Manufacturing

The manufacturing sector is fraught with competition and susceptible to an ever-changing market ecosystem. To remain at the top of the game, manufacturers need ERP systems that can be deployed and maintained off-site, are scalable, flexible, cost-effective and easy to use. This has led to the advent of modern cloud-based ERP systems. Manufacturing is the making of goods by hand or by machine that upon completion the business sells to a customer. Items used in manufacture may be raw materials or component parts of a larger product. The manufacturing usually happens on a large-scale production line of machinery and skilled labor.

Manufacturing is a very simple business; the owner buys the raw material or component parts to manufacture a finished product. To function as a business the manufacturer needs to cover costs, meet demand and make a product to supply the market.

Competitor research & analysis

By not meeting demand, the customer may go elsewhere with a drop in sales for the manufacturer. Quality control is also a big factor in successful manufacturing. The manufacturer will need to keep a close eye on quality of product from beginning to end, with many tests along the way. If mistakes happen, the long-term consequences may be serious.

A manufacturing business may need many parts for the complicated assembly of a quality product or just the few for making a simple good. Keeping production costs to a minimum, having good quality control and excellent sales management are key to reducing the risk in any type of manufacturing.

Business planning & strategy

Our clients are often surprised by the possibilities we present to them; by thinking outside the box we present exciting new ventures:

  • Flexible Manufacturing strategy develop a manufacturing process that's easily customizable to fit ever-changing market solutions.
  • Lean manufacturing strategies, also known as just-in-time manufacturing, aims to make the manufacturing process as efficient as possible by eliminating inventories and streamlining the manufacturing process to reduce wasted labor and materials.
  • Service Based Manufacturing on providing spare parts for goods with a long lifespan, or leasing big-ticket items for a limited term and providing full service to the product during the course of the lease term.
  • A manufacturing strategy should be developed alongside a company's marketing and corporate philosophy, and should cater to the end needs of the distributor.

We are always looking for specific approach to each cases.

Our hard work propel to a speed so fast that has no choice but to ride with a winner.

  • MBOM (Manufacturing bill of materials)
  • MCO (Manufacturing change order)
  • MCR (Manufacturing change request)
  • Manufacturing Deviation
  • MES (Manufacturing execution system)

We can helps you to choose a new direction which utilizes resources.

Specializations

Manufacturing process characterization enables the assessment and improvement of unit manufacturing processes, products, and systems from a sustainability perspective. To develop and implement sustainability-related standards and best practices in industry, naming conventions and definitions of common terms are needed. Presently, many terms used are ill-defined, vague, or overlap in meaning. Although there are ongoing standards efforts related to terminology identification and definition, an identified common set is yet to be developed.

Manufacturing tools of industry magnify the effort of individual workers and give an industrial nation the power to turn raw materials into the affordable, quality goods essential to today’s society. In short, we make modern life possible.

A factory produces goods to stock stores and showrooms. By predicting the market for their goods, the manufacturer will plan production activity in advance.

The producer waits for orders before manufacturing stock. Inventory is easier to control and the owner does not need to rely as much on market demand.

The factory produces component parts in anticipation of orders for assembly. By doing this, the manufacturer is ready to fulfil customer orders but if orders do not materialize, the producer will have a stock of unwanted parts.