Numbers Don't Lie: Eagle Companies Achieve Huge Improvements in 2017

    Numbers Don't Lie: Eagle Companies Achieve Huge Improvements in 2017

    Posted by Vikki Shonkwiler on 2018 Mar 13


    Two Eagle Group companies, Eagle Alloy, Inc., and Eagle CNC Technologies, Inc., have posted a series of personal bests and significant improvements across the board.

    As you can see below, Eagle Alloy's achievements in 2017 include:

    • 96.4% delivery – 2nd best in company history
    • 1.87% scrap – BEST in company history
    • 2.64% returns – Best in last 10 years
    • 97.4% audit score – Best in last 8 years
    • .27 PPM resulting in complaints – BEST in company history
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    Meanwhile, both Eagle Alloy, Inc. and Eagle CNC Technologies, Inc. have been steadily reducing scrap. 2017 was certainly no exception.

    Eagle Alloy saw a .69% reduction in scrap between 2016 and September-October, 2017. In the same period, Eagle CNC reduced their scrap by a whopping .76%.

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    How did they do it?

    According to Nic Tarzwell, Chief Technical Officer at Eagle Alloy:

    One of our integral company values at Eagle Alloy, and throughout the Eagle Group, is to foster continuous improvement. Through hard work, dedication and creativity, our associates at ALL levels contributed to these improved metrics with our diverse product mix across 15 industries.  It is with the support of our customers and suppliers we continue to raise the bar year over year for delivering the highest grade quality product at the highest value. 

    Gains like this didn't result from a single project or initiative, but from dozens of measures put into practice throughout the production process. From operators to company executives, everyone at the Eagle Group plays a role in improving efficiency and quality.

    We take quality and continuous improvement very seriously, and we don't plan on stopping any time soon.

    Tags: Eagle Alloy, Efficiency, Eagle CNC

    Vikki Shonkwiler

    Written by Vikki Shonkwiler

    Vikki is Sales Technician at Eagle Alloy, Inc. in Muskegon, MI. A Hoosier at heart, she grew up in Indiana and graduated from Indiana University with a double major in computer science and Spanish. She is a self-professed numbers geek—so much so that she actually enjoys doing tax preparation. When she’s not crunching numbers or managing sales teams, Vikki enjoys traveling and spending time with her children and grandchildren.

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