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Modern aircraft causes an unfortunate amount of congestion at airports. Efficient ground operations, repairs and utilization are key to meeting customer service expectations. Lean Six Sigma can help cross-functional operations and increase profits from time in the air and back down to the landing strip. Read more at Aviation Week

Here are our top picks for Lean Six Sigma success stories and news from around the web for the week of September 14, 2015. GM’s New Problem-Solving Focus Reaps Savings This year, GM identified a shortage of premium 22-inch chrome wheels for its popular and profitable Cadillac Escalade SUV. The issue at hand was that the supplier was unable to

  Here are our top picks for Lean success stories and news from around the web for the week of January 12, 2015. Success Using Lean Principles The Collision Center at Driver’s Village in Cicero, New York once lived in a dead strip mall. That is, until Roger Burdick capitalized on the expansive 92-acre property. Upon Roger’s investment, the Collision Center

Transportation refers to the concept of the moves or “touches” to a unit or product as it flows through a process. This can refer to an email sent from one department to another or to materials being moved from one warehouse to another. Transportation is one of the 8 Wastes. To get foundational training on how to complete Lean Six

Here are our top picks for Lean success stories and news from around the web for the week of December 1, 2014. Lectra Unveils Optiplan Cutting Room Solution For Apparel Lectra, one of the leading integrated technology solutions providers for fabrics and technical textile companies, has recently launched its cutting room optimization solution for apparel manufacturing. Optiplan, its cutting room optimization solution,

  Here are our top picks for Lean success stories and news from around the web for the week of November 17, 2014. The Secret Sauce In Pal’s Sudden Service’s Success? Streamlining. Pal’s Sudden Service was a Tennessee-based, burgers-and-fries, drive-thru-only fast-food chain, founded in 1956. The chain grew to 26 locations and had one focus: the customer. Founder Pal Barger and

Below are Lean Six Sigma success stories in the Automotive industry organized alphabetically. For success stories in other industries, please visit our Lean Six Sigma Success Stories page. Auto Body Shops Going Lean in a Small Shop Operating Lean can help a car shop of any size improve. Not only do low cycle times and high touch times offer a peace of

Below are Lean Six Sigma success stories in the Transportation & Travel industry organized alphabetically. For success stories in other industries, please visit our Lean Six Sigma Success Stories page. Aircraft Turnaround Time Lean Six Sigma to Reduce Aircraft Turnaround Time and Improve On-Time Performance Modern aircraft causes an unfortunate amount of congestion at airports. Efficient ground operations, repairs and utilization

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