Matt Solt and his incoming inspection team at our site in Allentown have been hard at work on improvements in their area, writes Sharp Continuous Improvement Engineer John McCullough.
Sharp Packaging Services began using value stream mapping (VSM) in 2016. VSM is a lean-management method for analyzing the current state and designing a future state for a series of processes that take a product or service from its beginning through to the customer.1
In 2016, Sharp Clinical (UK) introduced an employee welfare programme to enhance their application for recognition by the Wales Government Corporate Health Standard panel.
Steve Hamaday, Director of Engineering, reflects on his forty years with Sharp Packaging Services.
The decision for an organization to embark on a lean journey is a big first step. It is a decision based on the belief that using a lean philosophy to guide the business is the best strategy for market dominance.
Michele Snow-Frederick, Quality In-Process Manager, led an A3 Problem Solving team to challenge the value of torque testing and determine the best practice for the Sharp Packaging, Allentown Bottling Center of Excellence.
Becoming a LEAN organisation is now at the forefront of every CMO’s agenda. While there may be challenges in implementing a LEAN strategy, the long-term benefits will far outweigh any short-term frustration.
Greg Ness, Quality Director for Sharp Packaging Solutions, explains why he placed emphasis on his staff becoming certified in quality principles.
At Sharp, we’re celebrating International Women’s Day. We support the development of all our employees by creating an environment where you’re encouraged to reach your full potential. Meet Deirdre, US-born, Dublin-based Procurement Analyst for Sharp. We’re proud to #BeBoldForChange.