Wheeled Coach, based in Winter Park, Florida, is the worlds largest manufacturer of ambulances. Working four 10-hour days each week,
1. Why do you think major auto manufacturers do not build ambulances?
2. What is an alternative process strategy to the assembly line that Wheeled Coach currently uses?
3. Why is it more efficient for the work cells to prepare “modules” and deliver them to the assembly line than it would be to produce the component (e.g., interior upholstery) on the line?
4. How does Wheeled Coach mange the tasks to be performed at each work station?
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Question Posted: July 23, 2013 01:36:52