Production teams prefer bigger batches, the logistics department requires low inventories, customers expect high flexibility, … How to fulfill all requirements? Even if there’s no “best practice” applicable for all companies, SMED method is one of key tools to eliminate down time and speed up the production changes while minimizing impacts on the organization. The training module “SMED in an efficient way” offers theoretical background and many practical examples of SMED implementation to get the maximum result.
Your needs are:
Decrease the machine stop time and increase OEE
Decrease the lead time for the customer
Increase flexibility and reduce stock levels
Satisfy “on time” delivery
Decrease the overall production/warehousing cost
Continuous improvement specialist
SMED as a part of Lean approach
Traditional machine set-up
5 steps of SMED implementation
SMED and production planning
Connection between SMED and TPM
Measurement of SMED method efficiency
SMED continuous improvement process
SMED implementation examples
Duration: 1 day.
In-house module: 890 EUR/day (member), 975 EUR/day (non-member) + travel cost for a group up to 10 participants.
Module in Bratislava: 240 EUR/day (member), 270 EUR/day (non-member).
In case of 2 or more participants from the same plant we offer 10% discount on the second and all other participants. Refreshment and lunch are included in the training price.