ABOUT US

Time Temp Trac, LLC was established in 2010 to facilitate the implementation of a Real Time Location System for an Academic Medical Center. Coverage of six million square feet allowed location tracking of Blood Bank Coolers, movable assets and Passive RFID Inventory Status of Radiology Aprons.

Management Engineering was added to the services so Incremental Improvements in Quality Standards, Cost Reduction, and On-time Delivery can be facilitated for our clients. We provide public and business specific seminars tailored to specific industries. Facilitation of Incremental Improvements during In-house Kaizen ses- sions with the CEO and Staff is offered with the seminar.

Our Mission:

Working together with the CEO and Staff of our clients to help them establish the standards that focus on superior Quality, reduced Cost, and On-time Delivery improvements of their goods and services to satisfy the current customer and attract new business.
About our Founder:

Experience:

Ron Noel has held Management and Engineering roles with AMP Incorporated, Burns Aerospace, Templex Incorporated, and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. In his early career, he was a Science Educator for South Western School District, Hanover, Pennsylvania.
Ron is currently the principal of Time Temp Trac LLC, a Management Engineering / Process Improvement organization that offers training and In-House process improvement facilitation to help clients improve Quality, reduce Costs, and adhere to Delivery Schedules. Critical Thinking and Lean Principles are used during Kaizen Events to initiate constant, beneficial Incremental Improvements. These improvements have been found to increase current customer repeat orders and generate new inquiries leading to new business.

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Physics Education – Shippensburg State College
Master in Audio Visual Communication – Shippensburg State College
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology – Penn State, Capitol Campus
Master in Business Administration – Wake Forest University