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  • The Road to the Car of the Future

    The car of the future will offer will offer the best in entertainment, information, connectivity and safety – all seamlessly integrated through a network of complex technologies. All of this advanced technology requires specialized processes and equipment to build. Let’s explore some of this technology and what it takes to make today’s modern cars so smart, as well as how we are getting one step closer to that future car.

  • Happy New Year

    The majority of people are not fully clear what POP is all about and afraid to make mistakes when implementing new manufacturing strategies. Many don’t seem to know where to start. This blog will help get them started on the right path.

  • Sweeten Up Your Manufacturing Process with the APL

    The majority of people are not fully clear what POP is all about and afraid to make mistakes when implementing new manufacturing strategies. Many don’t seem to know where to start. This blog will help get them started on the right path.

  • Put your experience to work for a great company!

    The majority of people are not fully clear what POP is all about and afraid to make mistakes when implementing new manufacturing strategies. Many don’t seem to know where to start. This blog will help get them started on the right path.

  • How much do you know about POP? – Part 1

    The majority of people are not fully clear what POP is all about and afraid to make mistakes when implementing new manufacturing strategies. Many don’t seem to know where to start. This blog will help get them started on the right path.

  • Change the Way You Think About Changeover – Part 2

    OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) is a top view metric indicating the gap between the initial and improved performance of a manufacturing unit. It categorizes major reasons for poor performance of equipment, providing the basis for further analysis and improvement in a production process.

  • Change the Way You Think About Changeover – Part 1

    Productivity can not be measured by the performance of your machines alone. True factory efficiency is driven by several important factors within the manufacturing environment. Understanding and optimizing these factors is the best way to maximize productivity.