvantages of indirect production?

high cost.....

What are disadvantages of intermittent water supply?

Disadvantages of intermittent water supply include increased risk of waterborne diseases due to potential bacterial regrowth in stagnant water, inconvenience for residents who have to store water, and potential damage to water infrastructure from pressure fluctuations during supply cycles. Additionally, intermittent supply can lead to higher water consumption as people may fill up storage containers whenever water is available.