Your joy is your sorrow with mask. And the same well that causes your laughter often populates your tears. Gibran Khalil Gibran aspects generals and some considerations management should never neglect which represents having well established within the company under their charge the culture of quality and productivity, and especially regarding Justo in time (Just in time). It is as it is known, a tool helpful for all kinds of company, since their philosophy is definitely very oriented towards continuous improvement, through efficiency in each one of the elements that constitute the system of company (suppliers, process production, personnel and customers). Philosophy of the just in time is based mainly in waste reduction and of course the quality of products or services through a deep (loyalty) commitment of all and each of the members of the Organization as well as a strong orientation to their tasks (involvement in work), that one or another shape is going to result in greater productivity, lower costs, quality, increased customer satisfaction, increased sales and very probably higher profits. Some applications of the just in time include: reduced inventories, the improvement in quality control, product reliability, taking advantage of staff, among others. Marta Martinez C., involving just in time produce just exactly enough to meet goals requested by the customer, i.e.
producing the minimum number of units at the lowest possible amounts and at the last possible moment, eliminating the need for storage, already reminds us that minimum stocks and sufficient arrive just in time to replenish them just used and the Elimination of finished product inventory. He is considered that excess inventories:-absorbs capital is not necessary and that could invest in a better way – generates higher storage costs – increases the risks of damage and obsolescence – can hide opportunities for operational improvements. He cites Giovanny Gomez, that this methodology arises from weaknesses that have the rating system traditional, delays in the manufacturing process to produce quantities of products in excess of current demand, due to the use of models based on the determination of economic order quantities.