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Acta of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent

Abstract

This paper focuses on the existing literatures of World Class Manufacturing (WCM) that classifies all available research papers. In this work is defined a review that covers most of the currently available literatures that describes WCM pillars, its implementation models, missions, main tools and key factors. A taxonomy is developed through reviews.

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