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I attended a SAPICS webinar with Carol Ptak yesterday and this prompted me to burst into print on this topic… Read more FLOW Before Cost
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Manufacturing and Supply Chain processes don’t function in only one direction. As systems, they are bi-directional and the flow of information is as important as the flow of product.
The questions on everyone’s minds at the moment. What is the world going to be like after Covid-19? How are… Read more SURVIVING IN THE “NEW NORMAL”
FLOW protects cost, Cost doesn’t protect FLOW.
The innovations are designed to work together to minimise variation, reduce the lead time to customer, ensure stock is available in each of the buffers to support a 95%+ Customer Service level at the optimal inventory level with the highest return on capital employed (ROCE)