JBS has a beef with inefficiency

09/24/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Meatpacking company JBS makes its money by bringing ruthless efficiency to "disassembly" lines where workers manually strip meat from beef carcasses. Robots can't compete with humans when it comes to butchering animals, so good management and training are where JBS aims to get an edge. "We don't dream to be big. We dream to be efficient," says Joesley Batista, who runs the company with his brother.

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