The Lean Workshop Group held their most recent Seminar at AMRC Factory 2050 in Sheffield. The full day seminars took place on 28th & 29th September and attendees from across different industries and locations attended to improve their knowledge on Lean Processes within their company.
Who are the Lean Workshop Group?
The Lean Workshop Group are a collection of nine innovative suppliers to the Manufacturing Sector. The demonstrate how their different product ranges can assist companies remove waste and become more lean within their processes. The group showcase their products on a full demonstration production cell. The cell and the Group travels across the UK and Ireland to different venues during these seminars.
What is Hurst Green Plastics Role?
Office Manager Louise represented Hurst Green Plastics by demonstrating the TwinBin. This included the integration of RFID Technology using the SICK RFID Fixed Reader within the Production Cell. Further showcasing showed how easily TwinBin is synchronised with WERMA Andon lights. By working together they can effectively communicate stock requirements before stock is depleted. This reduces unnecessary waste of staff time. Louise also proudly demonstrated our range of Industrial Kitting and Stock Control Solutions which Hurst Green Plastics supply to different industries across the world. This can save companies time, money and effort with their stock of fasteners and fixing.
Factory 2050 Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre is a £43 million development which has been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund and the Higher Education Funding Council for England in partnership with the University of Sheffield and The Boeing Company. The Factory is a landmark glass-clad rotunda which will house the research of cutting-edge technologies and advanced manufacturing techniques.
When is the next event?
Finally the next Lean Workshop Group event is at the WERMA Facility in Wellingborough on 7th & 8th December 2016. If you would like to book your place on the next event, and learn how to make your company processes more lean, then email email@example.com or contact us.