Lean Six Sigma in agriculture also formulates concepts behind the implementation of agriculture activities. It organizes operations so that they can improve the product quality, as well as provide optimal logistics, the right pricing point, and a reduction in waste. This system is necessary for the modern agricultural industry because there is such a demand for high-quality food production.
In addition to the tangible financial benefits possible through lean, much of the research and development efforts (labour, materials, and subcontracts) required in the Animal Farming sector could be eligible to be recovered through government funding, such as through the Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR&ED) program in Canada.
There are applicable government grants to aid with the upfront costs of corporate training that is typically required during the implementation of Lean Six Sigma / Continuous Improvement methodologies. There are also other grants specifically designed to cover costs associated with process improvement implementation, exports, sales, and marketing. AMSaxum experts in government funding help with the application of these grants and with the preparation of SR&ED claims. For more information on continuous improvement and government funding call AMSaxum at 905-315-6847 or contact us here.
If you work in agriculture, then you know that the agribusiness industry is always changing and becoming higher in demand. At AMSaxum Inc., we know what it takes for these companies to be successful and competitive, which is why we implement Lean Six Sigma methods. We understand that agriculture businesses will need to access alternative fuel sources, as well as come up with more environmentally friendly techniques for production. We work with companies in all aspects of the agribusiness to produce sustainable results and navigate potential issues.
If you are an agribusiness interested in working with us, give us a call today at 1-855-931-4670 or fill out the Contact form on our website. We are excited to work with your company in the agriculture industry at any stage of development.