“In our industry, the competitor that’s best at managing the supply chain is probably going to be the most successful competitor over time. It’s a condition of success”


Jim Owens, former chairman and CEO, Caterpillar

Your Supply Chain

The Retail Investment Supply Chain is highly complex

Your Needs

In order to gain full control over the supply chain it is imperative that you seek ownership, achieve full transparency, capture and interrogate all available data and enable a programme of innovation & continuous improvement


Ownership of all Intellectual Property (IP), innovations, designs, tooling and technical specifications provides 100% control over the entire manufacturing supply chain

Full supply chain transparency enables removal of waste, elimination of errors, factory certification, CSR compliance and maximum efficiency resulting in lowest possible global cost

In-depth supply chain data leads to actionable insights that ensures improved decision-making, validated cost savings, enhanced quality, faster timelines and continuous improvements

Specialist engineers provide the opportunity for continuous innovation through value engineering, new production processes, inventive use of substrates and access to a very wide source of ideas

LeanPie Solution

LeanPie has adopted LEAN Thinking

We have placed Continuous Improvement and Respect for People at the heart of everything we do

What is LEAN?

Lean Manufacturing which is often simply termed “Lean“, is a systematic method for the elimination of waste within a manufacturing supply chain. Looking at this from the perspective of the customer, Lean is centred on creating “value” for the customer and by this it means making obvious what adds value by reducing everything else. The concept of Lean manufacturing is a management philosophy derived mostly from the work that Toyota undertook in the creation of the Toyota Production System and these principles sit at the heart of the LeanPie Supply Chain.


  1. Challenge: LeanPie has a long-term ambition to transform the Retail Fixtures and POP supply chain and we challenge ourselves every day to achieve this goal
  2. Kaizen: For LeanPie “Good enough never is”. Every order will be reviewed to establish validated learnings that can be applied to every subsequent order so we continuously offer a better and better service to our customers
  3. Genchi Genbutsu: We encourage our clients to go and see the suppliers for themselves so that they have a full understanding of the facts in regard to supply chain efficiency,  manufacturing quality, CSR and sustainability


  1. Respect: LeanPie takes every stakeholders’ problems seriously, and we take full responsibility for both our clients and our suppliers meeting their objectives
  2. Teamwork: LeanPie believes in teamwork and we provide expertise, guidance and training to develop the capability and quality of all aspects of the supply chain. This builds accountability and empowers everyone in the team to make the best decisions at all times in the interests of all stakeholders