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Production Model to Increase Productivity and Delivery Compliance in the Peruvian Textile Sector by Applying Value Stream Mapping, 5S and Flexible Production Systems

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The Peruvian textile industry is a highly competitive market and is one of the main economic engines of the country. The sector provides more than 463 thousand jobs and represents 7.4% of the GDP. Most of the companies, mostly family businesses, do not have enough knowledge to implement a management model according to productivity standards and expected level of service. This article proposes a production model for the clothing industry based on Lean management, combining SIPOC, VSM, 5S techniques and a production system to increase profitability in the short term and make it sustainable in time. The model is validated by a case study in a representative company of the sector. The proposed activities were monitored through the study of work indicators, in which the results indicate an increase in productivity by 59% and the fulfillment by 48%.

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  • MSMEs
  • Product delivery time
  • Supplier management
  • Slender manufacturing
  • Production planning

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Barzola-Cisneros, V., Calderon-Tirado, J., Viacava-Campos, G., Aderhold, D. (2021). Production Model to Increase Productivity and Delivery Compliance in the Peruvian Textile Sector by Applying Value Stream Mapping, 5S and Flexible Production Systems. In: Ahram, T., Taiar, R., Langlois, K., Choplin, A. (eds) Human Interaction, Emerging Technologies and Future Applications III. IHIET 2020. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1253. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-55307-4_91

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