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Lean Manufacturing

Awesome template but don't use it with Chrome... Or it may crash ! (sorry)
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Shiho Itagaki

on 4 February 2014

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Transcript of Lean Manufacturing

Lean Manufacturing
Elimination of Waste
BACKGROUND

Unprecedented demand for new planes in 1990's
Deregulation of a commercial airline industry in the early 90’s
“Moonshine shops” for double production
PROBLEMS
Some of their customers started to consider to replace their old aircrafts with ones produced by Airbus Industrie (Airbus)
A $1.6 billion loss

Critical Aspects
BREAKTHROUGH by "Kaizen"
Unreasonable Stress or effort
Unbalanced situations
Non-value-added activities (7wastes)
Derived from Toyota Production System (TPS)

Just-In-Time (JIT)
, that aims to meet demand instantaneously

jidoka
(automation)
Elimination of wastes without the degradation of the quality of products based on:
1970's
1990's
Moving Line
- The line of bodies is gotten forward 2 inches per minute
More than 30
feeder lines
to produce preassembled parts
RESULTS
777: 71days      37days
737: 20days 9days
Elimination of wastes in "Inventory", "Motion" and "Process"
5s
Thorough Elimination of Wastes
Lean Philosophy
Physical Wastes and Wastes of human capital
Repetitive easy "boring" work
Huge LAYOFFS
Lean Synchronization
MGMT569 International Business Operations and
Supply Chain Management

Shiho Itagaki
Visualization
in workplace:
Everybody can start without any machines or employment.

Other achievement:
Reduction of Inventory level by 42 percent
Reduction of the space to assemble
Lead time
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