Our vision for how we conduct business extends well beyond our walls. The communities we impact and the people who put our fluid process control systems to work day after day are integral considerations in the goals we set and in the steps we take to achieve them.
These considerations include the communities and generations of tomorrow, those who will depend on the resources that we leave behind. Developing and delivering industrial fluid process controls for a healthy planet requires that we pursue technologies that are sustainable and that support sustainable processes.
And we're doing just that. Viscosity stabilization through temperature control reduces or even eliminates dependence on harmful solvents, resulting in lower emissions, reduced scrap and rework, and a safer work environment. Advantages like these help to shape our vision for what tomorrow's businesses can be.
Saint Clair Systems is meeting the temperature and viscosity control needs of today in order to conserve the resources of tomorrow
Our sustained efforts in pursuing the elimination of waste have led to significant gains in productivity and recognition by the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center as one of Michigan's "Success Stories."
For an interesting perspective, click on one of the navigation icons in the photo to step through the images as a slideshow. For a more complete description and highlights of our lean transformation as a fluid process control system manufacturer, click here to download our Success Story PDF.
The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC) shares client feedback from the president of Saint Clair Systems. Saint Clair Systems engaged MMTC to help develop a strategic innovation plan for a lean transformation in temperature control.
Mike Bonner, Vice President of Engineering and Technology presents at the MMTC Lean Manufacturing conference and answers questions about our lean manufacturing implementation and its successes.