TOWN OF MOUNT ROYAL, QC, June 12, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Cre-O-Pack is proud to announce it has recently completed a major renovation and reorganization project for its Town of Mount Royal offices. This project, representing a $325,000 investment and undertaken using a value-added management (VAM) process, included repositioning the entire staff to improve overall efficiency among work teams, while fostering an efficient and pleasant work environment.
Perennial quality, driving improvement
Cre-O-Pack's investments enable the company to offer perennial product quality while maintaining competitive prices. Firmly committed to value-added production (VAP) and value-added management (VAM) processes, the company constantly updates its work and quality assurance methods.
"These changes were planned to improve everyone's efficiency by limiting unnecessary mobility, explained Michel Champoux, President of Cre-O-Pack. We also wanted to desegregate the company's various departments to strengthen team spirit. Furthermore, we rolled out a new training program aimed at plant and office personnel to enable our employees to stay abreast of our industry best practices."
Cré-O-Pack is a Canadian leader in the design and manufacturing of high value-added packaging for air, ground and maritime shipping.
Active for 27 years, Cre-O-Pack boasts 75 employees at its Town of Mount Royal base plant and its Toronto office. Its order backlog includes the most prestigious names of the aeronautics, robotics and high tech sectors. Cre-O-Pack has earned itself choice market positioning through its focus on creativity, innovation and quality service.
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