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System Of Theories And Development Essay

1436 words - 6 pages

I. Introduction and Overview

Ever Solid Plastic Manufacturing Company is a plastic manufacturing company owned by Rosario Tan. The company is a distributor of high quality plastics. It manufactures different set of products such as sando bags, plastic cups, paper cups, spaghetti boxes, and etc. It has been operating for approximately 17 years and is located in Valenzuela City, Metro Manila. The study of the researchers were focusing on the business operations of the said company.

Based on the company visits and interviews we have conducted in the company, the researchers have discovered that the main problem of the company is having problems with regards to their manual business ...view middle of the document...

Their target market is the people in Divisoria and large “palengkes” or markets in Metro Manila and Quezon City. The customers usually order in bulk or in sack.

The company is designed to do business that offer wide range of products. They are known for producing Lucky and Pinoy products. Ever Solid Plastic Manufacturing is the one and only producer of their products, no other manufacturing company is partnered with them. To be able to cater their client’s need, the company continues to widen their production and add selection of item (size, color).

III. Analysis

Table 3.1: Products and Services being offered
• Size – small, medium, large
• Color – (plain, colored, assorted )

• Size – small, medium, large
• Color –(plain, colored, assorted)


A. Mission Statement

“To make the most of customer and employee values through top notch manufacturing practices, continually striving for excellence in the products we provide and the time required delivering them, and making quality products that can make the experiences of our customers worthwhile.”
B. Vision Statement

“To be known as a model manufacturing company with a staff of concerned people whose common goal is to ascertain and make everybody see and feel that the customer are our most important assets by providing quality products and services that can make them go back for more.”

C. Management and Culture

Ever Solid Plastic Manufacturing Company aims to improve the strategies of the organization that mainly deals with the safety performance improvement for both of the company’s employees and laborers. Since the company is labor intensive, the company makes sure that number of workers they have will have lead them to maximize their profit. They make sure that the last employee that will be hired will contribute same productivity as the other. Also, workers are prone to injuries with the different machines that are being used by the company. The company addresses anything that may cause serious and fatal injuries that may affect the productivity of the workers. Furthermore, the company maintain a quality working environment for all of the employees in order to have a kind of culture that which will lead to them to be productive, higher profitability, safety and environmental stewardship.

D. Organizational Structure

Job Description:

1. General Manager - Directly under the owner of the company. He leads all the departments that directly reports to him. In charge of the coordination and synchronization of each department with one another so all processes under each department are done at a timely manner.

2. Logistics Manager - Under the production department. Is responsible for overseeing the production of goods in the company

3. Production Coordinator - Reports to the logistics manager. Is in charge of...

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