lean manufacturing

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lean manufacturing

[¦lēn ‚man·ə′fak·chər·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
A production system consisting of manufacturing cells linked together with a functionally integrated system for inventory and production control that uses less of the key resources needed to make goods.
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There came to their great aeronautic parks at Chinsi-fu and Tsingyen by the mono-rails that now laced the whole surface of China a limitless supply of skilled and able workmen, workmen far above the average European in industrial efficiency.
But instead of chemical plants, it's the lush vegetation of philodendron, Joseph's Coat and |Grape Ivy that surrounds 20 employees of a new ICI offshoot called Industrial Efficiency Systems
different alloy) joined by conventional techniques including cost mass reliability industrial efficiency and environmental friendliness aspects.
an industrial efficiency expert who applied his time management philosophy to his own children, and Myrna Loy as Lillian Moller Gilbreth, an organizational psychologist who acts as a maternal interface between her husband's whistle-blowing discipline and the growing pains of her more independent-minded children.
He further stated that PSQCA's prime aim is advancing national economy, promoting industrial efficiency and ensuring health and safety of consumers.
He said Chamber and MoST should develop close collaboration for promoting linkages between industry and R&D organizations to improve the industrial efficiency and development.
There has been no increase in industrial efficiency as the share of savings slated for industry was not fully paid.
A diligent work ethic, good education and industrial efficiency gains are worthwhile targets, but the policies must be explained.
Ras Al Khaimah and Franke share a common factor: sustainability and the new facility sets a model of environmental awareness and operational and industrial efficiency within Ras Al Khaimah and beyond.
Pending an agreement on global emissions targets, which may never happen, one potentially less contentious alternative is to agree mandatory global benchmarks for residential, automotive and industrial efficiency, among other technology policies and measures.
Missouri River Energy Service Member Utilities--Commercial and Industrial Efficiency Rebates
We've focused on wireless innovation to enable industrial efficiency in the toughest environments, from monitoring oil pipelines on the North Slope of Alaska, where wind chill temperatures are minus 56 deg C, or in the desert, where temperatures rise to over 40 deg C, with sandstorms and even the gnawing jaws of camels damaging wired connections," says Steve Sonnenberg, president of Emerson Process Management.

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