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gIMM · PROCS

Production Traceability · UNFINISHED PRESENTATION
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Julio Consola

on 31 December 2012

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Traceability and error-proof management gIMM PROCS 25 years of automotive success What is PROCS? Objectives To Enable Lean Manufacturing Initiatives Ok, but, how? What are the types of inefficiency in a factory? Typically, those are defined into 7 groups three one three two two one 1. Overproduction
2. Inventory
3. Waiting
4. Motion
5. Transportation
6. Defects
7. Overprocessing 1. Produce sooner, faster or more items than required
2. Materials not having added value to them
3. People or parts waiting for a work cycle
4. Unnecessary movement within a process
5. Unnecessary movement between processes
6. Non right first time, repetitions or corrections
7. Process beyond customer standards Consequences? Overstock, reduced profit for stockholders Overstock, reduced profit for stockholders
Idle parts, increasing obsolescence risk
Idle people, reducing productivity or kaizen initiatives
Extra-operation cost, reducing profit x unit
Extra-transportation cost, adding unnecessary cost to the products
Scrap, more cost and risk of late delivery
Extra cost added, opportunity cost lost (couldn't we be processing something else more necessary? Idle parts, increasing obsolescence risk Idle people, reducing productivity or kaizen initiatives Extra-operation cost, reducing profit x unit Extra-transportation cost, adding unnecessary cost to the products Scrap, more cost and risk of late delivery Extra cost added, opportunity cost lost (couldn't we be processing something else more necessary? How can PROCS help? Main functions PROCS Poka-Yoke Traceability Storage Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Error-free
production &
handling Genealogy
& trace Up to long term
info availability The summary is, less profitability, and eventually getting a customer complaint or penalty Types of muda (inefficiency) Definition:
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