Manufacturing and Engineering
A worldwide supplier of power transmission components, drives and conveying equipment wanted to improve its processes in existing and newly acquired businesses so production costs could be reduced and product quality increased
A leading global supplier of compressors and ancillary equipment wanted to transform its business by creating competition, closing poorly performing plants and moving production to the best performing plants
A major manufacturer of industrial AC and DC motors used in a wide variety of applications from food manufacturing to oil and gas extraction wanted to obtain competitive advantage by reducing costs and increasing customer satisfaction
A wind turbine provider was under pressure to maintain market share and reduce costs.
A NYSE listed global leader in specialised markets wanted to implement an improvement strategy to target process yields
Case study 6 – Helping a site services company to improve their already recognised excellent service record using Rapid Improvement Events
Our client wanted to take the next step to Best in Class Service and requested our help to educate key personnel and run specific improvement workshops.
This organisation, one of the first fully integrated steel producers in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia recognised that in their basic industries of iron and steel production, using Lean Sigma improvement techniques gives them an advantage to be able to maintain their influence in this highly competitive industry.
The UK based arm of a Global organisation specialising in the design and manufacture of metal detectors and baggage security scanning equipment wanted to develop their staff from bottom-up in Lean Sigma disciplines