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Kaizen system

Kaizen is a Japanese quality management system, first used by Toyota automaker during its recovery after World War II. The word Kaizen is composed of two words: Kai, meaning “change”, and Zen, meaning “for better”. Even though the concept of Kaizen was born in Japan, it became popular throughout the world and has repeatedly proven effective, not only in industry, but also in the service sector.

The concept of Kaizen is aimed at continuous (permanent) improvement of all processes in the company.

Toyota factory representatives say that even now, after almost 50 years of work in this direction, they are still making the first humble steps.

Currently, this system has been applied on a daily basis at all world class enterprises, including Toyota, Boeing, Microsoft, Airbus, Nissan, Mazda, Toshiba, as well as at countless small but successful companies. The idea of this work is to reduce losses, build up quality and reduce costs.


Kaizen application means:

Implementing this system benefits company owners, employees and consumers alike; in other words, this is a “triple win” system.

Currently the company has certified experts on lean production, who have experience in implementing this system in Tajikistan and successfully completed internship at enterprises in Thailand.


Our proposal for Kaizen services includes:

  • Planning work processes and integrating quality aspect into the processes
  • Constant improvement
  • Optimizing production processes
  • Reducing losses
  • Reducing the cost of goods sold