Meantime, Army Lieutenant Commander Brigadier General Mohammad Hossein Dadras announced early September that Kosar had gone on line for mass-production
Consolidation of mass-production
development functions for electronic components
Many development divisions of manufacturers with mass-production
plating lines would have previously contracted out the plating solution experimentation work to equipment manufacturers and others for evaluation, but purchasing a RAD-Plater and conducting experiments in-house now enables a considerable reduction in development lead times.
- All-new HR-V (planned mass-production
model with specifications customized for the Brazilian market):
said Monday it will start mass-production
of lithium-ion batteries by fiscal 2009 with initial annual output capacity of 13,000 units as part of efforts to catch up with rival automakers in developing eco-friendly vehicles such as gasoline-electric hybrid cars.
The last time Honda set up a domestic mass-production
plant was in 1976 in Kumamoto Prefecture.
The two companies plan to invest billions of pounds to develop mass-production
technology by spring 2005.
Nippon Mitsubishi says the plan enables the firm to establish an optimum mass-production
system which can readily meet market demand.
As in Sabel's earlier book with Michael Piore, The Second Industrial Divide, such a one-sided view of mass production ignores how the mass-production
corporation in the United States built social organizations of "managerial" personnel to develop as well as utilize productive resources.
Agility-based competition and the mass-production
system are like two different games, each with its own rules and strategies for winning.
It is particularly suitable as a low-cost, mass-production
approach for producing aluminum composite liners in aluminum engine blocks, piston ring groove reinforcement and dual-alloy aluminum castings.