“Show me a plant with a poor safety record, and I’ll show you a plant that has lots of other performance issues as well. I have never seen a high-performing plant that had a poor safety record.”

  • Fast, Larry E. The 12 Principles of Manufacturing Excellence. CRC Press, 2012.

⚠️The High Cost of Equipment-related Safety Incidents

We all have a vested interest in workplace safety, which is, without doubt, a foundational element of a sound business. Tangentially tied to the human cost of injury, death, and hardships endured by affected workers’ families are the costs associated with regulatory noncompliance, increased health insurance and workers’ compensation costs, and decreased productivity. Plants with poor safety records consequently struggle with time away cases, decreased worker engagement, and increased reliance on overtime or temporary workers.


Manufacturers and their equipment suppliers must share an environment and a culture that fosters a safety mindset. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (https://www.bls.gov/iif/), contact with objects or equipment averaged 30% of workplace fatalities in manufacturing between 2016 and 2020. For non-fatal injuries involving days away from work in 2020, 33% of safety events were due to being struck, caught in, or compressed by an object or equipment.


👷‍♂️ Our Safety Path

As a supplier of automation machinery of exceptional quality, MEMCO takes seriously its responsibility to deliver safe, reliable equipment that adheres to industry standards and best practices.

  • Robotics: We follow “inherent safe design” guidelines and protective measures (ANSI/RIA R15.06) that eliminate or adequately reduce risks associated with industrial robots and robot systems. These include technologies such as FANUC’s Dual Check Safety (DCS) system, which makes safe operating distances (ISO 13855) in a smaller footprint possible.
  • Automation: We meet the requirements and follow recommendations for the design and integration of safety‐related parts of control systems (ISO 13849) in automated machinery with Category 3 architecture for electrical and control circuitry. This provides a redundant structure such that no single component failure causes the loss of protection.
  • Component selection: We source electrical and mechanical devices and controllers readily available in the market and widely used in the industry. These parts meet the industry standards above (Category 3 compatible) and are produced by suppliers with a long track record of reliability, service, and support.
  • Testing and validation: As a matter of sound engineering practice, we complete rigorous acceptance testing at our shop and the customer’s site, meeting mutually agreed-upon success criteria.


🚀 MEMCO Is Your Safety Partner

MEMCO seeks to be a key partner in the manufacturing sector’s safety improvement journey. Contact us and see how we can help accelerate your industrial transformation strategy.

🌐 An Overview of Safety Standards

Manufacturers must remain focused on operator safety as they continue to increase automation in their factories. ISO 13849 and IEC 61508 lay out the requirements for the safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) and electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems, respectively, for high demand and continuous modes of operation.

🔌 Single vs. Dual Channel Structures

Safety circuits are vital components in automated machinery, designed to protect personnel and equipment from potential hazards. The ISO standard defines single-channel and dual-channel (or redundant) structures for electrical safety circuits, which are broken up into categories.

  • Category B: Category B is a single-channel circuit at the most basic performance level, using components that meet typical circuit conditions such as voltage and current ratings. These components must be suitable for the application and given environment. A single fault in the safety circuit could compromise the safety function of the device.
  • Category 1: Category 1 is similar to Category B in function but uses “well-tried safety principles” and “well-tried components” recognized by ISO or tested by their manufacturers to meet a component safety standard.
  • Category 2: This category employs periodic scans of the system to detect faults. The machine’s control system monitors the safety functionality and halts operation if a fault is detected. A loss of safety function could happen between scans.
  • Category 3: Category 3 is a dual-channel structure where a single fault in the circuit would not cause a loss of safety function due to redundancy. A comparison between single- and dual-channel structures is shown in Fig. 1.
  • Category 4: Category 4 is of the highest safety reliability, combining the structure of Category 3 with onboard diagnostics to monitor for faults. This category of safety circuit can maintain function with an accumulation of faults.


Fig 1. A typical emergency stop (e-stop) push-button with one normally open (NO) and two normally closed (NC) contacts. A single-channel structure (a) with one fault (failure to open) would result in a loss of safety protection, while the dual-channel structure of Category 3 or 4 (b) has a redundant input signal.

🤖 Safety programmable logic control (PLC) devices

Safety PLCs have the benefits of 1) reducing the size and complexity of wiring typically found with traditional safety relays and 2) simplifying future expansion and modification since physical infrastructure changes (e.g., rewiring and adding panels/components) are minimized. They are designed to provide control and safety measures for automated equipment and include programming dedicated to error detection. Safety PLCs continuously monitor input signal status to detect malfunctions and are held to high standards for software integrity and lifecycle testing.

🚀 MEMCO’s Delivers Safety and Reliability

MEMCO’s controls engineering team designs automation and robotic systems with your operators’ safety in mind using dedicated safety PLCs, dedicated safety input-output (I/O) modules, the latest robot safety system technologies, and Category 3-rated devices.

Contact us (https://memco.ai/contact) and see how we deliver safe, reliable machinery that complies with standards and best practices of the automated manufacturing industry.


  1. ISO 13849-1:2023, Safety of machinery – Safety-related parts of control systems – Part 1: General principles for design. International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
  2. IEC 61508-1:2010, Functional safety of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic safety-related systems – Part 1: General requirements. International Electrotechnical Commission.

We’re excited for what 2024 holds for the F&B/CPG manufacturing sector and MEMCO.

We recently held our Annual Kickoff and aligned the entire MEMCO organization around our north star: driving real Industrial Transformation outcomes for our F&B manufacturing clients. The energy and enthusiasm were palpable as we celebrated our achievements in 2023 and set the stage for the remarkable period of growth in 2024. The annual kickoff served as a platform to align our team’s vision, values, and skills to our core values, fostering a sense of unity and purpose.

To support this growth, we’ve hired some of the best and brightest engineers within this space, to include:

  1. Jon Winn – Sr. Automation and Controls Engineer
  2. Stefan Rust – Automation Engineer
  3. Ford Carmack – Project Manager
  4. Connor Rucker – Application Engineer

In addition to enhancing our culture, these talented individuals bring a wealth of experience which our clients will benefit from.

At MEMCO, we understand the importance of staying ahead in the ever-evolving landscape of Industrial Transformation. Our direct interface with client CXOs through our innovative Future Now program enables us to accelerate IX strategies. We’re not just a technology provider; we’re a strategic partner in navigating the future of manufacturing.

The success of MEMCO’s unique approach is evident in the outcomes our clients achieve. In 2023 our clients averages a 40% reduction in Cost of Goods Manufactured. Our commitment to delivering superior outcomes in the Food and Beverage Manufacturing sector has  solidified our position as the number one partner for Industrial Transformation.

Why MEMCO Is Your Ideal Partner:

  1. Expertise: Our team comprises F&B/CPG manufacturing experts.
  2. Innovation: The Future Now program reflects our commitment to staying at the forefront of technological innovation and helps your team rapidly adopt new and innovative manufacturing processes.
  3. Results-Driven Approach: MEMCO’s Future Now program delivers significant productivity gains to our clients; with an average reduction in COGM of 40%.

As MEMCO dives into 2024 with a focus on growth, we invite F&B CXOs to join us on this exciting journey. The future is now, and MEMCO is leading the way.

🌐 MEMCO: The Preferred System Integrator for Industrial Transformation in F&B Manufacturing within Private Equity Portfolios

In the dynamic landscape of Food & Beverage manufacturing, Private Equity firms are increasingly turning to MEMCO as the preferred System Integrator to drive impactful Industrial Transformation initiatives. The recent success story with Whisps, a market leader in healthy snacks, exemplifies why MEMCO stands out in this arena.

🚀 Why MEMCO?

1. Future Now Program: MEMCO’s Future Now program takes Industrial Transformation (IX) beyond the traditional approach. By driving IX strategies from the top-down, we ensure alignment from the leadership to the frontline. This holistic approach ensures that every aspect of the transformation is seamlessly integrated and owned throughout the organization. This is particularly helpful when a Private Equity backed company is going through an organization re-design; moving from a family owned operation to a more commercialized business.

2. Kaizen-Style Approach: Our Kaizen-style methodology ensures continuous improvement and total alignment. The iterative nature of our approach allows for constant feedback loops, fostering a culture of adaptability and innovation. This ensures that the IX strategies evolve organically and stay relevant to the ever-changing needs of F&B manufacturing.

3. Ownership at Every Level: One of the key differentiators is our commitment to transferring skills and knowledge from MEMCO to the frontline. Through our Future Now program, we empower the frontline workforce with the necessary training to own and operate the new robotic technology. This not only ensures a smoother transition but also instills a greater sense of ownership and pride in the workforce.

🌟 The Whisps Success Story: Kainos Capital, a middle market private equity firm with an exclusive focus on the food and consumer sector based on their Change Capital strategy chose to partner with MEMCO when seeking to transform Whisps. Whisps’ journey from reliance on Co-Packers to becoming a market leader in healthy snacks is a testament to the Kainos Capital Change Capital strategy and MEMCO’s transformative capabilities. A 65% reduction in labor requirements and doubled throughput were achieved not just through automation but through a comprehensive approach that engaged every level of the organization.

🔗 Connect with MEMCO for Future-Ready Industrial Transformation: Are you a Private Equity firm looking to elevate your portfolio companies in the F&B manufacturing sector? Connect with MEMCO for a Future-Ready Industrial Transformation that ensures not just technological advancements but a cultural shift that resonates from the top leadership to the frontline workforce.

🚀 MEMCO – Where Future Now Happens Today! #MEMCO #IndustrialTransformation #FutureNowProgram #SystemIntegration #FoodAndBeverage #PrivateEquitySuccess 


Happy New Year! As we step into 2024, it brings us immense joy to share some exciting developments within our MEMCO team. The beginning of a new year marks not only a time for reflection but also an opportunity for growth and transformation.

Welcoming New Talent

We’re thrilled to announce the recent additions to our MEMCO team. Our commitment to excellence and innovation in the field of industrial automation has attracted some of the brightest minds in the industry. At our Annual Kickoff we’re welcoming four new Engineers to the team with a diverse set of skills. These talented individuals bring a wealth of experience and expertise that will undoubtedly elevate our capabilities and contribute to the success of our clients in the Food and Beverage Manufacturing sector.

Each new team member shares our passion for Industrial Transformation, and together, we are poised to take on new challenges and push the boundaries of what’s possible in automation.

Navigating the Landscape of Cost Optimization

In an ever-evolving manufacturing landscape, the need to streamline operations and take cost out of the sector has never been more critical. The global economy demands efficiency, sustainability, and adaptability from businesses. At MEMCO, we recognize the challenges faced by the Food and Beverage Manufacturing industry, and we firmly believe that automation is a key element to overcoming these challenges.

The Role of Automation in Cost Efficiency

Automation isn’t just about cutting-edge technology; it’s a strategic investment in the future of your business. By integrating automated solutions into your manufacturing processes, you not only enhance operational efficiency but also create a pathway to significant cost savings. From improved production speed to minimized waste, the benefits of automation are manifold.

In the coming weeks, we’ll delve deeper into specific case studies, success stories, and industry trends that highlight the transformative power of automation in the Food and Beverage Manufacturing space.

Join Us on the Journey

As we embark on this new year, we invite you to join us on this journey of growth and innovation. Stay tuned to our blog for insights, updates, and thought leadership pieces that explore the vast potential of industrial automation.

Thank you for being an integral part of the MEMCO community. Here’s to a year filled with progress, collaboration, and the continued pursuit of excellence.


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CPG manufacturers are caught in a pincer as the world of manufacturing continues to evolve at an accelerating pace and the skilled labor market falters at the same time. More and more of the mechanically inclined and hard-working Baby Boomer generation are retiring at a rate of 10,000/day. At MEMCO, we hear our clients tell us time and again that they are battling raw goods price increases, shrinking labor availability, understaffed engineering teams and increasing consumer reluctance to accept increasing prices. These pressures all create a difficult environment for CPG manufacturers to thrive in.

Increasingly, these manufacturers are turning towards MEMCO for innovation and Industrial Transformation as a way to stay ahead of the curve. Through a combination of machinery, robotics, digital assets, and data analytics all bundled into a Kaizen approach of Continuously Improving on an operation, these companies are able to massively reduce their costs and exposure to risk. In a post-Covid world, de-risking and doing more with less is such a common boardroom conversation it has become almost cliché. We at MEMCO live for those conversations and will happily discuss any ways to improve a business from the intricacies of a PM schedule with a Maintenance Manager all the way to nuances of a balance sheet with a CFO to find alignment across an organization.

MEMCO’s clients appreciate the approach of the Future Now program to help them achieve these goals of reducing cost and risk. Through this, MEMCO brings together cross-functional teams to align on a cohesive Industrial Transformation for a plant or series of plants nationwide. This involves MEMCO bringing a full team of Industrial, Electrical and Mechanical engineers along with sophisticated Business Analysts, all coming together to present solutions to a company’s Apex problems.

No longer do you have to be concerned about how a project will be justified or whether an engineering team wrote an RFP in just the right language so that multiple engineering firms are able to provide the right solution you’ve pictured. MEMCO will work directly with your team from the shop floor to the C-Suite and make sure all team members are aligned on the most effective methods of improving an operation. Our clients have told us how they’ve appreciated being able to focus on solving problems rather than spending their working hours trying to schedule all the right teams together to scrounge their shop floor and accounting software to try to find exactly the right problem to solve to make sweeping changes.

Experience the future of manufacturing with MEMCO as we use our experience visiting and implementing value-added solutions to thousands of CPG and F&B plants to help enable sustainable growth and massively reduce the risk in your operation.

In the ever-evolving landscape of the Consumer Packaged Goods manufacturing industry, a significant shift is imminent – the Silver Tsunami. As the baby boomer generation enters retirement, this tidal wave of experienced and dedicated talent departure will transform the way work is done on the manufacturing shop floor.

Are you ready for the silver tsunami?

The retiring baby boomer machine operators brought with them years of experience and a wealth of knowledge, valuing hands-on expertise and time-tested practices. They preferred a more traditional approach to technology, often relying on their skills and instincts. On the other hand, the rising Gen Z workforce embraces technology as an integral part of their lives. They are tech-savvy, adaptable, and thrive on continuous learning.

To ensure seamless integration of Gen Z operators, manufacturers should cater to their unique work styles and preferences. Manufacturing equipment needs to be designed with intuitive user interfaces, enabling Gen Z to effortlessly navigate through the complexities of modern systems. By doing so, we empower this new generation to leverage their natural technological prowess to drive efficiency and innovation on the shop floor.

Thoughtful equipment designs also play a crucial role in making preventative maintenance tasks more manageable. By providing Gen Z operators with equipment that simplifies maintenance processes and offers easily accessible information, they can proactively address potential issues and maintain the machinery with confidence.

Furthermore, embracing PLC Line Control is another game-changer for the industry. By providing real-time data insights to Gen Z operators, we cater to their data-driven decision-making preferences. This allows them to optimize processes, enhance efficiency, and streamline production based on evidence and statistics.

We understand the significance of harnessing the potential of the Silver Tsunami and catering to the distinctive work styles and preferences of Gen Z machine operators. Embracing this transformation will undoubtedly position agile consumer packaged goods manufacturing operations at the forefront of innovation, productivity, and success in the industry’s new era.

Together, let’s ride the Silver Tsunami towards a prosperous and data-driven future for the industry.

If you’d like help modernizing your factory operations, please don’t hesitate to contact us at info@memco.ai

In the rapidly evolving landscape of Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) manufacturing, embracing automation and robotics has become essential to stay competitive. Yaskawa Motoman, a renowned leader in industrial robotics, offers a range of solutions tailored to the unique needs of the CPG sector. In this blog post, we’ll dive into a thorough analysis of Yaskawa Motoman robots, exploring their benefits not only as robot solutions but also as a business. By the end, you’ll understand why robots on the factory floor are crucial and discover the best use case examples with the strongest Return on Investment (ROI).

  1. Unparalleled Performance and Precision: Yaskawa Motoman robots have gained a reputation for their exceptional performance and precision. Whether it’s pick-and-place tasks, palletizing, packaging, or assembly operations, these robots deliver consistent results with remarkable speed and accuracy. By leveraging their advanced kinematics, vision systems, and intelligent programming, CPG manufacturers can achieve unparalleled quality and efficiency, resulting in enhanced product output and customer satisfaction.
  2. Streamlined Workflow and Efficiency: The integration of Yaskawa Motoman robots optimizes workflow and efficiency on the factory floor. These robots excel in repetitive and labor-intensive tasks, eliminating human error and reducing cycle times. By automating processes such as material handling, sorting, and machine tending, manufacturers can unlock significant productivity gains and reallocate human resources to more value-added roles. The result? Streamlined operations, increased throughput, and improved overall efficiency.
  3. Flexibility and Adaptability: One of the standout benefits of Yaskawa Motoman robots is their flexibility and adaptability. With a wide range of models and configurations available, these robots can be tailored to meet the specific needs of diverse CPG manufacturing applications. They can effortlessly handle variations in product sizes, shapes, and packaging requirements, accommodating evolving market demands and enabling rapid product changeovers. This versatility empowers manufacturers to respond quickly to market trends and seize new opportunities.
  4. Enhanced Workplace Safety: Creating a safe working environment is a top priority for every manufacturing facility. Yaskawa Motoman robots are equipped with advanced safety features, including collision detection, built-in safety controllers, and collaborative capabilities. By integrating these robots into the production line, manufacturers can minimize the risk of accidents and injuries associated with manual labor. This not only ensures the well-being of the workforce but also helps companies comply with stringent safety regulations.
  5. Strong Return on Investment (ROI) and Use Case Examples: Yaskawa Motoman robots offer tangible ROI, making them a wise investment for CPG manufacturers. Some of the strongest use cases with compelling ROI include:
    • Packaging and Palletizing: Yaskawa Motoman robots excel in automating packaging and palletizing processes. By leveraging their speed, precision, and adaptability, manufacturers can significantly increase packaging throughput, reduce labor costs, and improve overall product consistency.
    • Pick and Place: In applications where high-speed, repetitive picking and placing are required, Yaskawa Motoman robots deliver exceptional results. They ensure consistent quality, reduce cycle times, and free up human resources for more complex tasks.
    • Machine Tending: Yaskawa Motoman robots are adept at tending machines, such as CNC machines or injection molding systems. By automating these tasks, manufacturers can improve production uptime, minimize errors, and boost overall equipment efficiency.
    • Quality Control and Inspection: Yaskawa Motoman robots can be equipped with advanced vision systems for quality control and inspection tasks. They can accurately detect defects, measure dimensions, and ensure product compliance, reducing scrap rates and enhancing product quality.

Yaskawa Motoman robots are a game-changer for CPG manufacturers, offering unmatched performance, flexibility, and ROI. By embracing automation and integrating these robots into their production processes, manufacturers can unlock significant efficiency gains, streamline operations, and enhance workplace safety. Whether it’s packaging, palletizing, pick and place, or quality control, Yaskawa Motoman robots are versatile solutions that can elevate productivity and drive business success.

By leveraging Yaskawa Motoman’s capabilities with MEMCO, you can transform your manufacturing operations, gain a competitive edge, and meet the evolving demands of the industry.

If you’re ready to explore the possibilities of integrating Yaskawa Motoman robots into your CPG manufacturing facility or need expert guidance on implementing automation solutions, our team at MEMCO is here to assist you. Contact us today to embark on a journey of increased efficiency, productivity, and success.

We are excited to share valuable insights on advanced SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) solutions and their transformative benefits for CPG manufacturers. Today, we delve into the realm of SCADA’s game-changing potential, offering new horizons for even the most advanced manufacturers in the CPG industry.

Maximizing Operational Efficiency:

Have you explored the untapped potential of advanced SCADA? Beyond its core functions of monitoring and control, this technology holds the key to unlocking unparalleled operational efficiency for manufacturers. By leveraging real-time data acquisition, analysis, and intelligent decision-making capabilities, advanced SCADA streamlines workflows, reduces costly downtime, and eliminates bottlenecks.

Picture a scenario where your production line automatically detects anomalies, triggering automated corrective actions while providing detailed insights for root cause analysis. This level of automation optimizes your team’s focus on strategic initiatives, fostering innovation and driving significant productivity improvements.

Predictive Maintenance Unleashed:

Traditional maintenance practices are reactive and often expensive, but advanced SCADA changes the game entirely. Equipped with machine learning algorithms and predictive analytics, it enables proactive maintenance strategies. By leveraging real-time sensor data, historical patterns, and predictive models, SCADA can detect subtle changes in performance, identify equipment degradation, and predict failures before they occur.

Envision a scenario where SCADA accurately predicts maintenance needs and schedules interventions at optimal times, preventing unexpected breakdowns and maximizing the lifespan of critical assets. This shift from reactive to predictive maintenance not only slashes costs but also significantly boosts uptime while extending the life cycle of essential equipment.

Empowering Operational Agility:

In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, operational agility is the key to success. And advanced SCADA serves as your secret weapon. With its flexible and scalable architectures, SCADA empowers manufacturers to swiftly adapt to market demands, seamlessly integrate new equipment, and effortlessly respond to process modifications.

Imagine the ease of introducing new product lines, adjusting batch sizes, or implementing process improvements without major downtime or extensive reengineering. Advanced SCADA empowers manufacturers to achieve operational agility, ensuring competitiveness and unlocking new growth opportunities.

Furthermore, when SCADA converges with cutting-edge technologies like AI Vision System-powered co-robots and cloud computing, it revolutionizes remote monitoring, data-driven decision-making, and fosters cross-departmental collaboration.

By embracing advanced SCADA solutions, CPG manufacturers gain a competitive edge in their industry. They witness increased operational efficiency, proactive maintenance strategies, and the ability to swiftly adapt to market dynamics. It’s time to leverage the transformative power of advanced SCADA to drive success in your operations.

Stay tuned for our upcoming blog posts where we will delve deeper into the capabilities and practical implementation of advanced SCADA in the CPG manufacturing domain.

In today’s competitive landscape, ensuring a return on investment (ROI) for Capital Expenditure (CapEx) projects has become a significant challenge. Many projects fail to deliver the expected results, leaving organizations wondering where things went wrong.

In this blog post, we will explore why many CapEx projects fall short and present a framework that can help navigate your organization around some pretty big icebergs with hidden pitfalls and yield better outcomes: taking a Lean manufacturing, kaizen-inspired approach to designing engineered solutions.

So, let’s dive in and uncover the insights that can help drive success with your big CapEx projects

  • The Pitfalls of Traditional CapEx Approaches: Traditional CapEx projects often suffer from common pitfalls that hinder their ability to achieve the expected ROI. These include:
    • Inadequate Front-End Planning: Insufficient planning and analysis during the project initiation phase can lead to a lack of clarity regarding objectives, scope, and expected outcomes.
    •  Siloed Decision-Making: CapEx decisions made in isolation, without sufficient cross-functional collaboration and input, may fail to address the broader operational and business needs.
    • Overemphasis on Technology: Placing excessive focus on advanced technology without considering process optimization and employee engagement can lead to underutilization and suboptimal results.
  • Embracing Lean Manufacturing Principles: To overcome these challenges, a Lean manufacturing approach can significantly enhance CapEx project success. Here’s why:
    • Holistic Problem-Solving: Lean principles encourage a holistic view of operations, focusing not only on technology but also on process optimization, waste reduction, and continuous improvement. By addressing root causes and streamlining workflows, Lean manufacturing enables efficient and effective utilization of CapEx investments.
    • Kaizen-Inspired Mindset: Embracing a kaizen-inspired mindset promotes a culture of continuous improvement. Engaging employees at all levels to contribute ideas, identify bottlenecks, and implement small, incremental changes fosters ownership and a sense of responsibility, resulting in improved operational performance.
    • Value Stream Analysis: Conducting value stream analyses helps identify areas of waste, such as excessive movement, overproduction, or waiting time. By optimizing these processes and eliminating non-value-added activities, CapEx projects can be aligned with the true needs of the organization, driving higher ROI.
    • Collaborative Design Thinking: Adopting a collaborative approach to CapEx projects can yield remarkable results. Engaging cross-functional teams and stakeholders throughout the design and planning phase ensures that various perspectives are considered. By involving operators, maintenance personnel, engineers, and other relevant parties, you tap into their knowledge and experience, leading to innovative and practical solutions.
    • Leveraging Digitalization: While Lean manufacturing emphasizes process optimization and employee engagement, it does not disregard the importance of technology. By leveraging digital tools, such as data analytics, IoT, and automation, you can amplify the impact of Lean practices. These technologies enable real-time monitoring, predictive maintenance, and data-driven decision-making, improving efficiency and overall performance.

Conclusion: CapEx projects are critical investments that demand a meticulous approach to achieve the desired ROI. By embracing Lean manufacturing principles, fostering a kaizen-inspired mindset, leveraging collaborative design thinking, and incorporating digitalization, you can enhance the success rate of your CapEx projects significantly.

Remember, success lies not only in advanced technology but also in optimizing processes, reducing waste, and engaging employees. By taking a Lean manufacturing approach, you can unlock the true potential of your CapEx investments and drive sustainable growth in your multi-site manufacturing operations.

Let’s embark on this journey of continuous improvement, operational excellence, and exceptional ROI together through MEMCO’s Future Now program.