Production & Scheduling

“Looking to introduce new processes or strategies such as Lean or JIT to an existing operation but worried about the potential downsides?”

Simulation is a powerful technique for analysing manufacturing systems, evaluating the impact of system changes, and for making informed decisions. A digital twin of your operation enables effective analysis and provides an efficient way to experiment and reduce the costs of testing in the real world.

Looking to introduce new products or potentially cull out low margin or loss-making product lines? Introducing a new product or removing an existing product disrupts the current production schedule and requires a new one to be generated.

Optimised scheduling of products/equipment/warehousing considers capacity constraints and delivery service needs. Significant capital and operating cost savings can be delivered by understanding how many resources are required, of what type and when.

Challenges: Production planning optimisation and scheduling, Bottleneck analysis, Maintenance planning, Process improvement, Inventory planning, Workforce, and equipment allocation

Production & Scheduling

“Looking to introduce new processes or strategies such as Lean or JIT to an existing operation but worried about the potential downsides?”

Simulation is a powerful technique for analysing manufacturing systems, evaluating the impact of system changes, and for making informed decisions. A digital twin of your operation enables effective analysis and provides an efficient way to experiment and reduce the costs of testing in the real world.

Looking to introduce new products or potentially cull out low margin or loss-making product lines? Introducing a new product or removing an existing product disrupts the current production schedule and requires a new one to be generated.

Optimised scheduling of products/equipment/warehousing considers capacity constraints and delivery service needs. Significant capital and operating cost savings can be delivered by understanding how many resources are required, of what type and when.

Challenges: Production planning optimisation and scheduling, Bottleneck analysis, Maintenance planning, Process improvement, Inventory planning, Workforce, and equipment allocation