Siemens Energy faced a critical decision a few years ago. The gas- and steam-powered turbine manufacturer had decided to centralize their production process into their Charlotte, North Carolina facility.
Large-scale industrial turbines require many parts and materials. If Siemens was going to centralize production, they would have to create a process for receiving and sorting materials, kitting them, and then delivering them to the final point-of-use in the production facility.
In this case study, you'll learn about the exact challenges Siemens faced and how Deufol was able to create a custom solution that met all of the energy company's needs.
Learn how we:
- Created a coordination, logistics, and reporting structure to consolidate several manufacturing facilities and warehouses.
- Deliver materials daily, and often within hours, to meet Siemens' urgent production needs.
- Align our kitting process with Siemens' Work Breakdown Structure, so parts our packaged and delivered to the right workstation at the right time.
- Created traceability and visibility so Siemens can always see where certain materials and parts are located.
- Reduced Siemens' capital in warehousing, labor, and technological solutions.
- And much more!
We use Deufol as an extension of our own manufacturing unit to complement our internal competencies. I often look to Deufol to use its streamlined capabilities in thermoforming.
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