Join SCM Group at our North America showroom to gain focused product knowledge from the specialists in the wood industry about the latest and most innovative technology the industry has to offer! Plus, learn from Keynote Speaker, Jim Lewis, about Lean Thinking.
SCM Group North America is presenting a unique opportunity for customers to join them in learning about the value of applying Lean Thinking to create a winning combination of productivity and profit improvement for both. Join us as Jim Lewis and Brad Cairns of The Center for Lean Learning partner with us to launch the Lean Journey at SCM.
Jim’s seminar topics will include:
• Lean Thinking’s effect on improving productivity with and without automation and technology
• Discussion about how you can maximize the equipment that you already own or are
considering purchasing by applying some of the tools and techniques of Lean.
Download the SCM Group Open House and Lean Seminar flyer
We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
Open House 1:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Open House 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Lean Seminar 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
SCM Group North America
933 Sandhill Ave
Carson, CA 90746
For more information and to register to the Open House and/or the Seminar, please contact SCM Group Marketing at
or call 770-813-7875
“The Lean thinking strategy that Jim and Dave brought to my business has enabled us to improve productivity 400%. Once the staff understood how to apply Lean tools and techniques there was no way to hold back their creative and innovative intellect” Brad Cairns, CEO “I have to admit that I was skeptical that our custom products company could achieve the productivity levels that Jim and Dave perceived. However, after eighteen months of applying Lean thinking to every aspect of our business, I am a firm believer. It is amazing how much waste we continue to uncover on a daily basis. The production planning process that they brought o the company enabled us to eliminate back orders and achieve 100% on-time order completion within our 40-hour work schedule” Daryl Duke, Plant Manager