Geerts: Lean-based production has become increasingly important
In order to remain the deep drawing expert and meet all of our customers’ requirements which include competitive prices, good quality, prompt delivery and flexibility, Geerts never ceases to upgrade its production process. To this end we will be introducing Lean, which is an advanced method used for mapping wastage. It comes with a cost-benefit analysis for each improvement and based on that, an action plan will be set up. Obviously this plan will be monitored. Safely manufacturing all deep drawing products one can think of also remains pivotal as far as Geerts is concerned.
A non-stop upgrading process that will help Geerts remain your reliable partner when it comes to deep drawing, remodelling metal, copper, aluminium and stainless steel.
Non-stop innovation and improvement of the production process is also evidenced by the tools that we use. As a result, now it is also worth making stamps for smaller and medium-sized productions which means our high-quality deep drawing products are accessible to all. To make matters even more interesting, together we can study whether stamp costs can be written off in the longer term. This leads to a win-win situation for both parties and also, it better serves your liquidity position.
Scrutinising the manufacture
We also scrutinised the manufacturing process. To manufacture products even better, we have rearranged our machinery giving them a different order. This ensures faster flow of goods, and more efficient product flow.
Fewer steps will be required from the people of Geerts, allowing the team to focus exclusively on creating top-notch products. This of course guarantees superb quality.