Recognize the need for changes and proactive adjustments
We take into account all the complex order and line balancing data to establish a set of rules for an entire line. This approach ensures that individual rules do not overlap or interlock, causing that no error-free sequences canbe found. The result is a maximal effective sequence-able set of rules.
In case of changes in the line balancing and adjustments of the order program, all rules have to be checked again. This should, of course, take place before any changes effect your production. Using the sequencing rule derivation, you can check proactively how these changes of the order programs can affect the rule set. Further, you will get information on the status of the rules. You will exactly know which rules have become obsolete, which rules have to be tightened and which rules can be disregarded. Our approach provides the necessary information before any problems can occur in your production.
Rules by intuition
“We believe that all difficult orders consist of right-hand drive vehicles. The maximal occurrence should be 1 out of 3. A take rate exceeding 33%, so 1 out of 2, is still better than nothing.“
Analytical sequencing rule derivation
“The v6 diesel engine for a right-hand drive variant strains the workstation to 147%. An average of 95% of bottleneck situations can be avoided by regulating the occurrence of these right- hand vehicle orders to 2 out of 5.“