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MAPP Plastics Discussion Forum

The MAPP Plastic Industry Discussion Forum allows members to rapidly communicate with each other. Post both questions and answers to questions that other MAPP members have about any industry topic from material and process issues to R&E Tax Credits and other business issues.

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Posted:  04 Apr 2017 21:03
I'm looking for input on the Value of Rejects report in IQMS under the production reporting module. I'd like to get a feel for where other companies are running as a % of sales.  Do you feel this is acceptable or need improvement?

Jamie Larson
Posted:  06 Apr 2017 23:26
Jamie, next Thursday, April 13th, we will have an open IQMS Peer-to-Peer Engagement on the phone focused on Production Monitoring.  I am certain somebody will be able to help you.

If you are interested, go to the website and register with this link:

https://www.mappinc.com/events-calendar/2017- ...

Thanks!




Troy Nix
Posted:  10 Apr 2017 14:16
Thanks for the information Troy.  Unfortunately I will be unavailable to attend on Thursday.
Posted:  12 Apr 2017 23:14
We use the Standard cost of parts produced internally as scrap value. They are dis-positioned against the work order. Also, we have a 3% "scrap factor" in the BOM. purges, START UP SHOTS , ETC.
Posted:  12 Apr 2017 23:37
In the BOM doesn't the scrap factor just add 3% to the material needed? I don't believe it takes into consideration the std. cost. Are you able to achieve a 3% scrap rate?
Posted:  12 Apr 2017 23:42
Correct. Yes. STD cost is for parts produced, placed in MRB and scrapped.
Posted:  13 Apr 2017 00:57
Thanks, I'm really looking for benchmarking on what a good vor % would be.
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