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Japanese manufacturing and management techniques and the US forest products industry

, : Japanese manufacturing and management techniques and the US forest products industry. Forest Products Journal 34(11/12): 13-22

A review of Japanese management methods and industrial engineering techniques, including the concepts of AQL (acceptable quality level), JIT (just-in-time) and TQC (total quality control).

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