PUMP Principles Infographic

March 23, 2020 Casey Nighbor

Our engineering team bases its approach on PUMP principles. This signature set of principles emphasizes pace, utilization, methods and performance. 

PUMP stands for Performance, Utilization, Methods and Pace, focus operations managers on critical areas within their facilities that can quickly impact productivity performance. 

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