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Strategies for Improving Labor Productivity Reduced Labor Requirements –Rationalize PM frequencies –Outsource –Planning and Scheduling Improved Utilization –Planning and Scheduling –Priority System Reduced Over-time –Planning and Scheduling –Backlog Management
Savings Through Materials Management Reduced Obsolescence Reduced Inventory Levels Better Pricing Reduced Inventory Adjustments
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