At Boston Industrial Consulting, we work to refine and integrate manufacturing and engineering processes to make your assembly line more efficient. Our goal is to shorten your lead time to product launch, shorten product times and reduce work in progress inventories. We streamline your production line, explore alternative production line scenarios, compile cost data and help you define how products are to be manufactured for manufacturing optimization.
BIC was brought on by AIS as the industrial engineering consultant to assist in the development of a layout for the facility. When consolidating the AIS operations, it was critical to develop a detailed inventory of existing equipment as well as a workflow analysis of the various production processes.
Belimo Americas, located in Danbury, CT is a leading manufacturer of Valves and Actuators for the HVAC and Water Flow business. Boston Industrial led Belimo through a significant programming, budgeting, construction and relocation project that helped the company double their space and output.
The Boston Industrial-Philips relationship began in 1996 when BI assisted Philips (formerly Hewlett Packard) with supply chain and manufacturing projects for its Healthcare Systems Group located on the Andover, MA campus. The relationship extends over 17 years and 20 projects.
Boston Industrial completed a current state assessment for Line Assembly, Build-to-Order Manufacturing and support Warehouse and Repair operations located in three buildings in San Jose, CA. The scope of this project included: medical device manufacturing, reagent manufacturing, warehousing, and the repair center.
Autodesk, opened its latest (BUilding, Innovation, Learning, and Design) space in South Boston waterfront’s Innovation and Design Center. They hired Boston Industrial to assist in the design and outfit of the new Incubator facility which focused on bringing Autodesk’s vision of “Imagine, Design, and Create” to the community.
Boston Scientific involved Boston Industrial Consulting in the optimization of outbound operations for the new Distribution Center, to allow for quicker turn-around times and increased volume while maintaining Six Sigma accuracy. The new, automated DC involved a full overhaul of its technology, software and systems integration methodology.