Reduction in Relief Worker Costs in Nissan Motor Company
Reduction in heavy lifting
Takt overrun solved
An aging workforce meant extra costs in relief workers
Nissan needed to cut extra spending on relief workers due to inefficient production processe; the car giant looked to implement automation. The firm looked to reduce takt time, eliminating the need to use relief workers and therefore saving spend.
The automotive giant faced an issue of an aging workforce and loss of skills
Employees are responsible for processing and assembling machine parts
As one of the most recognisable car brands in the world, Nissan Motor Company was facing a problem. In addition to a need for more streamlined production processes at its Yokohama large-scale plant...