Manex provides a broad array of proven advisory and implementation solutions exclusively to manufacturers, distributors, and their supply chains.
Our local manufacturing consultant services in northern California are known among companies in manufacturing and distribution as the best, most proven team. Manex is the recognized leader among consultants who really know the north California area. We offer consulting for all operations, management, and personnel needs of manufacturing companies, from smaller family operations to major corporations facilities. Our team brings to the table insightful and layers-deep consulting and training, plus we are local to your operations. We deliver high-impact services and solutions in five essential organization areas: strategy, people, training, performance, and Lean manufacturing. Our teams bring world-class expertise and insight to quickly help you achieve cost efficiencies and increased profits. As a CA state MEP Partner we are available to guide you in developing everything you need—tools, metrics and best practice processes to improve profits and ROI. Best for SF Bay Area (San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose) up to Sacramento. All cities served locally. Near me. Learn more about Manex.
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Many people may hesitate when it comes to automating their workforce. One can speculate that robots or other types of automation will require significant start-up costs, as well as the resources (such as programmers and