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TXM Lean Minute – Consider the True Cost of that Special Bulk Deal

TXM Lean Minute – Consider the True Cost of that Special Bulk Deal What is the true cost of your purchasing decisions? Hi I’m Tim Scurlock and welcome to this TXM Lean Minute. When your buying stock and think you have a good deal consider first the consequences in terms not just of the purchase …

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TXM Lean Minute – Using Kanban to Connect Processes

One of the requirements of Lean is to connect processes together, by doing this you avoid the waste of over production as well as reducing the need to spend excessive amounts of time planning production and figuring out what’s next.

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TXM Lean Case Study – Hazchem Safety

Hazchem Safety in Brackley are the UK’s leading supplier of safety clothing and equipment for the transport and handling of dangerous goods. Hazchem Safety are celebrating 40 years of protecting people transporting hazardous goods.

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TXM Lean Minute – Managing Your Inventory From Long Lead Time Suppliers

In this Lean Minute, TXM UK Senior Lean Consultant, Lee Candy explains the principles behind reducing stock and increasing frequency can help you manage you supplier relationships more effectively. This Lean Minute was filmed at Broadfix UK Read the Video Transcript The problem many manufacturing, and warehouses businesses face is how they manage their stock …

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TXM Lean Minute – Make Stock Checks Part of Your Daily Routine

  Do you shut your facility for your annual stock checks? This can cause unnecessary disruption to your organisation. Getting the right level of stock is a science take the guess work out by conducting daily stock checks for greater accuracy. The aim is to ensure that you have the right stock levels to fulfill …

Lee Candy - lean consultant

TXM Lean Minute – Use Kaizen to Improve Your Business Every Day

TXM Lean Minute – Use Kaizen to Improve Your Business Every Day   Kaizen roughly means, “change for the better.” This is the terminology we often use to describe our approach to continuous improvement. Many people get caught up with lean and kaizen as being just small improvements that happen every day across the organization. …

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TXM Lean Case Study – Broadfix

TXM helped Broadfix achieve a 25% reduction in inventory and their backorders have fallen by 80% all whilst using their existing machines and setup. Watch the Interview with Richard Jenner!