Lean: More Gains, Less Capital Expenditure
Lean is a management philosophy with a track record of proven results, which seeks out to continuasly eliminate waste, spend less resources, increase efficiency, delivery added value to the customer (from its perspective) in less time and that brings more competitiveness to your company.
With its origins in the automotive industry, Lean is nowadays a standard of sucess in a variety of companies ranging such diverse business areas such as healthcare, FMCG and consulting firms.
Companies that have adopted Lean principles have managed to reduce their operational costs, improve quality and, in many cases, achieve a worldwide market leadership.
Maximum value delivery to the customer;
The least resource comsumption;
Continuous waste elimination;
Doing more with less;
Shorter lead time;
Lean Management focus on making the most of waht is already available, avoiding capital expenditures e achieving more with less or the same. How?
Involving the workforce;
Making the most of the latent know-how;
Listening to the customer;
Mapping the stream value;
Finding the source of problems and solving them;
Living by continuous improvement.
Lead time reduction up to 80%;
Inventory reduction up to 50%;
Productivity increase up to 30%;
Operational costs reduction up to 30%;
Shopfloor an storage space reduction up to 50%;
Increase in machine uptime up to 40%;
Work in progress reduction;
Increased stock turnover;
Increased customer level of service;
Greater financial and economic gains;