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Is Just In Time Coming to an End in the Commercial Vehicle Industry?

Is Just In Time Coming to an End in the Commercial Vehicle Industry? GUEST C OMMENTARY Matthias Friese Managing Partner at XPress Ventures Fiege Logistik Stiftung & Co. KG in Berlin Is Just In Time Coming to an End in the Commercial Vehicle Industry? The increase of 36.9 % in commercial vehicles registered in the of many, there is every indication that it is a real turning point. EU in first half year 2021 compared to the previous year signals Whether it’s the climate crisis, the next territorial conflict or a recovery in the commercial vehicle sector. However, depleting the umpteenth Covid-19 variant – the VUCA (Volatility, Uncer- inventories are threatening this upturn: According to an ifo tainty, Complexity, Ambiguity; model from management theory survey, 83.4 % of the German automotive industry is currently to describe the modern world) world has finally caught up suffering from a chip shortage. Have we gone too far with the with us. idea of Just In Time (JIT)? Now more than ever companies need to reevaluate depen- JIT was pioneered by Taiichi Ōno at the Japanese car manu- dencies in supply chains – where does an entire chain hang th facturer Toyota in the middle of the 20 century. With the idea on a link that can http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ATZoffhighway worldwide Springer Journals

Is Just In Time Coming to an End in the Commercial Vehicle Industry?

ATZoffhighway worldwide , Volume 14 (4) – Nov 1, 2021

Is Just In Time Coming to an End in the Commercial Vehicle Industry?

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GUEST C OMMENTARY Matthias Friese Managing Partner at XPress Ventures Fiege Logistik Stiftung & Co. KG in Berlin Is Just In Time Coming to an End in the Commercial Vehicle Industry? The increase of 36.9 % in commercial vehicles registered in the of many, there is every indication that it is a real turning point. EU in first half year 2021 compared to the previous year signals Whether it’s the climate crisis, the next territorial conflict or a recovery in the commercial vehicle...
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GUEST C OMMENTARY Matthias Friese Managing Partner at XPress Ventures Fiege Logistik Stiftung & Co. KG in Berlin Is Just In Time Coming to an End in the Commercial Vehicle Industry? The increase of 36.9 % in commercial vehicles registered in the of many, there is every indication that it is a real turning point. EU in first half year 2021 compared to the previous year signals Whether it’s the climate crisis, the next territorial conflict or a recovery in the commercial vehicle sector. However, depleting the umpteenth Covid-19 variant – the VUCA (Volatility, Uncer- inventories are threatening this upturn: According to an ifo tainty, Complexity, Ambiguity; model from management theory survey, 83.4 % of the German automotive industry is currently to describe the modern world) world has finally caught up suffering from a chip shortage. Have we gone too far with the with us. idea of Just In Time (JIT)? Now more than ever companies need to reevaluate depen- JIT was pioneered by Taiichi Ōno at the Japanese car manu- dencies in supply chains – where does an entire chain hang th facturer Toyota in the middle of the 20 century. With the idea on a link that can

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Published: Nov 1, 2021

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