Auto parts supplier leaders earn Lean Six Sigma certification

2013-09-14T11:30:00Z Auto parts supplier leaders earn Lean Six Sigma certificationTimes staff
September 14, 2013 11:30 am  • 

Leaders at a Hammond-based auto supplier have earned certification in Lean Six Sigma, a system that encourages efficiency and continuous improvement in business operations.

Contract Services Group management members Larry Stribling, Mike Lenaburg and Mirko Marich all became certified Lean Six Sigma yellow belts.

"In our ongoing efforts as it relates to continuous improvement, we are proud to have received this designation," said Mirko Marich, president of Contract Services Group. "It serves as another step in achieving our goals of gaining process cost reductions, improved efficiencies, generating less waste, increasing customer satisfaction, and delivering even more reliable products and services."

Contract Services Group makes seating subassemblies for cars, does on-and-off site quality control inspections of auto parts, and also provides transloading, cross-docking and warehousing services.

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