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Just In Time production method becoming obsolete with supply chain issues (access required)

Just In Time (JIT) is a production method pioneered in the 1930s by Toyota Motor Corporation as a means to reduce overproduction — the time a product spends going through production — and excess inventory. It became highly popular in the United States in the late 1970s.    Unlike just-in-case strategies, companies utilizing JIT order smaller quantities ...
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