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Category: Lean Manufacturing

What is Manufacturing Waste?

Posted in Lean Manufacturing

Waste in manufacturing is defined all activities in production that does not add value to the final product. Waste is very commonly found in the production process, but unfortunately sometimes not realized by the workers in production that they do waste. For that waste in a company needs serious handling, in an organized and sustainable.

Each company has different standards in the categorization and treatment. But in general is the same. Most important is the goal of lean manufacturing is to eliminate waste in production processes.

Lean Manufacturing from the Customer Viewpoint

Posted in Customer Management, and Lean Manufacturing


Lean manufacturing can be defined as the attainment of certain values which refers to the standard products that meet customer qualification. Lean manufacturing is strongly linked to customer satisfaction management. Customer does not want to know about the production process undertaken and with what technology the product was produced. But they will only evaluate the product he purchased in accordance with required specifications.

Customer will not be considering the problems that have produced. For them is a finished product with a high quality specification and low prices is their goal to pay to buy the product. It’s very simple from the viewpoint of the customer.