Improvement is in our DNA
We’re constantly evolving and developing our quality management system. SMED methodology, Kaizen principles, process maturation, removal of labour and material costs combine to enable us to maximise efficiency. As we acquire or merge with other operations, we look for opportunities to improve everything we do by adopting best practice wherever we see it in action.
We are also committed to partnerships with our customers and suppliers. Whenever customers specify a procedure or suppliers show us something new, we aim to integrate it into our systems.
We live and breathe Kaizen
One of the most notable features of Kaizen is that big results come from many small changes accumulated over time. However, this has been misunderstood as meaning only small changes. In fact, Kaizen means everyone is involved in making improvements. While the majority of changes may be small, the greatest impact may be led by senior management as transformational projects, or by cross-functional teams as Kaizen events.
– The Kaizen Institute