Major features of jit, Managerial Accounting

Major features of JIT

(1) Elimination of non-value added activity:  JIT manufacturing can be described as a philosophy of management, dedicate to the elimination of waste. Waste is stated as anything which does not add value to a product.

(2) Factory Layout: The first stage of implementing the JIT manufacturing techniques is to rearrange the factory floor away from the batch production functional layout towards a production layout using low lines with a functional plant layout production through a No. of special departments that normally contain a group of similar machines.

(3) Batch size of one: Set up time is the amount of time needed to adjust tools and to retool for various product. Long set ups a change over time make the production of batches with a small no. of units too expensive.

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