A Plan for Every Part (PFEP) is all about determining the right part at the right time, in the quantity needed. Turbo Flow: Using Plan for Every Part (PFEP) to Turbo Charge Your Supply Chain explains how to take this detailed inventory plan from the manufacturing arena and apply it to boost performance and cost efficiencies in your supply chain. It explains how to use PFEP to improve management of your raw materials, WIP, and finished goods inventories. Tapping into two decades of combined experience at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, the authors explains how to use PFEP to determine how much you need to build, the proper frequency for deliveries, how often you need to pick up from suppliers, and how much inventory you require. Presents an overview of PFEP for finished goods Discusses internal route planning and design using PFEP data Details external logistics and synchronization of manufacturing, logistics, and inventory cycles For those willing to fundamentally change the way they do business, this book will light the path to more efficient and profitable supply chain management.Using Plan for Every Part (PFEP) to Turbo Charge Your Supply Chain Tim Conrad, Robyn Rooks. Address System ... Inbound location, from the dock or inINBOUND ONLY Inbound Material: Remove from the dock as soon as possible. To be used for ... Lineside Addresses: ese will be incorporated with the same numbering method as the dock, to aid in delivery of parts, maintenance issues, Pull Aisle 24.
|Author||:||Tim Conrad, Robyn Rooks|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2010-11-01|