Especially in today’s world, the correct design of work environments is an immensely important approach to becoming more productive and efficient. From territorial and non-territorial workspaces to the “clean desk” philosophy, everything centers on the balance of productivity, workload, and employee well-being. This can include everything from the room layout to technical requirements and the choice of office furniture – indeed, there are many other important considerations, such as establishing a management culture that focuses on workspaces.
This applies to all sectors, and SMEs in particular have an opportunity to take a big step forward on the journey to creating a factory of the future in terms of their own value creation and in the recruitment of skilled workers.
It makes no difference whether this stage is called a general development plan, a plant structure plan, or a master plan – what does matter is that there is adequate expertise and experience available to identify and follow the right direction. That is what makes us experts in factory planning in all its depth and breadth.