NZ’s trusted Productivity Partners
Reduce Inputs – Increase Outputs – Maximise Profits
Shop floor visit
Industry 4.0 in Action
Quality Systems and ROI
Thursday 29th July 10am
Join us on site at Bonson Industrials who produce plastic, recyclable, and fibre-based packaging for some of the most widely recognised Kiwi brands .
What we do:
Organisations engage us when there is a need for significant operational improvement. We use strategy and our broad range of skills and experience to solve operational issues and deliver results.
How we do it:
We evaluate your entire value chain, establish opportunities and then build a strategic plan to streamline your operation. From Supply chain, S&OP, logistics and processing, we have a team of experts to draw on.
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Our expertise is in lifting operational productivity to a level beyond that of your competition. To do this, we focus on strategy, process and people.
LMAC has developed and refined a Strategy Build Model specifically for the New Zealand business environment that engages all levels of an organisation. It is unique, tried and tested, and has delivered amazing results across different industries from Healthcare, Veterinary and Laboratory, to FMCG and Manufacturing.
We use our significant first-hand experience of leadership to develop training and mentoring programs that align directly with your organisation’s problems and goals. Unlike many leadership programs, our mentors have years of experience tackling persistent problems and helping teams achieve business goals. Our programs are results-based, and we’ll help you measure the outcome of your investment.
Any business operation from service provision to manufacturing products is a series of processes. Whether automated or manual these processes need to be balanced and work in harmony to ensure inputs are minimised and outputs maximised. Process architecture is the foundation of operational productivity.
LMAC are leading Industry 4.0 initiatives across New Zealand by partnering with highly regarded institutions such as Callaghan Innovation and EMA (Employers and Manufacturers Association). Together, we’re focusing attention on technologies that are capable of delivering significant benefits to New Zealand’s SME landscape in an affordable and practical way.