Job Shop


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Job Shop

1. A small-to-medium manufacturing company that primarily provides custom and semi-custom work for businesses. A job shop contrasts with a manufacturing firm that makes large volumes of the same product on a constant basis.

2. See: Job center.
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In the long run, pull through production is possible if the small job shop manufacturer can introduce GT based on product volumes.
The Hertford Street centre is one of 150 Job Shop venues across the region, with sites at 63 Job Centres, 20 further education colleges and training providers, 50 community venues and 12 libraries, including a Job Shop station at Coventry's Central Library in Smithford Way.
NHS Job Shop day enabled visitors to find out about the benefits of joining the world's third largest employer, including flexible working, and all the support and training that's available to help them make the best of their talents throughout their career.
This study utilized a more complex job shop with four machine centers and three types of jobs that had different processing sequences.
HELPING HAND: The council's Job Shop in The Precinct
To most Americans, including some job shop suppliers, the world of the smaller supplier to the "big boys" is a world of low-tech bottom feeders.
The service will be launched in September via the Astra satellite, when TV Job Shop will be available to BSkyB's 3.
com service to help manufacturers find job shops capable of meeting their upcoming production requirements and to help job shops find manufacturers that have outstanding bids.
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The same is true for the job shop where the high ground may be high-precision jobs.
Job Shop will provide a full range of workplace services and information for both organizations seeking talent and potential candidates looking for career management resources and job opportunities.