Just-in-Time Logistics Support for the Automobile Industry - Henry Ford's book Today and Tomorrow introduced the principles of Just-in-Time production in 1926, but it took more than 50 years for the US automobile industry to adopt the principles of waste reduction, quality, supplier partnering, and innovative transport that characterize today's best practices. This article examines the condition ...
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|Contributors:||Alternburg, Ken; Griscom, Debbie; Hart, Jack; Smith, Frank; Wohler, Gary|
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