Normal Region: Defined

A normal region is a basic region through which an item or group of items flow.

For example if there are two assembly lines in a row, which are named Line 1 and Line 2, and employees are working on one item at a time in both lines, this would be configured as a normal region.

The primary region type for Line 1 and Line 2 could also be sequential region because each item must progress in the order in which it entered the region.



Operator interface


Items are tracked through the plant.


Each item occupies one region location.

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Secondary region types.