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    01/26/2018

    Combined Services for North America

    STAUFEN and Schuler work in a single team to provide consulting and process optimization for press shops

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    STAUFEN and Schuler can analyze all the processes in the press shop in order to maximize the added value.

    STAUFEN and Schuler are now offering their combined services also in North America. The international specialists work in a single team to provide consulting services and process optimization for press shops.

    With STAUFEN and Schuler, two market leaders have combined their efforts in order to be able to offer clear added value. Under the headline “Process optimization in the press shop. Maximum value-creation throughout the entire process sequence” process improvement experts from STAUFEN together with their counterparts from Schuler analyze all the processes in the press shop in order to maximize the added value.

    Based on a so-called Quick Check, untapped potentials are identified and addressed. In a follow up project, STAUFEN consultants as well as Schuler experts together improve the whole value stream of the press shop. Focus topics are process optimizations, like improvements of Overall Equipment Efficiency (OEE), die change optimizations and the implementation of Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) as well as setup time and output and logistics optimizations.

    Within this cooperation, STAUFEN and Schuler have already analyzed many press shops at different customers all over the world. They discovered that the equipment utilization rate was less than 50% in some cases. The main reasons were wrong or bad dimensioned tooling, long change over times, poor system setups, bad material feeding as well as an unadapted order planning for the machines.

    Based on the individual customer’s results, an individual action plan was developed and its implementation started. Thus, KPIs like OEE, productivity and efficiency were improved significantly.


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