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Manufacturing & Operational Excellence 2008

Embarking on the journey to master the best methodologies of Lean culture to increase productivity, reduce costs, shorten lead time and improve quality Renaissance Makati City Hotel, Manila 12th, 13th & 14th May 2008

To be successful one need to be able to deliver what the world markets demand and the best way to improve is to implement lean strategies. It eliminates waste, improves processes thereby leading to improved quality hence better profits.

"An environment where people have to think brings with it wisdom, and this wisdom brings with it kaizen (continuous improvement)" Teruyuki Minoura

Half-Day Plant Tour on Day Three

Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation *Panel Discussion with Toyota experts ­ Q&A sessions with Alden Sapit Vice President for Production Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation Kenji Kitamura Executive Vice President for Manufacturing / Production Control and Logistics Division Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation

Benefit from the practical experience and viewpoints of government, association and leading organisations:

Luis M Marcelino First Vice President for Manufacturing / Production Control and Logistics Division Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation Jason Shang Technical Affairs Director Ford Motor Company, Philippines Ken Yow Director Lean - Global Business Exellence Flextronics Mechanicals Technology Solutions (FMTS) Asia, China Associate Professor Nilo T Bugtai Phd Chairman, Manufacturing Engineering and Management Department Local Project Leader, EU- ASIA Link Project on Biomedical Engineering De La Salle University, Philippines Senior Member of Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) in Dearborn Michigan Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Piscataway New Jersey, USA Jaime V. de Guzman Assistant Vice President - Manufacturing JG Summit Petrochemical Corporation Philippines Recognised in 2005 as The Outstanding Mapuan in the field of Chemical Engineering by National Association of Mapua Alumi, Inc. (Manila, Philippines) Toh Ming Hon Director ­ Manufacturing Energizer, Singapore Arlene A. Soncuya Corporate Planning and 6 Sigma Deployment Champion (Master Black Belt) Monark Equipment, Philippines Elmer Lapena General Manager PerkinElmer Optoelectronics Philippines, Inc Awarded Site of the Year for 2007 Awarded Best-of-the-Best Site in Asia Pacific Race to Excellence competition on Six Sigma / Lean / and Small Group Activities or Self-directed work teams Matthias Zschaemisch Vice President ­ Operations Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Singapore Edmund Araga Vice President ­ Manufacturing K.E.A Industrial Corporation, Philippines Matthew Lazaro Exceutive Vice President - Manufacturing Asia Textile Mills, Inc (Asiatex), Philippines Yao, Alexander Ka Gue Senior Assistant Vice President ­ Manufacturing Lamoiyan Corporation, Philippines Salambao award for Exellence in business by Paranaque Chamber of Commerce, 2007 Awarded Most outstanding Mapuan Che ­ Chem Alummi for Chemical Engineering in 2004

Special half-day workshop on Day Two Continuous Process Improvements

Accessing the results of changing in to the Kaizen approach to process improvements Your workshop facilitator Andrew Cheah Director Lean Advisors, Malaysia Senior Advisor Lean Advisors Inc

Attend this informative event and gain practical insights into:

· Mastering lean manufacturing processes to improve your bottom line · Acknowledging the latest developments and best practises in lean manufacturing · Charting the roadmap to lean manufacturing and operational excellence in Philippines · Achieving manufacturing and operational excellence through an efficient lean supply chain · Optimising manufacturing processes in the face of diversified market demand · Gaining practical insights in Kaizen, 5s and continuous process improvement · Developing continuous and sustainable manufacturing improvement through effective implementation of lean principles · Harnessing a balance between manufacturing automation and the use of human capital · Minimising your companies waste and creating value ­ added work

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Day 1

Monday 12th May 2008

0830 0900 Registration & coffee Opening & welcome Remarks from the Chair 1420

Contact Marketing at marcus evans Tel: +603 2723 6748 Fax: +603 2723 6699 Email: [email protected] Quality Lean Manufacturing Processes

Session Six The powerful combination of lean manufacturing and Six Sigma ­ "Lean Six Sigma" Integrating Lean Six Sigma to improve speed and efficiency in costs, quality, and time by focusing on process performance Utilising lean six sigma to achieve business flow excellence Focusing on measuring supply chain performance with Lean Six Sigma metrics Balancing product quality and efficient flow of material through continuous breakthroughs of Lean Six Sigma strategies Arlene A. Soncuya Corporate Planning and 6 Sigma Deployment Champion (Master Black Belt) Monark Equipment, Philippines Afternoon refreshments and networking break Session Seven ­ Case Study Profiting from the benefits and objectives of value stream mapping to differentiate value · Applying lean value stream mapping improvement projects to the importance of an organisational infrastructure in broad spectrum crossing internal and external boundaries · Developing plans for implementing the future and current state maps to eliminate the sources of waste · Applying effective value stream mapping to encourage a common language to operators, engineers and managers Matthias Zschaemisch Vice President ­ Operations Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Singapore Session Eight ­ Expert Advice Lean Supply chain optimisation for manufacturing excellence and enhancing capability with a lean environment Recognising what is lean supply chain and what are the risks involved when implementing it Succession in lean supply chain, going from suppliers' upstream and downstream customers. What are processes involved in the alignments Driving costs out of the supply chain and reducing overall finished goods inventories Understanding approaches to migrating the difference between managing by product to multi products using lean supply chain Jason Shang Technical Affairs Director Ford Motor Company, Philippines Closing remarks from the Chair and end of Day One

Delivering Lean Manufacturing Excellence

0915 Session One ­ Case Study Steering towards achieving a world class lean manufacturing status · Appraising overall plant performance to align world class practices in lean manufacturing · Outsourcing and benchmarking on best practices to examine operational excellence to increase productivity and efficiency · Meeting demands, challenges and opportunities in developing a quality manufacturing organisation in Asia Pacific. Luis M Marcelino First Vice President for Manufacturing / Production Control and Logistics Division Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation Session Two ­ Case Study A Journey ­ Building and sustaining a lean leadership and culture in the organisation Developing and integrating lean culture core values into the manufacturing organisation Reinforcing lean developments with lean management system for higher effectiveness Cultivating a lean culture through value stream organisation Strengthening leadership characteristics in Lean transformation Toh Ming Hon Director - Manufacturing Energizer, Singapore Morning refreshments & networking break · · · ·

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Strategic Lean Implementations

1105 Session Three ­ Case Study Getting the best from Lean implementation for developing and improving manufacturing and operational excellence to support lean production Increasing plant capacity, lower plant maintenance costs and improve uptime Ensuring operational discipline in minimising costs and maximising productivity Keeping an outlook on increasing added value, quality and responsiveness to the market to ensure organisation's business directions Gaining benefits from technological advancements in implementing and developing a lean concept Ken Yow Director Lean - Global Business Exellence Flextronics Mechanicals Technology Solutions (FMTS) Asia, China 1615

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Session Four ­ Case Study Securing Lean Manufacturing personnel through protection of intellectual capital Using lean manufacturing techniques to minimise loss & risks ­ a turn around tool for cost control and measurer of risks Applying technology to lean operations and concepts to avoid the Lean Dip Crisis Strategy and business integration for maximising plant throughput at the minimum capital cost Recognizing the seriousness of rising labor costs in the manufacturing industry Jaime V. de Guzman Assistant Vice President - Manufacturing JG Summit Petrochemical Corporation Philippines Network Luncheon

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Why you cannot miss this event

Lean Manufacturing is an operational strategy oriented toward achieving the shortest possible cycle time by eliminating waste. It's focuses on the production of goods using less of everything compared to mass production: less human effort, less manufacturing space, less investment in tools, and less engineering time to develop a new product. The technique often decreases the time between a customer order and shipment, and it is designed to radically improve profitability, customer satisfaction, through time, and employee morale. As to that, to successfully implement lean manufacturing, it is necessary to understand the differences between the lean manufacturing concepts to the conventional manufacturing. Failing to do this will eventually kill your success. Subsequent to that, there are many examples of Lean tool implementation, which are easy to understand but often hard to implement, and these are blamed on weak understanding of Lean Manufacturing in the organisation. This is also because of the cultural and managerial aspects of Lean Manufacturing are just as, and possibly more, important than the actual tools or methodologies of production itself. The benefits and basic principals of Lean and other methodologies are widely known, however, many organizations struggle to gain a foothold when embarking on the Improvement journey. Or, perhaps more commonly, the initiatives stall and are sometimes eliminated due to a lack of understanding of what it takes to both make and sustain the transformation.

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Session Five Determining what are the safety environmental issues in how to handle hazardous chemicals and pollutions · Understanding how lean manufacturing will help in achieving a green manufacturing and technology environment · Defining the critical environmental impacts in manufacturing · How an effective waste management strategy can play a role in improving green manufacturing Matthew Lazaro Exceutive Vice President - Manufacturing Asia Textile Mills, Inc (Asiatex), Philippines

About the Media Partner

BusinessWorld is the first and leading business newspaper in the country. From merely reporting the latest news on business and the economy, we have evolved to become the premier business news and information provider to the country's industry movers and decision makers, with 65,000 circulation base nationwide.And because we feel the pulse of today's sophisticated readers, we have extended our coverage to meet their growing demands. Today's BusinessWorld comes with monthly and quarterly companion publications -- High Life, Corporate Profiles, BusinessWorld Files, Top 1000 Corporations, and Anniversary Report.

Who should attend

CEOs, COOs, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, General Managers, Senior Managers, Managers, Heads, Engineers, Professionals and Specialists of: · Manufacturing · Production · Planning and demand · Production site, estimation and scheduling · Operations · Plant development and maintenance · Purchasing/Procurement · Inventory · Supply-Chain · Logistics & Distribution · IT · Outsourcing From: · Manufacturing · FMCG · Automotive · Oil/Gas · Pulp & Paper Secondary Market: · System integrators, consultants · Hardware providers · · · · Electronics, electric and semiconductors Pharmaceuticals Footwear & wearing apparel Chemicals/Petrochemicals

About the Online Media Partner

www.onesixsigma.com is the only information portal, dedicated exclusively to Six Sigma professionals and activities in Europe. Through the provision of free resources and as a communication platform for all Six Sigma professionals, onesixsigma.com hosts the most versatile and powerful improvement technique available to managers today; the sharing of ideas, knowledge and experiences.

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Day 2

Day 3

Tuesday 13th May 2008

Quality Lean Manufacturing Processes (Part 2)

0830 0900 0915 Morning coffee Opening remarks from chairperson Session One ­ Case Study Implementing strategic concepts to Get Rid Of Waste and GROW in return on investments (ROI) · Improving continual removal waste in production by identifying types of waste which will affect business · Understanding incidental work and how unnecessary actions to make products and don't create value from the customer's standpoint can be a waste of time · Outsourcing what are the waste fighting tools needed in cost reduction for organisation's bottom line Edmund Araga Vice President ­ Manufacturing K.E.A Industrial Corporation, Philippines TESDA Accredited C-200407 Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturers Association of the Phils.,Inc.(MVPMAP) Motorcycle Parts Producer & Exporters Association, Inc. (McPEA) Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Session Two ­ Case Study Benchmarking organisation's operational performance for continuous improvements · Developing and engaging employees in Continuous improvement (CI) to achieve sustainable results · Measuring which key performance indicator (KPI) turned out to be best practice for the company · Understanding the right framework for "Continuous Improvement" to increase reliability on operational performance Elmer Lapena General Manager PerkinElmer Optoelectronics Philippines, Inc Morning refreshment & networking break Session Three ­ Case Study Introducing and familiarising the Kanban system in implementations of Lean manufacturing in an organization Understanding how to implement strategies in pull chains, replenishment times systems setup and daily operation Recognising the importance of J.I.T (Just In Time) aligning it with Kanban implementation techniques Looking into Kanban material strategies to support the lean advantage and managing the inventory Bringing the in ­ process Kanban signaling Methodology to calculate TAKT time Incorporating the Kanban System and supply chain management for maximum results in managing inventory investment and turn rate Yao, Alexander Ka Gue Senior Assistant Vice President ­ Manufacturing Lamoiyan Corporation, Philippines

Wednesday 14th May 2008

Half-Day Site Tour Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation

The background of Lean manufacturing concepts were developed over the last five to six decades, primarily in Japan, particularly for the Toyota production system however over the recent years Lean manufacturing has gained a reputation in Asia and is growing due to the blooming manufacturing industries in Asia whereby now Lean manufacturing revolutionaries the manufacturing process. The concept of Lean Manufacturing aims to make the work simple enough to understand, to do and to manage with "A systematic approach to identifying and eliminating waste through continuous improvement by flowing the product at the demand of the customer. These concepts met various tests for many years and passed the test of time very easily however it was not a fine-tuning of the existing manufacturing processes it is conceptually different from the traditional process in a whole. 1000 1100 1200 Plant Tour starts Panel Discussion with Toyota experts ­ Q&A sessions & Light snacks End of plant tour

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About your plant tour site:

Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP) is a multinational company established in 1988. It is engaged in vehicle assembly, vehicle and spare parts sales, and automotive dealership. The INNOVA and the All New VIOS are proudly made in its Santa Rosa Plant in Laguna. With 25 dealerships nationwide, Toyota has been the No. 1 automotive manufacturing company in the Philippines, capturing the largest market share and sales volume for 6 consecutive years since 2002. TMP fully embraces the TOYOTA WAY, the core system that marks TOYOTA as a unique business entity and unifies all Toyota affiliates around the world, regardless of location, ownership structure, specific operation or local culture. The Toyota Way is an ideal, a standard and a guiding beacon for the global Toyota organization.

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About your workshop leader:

Andrew Cheah Director Lean Advisors, Malaysia Senior Advisor Lean Advisors Inc Andrew has successfully trained and implemented Lean to both international multinational corporations and also local small and medium enterprises. Andrew has helped Fortune 500 companies in turning around their warehousing management, reengineering their materials processes, carrying out factory-wide barcode implementation, vendor-managed inventory (VMI), setting up Kanban pull system, reducing machine set-up time by more than 50%, improve factory space and improving production capacity. He also possesses wide knowledge in implementing SCM system solutions, barcode solutions, Lean manufacturing, MES (Manufacturing Execution System), CRM and ERP system integration. Andrew has worked with various multi-national Fortune 500 companies for more than 10 years in the areas of materials, supply chain management and production and operational planning. He is highly regarded for his ability in setting up material and production planning system for fast-paced electronics manufacturing operations and is highly sought after for Lean Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management consulting in Asia. He has conducted training in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, China, UK and Mauritius. He is known for his effective results-oriented training solution. He has successfully helped both multinational corporations and Malaysian companies successfully implement Lean Initiatives within a short time (less than 6 months). Andrew is a Certified Professional Business Coach from the International Professional Managers Association, UK. He is also a founding member of the International Association of Coaches, and a member of CoachVille, the largest coaching organizations in the world. Through his exciting, activity-based leadership workshops, he has motivated directors, managers, executives and supervisors from both MNC and SMI corporations in Malaysia and Singapore. Some of the clients he has worked with include Intel, Dell, B. Braun, Sony, Xerox, Flextronics, Seagate, Bard, AIC, Globetronics, Luster, Hock Ju, Danisco, Clarion, Kobe, Ire-Tex, Polar Twin, Ya Horng, Honsin, Eastern Garment, Jabil, Lumileds, Matsushita, Dell, Good Year Malaysia, Silterra, Celestica, Scarmel and many more.

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Session Four ­ Expert Advice Role of technology and how it enables effective and efficient Lean implementation · Managing product life cycle management with the principles of lean manufacturing · Lowering manufacturing cycles and costs by applying innovative processes and tools to enable full collaboration across the supply chain via information technology · Outsourcing on research and development in technology and product improvement to maximize the effects of lean in your organisation Associate Professor Nilo T Bugtai Phd Chairman, Manufacturing Engineering and Management Department Local Project Leader, EU- ASIA Link Project on Biomedical Engineering De La Salle University, Philippines Senior Member of Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) in Dearborn Michigan Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Piscataway New Jersey, USA Network Luncheon

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Continuous Process Improvements

1335 Half-day Workshop Accessing the results of changing in to the Kaizen approach to process improvements Implementing 5S and how to sustain it to eliminate costly wastes in production, office areas and information systems to your organisation's cross-functional teams Identifying and eliminate the seven wastes of your organisation - overproduction, inventory, transportation, waiting, motion, over processing and correction Applying visual management to your workplace to improve your productivity and quality Developing a production action plan in having a right manufacturing approach for the company Andrew Cheah Director Lean Advisors, Malaysia Senior Advisor Lean Advisors Inc Closing remarks from the Chair and end of conference

About the Endorser

Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines is the new name of the Distribution Management Association of the Philippines, an organization formed in 1990 by a group of ten companies. Its mission includes leading the evolving local SCM profession by advancing, and disseminating SC knowledge and research, and advocating legislation and private sector activities that improve SCM processes The Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturers Association of the Philippines, Inc. (www.mvpmap.com) was organized in October 1996 & was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on November 1996, as a non-stock, non-profit organization. The membership has grown from 32 firms in 1996 to 131 firms in January 2008. Purpose: · To share information regarding issues relevant to the Automotive Industry · To establish MVPMAP Secretariat as the Assistance Center to assist the members on business-related problems they are encountering · To create tie-ups/business ventures partnership and establish a good relationship with new local and foreign customers · To represent members companies during meetings with Government Agencies · To develop programs that will improve parts makers competitiveness in the area of Quality, cost and Delivery

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