May Blog – Value Added Engineering

What is Value Added Engineering?

The term “value management” is sometimes used as a synonym of “value engineering”, and both promote the planning and delivery of projects with improved performance.
Source: Wikipedia

Metal fabrication  can often be described as a value-added process involving converting engineering drawings through raw materials using various machines and engineering skills to create a final product.
Value Added manufacturing has always been central to the customer’s requirements and how the manufactured product or service can solve a problem.

In the manufacturing world of fabrication services there are many companies offering standalone services such as laser cutting and metal forming which can benefit select industries.

However the real value add is having a complete offering which encompasses not only capabilities but intangible benefits such as specific skills in welding, accreditations to back up processes with ISO9001:2015 as standard, history of a company and the sectors it operates in, good levels of customer service and delivery performance.

Selecting the right fabrication partner has to include Value Add/Value Engineering as a primary performance indicator. OEMs and subcontract companies which are often project led look at value not only from a cost saving, efficiency point of view but also ease of doing business with a reliable fabrication company.

The team at Grenville Engineering have been supporting manufacturers with their breadth of experience for over 30 years.

If you have a requirement for a Value added service, speak to a member of the sales team who would be happy to provide some guidance.

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