Manufacturers need to make more and would think “I need more capital, workers, or overtime to make this amount of product.” Or “We have outgrown our space, but it would disrupt our business to move.”
What is something someone might say that would lead me to think of you?
- “It takes 6 months or more to get new people up to speed.”
- “We have constant turnover and can’t keep people.”
- “we lose customers when we ship defects.”
What (Specifically) do they do?
Show manufacturers how to improve their manufacturing methodology in a permanent way. Benefits they receive is higher productivity, higher quality, less scrap, lower cost, lower labor as a percentage of total costs, less warranty, fewer customer complaints.
How do they do it?
By observing the process and talking with the leaders and people who work there, and comparing these processes to processes utilized by world class manufacturers. Utilizing best practices cuts through the experimentation and waste which occurs with “homemade” trial and error methods of improvement.
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