Lean level of buffering (LLB)

Lean level of buffering (LLB),

Definition of Lean level of buffering (LLB):

  1. The smallest amount of buffering on a production line that is adequate to ensure that production demand can be met. The lean level of buffering is determined in order to prevent waste being created through overproduction beyond what is necessary to ensure that required production levels are maintained.

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