Not only the variety of part numbers, but also the different quantities of one and the same component mixed in are responsible for the different color shades in the area of paints and coatings. By using Complexity Manager, it was possible to quickly generate transparency and identify optimization potential in the value chain.

Objective

Objective

  • Mapping the component diversity of the inks and coatings used to date
  • Deriving optimization potentials for logistics

Approach

Approach

  • Identification of the customer-relevant requirements
  • Import of the various recipes as "parts lists" into the Complexity Manager
  • Derivation of optimization proposals

Results

Results

  • Transparency about the component and quantity variance used
  • Identification of volumes to be stocked for the standard and the components that have to be provided and added for special requests only when the order is placed

Contact

Michael Friedrich
+49 241 51031 0
michael.friedrich@schuh-group.com


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