Lean Production

Lean Production

As KMCSSC; We are sizing 350,000 tons of steel per year with our staff who are experts in the areas of high flat carbon steel stocking and converting our existing stocks into products such as cold, hot, sheet, galvanized, painted galvanized, alusi, aluzinc, length cutting and slitting.

With all our steel lines and our service quality, we meet the steel needs of more than 2,500 customers in many sectors such as white goods, automotive, defense industry, construction and building industry, ships, metal goods, pipes, construction equipment, food and beverage.

We provide cut-to-length service in desired dimensions between 0.18 – 16.00 mm thickness with our 3 pieces of cut-to-length and 1 piece of multicut machine. With the hydraulic and mechanical precision straightening systems (ironing) in our machines, we can cut to length with minimum wave tolerance. With the air-assisted automatic packaging system in our Alcos Cold Cut to Length and Slitting line, the surfaces of the materials are prevented from being scratched while they are being packed.

What does lean thinking do for you?

- Thinking is an action. First, you take action.

- Leaning; is to produce good thoughts, increases motivation.

- You shift from the perception of failure to the mindset of experimentation and growth.

- You struggle to reach your potential perfection.

- You dedicate yourself to improving your personal performance and capacity and seek continuous improvement.

- Being human-oriented is not to mechanize people, on the contrary, it is to guide the employees in finding their purpose by acting with the corporate vision and improving the individual first.

What is Kaizen?

Kaizen is a combination of the Japanese words KI (change) and ZEN (better). In its aggregated form (change for the better) it means continuous improvement.

Kaizen technique means developing and maintaining the standards in the institution with small incremental improvements.


Lean Philosophy

- Question your existence! (Define value)
- Search for perfection! (But know that you will never find it)- Always question the process (Find a problem)
- Always proceed with a logical inference (Standardize)
- Allow discussion and questioning! (Respect for people)
- Language is the most important tool (Communication, Lean communication)