Just in Time (JIT) Schedule

Just In Time (JIT) Schedule

Prior to this article, Effective Machinery Assignment has been discussed. Now, we’ll talk about the value of the JIT or Just in Time Schedule. Also, we would try to briefly discuss the necessity of using a JIT production schedule that considers the Finite Capacity Scheduling Software.

JIT is generally known as a production strategy that strives to enhance the earnings of a business by reducing in-process inventory and associated carrying costs. If done right, JIT can focus on continuous improvement and can develop a manufacturing organization’s return on investment, quality, and efficiency. To achieve this, however, continuous improvement key areas of focus could be flow, employee involvement and quality. These facts are according to a study of theToyota Production System, Shigeo Shingo, Productivity Press, 1989, p 187.

This method basically tries to, as the name suggests, bring prospective production items “just-in-time” when the production takes place. So, it has the potential to lower operation and item maintenance costs by reducing the storage time needed or, in better cases, taking away the need for storage.

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Scheduler Diagram 4 JIT production schedule: The sales production item (JIT item) production schedule. The three orders are assigned so that each of them finishes precisely on their respective specified due dates to become a JIT schedule.

Reducing the costs of operations and maximizing profit is always of great importance to businesses in general. Usually among companies, regular prospective production schedules are necessary. They would need to incorporate the JIT to their production scheduling methods. However, many find themselves cumbered by the troublesome and sometimes confusing JIT production Scheduling style.

Fortunately for those who stumbled upon this article, we would like to give you a positive outlook on JIT and teach you how to say goodbye to the confusion and trouble that JIT scheduling gives you. Truthfully, the problem can be solved by incorporating Backward Scheduling as well as Forward Scheduling.

It’s pretty easy to come up with a good and reliable JIT production schedule where you can mix backward scheduling (JIT) and forward scheduling with the help of a production scheduling software (you can download and test this software for free).

For a more visual and comprehensive read about forward and backward scheduling, click here.

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