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Next Sherwin-Williams EcoLean Level 1 Workshop Set for Phoenix

Workshop designed to educate attendees on how to maximize profitability by improving production and eliminating waste.

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After two sold out EcoLean Workshops, Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes has announced that the next EcoLean Level 1 workshop will be held Sept. 16-17, 2014 in Phoenix, Ariz., at the Phoenix Airport Marriott and Swift Transportation.

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The EcoLean Level 1 workshops are offered to collision center owners and dealer managers from across the U.S. and Canada and are designed to educate attendees on how to maximize profitability by improving production and eliminating waste throughout their facilities.

“Our goal is for our attendees to leave the two-day event inspired, confident and armed with the necessary tools to immediately increase the quality and production output of their businesses,” says Greg Eisenhardt, Sherwin-Williams A-Plus Network marketing manager.

At this particular training session, the Phoenix EcoLean Level 1 workshop curriculum will include a facility tour of Swift Transportation’s "Best in Class" extensive repair center, as well as specific topics which include:

• Improving Workshop Efficiency – The history of lean production, and its practical application in collision repair  
• Principles of 5S – Methods of making your facility more efficient and consistent
• Building a Lean Culture – How to build a lean culture from the ground up
• Overcoming Lean Implementation Challenges – Roundtable discussion with consultants


More information:

To register online for the upcoming Phoenix EcoLean Level 1 workshop, click HERE.

For more information on EcoLean or the A-Plus Network, call (800) 798-5872.

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