UK: MANY ROADS TO EXCELLENCE.

UK: MANY ROADS TO EXCELLENCE. - In the search for manufacturing excellence the judges found an unexpected diversity of approach among the finalists in this year's Best Factory Awards.

by Colin New and Malcolm Wheatley.

In the search for manufacturing excellence the judges found an unexpected diversity of approach among the finalists in this year's Best Factory Awards.

Winners of the 1996 Best Factory Awards present something of a contrast to those of earlier years. Previous recipients have often been enthusiastic exponents of techniques such as cellular manufacturing, continuous improvement and just-in-time materials replenishment. Although this year's winners are not a jot less committed to manufacturing excellence, they certainly demonstrate rather greater diversity in their manner of seeking it.

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