Our March Shingo Discover workshop will showcase the very best of Ipsen, a global pharmaceutical company which sells more than 20 drugs in more than 115 countries and a direct commercial presence in 30 Countries.
With 4,900 employees worldwide, Ipsen’s ambition is to become a leading Global Biotech Company focused on innovation and speciality care. Ipsen’s fields of expertise cover Oncology, Neurosciences and Rare Diseases. (adult and pediatric)
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Aimed at first line managers this hands-on programme offers workshops and seminars on everything from leadership to employment law to understanding lean manufacturing.
Our February Shingo Discover workshop will be held at one of the busiest food label producing plants in the world.
With over 60 manufacturing locations and more than 10,000 dedicated employees, Coveris is a global leader in the manufacturing of packaging and engineered coatings for a variety of consumer and industrial end-use markets.
Their plant in Spalding in Lincolnshire produces linerless labels which are mainly used for fresh meat and chilled food packaging for big names like Sainsbury’s, Marks & Spencer and Waitrose.
Operational excellence experts from across Europe will be gathering at the European Shingo Conference for Process Improvement in Brussels in October.
The two-day event will feature a world class line up of leaders in manufacturing, healthcare, services and many other industries reveal how they have achieved a culture of excellence through principles, behaviours and systems.
Key speaker sessions will include visual workplace management, becoming an improvement leader, and how Honeywell established a sustainable operational excellence culture.
The next Manufacturing Champions Network event will also be taking place in Manchester Central on Tuesday 4 April (3pm), allowing delegates to visit the expo before the session focused on Industry 4.0 for the SME Factory.