Packing in-house and need improvements?

Is 2016 the year


  • to reduce supply chain management costs
  • to reduce stock and work in progress
  • to improve cash flow
  • to improve production agility
  • for improvements to internal resource, people and space
  • to reduce manufacturing lead times in order to increase revenue and profit
  • to improve productivity and reduce manufacturing costs
  • to manage overhead costs in line with your business needs
  • to move unpredictable variable costs to a guaranteed fixed cost of ownership
  • to manage costs in cyclical and variable markets
  • to minimise costly strategies associated with managing increased demand, eg hiring of temporary staff and additional overtime costs
  • to control costs in declining market conditions
  • to create a manufacturing strategy that manages risk and delivers maximum output


then you need to discuss ways to manage and achieve your goals.