Continuous manufacturing

Reduce throughput time

Countless studies show: 40 to 50 percent of a plant’s entire throughput time is caused by unnecessary idle periods. This is often due to a flawed material flow. In 90 percent of cases, idle periods can be drastically reduced by implementing simple measures. The solution consists of a critical evaluation of the supply chain and its response capability, which is the key to long-term success.
All seminars are offered in German. English seminars are available on request.

The industry usually focuses on improving efficiency in the value-creation processes like design, programming and milling. This prioritization devotes too little attention to the necessary associated processes such as in-house material flows. Minor investments or adaptations can often accelerate these processes, leading to savings.

This seminar primarily addresses managing directors and production managers who want to evaluate the structure of their supply chain and design their manufacturing processes to be leaner and more efficient.

Presentations are concise and to the point.

Werner Sixt, Steinbichler Optotechnik GmbH

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