The current setting demands maximum competitiveness, and to achieve this efficiency in processes is a key factor. With this efficiency, we can achieve more streamlined, flexible and productive food industries, that are able to operate with more quality and lower costs.
CNTA’s Operational Efficiency service aims to help companies become more competitive using actions focusing on the ongoing improvement of their organisation and key processes, and the active participation and training of staff bases.
This service is specially developed for the agrifood industry, it has proven and tested methodology, it is customised to each company and is clearly results-orientated. The services offered are:
Implementation of improvement systems:
Analysis and diagnostics
Process optimisation: 5S organisation and cleanliness, reducing change times, maintenance management, improvement workshops
Planning and logistics: warehouse design, lay-out of lines and plants, internal logistics, supply chain, pull systems.
Quality assurance: problem solving, risk analysis, error reduction
Participative management system
Lean project management
Industrialisation of new products,
Visual management of projects (Obeya)
Development and training workers in management tools and systems to ensure the ongoing improvement of processes. Open/in-company training courses
What common issues do we resolve?
Low efficiency of lines and processes
Lengthy manufacturing times
Low-quality operations, re-processing and rejections
Large warehouses and excess stock
Long delays in changing the format of machines
Low involvement and participation of staff in improvements
To give a better response, CNTA has pooled its knowledge and experience in the food industry with the ACMP, experts in organisational and process improvement, with over 20 years of experience with companies in the sector.
Since 2013, we have developed around 80 projects in SMEs and large-scale companies from the different sub-sectors of the industry: storage, product creation and packaging, beverages or the wine-making sector