Meet Paul and Fluere
Fluere, a specialist process improvement consultancy based in Yorkshire, focuses predominantly on operations and on helping manufacturing organisations across the UK and overseas to become more productive and profitable.
Fluere was founded in 2013 by Paul Molloy, a Lean Six Sigma and process improvement consultant with over 30 years’ experience within both consultancy and industry. Paul has held key roles in the deployment of several successful organisation-wide continuous improvement initiatives and has subsequently built a highly skilled supporting team within Fluere.
Fluere’s consulting team, who come from a range of areas and industries, assist organisations in identifying and delivering substantial savings. They are adept at working with and developing teams to apply improvement techniques to a wide range of processes, challenges and sectors.
The Fluere team take a hands on approach, and the team’s wealth of experience enables them to appreciate the dilemmas and pressures organisations may face when it comes to radically improving their operations.
“We believe and have demonstrated repeatedly that, with the right level of engagement, most manufacturing businesses can improve significantly more and in a much quicker timescale than they ever thought possible.”
Paul Molloy | Director of Fluere
“We are serious about improving your business. As operational experts, we strive to radically increase your productivity to maximise profits and savings. Our hands-on team really get to know your business, working with your people to deliver sustainable practical solutions.”
Fluere – ‘To Flow’ (Latin)
Meet the team
Paul Molloy | Director
Jake Mellor | Consultant
Charlotte Mackenzie | Office Administrator
Barney Hughes | Consultant
Paul Tyrer | Associate Consultant
Steve Lowry | Associate Consultant
Chris Parker | Associate Consultant
Joe Meays | Consultant
Our practical consultants coach and mentor your team using a highly interactive and structured approach whilst allowing you to manage your ‘business as usual’. All of our solutions are done 'with you' instead of 'to you'. As well as applying improvement tools, we also believe there are four other, equally essential factors, that all need to work together to realise substantial benefits and lasting change as portrayed in the jigsaw below.