Panel prices have declined to the point at which direct and indirect labor expenses are now the largest single component of system costs.
What does IDL stand for?
IDL stands for Indirect Labor
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We have 135 other meanings of IDL in our Acronym Attic
- Idle (assembly language directive)
- Idlewild Airport Code (New York International Airport, former Name of JFK Airport)
- Image Display Language
- Immediately Dangerous to Life
- Implement Driveline (machinery)
- Import Drug License (China)
- Indentured Drawing List
- Independent and Distance Learning (various locations)
- Index to Dental Literature
- Infantry Division, Light
- Infectious Diseases Laboratory (various locations)
- Infectious Diseases of Livestock
- Inmate Day Labor
- Inner Dispersal Loop (Oklahoma Department of Transporatation)
- Input Data Line
- Instructional Design and Learning
- Instrument Detection Limit
- Integrated Digital Library
- Intelligent Database Language
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95 Paperback TS178 Drawing from over thirty three years of experience in automobile manufacturing, working up from being an operator to wide ranging consultant activities, Niederstadt outlines the assembly line methods of Lean production as applied to indirect labor.
Time is a valuable resource of the enterprise, and with ERP, it is possible to monitor and reduce wasted indirect labor cost.
Instead, American management was more interested in building a personal empire of an indirect labor workforce and failed to invest in (computerized) machine tools to compete in world markets
FactoryFLOW(R) - Accelerating the optimization of material handling FactoryFLOW is an indirect labor analysis tool that enables engineers to optimize AutoCAD or FactoryCAD plant layouts based on material flow distances, frequency and costs.
Also being shown is Prab's new enclosed mechanical tubular drag conveyor for automating chip handling safely and cleanly while eliminating the need for drums, hoppers, forklifts, and indirect labor.
There are two areas of cost savings that must be taken into account here--direct and indirect labor costs.
For example, the plant manager of a turning plant must be involved in setting the staffing budget for the direct and indirect labor in that plant.