JIT (Just-In-Time) inventory control is an approach to inventory control, which stipula
JIT (Just-In-Time) inventory control is an approach to inventory control, which stipulates that materials should arrive just, as they are needed, in the production process. Which of the following would generally not be associated with a successful JIT program, for the purpose of inventory control?
(a) Well-organized receiving and handling of materials purchased from suppliers
(b) Strong management commitment
(c) Suppliers located in diverse and distant locations
(d) High quality of materials purchased from suppliers
(e) Dependable and long-lasting relationships with suppliers and customers.