What is the difference between lean manufacturing and JIT (Just-in-Time) Manufacturing?
Lean Manufacturing: catching the concept of JIT(Just-in-time) and re-examines it from the client point of view. Anything that is made should put something of valuable to the client’s requirement. For example, if you are manufacturing stereo system for a luxury car, you will imagine from the customer point of view like space occupancy, durability, sound quality, medium or loud sound, etc.
JIT (Just-in-Time): This methodology is described to provide that a product or part would arrive just in time to be used. This method saves the price of the unused inventory, and eject the need of piling up inventory.