Excell Metal Spinning turns 20 years old at the end of this year and to mark the occasion we will be celebrating and sharing memories of the business throughout the year.
The manufacturing sector both in the UK and globally has seen turbulent times over the past year with various factors having their say. Uncertainly was rife, and the effects still ripple though into the new calendar year.
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest Holiday Season Metal spinning tools will be downed, and turkey’s will be prepped. The holiday season is upon us once more, each with our own traditions, our values remain clear. ‘Tis the season to be thankful, but how will you survive? We asked […]
Excell Metal Spinning has been accredited with ISO9001 quality management systems since 2005 and currently holds the latest 9001; 2015 standard. Continuous improvement has been at the forefront of the company mindset for many years.
The following post is the second in a three part mini-series of posts, if you have not read the first post, it will explain about the series and show insights into the start of the company. Read part 1 here.
The following post is the first in a three part mini-series of posts that will be looking into how Excell Metal Spinning came to be, from the idea of starting the company through to what the future holds.
Over the past 8 months the team at Excell Metal Spinning have been working as part of our continuous improvement program to implement a number of changes to our factory work area.
With the UK said to be an “unattractive place to manufacture” ~ Jim Ratcliffe, the UK’s unique selling proposition (USP) doesn’t seem at all, likely to make some major improvements. Why is this?
Kaizen, Japanese for “Improvement” or “Change for the Better”, is a reference to the philosophy upon continuous improvement of processes in manufacturing, engineering and business management.
Many have different views and ideas when referring to Supply Chain Management, however, the majority are usually wrong in each of their different interpretations. A supply chain is the set of entities that are involved in the design of a new product/ products and services, procuring raw materials and transforming them into semi-finished and finished products.