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Dynamic Improvement Group Launches New Company, with Unparalleled Experience and Proven Results.

Updated: Apr 26, 2021

New Manufacturers’ Resource:

Dynamic Improvement Group Works to Boost Factory Efficiencies

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – June 1, 2020 – Dynamic Improvement Group has announced its

company formation to provide on-site and online lean manufacturing consulting and rapid implementation.

Dynamic Improvement Group is headed by company partners Mel Zehnpfennig and Ben Roush. It aims to help companies looking to make significant reductions in their manufacturing costs and improve productivity.

“While there are many lean manufacturing experts in the market, our specialty is working with teams on the shop floor to implement lean principles in real time with real results. We enjoy working with plant leaders who want to be part of the Kaizen activity,” said Roush.

Zehnpfennig has extensive experience in operations management, continuous improvement strategies, and Lean Six Sigma. He has held executive manufacturing positions at Tower International, and Cooper Standard.

Roush specializes in lean manufacturing transformation at the global, regional, and plant-floor levels. He is a former manufacturing leader at Tower International, Magna International, and Chrysler Corporation.

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About Dynamic Improvement Group:

Optimizing throughput at the lowest cost is the goal of every manufacturing organization. Dynamic Improvement Group has the know-how to help you realize that goal. Partners Mel Zehnpfennig and Ben Roush have 50-plus years of collective, proven experience in lean manufacturing principles, including inventory control, and direct and indirect labor utilization. Whether it’s automotive, aerospace, electronics; whatever the industry, the principals work directly with your team on the factory floor to implement fast and efficient solutions to maximize throughput and profitability for your company.

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