Performance improvement

We optimize your production processes and can reduce the cost of production.  We offer you an analysis of your company’s current status and concrete improvements your production processes.

Wesconi is focused on project realization and takes part on concrete solutions focused on production optimization in production companies, mainly in automotive and engineering industry. 

Our experts directly take part on the issues in form of Interim management. External Interim manager brings the new point of view and problem solutions.

Results of cooperation

  • Higher quality and costs lowering
  • Effectiveness of planning and products development improvement
  • Greater support and value from suppliers

Detail of the results

Performance improvement area

Higher quality and costs lowering

  • We can increase Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
  • Maximize production with advanced cost calculation
  • We optimize prices of chosen material input material
  • We decrease the sources of waste in processes and the error rate per order

Effectiveness of planning and products development improvement

  • We speed up product flow and improve storage space efficiency
  • We ensure right material quality vs. Quantity needed for production
  • We arrange the access to the newest innovation and technologies
  • We increase customer satisfaction

Greater support and value from suppliers

  • We secure the access to the most convenient local suppliers
  • We support you to build up new business partnerships and their development
  • We extend your competitiveness based on capable and high-quality partners

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