New Production Technologies and Traffic
AbstractToday the modern production includes the following principles:liT (Just-in-Time), FMS (Flexible Manufacturing System),EOS (Economies of Scope), R&D (Research and Development),and increasingly present Lean Production.This article ana(vses how the mentioned principles, characteristicfor the production sphere, get integrated in the field oftraffic.
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