The scope of the project was to replace and improve their existing equipment and create two modern 5S (sort, set in order, shine, standardise, sustain) workshops to support a
total of sixteen engineers across their site. They required workbenches, additional storage, dedicated engineers tool kits and an area for shared tools. A key consideration was to reduce their annual tool spend.

The customer had accumulated a lot of tools with varying degrees of condition and quality and so they decided to invest in new tools. Using the core principles of 5S, the customer reviewed the tools they required for the most common tasks, they were able to reduce the number of tools and Beta were able to optimise the design of the workshop equipment and tool boxes.

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