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Lead Time

31 August 2017 Kategoria :Uncategorized

Definition

Lead Time is the time it takes to complete one production cycle, including the execution time and the waiting time between performing various operations during the cycle (target preparation, transport, control, receipt). Under logistics is the time between confirming the need to order and picking up the goods.

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EOQ – Economic Order Quantity

28 August 2017 Kategoria :Uncategorized

What is EOQ

EOQ (Economic Order Quantity) in economics and management engineering is a stock management method that defines the optimum purchase quantity to minimize the total cost of material purchase and maintenance costs in the warehouse. The basis for the order is to reach the reorder point.

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Just in time – JIT

24 June 2017 Kategoria :Publications

Just-in-time

(JIT) is a production strategy that seeks to reduce production costs by reducing inventory costs and related costs. To meet Just in Time goals, the process is based on the KANBAN signal between different production points, which tells you what to do next. The signals of the KANBAN system can be simple light signals, no part of the rack or kanban card.

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MRP

24 June 2017 Kategoria :Publications

Concept

Material Requirements Planning (MRP) is a method that is used to plan and control production processes and inventory management systems. Most MRP methods are based on special computer software, and if this is not possible based on manual planning.

The MRP system should meet three main objectives:

  • Ensure the availability of materials for production and customers,
  • Maintain the lowest possible levels of materials and products in the store,
  • Production activities based on delivery schedules and purchasing activities.

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LIFO

26 November 2013 Kategoria :Kanban

Description

The LIFO method (Last In – First Out) refers to the way in which materials are stored in stock and consumption goods are valued and taxed.

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FIFO

19 April 2013 Kategoria :Kanban

Description

FIFO is a method of inventory valuation in a warehouse based on the order of receipt of the product by the warehouse. In brief, the first purchased material will be consumed first. This method is particularly useful for products that are characterized by high fluctuations in supply prices.

The key element of Lean Manufacturing’s implementation in the area of production is understanding how the materials move through the production process between the work sockets.

The flow chart provides information on how production will look, which process elements flow smoothly and which require higher levels of control.

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The principle of operation of the kanban

28 January 2013 Kategoria :Kanban

Difference between traditional systems and kanban

In the traditional approach to production, the ultimate goal was to maximize the use of available production time, regardless of the costs of maintaining the warehouses.

The kanban system provides stricter inventory control. Production is only started when there is a demand for the product. This is the case even where it can cause the worker to break work. In such situations workers are transferred to workplace or assigned to other often unproductive tasks. Kanban is a complete denial of traditional systems.

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Kanban signals

7 January 2013 Kategoria :Kanban

This article will show the basic kanban tools with which production is controlled. The possibilities in this field are almost endless, on this page you will find description of the most popular kanban tools.

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Kanban cards

2 January 2013 Kategoria :Kanban

Kanban cards

Kanban cards are a key element of the kanban system, it is the most commonly used laminate with the Kanban parameters it has applied to it. These cards indicate the need to move materials in production, production facility or materials from an external supplier or production site.

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Applications of kanban system in the company

20 December 2012 Kategoria :Kanban

Use of kanban in production

Kanban can be used mostly in most production areas, regardless of whether the materials are moved or produced. In larger plants to meet production needs, independent transport at the plant should be used.

On the next pages of this website we will present, in particular, the application of KANBAN in the material trade. The kanban in this case will control the production protection against material shortages in combination with the production of KANBAN cards.

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