Just-In-Time Working

By ordering only the materials they need to complete an order, businesses can use JIT to work more efficiently. Introduction to Just In Time Working Just-in-time working (JIT) is also known as “lean manufacturing”. The term comes from quality management theory and the goal is to produce high quality products in the most efficient and economical way. Businesses of all sizes are using Just In Time to tighten up production. The goal is to; reduce delivery lead times, cut inventory, reduce the amount of defects, improve staff productivity and make sure products are delivered on time. JIT is based on the idea that holding too much stock or too many finished goods is a waste of money, and that a manufacturing business can work more efficiently by ordering only the materials it needs ... »