Due to health and safety concerns during the Coronavirus pandemic, many manufacturers have paused or reduced their operations. Shutdowns are difficult for any industry, but for manufacturers, starting and stopping their complex production processes involves much more than flipping a switch. And...
Learn how production efficiency can be visualized in real-time on the shop floor and how machine shutdowns and root cause issues can be quickly identified.
Learn how dynamic routing and line balancing are essential to a more agile approach to the complex steps in the manufacturing process.
Automated processes help manufacturers remove touchpoints and solve the issues with coronavirus, to optimize scheduling, supply chain, and more.
A candy factory that produces various types of high quality sweets such as, gum, licorice, peppermint, marshmallows, wafers, meringue, has included Objective in its production processes. In the past years, the company has become one of the most important players in its field in the Benelux and in a...
An MES with integrated quality management identifies potential issues and optimizes the production line.
Bakery de Paauw is an industrial bakery based in the Netherlands. They make about 300.000 loaves of bread and 1.8 million buns. Their bread and pastries are made daily. At bakery de Paauw, the classic WMS (Warehouse Management System) software was used, supplemented by a paper traceability system...
One of the largest flour producers added track and trace capability to drive increased productivity and ensuring that relevant data is assessed.
Duijvelaar Pompen, a manufacturer that specializes in centrifugal pumps, implemented the Objective MES system. The system answered their needs for the modular constructions of the pumps and helped them achieve their goals.
Manufacturers need a closed-loop, fully integrated solution to manage and track overall equipment effectiveness and quality from gate to gate.