Linear programming is a step or process to get maximum results with existing resources or it can be said the process of looking for optimal value. One part of scheduling is production scheduling. production scheduling is the use of resources that are few but make the most profit. This paper discusses production scheduling using flowshop type production scheduling by taking into account transportation times and work weights. This paper uses the Dannenbring method with the aim of finding the optimal sequence of problems by considering the total production time (makespan) and the average Weigted Mean Flow Time (WMFT). Based on the results of the Dannenbring method, the results of flowshop scheduling are obtained with a total makespan of 75 hours and the WMFT value is 28, 87 hours.
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