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Sep 02, 2013

Lean manufacturing – Practical advice, information resourcesand

At LMJ, we want you to understand lean manufacturing. That’s why we clearly explain the principles, terms and techniques necessary for a successful lean implementation.

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Jul 24, 2013

5S Cleaning – The Third Step of 5S

The third step in the 5S process is a good 5S cleaning of the work area.

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Apr 13, 2012

Standardized Material Handling Routes

The most effective way to ensure components are where they need to be at the correct time is through implementation of standardized material handling routes.

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Apr 13, 2012

Benefits of Lean Manufacturing – What can it do for your company?

Not sure what lean can do for your company? This page explains the benefits of lean manufacturing as well as some of the challenges.

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Dec 09, 2009

Lean Manufacturing Materials Store

Our Lean Manufacturing Materials Store is a selection of some of the best available material to help you implement/understand lean.

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Dec 07, 2009

Waste of Waiting

Waste of waiting can be difficult to identify if you don’t know where to look. It may be obvious to some but not to others.

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Dec 07, 2009

Waste of Transportation

Parts and components need to move throughout the facility, but can you tell if you have waste of transportation?

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