Lean Manufacturing

Waste Elimination |Toyota Production system | Kaizen | Culture of Continuous Improvement
“Lean is the way of thinking, not a list of things to do “– Shigeo Shingo

Lean Manufacturing Overview

One of the biggest challenges every organization faces in the 21st century is to still grow and make a profit while surviving the fierce global competition and Lean Manufacturing practices help organizations overcome the challenge. Lean principles, originated from the Japanese Manufacturing industry, precisely from the Toyota, also known as the “Toyota Production System”. The Sole purpose of Lean Philosophy is to eliminate waste from business processes, streamline operations and improve resource utilization.

When Lean concepts are embedded, implemented, and sustained within the organization by building the culture of continuous improvement, companies can improve processes and workflows constantly and simultaneously deliver higher quality products to customers with shorter lead times.

Electrify as a Lean Manufacturing consultant aims to become an integral part of your business teams and help our partners implement and sustain Lean philosophy within the organization. Our approach of Learning by Doing and Each one teaches one policy leads our clients to sustain the knowledge, skills around lean manufacturing and embed them within the company culture.

House of Lean

House of Lean represents the bottom-up approach for Lean Philosophy implementation. A holistic approach and synchronized organization strategies are required to implement Lean six sigma concepts successfully.

Additional Lean Manufacturing Services

  • Lean Plant Layout
  • Kaizen workshops
  • Value Stream Mapping Workshops
  • Practical 5S (Sort, Set, Shine, Standardize & Sustain)
  • Man, VS Machine work Balance Workshops.
  • Time Study of your processes
  • Poka-Yoke (Error Proofing) Workshop
  • Material Flow Optimization
  • Information Flow Optimization
  • Just In Time
  • Kanban Implementation
  • SMED (Single Minutes Die Exchange) Workshops
  • Lean Project Management
  • ERP Systems development and implementation
  • Assembly Lines and Processes Integration
  • Preventive Maintenance Program implementation
  • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Program implementation