Situation: The North American facility of a market leader in ship power solutions manufactures propulsion systems for the U.S. Navy’s nuclear submarine program. Due to the size and complexity of the systems, production is limited to a maximum of two systems per year. Component finishing process involves both abrasive blasting and paint and coatings, and only takes up about six weeks of the entire production process. Air make-up is available and material handling is performed by overhead cranes. A fixed . . . Continue reading
Situation: A U.S.-based world leader in providing cosmetic reconditioning services to automotive fleet operations such as rental agencies, lease management companies and automotive auctions was looking to improve its margins. Its services are largely required on an “as needed” rather than an “as scheduled” basis in order to accommodate optimum vehicle availability. Said services are provided on location in either leased permanent facilities or semi-permanent metal enclosures. The c. . . Continue reading
Situation: A North American research and development facility of a U.S. based market-leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems, fabricates prototypes for the purpose of testing and validation. Parts are produced in limited numbers throughout the fabricating shop. The component finishing process involves both hand sanding of composite materials and coatings applications that are required on an intermittent basis and performed “in-place” and without an enclosur. . . Continue reading
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