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Success Story: Welding Process Improvement

on March 28, 2018 | posted by

within Case Studies, Continuous Improvement

Welding Process Improvement

Midmark – Versailles

Company: 

Midmark Corporation is a leading provider of medical, dental, and veterinary equipment and technologies. Midmark employs 600 people in production and administrative offices in Versailles, Ohio, and has seven other locations in the United States, […]

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Success Story: Supply Chain Consulting

on February 28, 2018 | posted by

within Case Studies, Supply Chain Development

Supply Chain Consulting
AIMS Metrology

 

Company Profile:

AIMS (Advanced Industrial Measurement Systems) is an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) producer of Coordinate Measurement Machines (CMM) and performs full scale CMM servicing, calibration and retrofitting. AIMS employs 25 people at their Miamisburg headquarters.

Situation:  […]

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Success Story: Location Strategy Model

on February 23, 2018 | posted by

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Location Strategy Model
NCT Technologies Group
 
Company Profile:

NCT Technologies Group provides metal fabrication services such as laser cutting, forming, welding, and painting to many industries including aerospace, automotive, heavy truck and retail.  As a lean, efficient organization with streamlined communication, NCT […]

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Improve Your Mission Statement

on January 25, 2018 | posted by

within Continuous Improvement, General

Improve Your Mission Statement

 

Why does your company exist?

Does your mission statement answer this question correctly?

Mission statements were once reserved for large corporations. But, now it is common for every business, group, and even individuals to have their own mission statement.  […]

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How to Have Your Best Year in 2018

on December 13, 2017 | posted by

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Have Your Best Year in 2018

As the year 2017 comes to a close, we should all take a little time for reflection. Take a look back at the last twelve months and appreciate the successes. And, for the not-so-successful pieces… chalk those up to […]

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