The industry today, an abundance of shortages

The industry today, an abundance of shortages

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world economy upside down. In the history books, we will one day be able to read about the total shutdown of world production. At the same time, the need for masks, medical equipment, and digital products exploded. All this has...
Ergonomics, a necessary step in your Lean process

Ergonomics, a necessary step in your Lean process

Ergonomics at the workstation is an important principle in lean management. It allows to avoid disturbing situations, while generating added value. Taking ergonomics into account allows us to reduce movements and their impacts. Unnecessary or poorly thought-out...
Lean Manufacturing, an impact beyond the shop floor?

Lean Manufacturing, an impact beyond the shop floor?

In 1913, Henry Ford set up a highly productive organization based on flow, but Lean Manufacturing was not yet spoken of. Today, it is safe to say that he was the first to use these concepts. The real birth of Lean took place in a workshop, just before the World War II...
Which technology to choose: MES or expert bricks?

Which technology to choose: MES or expert bricks?

This is nothing new, MES (for Manufacturing Execution Systems) are a very important link in the monitoring of production performance. They provide the link between sensors, actuators and PLCs, which are essential for production data feedback, and the ERP systems that...
The good resolutions of the manufacturer

The good resolutions of the manufacturer

While employees have brought the workshops back to life after the vacations, it’s time to make good collective resolutions. The “collective” involves all the employees in a plant. Good resolutions will be “best-practices”. Good...
5 levels of maintenance to put under the Christmas tree

5 levels of maintenance to put under the Christmas tree

As the end of the year festivities are coming, it is time for plant manager to take stock. How productive were the machines this year? Among the plants surveyed, approximately 5% of unplanned stoppages are due to machine breakdowns in 2020. For a third of them,...
The 7 wastes of Lean: how to get rid of them?

The 7 wastes of Lean: how to get rid of them?

After a slight rebound in July, French industrial production is now struggling to regain its pre-crisis level of growth with an increase of only 1.3% in the fourth quarter. With the exception of the food-processing industry, the other sectors are particularly fragile...

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