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If high-quality hand tools are to be manufactured in large quantities, the final grinding process often determines not only the quality of the end product, but also the cost-effectiveness of production.
... in a New Age of Manufacturing.
At Supfina, we understand continually improving key metrics in high-mix, demand-dependent manufacturing can prove to be quite difficult. Having the mindset that drives focus to minimizing setbacks, rather than implementing entirely new programs or policies, has generally been regarded as a more cost-conducive and effective strategy.
In the manufacturing industry, time is money. Let’s address how you can best make use of your time, maximizing profit potential while minimizing your attention to low value adding operations.
On October 1, 2020, Christoph Siegel, a graduate in business administration, took up his position as Managing Director of Supfina. With his professional expertise in international mechanical engineering and business administration, he will drive the successful orientation of the Black Forest company as a provider of high-tech solutions for automated manufacturing systems.
One company’s approach of using decades of process and manufacturing know-how to create long-term solutions in an uncertain climate.
It’s no secret that the most popular phrase of 2020 has been social distancing. From a component manufacturing perspective, that concept seems daunting, and costly. There are still workers on the front lines: assemblers, operators, and others that have to work in close proximity to one another.