6 Sigma

  • Elimination of non-value-added activities by reducing waste;;
  • Increase quality;
  • Understanding the process;
  • Stability of the process;
  • Reduction of variance;
  • Creates simple processes and controls.

Lean – Kaizen events

  • Elimination of non-value added activities;
  • Participation of all employees;
  • Sense of belonging of employees;
  • Reduces production costs;
  • Brings the frames closer to the real issues “Gemba”.

Lean – 5S

  • Elimination of non-value added activities;
  • Eliminates the loss of time caused by finding tools and supplies;
  • Physically transforms the work environment;
  • Acts deeply on the staff’s state of mind;
  • Provides an excellent introduction to quality and productivity;
  • A clean and orderly plant is:
  • more productive;
  • manufactures fewer defects;
  • is safer;
  • improves the image of the company vis-à-vis customers.

Lean – Kanban

  • The material is manufactured as needed
  • Unlike the system/li>
  • We produce as much as we can
  • Force cooperation
  • Prevents overproduction
  • Prevents the lack of equipment

Lean – SMED

The fact of being able to change series very quickly makes it possible to decrease the size of the batches and thus:

  • decrease in stocks,
  • saved time,
  • increased productivity,
  • elimination of adjustment errors,
  • quality improvement,
  • simplified settings so need less skill..