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Amerequip Goes Live With OTTO On-Time Orders

Crossroads RMC welcomes Amerequip as our newest client after successfully going live with OTTO, On-Time Orders.

Amerequip, with corporate headquarters in Kiel, Wisconsin, is a leading designer and manufacturer of accessories and attachments for the construction, utility, and industrial equipment, lawn and turf-care equipment, and related products sold in global markets served by their OEM partner customers.

Amerequip’s objective was to improve on time customer order shipments, reduce expediting, and cut down on the time their knowledge workers were spending digging for information. After carefully conducting their due diligence they chose OTTO to address these challenges.

OTTO helps manufacturing plants consistently meet customer commitments by performing predictive analysis to help prevent surprises and allow for early detection and resolution of potential issues. OTTO improves effectiveness of knowledge workers by reducing “data mining” required to answer customer order status questions, and improves the flow of material through the plant, as a result, reduce shortages and improve on-time customer order shipments. OTTO previously won the prestigious APICS Innovation Award of Excellence”.

We are proud to have Amerequip as our client and look forward to being a strategic partner and support their company growth and success.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019/Author: Crossroads RMC/Number of views (320)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Tip of the Week: 3 Essential Tactics to Increase Efficiency on the Manufacturing Floor

From John O'Kelly's article on Manufacturing.net:

"Regardless of industry, efficiency gains and increased speed provide a competitive edge. The ever-increasing competition in the manufacturing world makes it necessary to find new, efficient ways to speed up the process while remaining accurate and productive. While flying robots and miracle technologies may promise to reshape the industry, we still have a way to go until full automation, and thus the most important asset on the manufacturing floor in 2019 will remain its people.

In 2019, the focus will undoubtably be increasing efficiencies, and this can be achieved through investing in employees, equipping them with the proper techniques and tools. An invested labor force will limit mistakes on the manufacturing floor and improve throughput at every level of the process."

Here are a few best practices to increase efficiency on the manufacturing floor in 2019:

  1. Invest in your labor force
  2. Prioritize quality assurance
  3. Improve labeling errors

You can read the full article with detailed descriptions at: https://blog.safe.com/

Optimize Your Manufacturing Today!

Wednesday, January 09, 2019/Author: Crossroads RMC/Number of views (289)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating