Operational Excellence & Continuous Improvement

While there are many terms – Lean, Six-Sigma, DMAIC, Value Stream, Kaizen, 5-S, JIT, Waste, Takt Time, Process Improvement, Continuous Improvement, Value Stream, Problem Solving – these are simply tools that, when properly deployed, will improve the efficiency of a manufacturing operation and develop a foundation of Culture Change and Operational Improvement. This change focuses on eliminating waste, variability, and inflexibility in the pursuit of perfection. The ultimate result is reduced manufacturing costs, a sustainable competitive advantage, improved customer satisfaction, and smoother process flows. The challenge is knowing how to use the tools, when to use them, and in what situation.

Lean IS NOT a “slash and burn” philosophy. Its methods, when used properly and regularly, can get the most out of your processes and people, resulting in excellence. The process is not simple or fast because it builds upon itself as time goes on. But the Lean Journey will result in measureable and sustainable improvements for your organization. PolymerOhio Manufacturing Services has the tools and expertise to assist you in deploying these methods and developing the right culture.

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Operational Excellence Overview

Our mission is to increase your profits. Learn how we can do it.

5S Workplace Organization

Accelerate production flow while achieving a cleaner, safer & more organized workplace.

ISO-9001:2015 Quality Standard

All current ISO 9001:2008 certified organizations must upgrade by September 2018.

 

Lean Manufacturing Overview

Produce more products in less time at lower costs.

Set-up Reduction/Quick Changeover

Reduce set-up time to increase manufacturing flexibility and improve production flow.

Six Sigma: Improve Processes & Solve Problems

Reduce scrap, improve quality and gain better control over processes and systems.

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