This affects the selection and planning of orders from a small industrial titanium fabricator by poor deliveries and a lack of capacity has been plagued in recent months. Four jobs are offered from which students must choose one. Every job is different order-mix/customer situation questions. The case forces students to choose among the four orders, as conflicting estimates of the available capacity, other companies are likely to come along, and the requirements of the order. A rewritt … Read more »

This affects the selection and planning of orders from a small industrial titanium fabricator by poor deliveries and a lack of capacity has been plagued in recent months. Four jobs are offered from which students must choose one. Every job is different order-mix/customer situation questions. The case forces students to choose among the four orders, as conflicting estimates of the available capacity, other companies are likely to come along, and the requirements of the order. A rewritten version of an earlier case.
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Benson P. Shapiro,
Rowland T. Moriarty Jr.,
Craig E. Cline
Source: Harvard Business School
16 pages.
Release Date: 13 Mai in 1992. Prod #: 592095-PDF-ENG
Fabtek (A) HBR case solution