As readers would readily relate or perhaps be aware of already, Salem is a place ripe with the food processing industry rather literally so to speak! So when you have a management philosophy that behooves efficiency and effectiveness in the manner in which activities are carried out, naturally industries most active in the Salem area would look to make the most of it. In this case as we mentioned it is the food processing industry and it is certainly cashing in on the opportunities that six sigma training in Salem has to offer.
Already if you see, there is an entire barrage of businesses in and around the Salem area which is actively involved in food processing – Kettle Foods, Inc. which is into potato chips; NORPAC Foods, Inc. that offers a wide variety of fruits and vegetables which it processes; and Oregon Fruit Products, Inc. which proudly offers plentiful fruits in their canned form under the Oregon brand. Without a doubt, this is one industry where there is absolutely ZERO margin for error; businesses have to ensure that every batch of products which go out of their factories or plants are processed thoroughly, free of even the slightest kind of contamination possible, and completely fit for human consumption. Moreover, when you have foods processed into a certain form under a particular brand or make, customers come to expect specific types of consistencies from the same, be it of taste, of flavor, of thickness, of form, of freshness, and so on.
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Such consistency is no doubt a lot harder to attain each and every time. Yet, it is something which has to be achieved whatever be the circumstances. It is under such instances that we find six sigma training in Salem making a very big contribution, since ensuring consistency in quality becomes a lot easier when there are six sigma principles at play.
One aspect which cannot be ignored under any circumstances is that of increased competition across a multitude of different spheres, with the food processing industry being no exception. Previously there was a time when these industries had only one or a few players; today there are so many of them, including many from overseas which are able to offer seemingly similar levels of quality at much lower prices. Under such circumstances, the rather obvious differentiator is quality, where six sigma training in Salem is making a very big positive difference, ensuring that high quality standards are first met, and then met, each and every time.
If it wasnt for this grounding in six sigma principles, things would certainly have been a whole lot tougher since food in particular offers so many different challenges with regard to its consistent level of production (of a certain quality and type), cold chain dynamics, and so on.
Yet amidst all of this, it is amply clear that six sigma training in Salem has made a huge contribution and will continue to do so in times to come.