Lean Manufacturing/Enterprise

One of the most efficient ways to increase profit margins in your organization is by reducing process waste. This increase of margins can be achieved through the QSE (Quality Systems Enhancement) tools which serve as a guide to help you implement the Lean Tool application concepts and practices in your working environment. By correctly implementing these tools, it will help in reducing waste of time and resources. The main focus of process is on: Decreasing waste, increasing efficiency and using practical methods to decide what matters rather than using ineffective methods already in use. Our set of tools are geared towards identifying and progressively doing away with waste which improves quality. Lean is a method of making the flow better or reducing work and as a result, maintaining a consistent elimination through the system. Its primary focus is on coordination by getting the rights things, at the right place, in the right quantity, to obtain a smooth running workflow while minimizing waste. While at the same time, the process is flexible and easily able to make changes.

Benefits of Lean Tool Application:

  • Reduce the overall “Quotation to Cash” time
  • Identification of areas for “error proofing”
  • Increase efficiency while reducing waste and cost
  • Remove unnecessary tasks
  • Increased Output
  • Lower levels of inventory
  • Fewer Machine and Process Breakdowns

Who should Pursue?

  •  Companies that would want to get rid of wastes in their labour, defects, unnecessary human motion, inventory, transportation, overproduction and space.
  •  Companies that want to improve or boost their employee morale should pursue Lean Manufacturing methodology.
  •  Companies or businesses that seek to acquire an enhanced overall manufacturing flexibility.
  •  Businesses or companies that intend to reduce their inventory by producing only what is needed in their next operation.
  •  Companies that want to ensure that in their production there is improved quality and fewer defects.

Business Impact

  •  Creation of a safer working environment.
  •  Motivation of employees, which in turn enhances better production.
  •  Ensuring of an inventory reduction

Our approach

QSE adopts a “Ten Step Approach” to Implementation. This approach, designed and perfected by QSE, addresses each facet in an easy to implement manner. Tools merge with each other seamlessly and so effortlessly that the end product is a top-notch quality.