Six Sigma programme to enhance quality for cable gland firm

CMP FranciscoFrancisco Dominguez, CMP director of quality. (Image source: CMP)Cable gland and cleat manufacturer CMP has launched its Lean Six Sigma campaign in a bid to strengthen its reputation for quality and reliability

CMP products aim to have 60 per cent of its workers trained in the Lean Six Sigma programme, with more than 300 projects to be finalised within the next five years, the company said.

The firm has already rolled out 12 projects, with the incentive expected to have a positive impact on the CMP as the programme is delivered across the business.

“Lean Six Sigma forms one of the pillars of our newly implemented quality strategy, which in turn focuses on providing development opportunities for our people,” said Francisco Dominguez, CMP director of quality.

“With increased pressure in the our markets, the bar for quality standards is set higher than ever before, so CMP Products has a clear.”
The Lean Six Sigma campaign is one of many new projects CMP has undertaken. The projects range from initiatives to strengthen supplier relations to combating environmental issues.

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