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MCP Consulting Group Ltd is a UK based consultancy firm established in 1987. We are asset management consultants and business improvement specialists, that provide maintenance, reliability and asset management consulting solutions to help you continuously assess, improve and engage, delivering world class performance.


MCP are asset management consultants and business improvement specialists, that provide maintenance, reliability and asset management consulting solutions to help you continuously assess, improve and engage, delivering world class performance.

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Asset Management

MCPs asset management consultancy services enable the business to manage their assets and systems in a sustainable way.

Asset Management

Business Improvement

MCP’s business improvement programmes offer a series of changes to processes, systems, culture and working practices that deliver real business benefits.

Business Improvement

Cost Reduction

MCP's cost reduction services reflect the fact that the manufacturing environment has grown more complex in recent years and new technologies have evolved to meet these challenges. MCP has the required new knowledge to understand, implement and leverage these changes effectively.  

Cost Reduction


MCP provides training to ensure your operators, technicians, engineers and operational managers develop the required skills to enhance your organisations knowledge and processes. Training can be delivered at our centres in Reading, Solihull and Derby, we also have the facility to provide on-site training.

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Continuous Improvement

Continuous Improvement is an essential part of the ongoing drive for product, process and service quality. MCP’s range of CI programmes provide the tools for organisations to regularly review their business processes that drive constant and sustained improvements.

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Maintenance & Asset Management

Considered ‘best in class', these programmes enable businesses to manage their maintenance and assets in a sustainable way. Our methodologies optimise business performance through effective asset maintenance and whole-life cost approach.

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Technical Skills

Fast-changing regulations, rapidly advancing technology and customer aspirations, mean that it is essential to keep staff up to speed with developments in technology and regulations. By providing training, staff will be more motivated, more skilful and more productive.

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Upcoming Training Events

9 - 12 April, 2018

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 3

The Mechanical to Electrical – Part 3 programme builds confidence in fault finding and fixing within a wide range of electrical systems. Technicians will build on their electrical knowledge gained in previous modules so they can understand how to read drawings, successfully find faults and how t...

16 - 19 April, 2018

Maintenance Best Practice

MCP’s popular City & Guilds accredited Maintenance Best Practice interactive workshop provides an excellent understanding of the principles of effective maintenance. Companies increasingly need to make asset management a key part of the culture in order to remain cost competitive in their ope...

16 - 19 April, 2018

Mechanical to Electrical – Part 1

The Mechanical to Electrical – Part 1 4-day programme is designed for technicians who have no previous electrical background, to enable them to perform high frequency, low risk, first-line electrical maintenance tasks including safe isolation, replacement and testing of a range of common electrica...

23 - 26 April, 2018

Mechanical Maintenance Skills – Part 1

To gain hands-on practical experience in order to improve delegates’ mechanical skills, enabling them to successfully multi-skill in a variety of specialist areas involving pulleys/belts, sprockets/chains, bearings and pumps.

Our Process


The first process to improvement is to measure the current business and scope for improvement; identifying opportunities for reducing cost and improving efficiency levels. To break down the barriers to improvement.


The second process is to build a robust framework which provides structure for the workforce; improved employee morale, cooperation and organisational commitment; successful adoption of new processes and systems that deliver positive outcomes. To build stronger business communities


The final process to improvement is minimising cost and improving key performance measures; combining the knowledge and skills of the operations and maintenance teams; ensuring these are supported by the other business functions to achieve these goals. To drive sustainable business change.

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All around the globe!

Dave Porrill gets round! This is Dave delivering the J&J MAMC training in Mumbai last week. Dave’s specialist skills are in the field of production equipment maintenance and reliability strategies and systems within the FMCG environment. His international consulting prowess is across multiple geographies, by assisting sites to improve all aspects of maintenance and reliability … Read More

MCP offers a sound strategy

  MCP was delighted to host a Maintenance Strategy Day for Jaguar Land Rover at MCP’s Head Office in Solihull. Peter Gagg, CEO, hosted the session for 8 delegates. Sound strategy starts with having the right goal! The immediate feedback was very good with one delegate remarking: “Thank you very much for yesterday, we all … Read More

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