OPTIMIZE PRODUCTION PACE AND QUALITY
Solid management to power your performance
Billions of passengers take to the air each year, putting ever-increasing pressure on aircraft production. To meet this growing demand, plants have to expand productivity while maintaining high quality standards. While it is vital for companies in the aviation industry to have the best possible equipment, they must also optimize each of their processes and ensure that their staff and management are qualified and well supported.
COMMON INDUSTRY CONCERNS:
- Turnaround times (TAT) are too high
- Inconsistency in first pass yield (FPY)
- Non-compliance with quality parameters and procedures
- Fluctuating load management depending on team capacity
- Difficulty in executing strategic plans
- Lack of skilled labor
- Lack of agility between the different professions and areas within teams
Do you have specific needs?
ACHIEVE YOUR OBJECTIVES EVERY DAY
Increase production capacity sustainably and reduce costs
With a focus on quality, health and safety, customer service, productivity and the environment, our approach enables you to achieve gains at all levels. Reduce the number of reworkings related to quality or client rejections and take your teams and equipment to new levels by optimizing your operations in a measurable way.
Increased active supervision allows better performance and better management of key indicators.
COMPETENT, WELL-EQUIPPED, MOBILIZED TEAMS
Driving performance with a proven approach
Empower your supervisors to use best management practices in their daily activities, including active supervision. Our approach provides structure to teams and allows long-term management continuity. By optimizing each work station with organized follow-ups and visual charts, for example, you’ll be able to keep everyone focused on priorities and meeting commitments to deadlines.
Our experts help you assess your teams’ workload to facilitate informed operational decisions. This will enable you to maintain a balance by redistributing staff as needed to maximize overall performance.
A global leader in the aerospace sector (civil and military), Airbus manufactures more than half of the aircraft produced worldwide.
“By focusing on management skills, we were able to increase our operational efficiency for each aircraft produced.”
Kevin Hébert Director of Assembly Operations