A kick-off meeting of the National Project “Increasing labor productivity” has taken place on the site of CPFP, JSC. It became a starting point for the beginning of the joint work of the company staff with the experts of the Federal Competence Center (FCC) on increasing labor productivity.
Commenting on the decision to participate in the National Project, Ilya Korotkov, General Director of CPFP, JSC, noted that the company has long been working on the implementation of modern management systems, so the decision to be included in the federal program was not unexpected.
“The project provides assistance from the state, consultations from professional experts, subsidized training programs and has clear targets,” said Ilya Korotkov. “We hope to get support from the FCC and the government, which will make our work even more successful.”
The state support provided by the national project will allow CPFP to increase labor productivity by 30% by 2024 and decrease production costs without any additional investment. It is important to note that this program is not about reductions, but on the contrary, it is aimed at expanding and enhancing the competence of each employee of the plant.
The plant applied for participation in the National Project “Increasing labor productivity ” last August. The same month the plant passed all the stages of selection for participation in this program under the supervision of FCC experts. After that last December, a bilateral cooperation agreement we signed.
The plywood production line was chosen as a pilot one. Within three months, it is to conduct diagnostics, identify and eliminate losses, and create a sample site at a selected pilot flow. If the pilot project is successful, this experience will be used in other production chains.