McLaren: high performing engineering
Mike Flewitt discuses how Unipart help McLaren to deliver the highest quality
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The launch of a new car from this famous specialist manufacturer was being put at risk by several complex issues that had arisen within their supply chain. There was an urgent need to recover the situation and this would demand a range of both engineering and logistics skills.
Success would depend on rapidly gaining extra help with the management and support of the critical suppliers to ensure that their capacity and quality would meet the launch requirements for all components.
A leading power generation design company required assistance in improving their process of creating Plant and Instrumentation (P&I) diagrams.
Our challenge was to help the client find a standard way of producing P&I diagrams that would overcome these problems.
This leading manufacturer of welding products was facing increasing global competition.
The challenge for us was to help them design and implement a Lean Programme across more than ten factories in six countries around the world.
A major supplier of personal care products to the UK and European retail sector had a pressing need to improve supply chain performance.
Unipart helped the client design, develop and execute a major supply chain transformation programme.
This major Original Equipment Manufacturer produces vehicles with a large number of customer-facing options and extras; a high complexity product with a particularly high degree of variation. Facing issues with quality, cost and productivity (needing to effectively balance cycle times to customer demand), the manufacturer sought to put an ambitious programme into action.
Our client, a Prime Manufacturing Contractor, is a specialist in low-volume, high-complexity marine systems manufacturing. Long and failed supplier lead-times are a long-term challenge due to a lack of visibility.
The client was looking to create better supply chain relationships in order to improve capability.