Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:01 AM in
Just in time

Fits perfectly my life. At the moment I am involved in a huge project with the ultimate goal of building plant in Estonia. One of the most challenging part of our work is to have all the needed material and equipment just in time, on the site.

Just in time? The theory says that this is a strategy for inventory management in which raw materials and components are delivered from the vendor or supplier immediately before they are needed in the manufacturing process.

Well guess what? We might have ordered in time, we might have triggered the purchasing in time, but the art is to get all of the items when they are needed.

My day to day battle. But you know what? I'm never bored :)



You always have such an upbeat attitude, Claudia, even with a big project like this. That is terrific.

Thank you Belle! I believe that an optimist has one good chance to win the battle :)

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