Zero Inventories

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Dow Jones-Irwin, 1983 - Business & Economics - 329 pages
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Zero Inventories is the definitive work on JIT! It is written for the key people in industry--managers, engineers, staff professionals and foremen, showing how to solve inventory problems and achieve stockless production. Its wide range of topics include: forecasting and inventory control methods; material requirements planning; systems for scheduling operations in manufacturing, procurement, logistics and project planning; systems for master scheduling and corporate planning; organizational problems of installing and managing new systems.

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Contents

Basic concepts I
1
Short setup times Marketpaced run rates + Flexi
18
Identifying problems through the production control system
37
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