Life Cycle Engineering Success Stories
As part of a Reliability Excellence implementation in a large cane sugar refinery, Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. (LCE) assigned a Reliability Engineer to investigate potential limiting factors that could be resolved short-term.
As part of a Reliability Excellence implementation in a large alumina refinery, Life Cycle Engineering, Inc. (LCE) assigned a Reliability Engineer to investigate potential limiting factors that could be resolved short-term.
Metals Company Engages the Life Cycle Institute to Design Training Program for Newly Created Position
An Aluminum company engaged the Life Cycle Institute to design an active, practical course that would prepare employees to perform new duties with enhanced capability.
With help from Life Cycle Engineering, a U.S. Navy expeditionary command implemented a standardized, automated process for receiving, stowing and issuing materiel.
Quick thinking and an extra dose of resourcefulness allows LCE to provide speedy technical assistance that minimizes downtime.
Featured in Uptime Magazine, January 2010
Read about how a 12% increase in production capacity over three years with virtually no increase in operating costs makes U.S. Sugar the leading producer of retail and industrial bulk sugar in the United States.
Financial Consulting Company Employs Life Cycle Institute Learning Consultants to Transform SMEs into Learning Facilitators
A financial consulting company engaged the Life Cycle Institute to transform SMEs into Learning Facilitators. Enabling the SMEs to deliver a training program that empowered people to practice new behaviors and embrace new processes.
Business Consulting Company Works Closely With Life Cycle Institute to Become Facilitators of Learning
Life Cycle Institute designed a trainer development program to prepare a Business Consulting Company's SMEs for their new role in the classroom: inspiring learners to change behaviors and produce desired results.
In 1998, a snack food manufacturer determined that its domestic capacity was not sufficient to meet market demand for the peak periods around the four summer holidays. The manufacturer’s solution was to build four additional plants to augment the output from their 12 existing operating plants.
With strong support from U.S. Sugar Leadership, the Manufacturing Division of USSC Sugar Cane Operations has significantly improved its sugar processing operation with Reliability Excellence.