Cimlogic LEAN Conference Success

Post by Claire Healey on Tuesday 24th March

Cimlogic proudly sponsored the 2014 LEAN Manufacturing Conference this March held by The Manufacturer.

The Conference, which took place March 19th at Conference Aston, is a part of the Future Factory Series organised by the publication.

MES Consultant, Fraser Thomson, talks LEAN at the LEAN Conference.
MES Consultant, Fraser Thomson, discussing MES at 2014 LEAN Conference

The event saw representatives from large organisations, such as Coca Cola Enterprises, GlaxoSmithKline and Oxford Instruments, address LEAN techniques to improve manufacturing efficiency.

Cimlogic’s own MES Consultant, Fraser Thomson, was amongst those who spoke at the Conference.

Fraser’s presentation entitled; ‘Maximising the ROI of your Manufacturing IT Systems to drive Continuous Improvement’ gave an insight into adopting MES within Manufacturing.

Fraser spoke of how leveraging IT Systems within Manufacturing can drive Continuous Improvement and give businesses that competitive edge.

Fraser said: “The LEAN Conference was a huge success. Each presentation gave a real insight into how LEAN techniques are being utilised in different sectors of Manufacturing and the issues each of them face.”

The one day event was an excellent opportunity for likeminded businesses to discuss LEAN techniques and ideology with one another and allowed LEAN and CI representatives to network.

“LEAN is a huge part of driving a successful Manufacturing process, the conference gave myself and others an opportunity to discuss what works, what doesn’t, and what Manufacturers really want out of LEAN.”

As part of Cimlogic’s involvement in the LEAN Manufacturing Conference, a Live LEAN Webinar was broadcast Weds, April 29th.

Click to watch ‘Utilise Technology for Enhanced LEAN Manufacturing Results’.


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