International manufacturer of industrial motors wanted to obtain competitive advantage by reducing costs and increasing customer satisfaction
We worked with a major manufacturer of industrial electric motors with sites located in UK, France, Poland, India and China. Our client serviced customers ranging from food manufacturers to major oil & gas extractive industries.
Our client wanted to deploy a rigorous continuous improvement programme incorporating both Lean and Six Sigma methodologies in order to improve customer responsiveness, delivery performance and reduce product costs so as to increase competitiveness.
How we helped
We delivered a number of waves of black belt training, coaching and certification to 25 senior managers who were to become full time business improvement specialists across the numerous sites.
As soon as the first wave of black belts were certified, we provided further coaching and support to prepare the practitioners to deliver effective lean kaizen and Six Sigma green belt workshops. We continued to shadow workshop deployments until the business improvement management co-ordination team was ready to internalise the process.
Numerous black and green belt projects were completed resulting in over £2.2 million savings. Projects included:
Reducing paint defects
Reducing aluminium and copper scrap and losses
Reducing die-casting scrap
Reducing the occurrence of credit note issues
Reducing motor failures
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