The automotive industry was one of the first to implement the “just-in-time” approach on a massive scale. Such an approach required a very effective ordering of goods as well as monitoring of deliveries, and The consequence of such actions was a significant reduction in production costs. Missing components, in transit to an assembly line, cause stoppages in production which result in high financial losses in the form of contractual penalties. The onus is on the supplier to prove that he is not at fault himself, in order to have the complaint annulled. One of the methods used in the Production Plant under discussion is video monitoring of the order-picking process. The idea itself and its implementation were discussed with a rationalisation team, under ISO/TS 16949: 2009. The authors of the project were employees directly involved in the process The goal was quite relevant to them since these same employees, were getting internal complaints for deficiencies in their collective packaging; this was then being reflected in the size of their bonuses Such a visual demonstration of accuracy in completing the process resulted in the withdrawal of complaints, leading to the elimination of the financial losses which had been occasioned by production line stoppages. The study period covers a period of 5 years, from January 2010 to December 2015. Analysis of the data collected allowed conclusions to be arrived at, regarding fairness and the measurable benefits to be had when using this method.