Mixed Model Lines
The Mixed Model Line allows different products to be assembled on one common assembly line. For example, to not have two different assembly lines for sport cars and another one for minivans. A Mixed Model Line allows batch sizes of 1. That means to produce 1 sport car before producing 1 minivan and so on. That flexibility will result in a maximum capacity usage of that line and allows your production to work according to a very lean process and supply chain.
Why do you must have Mixed Model Lines?
How do you implement a Mixed Model Line?