Lean Electrical Controls: Reduce Waste, Add Value

01/24/2007




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January 24, 2007

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Lean Electrical Controls: Reduce Waste, Add Value


Dear Reader,

ABB invites you to download a complimentary copy of a new Control Engineering white paper entitled Ten Steps to Lean Electrical Controls written by John Boyer, an expert in lean manufacturing. This white paper is a powerful tool from Control Engineering and ABB which shows how companies like yours easily waste over 20% of your overall costs on non-value add activities when building electrical panels.

By downloading and reading this paper you can help your company:

  • Learn how Lean manufacturing techniques can impact engineering, purchasing, staging, wiring and testing of electrical panels

  • Review processes currently in place to identify and eliminate waste

  • Develop a plan to significantly reduce your electrical panel costs


To receive your copy of the Ten Steps to Lean Electrical Controls , follow this link.

www.lean-electrical-control.com/5

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