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White Paper - How DDMRP Compares to Standard Lean Manufacturing Practices

Most discrete manufacturing organizations rely on a bill of material (BOM) to understand demand for component parts and materials required to manufacture products and satisfy orders or projected demand. Demand-driven materials requirements planning (DDMRP), however, is a planning method that does not really use a bill of materials explosion to determine how you plan the part.

But what other elements of lean manufacturing can you do with DDMRP?

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