Material Handling Consultants, Inc. is a World Class industrial engineering firm
which specializes in the planning, design, integration, and implementation
systems for the manufacturing, transportation, and distribution industries.
Material Handling Consultants is a World Class industrial engineering
consulting firm which specializes in the planning, design,
integration, and implementation of systems for the manufacturing, transportation, and distribution industries.
We serve, to represent our clients best interests by offering our exceptional
knowledge of the manufacturing, transportation, and distribution industries.
We offer our
experienced advisory and project managers to our clients so that they may better command the outcome
of their capital investments.
Typically, our services to clients begin with conceptual
planning services and continue through implementation and
start up. We supply, as needed by our clients, any or all of the services that are required to
implement the plans we develop, including detailed concept design,
simulation, financial analysis, equipment performance specifications
development, workforce training, procurement assistance, supplier
oversight, installation assistance, systems integration, engineering design, environmental services, construction management, design/build, and
even operations outsourcing.
We want to be there with your team to do what is
necessary to implement solutions that will help to make your project
clients has brought us continuing success.
focus on the process by which you run your business.
Every operation is dependent upon the integration of six major elements of
the Enterprise, including:
Incremental improvements made over
time influence the effectiveness of an operation. An improvement in any
one of the six major elements affects the Enterprise. Many small
improvements made over a period of time can actually
reduce operation efficiencies of the Enterprise. It may happen so slowly
that it becomes nearly impossible to detect.
must be sure of the effects a change may have upon other
activities within the facility and how they may
impact the upstream and downstream
must ask if the existing software packages can support the change.
must determine if the mechanical and electrical equipment support
the increased productivity.
must be sure any solution supports management's objectives.
must be absolutely sure a solution is within the technical capabilities of
the people charged with producing the end result.