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The business plan gives way to the need to create a production plan. When planning to manufacture, or creating the Production Plan, the company develops the manufacturing strategy or Production department methodology that it will follow in support of the business plan.

There are basically two different methods for manufacturing products, i.e., the ‘make-to-order’ and the ‘make-to-stock’ programs. There could also be a ‘hybrid’ plan that would be a combination of these two plans.

Understandably, each of these programs requires a different approach for handling customer orders and production. Next, in line with this, the management team determines the manufacturing plant layout, the type and amount of equipment, and the labor needed to meet the production schedules.

Finally, the Production team reviews the proposed production schedule and identifies machinery, materials, and labor to produce the products.

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