Dirk Heyer, responsible for the Consulting Division at SALT AND PEPPER, is looking forward to also now having the opportunity to “export” SALT AND PEPPER skills in the fields of Lean Management and Supplier Management to China and thus expand business activities abroad, especially in the Chinese market.
The “Think Lean” philosophy which SALT AND PEPPER pursues will also lead to success in China. SALT AND PEPPER employs around 320 engineers, project managers, management consultants and IT specialists throughout Germany and has built itself a very good name within the technology sector.
“Devoted to technological progress” – that’s the motto of the recognised engineering specialists. The company’s focus on the future manifests itself not only in its technology projects. SALT AND PEPPER regularly organises events on innovation issues.
In June, for instance, there will be a workshop on the subject of Industry 4.0, organised in close cooperation with Professor Dr. Drechsler from the German Institute for Artificial Intelligence and the Cluster Automotive North West. SALT AND PEPPER and its partners will be reporting on the digital future in the Automotive Industry there.
About SALT AND PEPPER
SALT AND PEPPER is a Technology Consultancy with around 350 engineers, computer scientists and management consultants working from nine branches across Germany. The company offers its clients services in three areas of expertise: The Technology Consulting Division delivers engineering services to companies, on and off site, and acts as a comprehensive development partner in order to reinforce its clients’ innovative capacity. In the Management Consulting Division SALT AND PEPPER optimises processes and systems with the aid of its Operational Excellence approach and supports clients in adapting to Industry 4.0. The Software Solutions Division of the company uses its own Skills Centre to develop individual software solutions together with its own products. Founded in 2008, SALT AND PEPPER is meanwhile serving seven sunrise industries including the automotive sector, mechanical plant engineering, the energy sector and the aerospace industry. Many OEMs and companies such as Miele, Claas, Rheinenergie, ZF, KUKA and EWE rely on the skills of a company that expanded into China in 2015 and will be opening two Chinese branches in the coming year.