‘Use the space for improvement in your production environment’
Every production environment has space for improvement. The question is, where do you find that space and how to use it optimally. If that is your question too, AQM International Consulting has the answer.
We map out bottlenecks and opportunities, and adapt production processes, working methods, workstations and (internal) logistics of it.
We have been doing this for renowned businesses since 1999, mainly for themanufacturing industry. In a no-nonsense way, because we do not believe in detailed reports and month-long meetings. We prefer to use our energy in the realising visible result.
Our approach is always bottom-up, having lots of attention to the production workers within your company. Because, without their support, there is a small chance that the process and work method optimisation, which looks great on the papers, will work. In many situations everything turns to break the routines and to introduce working clever and efficient. “We have been working this way for years” makes way for “For now we do it that way”. Depending on your problem definition, our work results in, for example, shorter lead-times, less waste, lower operational costs, quality improvement or process control.
AQM International Consulting helps you to find and use the space for improvement in:
You are wondering whether you can achieve the desired growth at your production site? Or do you want to determine standard times in your production process? We observe in the workplace, analyse where weaknesses are within the production and develop a pragmatic, durable solution. See more
Work method and workplace optimisation
An important part of the process optimisation is always productivity. How do people work on the workplace? What happens and how should it be done ideally? Is there a better way of working or has the workplace to be redesigned? We examine, each place separate and integral, with the aim of making it easier for the employees. And better for your company. See more
Collaboration and communication between departments can be the cause of a problem too, which is manifested on the workplace itself. In organisational optimisation we broaden our scope and involve the departments, directly “above” the production, into our analysis. See more