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Just-in-time JIT manufacturing , also known as just-in-time production or the Toyota Production System TPS , is a methodology aimed primarily at reducing times within the production system as well as response times from suppliers and to customers. Its origin and development was mainly in Japan, largely in the s and s and particularly at Toyota. Alternative terms for JIT manufacturing have been used. Motorola 's choice was short-cycle manufacturing SCM. The exact reasons for adoption of JIT in Japan are unclear, but it has been suggested it started with a requirement to solve the lack of standardization.
The terms lean manufacturing and "just in time," or JIT, are often used as if they're the same thing, but they aren't identical concepts. Just-in-time manufacturing is focused on efficiency, while lean manufacturing is focused on using efficiency to add value for your customer. It's not a question of either-or: Just-in-time manufacturing can be practiced on its own, or as one step in your lean manufacturing process. Before JIT was introduced by Toyota, most manufacturers kept large amounts of inventory available just in case they needed it. Taiichi Ohno of the Toyota corporation developed a production system of ordering parts in small quantities, based on short-term production cycles.
Ohno named it the Toyota Production System (TPS). Since it involved making products only when needed from materials that were made available by suppliers.
The Big Idea — Lean has a very extensive collection of tools and concepts. Surveying the most important of these, understanding both what they are and how they can help is an excellent way to get started.
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