Comparing JIT Approaches in A Manufacturing Cell - Traditionally, production control in Just-in Time (JIT) systems is designed to replace an item that has been consumed at a downstream work center by "pulling" a new item through the manufacturing process to that center. However, when information on future customer orders or production requirements is available, there is no reason the system can't ...
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Production and inventory management journal : journal of the American Production and Inventory Control Society, Inc. - Washington, DC : Soc., ISSN 0897-8336, ZDB-ID 10542929. - Vol. 40.1999, 2, p. 32-37
Hurley, Simon F., (1999)
Kadipasaoglu, Sukran N., (2000)
Wandering Bottlenecks: Speculating on the True Causes - A common explanation for wandering bottlenecks is that changes in product mix cause different workstations to become the bottleneck. Using an illustrative case study, we will demonstrate that the wandering bottleneck phenomenon is primarily caused by managerial decisions made to meet imposed performance objectives
Hurley, Simon F., (1998)
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