WTCO is a company that acts as a partner, well beyond pure consultancy, alongside his customers to support them in their production processes, strategic decisions, organizational and management issues and help them concretely in the path toward continuous improvement.

Lean Organization

Our war on waste to contribute to efficiency in the business system. We apply in a concrete and strategic way the key concepts of the Lean philosophy to achieve excellence.

What We Do

We work on key concepts designed by Toyota Motor Company in terms of management, war to the waste and searching of continuous improvement for achieving perfection. Thanks to continuous learning and experiential baggage of our team, the philosophy of "lean thinking", born from automotive and today operates in all areas, becomes a strategic business approach and can identify the inefficiencies, delete them and improve your business performance.

Our Mission

The WTCO Group aims at sharing our expertise in the field of innovation and continuous improvement as we work alongside our clients with advisory support and training on the field. We develop and maintain concrete, pragmatic and efficient projects that are able to ensure and maintain increased competitiveness and customer satisfaction.

CASE HISTORY: facts and numbers

1. Mechanical Industry

Mechanics in Italy is an important area where specialization is well known; in the year 2000 inside of the company where the project was launched, was the necessity to recover property margins in line with expectations.

From the first moment on this project, which I would consider only, parties by selecting the team of people dedicated to improving, consider that at an early stage the1% of the workforce was dedicated to the project, not full-time.

The project is developed through weeks of improvement with cross-cutting team of people to work, at least for 1 month, and in the process of continuous improvement were used almost all the tools dedicated to continuous improvement.

2. Hospital Sector

The case describes a week of improvement developed into a hospital where the occurrence of a specific problem we responded by developing a week Kaizen.
The specific Department deals with people with mental health problems, and the objective of the Department is to welcome these people, look for the causes of the problems encountered, start a process of care with resulting assignment to a training facility.

The problem was the fact that every year the operating cost of the sick from the restoration to the assignment at the nursing home had a cost of euro 4 ml. Through teamwork with Psychiatrists, social workers, Relatives of patients, administrative staff and our support in the 5 days we were able to have a saving of 1 ml euro.

3. Foundry

The case describes the path of efficiency recovery developed into a die casting foundry where the main issue focused on an average 49% OEE.

Our intervention in order to engage and do touch to the property and employees that if applied properly can generate important results focused on a specific machine (more problematic).

4. Machining Purposes

The case relates to a company that, despite major profits, he felt the need to undertake a path of change and continuous improvement in order to have greater flexibility and availability to our customers and to potential new markets.