Bosch, BMGI tie-up for lean production services
Bosch along with Breakthrough Management Group International (BMGI), a global management consulting firm have entered into a strategic partnership to provide lean management services to Indian corporates.
“We are happy to share Bosch’s successful lean production system with Indian corporates and this exclusive partnership with BMGI, a recognized world leader in Lean Six Sigma methodology, is ideal,” Aravind Maiya, General Manager, Manufacturing Services, Bosch India, said.
Anurag Seksaria, Business Head at BMGI, said that the first 5-day jointly conducted programme on ‘Lean Transformation’ was well received by participants from organisations such as Titan, Crown Paints-Kenya, Larson and Toubro, Lewa Nikkiso Middle East FZE etc.
The programme was conducted at Bosch’s manufacturing facility in Adugodi, Bengaluru, to provide a reallife simulation to the participants. They were given an opportunity to use real workstations and products and create new line layouts using lean principles. K Y Balaji, a participant from Titan at the lean workshop said, “The programme provided excellent in-depth learning of new methods, with hands on practice and shop visit. I look forward to applying this knowledge at my workplace.”
Bosch operates in India through 12 companies and 18 manufacturing sites, and 7 development and application centers. It employs over 31,000 associates and generated consolidated revenue of about 19,204 crores in 2017.
BMGI partners with organizations to transform their business performance with a strong focus on delivering results. BMGI enables businesses to solve strategic, organisational and process problems. BMGI has partnered with organisations in various stages of their business life cycles and has delivered cumulative benefits to its clients worth several billion dollars with engagement ROI of 5:1 to 20:1.
In India, BMGI’s clients include leading Fortune 1000 global companies and other Indian companies from diverse industries such as financial services, IT/ ITES, airlines, chemicals, FMCG, discrete manufacturing, telecommunications, petrochemical, textiles, healthcare and energy.