The time it takes to build 100 cars.
Total production time available divided by total customer requirements.
The time it takes from start of pitch to pokeyoke alarm.
Total available production time.
To build in quality at each process.
To avoid overproduction.
To produce at lowest cost.
To improve operations (Kaizen)
All of the above
Precise sequence order.
Standard inventory required.
All of the above.
A, B & D
An employees daily rotation.
The sequence of workers rotating through a job.
The sequence of operations in a single process which leads to the production of quality goods in an efficient way.
A list of processes required to build a vehicle.
Parts stored in the warehouse.
Unused damaged parts.
Parts waiting to be inspected by QC.
The amount of in-process inventory that should be present at the workstation.
To get ahead in your process.
Baseline for improvement
To achieve maximun build number
In the process books.
On the computer.
At the GL desk.
In the meeting room.
Loss of return customers