Here you find the milestones and successes our clients have achieved with our help, and the insights we have gained by working with them.
If you are managing a factory, a technology center, a service organization, or a functional improvement team, and you are facing excessive defects, delays, costs,
Only 30% Initiatives Succeed, 70% Fail: Most organizational change efforts cost more and take longer than leaders and managers anticipate; two of three transformations fail. On
Trioplast, one of Europe’s leading manufacturer of polyethylene film for cost-effective packaging solutions embarked on a systematic Lean rollout in 2018 to transform its operations.
Why do problems repeat? Because we haven’t eliminated their causes! And to understand those causes, we need more than the 5-why analysis; we need logic-trees!
In times of e-workflow, real-time information, remote teams, and AI-supported decision-making, do we still need to go to the floor to see what is happening?
Starting is Easy… Initiating an improvement program seems straightforward, just define the problem, create a plan, assign people, set dates, and watch the metrics move.
+25% Output, -50% Losses, at 44% Absenteeism: Despite the global pandemic and mandatory lockdown, the French operations team harnessed scarce resources and delivered breakthrough results.
Gemba walk during Lean audit confirms measurable improvements across all business-critical dimensions, such as employee engagement, structural stability, sorting quality, equipment reliability, and operational productivity.
Building problem-solving skills to systematically identify cause-effect relationships and effectively eliminate underlying root causes. By doing so, costly product and process failures are being prevented.
Over 30 managers joined the summit in Copenhagen to systematically improve performance and sustainability of Trioplast’s production of industrial, hygiene, stretch film, and carrier bags.
Factory Maturity Assessment (FMA) for a major Korean Automotive supplier to baseline the current state and develop the transformation roadmap to become a Digital Factory end-to-end.
The Danish manufacturer of foundry equipment reached Silver level, improving schedule-adherence from 33% to 82%, cutting rework and overtime by 50%, increasing productivity by 20%.
With focus on warehouse and back-office operations, 614 champions completed their Lean projects, improving response time to customers and on-time-in-full (OTIF) delivery performance to vessels.
Performance Improvement Program (PIP) was kicked-off by Wrist Ship Supply with an initial training of the leadership team in Aalborg, Denmark to build critical skills.
Milestone achieved after a 4-year Lean journey, the operations team in Johannesburg proudly presents its ‘Silver‘ award for achieving level-3 on the Lean benchmarking scale.
Trainees at all levels of the organization learned how to effectively reduce waste, variability, and inflexibility (3 losses), while getting certified as Lean Yellow Belts.
Removing causes to prevent repeat problems is a foundational skill for key people, such as managers, supervisors and specialists to systematically improve right-first-time (RFT) rate.
Two flavor factories received Silver-awards for scoring 3.0 points on the Lean Manufacturing benchmarking scale, while better delivering liquids and powders to the food industry.
Lean Transformation Program (LTP) allowed NG’s metal sorting plant reduce throughput time by 80%, inventory by 25%, and double-handing by 80% in just 1.8 years.
Lean Transformation Program (LTP) for industrial waste processing sites in Knarrevik and Mongstad to establish flow, processing batches faster and more efficient than ever before.