HOW TO RESTART SUCCESSFULLY AFTER THE SHUTDOWN
Every manufacturing company is currently faced with the question of how it can ramp up its production as quickly as possible and get the business up and running again. At TMG Consultants GmbH, we have been working with a team of experts over the past few weeks to develop the "Kick-Start after Shutdown" program to precisely meet this challenge.
For this purpose, we have developed a detailed catalogue of recommended actions to be taken in six core areas of manufacturing companies and will tailor this to your business. We cordially invite you to participate in this video dialogue:
- How do you achieve the optimal balance between resources, capacities, network and delivery time in production today?
- How should you implement your SCM recovery program after the shutdown?
- Which product portfolio should you prioritize today and how should you reduce product costs?
- What about your suppliers? Do you need new, more stable suppliers?
- How can resilient processes and efficient indirect functions make your company more responsive?
STARTING UP AND ALIGNING OPERATIONS QUICKLY AND EFFICIENTLY...
How can disruptions to the production rhythm – up to and including partial closures and complete shutdowns – be overcome and production be ramped up again quickly and efficiently in all areas? How can "production" effectively combat the crisis? What are the challenges for manufacturing?
SCM & LOGISTICS
ENSURING DELIVERY RELIABILITY AND SETTING UP A ROBUST SUPPLY CHAIN...
The unpredictable development of the current situation leads to uncertainties in the supply chain, which makes reliable planning almost impossible. As a result, the supply chain faces the following challenges when it comes to restarting:
IDENTIFYING CRITICAL SUPPLIERS, QUICKLY FINDING NEW TECHNOLOGICALLY SUITABLE SUPPLIERS...
Highly globalized and integrated supply chains pose a major challenge, as stable production plans for ramp-up after shutdowns often fail due to low availability of suppliers or individual components. So, what is the best thing to do in the present situation?
MAKING SUPPORT FUNCTIONS RESILIENT...
Resilience instead of effectiveness. As the economy picks up speed, business models are being reconsidered and organizational principles changed. Efficiency is followed by resilience. Resilient companies remain agile and adapt as well as possible in times of crisis.
LEARNING FROM POOR PROCESS PERFORMANCE, ACCELERATING CORE PROCESSES...
Processes are the nervous system of the business. Especially in these challenging times, their controlling, orienting and guiding function is more important than ever.
PRIORITIZING PRODUCT PORTFOLIO IN ACCORDANCE WITH DEMAND, MINIMIZING COSTS...
The product portfolio reflects the results of years of market analysis and development activities. It is the "figurehead" of the company and direct point of contact with the market and customers. Therefore, the product portfolio should contain and meet the core areas of expertise as well as the needs of the market and customers in the best possible way.
TRACKING CONTACT CHAINS AND IMPLEMENTING DISTANCE CONTROL WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION
TMG Consultants carry their own “SafeZone” solution with them: Our project work is secured on site with the help of the "SafeZone" Device
KEEPING DISTANCE AND GUARANTEEING A SAFE RESTART
Every industrial company is currently faced with the question of how it can get its business processes back on track while at the same time providing optimum protection for its employees while minimizing the risk of infection. At TMG, we guarantee this by using an innovative solution developed by our cooperation partner.