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Supermarket -

A Supermarket is inventory used in tandem with Kanbans as a Pull system to stock materials according to demand. The name comes from the type of shelving used in a supermarket where as one bottle of milk is removed from the shelf, another one rolls into place. Anyone viewing the shelf from behind can see exactly what’s been removed by a customer and how much inventory needs to be replaced. Supermarkets are located near the supplying process so process participants can see and respond to customer usage.

Kanbans & Supermarkets Training & Certificate -

Kanbans & Supermarkets Training
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