NEC Corp. has boosted per-worker output of personal computers almost sixfold in the three years since it introduced Toyota Motor Corp.’s production style, company officials have said.

By introducing Toyota’s just-in-time manufacturing style, NEC increased PC production to 50 units per worker per day in the April-September period, compared with nine per day in the business year that ended March 31, 2001, the officials said.

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