Sometimes it is little adjustments that make the biggest difference, but it is always necessary to take a closer look and understand when processes need to be improved over the long term. Why does the Project Engineering team score so highly here? We have the answer.
When Harald Kosche was asked to produce roller holders, he determined that the customer’s target prices did not match up with the current machining times. “We were simply not fast enough and utilisation of the tools was too high to complete this order cost-effectively,” says Harald Kosche, managing director. The request comprised 160 parts. The order volume and the number of competitors were also equally large. To win the contract, the machining times needed to be reduced urgently. This is only possible with a partner you can rely on, with high quality precision tools in its product range that are available very quickly. This is where the Project Engineering team from CERATIZIT came into its own. Our technical advisors analysed the individual machining strategies and determined how processes could be optimised using the right tool solutions – including a precise cost-per-part calculation.