Solving Materials Handling Issues Begins at Home
When a busy plant in southern Arkansas hired a new manufacturing coach the production rate, as measured daily in person-hours per foot of conveyor section assembled, was averaging .250 or slightly higher. His job, he was told, was to "hold the line" at .250. To sustain that success, they had to maximize the efficiency of its own company, as well as its customers' operations.
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James E. Cabot, President