Leading company executives in the rubber community continually look for ways to improve the management of their business and technical operations. To create best-in-class operations and maximize productivity, leaders are constantly seeking methods to increase output, reduce labor inefficiencies and improve profitability.
In the quest for improved customer service and a stronger bottom line The Marsh Bellofram team has taken aggressive steps to incorporate a robust safety culture and integrate their hybrid version of a continuous improvement program of every step in their facility.
Headquartered in Newell, WV, The Bellofram Group of Companies is an AS9100C and ISO9001:2008 certified leading global manufacturer of high-performance OEM, industrial and process control instrumentation, including timers and counters, digital controllers and panel meters, RTD’s and thermocouples, pressure instruments and gauges, FRLs, cylinders, natural gas and propane pressure regulators, air pressure regulators and transducers, tank and liquid level measurement systems, pump and motor protection switches and alternating relays, as well as sensors, DC tachometers, encoders, industrial diaphragms, and specialty silicones.
Marsh Bellofram invests time and extensive resources to minimize labor and maximize unattended machine time. Coupling this design-intensive strategy with a significant and on-going investment in technology has enabled Marsh Bellofram to grow sales without adding significant amounts of human resources.
During this plant tour workshop focused on safety culture and continuous improvement employees at Marsh Bellofram will share their journey towards these goals. They will reveal the secret as to how the journey began, where they currently are in their goals and where they feel the journey will ultimately lead them in building a sustainable future and unmatched customer focus.
Benefits of Attending: Participants will have the opportunity to engage in structured cross-talk with other rubber industry leaders on various aspects of running profitable companies, discuss continuous improvement opportunities and best practices observed during the walk through. Attendees will explore an established manufacturing facility with conventional, industrial product lines and an experienced workforce that continues to drive process improvements, a safety culture and customer focus. For both ARPM members and non-members, this is a professional development workshop you simply don’t want to miss! Tour includes networking breakfast and lunch.
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