For almost 4 decades, MAL has focused on the delivery of measurable, long-lasting bottom-line results for industries throughout the world. The success of the MAL process is achieved by involving people, enhancing the information people have to communicate with and ensuring that the operating processes are aligned to meet internal and external performance expectations. From the beginning, MAL had a commitment to delivering sustainable operational and financial improvements that could be measured without the need for capital investment.
We are proud that 85% of our work is repeat business.
MAL’s belief is what gets measured, gets managed.
The management process has become more complex due to an increase in the number & physical assets, more complex designs, new techniques and changing views of the organizational roles & responsibilities
Operating Behaviors and Practices have a significant impact on the management process
There must be shared accountability between all functional areas the procurement , engineering, facilities / maintenance and production organizations
Management is responding to a constantly changing set of expectations due to increasing pressures to achieve high plant availability and containment of costs, quality and customer service
Management & Supervisors are being required to adapt to new ways of thinking and acting and the investment in new systems is creating a data-driven environment but not necessarily providing the data to manage
Communications have become strained with little focus on timely, long-term problem solving.
The MAL process addresses all these challenges with an approach