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FLEXO Magazine : April 2010
42 FLEXO april 2010 www.flexography.org eration and re-look at our practices and procedures,” Wilbur stressed. “Lean is a continuous journey.” Harley elaborated, “You don’t implement Lean—No start, no finish. It’s a way of doing business. Our focus is on elimina- tion of waste in every form. We take small steps to process change.” Both men cited the example of compressing work stations to shorten the actual number of footsteps operators must take to assess job-related materials. “ Today, we keep everything at the operator’s fingertips and continue to look at what is getting in the way of doing work,” Harley said. “ If necessary, we move machinery (reposition) to facilitate a bet- ter workflow. Set-up is staged. Traceability comes into play on a job running on the eight-color Miraflex. admiral packaging’s 10-color NOVaFlEX—one of three presses currently in service at the facility. PlaNts & PrOcEssEs FLXApril10_v1.indd 42 4/9/10 11:44 PM
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