In the previous article we have seen the advantages of using the ℮-sign. The costs can be reduced compared to a dosing system without the ℮-sign, the minimum quantity. This doesn’t mean that there can’t be a cost reduction, when the minimum quantity system is used. Continue reading “Saving money by optimizing your dosing / weighing system”
Category: Time for continuous improvement
An explanation of the estimated quantity sign (℮) for the weight or the volume
A system that is widely used in the European food industry is that of the estimated quantity (℮). This sign has nothing to do with the “E” used to indicate additives. The small ℮ appears next to the indication of the weight or volume (in g or kg, ml, or L).
Why ℮? Continue reading “An explanation of the estimated quantity sign (℮) for the weight or the volume”
A complaint? Take this opportunity!
A complaint is an opportunity, a chance. That’s what’s often stated. Normally we are happy with an opportunity. But, are we really happy when we receive a complaint? Continue reading “A complaint? Take this opportunity!”
How to liberate time for continuous improvement?
The quality manager is often missing time to work on continuous improvement. The daily tasks require a constant attention. Quality touches the whole organisation, making that you are always in great demand. Continue reading “How to liberate time for continuous improvement?”
My reasons to help you to improve your quality management system
Often people ask me why I started working as a quality consultant. A beautiful question to which I can always answer with pleasure: Continue reading “My reasons to help you to improve your quality management system”