How to Design Internal Logistics Delivery Routes
As organizations take steps toward achieving continuous flow, it’s common for one or more supporting systems to struggle. A typical problem is that material handling and supply processes can’t keep up with the faster pace of one-piece flow. In other words, we need to build a system of internal logistics that enables continuous flow. Learn the steps for building an internal logistics system from creating a Plan for Every Part (PFEP), preparing a parts supermarket, developing delivery routes, designing racks, containers, and conveyance systems, and documenting standard work for logistics.