The Steel Efficiency Review® process recommends operations and productions teams to make what the customer wants when they want it, pulling only what is ordered through your work flow. Overproducing causes business to tie up your cash flow in stock, raw materials, work in progress and finished goods.

Many businesses fail to eliminate over production as a waste as they simply can’t buy the raw materials required to service their customers because they have already put their cash into materials that are not required.


  • Large Batch Sizes
    Large batches are produced due to long set-up times on specific machines or processes, so businesses try to maximize throughput producing excess stock thinking they are doing the right thing, rather than producing what the customer wants.
  • Unreliable Legacy Processes
    We have uncovered many businesses run excess batches of stock creating enormous amounts of products where they could easily reduce the batches and improve their flow reducing lead times and improving customer service.
  • Unstable Schedules
    There is a distrust of suppliers and their ability to supply what is needed. So businesses order more than needed.
  • Inaccurate Information
    Working to inaccurate forecasts and guessing what customers will want in the future can invariably cause stress to many operational environments. The wrong products can be produced in excess burning cash and disappointing key customers at the same time.

The Steel Efficiency Review® aims to provide recommendations to support our customer’s business and at the same time improve our product and service offer.

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