From development to production to sales and aftersales - we advise our customers individually with innovative and digital approaches, always focussing on reasonable and feasible solutions.
Because of our broad expertise, we actively support our customers in five areas of competence. Our experts in Industrial Engineering, Product Compliance, Customer & Business Solutions, Change & Adaptation and Contracting & Recruitment concentrate on questions such as:
How does ideal manufacturing look like? What legal requirements does the product have to fulfill? How can a hybrid sales approach be optimally designed? How can our customers' data be systematically analyzed and processed in an informative way? How do we successfully design the digital transformation of products and processes?
We offer consulting services for value-adding digitization and focus our value-based project work on sustainability.
This is a question that concerns many manufacturing companies and is becoming increasingly important, especially regarding their orientation on sustainability. If one wanted to push it to the extreme, a conflict of interests between sustainability and safety could be mentioned; in the following, however, we will focus purely on the well-founded legal framework and practical experience.Read more
Every company can do a lot to operate more sustainably. This article presents various options for either saving energy or storing it for a later date.Read more
Triman is a recycling symbol required by law under French environmental legislation since January 1, 2015. Originally developed by the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME), it identifies products and/or packaging that are recyclable and should be sent for separate collection. For example, affected products: Clothing, footwear, furniture, tires, paper products.Read more
Since April 2021, the Munich Consulting Group has been part of the growing partner network of the Zukunftswerkstatt 4.0 in Stuttgart.Read more
The Munich Consulting Group is taking another step in the fight against the Corona Pandemic and was able to make all employees a vaccination offer, true to the motto "everyone can, no one has to".Read more
Since 2006, the placing on the market and the associated requirements for batteries and accumulators as well as spent batteries and accumulators have been regulated by Directive 2006/66/EC. The Directive has been amended several times, most recently in 2013. On December 10, 2020, a proposal for the new Battery Regulation was published by the European Commission, with its new regulation repealing the existing Battery Directive 2006/66/EC. This draft proposal is scheduled to enter into force on January 1, 2022.Read more
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