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This production control system was established based on many years of continuous improvements, with the objective of making the vehicles ordered by customers in the quickest and most efficient way, in order to deliver the vehicles as swiftly as possible. The Toyota Production System TPS was established based on two concepts: "jidoka" which can be loosely translated as "automation with a human touch" , as when a problem occurs, the equipment stops immediately, preventing defective products from being produced; and the "Just-in-Time" concept, in which each process produces only what is needed for the next process in a continuous flow. Based on the basic philosophies of jidoka and Just-in-Time, TPS can efficiently and quickly produce vehicles of sound quality, one at a time, that fully satisfy customer requirements. TPS and its approach to cost reduction are the wellsprings of competitive strength and unique advantages for Toyota.

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This production control system was established based on many years of continuous improvements, with the objective of making the vehicles ordered by customers in the quickest and most efficient way, in order to deliver the vehicles as swiftly as possible. The Toyota Production System TPS was established based on two concepts: "jidoka" which can be loosely translated as "automation with a human touch" , as when a problem occurs, the equipment stops immediately, preventing defective products from being produced; and the "Just-in-Time" concept, in which each process produces only what is needed for the next process in a continuous flow.

Based on the basic philosophies of jidoka and Just-in-Time, TPS can efficiently and quickly produce vehicles of sound quality, one at a time, that fully satisfy customer requirements. TPS and its approach to cost reduction are the wellsprings of competitive strength and unique advantages for Toyota. We will use these initiatives and develop our human resources to make ever-better cars that will be cherished by customers.

The TPS concept For Toyota, jidoka means that a machine must come to a safe stop whenever an abnormality occurs. Achieving jidoka, therefore, requires building and improving systems by hand until they are reliable and safe.

First, human engineers meticulously build each new line component by hand to exacting standards, then, through incremental kaizen continuous improvement , steadily simplify its operations. Only then is the jidoka mechanism incorporated into actual production lines. Through the repetition of this process, machinery becomes simpler and less expensive, while maintenance becomes less time consuming and less costly, enabling the creation of simple, slim, flexible lines that are adaptable to fluctuations in production volume.

The work done by hand in this process is the bedrock of engineering skill. Machines and robots do not think for themselves or evolve on their own. Rather, they evolve as we transfer our skills and craftsmanship to them.

In other words, craftsmanship is achieved by learning the basic principles of manufacturing through manual work, then applying them on the factory floor to steadily make improvements. Advancing jidoka in this way helps to reinforce both our manufacturing competitiveness and human resource development. Human wisdom and ingenuity are indispensable to delivering ever-better cars to customers. Going forward, we will maintain our steadfast dedication to constantly developing human resources who can think independently and implement kaizen.

In order to fulfill an order from a customer as quickly as possible, the vehicle is efficiently built within the shortest possible period of time by adhering to the following: When a vehicle order is received, production instructions must be issued to the beginning of the vehicle production line as soon as possible. The assembly line must be stocked with the required number of all necessary parts so that any kind of ordered vehicle can be assembled.

The assembly line must replace the parts used by retrieving the same number of parts from the parts-producing process the preceding process. The preceding process must be stocked with small numbers of all types of parts and produce only the numbers of parts that were retrieved by an operator from the next process. TPS has evolved through many years of trial and error to improve efficiency based on the Just-in-Time concept developed by Kiichiro Toyoda, the founder and second president of Toyota Motor Corporation.

Waste can manifest as excess inventory, extraneous processing steps, and defective products, among other instances. All these "waste" elements intertwine with each other to create more waste, eventually impacting the management of the corporation itself. The automatic loom invented by Sakichi Toyoda not only automated work that used to be performed manually, but also built the capability to make judgments into the machine itself. By eliminating both defective products and the associated wasteful practices, Sakichi succeeded in rapidly improving both productivity and work efficiency.

Kiichiro Toyoda, who inherited this philosophy, set out to realize his belief that "the ideal conditions for making things are created when machines, facilities, and people work together to add value without generating any waste. The result was the Just-in-Time method. Even today, all Toyota production divisions are making improvements to TPS day-and-night to ensure its continued evolution. The Toyota spirit of monozukuri making things is today referred to as the "Toyota Way.

Taiichi Ohno With strong backing from Eiji Toyoda, Taiichi Ohno helped establish the Toyota Production System, and built the foundation for the Toyota spirit of "making things" by, for example, creating the basic framework for the Just-in-Time method.

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Over the last decade alone, the company produced a million parts by this innovative method. More Information Technology supports people. Innovative automation and state-of-the-art assistance systems offer great potential for workstations. As a result, it will be possible to further reduce ergonomically unfavourable and strenuous tasks, giving workers an opportunity to apply their unique cognitive skills to the best effect. Focusing on production: our mission. Its production system is characterised by unparalleled flexibility, a high level of efficiency and robust processes, enabling the company to respond quickly to market changes and regional sales fluctuations.

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The Toyota Kata approach, with mentors and mentees applying coaching and improving behavior routines respectively, continuously increases the problem solving abilities of the mentees. This supports the Lean goal of all people helping to improve every day. Industrie 4. We call this the subsidiary system.

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