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06.04.2016 09:00-17:00 Wuerth Industrial Park Shenyang

LEAN Day 2016 - Best practices in LEAN management

Fee: German Chamber Member: free | Non-Member: RMB 150

Due to the more and more competitive market environment and rapid changes of macroeconomic conditions in China, it becomes more and more crucial for Chinese companies as well as local German enterprises to improve their manufacturing, administration and support processes by the means of LEAN principles and tools. For this reason LEAN management is still a widely recognized and often discussed approach that not only supports the concept of continuous improvement, but also comprises long-term principles to systematically achieve changes in processes in order to improve efficiency and quality.


With the aim to support this significant approach and organize a valuable communication platform for LEAN experts and local company representatives to exchange the latest industry information, share ideas and best practices among the participants, we herewith sincerely invite you to the upcoming "LEAN Day" on April 06, 2016 at Wuerth Industrial Park Shenyang.


Agenda:
09:00 - 09:15 Registration

09:15 - 10:00 Welcoming remarks / Introduction
Dr. Gunnar Wiessner, Managing Director, Wuerth (China) Holding
Reiner Haberstock, General Manager, Arnold Fasteners


10:00 - 12:00 Learner-centered Trainings (incl. 5S) for China - Implications of the Research Project "kuLtig"
Despite the great need of companies in China for well-qualified workers, vocational training in China still has some pitfalls. Vocational training in China is lacking action and problem orientation, resulting in unsuccessful learning outcomes. As a solution for this problem, we present a systematic approach to offer learner-centered trainings for China. Our results show the applicability of this approach and therefore offer practitioners guidance for designing vocational trainings, such as LEAN management (e.g. web-based 5S trainings).
Maike Holzmueller, Project Manager, Chinese Center Hanover
Andreas Kaiser, Project Staff, Ingenium Institute
Andreas Janson, Project Manager, Kassel University
Marian Thiel de Gafenco, Project Staff, Kassel University


12:00 - 13:00 Lunch break

13:00 - 14:00 Open Park Factory Tour
Visiting manufacturing facilities located in Wuerth Industrial Park Shenyang
Jens Li, Director, Wuerth Industrial Park Shenyang

14:00 - 15:00 LEAN Transformation projects - Case study: Shenyang Machine Tools (SMTCL)

• How to create awareness and motivation for change in a state-owned enterprise (SOE)

• Introduction One-Piece-Flow assembly in Turning Machine production of SMTCL

• Introduction One-Piece-Flow in internal logistics

• Results of SMTCL Lean Transformation project

• Examples of other successful Lean Transformation projects in China
Franz-Michael Oppermann, Head of Shenyang Branch, STAUFEN Consulting Academy

15:00 - 15:30 Coffee break / Networking

15:30 - 16:30 LEAN Logistics: Best Practice Transport Optimization Approaches
Introduction of a generic strategy framework and Best-Practice approaches to optimize transport processes in China such as inbound (raw material) deliveries, interplant/warehouse-shuttle deliveries, or outbound (product) deliveries.
Dennis Behnke, Head of Logistics, CWS Consulting GmbH

16:30 - 17:00 Coffee break / Networking


Language: English


Fee: German Chamber Member: free | Non-Member: RMB 150


Venue: Wuerth Industrial Park, No. 119 Jianshe Road, Dadong District, Shenyang 110122
伍尔特沈阳工业园, 沈阳欧盟经济开发区, 建设路119号, 沈阳 110122


Contact: Mr. Jan Carl Block I block.jan@bj.china.ahk.de I +86 170 7080 4755


Registration: until April 5, 2016 here


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