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Lean Time and Lead Time
B.V.B.RAMPRASAD, TEACHING, India, Member
What is lean time? Are lead time and lean time the same or different?
 

 
Lean Time versus Lean Time
Shahid Mahmood Ch., Manager, Pakistan, Member
Lead Time is the total plan time required to deliver or redeliver stores i.e. the time taken from "ask/indent" to the delivery note at the gate of the indentor.
Now that this is clear, it's more easy to understand lean time...
Lean Time is the minimum possible time (cutting down lead time) required to deliver the goods, it's always in discussion for all the bottle neck items. If you need more explanation plese let me know.
 

 
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