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Lean.lt

The organization has been operating since 2011 and is the largest Lean company  in Lithuania. One of the company’s international partners is Honsha organization. It is the most recognized Lean organization in the world, which brings together Toyota’s former corporate executives and experts.

Strong international partnership guarantees that Lean system is implemented in Lithuania, based on the most up to date world practices. Therefore, Lean.lt was the first to introduce Lean system in Lithuanian public sector, called “Lean Government”. Currently, we are working  with 30 leading companies in the country that are operating not only in local market but also across Europe.

The main goal of Lean.lt is to increase efficiency of Lithuanian organizations by applying Lean methodology and philosophy that are widely spread and known around the world.

 

 

Vidas Petraitis
Lean practitioner
Director of Efektyvūs procesai UAB

Our team

Lean.lt team consists of eleven experts working with Lean since 2006. All team members are certified by Honsha, where they took over the Lean philosophy and values. Some of the Lean projects in Lithuania involve five visiting consultants from Honsha. They constantly monitor and evaluate Lean processes in Lithuanian companies, thus ensuring that both Lithuanian and the most successful international corporations are implementing a Lean system that meets Honsha standards. The international experience of consultants and methodical Lean audit help to identify all capabilities of the organisation and to tailor the implementation of each project to the specific needs of the company.

Lean.lt team successfully implements the Lean system and helps companies to achieve excellent results in different sectors: food, furniture, packaging, metalwork, woodwork, textile, technical materials, logistics, as well as in investment funds, restaurants, the public sector, the energy sector and port handling organisations.

Food production

Waste management services

Investment funds Metalwork
Woodwork

Biofuel production

Beverage production

Hospitals

Packaging and
plastics

Furniture production

Textile production

Restaurants

Logistics

 

Recruitment services

Retail

Telecommunications

Energy sector

Car parts manufacturing

 

IT consulting centre

 

Financial services

Public sector