What if we have better load control here? Does it make you better use of…
The Set to the surroundings. Check him back up. Set the parking brake. The Lower the fork to the floor. Unbuckle a seat belt. Dismount forklift. The Cut film tail. Tuck truck. Disengage the parking lot of the film in tail. Climb brake. Pick wrapper. And the load And delete it And then repeat
If you’re already at the loading dock, chances are you’re giggling. No, you can take a look. Here are 27 steps… Right. The seat belt will be skipped by the operator, which may be the brake. Once the forklift was put down by him, stretching the wrapping paper through the whole package cycle was what he wanted to see. Two minutes of labor was wasted. If you waste time, it’s very bad. “Help” the wrapper to do its job is what he wants to do. He won’t help with the next load or do something productive.
You need to know that the value of the wrappers is our goal, and we can do a lot of things to accomplish this. For example, we can consider simple features. These features have a lot to do with automation. And the opportunity to make bad choices can be eliminated. Therefore, these simple features must be used rationally because it can bring me great benefits.
As we all know, this is a simple example.
Whether you’re a factory engineer or a company owner or general company. Whether you want to develop this specification for your next wrapper, or you want to invest it carefully in the future. That’s not important. One of your criteria is to build flexibility. You can’t forget that. As we all know, the machines you choose are all guaranteed, and it can also meet the best performance of your changing needs. At the same time, more value can be retained by him. Does that sound good?
Tags: Lean Operations, Operational Efficiency, stretch wrapping