Is this the end of the just-in-time supply chain?

All Things Supply Chain

Developed by Toyota in the early 1970s and popularized by Dell in the 1990s, the just-in-time (JIT) supply chain methodology is used by many manufacturers across the world.

Is the Just-In-Time Supply Chain’s Time Over?

Enterra Insights

According to Funnell, “It’s called Just-In-Time and it’s made some corporations and business moguls very rich. ”[2] Those comments beg the question: Is the Just-In-Time (JIT) Supply Chain’s Time Over?

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Is Just In Time Past Its Time?

Supply Chain Game Changer

The prospect of having a Just In Time (JIT) Supply Chain system has been the goal of innumerable businesses and industries for decades. And for those who have implemented Just In Time processes it has been the backbone of their entire operating structure.

Is the Just-in-Time (JIT) Manufacturing Model Dead?

USC Consulting Group

Did the unprecedented supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic kill the just-in-time (JIT) manufacturing model? Here’s a bit of backstory on that, and why we feel Just-In-Time manufacturing will be more important than ever going forward.

Just in Time vs. Just in Case: What’s the Way Forward for Supply Chains?

Just-in-time supply chains worked just fine — until they didn’t. Is more inventory the answer? It’s not a binary solution. Read this latest GEP paper to learn how enterprises can ensure adequate supplies without running excess inventory.

When just-in-time isn’t enough

IT Supply Chain

The post When just-in-time isn’t enough appeared first on IT Supply Chain. By Neil Ballinger (pictured). Head of EMEA, EU Automation. Industry Talk

Just-in-time in the Real World of Inventory Management

Unleashed

Just-in-time inventory (JIT) is the antithesis of just-in-case inventory and can be a valuable method of reducing waste and streamlining the supply chain. In this article, we will consider some real-world case studies which may help to demonstrate JIT in action in the real world of inventory management and lend insight to the pros and cons of implementing JIT in your workplace.

Supply Chain 2022 & Beyond. Just-In-Time or Just-In-Case?

IT Supply Chain

Just-In-Time or Just-In-Case? By David Shillingford (pictured). Chief Strategy Officer, Everstream Analytics. The post Supply Chain 2022 & Beyond. appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry Talk

Lean, ‘Just-in-Time’ Management Didn't Cause the Supply Chain Crisis

Supply Chain Brain

There’s nothing in the lean and just-in-time supply chain methodologies that recommend keeping a bare minimum of parts on hand. In fact, they preach the opposite

Just-in-Time Economy Becoming a Problem for Europe, Lagarde Says

Supply Chain Brain

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde warned that the globalized nature of the euro area’s economy makes it highly vulnerable to systemic shocks from supply chain disruptions

‘Safety stock’ held by UK Manufacturers up by a third to counter supply chain disruptions

Unleashed

In what could be a shift from ‘just-in-time’ to ‘just-in-case’ stock models, analysis of 521 SME manufacturers found that the overall value of stock rose by 34 per cent between 2020 and 2022, while overall domestic demand* dropped 6.8

When Globalization Meets Just-in-Time in the Medical Supply Chain

Supply Chain Brain

Michael Einhorn, chief executive of Dealmed, has been troubled for a good long while about the strategies commonly deployed when it comes to the supply chain for medical supplies

What are the fundamental differences between just-in-time and just-in-case stock control?

EazyStock

For years companies have operated a just-in-time (JIT) supply chain model, only ordering stock items when necessary and carrying minimal inventory to reduce carrying costs. What is just-in-time stock control? Advantages of just in time stock control.

Podcast | Should We Scrap Just-in-Time Supply Chains?

Supply Chain Brain

With the pandemic disrupting global supply chains, should decades of just-in-time and lean manufacturing practice be thrown out the window

Labeling that can Meet Just-in-Time Deadlines in Auto Manufacturing

Loftware

Just-in-time supply chains are demanding and have little room for error. They have become prominent in the auto industry, raising new demands. Automotive Supply Chain Manufacturing

How One Covid Case Upended Toyota’s Just-in-Time Supply Chain

Supply Chain Brain

The snarls that finally toppled one of the world’s best-maintained supply chains have sparked deeper questions about whether the auto industry’s strategies to prioritize efficiency and maintain minimal inventory will endure in the post-pandemic world

A Fulfillment Startup Embraces WMS in the Cloud — Just in Time for COVID-19

Supply Chain Brain

Resurge, a new provider of warehousing and order-fulfillment services, needed a WMS that would allow it to grow quickly — but it couldn’t have anticipated how fast growth would come with the arrival of the pandemic

Are Lean Manufacturing and Just-in-Time Manufacturing the Same?

RFgen

Key Takeaways: Just in Time Manufacturing was designed to improve the manufacturing and the supply chain processes. Just-in-Time (JIT) Manufacturing and Lean Manufacturing are two of the most popular business processes.

The time has come to abandon the just-in-time model

The Supply Chain Journal

There are two things we recommend doing in preparation for that discussion. Teshler: More flexibility required in the automotive supply chain. There are two big and related ideas in Teshler’s post.

Arriving Just in Time – Advanced Transportation Logistics Scheduling

Supply Chain Collaborator

The Value in Orchestrating a Scheduled Transportation Plan”. These three headlines from Transport Topics and Food Shippers of America magazine tell the story of one of the most important challenges facing shippers in North America leading into 2018. Spiking demand puts drivers in, well, the driver’s seat in pay negotiations, adding upward pricing pressure on truckload movements. The module also records time stamped pickup and delivery confirmations.

Auto Makers Hit Brakes on Just-in-Time Manufacturing – The Wall Street Journal.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

I thought you would be interested in the following story from The Wall Street Journal. Auto Makers Hit Brakes on Just-in-Time Manufacturing. Download the Wall Street Journal app here: WSJ. – Bob

Are Lean Manufacturing and Just-in-Time Manufacturing the Same?

RFgen

Key Takeaways: Just in Time Manufacturing was designed to improve the manufacturing and the supply chain processes. Just-in-Time (JIT) Manufacturing and Lean Manufacturing are two of the most popular business processes. Lean manufacturing emphasizes customer desires. Each type is only productive if businesses have transparency into asset performance. A strong tracking solution for materials and assets is the cornerstone to JIT and lean manufacturing.

Supply Chain News on Do not Give Up on Lean, Just in Time Inventory Quite Yet

Supply Chain Digest

Yossi Sheffi of MIT Says Companies May Be Overshooting New Inventory Buffers in the Face of Supply Disruptions

Just-in-time Manufacturing – A Manufacturer’s Guide to Effective Inventory Management

ThroughPut

What is Just-in-time Manufacturing? Just-in-time (JIT) manufacturing is described as a production model in which products and services are produced to meet specific demand and not necessarily created in surplus, in deficit, or in advance of actual need.

Just-in-time Manufacturing ? A Manufacturer?s Guide to Effective Inventory Management

ThroughPut

What is Just-in-time Manufacturing? Just-in-time (JIT) manufacturing is described as a production model in which products and services are produced to meet specific demand and not necessarily created in surplus, in deficit, or in advance of actual need.

Should We Scrap Just-in-Time Supply Chains?

Supply Chain Brain Podcast

With the pandemic disrupting global supply chains, should decades of just-in-time and Lean manufacturing practice be thrown out the window? Read more

Lean 40

Should We Scrap Just-in-Time Supply Chains?

Supply Chain Brain Podcast

With the pandemic disrupting global supply chains, should decades of just-in-time and Lean manufacturing practice be thrown out the window

Lean 40

Can the Internet of Things Help with Just In Time Ordering?

ModusLink Corporation

The Internet of Things (IoT) is everywhere these days and rapidly becoming a reality in our day-to-day lives, whether through connected homes, wearable technology or any of the thousands of applications that have started to pop up. The supply chain is just one area where we are starting to see an impact, as ready access […]. The post Can the Internet of Things Help with Just In Time Ordering?

Just in Time

Tailwind

Just in Time You pick up the load. ’ A supply chain that ensures that businesses get products to the customers when they want them, where they want them, in good conditions…and on timejust in time. The concept of “Justin- Time” logistics is tied to the Total Quality movement that looks at removing any excess waste – materials, time – from a supply chain.

Just in Time: Predictive Lead Time to the Rescue

Demand Solutions

Remember when you didn’t care how long your lead time was, as long as it was consistent? It wouldn’t have been such a bad system, except that lead times are never consistent. So companies like yours began maintaining a safety stock, “just in case.” ” Of course, “just in case” costs you money in the form of larger inventory. Better to go with “just in time.”

Visibility, Analytics & Intelligence: Get full transparency on your supply chain, not just in times of crisis!

SupplyOn

SupplyOn Analytics links internal and external information – thus ensuring visibility and a robust, crisis-proof supply chain Planning, purchasing, logistics and transport management are traditionally separate processes, typically located in different departments. The suppliers operate in their own systems, as does the transport service provider. What, when, in what quantity and at what time is to be delivered usually remains unclear until goods receipt.

Success Stories of Just-in-Time Inventory

Unleashed

Just-in-time (JIT) manufacturing has been revolutionary for manufacturing and inventory management companies around the globe. The JIT approach differs from other inventory systems, where warehouses build up piles of inventory weeks or months in advance, waiting to be used until there is a demand for that product. This nearly-instant inventory delivery means that manufacturers place orders in small batches, very regularly.

Will This COVID-19 Pandemic Change Supply Chains Forever?

Talking Logistics

Guest Commentary Guest Commentary - Transplace Transportation Management business continuity C-suite COVID-19 inventory management just-in-time logistics partnerships TMS Transplace

How the World Wide Web Disrupted Manufacturing

QAD

Disruptive technologies have become the standard in manufacturing, so much so that it’s easy to forget the unprecedented rate of change we’ve all become accustomed to, and that it all began with a single piece of software that changed life as we know it: the World Wide Web (WWW).

Continued Disruption and Added Cost Inflation Reflected in Key Global Transportation and Logistics Indices in March and Q1 2022

Supply Chain Matters

In a prior published commentary, we provided highlights of March and Q1-2022 global production indices along with their implications. March and now Q1-2022 data point to continued disruption, added cost inflation and elongated transit times continuing to be manifested in the months ahead. .