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Rough Cut Capacity PlanningFundamentals & Corporate ToolCaterpillar: Confidential Green1

Agenda Capacity Planning Overview Request Intermediate Process Initiate Capacity Planning Tool Capacity Maintenance & Project Tracking Demand Summary Cycle Time Planned Capacity Resource Chart Stoplight chart Action Plans Align Parts CAF Steps AlertsCaterpillar: Confidential Green2

Capacity planning overviewCaterpillar: Confidential Green3

What is RCCP?Caterpillar: Confidential Green4

Benefits of tools for Suppliers & CaterpillarSupplier Improved performance Lowered operations cost Balancing loadCaterpillar: Confidential GreenCaterpillar Executable build plan Supports enterprise S&OP

Intermediate RCCP ProcessCaterpillar: Confidential Green6

Key Definitions Burden The amount of required capacity in order to meet demand Capacity The capability of a worker, machine, work center, plant, or organization toproduce output per time period, independent of burden Routings Which parts go through which resources? This is an essential piece ofinformation for completing RCCP (forward looking) charts, as it helps determinethe quantity of parts going across a resourceCaterpillar: Confidential Green7

OutcomesBurden Chart End-to-end current state view ofburden vs. capacity for processesacross which Caterpillar parts run Which areas appear constrained( 80% burdened)?RCCP Chart (Resource Chart) Forward looking, 18 months For processes that appear constrained based onburden chart May be required for all processes, if other groupsusing the RCCP (e.g., certain sourcing councils)require it Requires part routings to completeCaterpillar: Confidential Green8

Intermediate RCCP Process OverviewRCCP RequestPre-workSupplierInputAnalysis &Report OutMaintenanceRCCP Chart Jun-14Jul-14Aug-14Sep-14MonthCAT DemandCaterpillar/SupplierRequest toOpen/Refresh RCCPProject in DVTSupplierOnboardingSupplierInformationInitiate RCCPProject in DVTCaterpillar: Confidential GreenCapacity DataCollectionCAT Past DuesDemonstrated Capacity for CATMaximum Capacity for CATPlanned Capacity for CATBurden ChartResource Charts forConstrained, or AllResourcesMaintain iRCCP

Capacity Planning toolCaterpillar: Confidential Green10

REQUESTCaterpillar: Confidential Green11

Step 1- RCCP RequestNeed for RCCP CoverageKey Points 2 Types of Request :Open New projector Refresh a previous one. Any External supplier or Caterpillarperson with access to CaterpillarCapacity Tool (DVT) can request anRCCP project. Requestor should assign at least oneCaterpillar contact and could also assigna supplier contact if desired. A notification email will be sent toselected contacts and previous RCCPowner.Caterpillar: Confidential Green1. Go To Chrome Browser (preferably)- Enter the following lityTool/index.do2. Input CWS id and password Agree to terms3. For access please contact:CPSD MRC Support

Go to RCCP RCCP PROJECTCaterpillar: Confidential Green

Request RCCP- New Project1. Input supplier code linked to theproject (up to 3)2. Create new intermediate perselection3. Select RCCP Area:DEFAULT: One single RCCPareaOTHER: Use to differentiatean additional RCCP area4. If you select OTHER, provide a 3digit name for this area5. Create project12435Supplier area is a user defined field that identifiesseparate work areas under the same supplier codeCaterpillar: Confidential Green5

Request RCCP Project Refresh1. Input supplier code linked to the project (upto 3)2. You get a view of previous project, when itwas last updated and by whomNow you have 2 options:1. Create New: All the information frompredecessor Project Will be copied (Suppliercodes, RCCP area configuration)2. Create New Intermediate Per Selection: Thisallows you to change original configuration,add or remove supplier codes or renameRCCP area.- Select RCCP Area:DEFAULT: One single RCCP areaOTHER: Use to differentiate an additionalRCCP area-If you select OTHER, provide a 3digit name for this area- Create projectCaterpillar: Confidential Green

Request TabFor refreshedprojects, systemwill bring previousRCCP ownerSupplier contactis optionalMust provide aCaterpillar contact thatwill be the RCCPowner (Initiator).After Save as RequestEmail will be sent to allcontacts within theprojectCaterpillar: Confidential GreenCaterpillar contact can choose tocancel the requestIf you are the RCCP owner youmay skip request and Initiate

Communication ExamplesRequest NotificationCancel NotificationCaterpillar: Confidential Green17

INITIATECaterpillar: Confidential Green18

Step 2- Pre-workExplain supplier the need and level of detail we require for RCCPKey Points Supplier buy in and support before askingfor data Communicate value to both Supplier andCaterpillar in doing RCCP Supplier will receive a notification thatRCCP project has initiated and the link toCapacity site Keep all interested parties (supplier,manager, buyer) informedCaterpillar: Confidential Green

Initiate Tab1.2.12343.5Initiate screen can ONLY be input by a Caterpillarperson which will be the RCCP owner of the projectCaterpillar: Confidential Green64.5.6.Date supplier was contactedSelect Cycle Time Type Actual (specific to each part) – thiswill give the most accurate analysis Average – meets requirements forcoverage, but least accurate Weighted average – i.e., an averagewhere part mix is incorporatedSelect Part Routing Type: Constraint Process only All process routingUse Build Index? YES - 6 Months of EDI and theremaining 12 are extrapolated fromDemand INDEX NO – Provides 18 months ofavailable EDI signalSearch Supplier contactSelect auto initiate period from dropdown

Communication ExamplesProject Initiated NotificationCaterpillar: Confidential Green21

RCCP Level of InformationEscalation Ready Caterpillar: Confidential GreenFor burden calculation usedemand from demand tab xcycle times for each partAll part routings & cycle timesmust be providedActual cycle are required22

Step 3 – Supplier InputData CollectionKey Points There are 2 input data options: Manualand Upload from Template For a refreshed project, downloadtemplate will bring previous project data For a successful upload make sure youfollow format recommendations on theupload screen All fields need to be filled for Save optionto be enabled On each tab make sure you Save yourdata before moving to a different tab,otherwise your information will be lostCaterpillar: Confidential Green

CAPACITYCaterpillar: Confidential Green24

Capacity Tab1. Resource: All areas / Machines in facility that are used for theproduction of Caterpillar parts.- Character Restricted2. Resource Description: Complete resource name.3. Process represented by area4. Constrained By: choose whether the process is constrained bylabor or machine5. Demand Unit of Measure: This Can be Pc parts/Tons or Hours6. Run Rate Type: Actual/Planned7. Run Rate: Indicate the average capacity rate (planned or actual)per hour per resource. This can be pieces per hour, or tons perhour8. Total Average Weekly Demand on all Resources: Make sure italigns to selected unit of measure (5)9. CAT Average Weekly Demand: (Caterpillar Tier 1 only)10. CAT Load %: % of CAT load on that area (time consumed not qty)11. Past Dues: Indicate the amount of current past dues for eachwork area. Note that these are internal past dues12. Caterpillar Past Dues: indicate the amount of internal past duesper resource that are Caterpillar partsCaterpillar: Confidential Green124356811791210

Capacity Tab13. Cur # of Resources: Specify the number of resources that arecurrently being used in production14. Max Resources: Specify the maximum amount of resources thatcould be used in production15. Cur Hours per Shift: Indicate the production hours per shift. Do notinclude any break time16. Max Hours per Shift: Include the maximum amount of productiontime possible17. Cur # of Shifts Assigned18. Max # of Shifts19. Cur # of Days per Month: Indicate the current number of days permonth that each resource is in production20. Max Days Work: Identify the maximum amount of days per monththat supplier can work for each resource/machine area21. OEE %: Indicate the overall equipment effectiveness(OEE) in %.EX 100%Auto populated fieldCycle Times UoM. Depending of user selection at Demand UoMthe system Will define the cycle time UoM that is required at Cycletimes page.Caterpillar: Confidential Green131517211920141618

1-3 – Resource, Description and ProcessResource Resource Description Identify resource that produces ANY Cat parts (doesnot have to be dedicated)Machines with similar part routings and cycle timescan be listed as a single line item with the number ofmachines noted in the Number of resources field (13)Process Examples: Work center consists of 3 different machines thatperform different operations, handle different parts,or have very different cycle times: Each machineneeds to be listed separately If a weld station has 2 identical weld machines, list“weld” as one machine area and adjust the number ofresourcesCaterpillar: Confidential GreenFor every machine area in supplier’s facility,identify the process corresponding to the area123Resource field is format restricted, 3 to 20 charactersno spaces or special characters allowed.Longer resource name

4 – Constrained by Labor or MachineSelect the constraint type: Labor or Machine Could the resource produce more partswith double the labor? Ex: Weldingoperation (labor constraint) vs. Machiningcenter (resource constraint) This determines if labor or machines shouldbe used to determine number of resourcesCaterpillar: Confidential Green4

5 – Demand Unit of Measure Use the drop-down box to indicate if demand isgiven in pieces, tons or burden hours Depending of user input at Demand UoM thesystem will define the unit of measure cycletimes need to be entered in at Cycle times page.Caterpillar: Confidential Green5

6 & 7 – Run Rate Type & Run RateOnly needed if demand is given in Piece Parts/TonsRun Rate TypeActual Capacity Rate (demonstrated historically) Find the actual number of pieces produced per hour at each machine The purpose is to find the average hourly exit rate at each machinePlanned Capacity Rate: Planned average number of pieces produced per hour across a singleresource in a machine areaRun RateIndicate the average capacity rate (planned or actual) per hour per resource. Thiscan be pieces per hour, or tons per hourWhen Demand UoM is Hours consider the following: On manual input Actual and planned capacity rate will turn gray and default to “1” iftotal average weekly demand is entered in burden hours as capacity rate isalready included in burden hour calculation. On Uploading from template, all fields must be filled for successful upload. ForRun Rate Type, planned or actual need to be typed in and Run Rate needs to be “1”Caterpillar: Confidential Green67

8 & 9 – Total Average Weekly Demand on all ResourcesAverage CAT Weekly DemandAverage weekly demand should be forward looking, roughly a month or two :This is the amount of burden shown in the Burden Chart (non escalation ready) Supplier must verify demand data based on their productionschedulesTotal Average Weekly Demand : Specify total average weekly demand forboth Cat and non-Cat parts across all resources for that machine/resourceareaCAT Average Weekly Demand : One aggregate total average weekly demandnumber for CAT Tier-1 demand across all resources in a machine areaCaterpillar: Confidential Green89

10 – CAT Load %Indicate the percentage of load that Caterpillar parts take up on thatmachine/resource area. If the machine/resource is dedicated to Cat, the CAT Load is100%. If the machine/resource is shared, what % of scheduledproduction TIME is spent making Cat parts. This may be differentthan the percentage of parts that are Caterpillar. Some suppliers will have a contractual obligation or limit set ofthe percent of capacity dedicated to Cat. If this is the case, typein that percentage.Caterpillar: Confidential Green10

11 & 12 – Total Past Dues & Caterpillar Past DuesPast Dues should be noted in the same units as your Total Average Weekly Demand/TotalAverage Weekly CAT Demand Past dues are internal past dues, from machine to next process. These are notpast dues in terms of shipping to a Cat or Tier 2 facility.Total Past Dues: For each resource, find out how many pieces/hours (CAT & Non-CAT) arepast due as of today Used to calculate the additional percent of burden that will be added by pastduesCaterpillar Past Dues: For each resource, find out how many of the total pieces/hours pastdue today are Caterpillar parts It is helpful, however, to know the number of CAT past dues to develop actionplans to alleviate any issues.11 Past dues are a current snap shot in time regardless of theduration over which they were accumulated Past dues burden the operation they are incurred on, not thenext operation they flow to.Caterpillar: Confidential Green12

13 & 14 – Cur Number of Resources & Max ResourcesCur Number of Resources For a given process, identify number of separate resources(man or machines)that are currently being used to perform the same operations Resources can be combined if part routings and cycle times are similar for theresources in questionMax ResourcesFor a given process, identify maximum number of separate resources (manor machines) available to be used to perform the same operationsExample:There is currently 2 laser cutter allocated to this area, however the supplierhas the ability to use use the 4 laser cutters installed if necessaryParts produced should be largely interchangeableacross all resources if listed on the same line itemCaterpillar: Confidential Green1314

15 – 20: Operating ScheduleCurEner the total number of shifts per day, hours per shift that eachmachine is currently scheduled to run (production time), and thenumber of working days per month.MaxInput the total number of shifts per day, hours per shift that eachresource could get scheduled to run (production time) and thenumber of days per month at Max capacity.12 Month Working Days:Instead of average, you can now enter actual working days at eachmonth, removing any holidays or planned shut downs. This willprovide a more accurate Capacity view.Caterpillar: Confidential GreenWhen entering data in hours per shiftcolumns, only enter scheduled productiontime which would not includebreaks/lunches

15 – 20: Operating ScheduleManual InputThe information for the operating schedule all getsmultiplied together to determine the total hours for theburden chart This means that the hours per day is (Number ofResources)*(OEE or Operating Efficiency)*(Hours perShift)*(Shifts Per Day)*Number of daysHaving Hrs. per Shift x Number of Shifts (Cur/Max) 24represents over 24 hours per day.On Manual Input fields will highlight red and onUploading form template file will throw an upload error.Caterpillar: Confidential GreenUpload Error

21 – OEE: Overall Equipment Effectiveness OEE is used to find out overall effectiveness of each machine toproduce parts by factoring out losses Inefficiencies are tied to a machine area that result in a combinationof loss of availability, productivity, and/or first time yield for that area The calculation for the input to this field will vary depending on theavailability of historical performance metricsWhen filling out the Capacity Tab in Piece Parts If actual exit rates are available (historic demonstrated), then useactual rates and not planned exit rates and ensure OEE defaults to100%. In this case, it is 100% because time required to produce actualoutput will capture process inefficiencies.Caterpillar: Confidential GreenThe following slides willbreak from the process toprovide more detail on OEE

What is OEE? OEE stands for Overall Equipment Effectiveness OEE is a measurement that defines Percentage time a machine was actually producing quality parts compared to the time it was planned to be producingquality parts Equipment’s actual productivity compared to the ideal productivity, during a specified period of time The difference between actual performance and ideal performance is identified as waste, which must be eliminated. “Whatgets measured, gets done!” The main difference between OEE and Operating Efficiency is while OEE measures waste with allocated buckets, whichallows for identification and systematic elimination of waste “Operating Efficiency” is just an approximation of overall waste.Caterpillar: Confidential Green38

OEE Availability x Performance x Quality Planned Production Time: Total time the equipment is scheduled for production. It is the Total Available Time minusUnscheduled Time. Actual Running Time: Total time the equipment actually ran during the production time. Actual Running Time removes anydowntime losses including, but not limited to: Breakdown or Equipment Fault Setup/Adjustment Operations team member missing (absent, personal time, lunch, meeting, training, 5S activities, etc.) Material Missing (parts, tools, fixtures, gauges, etc.) Startup Loss (time spent for startup to reach the right operating conditions, for example heating a furnace) Quality/Inspection Tool Change (piece of equipment stopped for a tool change)Availability Actual Running Time / Planned production TimeCaterpillar: Confidential Green39

OEE Availability x Performance x Quality Planned Method Time: Is calculated by multiplying the normal cycle time or theoretical time to produce one part times thetotal of all produced parts including defects Actual Running Time: Total time the equipment actually ran during the production time Performance should never be greater than 100%. If it is, that usually indicates that normal Cycle Time is set incorrectly (it istoo high).Performance Planned Method Time / Actual Running TimeNote: If the Actual Running Time is continually over or under the Normal Cycle Time, the issueneeds to be investigated. If the Normal Cycle Time is believed to be incorrect, then the issueneeds to be fed back to the planning department for review.Caterpillar: Confidential Green40

OEE Availability x Performance x Quality Bad Output: The amount of scrap and/or rework produced during the set-up and ActualRunning Time. As with good output, it is measured in pieces, feet, inches, pounds, etc. Actual Output: The total amount of output, good and bad produced during the set-up andActual Running Time, also measured in the same units, pieces, feet, inches, pounds, etc. Good Output: The amount of good, sellable output that was produced during the set-up andActual Running Time, where output could be pieces, feet, inches, pounds, or other dependingon the operation.Calculated : Actual Output – Bad OutputQuality Good output / Actual OutputCaterpillar: Confidential Green41

Capacity Tab - Manual InputFor each resourcefill all data boxes? Check outavailable tooltipsFor refreshedprojects updatedemand andoperating scheduleper resourceHit New to add aresourceCaterpillar: Confidential GreenSave or Deleteresource as needed42

Capacity Tab - Upload From Template1.2.3.31 Download template(RCCP Capacity)Fill in information following formatrules & SaveChoose file to uploadTo delete a resource you need to go todetail tab, you can not remove fromtemplate.To rename a resource do it from detailscreen to avoid same resourcerecorded twice.2Caterpillar: Confidential Green43

Key Format Rules Only Notes column can be left blank Resource Name: Name should be from 3 to 20 characters, nospaces, no special characters Unit of measure allowed values: "Hours", "Pieces", "Tons" For unit of measure “Hours” :Run Rate Type “Planned or Actual”Run Rate “1” (0 is not allowed) Number of shifts x Hours per shift can not be higher that 24hours % OEE and Cat load expressed in format of 0 to 1 If no Past dues value must be “0” On escalation ready : Average weekly demand still needs avalue, input can be 0Caterpillar: Confidential GreenUpload ErrorUpload Success44

Reading The Burden Chart – Non Escalation ReadyDemonstrated Capacity is normalized to 100% for allmachine areas.Trigger for Capacity Planning: Any machine area at orabove 80% Capacity should be selected as a constraintfor Capacity Planning. If no machine areas are at 80%,select the most burdened area.At times, capacity planning may be required for all areas.This is done at the discretion of other groups that mayuse the results of this iRCCP. Minimum standards for“coverage” are for all processes more than 80%burdened, or the most constrained process. Burden bars are created from the Total Average Weekly Demand on allResources provided at Capacity Tab. It tells us the average overall burden,CAT & Non-CAT, on a given resource looking forward 4-6 weeks. The burdenchart is a snapshot in time of current burden on the machine areas listed onthe X-axis.Caterpillar: Confidential GreenWHY? We want toextrapolate demand on theconstrained resource out18 months and compareCaterpillar demand againstthe constrained area’scapacity to ensure anexecutable build schedule.

PARTSCaterpillar: Confidential Green46

Parts TabParts Tab contains a list of all parts with demand for thesupplier code selection.There are 3 main functionalities for this page:1231. Supplier Local part storage: Supplier can enter theirown local part number and save that relationship withCaterpillar part, this for future reference at Cycle times.2. Part Exclusion : User can select a list of parts that donot need to be considered within project's scope.Parts Excluded Will not be displayed at Demand tab.3. Review the number of resources each part is tied to atcycle times.If user does not need to exclude or save local parts, theycan skip this step and go Next.If a part is missing cycle time, "Resourceswith part" Will display blankCaterpillar: Confidential Green

Parts Tab - Manual Input12Option 11. To exclude a Part: Check the Exclude box of therespective part Provide a reason to Exclude byselecting from drop down.2. Part Numbers (From Supplier) Type the local part number related tothe respective Cat PartA part can not be excluded if it is linked toat least one resource.Caterpillar: Confidential Green

Parts Tab - Upload From Template123A part can not be excluded if itis linked to at least oneresource.Caterpillar: Confidential GreenOption 2 Hit Download parts button Fill template according with format rules1. Exclude: true part excluded ; false part notexcluded2. Reason To Exclude : NPI , Pass-through Part3. Part Numbers (From Supplier) : Enter supplierlocal part for each Caterpillar part.Note: Resources with part column is not an editablefield. Save All Parts file to your local drive Hit Upload parts Choose file and Upload

DEMANDCaterpillar: Confidential Green50

Demand TabDemand Index Selected on Initiate Screen18 Months of EDICaterpillar: Confidential Green System generated (Capacity tool pullsinformation on a daily basis from MRC, SCDWand CLIDB) Depending on selection at initiate screen systemwill bring EDI & DEM INDEX or just EDI for 18month scope. Supplier can add Manual demand (Tier 2). Upload/download feature for manual demandavailable. Refresh Button will pull most recent EDI. Parts Excluded at parts page will not bedisplayed at demand tab

CASH / LIVE / REFRESHWhen a project is in progressCached Refresh Capacity tool will take a snapshot of EDI /DEMAND INDEX of that moment in time when user got into demand tab.If the Project is not completed within the next few days and user wants to have an updated view just hit RefreshSystem will ask confirmation before it refreshes data.Once it has been refreshed you can not go back to original data. New information has been CachedRCCP CHART/ DEMAND/ STOPLIGHT CHART show this refresh option.Live will be disabled at this point.When project has been Approved:Cached Anyone with access to the approved project has 2 view options Cached and Live. They can switch back and forthon this view. Live is the default view when opening an approved Project. Cached will show demand as it was originally submitted and Live is the EDI/ INDEX update for the day. RCCP CHART/ DEMAND/ STOPLIGHT CHART has these view options. Refresh button is disabled at this point.Caterpillar: Confidential Green52

Manual Demand - Manual InputOption 1 Hit add demand icon New row will show- Forecast Type Manual Select receiving facility from drop down Type PN & month over month forecast Purpose is to capture Tier 2 parts on capacity analysis On demand refresh if manual part# & facility combination is notincluded on new EDI, tool will keep manual demand numbersCaterpillar: Confidential Green53

Manual Demand – Upload From TemplateOption 2 Hit Download manual demand for uploading button Fill template according with format rules Save Demand Upload file to your local drive Hit Upload Manual Demand Choose file and UploadCaterpillar: Confidential Green54

Demand – Additional FeaturesDownload demand 18 Months of demand canbe downloaded to excel Option available forCashed and Live viewsFiltersEach column within the Demandtab can be filtered per user needsCaterpillar: Confidential Green55

CYCLE TIMESCaterpillar: Confidential Green56

Cycle Times Tab - Manual Input2341 For Cycle time, blanks and zero values are not allowed.On Escalation Ready user must provide part routings and cycle times for ALL parts and ALLprocesses, Next button will not enable until all parts are included in at least one resource.On Non Escalation Ready user must provide part routings and cycle times for all constrainedprocessLocal part number will be automatically pulled from Parts page.If a part needs to be excluded from analysis this Will have to be documented at parts pagewith a reason for exclusion. Cycle times can not be entered for excluded partsCaterpillar: Confidential Green1. Pick a constraint from the left2. Review auto defined Unit of measure and makesure values entered are aligned3. Identify ALL Caterpillar Tier 1 part numbers thatare routed across the identified constraint andtype each at part number rows4. Identify actual/average cycle times (or Tons) foreach part number that pass through theconstraint5. Repeat for all constrained areas identified inburden chart – or ALL areas if Escalation ready

Cycle Times Tab - Upload From Template Hit Upload Cycle Times buttonHit Download Cycle Times buttonFill template according with format rulesSave RCCP Cycle Time file to your local driveHit Choose FileChoose file and Upload All resources can be captured in asingle file For Cycle time blanks and zerovalues are not allowed. Parts excluded can not have cycletimesCaterpillar: Confidential Green

Key Format RulesUpload Error All fields must have a value, no blanks allowed Resource Name should exist in the capacity tab Unit of Measure allowed values:“CycleTimeMins” , "Pieces" or “Tons” No spacesConsider this value is already defined by system,. Using adifferent unit of measure than the auto defined one Willgenerate an upload error. Part Number same part can only exist once per resource Cycle time needs to be greater than 0 Parts excluded can not have cycle timesCaterpillar: Confidential GreenUpload Success59

RESOURCE CHARTCaterpillar: Confidential Green60

Step 4 – Analysis & Report OutResource Chart and Action PlansKey Points For each constrained process, resourcechart will show 18 months outlook ofcapacity vs demand For any capacity gap, action plan needsto be captured Planned capacity is used to reflect actionplan and validate if proposed plan willmeet demand Burden Chart on resource tab is basedof EDI x Cycle times (Hrs.)Caterpillar: Confidential Green

Resource Chart ComponentsCAPACITYOperatingScheduleCAT Load%BURDENOEE or EfficiencyFactorNumber ofResourcesSupplier ProvidedDataCaterpillar: Confidential GreenSystem GeneratedDataPart NumbersDemand IndexCycle Times(avg or actual) &RoutingsEDIManual Demand62

Interpreting the Resource ChartThere are three different capacity definitions for a machine area/resourceshown in an RCCP chart: Demonstrated, Planned, and Maximum. Eachdefinition of capacity is visually represented by a line in the RCCP chart.Demonstrated Capacity is created by combination of: OEE, Hrs. per shift, # shifts assigned, # of Days per month, # of resources, %Cat LoadMax Capacity is created by combination of: OEE, Max Hrs. per shift, Max # shifts assigned, Max Days Work for the month,Max # of resources, % Cat LoadPlanned Capacity deviates from Demonstrated if the RCCP Chart shows thatburden is greater than demonstrated capacity. Action plans should bedeveloped & reflected in the planned line.Burden Bars are built from the cycle times/part routings & Demand (DemandTab). Each color represent the portion of burden per Cat receiving locationCAT% Load is also factored into the capacity definitions of that machinearea/resource. The lines in the RCCP charts are discounted to reflectactual % of total capacity allocated to Caterpillar.Caterpillar: Confidential GreenEach machine area/resource listed in the CapacityTab can be modeled with Capacity Planning if wehave routings and cycle times for them – eachwould have a separate RCCP chart.63

Resource Chart Tab Caterpillar: Confidential GreenPick a constraint from drop downChart is generated automaticallyThere are 2 views available Past due projection: current past dueestimated recovery date plus, if no actionplan on capacity gap, system willestimate future past due No past due projection: you will only seec

Rough Cut Capacity Planning. Caterpillar: Confidential Green Agenda Capacity Planning Overview Intermediate Process Capacity Planning Tool Maintenance & Project Tracking Summary 2 Request Initiate Capacity Demand Cycle Time Planned Capacity Resource Chart

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