Radha Kishan Sharma
2. Principal of lean manufacturing
3. Elimination of wastes
4. 5S workplace organization
7. Who Uses Lean Manufacturing?
Lean manufacturing is a Japanese approach to
Performance-based process which maximizing
customer value while minimizing waste.
Achieving manufacturing excellence through
the creation of more value with fewer
PRINCIPAL OF LEAN MANUFACTURING
ELIMINATION OF WASTES
Inventories and queues.
Fixing defects and
5S WORKPLACE ORGANIZATION
A series of activities for eliminating wastes that
contribute to errors, defects, and injuries.
Problem :Tools difficult to identity and search time
Present Methodology Proposed
More Search Time
More Travel Time
Tools difficult to identity
Less Visual Control
Reduced Search Time.
Reduced Travel Time.
Tools easy to identity
Better Visual Control
It significantly improve overall productivity
It increase market share
It improve speed-to-market with new products
It reduce manufacturing and engineering labor
costs & time
It eliminate non-value-added operations and
Continuous improvement processes
WHO USES LEAN MANUFACTURING?
Lean manufacturing processes are being used
predominantly in the automotive industry and also in other
Toyota Motor Company, considered the leader in lean
manufacturing techniques, started using the techniques
during the 1950s and 1960s
Lifescan, Inc. a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson --
Many companies have implemented lean
manufacturing techniques to create more
Through the elimination of waste and the
creation of flow through the various processes,
companies are able to eliminate costly scrap
and rework while contributing to their bottom