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Sherwin-Williams to host Improving Workshop Efficiency course

Course designed to help collision centers incorporate lean production strategies and practical methods
Monday, June 24, 2013 - 07:53
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Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes will be hosting its next A-Plus™ University EcoLean™ Suite of Training Course Offerings with ‘Improving Workshop Efficiency’ at Milliron Auto Parts (2375 St. Rt. 39 NW) in Mansfield, Ohio, on July 24, 2013.

The exclusive EcoLean Suite of Training course from Sherwin-Williams is designed to educate attendees about maximizing profitability by improving productivity and eliminating waste throughout their facilities. Now is the right time to redesign your business model by utilizing the powerful principles of lean production. Lean collision repair shops are able to reduce internal costs and raise their level of output quality, while gaining a competitive advantage in their markets.

“This curriculum was developed specifically with collision shop operators in mind. Through it they will learn practical processes and useful tips on lean production’s application in collision repair and methods to make their collision shops more efficient, productive, and subsequently, more profitable.” says Troy Neuerburg, Director of Sales Excellence at Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes. “We aim to give our EcoLean Suite of Training course attendees an extensive and comprehensive look at how they can build a lean culture in their shop from the ground up.”

Neuerburg adds that, “Today more and more collision repair professionals ASK Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes to provide product and service solutions that benefit its thousands of collision shop customers. Programs like our EcoLean Suite of Training Course Offerings continue to demonstrate that environmentally sound business decisions can go hand-in-hand with the reduction of excessive work procedures and environmental waste.”

In particular, the ‘Improving Workshop Efficiency’ curriculum includes:
. Origins of Lean Production
. Running the Workshop More Efficiently and Effectively
. Raising the Output Quality while Lowering Operating Costs
. Capturing Increased Market Share through Continuous Improvement
. Maximizing Production and Profit Opportunities
. Developing Systems and Processes to help assure greater customer loyalty

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