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8 Forms of Waste in Lean Manufacturing

 
 
 

Company: Synchrono
Tag: Lean Manufacturing
Kanban


At the heart of lean manufacturing is one very simple principle: remove as much waste as possible from your processes.

Lean practitioners have identified 8 forms of waste that occur in manufacturing. And while there are many ways to eliminate these 8 forms of waste, when comparing the level of effort to potential return, implementing eKanban is one of the most attractive lean initiatives there is. Download 8 Forms of Waste to learn how SyncKanban eKanban software addresses each form of waste.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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