LEAN PRODUCTION

Waste-free production is the basis of the Lean Company

The target is value stream-oriented production that functions without waste and is the decisive basis for the company's competitiveness.

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Lean Production

Following the example of major automotive manufacturers, numerous companies have designed precisely defined production systems with precisely coordinated process landscapes. The target is value stream-oriented production that functions without waste and is the decisive basis for the company's competitiveness.

The roll-out of lean production concepts across all departments and plants is a challenging task that can only be successful with the involvement of all employees from the relevant production areas. The LMX team has extensive expertise in supporting similar tasks in various nationally and internationally active companies.

Typical types of waste in production

  • Overproduction
  • Stocks
  • Transportation
  • Waiting time
  • Error
  • Work process (overfulfillment)
  • Incorrect employee deployment

Typical results of lean production

  • Increase in productivity
  • Reduction of lead time
  • Increase in delivery reliability
  • Increase in quality
  • Increase in throughput
  • Increase in customer satisfaction
  • Increase in employee satisfaction

Ralf Langmaack
Partner

Phone: +49 211 63 55 89 60
Fax: +49 211 63 55 89 69
Email: info@lmx.eu
 


Lean Management & Digitization 2023 at Ruhr-University Bochum

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Waste-free production is the basis of the Lean Company. Following the example of major automotive manufacturers, numerous companies have designed precisely defined production systems with precisely coordinated process landscapes. The target is value stream-oriented production that functions without waste and is the decisive basis for the company's competitiveness.

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The concept of Lean Administration provides effective methods for optimizing processes and structures in indirect company areas. These include meaningful analysis tools for identifying potential and areas for action as well as effective approaches and methods for the sustainable optimization of process landscapes.

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The target of lean maintenance organizations is to provide optimum support for plant availability while at the same time limiting costs to the minimum necessary.

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Measurable increases in efficiency and productivity can also be achieved for product design processes using lean management methods if the levers are applied correctly.

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The service and after-sales areas make a decisive contribution to capacity utilization, revenue generation and customer satisfaction. The service organization can also be effectively optimized through the use of lean management.

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