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1920s Henry Ford 1940 Taiichi Ohno - Toyota
High-volume production Minimal invetories Nothing is produced until it is required Smooth flow of material
Interaction with all departments Large companies requires more time for implementation Small companies – simple structure- less time for implementation
Increasing utilization of machinery Zero investory storage Impovement in quality Closer relationship with suppliers
Supply shock Hidden costs Increasing expenses for suppliers Problems to develope flexible workforce
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