SUCCESSFUL LEAN TRANSFORMATION

CURRENT REAL-LIFE CASE STUDIES

Inside every company, there is a better one. These case studies are an illustration of how Staufen can help you find that better company. Learn more about the challenges and obstacles other companies have confronted — and how Staufen helped them overcome them.

Discover what is possible with lean-transformation instruments, and allow yourself to be inspired about what your own company can achieve.

Aerzener Maschinenfabrik

For 150 years, Aerzen has been producing equipment for compressing gases. And for decades, this machinery has been used around the world in blowers, to provide aeration at wastewater treatment plants, and for processing drinking water on cruise ships.

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Maquet

The first heart transplant was performed in 1967. The company that manufactured the operating table? Maquet. Nearly 50 years after this ground-breaking procedure, this subsidiary of the Getinge Group from Sweden underwent an operation of its own – under the guidance of Staufen.

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Oskar Frech

In Schorndorf, a suburb of Stuttgart, Germany, one of the typical “hidden champions” of the German industry has its headquarters: Oskar Frech GmbH. This family-owned business with 850 employees is one of the world’s leading suppliers of die-casting technologies. Their hot-chamber and cold-chamber machines are in high demand – both in the automotive industry and in the manufacturing sector. The mid-sized company had been too set in its ways, and dissatisfaction with existing processes was growing greater. So in 2016, Frech decided to hit the reset button.

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MTU Aero Engines

As a manufacturer of engines, MTU Aero Engines is part of a global industry – and despite its international activity, it still feels very much at home in Germany. To be prepared to hold its own against international competitors in the future, the company felt a growing pressure to review its in-house processes.

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MUNSCH

From Ransbach-Baumbach northeast of Koblenz out into the world: Munsch Chemie-Pumpen GmbH delivers around 80 percent of its production abroad. What makes the pumps from this family business so unique: They are made entirely of plastic instead of metal as usual. This makes it possible, for example, to transport chemically contaminated liquids that would otherwise damage metal pumps.

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Alstom

Alstom was founded in France in 1928, and today it operates in over 60 countries. This giant of the transport industry gets people where they need to go and offers an extensive range of products and services: Alstom produces the high-speed TGV train, as well as manufacturing urban trains, subways and trams, and provides services, infrastructure, signal technology and digital mobility solutions.

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COMPANIES WE HAVE HELPED SO FAR

HERE YOU CAN FIND A SELECTION OF OUR CLIENTS

Even after the successful completion of the project, we have remained in close contact with many of them. Some are also Staufen’s BestPractice partners.

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