Intel Company Case Study

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The Success story of two companies that implement Lean Manufacturing in their organization are Intel Corporation and Toyota Motor Corporation. Intel Intel Corporation is a multinational technology and one of the world's largest valued semiconductor chip makers. Intel supports processors for computer companies such as HP and Dell. The 2013 rankings of the world's 100 most valuable brands published by Millward Brown Optimor showed the company's brand value at number 61. Intel is a portmanteau of the words integrated and electronics. The fact that "intel" is the term for intelligence information also made the name appropriate. Intel Logo Paul Phelan, IFO programme manager, Intel Leixlips mentioned that energy costs are going up and Lean…show more content…
According to high management of Intel says the local operation is relying on Lean Thinking principles to reduce costs, make processes more efficient and thereby ensure the Leixlip operation is well placed for future investment. Lean Thinking was introduced by Toyota in the Sixties as a systemic approach to identifying and eliminating waste, creating value and reaching an ideal level of efficiency. It has been embraced by global businesses included Intel. Leixlip said that on any given week here, we would have up to 25 different product lines, with each one involving 300 specific steps. Lean give teaches is it opens your eyes to the fallacies of the past and correct it.Henry Ford had been mentioned that since his started business, volume is the only way to reduce costs. The higher and longer your product runs, the more efficiencies you get. However, what the lesson of lean is want to reduce firm set-up times and waste, that reduces costs and you can serve customers better. For example since five years ago, introduce a new chip needed took 14 week in manufacture department. Comparing today it just need takes 10 days. Intel’s operations in Leixlip were the first Intel factory successful to achieve these times using Lean…show more content…
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