Manufacturing leaders seeking to take advantage of expected increases in demand can get access to proven methods to increase productivity by participating in IMEC’s signature Continuous Improvement Series. This unique program, which trains company leaders on best practices on cost-containment and operating efficiency, starts January 28th at Northern Illinois University’s Rockford Center.
“Rockford manufacturers are under intense pressure to produce smarter as a way to increase margins,” said Roger Shrum, an IMEC project specialist. “One way they can differentiate in today’s price-competitive environment is to deliver at the lowest cost possible. The techniques we will be transferring in the CI Series will give manufacturers the tools to be more flexible in meeting the demands of their customers.”