Motion and Time Studies
A time and motion study is used to determine the amount of time required for a specific activity, work function, or mechanical process. By determining the work elements and cycles to be studied, capturing cycle time data, and using statistical analysis, accurate times can be calculated and used for planning, measurement, and comparison purposes.
Simulation Modelling and Analysis
Simulation modelling and analysis in today's competitive market is gaining importance as a "Decision making tool" for making better decision faster.
Planning and Scheduling
Preactor production scheduling software can be run either stand-alone or to enable other complementary software that does not have full finite capacity scheduling or sequencing capabilities. For example most ERP systems use infinite capacity to generate plans, but, where there is a finite capacity capability, it does not take into account the full intricacies of your process such as operator and tooling constraints or sequence dependent changeover times.
Lean Manufacturing and Impementation
Lean is a philosophy to bring in a transformation in an organization with a prime goal of reducing input costs, increasing output, eliminating waste and increasing profitability.
Process Improvements today require elemental study and analysis for ensuring non value adding activities in the processes are eliminated from the roots.
Line balancing is a technique to stream line the work flow and have optimum resources available for the given task, to keep input costs low for increased profitability.