With sales of 137 million Euros in 2011, Armor is one of the leaders in producing inked ribbon used in thermal transfer printing for product identification and other applications. Ribbon is produced by applying ink to polyethylene terephthalate (PET) film in a web coating process in which the speed.
Tension and position of the web and other variables must be closely controlled in order to ensure the highest possible quality while maximizing throughput. Gildas Hubert, project manager for Armor, has simulated many of the company’s coating machines with MSC Software’s Adams multibody dynamics software and control systems with Easy5 multi-domain modeling and simulation software
WakaDigital guarantees uptime through its adoption of the Kaseya IT Automation Framework, a remote and automaticIT systems management solution that provides complete access into and control over distributed systems. Kaseya lets administrators know what is out on the network, how systems are being used and who are using them.Then, Kaseya providesthe management functionality to make changes to distributed machines,so that the systems are up and running optimally and are consistent with the organization’s IT policies..
IT infrastructure is critical today for maintaining business continuity. Due to errors or problems that may be encountered in these systems, companies can lose millions of dollars, depending on their volume. This highlights the significance of the management, maintenance, and control of these systems. Providing services to the tourism sector on a global scale, Amadeus has a significant position as the market leader in this widespread sector in Turkey. Learn more about Amadeus Turkey
This paper is on production planning and inventory control in systems where manufacturing and remanufacturing operations occur simultaneously. Typical for these hybrid systems is, that both the output of the manufacturing process and the output of the remanufacturing process can be used to fulfil customer demands.
Our research in the area of production planning and inventory control with remanufacturing was initiated by a consulting project which we carried out for a large U.S. manufacturer of photocopiers (see Thierry et al., 1995). The manufacturer had developed a prototype of a new generation of photocopiers, which differed from older generations since some modules stemming from used photocopiers were re-usable in new photocopiers. This process, in which used components (modules) are processed to satisfy exactly the same quality and other standards as new components is named re manufacturing. Click here to read more…