Tour the plant that powers the #1 tactical vehicle in the world, and learn how the use of lean tools has resulted in more than $1 million in savings in labor and overhead. AM General’s Powertrain Assembly Plant was built in the late 1990s to produce the 6.5-liter diesel engine and later the 4-speed automatic transmission. Today, it manufactures HUMVEE power-train components. Processes at the plant are mature and capable, but a recent shift in focus to efficiency has required the facility to embrace lean and continuous improvement tools. The plant has initiated a new business operating system and used LSS tools to achieve significant efficiency and savings that would not have seemed possible without the new systems. This tour will also showcase KPI dashboards and the financial tracking of quick wins and larger improvements resulting from Lean Six Sigma tools.