Beta Tools, the Italian-based designers and manufacturers of high-quality tools for industrial maintenance, is set to unveil its Modular Workshop System to the food manufacturing industry at this year’s Foodex. This innovative system is designed to create a bespoke workspace solution tailored to the specific needs of each user, maximising available space and optimising work to create an aesthetically pleasing work environment.
Based on the ‘5S Concept’, a systematic workplace organisation method originating from Japan in the 1960s, the Modular System follows five simple steps to achieve optimum working standards and enhance operating performance: sort, set, shine, standardise, and sustain.
By removing clutter and streamlining the workspace, the Modular Workshop System helps to reduce time loss, improve cost effectiveness, enhance quality and performance, reduce workplace accidents, and increase efficiency, ultimately providing essential maintenance and emergency remedial work as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Mark Pearson, Country Manager at Beta UK, said, “Creating the perfect workspace couldn’t be simpler. With the help of our specialist team at Beta, a customer’s exact tool requirements are defined, and our in-house experts optimise the available space within each storage unit, submitting a final design for approval. Bespoke soft thermoformed trays are fabricated to hold the chosen tools, and once complete, the finished Modular Workshop system, including tools, is installed. In critical, fast-moving work environments, it is imperative that essential maintenance, as well as unforeseen emergency remedial work, is completed as quickly and efficiently as possible. Beta’s Modular Workshop Systems, by optimising process, greatly support this need.”
Beta Tools’ Modular Workshop System is set to revolutionise workspaces across the food manufacturing industry, providing bespoke solutions to maximise efficiency and streamline processes. To learn more about Beta’s Modular Workshop System, visit www.beta-tools.co.uk or call 01952 677977.
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