JPH

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AcronymDefinition
JPHJournal of Policy History
JPHJabatan Perkhidmatan Haiwan (Malay: Department of Veterinary Services)
JPHJournal of Pacific History
JPHJournal of Planning History (publication)
JPHJobs Per Hour
JPHJournal of Practical Hygiene (Montage Media)
JPHJeunesse Patriotique Hutu (French: Hutu Patriotic Youth; political group; Burundi)
JPHJet Provost Handling (Royal Air Force; Cranwell, Lincolnshire, UK)
JPHJust Plane History (educational service)
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During the fifth experiment, the job intensity was increased from 10 to 70 jobs per hour and efficiency of the resource search method, which has been described, in comparison with the standard method, was observed.
The value of the parameter [bar.[TTD.sup.[SIGMA]] was recorded as the intensity of job sending (10; 20; 30; 40; 50; 60 and 70 jobs per hour) has been changed.
After installation of the pneumatic tools recordable injuries dropped to zero and jobs per hour increased 10%.
Now while you might think to yourself that a typical auto plant might run 60 jobs per hour and that the 1,212 vehicles could be handled within three eight-hour days, note well that at Goodwood things are done a bit differently.
Plant completed 1968 Floor space (sq.ft.): Assembly 1.2 million Stamping 202,000 Engine plant 173,000 Transmissions 66,000 Products PT Cruiser (1) Sebring convertible Cirrus/Stratus 1999 annual production 92,870 Total employees 3,400 Hourly employees 3,200 Assembly line rate 672/day, two shifts PT Cruiser JPH 40 PT Cruiser capacity 180,000 (1) Plant will assemble PTs exclusively beginning in July 2000 JPH = Jobs per hour Getting Even Leaner
The cars are being produced at 100 jobs per hour. Unquestionably, uptime is essential.
It was originally designed to process 17 jobs per hour, but customer demand outstripped capacity driving Smyrna's engineers to shoehorn in sealer robots and automated conveyors that brought the jobs per hour rate up to 25.
But Karr says that with demands for high hourly throughput (e.g., 50 jobs per hour), the tracking line is the most efficient, especially when the tremendous cost of paint booths are taken into account.