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Die U.S. Air Force hat vor einigen Tagen auf ihrer eigenen Internet-Präsenz folgendes veröffentlicht:
“We developed a team to institute the Theory of Constraints on several flight lines across the service in an effort to enhance our maintenance processes,” said Brig. Gen. Linda Hurry, director of logistics, deputy chief of staff for logistics, engineering and force protection. “In just six months we were already seeing results at Fairchild, Ellsworth and Shaw Air Force Bases.”
“You improve flow by removing unnecessary maintenance multitasking and by preparing through full kitting to begin work on maintenance,” Hurry said. “This will reduce the number of aircraft in a ‘work-in-progress’ status and ultimately our broke-to-fixed aircraft timeline.”
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