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Lean Manufacturing: Reaping the Rewards of Lean through Response Management
For years, manufacturers have been driven by sales forecasts and the need to maximize production efficiency at every level of operation. But in order to be

5s lean manufacturing work area  up production processes using 5S and Kanban requires extensive design activity. Many questions must be answered. Examples include: Which materials are used most frequently on a particular product line? This is helpful for organizing component locations within work areas. What is the ideal Kanban bin quantity (or number of fixed-size bins) required for the projected production use of a component at a work area? On a regular basis, as demand quantities and mix change, the answers to these questions change

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