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7 Wastes and 8 Wastes Posters Banners and Signs

7 Wastes and 8 Wastes Posters Banners and Signs

7 Wastes and 8 Wastes Posters Banners and Signs

 

Fabufacture is proud to offer you a fantastic range of Muda (waste) educational and campaign support products for your business.

All of our Muda products have been professionally designed by a combined team of experienced Lean Consultants, Black Belts, Training Officers and Graphic Designers.

 7 Wastes and 8 Wastes Posters Banners and Signs

Our LARGE signs, enjoy a LARGE audience!

Our products are bought by a varied range of people, across numerous industrial sectors.  We enjoy serving a large range of professionals, including, but not limited to:

  • Team leaders and Supervisors
  • Lean Practitioners and Consultants
  • Green Belt Project Managers and Black Belts
  • Word Class Manufacturing / Lean In house Facilitators

 

Fabufacture’s Uniquely Large Formats – from A3 to 8ft x 2ft and larger!

As well as providing award winning designs, our products are intended for industry and that means will are the only people to provide all of our designs in a very large formats including banners!

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Transportation

Each time a product is moved it stands the risk of being damaged, lost, delayed, etc. as well as being a cost for no added value. Transportation does not make any transformation to the product that the consumer is willing to pay for.

Inventory

Inventory, be it in the form of raw materials, work-in-progress (WIP), or finished goods, represents a capital outlay that has not yet produced an income either by the producer or for the consumer. Any of these three items not being actively processed to add value is waste.

Motion

In contrast to transportation, which refers to damage to products and transaction costs associated with moving them, motion refers to the damage that the production process inflicts on the entity that creates the product, either over time (wear and tear for equipment and repetitive stress injuries for workers) or during discrete events (accidents that damage equipment and/or injure workers).

Waiting

Whenever goods are not in transport or being processed, they are waiting. In traditional processes, a large part of an individual product’s life is spent waiting to be worked on.

Over-processing

Over-processing occurs any time more work is done on a piece than what is required by the customer. This also includes using tools that are more precise, complex, or expensive than absolutely required.

Over-production

Overproduction occurs when more product is produced than is required at that time by your customers. One common practice that leads to this muda is the production of large batches, as often consumer needs change over the long times large batches require. Overproduction is considered the worst muda because it hides and/or generates all the others. Overproduction leads to excess inventory, which then requires the expenditure of resources on storage space and preservation, activities that do not benefit the customer.

Defects

Whenever defects occur, extra costs are incurred reworking the part, rescheduling production, etc. This results in labour costs, more time in the “Work-in-progress”. Defects in practice can sometimes double the cost of one single product. This should not be passed on to the consumer and should be taken as a loss.

7 Wastes and 8 Wastes Posters Banners and Signs

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