Lean Manufacturing

Lean Manufacturing

What a lean consultant can do for you?

A lean consulting services can help you get the result. We have experts. We have undergone more than 30+ Project (MSME,SME Business) on lean Manufacturing. Each client has received a 61%(ROI) return on investment. Our unique approach offers you quick results. Our e Leann expert lean consultant not only gives you advice but also handhold during execution. Our Expert lean consultant has implemented

1. Lean Manufacturing in chemical and Textile Industry

2. Lean manufacturing in Pharmaceutical

3. Lean manufacturing in plastics and Process Industry

4. Lean manufacturing in packaging and supply chain industry

5. Lean manufacturing in Engineering process Industry

we have a 20 expert lean consultant who had worked for different industries. Our lean consultant had a different approach and assure you measurable results.

Our Lean consulting approach is unique. We have divided your project is 5 phases

How to implement Lean manufacturing

We have unique to select the lean project for your industries. We do competitive study and help you identify the right project with priority for your organization.

Gap Analysis

In this phase, Our Lean consultant collects the Assess & understands your process & collects require data. During this phase, our Lean consultant will also find the scope of improvement.

Lean Project Selection and Lean Tool Selection

In this phase, we identify the correct lean tool and define a measurable target for each project. Our lean consultant will also prepare a Road map for implementation as well as set targets for results.

implementation phase

we map execution and each task. we make sure Our projects get completed timely and effectively. We provide various training during this phase. we make sure implementation generates the targeted result.


we monitor the progress of each process and do corrections as and when required.


The lean practice must be sustained. Our lean consultant helps you create sustainable lean practice. we help you design procedure monitoring criteria and habit-building activities that help you sustain Lean practice.

What is Lean Manufacturing?

Lean Manufacturing describes a holistic and sustainable approach that uses less of everything to give you more. Lean Manufacturing is a business strategy based on satisfying the customer by delivering quality products and services that are just what the customer needs, when the customer needs them, in the amount required, at the right price, while using the minimum of materials, equipment, space, labour, and time.

Lean Manufacturing practices enable an organization to reduce its development cycles, produce higher-quality products and services at lower costs, and use resources more efficiently. Although the term Lean Manufacturing has been most directly associated with manufacturing and production processes, Lean Manufacturing practices cover the total enterprise, embracing all aspects of operations, including internal functions, supplier networks, and customer value chains.

Lean Manufacturing means less of many things — less waste, shorter cycle times, fewer suppliers, less bureaucracy. But Lean Manufacturing also means more — more employee knowledge and empowerment, more organizational agility and capability, more productivity, more satisfied customers, and more long-term success.

The core idea of Lean Manufacturing is actually quite simple…Relentlessly work on eliminating waste from the manufacturing process.

Lean Tools And Benefits

Ideas that value your time


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Why Lean manufacturing is important?

Day by day customer demand Is increasing. Labor cost material cost keep increasing. Other side customers keep asking for better quality is at a lower price. This situation creates building pressure on every business to reduce cost improve delivery with better quality.

So you need to reduce waste and improve the process. One of the ways to implement cost reduction is to Implement Lean tools.

How lean manufacturing can help you?

Not only are you buying, transporting, and storing the extra raw material in the first place, but you then have to pay to transport and dispose of damaged or obsolete goods.

You’re not just making the customer wait — you’re also consuming energy, wasting people’s time, and using facilities to store and move around materials and work. And there’s the opportunity cost of delayed payment.

Not only mistake frustrating to you, your coworkers, and your management, as well as the customer, but you have to spend more time and use more materials doing it over.

Excess inventory directly wastes space. Plus, it has to be handled and maintained. And what’s the sense in making more than you’re selling?

Space is facility and capital cost, as well as the energy and labor to maintain it.

It doesn’t take an accountant to know that spending more money than you should get something done is wasteful!

Not only are those extra tools and equipment expensive, but they also have to be stored, repaired, and maintained.

 People are extremely valuable and expensive, and they should be engaged in doing only what’s most important.

It results in mistakes, rework, scrap, lost time, and missed deadlines — plus, it can be hazardous.

This is the most wasteful of all. Not only is it a direct waste of time and effort, but it’s damaging to the psyche and to morale. It’s also potentially physically harmful and dangerous.