Reliable Plating Works, Inc. (RPW), in their ever growing mode of Lean Principles, certifies four Quality Improvement Team Members in “Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training”. The team members all completed projects directed by Judy Sullivan of WMEP.
WMEP held the four month course on site at one of RPW’s three Milwaukee Nickel/Chrome Electroplating plants. The results of the four team members’ projects saved RPW in excess of $100,000. With the rising costs of materials, utilities, labor and government regulations, compounded by customer pressures to reduce costs, these savings were greatly needed to keep the company profitable. The projects ranged from reduction of material scrap and waste, to reduction of rejects and raw material issues.
Continued profitability in these tough economic times will require the new Green Belts to forge on with new projects. Areas which are being attacked are waste treatment costs, customer service practices, quality and production efficiencies.
RPW is proud of their four new Green Belts and congratulates them, Judy Goggins (Quality Manager), Greg Kulis (Project Engineer), Jeffrey Maliszewski (VP Quality) and Jaime Maliszewski (President).
You can contact RPW about this process and/or their capabilities to help your company reduce costs and metal finishing related problems via email firstname.lastname@example.org or calling direct 414-397-2171 and asking for Don Schmerling or Jaime Maliszewski.