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Paper Title :
Performance Management in Crude Palm Oil Industry using Analytical Hierarchy Process

Author :David Martin, Abdul Talib Bon, Silvia Firda Utami, Yunos Ngadiman

Article Citation :David Martin ,Abdul Talib Bon ,Silvia Firda Utami ,Yunos Ngadiman , (2018 ) " Performance Management in Crude Palm Oil Industry using Analytical Hierarchy Process " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 96-100, Volume-4,Issue-12

Abstract : Decision making has become a routine activity carried out by the production manager in a Palm Oil Mill company. One of the problems that will arise is the decline in production quantity. Therefore, this study is intended to help the company to determine the optimal amount of crude palm oil production and to determine the order of priority factors influencing the decline in production quantity and also apply the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method in the production planning of the company to assist and facilitate the decision-makers in making decisions. The data input are obtained from documentations such as inventories, demand and production data. In addition, AHP is adopted as a method for decision making and the data are obtained from interviews and questionnaire. The result of this study is the total production and inventories of Crude Palm Oil had become optimal and stable by the year 2014; profit is higher than previously; the plot data also showed that the total production in 2014 was not stable because it was still decreasing. The main factors affecting the decline of total production are internal factors. The Order of priority of the internal factors is factor capital, labour, raw materials and technology & machines. Keywords - Fuzzy Logic, Decision Making, Production, Planning, Crude Palm Oil

Type : Research paper


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