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Step 1: Identify bottlenecks
I believe from the shareholder call, Tesla has identified another potential chokepoint coming up. The parts logistics dance at Fremont. Apparently it's a massive software driven system, and when you turn up the pressure on software systems in production environments things can shake out that escape testing.I believe they've identified transport of batteries from GF to Fremont as an upcoming big bottleneck. There's probably more low-hanging fruit they can work on in the meantime.
Contracting additional trucks would take a day or two at most. There are literally thousands of trucking companies that could do that run. Nothing fancy about moving batteries stacked on a pallet.I believe they've identified transport of batteries from GF to Fremont as an upcoming big bottleneck. There's probably more low-hanging fruit they can work on in the meantime.
Believe that is what the News feeds picked up and ran with.
It was a joke to take off some steam from the people piling on with some recent incidences.
Probably fake news.
About a year ago, I asked Doug to manage both engineering & production. He agreed that Tesla needed eng & prod better aligned, so we don’t design cars that are crazy hard to build. Right now, tho, better to divide & conquer, so I’m back to sleeping at factory. Car biz is hell …