Construction Inventory Management The Just In Time Method
Construction Inventory Management The Just In Time Method

Construction Inventory Management: The Just In Time Method

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Look at any successful construction company, and you will see tons of efficiencies. Every working body has its purpose; every resource is being maximized and adequately utilized. Which leads us to the question— how does a company get to this point of success? One way to attain this is by adopting a well-understood inventory management strategy — the Just In Time inventory method.

Just In Time inventory or JIT is an inventory system that is becoming more popular for construction companies looking to cut costs, operate more smoothly, and get organized. Ultimately, the main objective of the JIT method is to minimize inventory and maximize efficiency. By intentionally keeping inventory supplies low at all times and ordering items only when needed, you can trim down cost, reduce wasted time, get rid of the unnecessary stress of re-ordering just because.

In today’s blog, we will dive deeper into the concept of the Just In Time method, how it works, its pros and cons, and how this

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