JPR is a consulting company
Most of our clients want help in work measurement / time study, or plant layout and facilities planning. Management calls us, usually with an objective in mind and we provide what the client wants. We don’t insist on our own particular buzzword, but apply our skills to achieve what the client wants.e-mail
Clients call on JPR because their own resources don’t have the experience or available time to resolve a particular issue. We are asked to do the job, or lead, or support, or teach.
A business routinely can need assistance with output, or volume, or capacity, or time required, or jammed production areas, or product flow, or delay, or lost time, or space utilization, or cycle times, or growth, relocation, consolidation. JPR has produced results in these challenges; click on “Track Record” above for our results. Or, learn what we are all about from the long list below; buy a book, read an on-line blog or article, download a free form or layout examples.
Our main specialties, at the top of this page, link to more detail.
What’s next?. Ask JPR how we can help your organization objectively to achieve solutions within your unique circumstances, timetable and budget. We are experienced, objective, and quick. We have the time and ability that perhaps your team doesn't have right now. Productivity as well as most other endeavors requires experience.
There is no cost nor obligation for preliminary discussions. please call Jack Greene at 843-422-1298 or
Our Productivity and Industrial Engineering Books,click cover for contents.
The Industrial Engineering book includes the contents of Time and Motion Study, Layout, and Cost Reduction; but not Construction Piece Rates .
Blogs are about business stories in the news, with a focus not on Tesla and Amazon but on the underlying issues, which may challenge your organization as well. And your group may not have the resources of a Tesla or Amazon.
Tesla Manufacturing Capacity Constraints Click to read
Amazon HQ 2 and Relocation Incentives Click to read
Free Time Study Forms, useful just as you print them. Click to access
Free Layout Drawing Examples won't solve your specific issue, because buildings, dimensions, products and equipment are all different. But these examples sketch out many different arrangements and flows, in order to provide insight and a point of reference. Click to open the .pdf file
Productivity and Management article series . Click to read the index
Major Industrial Engineering TopicsIE supports productivity and profitability in business operations with tools such as:
Work measurement, especially time study and work sampling Layout for plant, office, warehouse and shop; facility design, floor plan arrangements Optimized workloads, balanced and achievable Improved capacity, fewer bottlenecks, and utilization of labor and equipment Formal labor output plans; expectations, piece rate, or incentive And the end result of all these tools, cost reduction.
IE tools are applicible not only in manufacturing, but also in all industries that use people, or facilities, or equipment. And that is pretty much all of them.
Note that IE tools do not perform the same function. Furthermore, none of these tools is automatically valuable or useful; each has pros and cons, different potential cost and benefit in your circumstances. JPR is aware of the differences, the pros and cons, and selects the proper tool to help the cient reach the objective.
We are experienced, objective, and quick. We have the time and ability that perhaps your team doesn't have right now. We can guide, train, or perform the assignment. We invite you to take the next step; contact JPR. For no-cost discussions or questions, please call Jack Greene at 843-422-1298 or e-mail
Time Study, Time and Motion Study
How long does a job take? Arguably the most important piece of operating information, necessary in order for your organization to know objectively:
• What output to expect from people, equipment, processes?
• How many people and machines are required to produce today's volume? Tomorrow's?
• Is a workload too heavy or too light? Does it need to be reduced, or balanced?
• Where does waste movement, unnecessary activity and delay occur?
• Where are constraints, bottlenecks, due to machine, space, process?
• How to free skilled people of wasted time and of the lower-skilled tasks that are assigned to them, to optimize their special talents.
Plant Layout and Facility Design
Cost Reduction, Productivity Improvement
Piece Work, Piece Rates