In addition, we’ve integrated production flow principles into our design process to minimize waste, improve quality, lower costs, and detect issues early on in the production of our sustainable water tanks. This method also improves delivery predictions, making it easier to address the question, “When will my product ship?”. This workflow allows us to save time, resources, and product while delivering the best value to our customers. As a result, combining Green and Lean strategies benefits both our bottom line and yours.
Furthermore, we have received ISO certifications in our two manufacturing facilities to ensure that our business management system, polypropylene manufacturing process, operation, and documentation procedures meet the quality, safety, and efficiency requirements in our products’ production.
The ISO 9001 2015 certification was the most recent one we got. Although this credential is predominantly concerned with quality standards, it also contributes to the company’s long-term visibility. As a result, we’re still developing and finding new ways to improve our sustainable plastic manufacturing.
All of our efforts contribute to effective and sustainable plastic manufacturing processes because they decrease waste and improve productivity. With the aid of the Lean Transformations Group’s advisors, we could increase our business efficiency.
As a result, we improved production line productivity by 40%, overall productivity by 15%, and warranty costs by 40%. The story, however, does not end here. In our line of work, we are responsible for self-improvement. There’s always something that can be done differently. We are far from perfect. However, we take the measures required to get there. As a result, we are striving to have the most sustainable water tanks in the market.
Polypropylene offers a great number of advantages, many of which allow it to be used for a wide variety of different products and services.
UPF tanks and big OEMs at South Elgin open house for Fire Prevention Week! United Plastic Fabricating’s Pat Cahill had the wonderful opportunity to attend