Focusing on the elements which drive your business, MCG is able to provide unique consulting experience to evaluate the way in which your company is functioning and make recommendations to alter your business process to achieve measurable results.

This includes evaluating your warehouse operation, your paperwork flow, your customer service function, and/or your overall approach to conducting business. Along with the partners of MCG, several other MCG managers are involved with management consulting for the following industries: apparel, importing, property management, wholesale distribution, manufacturing, legal, and retail.

For an introductory meeting or to find out more about this service, please contact Ken Goldberg at

Frequently Asked Questions

Process engineering services can benefit businesses in several ways. Firstly, they can help optimize and streamline business operations, leading to improved efficiency and cost savings. Secondly, process engineering services can identify bottlenecks and areas of inefficiency, allowing for targeted improvements and increased productivity. Thirdly, these services can assist in the design and implementation of new processes or technologies, facilitating innovation and competitive advantage. Lastly, process engineering services often involve risk assessment and mitigation strategies, ensuring compliance with regulations and minimizing operational risks.

Many industries need process engineering services. Process engineering optimizes manufacturing lines and improves product quality in automotive, pharmaceutical, and food processing industries. Process engineering improves energy efficiency and operations in energy and utilities. Process engineering helps the chemical sector optimize, protect, and comply. Process engineering also optimizes operations and resource use in oil and gas, renewable energy, and wastewater treatment.

Developing, configuring and optimizing industrial processes from inception through to start up and certification. Assessing processes, taking measurements and interpreting data. Designing, running, testing and upgrading systems and processes.

For process engineers, they typically analyze a company’s current systems to identify areas of improvement. They then work on designing new processes that are more efficient and effective. For project engineers, they often need to troubleshoot problems that arise during a project’s development or implementation.

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