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TXM Lean Solutions Exhibiting at FoodTech 2019

TXM Lean Solutions will be Exhibiting at FoodTech 2019 in Queensland

TXM Lean Solutions will be exhibiting at FoodTech 2019. It is the only Queensland show specifically targeted at tradespeople in the Food Manufacturing Industry across Queensland & Australia. Creating new lines in manufacturing. Featuring the latest advancements in food and drink 
manufacturing, FoodTech Qld 2019 is proud to support
 and showcase Queensland’s appetite for innovation
 within the food industry.

TXM Lean Case Study: Houston’s Farms – Lean for AgribusinessVegetables

TXM can help you amplify your business to new heights in these uncertain times.

We are looking forward to exhibiting and showing our experience assisting food manufacturers to improve operational performance through the application of Lean Manufacturing.

TXM are Australia’s leading Lean Consultants with offices around Australia and globally. Apart from working with iconic Global and Australian companies, TXM has assisted many food manufacturers to reduce waste, increase productivity, improve customer service, increase flexibility, reduce downtime, and reorganise their production layouts.

Our unique approach has been particularly effective in the food manufacturing sector, where we have been able to increase productivity by over 25% and reduce lead time by more than 50%. TXM Lean Solutions are very proud to have helped supercharge our clients businesses to the next level come see what we can do for you.

TXM Lean Case Study: Harvest Moon – Lean Farm Transformation

Visit us at Booth A18 right by the Forum and say hello. Talk us through the challenges you face in your business. Our team will have creative cost effective solutions to your problems.

TXM Managing Director – Tim McLean will be presenting and running a discussion forum about ‘Achieving Operational Excellence in the 21st Century Food Industry’ on Monday 29th July at 11am.