Typical challenges


  • Optimization of processes: implementation of lean and flexible manufacturing processes to increase efficiency, reduce costs and increase productivity with optimal controllability
  • Change management: implementing significant organizational change by creating transparency and implementing effective communication concepts and coaching the organization, including the development of training and development programs
  • Supplier management and procurement channels: ensuring smooth and effective supply chains by streamlining processes, managing supplier risk and implementing quality controls and collaborative partnerships, including implementing Tiger Team activities in the event of supply issues


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Possible fields for consulting


  • Optimization of supplier management including stabilization of the supply chain; streamlining of supplier selection; monitoring of supplier quality; and reduction of costs.
  • Ensuring quality and efficiency through the systemic identification, analysis and management of risks that arise during development and production.
  • Minimize unplanned downtime, reduce maintenance costs and increase efficiency by implementing predictive maintenance based on data analysis and monitoring of assets and processes using sensors.
  • Designing efficient production processes with the help of lean principles and modern production technologies to minimize waste, reduce throughput times and increase quality.


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  • Improving cost structures by optimizing production processes and asset management and implementing lean principles and methods in daily work routines.
  • Inventory management by integrating just-in-time (JIT) and/or just-in-sequence (JIS) methods to ensure efficient production and delivery of components while minimizing storage costs and maximizing delivery reliability.
  • Optimization of the quality management system and associated processes to meet the required quality standards and ensure the reliability and safety of manufactured and delivered components.



  • Increased productivity through efficient organization of work processes, minimization of idle times, improved use of repair and maintenance times and implementation of modern workshop management software.
  • The use of modern diagnostic technologies and tools enables problems to be identified quickly and precisely. In combination with efficient warehouse and spare parts management, this creates the conditions for fast, error-free repairs with low warehousing costs.
  • Implementation of quality management to create customer confidence which lead to long-term customer relationships. Continuous training and further education of employees, regular quality controls and the use of high-quality materials are important success factors.