The lean manufacturing approach is quite simple… work on eliminating waste from the manufacturing process. Finding efficiencies and removing waste are not meant to reduce quality, rather find better ways of accomplishing tasks and eliminating steps that don’t add value to the end product while increasing quality.
To find these efficiencies, Lean Learning Center adopts a customer-value focus. Customers want value – they shouldn’t pay for defects, or for the extra cost of having large inventories. In other words, they shouldn’t pay for your waste.
What is waste? Waste is anything that does not add value to the end service or product.
Lean manufacturing has over 30 years of history as an essential component of manufacturing processes. The need to remove waste has streamlined operations, aided inventory issues and facilitated continuous process improvement — each now essential elements of lean manufacturing and other lean initiatives. (Not sure what you are trying to say here?)
We believe every company has an opportunity to improve by using lean manufacturing techniques. These practices enable you to deliver higher quality products at lower costs. Lean manufacturing helps produce products and deliver services:
- Better, faster and cheaper than competitors
- Using as few resources as possible
By eliminating as much waste as possible.
Increase Efficiency with the Lean Learning Center
Lean Learning Center offers lean manufacturing services to help streamline processes company-wide. We will help manage and optimize how materials flow, adding efficiency such and eliminating waste. Skills are sharpened and applied through a method of Learn — Apply — Reflect, which ensures internalization and sustainability of the practice.
Lean Learning Center’s solutions will embed intelligence within your company, improve performance and reduce waste. We are experts in lean manufacturing best practices with knowledge in countless industries.
Improve manufacturing efficiency with Lean Learning Center by:
- Reducing process complexity
- Improving product and service quality
- Cutting business process cycle-times
- Increasing production capacity (without additional capital)
- Embracing new processes
- Identifying the best practice processes
- Eliminating waste