Measuring Manufacturing Capability in SME Segment Using Lean Manufacturing

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Topic- Measuring Manufacturing Capability in SME Segment Using Lean Manufacturing-A case study of electronics & electrical manufacturing industry

The paper had been written by the writer U-2731 and Order No-2494909.For that paper an Abstract of 8 to 10 lines should be included.In works cited page numbers should be mentioned.
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Einar Maeland, “ On the Comparison of Interpolation Methods”, IEEE Transaction on Medical Imaging, Vol 7, No 3, Sept 1998, pp-213-217.

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:  Lean manufacturing is considered as one of the most powerful manufacturing systems globally and this has resulted in several industries or firms attempting to implement or adopt it so as to improve their efficiency. However, little research on lean manufacturing in electronics and electrical industry has been conducted. Lean manufacturing is generally defined as a production practice whereby the expenditure of resources for any goal rather than value creation is considered. In manufacturing industry, improving the value or quality of the end product is one of the goals of manufacturers in order to provide customers with adequate satisfaction. Through this production practice therefore, waste is reduced as customers are satisfied with all the products produced.