Forum: BioTek Instruments, Inc. – Lean culture philosophies with a focus on Continuous Improvement
8:30 – 9:00 am – Registration
9:00 am – 12 Noon – Presentation, Facility tour, Q&A
100 Tigan Street, Winooski, VT
SEATING IS LIMITED – PLEASE REGISTER SOON!
LIMIT OF TWO (2) PEOPLE PER COMPANY
No open-toed or heeled shoes, please
BioTek Instruments, Inc., soon to be part of Aligent Technologies, is a global leader in the development, manufacture and sale of life science instrumentation, including imaging & microscopy, multi-mode detection, liquid handling and automation systems. Their philosophy transcends conventional thinking and challenges the status quo. They develop fresh, original solutions by unifying concepts that often appear to be opposed. It means to shape and reshape, to engineer, build, deliver and support products that best serve the marketplace by providing customers what they need, when they need it.
BioTek started its Lean journey in 1996 by implementing cellular manufacturing for a new product. Since then, Lean thinking and culture has continued to expand in the company. BioTek began working with VMEC in 2005 with a focus on Continuous Improvement. The initial focus was on supplying parts from its internal machine shop to assembly. Since then, BioTek and VMEC have partnered periodically to provide employee training to their growing workforce.
At this forum, BioTek will share its Lean culture philosophies around continuous improvement, employee engagement and a collaborative work environment.
Who should attend: Leaders and Lean thinkers at all levels of your organization.
There is NO FEE for this forum but you must pre-register.