Our production processes are an ever evolving mix of technology, quality assurance, and material handling. In order to achieve constant improvement, we focus on TOC and lean manufacturing techniques.

“Chief benefits of the lean model include efficient use of resources, rapid product development cycle, higher quality at lower cost, greater flexibility, and environmentally sustainable production.

Key lean principles are:
- Perfect first-time quality through quest for zero defects, revealing and solving problems at their ultimate source, achieving higher quality and productivity simultaneously, teamwork, worker empowerment.
- Waste minimization by removing all non-value added activities making the most efficient use of scarce resources (capital, people, space), just-in-time inventory, eliminating any safety nets.
- Continuous improvement (reducing costs, improving quality, increasing productivity) through dynamic process of change, simultaneous and integrated product/process development, rapid cycle time and time-to-market, openness and information sharing.
- Flexibility in producing different mixes or greater diversity of products quickly, without sacrificing efficiency at lower volumes of production, through rapid set-up and manufacturing at small lot sizes.
- Long-term relationships between suppliers and primary producers (assemblers, system integrators) through collaborative risk-sharing, cost-sharing and information-sharing arrangements.
The lean model stresses an evolutionary process of change and adaptation, not an idealized technology-driven end state. A central organizing concept is the sustainable enterprise, where the corporation builds mutual-gain processes and relationships with its multiple stakeholders (labor-management, assembler-supplier, assembler-distributor-customer, company-shareholder, and company-government-society-environment). “ -DAU