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Sherwin-Williams to hold A-Plus University workshop in Cleveland

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Feb. 9, 2012—Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes will host its next A-Plus University EcoLean workshop Feb. 23 at the company’s headquarters in Warrensville Heights, Ohio, near Cleveland.

Sherwin-Williams said the EcoLean training workshop is designed to educate attendees about maximizing profitability by improving productivity and eliminating waste throughout their facilities. The workshop is available for collision center owners and dealer managers throughout the United States and Canada.

Sherwin-Williams said the workshop will include the following curriculum:

• The principles of reducing environmental waste
• The history of lean production, and its practical application in collision repair
• Methods of making collision facilities more efficient and consistent

“We aim to give our EcoLean Suite of Training workshop attendees an extensive and comprehensive look at how they can build a lean culture in their shop from the ground up,” said Troy Neuerburg, manager of marketing business services for Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes. “This curriculum was developed specifically with collision shop operators in mind. Through it they will learn practical processes and useful tips on lean production’s application in collision repair, and methods to make their collision shops more efficient, productive and profitable. Attendees will leave the Cleveland event with the tangible tools they need to immediately increase the quality and production output of their businesses.”

Visit Sherwin-Williams’ website for more information or to register for the workshop. 

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