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Carrying of Unnecessary Articles

Posted in Concept, Manufacturing Waste, and Production Control

It should work in accordance with existing procedures; the goods are moved or transported on existing work instructions at each work location. However, in certain circumstances there may be events outside of normal circumstances, the goods that are not needed must also be taken, whether conscious or no. For that to be seen the flow of these goods in order to capture and expenditure of the warehouse store in accordance with the schedule and procedures are working.

The possibility of carrying unnecessary articles caused by some factors:
1. Production is too dense. In these circumstances all the operator needs super-fast movement to offset solid production. In that capacity maximum production machine will be run with full formation, so that the materials must be provided quickly to compensate for engine speed.

Identification of “Carrying wastage”

Posted in Lean Manufacturing, and Manufacturing Waste

Plant efficiency problems are complex and not as though there will be endless, if we trace in detail the activities of manufacturing has a side that charges against the company’s costs but if we are observant then all forms of corporate expenses due to production activity can be minimized gradually.

So it is with carrying wastage, without realizing it also affects the timely delivery of time (Just-In-Time-JIT), which ultimately also affect the high production cost. Many activities are carried out everyday which is a waste. Starting from shipping, store activity, production and other activity. All these activities are mostly wasted in the sense that if it changed its management will be able to reduce the waste that exists. Activities move goods from one place to another does require special handling and standardization are clear. If there are accumulated a lot of moving goods and even thousands of activities conducted by the workers and of course thousands of kilometers of distance covered after moving goods from one place elsewhere. If you can cut off half of it then the savings can be achieved in large numbers.