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Systems for the electronic component manufacturing industry

Guangdong, East China / Electronic component manufacturing / 150 employees

Guangdong, East China / Electronic component manufacturing / 150 employees

Improving operations and sharing information on the manufacturing site through computerisation

Customer Challenges

Huge volumes of production instructions, etc.
Paper-based management leads to inefficient on-site work and inaccurate performance data.

  • 1

    A huge number of SOPs (standards of work):
    It takes time to prepare a huge number of SOPs (standards of work), blueprints and other documents before the start of production, while document printing and photocopying is costly.

  • 2

    Distribution of manufacturing instructions in paper form:
    Distribution is inefficient, as site leaders spend time and effort incorporating production plans into EXCEL work instructions and have to take paper versions of production instructions to each facility.

  • 3

    Handwritten performance report:
    Paper-based handwritten performance reports lead to mistakes in worker entries, time-consuming tallying by site managers and transcription errors. In addition, workers are left to record various working hours, resulting in inaccurate production performance data.

  • 4

    Inefficient information checking:
    It is impossible to check information such as equipment loads without visiting the work site.

  • 5

    Material / Parts control with a handwritten label:
    Handwritten labels for parts and materials are prone to case typing and reading mistakes, while there is a limit to the amount of information that can be entered. This results in low accuracy in the management of both semi-finished and finished products.

Proposal from TRE

A paperless solution with the digitisation of production instructions and location-independent visualisation of production status.

Digitisation of SOPs, blueprint, sample images, etc.

Distribution of electronic manufacturing instructions on the system

Registration of production results using tablets and automatic measurement of equipment operating hours

Visualisation of the production line through dashboards

Materials management by means of QR-coded physical delivery slips

Implementation Schedule

Production starts approximately seven months after signing the contract.