Confirming Wunderlich-Malec’s commitment to Lean Manufacturing, the Winslow, Maine facility has become a member of the New England Lean Consortium located in Kennebunk, ME. The Winslow manufacturing facility opened in September 2001 to provide protective relay and control panels for the Power industry and process skips to the industrial markets. Since then, the business has expanded to meet the needs of the Modular Integrated Control House market.
The New England Lean Consortium is pleased to announce the addition of a new member, Wunderlich-Malec, a high end engineering company, providing customers with engineering, system integration and fabrication solutions for more than 35 years. Wunderlich-Malec is located in Winslow, ME.
Wunderlich-Malec has provided multi-million dollar control panel, modular enclosure and process/water skid contracts to major power, automotive, semiconductor, pharmaceutical, airport, municipal, and government facilities, as well as other industrial and government customers. Their 35 years of experience designing and installing high-level custom control panel projects, combined with their proven processes, ensure quality and eliminate surprises.
A Lean Consortium is a group of companies and organizations that get together to help each other on their Lean Continuous Improvement journey. Facilitated by a Lean CI professional and connected by a secure online resource and sharing portal, the Consortium brings together local companies and peers to share, learn and grow with each other on their Lean journey. Member Companies share Best Practices and Resources in order to bring their Continuous Improvement Program to the next level.
The New England Lean Consortium’s current members include companies from Maine, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.
For further information, contact Joe Rizzo at email@example.com or at
(207-400-4403). Visit us at www.NELeanconsortium.com