10 Rules for a Successful Meeting

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10 Rules for a Successful
Visual Management Meeting

Meeting around Visual Management Boards

VMT have developed, designed, and produced Visual Management boards that have made up many high performing Visual Management Centres, Obeya or War Rooms over the years.

From our background working as Engineers and Managers at Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK, as Lean consultants and working with our clients to develop and supply Visual Management Centres we have developed a strong understanding of how a successful stand-up Visual Management meeting should run.

There are some key behaviours and elements that are usually seen in a successful meeting and we thought it would be a good idea to share these in this blog. In no particular order:

1 .  The person responsible for updating the board should do so before the meeting and keep updated in between meetings.

This is important as it ensures there isn’t wasted time during the meeting spent waiting whilst the responsible person updates the board. Some meetings can have large numbers of people in involved and those minutes wasted are amplified by the number of people in attendance.

2 . Prepare anything to be raised in the meeting beforehand and where possible make other relevant parties aware.

Good preparation means that it is more likely that facts and data will be discussed rather than opinions and theories improvised on the spot. People don’t like surprises and catching people off guard might cause upset or cause contention that will have a negative impact on the meeting and the mood of those involved.

3 . Respect the other meeting attendees.

Everyone at the meeting should be there to do their best and make a positive contribution. Undermining, criticising, interrupting, or making accusations will show a lack of respect that will damage the team ethos of a stand-up Visual Management meeting.

4 . Be punctual and plan to attend the whole meeting.

Arriving late or leaving the meeting early shows a lack of respect and understanding of the importance of the meeting. It can also cause interruption to the speaker and cause a distraction that can impact the quality of the discussion and any actions being agreed.

5 . No food or drink in the meeting.

Seems trivial but everyone should be fully focussed on what is being said in the meeting. An efficient meeting should be concise in time so the urgency to grab a quick drink or eat breakfast shouldn’t be there as there is plenty of other available time during the day.

6 . Switch off phones or set to silent.

A phone ringing during a meeting is an interference it disrupts the flow of the meeting and interrupts the speaker. By and large most calls can wait for the short period of time that the meeting is taking up.

7 . Keep to the point and stick to facts.

By staying focussed on the subject matter at hand we minimise the risk of overrun of time by talking about matters not related to the point. Sticking to facts keeps the conversation constructive and professional and mitigates the chance of disagreements caused by using opinions and theories. Any discussions that are important but veer away from the subject at hand should be discussed outside of the meeting by the relevant parties.

8 . Make sure that issues are clearly defined, and actions are clear.

Issues that are added to the board should be understandable by all, such that if the whole team became unavailable for some unforeseen reason, a new team could step in, understand, and pick up the issue. The same applies for actions, they should be specific enough that someone can understand the exact next event taking place. These specific actions might form a longer chain that need to be enacted to resolve the issue.

9 . One person should speak at a time.

Everyone in a Visual Management stand-up meeting should have the opportunity to be heard. Ensuring only one person speaks at a time ensures no-one is undermined and there is less disruption to the flow and structure of the meeting.

10 . Make a note of actions to take away from the meeting.

Actions might be assigned during the course of the meeting; it is important that these are noted by the assigned actioner so that progress can be made on the action before the next meeting so there is minimal slippage. There is no excuse to make progress against the action as the assignee will have agreed to the action at the meeting.

Standing Up Meeting around visual management boards - SIKA

Tullis Russell Case Study

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Tullis Russell
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We recently had the opportunity to visit Tullis Russell, a paper mill and coating specialist, in order to create a case study about how implementing Visual Management could be applied to organise the workplace. 

See the Case Study here to watch a short video and to learn more.

Changeover Shadow Board



shadow board on a A frame, holding changeover parts

VMT develop, design and manufacture bespoke Changeover parts Shadow Boards for varying clients and applications. We have a long history of supplying Changeover parts Shadow Boards to support SMED (Single Minute Exchange of Die) processes in industries such as Food and Drink, Pharmaceutical and volume manufacturing.

What is SMED

SMED or Single Minute Exchange of Die is a Lean production method of reducing the time taken to changeover from one run, batch or product to another. The Single Minute phrase indicates that the target is to reduce changeover times to single digits (under 10 minutes). A die is a tool used in manufacturing (such as metal stamping or plastic moulding) but the die can refer to a set of parts or jigs that are used in a repeated frequency to produce a part or perform a function.

How do Changeover Parts Shadow Boards help with SMED?

One of the most important techniques to support SMED implementation is separating the internal and external set up and where possible convert internal to external. External actions can be undertaken without the need for the line or machine to be stopped, internal can only be performed with the line or machine stopped. Conversion of internal to external might involve the build up of sub-assemblies or loosely tightening fixings ahead of the changeover.

Ensuring the parts for the next run are all accounted for and in good condition should be an external action – it can happen whilst the machine is running, a Changeover Parts Shadow Board provides a platform for keeping the parts in good condition and ensuring all parts are accounted for. Putting the parts back onto the Shadow Board is also an external action which can happen once the machine is back up and running again.

VMT are able to supply Changeover parts Shadow Boards on mobile frames, reducing the distance between machine and parts storage. This means there is minimal time required to position the parts into the machine during the changeover process helping to reduce the internal set up times and support the SMED principle.

Are there other benefits to using a Changeover Parts Shadow Board?

Along with supporting SMED implementation the use of Changeover Parts Shadow Boards has other operational benefits.

  • A Changeover parts shadow board provides secure visual storage for the parts required for the next production run.
  • Training of new team members is supported as parts are grouped together and can be named with the inclusion of part names printed on the Shadow Board helping with any complicated terminology or naming.
  • Storing important pieces of machinery and tooling on Changeover Shadow Boards places value on this equipment and encourages team members to treat this equipment with consideration and care.
  • PPM (Planned Preventative Maintenance) is supported as equipment can quickly be visually inspected and if needed basic maintenance/lubrication can be actioned.

How can VMT help me create a Changeover Parts Shadow Board?

For a small charge which can be added to the cost of the Shadow Board, VMT provide an onsite design service so we can ensure that intricate or heavy machine parts are accurately surveyed so that the storage of your Changeover parts on you Shadow Board is accurate and safe. Or, if you would prefer to save a little bit of cost on we can provide detailed instructions on how to send us the information we need to create accurate shadows of the Changeover parts.

If the Shadow Board is to be provided on a mobile frame, we will send a 3D concept drawing with sizes so you can see an accurate representation of what the final solution will look like.

For more information please visit our Shadow Boards page, or get in touch here.

5 Reasons to use a Custom Whiteboard Overlay

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5 Reason to use a Custom Whiteboard Overlay

VMT develop, design, and produce bespoke Custom Whiteboard Overlays for a many applications and industries. Printed Whiteboards, a key Visual Management tool, can be used for monitoring and driving performance in many areas of a business such as: Safety, Quality, Cost, Delivery and People.  Printed Whiteboards are also an excellent Visual Management tool to facilitate problem solving activity and manage major projects.

We have a long history of supplying Custom Whiteboard overlays for factories, warehouses, train maintenance depots and more.

We thought it would be useful for us to share some of the key reasons why your business might benefit from applying Custom Whiteboard Overlays.

Add professionalism


Applying a Custom Whiteboard Overlay to a whiteboard that is currently in use to serve a basic operational purpose, will add a layer of professionalism and corporate branding to material assets that are already in place. This helps to elevate a workplace and foster an environment where professionalism and promotion of corporate identity become the norm.

Standardised Approach


Standardisation is one of the foundations of a Lean organisation. Having standards means that’s it’s easy to identify when something is “not ok” or varies from the standard. Applying Printed Whiteboard Overlays to facilitate Visual Management helps to ensure the right data or information is being tracked/recorded/displayed; and that across a site or organisation, the Visual Management approach is the same. This is important as it means people working across departments are as effective in one department as they might be in another, and that management are able to digest and understand the performance in the tiers they are supervising and reporting back from.

Recycle Equipment


Applying a Custom Whiteboard Overlay to a whiteboard that is currently in use removes the need to procure a new board. Visual Management Technology don’t print direct to board we apply a dry wipe laminated Vinyl “skin” to our boards. This means if a client has boards in place on site, but they’d like to use Printed Whiteboards they can utilise boards that they already are in possession of to create Printed Whiteboard Visual Management.

Future Adaptability


As outlined in the (Recycle Equipment) section above, Visual Management Technology don’t print direct to board we apply a dry wipe laminated Vinyl skin to our boards. This means that as projects or business priorities change, the design to be displayed on the Visual Management boards that we supply can also be changed. So, if perhaps a particular Printed Whiteboard is no longer in use because it is no longer operationally required, the skin can be removed, and the Whiteboard can be repurposed somewhere else in the organisation.

High Impact/Low Cost


Applying a Custom Whiteboard Overlay to a whiteboard that is currently in use is a relatively low-cost way of making an impact in your business. With the use of an existing board and just the Overlay to purchase a significant visual and operational impact can be made with a relatively low outlay.

Hopefully, this blog has been useful in outlining why many of the UKs largest manufacturing companies have engaged with Visual Management Technology to supply them with market leading Visual Management Printed Whiteboard Overlay solutions. If you would like to learn more then visit out Whiteboard Overlay page or get in touch.Custo

5 Reasons to use a Shadow Board



Micrometer Shadow Board on an A frame

VMT develop, design, and produce bespoke Shadow Board solutions for a many applications and industries. Shadow boards, a key Visual Management tool, can be used for visually storing hand tools, machine changeover parts, critical spares, consumables and more.

We have a long history of supplying bespoke Shadow Boards for factories, warehouses, train maintenance depots and more.

We thought it would be useful for us to share some of the key benefits we have either seen ourselves or our clients tell us they have experienced, here are 5 reasons to use a shadow board

1. Reduce time searching for tools with a Shadow Board

Many of our clients engage with us as they have become so busy delivering the service or product to their client that their internal processes and control have begun to suffer. This can be especially true of control of tooling.

In busy factories teams may share tools and when there is no clear home location for tooling it can be difficult to track down that in demand tool, this can lead to frustration and lost time for the user as they spend non value-added time looking for the tool.

This is never more evident than in tool drawers that have no foam visual tool control in place, where trying to find one tool amongst many is very difficult – we have even produced a video to outline this very point.

Placing tools and parts on a Shadow Board means that tools always have a visible home location (and if the behaviours are in place) once a tool is no longer in use it should be easy to locate for the user saving the user time when he might have been searching.

2. Reduce SMED machine part changeover times.

The use of a Shadow Board for SMED processes allows a visual confirmation before a machine or piece of equipment is stopped that the all the changeover parts (for the next product) are available and ready before the machine is switched off. This minimises the downtime of the machine and helps with the target of reducing the minutes taken to complete the changeover to single minutes.

Often, we supply SMED Shadow Boards as mobile units so they can be positioned close to the machine so that any movement required to move (sometimes heavy) parts is minimised. The use of a hand tool Shadow Board close to (sometimes inside the machine guarding) the changeover point also ensures any tooling required to complete the changeover are always available exactly when needed and there is no further delay while the operator locates a particular tool.

3. Follow key Lean 5S principles

Integrating 5S into your organisation for the first time is never easy as operators need to think differently and be prepared to modify their behaviours which have in many cases taken years of formation. The use of a Shadow Board supports the introduction of the 5S process by making it easier for operators to follow the key principles. 

Once only the tools or kit to complete a job have been identified and any unnecessary items removed, the useful items can be SET (Second S) in place and the process will be SUSTAINED (Fifth S) as the items will always have a home where they are visually stored. When Shadow Boards are implemented across an organisation it also helps to ensure a STANDARDISED (Fourth S) approach to tool storage, helping operators to integrate when they are moved or switched across processes.

4. Integrate Visual Management into your workplace

When Visual Management has been well integrated into a workplace, it should be easy to “read” the workplace. A visitor walking into a particular workplace can understand what is happening, what the performance is like, how the process is performed and what items are needed to perform the process.

 Storing tools and equipment with a Shadow Board helps with the last point of ensuring that the tools needed to perform the process are clearly identifiable and easy to locate. Visual Management is also intended to trigger an action in a process (a green traffic light triggers the movement of traffic), in our case a shadow of a missing tool triggers a user or operator to place a tool that has been in use but is no longer required, back on the Shadow Board and cover the shadow.

Shadow Boards on a wall, holding lifting tackle, chains, slings and clamps

5. Increase lifespan of tooling and equipment with a Shadow Board

Firstly, we have had feedback from many of our clients who have rolled out Shadow Boards across their organisation that they have reduced expenditure of tooling and consumables. When tools have a home, especially a visual home it is much less likely for the tools to go missing. Also, if the culture is right, the use of a Shadow Board means that effort will be made to locate the missing tool, without the use of a Shadow Board it can be easy to give up easily and order a new item. 

Secondly, storing tools and equipment on a shadow board means that when not in use the item is safely stored away from possible contamination or impact from other tools being dropped on them as might be seen in tool drawers (without visual tool control). This gives peace of mind to an organisation that equipment that is either carefully calibrated (measuring equipment) or safety critical (lifting equipment) is looked after responsibly. 

Hopefully, this blog has been useful in outlining why many of the UKs largest manufacturing companies have engaged with Visual Management Technology to supply them with market leading Shadow Board solutions. If you would like to learn more please visit our shadow boards page or get in touch

Case Study – Sertec

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At VMT we believe we have the most comprehensive range of Visual Management solutions available in the UK and we pride ourselves on the strong relationships we build with our clients’. The pillars on which these client relationships are built are the advice, support and flexible approach we provide with our Visual Management solutions.


Over the last 3 years we have been working very closely with multi-site Automotive Tier 1 Supplier Sertec Group to help them on a journey of operational excellence overhaul. Initially, we began by designing and supplying key Visual Management products to one of their stamping sites. These solutions covered key business performance areas such as:

  • Safety (PPE Signage, Safety Archway, Floor Graphics)
  • Basic ‘day-to-day’ operations (Directional Signs, Kanban style instruction, Concern Resolution Visual Management)
  • 5S (Cleaning Station Shadow Boards, 5S Visual Management Boards)
  • Delivery (Project Planning and KPI tracking Visual Management)


Sertec as a business who feel it important to project to visitors, customers, staff and new starters a company that is serious about what they do, value the company history and take pride in their work. VMT supported Sertec by developing, designing and supplying simple visual solutions such as:

  • Timeline wall graphics
  • Outside signage
  • Memorial garden visuals


One particular project that Sertec required more detailed support with developing, was their Dojo training area. This area is used to train new starters into the company the fundamental skills they need to work safely and efficiently on the shop floor. After initial on-site consultation we began by providing a 3-Dimensional plan view visual of the area so the Plant Manager was better able to visualise and plan out the space available to him. From this point we were able to insert into the visual the designs for the Signage and Visual Management that were installed in the area. This allowed the Plant Manager to obtain approval from the stakeholders within the business ahead of installation. New starters to the business are now exposed to Visual Management and best practice workplace visuals from day one, so they are proficient and familiar with these working methods once they are introduced to the shop floor.


Sertec management understand the importance of sharing the results of good Kaizen activity across their business (Yokoten) and as such, we have had contact to help support Visual Management roll-out at their other three sister sites. At VMT we keep a library of the designs we have been supplying to our clients which made it easy for us to show the other Sertec sites the “catalogue” of the more transferrable designs we have developed for the company. The transfer of the Visual Management implemented at the initial site helps with the standardisation of approach that is one of the foundations found in a company embracing operational excellence. It means that someone from one site should be able to operate within the key Visual Management framework and recognise the key visual prompts and instructions when working within one of the other group sites.


Sertec have been so pleased with the relationship we have developed with them that they kindly agreed to allow us to produce our own case study video with them. The results of the video that we planned, filmed and edited ourselves can be seen below.

Safety Arch

Safety Arch Signage

VMT develop, design and produce printed Signage solutions for a many applications and industries. We have a long history of supplying bespoke Safety Signs for factories, warehouses, train depots and more.

Paying consideration to Health and Safety is a basic requirement in any workplace and safety signage helps to:

  • Ensure the workforce is kept safe and protected through clear instruction and PPE provision.
  • Work towards zero harm by raising awareness and driving safety improvement.
  • Comply with Health and Safety law and engage with the workforce.

Safety should always come number one in any organisation

A lot of the safety signage we supply is utilised in locations around our customers facilities to provide visual cues and reminders such as; What PPE should be worn in a specific area or to keep in a certain area to reduce the risk of collisions. We regulalrly supply traditional wall mounted or hanging signage or (as has become more popular post Covid) floor mounted anti-slip signs – and whilst these types of signs are great for imparting very specific messages we have begun to develop and supply a signage solution to allow our clients’ to communicate a “larger” holistic approach to safety; namely our Safety Arches or Archways.

What is Safety Arch?

Visual cues have most impact when they are made hard to ignore. Creating specific safety signage that surrounds the entrance or creates a gateway to a facility/factory/workshop where everybody enters means that all who enter the facility are reminded of the importance of acting safely and abiding by any specific safety requirements (such as PPE). The safety arches we supply come in two main configurations:

  • Fitted around a doorway – fixed to and supported by the wall surrounding the doorway. VMT can supply the necessary fixing to fix to the wall
  • Free standing Archway – this option creates a large visual impact. This free-standing option is bolted to the floor and we can supply the necessary fixings for this option.

Why use a Safety Arch in your facility?

The use of a Safety Arch serves to promote safety awareness in several ways:

  • Safety Communication – Creates a centralised location to post key safety notices relating to the facility that the Arch provides a gateway to.
  • PPE Requirements – Provide an opportunity to visually communicate (and allow to check against) the PPE requirements for staff and visitors alike within the facility.
  • Take away excuses – Walking through a safety arch means that an individual has been exposed to the importance to the organisation of Safe behaviours and abiding by safety standards, therefore any unsafe behaviours observed can be robustly challenged.

The feedback we have had on the Safety Arches we have supplied centre around how much impact they provide in the workplace and how they are visual that communicates to all (Staff, contractors and visitors) how important safety is to the organisation.

If you have an interest and would like know more, then click here.

Practical Problem Solving

Practical Problem Solving

VMT develop, design and produce printed Visual Management whiteboards for a many diverse purposes. One very common purpose for the Visual Management Boards we supply is to facilitate a structured process for problem solving.

In theory Problem Solving should be an easy process of defining what the problem is and taking actions to resolve the problem. However, without the use of a structured problem solving method there’s a lot of potential for non-value added wasteful activity. The use of a Practical Problem Solving Visual Management board ensures a reduction in time wasted on debate using opinions and theories and ensures uniform definitions are applied and a structured series of steps for solving problems.


What is Practical Problem Solving process?


Practical Problem Solving is successful when made up of several key elements.

  • A structured approach to problem solving – performed the same way across an organisation. This structure includes well known standard problem solving tools such as the 5 Why process and Ishikawa (or Fishbone) cause and effect diagram.
  • Having a clear definition of what is and what isn’t a problem – usually something is a problem if it deviates from a set standard or creates a gap between a desired outcome and what is actually happening.
  • Acquiring good data – the problem solving process involves making decisions on courses of actions based on data and information. If the data isn’t good, it’s likely the action won’t be good and the problem will persist.
  • Open minds and reflection – It’s important when undertaking Practical Problem Solving activity that investigation and actions aren’t influenced by what we think is happening, we remain open to all possibilities. Reflection and sharing feedback allows other to learn from the activity which is essential for continuous improvement.


So, now we’ve established what Practical Problem is and what the key elements are, let’s have a look at the benefits of using a Visual Management board to facilitate the Practical Problem Solving process.


Why use a Visual Management board for your Practical Problem Solving Process?


The use of a Visual Management board to facilitate the Practical Problem Solving process has several key benefits:

  • Communication – The board provides a visual snapshot of the status of the process, showing all what the impact of the problem is, what is believed to be the root cause and what is being done to rectify the issue.
  • Gemba/Point of problem – Using a Visual Management board encourages discussion and analysis to take place at the point of the problem, minimising the use of opinions and theories and maximising the use of facts and data.
  • Drive the activity – When used as part of a team activity a Visual Management board encourages the practice of individuals agreeing to take away actions to progress, that are tracked on the board.
  • Educate – A Practical Problem Solving Visual Management board is an excellent tool to coach team members through the structured problem solving process and as a result enhancing the team’s Lean culture.


We have had excellent feedback on our Practical Problem Solving Visual Management boards. Some of the comments we hear focus on how useful it is to have a standard tool for undertaking problem solving and how the boards encourage accountability and proactivity.


If you have an interest and would like to know more please get in touch, or view more visual management boards at https://v-m-t.co.uk/visual-management-boards/

Morning Meetings Visual Management Boards

Morning Meeting Visual Management Boards

VMT develop designs and manufacture printed Visual Management whiteboards for a multitude of purposes. One very common purpose for the Visual Management Boards we supply is to facilitate morning meetings or huddles. Our founders all have in depth experience running and attending these types of meetings from their early days as Engineers and Managers at Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK. They have all gone on to implement this key lean communication principle in diverse industries such as Rail, Food, Pharmaceutical, Motorsport and Manufacturing.

These meetings are frequent, short (typically 10-15 minutes), start of day/shift meetings where key information is briefed, and issues/sticking points are raised among the team.

What happens in a morning meeting?

The typical agenda for a morning meeting might include but not be limited to:

  • A summary or review of current performance – Did we have a good day or bad day? Are we on target or not?
  • Priorities – a briefing of the priority of the work to be completed – ensure the team has direction and know what they are doing.
  • Issues – a chance for everyone to raise concerns and for individuals to agree in front of their peers to take relevant action.
  • General communication – allows a team leader to have an individual conversation with all rather multiple conversations with individuals.

The meetings are usually stand-up meetings which helps to ensure they are short and keep people alert and engaged. There is usually a meeting administrator or leader who guides the agenda and “polices” the meeting to ensure the discussion doesn’t go off topic or become too long winded.

Why use a Visual Management board in a morning meeting?

The use of a Visual Management board in a morning meeting helps to give:

  • Structure – The meeting attendees are aware of what will be talked about and can prepare feedback/issues to raise.
  • A Platform – The Visual Management board provides a physical medium where information can be visually displayed (Statistics/graphs/photographs) to communicate key information or entered manually (handwritten notes or filling in of numbers/tally charts etc.)
  • A Standard Approach – Using a Visual Management board to structure a meeting ensures that meetings are happening the same way across a business and mean that if the meeting administrator is unavailable someone is able to step into their shoes.
  • Empowerment of the team – Not everyone is confident speaking in front of others. A Visual Management board gives individuals a place to park their ideas or concerns without fear of being judged.

We have supplied wide ranging specifications for our Morning Meeting (or Huddle) Visual Management boards. From a simple wall mounted printed board through to a full free standing multi-sided structure with full corporate branding. VMT has the experience and knowledge to advise from the very early design stage through to the technicalities of installation, training and daily usage.

Please get in touch if you’d like to know more or view more products at https://v-m-t.co.uk

Why Visual Management Technology (VMT)?

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Why Visual Management Technology (VMT)?

Visual Management Technology (VMT) now has over a decade of experience providing Visual Management solutions to blue chip clients across diverse industries such as Rail, Aerospace, Nuclear and Food/ Beverage Production. We count some of the most successful organisations operating in the UK amongst our client base. We think it’s important that our client’s whether old or new understand what we’re about and why they should make us their trusted partner for Visual Management in their Lean, Continuous Improvement or Operational Excellence journey.

Lean Pedigree

All our founders spent time working at various levels Engineers or Managers at Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK. We have lived and breathed Visual Management working for one of the pioneers for Lean techniques and we endeavour to share this knowledge and experience with our valued clients.


We have taken the knowledge forged in our experience working as Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK members and implemented Visual Management projects across many sectors. We have the skills and ability to help advise on:
  • How to implement Visual Management to provide control and improvement.
  • Effective design for performance enhancing Visual Management.
  • How to roll out a sustainable 5S strategy for workplace organisation.
  • Products and methods for helping to reduce waste associated with poor control of tools and parts.
We have vast experience in many sectors, which can be repeated but are always on the lookout for the opportunity to utilise best practice in new sectors.

Onsite Presence

As long as VMT has been operating we have always based our business model on ensuring we spend time onsite with our clients. It is here we can see the challenges our clients face and how the Visual Management products and services we supply will fit and support the problem the client is trying to solve or improvement they are trying to make. Many of our clients we have visited multiple times and we pride ourselves in becoming trusted advisors.

Product Range

VMT develops, designs and manufactures (all in house) the widest and most comprehensive range of Visual Management products and services available in the UK or Europe. Our products and services include:
  • Onsite audit, advice and training
  • Visual Management Boards
  • Visual Management Centres / Obeya / War Room
  • Shadow Boards
  • Signage
  • Safety Signage / Safety Archway
  • Cleaning Stations
  • Foam Tool / Part control
Our wide product range along with our advisory service means you need to look no further for a “One stop Shop” for workplace visual and Visual Management support. We hope this summary is useful to our existing and prospective clients in showing what VMT has to offer and why so many organisation have put their trust in us to deliver Visual Management projects. For more information on our product range and services follow the link below. https://www.v-m-t.co.uk