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Ⅰ. Introduction of POSCO
Ⅱ. Background of PI
Ⅲ. 1st period of PI
2. ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)
Ⅳ. 2nd period of PI
2. MES (Manufacturing Execution System)
3. 6 Sigma
Ⅰ. Introduction of POSCO
1. About POSCO
The Pohang Iron and Steel Company, or POSCO, based in Pohang, South Korea, is the third largest steel manufacturer in the world.
Currently, POSCO operates two steel mills in the country, one in Pohang and the other in Gwangyang. In addition, POSCO operates a joint venture with U.S. Steel, USS-POSCO, which is located in Pittsburg, California.
Along with Samsung Electronics, POSCO is viewed by many Koreans as a symbol of national pride and 'can do' spirit. With the strong Korean shipbuilding and automobile industry dependent on POSCO for steel, it has been seen as the bedrock of Korea's industrial development over the past 40 years.
The AMR Research selected World’s Top 25 supply chain and POSCO was ranked 16th. And this table indicates POSCO’s extraordinary success in managing a hugely capital.
< The AMR Research Top 25 Supply Chains, 2003>
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