Johnson Controls Automotive Systems Group: The Georgetown Kentucky Plant Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Until the 1980s, the automaker purchased individual components seat and build a place with their automated assembly lines. This case describes how Johnson Controls, Automotive Group Systems, blossomed when automakers turned to outsourcing package seats. The case is closely examines a plant in Georgetown, Kentucky, which went from just-In-Time (JIT) delivery kits for the assembly seat assemblies to serve alongside Toyota Camry assembly operations. Provides for the fight against the growing change of place and the possibility of doubling the shop space in a separate site. Specific question if the plant is to use this new space. "Hide
by Kazuhiro Mishina Source: Harvard Business School 23 pages. Publication Date: March 26, 1993. Prod. #: 693086-PDF-ENG

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