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Customer Case Studies

MCP has extensive experience working with companies in Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drink, Manufacturing, Facilities Management, Transportation and Utilities. 

MCP works with companies worldwide, including:

British Energy, Thames Water, Veolia, Martifer Energy Systems, Repower, VESTAS, BMW, BOSCH, Webasto, Visteon, Tenneco automotive, Peugeot, BASF, Chemring, Cabot, Kraft, Chemtura, Diageo, ICI Paints PLC, UBS, KPMG, BAA, EMCOR, Amey, Muller Dairy, Johnson Controls, Martifer Constructions,  Cadburys, AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson and Johnson, Pfizer, TEVA UK, Wyeth Medical, Ocado, Reckitt Benckiser, Coca-Cola, Novartis, Warburtons, Logoplaste, Teva, Airbus, Otto, BRISA, Cooper Vision and Airbus.

Case studies – improving operational performance

Continuous Improvement at Warburtons – Warburtons worked with MCP to develop bakery excellence programmes which identified improvements in production and reduced costs across operations and maintenance.

Johnson and Johnson – Keen to Improve Manufacturing Performance at their South East Asia site, Johnson and Johnson needed significant gains quickly and asked MCP to help.

Diageo – Achieved AMIS World Class Operational Excellence resulting in a number of business benefits.

G3p MCP’s Portuguese partner worked with energy solution company Martifer to help them with organisational improvements

Enhancing people performance with training

MCP trainers work at Muller Dairy’s Shropshire site, in line with their shift patterns, to up-skill their mechanical technicians in City and Guilds electrical courses.  This not only ensures that the technicians are legally compliant, but it has also helped reduce production downtime.

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MCP working with the world’s second busiest airport – Dubai International

March 4, 2013

MCP Consulting and Training is working with Dubai International Airport to support their growth and vision to become the world’s largest international airport.  MCP is implementing an engineering change programme, this will facilitate best practice across its maintenance and engineering services and support their operational improvement programme. The improvement drive, centered on the implementation of a[.....]

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TPM Makes Significant Strides

September 28, 2012

- In the Journey Towards Operational Excellence Phil Tugwell, Associate Director with MCP, describes how Total Productive Maintenance (one of the key concepts of Lean Manufacturing) is transforming the maintenance operations within an international pharmaceutical organisation. Phil is the lead consultant on the organisation’s programme if increasing operational excellence. This article is in the Sep/Oct 2012[.....]

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Diageo’s road to AMIS success

September 11, 2012

Industrial Plant & Equipment Ireland – Diageo Kilkenny. Asset Management is a key aspect of Diageo’s way of building manufacturing excellence and by using AMIS, a vast improvement in plant performance, reliability and efficiency has been achieved at the company’s St Francis Abbery Brewery.

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The AMIS Journey to Operational Success

August 2, 2012

Over 300 years ago in 1710, John Smithwick began brewing his first ales, although Smithwick’s story started long before he chose the site of an ancient monastery, St Francis Abbey in Kilkenny City, to position his brewery, now a part of Diageo Beer.  John was inspired by a tradition of brewing on this site, the[.....]

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MCP Wins Change Programme to grow Dubai International Airport

July 19, 2012

MCP Consulting and Training is working with Dubai International Airport to support their growth and vision to become the world’s largest international airport.  Dubai, currently the world’s fourth busiest airport for international passenger and cargo traffic is on course to become the world’s largest international airport by 2015.  To help spearhead this the authorities have[.....]

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Diageo improves efficiency at its Cameronbridge Distillery

February 22, 2012

Diageo dramatically upped efficiency and production at its Cameronbridge distillery.  In partnership with MCP, Diageo’s Project Forth has driven a host of improvements to procedures, operations and facilities at the plant, which processes 4000t of grain weekly. Project Forth is a four year journey that will increase by 60%, due to be complete by July,”[.....]

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Diageo Runcorn

October 25, 2011

Read how drinks giant Diageo’s Runcorn beer packaging plant achieves World Class Maintenance and Operational Status with the help of MCP.  Tim Brown from the Manufacturer discovered that the journey to world class manufacturing status was more closely linked to the management of systems and human assets than machines. The application of AMIS, according to[.....]

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Matthew Walker, Northern Foods

July 22, 2011

Five years ago Matthew Walker was asked by their parent company Northern Foods, to undertake MCP’s Asset Management AMIS audit to develop a best practice benchmark. The entire Groups’ businesses were involved in the project, which initially focused on sharing best practice across a wide number of sites. Read full story in the Engineer

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Training Tailored to Brewery Needs

February 28, 2012

A Training Needs Analysis has been carried out by MCP Consulting and Training at Heineken’s Royal Brewery, Manchester.  Here, John Saysell, senior trainer with MCP explains what was involved. With an annual beer production of 139.2 million hectolitres, Heineken is the third largest brewer in the world. In the UK it operates four sites: Hereford,Manchester,[.....]

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Training leads to production gains at United Biscuits

October 6, 2011

In times when production efficiency is crucial, and plant uptime levels critical, a multi-skilled engineering workforce is an effective workforce.  Read the article from process and control which details how MCP trains the United Biscuits engineers in the skills they need to keep production running.

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Scottish Manufacturing Advisory Service raise awareness of Lean with MCP

October 25, 2010

The Scottish Manufacturing Advisory Service (SMAS) commissioned MCP Consulting and Training to develop a Lean toolkit for use by their in-house consultants in assisting manufacturing organisations throughout Scotland. The training, along with a Lean toolkit, also developed by MCP, ensured that SMAS consultants provide a superior and more consistent support service to ambitious organisations throughout[.....]

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