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Eliminating Waste and Adding Value

A Look at Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Processes

Waste and How it Damages your Company

When you read the word 'waste', what do you think this means to you and the business you work for or maybe own? Have you considered all the forms of waste that can effect the quality, delivery schedule and cost of your products, and ultimately your bottom line? In today's increasingly competitive climate, can you afford not to make the maximum effort to eradicate waste from your company? Moreover, given the increased pressure on your company's margins, can you eliminate waste without having to resort to the risks associated with increasing expenditure on new capital equipment which makes heady promises to increase machine throughput by x% and machine capacity by y%?

This is a conundrum facing many manufacturers; and all of these manufacturers, encompassing all sectors, from packaging manufacture to food processing to process industries, can look towards lean manufacturing principles and philosophy as a means by which they can gain that competitive edge and ensure sustainable growth in the future.

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By Daniel Nash, Manufacturing Advisor at London Manufacturing Advisory Service

Daniel Nash has a BEng degree in Manufacturing Systems with Business from Kingston University and has worked in both the automotive supply and electronics industries. He began his career working for a manufacturer of pumps for the automotive industry. He then went on to work for an industrial Ni-CD battery manufacturer, before moving to a supplier of industrial standby power systems to the UK market. He is currently working as a Manufacturing Advisor, where he assists manufacturers through the London Manufacturing Advisory Service.

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