From transparency to efficiency

Many customers expect the manufacturer to consistently identify and track the manufactured products throughout the supply chain and down to its individual components. In case of defects, possible sources of error must quickly be limited and a targeted recall of products undertaken. Traceability is still seen primarily in terms of risk protection. The systematic collection of process and product data, however, opens up new opportunities. The risk of running production processes with incorrect parameters or not recognising long-term temperature fluctuations in the system is minimised. The information obtained can also be used to optimise the utilisation of production capacity, better calculate material stocks, monitor production parameters and guarantee process safety.

Modern software tools make this desired transparency possible and the complete production process becomes accountable down to the smallest detail. In addition, companies can optimise their processes, from goods receipt to goods issue, and significantly increase production efficiency.

Traceability concepts at Rehm

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