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Leveraging diverse talents and individual strengths

Written by Steve Roger, Global Managing Director of Lauras International Erica recently shared a great blog on how manufacturing professionals can…

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The Carrot Conflict

Written by Jason Gledhill, Head of Reliable Maintenance at Lauras International Whilst preparing Sunday lunch an incident happened that highlighted the fact that…

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Where is your hidden zone?

Written by Erica Bassford, Head of Aspire at Lauras International During a recent management training course I was asked if…

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Slay your “Corridor of Uncertainty”

Written by Adrian Oliver, Engagement Leader, Lauras International I was watching the recent Test Match between England and Australia when…

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5 ways to identify opportunity

Written by Jeremy Praud, Head of UK & Europe Taking cost out of your manufacturing operation so that your unit…

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Written by Graham Wilkinson, Senior Consultant, Lauras International ‘Standardisation’ means setting a standard, as well as bringing a condition into conformance…

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Inspiring the people in our business to understand how they can improve and the business can therefore develop, is an important building block in our drive for improving efficiency within our business. Engaging everyone in the business to realise that we can be better and any little improvement drives down to the bottom line. This has been seen both in the way the staff have engaged and enjoyed the experience and the evidence of reduced costs has helped the business to become more efficient. This process never stops but it is the tools that have been developed by Lauras International that has allowed us to deliver this important work at both our potato pack houses.

Fraser Scott, Head of Farming Operations Arable/Potatoes

I believe that the project has been the catalyst for some big changes in the way we operate and think. Your presence, support, enthusiasm and ability to engage the personnel involved has been integral to this.

Keith Bassett, Plant Manager, KR Castlemaine