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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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Job shops are an important part in the world of manufacturing.
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The Job Shop centre in Hertford Street was formally launched yesterday, the day when the government announced its new National Careers Service.
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Just as in a high production facility, job shops should have a gatekeeper at the exit of the blast that inspects each casting and sends only viable parts to the next man in the processing chain.
NHS Job Shops also enable visitors to find out about the benefits of joining the world's third largest employer, such as flexible working, and all the support and training available to help them in their career.
The Job Shops will provide advice on the 359 different professions available in the NHS, and will also highlight the benefits of working for the NHS, including flexible working.
The Job Shops 2004 campaign is designed to allow NHS organisations to focus on local and regional vacancies.
Industrial World Wide Web site serves as Web-based marketplace that connects job shops with companies purchasing custom manufacturing services.
By mastering the available technology and using sophisticated computerized equipment, these new CNC job shops can lower your costs, increase your capacity, reduce your inventory, and raise your product quality.
There has been no work presented on issues and challenges in implementing JIT manufacturing in small job shops.