Take Control of the Increasing Complexity in Mechanical and Plant Engineering!
Companies in the mechanical and plant-engineering industries face the challenge of taking control of the increasing complexity in their areas of business:
- What levers are there in the company?
- How can high efficiency and high flexibility be ensured for production processes?
- How can growing space needs and space efficiency be controlled?
- How can delivery dates be safeguarded across the whole development chain?
These are just some of the questions that Ingenics intensively discusses and together solves with its clients.
Tangible paths to solutions are offered, for example, in the form of continuous efficiency improvement in production and new concepts for research-and-development departments. When it comes to this, clients benefit from the Ingenics innovation model and the exploitation of great potential through lean development methods.
A company’s competitive position can be made stronger over the long term by making order-fulfillment processes faster with LeanOffice methods or expanding a service offering, for example by hosting joint setup workshops with the end clients.
Furthermore, companies are guided from the planning stages through to the full utilization – with our support – of new markets in emerging economies and establishment of new production sites around the world. International factory planning, supplier selection, and supplier development included.
Ingenics provides consulting services:
- in the worlds of work for creative work adapted to projects in research-and-development departments
- in lean management for well-qualified suppliers, a reliable supply chain, and transparent and efficient production through to the design of operations in shopfloor management, with accompanying qualification
- in the application of the Industrial Engineering Approach to quickly and sustainably increase efficiency, flexibility and speed, especially in production,
- in logistics planning and factory planning to adapt existing facilities or create new spaces where new entrepreneurial opportunities can take shape
Overcoming Crisis Resiliently
How companies in the mechanical-engineering sector can protect themselves today and become stronger for tomorrow. Every company’s current situation and its resilience strongly depend on its product range, its operational efficiency, and the complexity of its supply chain. This white paper describes the three key challenges that confront businesses in the mechanical-engineering sector, both currently as well as in comparable crises in the future. This document will help you define a structured, pragmatic approach with which you can identify the correct fields of action in your situation and implement sets of actions quickly and successfully.Download