The NMCL (National Manufacturing Competitiveness Levels) is supported by major trade bodies, industry primes, and Original Equipment Manufacturers. Working across multiple manufacturing sectors, it provides a complete end-to-end development journey from IP centric start-ups to large manufacturers and from problem identification to solution implementation.
“The NMCL framework focuses on improving the competitiveness of businesses so they can deliver positive customer impact and growth. These are qualities that resonate with PMI’s approach so it’s a great fit for us”, said Managing Partner, Rebecca Seddon.
The NMCL is supported by SC21 (Supply Chains for the 21st Century) – an improvement programme designed to accelerate the competitiveness of the Aerospace industry by raising the performance of its supply chain.
£26million worth of Government matched funding has been earmarked for Automotive and Aerospace suppliers to access training and support from expert performance improvement consultancies, such as PMI. The focus of the programme is to help suppliers increase their productivity and strive for quality excellence.
About PMI’s selection Rebecca Seddon said;
“We have a long history and extensive client base in both the Automotive and Aerospace industries and we’re delighted to be able to bring our latest thinking and practice even further into the supply chain.”
PMI will be delivering training on three Improvement Modules; Manufacturing Operations; NPI and Lifecycle Management; Competitive Strategy and Management Systems.